Story: The Silver Christmas Tree written and illustrated by PAT HUTCHINS
Presenters this week
Chloe Ashcroft , Derek Griffiths
A duel of words and wit between Patrick Campbell , Pauline Collins Antony Hopkins and Frank Muir
The Marchioness of Tavistock Edward Fox
Referee Robert Robinson
Devised bv MARK GOODSON, BILL TODMAN Director MICHAEL GOODWIN Producer JOHNNY DOWNES
with Anthony Smith Okefenokee Swamp
This is a wilderness with a difference - an ' instant' wild experience for people in their thousands to enjoy alligators and deer in the watery beauty of a cypress swamp. Okefenokee seems to confirm the need to preserve wild places for people to wonder at, escape into, get lost in. But can a wilderness filled by visitors remain a true wilderness?
Producer PETER BALE (Bristol)
starring Spike Milligan with JOHN BLUTHAL , JULIAN CHAGRIN FANNY CARBY , CARMEL CRYAN
CAROL CLEVELAND, CHRIS LANGHAM RITA WEBB , NEIL SHAND
JOHNNY VYVYAN , JULIA BRECK
Musical numbers from ED WELCH and the Pop Art String Quartet
Script SPIKE MILLIGAN and NEIL SHAND Additional material CHRIS LANGHAM and TERENCE MAZWEKE Designer PAUL MUNTING Director RAY BUTT
Producer SYDNEY LOTTERBY
How on Earth Did They Do That? How did King Kong strip Fay Wray ? How did the tornado carry Dorothy's house to the land of Oz? This programme shows how the cinema has depended on special effects since the very first films, and is a tribute to the skill and ingenuity that makes directors' dreams come true.
Narrator RICHARD BAKER
Editor PETER GOODCHILD
Producer MICHAEL ANDREWS
A play by JOHN KING starring
Alfred Lynch and Angela Scoular The story of a young and unmarried pregnant girl, who comes home for Christmas, and of her developing relationship with a young man she meets.
Film cameraman BERNARD HEDGES Sound recordist LYNDON BIRD Film editor CHARLES AI.DRIDGE
Director JOHN KING (Bristol)
Police Constable No 1:
Police Constable No 2:
1: The Nativity
What are the true facts of the first Christmas?
With expert help from two biblical scholars, Dr Geza Vermes and Professor Christopher Evans , critical analysis is brought to bear on the well-loved ingredients of the familiar story: the Magi, the Shepherds, the Star, the wicked King Herod, and the Virgin Birth.
Film editor MARTIN CHARLES Producer ROGER MILLS Director JOHN PURDIE
Introduced by Moray Watson
From the Chapel Royal of King Henry VIII 's Regal Palace of Hampton Court the Gentlemen and Children sing a programme of music for the festive season.
Organist and choirmaster GORDON REYNOLDS
Christmas reading by The Chaplain, REV FELIX BOYCE , MA Written by MICHAEL KERR
Lighting BERT OATEN Sound VIC GODRICH
Producer KEN GRIFFIN
GABRIEL WOOLF reads The Christmas Tree by C. DAY LEWIS