The two European Champions and their horses.
This year's equestrian events have been dominated by two people, Lucinda Prior-Palmer and Alwin Schockemohle
Both European Championships were staged in Germany and at Luhmuhlen LUCINDA PRIOR-PALMER, the vivacious young rider from Hampshire, riding Be Fair, showed no fear in tackling the enormous fences to win emphatically, With HRH THE PRINCESS ANNE as runner-up. ALWIN SCHOCKE-MÖHLE, supreme horseman and business tycoon, won the two major prizes that have eluded him so far, the' European Championship and the King George V Gold Cup.
Although these two riders are at the top of their sports, their training facilities and backgrounds are amazingly different. Raymond Brooks-Ward went to their respective homes and discussed the year's equestrian events, the Amateur-Professional controversy, next year's Olympics and, inevitably, horses.
Introduced by RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
A feature film starring Bob Hope Bing Crosby , Dorothy Lamour
Bing and Bob are a couple of song-and-dance men down on their luck in Australia. Fleeing Sydney to avoid a shotgun marriage they find themselves on the isle of Bali ...
Director HAL WALKER Films: page 16-17
A new series of six programmes with Tony Soper 4: Migration
The magical mystery tours of many animals span the globe. Swallows fly a distance equivalent to the moon and back during their lifetime, and they will return to the same nest site year after year. What are the advantages of jet-setting?
What kind of navigational clues do inter-continental travellers use?
TONY SOPER follows our swallows south to see where they spend the winter.
Film editor RON MARTIN
Producer JOHN SPARKS. BBC Bristol
Introduced by Roy Castle
with John Craven, Bernard Cribbins, Derek Griffiths, Lesley Judd, Pat Keysell, Susan King, Johnny Morris, John Noakes, Peter Purves, Michael Rodd, Valerie Singleton, Julie Stevens
starring Raymond Burr and James Burke
A special entertainment on the eve of America's Bi-centennial Year to celebrate 200 years of Yankee ingenuity and invention. The musical, mechanised, exciting, humorous, scientific, balletic, dramatic story of the United States.
See the magician of the electric filament!
See the Indian who braved the Colt revolver!
See the giant human chess game in the desert!
See the heroine saved by the Westinghouse train brake!
See the 1976 'Exhibition in the Sky'!
Script by JAMES BRABAZON, JAMES BURKE
Treatment by BRUCE NORMAN
Original music composed by WILFRED JOSEPHS
Conducted by PHILIP MARTELL
Choreographer ARLENE PHILLIPS
Designer EILEEN DISS
Associate producer MICHAEL GLYNN
Executive producer LAWRENCE WADE
Director CLAUDE WHATHAM
A feature film starring Clint Eastwood with Lee Van Cleef , Gian Maria Volonte On the trail of Indio, a deranged killer recently escaped from jail, the cigar-chewing Stranger joins forces with Col Douglas Mortimer , a fellow bounty-hunter, in the town of El Paso where Indio plans a bank robbery.
Director SERGIO LEONE Films: pages 16-17
Hotel manager's wife:
Old man over railway:
featuring some of the musical highlights from the 1974 James Last concert tour televised from the Dorchester Hotel, London.
Producer BRIAN WHITEHOUSE
(James Last appears by arrangement with Harold Davison )
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