The best of the week's newsfilm from all over the world, together with other subjects of interest. For the deaf and hard of hearing a commentary appears visually Presenter ROBERT DOUGALL
Producer BILL NORTHWOOD and Weather
A series of programmes of lunacy and laughter starring, as your hosts,
Dan Rowan and Dick Martin This week's star guest Phyllis Diller and featuring
ARTE JOHNSON , RUTH BUZZI
HENRY GIBSON , GOLDIE HAWN ALAN SUES, JO ANNE WORLEY
TERESA GRAVES , PAMELA RODGERS JEREMY LLOYD , BYRON GILLIAM and GARY OWENS
A Schlatter/Friendly production for NBC
Narrated by Kenneth Allsop
A resort for migrant humans - a staging post for migrating birds. The biggest of the Balearic Islands can attract two kinds of people: those who fly in for sun and fun, and others who look for the quiet life that is still the traditional Majorca - fruitful land in a southern sea.
Today there are falcons round the cliffs, vultures wheeling in the mountains, and ospreys fishing in the lakes. But with the rapid growth of urban development cramping Majorca's rich wildlife - what of tomorrow?
Photographed and directed by ROBIN CRANE
Executive producer CHRISTOPHER PARSONS (from BBC South and West)
Vladimir Ashkenazy plays Beethoven
Piano Concerto No 4, in G with the LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader JOHN GEORGIADIS
Conducted by Andre Previn
The concert begins with Berlioz
Overture : Beatrice and Benedict
Part of a public concert recorded from the Royal Festival Hall Introduced by JOHN WARRACK
Directed by BRIAN large
with Robert Erskine
Muffled Relic: At the heart of an ancient cenotaph, the hollow stone ball contains some touching mementoes of Eastern piety.
Directed by PHILLIP PRIDE
Presented by BETTY WHITE
by THOMAS HARDY : dramatised in four parts by HARRY GREEN
Grace's family and friends await her return from boarding school. Part 1: Giles
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Lighting DENNIS CHANNON Designer RICHARD WILMOT Producer MARTIN LISEMORE Directed by JOHN DAVIES
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Forty-four years ago, some miners went to prison for wrecking a train. There were many acts of sabotage during the General Strike, but this was one that came within inches of disaster. Most people saw it as an act of irresponsible lunacy, but the miners still think they were justified.
As one of them says: '...we had to do something similar to what we did do, for to let the people see what we were getting. I would say we were slaves, we were getting starvation wages.'
Introduced by TONY BILBOW With PHILIP JENKINSON and NIGEL REES
Production BARRY BROWN Editor ROWAN AYERS