Produced and presented by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Birmingham (Repeated: Wednesday BBC2 16.35 am)
Puppets, scripts and production:
Sir John Betjeman's highly acclaimed film in celebration of the Church of England.
It was in Norfolk, rowing on the River Bure with his father, that the eight-year-old John Betjeman first noticed a church tower outlined against the sky. Now, 60 years later, the Poet Laureate returns to the Diocese of Norwich (which includes most of Norfolk and a little of Suffolk). He celebrates the art and architecture of its spectacular churches, and looks with humour and affection at the daily life of the Anglican church in town and country.
(First shown on BBC2)
from Paisley Abbey conducted by the minister REV JAMES ROSS
Adam lay ybounden (Warlock)
Once in royal David's city (CH3: 103: Irby)
O Bethlehem (Basque Carol)
Infant holy (CH3: 186: Infant holy) Shepherd's pipe carol (Rulter)
Hark: the herald angels sing (CH3: 169 Mendelssohn)
Jesus' hands were kind hands (CH3: 228: Au clair de la lune)
0 sing a song of Bethlehem (CH3: 220: Kingsfold)
Benedicamus Domino (Warlock)
Ye servants of God (CH3: 372: Laudate Dominum)
Organist and Choirmaster George MCPHEK Television presentation RALPH SMITH BBC Scotland
The return of Captain Kirk and his crew in earlier adventures
Let That Be Your Last Battlefield
A relentless pursuit through space perpetuated through 50,000 years comes to a furious climax aboard the uss Enterprise, endangering everyone.
Introduced by DAVID RICHARDSON
It's a Matter of Luck and Hard Work ...
JOHN CHERRINGTON examines the viability of three small arable farms in Norfolk.
Producer JOHN KENYON BBC Birmingham
Weather for farmers
John Wayne , Richard Widmark
Laurence Harvey , Richard Boone with Frankie Avaion
This homage to the men who saved Texas from the Mexicans in 1836 remains one of the most lavish and spectacular westerns ever made.
Producer and director JOHN WAYNE Films: pages 16-17
Col David Crockett:
Col James Bowie:
Col William Barret Travis:
Gen Sam Houston:
Capt James Butler Bonham:
Alas. I have to spend most of the time talking, writing and lecturing to raise support for the World Wildlife Fund. I have hardly any time to go out In the field and actually observe the objects of my work.
' Wildlife protection Is a slow and painstaking process but there are signs of progress. It really Is a question of educating people about their responsibility.' HRH
PRINCE BERNHARD Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands flies helicopters and jets-in fact he moves in the jet-set of the world's kings and queens and heads of state.
But this is only part of his life. Much of his time now is devoted to the survival of wildlife around the world.
We go on safari with him to Africa, India and South East Asia and see many weird and wonderful animals, including orangutans, tigers and monkey-eating eagles.
Film editor ANDREW NAYLOR ,
Producer Richard BROCK. BBC Bristol
Prince Bernhard Prince
A serial insix episodes Part 5 by ALEXANDER BARRON
Robin and Marion have met in secret and declared their love for eachother. Robin's outlaw band has grown in strength, but so too has Prince John (David Dixon , left) who threatens at any moment to seize power in England.
Studio lighting BRIAN CLEMENT Studio sound JOHN DELANY Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Producer GEORGE GALLACIO Director ERIC DAVIDSON
Monks of Peterborough:
Monks of Peterborough:
Sir Kenneth Neston:
Sir Guy of Gisborne:
Sheriff of Nottingham:
For Choir and Audience
Selections from this year's programme in the Royal Albert Hall
The Bach Choir with the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble, Conductor David Willcocks
Organist Richard Popplewell
Each Christmas for over 30 years the Bach Choir has sung carols with a packed family audience in the Royal Albert Hall.
This year, young people were invited to enter a carol writing competition. The five winning entries will be sung by the choir and during the programme. David Willcocks is filmed talking to the five winners, whose ages range from 11 to 18 years.
The Philip Jones Brass
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A romantic serial in 16 parts based on the novels by WINSTON GRAHAM Part 12 by PETER DRAPER
Jud is found beaten to death. Prudie is inconsolable, but finding 15 guineas in his tobacco pouch she gives him a lavish send-off, which is a great success until, as it seems, the devil takes a hand.
Theme music composed by KKNYON EMRYS-ROBERTS
Scrip) editor SIMON MASTERS Designer OLIVER BAYLDON Producer MORRIS BARRY Director KENNETH ives
Dr Dwight Enys:
starring Richard Burton Genevieve Bujold
1526. Tired of his plain and ageing queen, Henry VIII falls in love with young Anne Boleyn. But many obstacles must be overcome before Anne can fulfil her tragic destiny.
Director CHARLES JARROTT films, pages 16-17
King Henry VIII:
Queen Catherine of Aragon:
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Introduced by Humphrey Burton Come and Dance!
Busby Berkeley and the years at Warner Brothers
42nd Street introduced a whole new kind of Hollywood musical in the 30s. The plots were almost invisible, but it was the numbers that mattered: witty lyrics, memorable tunes, and the most extravagant staging ever seen with out-of-this-world sets and hundreds of scantily-clad ' chorines.'
Gold Diggers of 1933, Dames, Foot-light Parade, Fashions of 1934, Wonderbar, Gold Diggers of 1935 and 1937 have become classics.
The man who dreamed up their fantastic numbers was Busby Berkeley. ' Come and Dance ' looks at Buzz's finest work and talks to his stars, Ruby Keeler , Joan Blondell , Aline MacMahon , Virginia Grey , songwriters Johnny Mercer and Sammy Cahn and the man who was head of Special Effects at Warners throughout the 30s, director Byron Haskin.
Sound COLIN MARCH Camera KEN LOWE
Editor CHARLES CHABOT
Executive producer MIKE WOOLLER
Written and produced by GAVIN MILLAR