John Craven follows the fortunes of a group of children as they prepare for a sporting event.
The Pirbright Branch of the Pony Club hold Horse Trials
Producer DAVID TURNBULL
A special programme marking the Golden Jubilee of Wembley. Narrator Frank Bough
Written and produced by LESLIE KETTLEY t
In February 1972 the Winter Olympic Games were held for the first time in Asia, and the world's finest athletes on snow and ice gathered in the Hokkaido district of Japan.
This Japanese film is not a documentary record of the Games but rather an impression of the 11 days of spectacle - the triumphs and the disappointments, the thrills and the spills, and above all the grace of the athletes.
Director MASAHIRO SHINODA
from Kempton Park
1.15 Egham Novices' Hurdle Race, Div 1 (21 miles and 90 yds)
1.45 Christmas Steeplechase (Handicap) (2 miles)
2.20 Kempton Park Handicap Hurdle Race (3 miles)
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN and JOHN HANMER
Reporter JULIAN WILSON from Leopardstown
2.5 The Irish Sweeps Hurdle
Champion hurdler Comedy of Errors clashes with last year's sweeps hurdle winner Captain Christie in Ireland's most valuable hurdle event, worth more than £11,000 to the winner.
Commentator MICHAEL O'HEHIR
Kempton Park: FRED VINER
Leopardstown: IRISH TELEVISION SERVICE
Last summer Jimmy Young moved from bouncing Radio 1 to the more staid Radio 2.
For six years millions of housewives had tuned in to be cheered up by Jim. Moving to a lunchtime slot on Radio 2 was a risk - would his fans come too?
Film editors TONY WOOLLARD , JOHN LEE Producer MICHAEL DARLOW
Narrated by Peter Scott
In the Antarctic spring 30,000 Adelie penguins return to Cape Crozier for the breeding season.
This is the dramatic story of these birds and the hazards they face.
Filmed and produced by DR WILLIAM SLADEN in association with CBS News (from Bristol: first shown on BBC2 in The World About Us series)
Written by Robert Sloman
A complete adventure in one programme starring Jon Pertwee as Dr. Who
Deep in an abandoned coalmine the Doctor faces the hideous result of industrial pollution. Now you can see once more the whole story of the terrible threat of the giant maggots.
The Radio Times Dr Who Special - 68, full colour, action-packed pages - is on sale now, price 30p from booksellers
Incidental music by:
Brigadier Lethbridge Stewart:
Minister of Ecology:
with Richard Baker
Weatherman BERT FOORD
Ten Years of Pop Music, 1964-74
Jimmy Savile looks back over the last ten years of Top of the Pops and introduces artists on film and in the studio.
Orchestra directed by JOHNNY PEARSON
Pan's People choreography FLICK COLBY Sound RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN Lighting RITCHIE RICHARDSON Designer STEVE BROWNSEY Director BRUCE MILLIARD Producer ROBIN NASH
Chaplin's brilliant comedy - regarded by many as his masterpiece - about Man versus the Machine, with Charlie at work on a factory production line.
Written, produced and directed by CHARLES CHAPLIN
Holiday Films: pages 17-18
A Cafe Proprietor:
Introduced by Magnus Magnusson The Final for the title of 'Mastermind of the United Kingdom'
Director MARTIN L. BELL Producer BILL WRIGHT
Book 35p: see page 114
Written by RAYMOND ALLEN starring with The great day has at last arrived and Son (or Daughter) Spencer is about to appear on the scene ...
Costumes LISA BENJAMIN Make-up JAN HARRISON Sound JOHN LLOYD
Designer KEN STARKEY
(Richard Caldicot is in ' No Sex Please ...' at the Strand Theatre, London)
Sir John Gifford:
Great music-makers of the jazz age in one unique programme Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Benny Goodman, Gene Krupa, Lionel Hampton, Teddy Wilson, The Dave Brubeck Quartet, Joe Williams, Bobby Hackett, Doc Severinsen, Dizzie Gillespie
With their kind of music including 'Avalon'; 'Lady Be Good'; 'Take Five': 'Jumpin' at the Woodside'; 'Ding Dong Daddy'; 'Alright, Okay, You Win'; 'Blueberry Hill'; 'Basin Street Blues'; 'Mack The Knife.'
Recorded in 1972 at the New York Lincoln Center Philharmonic Hall.
with Richard Baker ; Weather
by ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
starring Jack Palance with Denholm Elliott Billie Whitelaw
'If this potion of yours did work, if it did split the dual nature of man down the middle, might it not produce a creature who embodied all that is evil in man unchecked by all that is good - in short, a monster?'
This television version of Robert Louis Stevenson 's famous story stars Hollywood actor Jack Palance as the doctor whose experiments on himself result in a terrifying and tragic change of personality.
Director CHARLES JARROTT
A DAN CURTlS/CBC co-production
Sir John Turnbull: