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: Gharbar

To mark the festive season, the programme starts with a traditional Christian hymn.
RAJNI KAUL explains how to arrange a ' Children's Party', TAJUNISSA HASNAIN talks about
' Home Safety' followed by the story The Donkey, Camel and the Farmer and some more music.
Producer ASHOK RAMPAL
An Asian Unit presentation BBC Birmingham

: Closedown

: Play School

: Closedown

: News on 2

with main points sub-titled for the hard-of-hearing; Weather on 2

: The Getaways

The last of four films Carriage Days
To see a pony and trap on our busy roads is now extremely rare. But more and more people are discovering the horse-drawn delights of a gig or a brougham, a float or a phaeton. The carriage restorers and harness makers, the horse-fair atmosphere of the Reading auctions and rally-driving through the New Forest are all featured in tonight's programme.
Director MALCOLM ADAMS Producer JOHN COLEMAN

Contributors

Director: Malcolm Adams
Producer: John Coleman

: Julian Bream Festival

A Life in the Country
A repeat of the film which won the RAI prize at the 1977 Prix Italia in Venice for its outstanding musical qualities and presentation.
Filmed in his home, Julian Bream plays both the lute and the guitar and with friends and colleagues including John Williams , Robert Tear and Hans Werner Henze performs music ranging from Bach to Rodrigo from Dowland to Django Reinhardt.
Commentary spoken by MICHAEL ALDRIDGE
Film editor HOWARD BILLINGHAM Written and produced by HERBERT CHAPPELL

Contributors

Unknown: Julian Bream
Unknown: John Williams
Unknown: Robert Tear
Unknown: Hans Werner Henze
Unknown: Django Reinhardt.
Spoken By: Michael Aldridge
Editor: Howard Billingham
Produced By: Herbert Chappell

: The Master Game

International Chess Tournament Presented by Jeremy James Pfleger v Larsen
A duel for third place and a prize of E750 between close runners-up BENT LARSEN (Denmark) and DR HELMUT PFLEGER (West Germany). Expert analysis by Leonard Barden
Designer JOHN BONE
Director GEOFF WALMSLEY Producer ROBERT TONER

Contributors

Presented By: Jeremy James
Unknown: Dr Helmut Pfleger
Unknown: Leonard Barden
Designer: John Bone
Director: Geoff Walmsley
Producer: Robert Toner

: Play of the Week

Our Day Out by WILLY RUSSELL
One coach, 30 kids - and their teachers - set out from Liverpool to North Wales. As the volatile mixture erupts, mirth and anarchy prevail while tempers flare. The Adults The Kids and IAN ALLWARD , DEBBIE BUSH
JANET CAVE , MARIA CHAPMAN
MICHAEL CLIFTON , SIMON DRIVER
LORRAINE ELLIS , JOHN EVANS
DAVID FORD , BARRY GILLIBRAND
SHARON GRANT , MIGUEL LATES
GRAHAM LUCAS , MAURICE MCNALLY
DAVID MARTIN , CRAIG MATTHEWS
MALCOLM MEADES , JAYNE NILSON
JOHN PHILLIPS , MICHAEL SPENCER
COLIN UNGI , JUDITH WILLIAMS
KEITH WILLIAMS
Photography JOHN WILLIAMS
Film editor NIGEL PARDOE-MATTHEWS Sound recordist ALEX CHRISTISON Script editor MICHAEL WEARING Producer DAVID ROSE
Director PEDR JAMES. BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Willy Russell
Unknown: Ian Allward
Unknown: Debbie Bush
Unknown: Janet Cave
Unknown: Maria Chapman
Unknown: Michael Clifton
Unknown: Simon Driver
Unknown: Lorraine Ellis
Unknown: John Evans
Unknown: David Ford
Unknown: Barry Gillibrand
Unknown: Sharon Grant
Unknown: Miguel Lates
Unknown: Graham Lucas
Unknown: Maurice McNally
Unknown: David Martin
Unknown: Craig Matthews
Unknown: Malcolm Meades
Unknown: Jayne Nilson
Unknown: John Phillips
Unknown: Michael Spencer
Unknown: Colin Ungi
Unknown: Judith Williams
Unknown: Keith Williams
Unknown: Photography John Williams
Editor: Nigel Pardoe-Matthews
Unknown: Alex Christison
Editor: Michael Wearing
Producer: David Rose
Director: Pedr James.
Mrs Kay: Jean Heywood
Mr Briggs: Alun Armstrong
Susan: Elizabeth Estensen
Colin: Lennox Greaves
Headmaster: Robert Gillespie
Les, lollipop man: George Malpas
Mrs Roberts: Iona Banks
Waitress: Jill Richards
Zoo-keeper: Peter Tilbury
Carol: Julie Jones
Reilly: Stephen Caffrey
Digga: Joe Jennings
Andrews: Phil Johnson
Linda Croxley: Jacqueline Lucas
Karen: Stella Ashes
Ronson: Robert Guy

: Fete des Vignerons

Earlier this year, Vevey, a Swiss town on the shore of Lake Geneva, came down with a Festival fever that seizes it once every generation - the Festival of Wine-growers.'
Dating back to the 17th century, its purpose is to pay homage to the best workers of the vineyards with a specially created folkloristic musical depicting the merry-go-round of the seasons in a vine-grower's year.
Music JEAN BALISSAT Words HENRI DEBLUE
Costumes JEAN MONOD
Direction CHARLES APOTHÉLOZ
Directed for Swiss TV by JEAN BOVON
Presented for television by DON SAYES

Contributors

Music: Jean Balissat
Unknown: Henri Deblue
Unknown: Jean Monod
Unknown: Charles Apothéloz
Unknown: Jean Bovon
Television By: Don Sayes

: Late News on 2

Weather

: The Old Grey Whistle Test

presents
Rod's Christmas Concert 1976
A second chance to see the ROD STEWART GROUP in their concert first transmitted from the stage at Olympia last Christmas Eve. Introduced by Bob Harris
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON

Contributors

Introduced By: Bob Harris
Director: Tom Corcoran
Producer: Michael Appleton








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