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: Man Alive Special

Equal Before the Law?
Is a fair hearing at law still determined by the thickness of your wallet?

: The Money Programme

Less Taxing for Some?

: The Ascent of Man

Another chance to see this personal view by J. Bronowski 7 : The Majestic Clockwork
Fully illustrated book, available from booksellers, price 14.75

Contributors

Unknown: J. Bronowski

: News Review

A digest of the news of the week plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Richard Baker
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker
Editor: Bill Northwood

: See You Sunday

Reflecting the religious world of a new generation. Presented by Alex Dolphin and Alastair Pirrie
Director BILL NICHOLSON
Producer PETER ARMSTRONG

Contributors

Presented By: Alex Dolphin
Presented By: Alastair Pirrie
Director: Bill Nicholson
Producer: Peter Armstrong

: The World About Us

The Riddle of the Runestone
In 1898 a Swedish-American settler in Minnesota dug up on his farm a large rock which was reported to have inscribed on it a message in Viking runes. There was also a date - 1362. For 75 years argument has raged over whether the runestone is a hoax or not. If genuine, it provides incontrovertible proof that Vikings visited mid-West America at least a century before Columbus.
New evidence in Scandinavia and Minnesota has made possible a reassessment of a riddle which in this film carries viewers from Denmark to Iceland, Greenland and the USA.
Film cameraman HENRY FARRAR Film editor JOHN NASH
Narrated and directed by BRIAN BRANSTON
Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Farrar
Editor: John Nash
Directed By: Brian Branston
Editors: Anthony Isaacs
Editors: Christopher Parsons

: The Wedding of the Year

A chance to see again highlights of the BBC television coverage of the marriage of HRH The Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips including the processions from Buckingham Palace, the Wedding Service in Westminster Abbey, and the appearance of the Bride and Bridegroom with the Royal Family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace.
Scene described by TOM FLEMING
Executive producer and director ANTONY CRAXTON t

Contributors

Unknown: Captain Mark Phillips
Unknown: Tom Fleming
Director: Antony Craxton

: Sporting Scenes

The Cricket Match from England, Their England by A. G. MACDONELL adapted by PETER DRAPER with Hugh Burden as William Hodge and John Moffatt as Bobby Southcott
Macdonell's classic account of what took place when the ' gentlemen ' from London came to play a quiet game of cricket with the villagers of Fordenden.
Village team PETER PIETRUSIEWICZ , ANTHONY MILLER , WILLIAM WINTER, WILFRED HORNE , ALLAN PRIOR and MR BROWN
Narrator FULTON MACKAY
Script editor LOUIS MARKS Designer ANTHONY THORPH Producer INNES LLOYD
Director STEPHEN FREARS

Contributors

Unknown: A. G. MacDonell
Adapted By: Peter Draper
Unknown: Hugh Burden
Unknown: William Hodge
Unknown: John Moffatt
Unknown: Bobby Southcott
Unknown: Peter Pietrusiewicz
Unknown: Anthony Miller
Unknown: Wilfred Horne
Narrator: Mr Brown
Designer: Anthony Thorph
Producer: Innes Lloyd
Director: Stephen Frears
Donald Cameron: Christopher Brown
Davies: Gerald James
William Hodge: Hugh Burden
Rupert Harcourt: John Normington
Bobby Southcott: John Moffatt
Publisher: Roger Hammond
Boone: David Jackson
Major Hawker: Royston Tickner
Pollock: Bruce Boa
Ballistics professor: John Grillo
Charabanc driver: Paul Shane
Vicar: Russell Waters
Village captain: Frank Mills
Pink youth: Brian Pettifer
Livingstone: Robert Mill
Villager: David Battley
Esmeralda: Ann Zelda
Perugia Gaukrodger: Rosalind Knight
Major-General: Alan Lawrance
Sir Ethelred: Edward Underdown
Ms Bason: Peter Childs

: Sherrill Milnes

The celebrated baritone talks to Bernard Levin about his early life working the farmlands of America's mid-West and the career that led him to become part of that jet set of international singers who find themselves in demand in opera houses all over the world. In the programme he is heard in some of his most famous operatic roles.
LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA leader RODNEY FRIEND conducted by JOHN MATHESON with DENNIS WICKS
Sound ADRIAN STOCKS
Lighting KEN MACGREGOR Designer KEN SHARP
Producer PATRICIA FOY

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Levin
Leader: Rodney Friend
Conducted By: John Matheson
Unknown: Dennis Wicks
Unknown: Ken MacGregor
Designer: Ken Sharp
Producer: Patricia Foy

: News on 2

Weather

: Frank Sinatra

01' Blue Eyes is Back
A special concert celebrating Sinatra's return to show business with guest star Gene Kelly and featuring some great standards including ' I've Got You Under My Skin.'
Music arranged and conducted by CORDON JENKINS and DON COSTA Director MARTY PASETTA
Producer HOWARD W. KOCH

Contributors

Unknown: Gene Kelly
Unknown: Don Costa
Director: Marty Pasetta
Producer: Howard W. Koch

: Up Christmas

The end of the series, the end of an era : with John Wells
John Fortune , William Rushton , James Cameron and Clive James
Animation BOB GALE Producer IAN KEILL

Contributors

Unknown: John Wells
Unknown: John Fortune
Unknown: William Rushton
Unknown: James Cameron
Unknown: Clive James
Unknown: Animation Bob Gale
Producer: Ian Keill

: Closedown









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