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Associate producer JONATHAN KING Production PETER HAMILTON BBC Manchester
by VIVIEN ALCOCK dramatised in four parts by JULIA JONES
1: Kate longs for the return of her sister, kidnapped from her pram many years before. Executive producer PAUL STONE Director MARILYN FOX
from Guildhall, City of London, in the presence of Their Royal Highnesses The Prince and Princess of Wales To celebrate the United
Kingdom Presidency of the EEC, this concert, given before a distinguished audience, brings together music by English, German and Italian composers. It includes BENJAMIN BRITTE 'S song cycle 'Les illuminations sung by Heather Harper , a transcription of a BOCCHERINI chamber piece by LUCIANO BERio and concludes with BEETHOVEN'S Fourth Symphony.
Introduced by Richard Baker BBC Symphony Orchestra leader RODNEY FRIEND conducted by Lothar Zagrosek Trumpeters of the Life Guards Sound VIC GODRICH
Lighting PETER WEBB Directed by RON ISTED Presented by the ROYAL PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY in association with BRITISH OLIVETTI LTD
A simultaneous broadcast with Radio 3. Viewers with stereo Radio 3 may wish to turn of TV sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away.
Stereo headphones provide a statable alternative.
Ireland v Romania
Introduced from Dublin by Nigel Starmer-Smith
After last year's 'Wooden Spoon' in the Five Nations
Championship, the Irish will hope for a much improved performance against the powerful Romanians.
Television presentation by RTE Series producer HUW JONES
with John Noakes of Blue Peter paddlers Must Wear Life-jackets
John enters the toughest canoe race in Ireland, over ten weirs on the swollen River Liffey.
'If your canoe breaks in two,' said organiser LARRY WARD , 'you can swim to the finish.' Film editor PETER MARSH Producer DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester
by E. NESBIT dramatised by DENIS CONSTANDUROS
A boy injured on a paper chase is trapped in the tunnel. Bobbie, Peter and Phyl try to rescue him as the train approaches. The Meeting
Producer CAMPBELL LOGAN Directed by JULIA smith
by LEWIS CARROLL
A film re-creation by JONATHAN MILLER
The first showing for nearly 20 years of Jonathan Miller 's remarkable interpretation of Lewis Carroll 's masterpiece. In its claustrophobic and at times frightening view of Victorian adult society, the film has none of the whimsy so often generated by Alice. Commissioned for the Music and Arts Department it's a film which deserves its status as one of the most original and imaginative dramas of the last 50 years. Cheshire Cat PRIMROSE and MARK ALLINGTON
DAVID BATTLEY , FREDA DOWIE
GEOFFREY DUNN , AVRIL ELGAR
NICHOLAS EVANS , PETER EYRE
JULIAN JEBB , CHARLES LEWSON
Music by ravi SHANKAR with LEON GOOSSENS
Film editor PAM BOSWORTH Directed and produced by JONATHAN MILLER
Queen of Hearts:
King of Hearts:
Introduced by Eamonn Andrews with Leslie Crowther
Peter Glaze , Pip Hinton Jillian Comber Vie Perry
Peter and Gordon and Double or Drop Music by BERT HAYES AND HIS OCTET Designer PETER BRACHACKI Producer JOHNNY DOWNES Double or Drop is devised by EAMONN ANDREWS
Introduced by Cliff Morgan After a career as a presenter, producer and Controller of Programmes,
Sir Huw Wheldon , who died in March, became one of the BBC's most loved and respected managing directors.
Responsible for forming many of the BBC's present programme policies, he instigated such series as Civilisation, Alistair Cooke 's History of America and Bronowski's Ascent of Man.
With an eye for talent, he also gathered around him a band of exceedingly creative programme-makers.
Above all he was a Welshman with a sense of fun and, as he demonstrates in conversation with Frank Gillard ,
Michael Parkinson and Bill Moyers , an unrivalled and gifted raconteur. Film editor DAVID LEE
Producer JENNY CROPPER
Customers and connoisseurs explore the world of Antiques with Max Robertson Resident connoisseur Arthur Negus
Guest connoisseur Roger Warner
Customers Joyce Blair Humphrey Lyttelton Director PAUL SMITH Producer JOHN KING
Adam Faith and John Freeman
'It gets 'em when you look kind of casually soulful and sad, and sing about sorrowful things. Sometimes when I'm singing a song of that sort I cry inwardly.'
'I've become a star through a little black disc with a hole in the middle.'
'Those girls scare the wits out of me ... I got a scar right round my neck where one of 'em caught me.'
'I do get a bit nervous at times. I went to a psychiatrist once. He had a bash at me - couldn't find anything.'
Drawings by FELIKS TOPOLSKI Produced by HUGH BURNETT
Presenting popular records with the opinions of Nina and Frederik, Jill Ireland, David McCallum.
In the chair David Jacobs.
by JOHN GALSWORTHY dramatised by VINCENT TILSLEY
starring Kenneth More , Eric Porter, Nyree Dawn Porter, Susan Hampshire
The First World War has come and gone and the Forsytes' England will never be the same again.
Title music by ERIC COATES Producer DONALD WILSON
Directed by JAMES CELLAN JONES
An opera in three acts and a prologue derived from the poem of GEORGE CRABBE
Music by BENJAMIN BRITTEN Words by MONTAGU SLATER The moving and powerful tragedy of an East Anglian fisherman, whose uncompromising independence leads to disaster.
Scene: The Borough, a small fishing town on the east coast about 1830
Prologue: a Court Room in the Moot Hall
Act 1, Scene 1: The Borough, a few days later
Scene 2: inside The Boar, the same evening
Act 2, Scene 1: The Borough, some weeks later
Scene 2: Grimes's hut
Act 3, Scene 1: The Borough, three days later
Scene 2: the same a few hours later
LEISTON MODERN SCHOOL
AMBROSIAN OPERA CHORUS
LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA leader JOHN GEORGIADIS conducted by Benjamin Britten
A crucial breakthrough in the presentation of opera on TV.... indisputably authoritative
As a document the recording is priceless and beyond criticism
Staged by JOAN CROSS
Costumes JUANITA WATERSON Director BRIAN LARGE
Producer JOHN CULSHAW
Recorded at The Maltings, Snape
Boy (John), his apprentice:
Captain Balstrode, retired merchant skipper:
Auntie, landlady of The Boar:
Main attractions of The Boar: First niece:
Bob Bowles, fisherman and methodist:
Swallow, a lawyer:
The Rev Horace Adams:
Ned Keene, apothecary and quack:
This was the last TW3, as it became known. It lasted two years only. It opened new areas and styles in television satire. It made David Frost internationally famous and created a television legend. David Frost with Millicent Martin
Kenneth Cope , David Kernan Roy Kinnear , Bernard Levin Al Mancini , Lance Percival William Rushton
Musical numbers staged by DAVID HARDING
Designer MICHAEL YOUNG Producer NED SHERRIN
presenting one of the world's greatest jazz singers accompanied by the Johnnie Spence Orchestra and the Tommy Flanagan Trio
Musical arrangements by BUDDY BREGMAN , MAX HARRIS
OLIVER NELSON , MARTY PAICH
NELSON RIDDLE , ALAN ROPER Designer MELVYN CORNISH
Production TERRY HENEBERY