A series of eight programmes 4: Lost Worlds
Tar, coal and clay are some of the preservatives that allow whole environments to be reconstructed.
Introduced by DR ALAN CHARIG , Curator of Fossil Amphibians, Reptiles and Birds at the British Museum (Natural History), London
Director PETER RAMSDEN
Producer BRENDA HORSFIELD Book, same title, f5, from bookshops
The return of Captain Kirk and his crew in earlier adventures Today: Requiem for Methuselah
The deadly epidemic raging aboard the USS Enterprise can only be halted by an antidote from Planet Halbrecht 917G, thought to be uninhabited but hiding the secret of centuries.
A series of six programmes
Esther Rantzen chairs a new series of this popular panel game.
In today's programme contestants are helped by Sue Lawley and Harry Fowler
Designer PAUL MONTAGUE Director GEOFF WILSON Producer CECIL KORER
A feature film starring
Sophia Loren , Omar Sharif
Fond of the sporting life, Prince Ramon cares little about affairs of state or the orders of the King of Spain that he should marry. Then he meets Brother Joseph , a monk with the power of flight, and a beautiful peasant girl, Isabella. Life for Prince Ramon will never be the same again ...
Director Francesco Rosi Films: pages 16-17
Brother Joseph of Copertino:
A new series of six programmes with Tony Soper
3: Frontiers of Life
Living creatures occupy every crevice of the planet. And yet in the deserts of Arizona, the wastes of Greenland and deep in the caves of France, survival needs special outfits and skills.
On these frontiers, there are fish without eyes, big beef dressed in duffle coats and deadly snakes that keep their heads cool.
Film editor RON MARTIN
Producer JOHN SPARKS. BBC Bristol
with William Rushton The Geranium of Fliit by WILLIAM RUSHTON : in four parts with Christopher Biggins as the Archbishop
Fliit is an island. Its ruler is the Geranium. Its television is run by the Archbishop - and the British Ambassador to Fliit is William Rushton.
Today: The Royal Visit to Flut
with Valerie Singleton
John Noakes , Peter Purves and Lesley Judd and their
Highlights of 1975 Do you remember ...
When John crashed his bobsleigh at 90 miles an hour? When a gorilla pounced on Lesley and Rod Hull 's Emu grabbed Peter's hair for his nest?
These are all in today's programme when Valerie, John, Peter and Lesley pick their favourite adventures of 1975. Producer JOHN ADCOCK
Assistant editor ROSEMARY GILL Editor BIDDY BAXTER
Blue Peter: Twelfth Book, 90p, from bookshops
by ALAN ENGLAND
All the King's horses
And all the King's men
Couldn't catch Nick Sutler Again and again!
Designer JANET BUDDEN
Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Executive producer ANNA HOME Director JOHN PROWSE
Sir Cedric Uppercrust:
King Pompous I:
The King's Herald:
The King's Guard:
The King's Guard:
The King's Guard:
Look North. South Today
Look East, Midlands Today
Points West, Spotlight South West Presented this week by Michael Barratt , Frank Bough
Bob Wcllings and Dilys Morgan
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON Editor JOHN GAU
A feature film starring David Bradley with Colin Welland, Lynne Perrie, Freddie Fletcher, Brian Glover, Bob Bowes
Young Billy Casper lives with his mother and stepbrother on a council estate in a northern industrial town. At school he is bored and unresponsive until one day he finds a kestrel's nest, and takes one of the fledglings...
Director KEN LOACH Films: pages 16-17
Mrs Casper's friend:
Youth Employment Officer:
A comedy series by JEREMY LLOYD and DAVID CROFT
Coffee Morning: Mr Grainger finds himself in trouble for refusing to sign the coffee-break book.
TREVOR BANNISTER as Mr Lucas MOLLIE SUGDEN as Mrs Slocombe
FRANK THORNTON as Capt Peacock JOHN INMAN as Mr Humphries
WENDY RICHARD as Miss Brahms ARTHUR BROUGH as Mr Grainger NICHOLAS SMITH as Mr Rumbold Designer
Producer DAVID CROFT
Miss Brahms Arthur
Young Mr Grace:
by J. B. PRIESTLEY
A Play of the Month presentation starring
Thora Hird , Richard Pearson Eric Porter , Beryl Reid
Patricia Routledge , John Stratton with Ronnie Barker Costumes
JOAN ELLACOTT Make-Up JAN HARRISON
Designer AUSTEN SPRIGGS Producer CEDRIC MESSINA Director DAVID GILES
(Stuart Wilson is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company)
Alderman Joseph Helliwell:
Cllr Albert Parker:
Rev Clement Mercer:
Mayor of Cleckleywyke:
William Joyce was hanged as a traitor at Wandsworth in 1946. As Lord Haw Haw he became the radio voice of Hitler's Germany, apparently an aristocratic Englishman with a fine line in lordly sarcasm. The real William Joyce was an American who felt he was warning Britain against Communism and a 'Jewish financial conspiracy.'
How did William Joyce become the most hated voice of World War II; and was the law stretched to secure his execution?
Presented by Ludovic Kennedy
Producer Christopher Olgiati
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