Digging Up the Future
Could we change the course of some diseases? Or reclaim moor-lands for agriculture? What's happening to the sea-level? New methods of studying the long-dead past can advise-and warn us-about the future.
Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Quite remarkable (SUNDAY TIMES) Editor BRUCE NORMAN
Producer ROBIN BOOTLE
with Richard Whitmore
Editor BILL NORTHWOOD
7: Who do they say I am? Storyteller RAY SMITH
Music RAYMOND PREMRU
Adapted for television and produced by MOLLY cox
The final film in the series. Jim, 36, is a rubbishman who believes quite simply God is love and that's enough for him to believe.
A WGBH, Boston, production
Narrated by David Attenborough One of the largest and most spectacular flying birds in the world is the Andean condor.
For two years an American biologist Jerry McGahan and his wife Libby travelled throughout the most inhospitable parts of Peru and Colombia to film this giant bird - and its spiritual but often hazardous relationship with the people of the Andes.
Filmed by JERRY MCCAHAN
Presented by MICHAEL SALISBURY
Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS (Bristol)
from London's Talk of the Town Introduced by Kenneth Williams starring
From Japan Itojo Kumano From The Ukraine
The Tschaika Cossacks
From France Michel and Renata From India Bablu Mallik
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Script KENNETH WILLIAMS. PETER ROBINSON Designer STEVE BROWNSEY Producer ERNEST MAXIN
The second part of a film celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of Arnold Schoenberg presented by Alexander Goehr
2: In Defence o/ Culture, 1914-51 with the BBC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader BELA DEKANY conductor
Pierre Boulez LONDONSINFONIETTA conducted by David Atherton with Gerald English (speaker) DELME STRING QUARTET Michel Beroff (piano)
The words of Schoenberg spoken by ALFRED BURKE Narrator LYNDON BROOK
Film editor PETER WEST Director BARRIE GAVIN
A co-production of BBCtv and RM Productions (Munich)
BBC Music Guide, Schoenberg Chamber Music, 45p, from bookshops
The story of George Sand by HARRY w. JUNKIN in seven parts starring Rosemary Harris also starring Joyce Redman
Lewis Fiander , Cathleen Nesbitt 1: Misalliance
Aurore Dupin , who later became known as George Sand , was one of the most successful French novelists of the 19th century.
Incidental music composed by ANTHONY ISAAC. Designer DON HOMFRAY Producer PIETER ROGERS Director WARIS HUSSEIN
Aurore - George Sand:
Madame Dupin de Francueil:
Sophie Dupin de Francueil:
Stephane de Grandsagne:
Maurice (aged 5):
Maurice (aged 9):
Solange (aged 3):
A series made specially for audiences in the BBC Regions and now seen countrywide.
Tonight: The Rock of Fergus (BBC Northern Ireland)
Throughout the year tourists and holidaymakers throng the ramparts of Carrickfergus Castle. Built in 1180 by John de Courcy , the castle, during its turbulent history, has attracted others who have left more permanent records of their visit.
Narrator Michael Duffy Also taking part
Deirdre O'Callaghan , The Robert Armstrong Memorial Pipe Band and The Pattersons
Producer GEORGE HEWARDIN. Director MATT CARBUTH
People Make Television
Wapping Parents' Action Group
'We don'want E65,000 houses - we want our landings cleaned. We don'want marinas - we want playgrounds for our kids. We don'need multi-storey car parks -we want a decent bus service.'