Young Film Makers 1972
The prize for MICHAEL CHAPPELL , STEPHEN YOUNG, CHRISTOPHER JONES and STEPHEN DRURY , winners of last year's Search Film Competition, was the use of a BBC film crew. You can see the results as John Craven talks to them.
Producer DAVID TURNBULL (from Bristol) ‡
with BOB LANGLEY and Weatherman BERT FOORD
Introduced by Tony Soper
9: The Problems and Advantages of Flying. Dr George Whitfield and Cherrie Bramwell look at the design of Pterodactyls.
Director GEORGE INGER
Producer JOHN SPARKS (from Bristol) Book £2.30: see page 66
Una O'Callaghan (mezzo-soprano) talks to HAVELOCK NELSON and sings some of the music she likes. with NORMAN WATSON (guitar)
Introduced by EDWARD MCCOMBE
Designer JOHN ARMSTRONG
Producer MARGARET TUDOR EVANS
JIM, ANGELA, NORMAN and MONICA live and work in Northern Ireland. They have a common interest in sport, and have represented their country at international level. They are also physically handicapped. Reporter NICK ROSS
Producer GEORGE HEWARDINE
with members of the Cotswold Sand and Land Yachting Club
Director CHRIS MENAUL
Written and illustrated by Spike Milligan
With Spike Milligan
When Tim and Rose set out to find their lost cow, they meet the most extraordinary people.
(Next week: "Stories from the Far East" and "Arlo the Dandy Lion")
The Grumbleweeds invite you to ' Drop in the Coal Hole' for a lighthearted party with songs, jokes, and impressions. This week's special guests Ken Goodwin , The Barcias
Script GARRY CHAMBERS
Accompanist HARRY HAYWARD Designer PETER MAVIUS
Producer TONY HARRISON (Manchester)
A series of ' on the spot' reports of highlights in American history. Ordeal of a President
A copy of the German secret code is the clue to the mystery of a President's silence.
Reporter WALTER CRONKITE
Produced by CBS News
with Richard Whitmore ; Weather
News and views in your region (including Regional Weather) Presented by MICHAEL BARRATT FRANK BOUGH and BOB WELLINGS
Trooping the Colour
Tomorrow 1,500 men and musicians of the Queen's Household Regiments will parade in honour of Her Majesty's Official Birthday to troop the Colour.
Tonight TOM FLEMING looks at the ceremonial duties of the Queen's Guards in London, and previews tomorrow's Parade - the most spectacular military pageant of the year.
Producer PHILIP S. GILBERT
Introduced by Kenny Everett TOP OF THE POPS ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON PAN'S PEOPLE
Choreography rucK COLBY SoundRICHARD CHAMBERLAIN Producer JOHNNIE STEWART
Captain Kirk usually has sound reasons for his actions but never more so than when the high-pitched insect hum, which he had previously noticed on the distressed planet of Scalos, pervades the Enterprise.
The 1973 inter-town fun and games competition for the RADIO TIMES Trophy North Berwick v Peebles
The winner will represent Great Britain in the third heat of the Eurovision Competition to be held in Chartres, France, on 10 August.
Introduced from North Berwick by EDDIE WARING and STUART HALL
Tonight's contender for the RADio TIMES Knockout Personality girl title: Gay Spink from Halifax.
Referee ARTHUR ELLIS
Designer STUART FURBER Director BILL TAYLOR
Producer BARNEY COLEHAN (Manchester)
with Richard Baker and Richard Whitmore ; Weather
A new thriller in five parts by DOUGLAS HURD , ANDREW OSMOND
Dramatised by JAMES MACTAGGART starring Bill Simpson as MacNair and Maria Aitken as Sukey
John Cairney as John Mackie Peter Cellier as Hart Cyril Luckham as Lord Thorganby Anthony Nicholls as Harvey Maurice Roeves as Brodie Mackie has given Henderson's confidential letter to Lord Thorganby at the Conservative Party Conference. At the peak of the political outcry, Scullard is found drowned at Blackpool Pier. Phase 4
Designer DAVID MCKENZIE
Producer PHARIC MACLAREN
Director BOB HIRD (BBC Scotland)
Lord Thorganby Anthony
with Robin Day
Another in the current Talk-In series in which prominent and interesting people from all walks of life get a chance to talk about themselves and their opinions.
Producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON Editor GORDON WATTS
The Gang's All Here starring Alice Faye
Carmen Miranda , James Ellison with Eugene Pallette Charlotte Greenwood
Edward Everett Horton
Kaleidoscopic shots of rotating, gyrating girls - the speciality of Busby Berkeley in the 30s - set to the music of Benny Goodman. The plot centres around GI Andy Mason (James Ellison ) off to war in the morning. But his final fling takes him to a cabaret where, under a false name, he sees and falls in love with Eadie (Alice Faye ).
Director BUSBY BERKELEY
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