Story: The Christmas Story Presenters
MIRANDA CONNELL , RICK JONES
Dustin Hoffman narrates this cartoon with music about a land where everything and everyone is pointed - except little Oblio, a boy who is always pointed at.
Songs written and sung by HARRY NILSSON
Another chance to see this highly-praised documentary, entered for the 1973 Monte Carlo International TV Festival.
: From 1936 to 1946 the well-known author Henry Williamson farmed in Norfolk by using traditional and old-established methods. In this film he revisits his old farm and gives his personal account about the effects of modern farming methods on the countryside.
Producer DAVID COBHAM (from Bristol)
The World of Jane Phillips
Dragons, princes, giants and wizards, elephants, piglets, butterflies and giraffes - they all live together in a converted warehouse in Cardiff and belong to someone who, because of her dedication to an ideal, has created a professional puppet theatre in her native Wales. The world of JANE PHILLIPS is the world of the ' Caricature Theatre ' and her story is the story of an obsession.
Executive producer JENNIFER JEREMY Producer GERAINT STANLEY JONES BBC Wales
There was ... an Englishman - Tony Jacklin a Mexican - Lee Trevino and a South African - Gary Player three of 1972's top professional golf personalities.
With HENRY LONGHURST , PETER ALLISSand MARK MCCORMACK , they discuss the highlights of an incredible season, current trends, humour and future of their own fascinating game.
Producer ALAN MOUNCER
The Queen speaks to the Commonwealth
by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
LAURENCE OLIVIER 'S famous film
Art director PAUL SHERIFF
Costume designer ROGER FURSE Music by WILLIAM WALTON
Producer and director LAURENCE OLIVIER (Christmas films: pages 17-19)
King Henry V:
Constable of France:
Montjoy, a French Herald:
King Charles VI of France:
Duke of Berri, French Ambassador:
Duke of Burgundy:
Duke of Bourbon:
Gower, Captain in English Army:
Jamy, Captain in English Camp:
MacMorris, Captain in English Army:
Archbishop of Canterbury:
Duke of Exeter:
Duke of Ely:
Williams, soldier in English camp:
Sir John Falstaff:
A duel of words and wit between Frank Muir
Jean Marsh , Miles Kington and Patrick Campbell Anne Stallybrass
Douglas Fairbanks Jr
Referee Robert Robinson
Call My Bluff devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN Director PEGGY WALKER
Producer JOHNNY DOWNNES (from Manchester)
A musical evocation of the familiar story of the Holy Family's flight into Egypt.
' I hear on all sides that your oratorio is a perfect bouquet of sweet flowers of melody and a masterpiece of simplicity.'
(HEINE to BERLIOZ)
Part 1 The Dream of Herod
Part 2 The Flight into Egypt Part 3 The Arrival at Sais
Sung in Lincoln Cathedral in a dramatised English version by PAUL ENGLAND to mark the 900th Anniversary of Lincoln's founding.
CHOIR OF KING'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA leader RODNEY FRIEND conducted by David Willcocks
Costumes designed by PAT FISHER
Make-up SHIRLEY CHANNING-WILLIAM S Sound GRAHAM HAINES Lighting BRYAN WJLKES
Designer DAVID WYERSCOUGH-JONES Producer BRIAN LARGE
by DAVID ROOK and JOHN KING with Peter Arne
A black arab stallion escapes on Dartmoor and ' runs wild.' It steals mares from a pony trader who lives there. The story tells, without words, of the man's efforts to capture it.
Roundup Rider PAUL DOUGLAS The Stallion MORFAX
Film editor CHARLES ALDRIDGE Film cameramen
EWART NEEDHAM and BERNARD HEDGES Director JOHN KING (from Bristol)
A film from French Television of a romantic ballet first performed at the Paris Opera 140 years ago. The story is set in the Scottish Highlands: La Sylphide, a spirit of the air, falls in love with a human boy.
'La Sylphide'.GHISLAINE THESMAR
Music by JEAN SCHNEITZHOFFER played by the ORCHESTRE ORTF DE LILLE conductor MAURICE SUZAN
Adaptation and choreography PIERRE LACOTTE after PHILIPPE TAGLIONI
Scenery MARIE-CLAIRE MUSSON Costumes MICHEL FRESNAY after CICERI and LAMY
Producer YVES ANDRÉ HUBERT (An ORTF production)
by Nigel Kneale
starring Michael Bryant and Jane Asher
with lain Cuthbertson, Michael Bates and Reginald Marsh
Eddie: Analyse a spook?
Brock: They once had a go at it with bell, book and candle. Well we are better equipped. Everything we get, Jill's going to programme on the computer.
Music and Special Sound:
Desmond Briscoe, BBC Radiophonic
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A Personal History of the United States in 13 parts written and narrated by Alistair Cooke 7: A Ftrebelt in the Night
in a special edition of The Dick Cavett Show
Fred Astaire recalls a long and uniquely successful career in conversation with DICK CAVETT. With all the old ease and charm he sings again some of his greatest hits including ' Lady Be Good,' ' Cheek to Cheek ' and ' Top Hat, White Tie and Tails ' - and shows he can still make dancing look the easiest thing in the world.
An ABC production