Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director ASHOK RAMPAL (Birmingham)
Introduced by DAVID RICHARDSON Ponies, Partridges and Possibilities: some true, and not so true stories about farm animals.
Producer JOHN KENYON (Birmingham)
A Christmas film made in one of the Midlands' most beautiful Cathedrals. Carols, old and new, sung by THE CHOIR OF WORCESTER CATHEDRAL; seasonal readings of poetry and prose; nostalgic pictures of City and Church. Master of the Choristers
Assistant organist HARRY BRAMMA
Producer EDMUND MARSHALL
Clifton Cathedral, Bristol
Chief Celebrant and Preacher
BISHOP ALEXANDER, Vicar Capitular
Director of Music
CHRISTOPHER WALKER Organist JOHN BRYAN Introduced by CANON PETER FIRTH
Hark the glad sound!
Come thou long-expected Jesus
Mass sung to the setting Festive Mass by HARVEY DICKSON
Television presentation by JOHN DOBSON
The European Aerobatic Championships.
At a French airbase on the Atlantic coast, pilots from eight countries in East and West Europe battle for flying's premier award for skill and daring. The prize is the Biancotto Trophy given in memory of Leon Biancotto, the French ace killed in 1960.
A FilmFair production
For the third year running, this unique pre-Christmas show has brought the world's best show jumpers back to the Grand Hall, competing for a total prize money of Â£15,000.
This afternoon's programme features highlights of the final and richest class of the Championships, The Dunhill Victor Ludorum
Introduced by David Vine
With Maggie Henderson and Fred Harris
New cartoon adventures starring the voices of Lorelei Signal
With the captain and male crew members helpless, Lt Uhura takes command of the Enterprise!
Captain James Kirk:
A film starring
Gregory Peck , Virginia Mayo with Robert Beatty
James Robertson Justice Denis O'Dea
The exploits of C. S. Forester's famous naval hero during the Napoleonic wars. from the novel by C. S. FORESTER
Producer and director RAOUL WALSH Holiday Films: pages 17 and 18
2nd Lt Gerard:
A special edition for Christmas Introduced by Roy North
With LEN LOWE , CAREY WILSON PETER O'DELL , MARK BROWN
RAYMOND COOKE , RICHARD DAY-LEWIS BOB HUNTER , JANE MARLOW
LEILA HART , MICHELLE SCOTT and special guest Ronald Emblen
Script GEORGE MARTIN
Music THE BERT HAYES ORCHESTRA Designer PAMELA LAMBOOY Director BRIAN PENDERS Producer ROBIN NASH
(Basil Brush and Roy North are appearing in 'Jack and the Beanstalk' at the Empire Theatre, Sunderland)
Starring Pete Duel as Smith and Ben Murphy as Jones
with guest stars J.D. Cannon, Andy Devine, Wally Cox and Sheree North.
Matt, a not-too-successful prospector, suddenly strikes it rich. With the help of his wife and son, he captures Smith and Jones and the price on their heads is far more rewarding than digging for gold...
(First shown on BBC2)
by CHARLES DICKENS
Dramatised in six parts by HUGH WHITEMORE : part 4
David, articled to a law firm, has fallen in love with Dora, his employer's daughter. Steerforth has been introduced to the Peggotty family by David and has repaid him by running off with Em'ly.
Sound DEREK MILLER-TIMMINS Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Designer PAUL JOEL
Producer JOHN MORAE Director JOAN CRAFT
(Patience Collier is an Associate Artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company)
Three weeks in the life of a Dorset village as it prepares for Christmas.
3: I'll Have a Bash at Gaspar.... in which Sir Arthur is given a snowman, in which the Vicar arrives too late to polish the church floor, in which Mrs Cock lin decides she never wants to see another prawn-cocktail as long as she lives, and in which the church fills up and carols are sung.
Film cameraman JOHN MCGLASHAN Sound recordist DICK MANTON Film editor SHELAGH BRADY Producer JONATHAN STEDALL
for Choir and Audience
Selections from this year's programme in the Royal Albert Hall The Bach Choir with the PHILIP JONES BRASS ENSEMBLE Organist RICHARD POPPLEWELL Conductor DAVID WILLCOCKS
For over 30 years, each Christmas the Bach Choir has sung carols in the Royal Albert Hall. This year's programme includes a carol by ten-year-old ELIZABETH LANE as well as some of the children's special items.
Presented for TV by RAYMOND SHORT
James Garner Yves Montand
Eva Marie Saint Toshiro Mifune American racing driver
Peter Aron causes a crash in which his colleague is seriously injured. Sacked by his boss, Aron sets out to fight his way back to the top.
Director JOHN FRANKENHEIMER
Holiday Films: pages 17 and 18
with Peter Woods ; Weather
in a special edition of Omnibus
In the 1930s they were the movies' regular ' Full Supporting Programme ': we loved them, we all imitated them. In Germany they were known as Dick and Dorf; in Italy, Crick and Crok; in Poland, Flip and Flap. Churchill loved their films; so did Stalin. They are the eternal Fat and the Thin, the Fiddle and the Bow. Today their films are perhaps more popular than ever before. What makes their humour tick? What kind of human beings were they?
Tonight's Omnibus celebrates Stan and Ollie-Laurel and Hardy: their innocence, their dumbness, their zany logic - and the working companionship of two gentle men.
With extracts from a great many of their vintage comedies; some rare film; and contributions from Jerry Lewis , Marcel Marceau
Spike Milligan , Bob Monkhouse Dilys Powell , Hal Roach
Kenneth Tynan , Dick Van Dyke and many others.
Commentary spoken by Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise
Film editor DAVID SNASDELL
Executive producer MIKE WOOLLER
Written and produced by ROBERT VAS
Laurel and Hardy in Way Out West: Christmas Day 12.25 pm (not Wales. Wales only: Laurel and Hardy in Dirty Work, Christmas Day 1.5 pm)
Duncan Carse introduces
The Week Before Christmas by LAURIE LEE
Midwinter in Orkney by GEORGE MACKAY BROWN A Christmas Childhood by PATRICK KAVANAGH
Producer PETER CRAWFORD (Bristol)
Christmas spent in a castle in Wales ... a dream ... a fire. Coincidence, or something more mysterious?
John Slater tells
The Visitor's Book by A. J. ALAN
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER