with Maggie Henderson and Fred Harris : play words with Bubble, Humbug and the Spoons.
Music by PETER GOSLING
Devised and produced by MICHAEL COLE Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
A comedy adventure series.
Director HARRY BOOTH
Producer ROY SIMPSON
The story of Jesus told in pictures 1: The Chosen One
Storyteller RAY SMITH
Designers PAUL HIRKBECK, GRAHAM MCCALLUM MUSiC RAYMOND FREMRU
Adapted for TV/produced by MOLLY cox
Jean Simmons , Stewart Granger Charles Laughton , Deborah Kerr
Young Bess , Anne Boleyn 's daughter, falls in and out of favour according to the whims of Henry VIII's current wife.
Director GEORGE SIDNEY
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Introduced by Frank Bough
1.5; 1.50; 3.0; 4.30* International Show Jumping from Hickstead
W. D. & H. 0. Wills Grand Prix for the Bristol Trophy
The world's leading riders compete in the major event of the Easter meeting for a first prize of Â£500.
Commentator RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
1.35; 2.10; 2.50* Racing from Kempton
1.45 Masaka Stakes (7 furlongs)
2.20 The Queen's Prize (Handicap) (2 miles)
2.55 Elizabethan Hotel Easter Handicap (1 mile, 3 furlongs)
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN and CLIVE GRAHAM
Reporter JULIAN WILSON
2.25; 3.0; 4.30* Swimming from Leeds: The Coca-Cola International
The second day of this international gala bringing together the top swimmers from Europe, Australia and Canada.
Commentators ALAN WEEKS and HAMILTON BLAND
from the Bracknell Sports Centre: Bracknell v Deeside for the BBC Sportstown Trophy
A novel and exciting competition which pits the skills of two teams of men and women, from the sports centres of Bracknell and Deeside, over a wide variety of sports. The competitors range from club enthusiasts to the highest international level, and the sports they take part in include basketball, archery, darts, indoor hockey, target golf, roller skating, badminton and tug-of-war.
For Bracknell: Henry Cooper For Deeside: Mike England
Commentators DAVID VINE and RON PICKERING
4.45* Final Score including a recording of today's Irish Grand National from Fairyhouse
1.5 Show Jumping: 1.35 Racing
1.50 Show Jumping; 2.10 Racing
2.25 Swimming; 2.50 Racing
3.0 Swimming/Show Jumping
4.30 Swimming/Show Jumping
4.45 Final Score
Timings are subject to alteration.
Show Jumping DAVID KENNING Racing DENNIS MONGER Swimming FRED VINER
Sportstown DAVID KENNING
Grandstand producer BRIAN VENKER Grandstand editor ALAN HART
Comedy, adventure, cartoons
with Richard Whitmore Weatherman
(London and South East only: Today's Sport Colour)
Introduced by Graham Hill from Brands Hatch
Films include Song of the South, One Little Indian, One Hundred and One Dalmatians, That Darn' Cat, Run Cougar Run, Robin Hood, Superdad, Dumbo, Three
Caballeros, The Absent Minded Professor, Herbie Rides Again
Films by courtesy of WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS
Presented by richard EVANS Graham Hill's Choice: page 5
Artists from Germany, Mexico, France, Hungary and Great Britain gather beneath the Big Top to present a special Easter presentation from the sawdust ring
Yasmine Smart introduces
Les Collins on the high wire
The Bochskay on the unicycles
Billy Dash 's Chimps almost human
Jacko Fossett and company clown chaos
Jean Lemoine a special way with the crockery
The Rodriguez high bar spins and somersaults
Leigh Marsh and her dogs
YASMINE SMART presents four heavyweight members of the circus
The Faludis a brilliant act of precision and balance
Circus nroducetf hv
RONNIE, DAVID AND BILLY SMART Musical director KEN GRIFFIN
Television presentation by I4N smith The Dash Chimps: page 5
A special Bank Holiday presentation of the celebrated animated feature film starring
The Beatles and Sergeant Pepper and his Lonely Hearts Club Band
Once upon a time in the happy Kingdom of Pepperland the citizens are enjoying a concert by Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band when they are suddenly attacked by the Blue Meanies who are determined to rid the world of music and happiness.
In this dazzling animated fantasy The Beatles set off in their yellow submarine to save Pepperland. with the voices of JOHN CLIVE , GEOFFREY HUGHES PAUL ANGELUS, DICK EMERY and LANCE PERCIVAL
Director GEORGE DUNNING
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with Richard Whitmore Weather
A special programme in which Tom visits the beautiful island of Barbados and returns home for a concert performance. featuring
MARJORIE WALLACE Miss World 1973
Musical director JOHNNIE SPENCE Vocal backing THE BLOSSOMS Lighting DICKIE HIGHAM Sound HUGH BARKER
Designer BERNARD LLOYD-JONES Producer COLIN CHARMAN
Wish You Were Here
A story of the Seaside and the story of a Seaside Show by ALAN PLATER
A light-hearted look at the Englishman by the Sea with the stars of British Music Hall ... Elsie and Doris Waters Sandy Powell Nat Jackley
Bob and Alf Pearson Barbara Sumner
A musical excursion which starts in 1626 when Mrs Farrow accidentally put Scarborough on the map and ends in 1936 with Billy Butlin who opened our first Holiday Camp.
Music arranged and played by DENNIS WILSON
Photography by PETER SARGENT Film editor JESSE PALMER
Executive producer MIKE WOOLLER Producer GEOFFREY BAINES
This film tells the dramatic true story of a manhunt which took place between the spring of 1931 and 17 February 1932 in the frozen Far North of Canada.
The Royal Canadian Mounties, using nine dog teams and, for the first time in history, two-way radio and an aeroplane, armed with guns and dynamite, took 54 days to track the man down. To this day no one knows who the man was: they called him the Mad Trapper.
Written by ANTHONY PENIKBTT
Music composed and played by LARRY ADLER
Producer DAVID COBBAM
The Mad Trapper: