Invisible Ape with Grape Ape and Beagley Beagley and Bailey's Comets in An Abominable Clue
with Susan King
Susan continues to learn survival techniques from ANTHONY GREENBANK. She has to take her boots off to cross slippery rocks, wade chest-high through an icy mountain stream and somehow light a fire in the soaking rain.
Producer DAVID TURNBULL
From the Esplanade of Edinburgh Castle. Opened by THE BUGLERS OF THE 2ND GOORKHAS
THE MASSED PIPES AND DRUMS OF
THE ROYAL SCOTS DRAGOON GUARDS
THE SCOTS GUARDS, THE BLACK WATCH
THE GORDON HIGHLANDERS
RAF LEUCHARS, RAF KINLOSS
THE PRECISION DRILL TEAM OF THE
BERLIN BRIGADE OF THE US ARMY accompanied by the CORPS OF DRUMS OF
THE ROYAL ANGLIAN REGIMENT
THE BAND OF
THE CORPS OF CARABINIERI
Nepalese tribal dancing by THE 2ND BATTALION 2ND GOORKHAS
THE MASSED BANDS OF
THE ROYAL ENGINEERS ALDERSHOT
THE ROYAL HIGHLAND FUSILIERS
THE GORDON HIGHLANDERS THE 2ND GOORKHAS
THE FINALE with the EVENING HYMN
LAST POST; THE LONE PIPER
Director of Music CAPT s. w. patch, LRAM, arcm, psm, Royal Engineers Aldershot
The Edinburgh Military Tattoo is presented by HQ Scotland (Army) and produced by L.T-COL. LESLIE DOW , OBE Commentary for television TOM FLEMING Produced for TV by CHARLES CLIFFORD
in Prehysterical Hare
A WARNER BROTHERS cartoon
Buster Crabbe as Flash Gordon 6: Flaming Torture
In which Flash Gordon is captured by King Vultan and sent to join Thun in the atom furnace-room, while Princess Aura tries to persuade Dale to marry Vultan and save Flash.
A season of films featuring
Johnny Weissmuller as Tarzan Brenda Joyce as Jane Johnny Sheffield as ' Boy '
Only Tarzan knows the location of the mysterious retreat of the Amazon tribe and he has given his word to their Queen not to reveal the secret.
Director KURT NEUMANN
. Films: pages 15-16
BOB LANGLEY, DONNY MACLEOD
DAVID SEYMOUR , MARIAN FOSTER and JAN LEEMING present the activities, music, personalities and talking points of the day including a unique collection of Christmas toys past and present and the Final of the Pebble Mill Christmas Card Competition.
Editor TERRY D0BS0N
A feature film starring
Stewart Granger , Eleanor Parker with Janet Leigh
A swashbuckling adventure set in and around Paris, at the time of the French Revolution.
Director GEORGE SIDNEY. Films: pages 15-16
Aline de Gavrillac:
Noel, Marquis de Maynes:
Chevalier de Chambrillaine:
Phillippe de Valmorin:
George de Valmorin:
Story: Quiet Please written by JUDY WHITFIELD
Guest storyteller Colin Jeavons Presenters
FLOELLA BENJAMIN , DON SPENCER
with Alec McCowen
OSCAR WILDE STORIES
Today: The Star Child
Pictures by MICHAEL FOREMAN , FRIBRE WRIGHT Abridged by JEREMY SWAN Director GORDON HOUSE Producer DAPHNE JONES
Executive producer ANNA HOME.
with John Noakes, Peter Purves, Lesley Judd
Join in with carols round the tree, with the children of the John Scurr Junior School, Warlingham County Secondary School and the Band of the Chalk Farm Branch of the Salvation Army in this special Christmas edition.
Blue Peter Thirteenth Book, Â£1.00, from bookshops
Boys in the Belfry
Do It Yourself Fleabag
Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman
Presenting the British scene to the people of Britain.
Co-ordinated this week by MICHAEL BARRATT and FRANK BOUGH With DILYS MORGAN
VALERIE SINGLETON , BOB WELLINGS
Included in this special Christmas edition-the climax of the Young Nation Funky Dancing Competition, with Flick Colby and Legs & Co; the concluding episode of Captain Nationwide's Christmas Adventure; and the winning entries in the Nationwide Carol Competition
A film series starring Ben Murphy as special agent Sam Casey who is here one minute - and gone the next. with and
Dr Abigail Lawrence:
Introduced by Noel Edmonds LEGS & CO
TOP OF THE POPS ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON Choreography FLICK COLBY Sound ALAN MACHIN
Director STANLEY APPEL
Producer JOHNNIE STEWART
starring Eric Sykes Hattie Jacques Deryck Guyler with guest star Roy Dotrice and MICHAEL WARD
Written by eric SYKES Music by KEN JONES
Designer STEVE BROWNSET Producer ROGER RACE
by JOHN CHAPMAN and ERIC MERRIMAN starring Terry Scott and June Whitfield
With or without children, Terry's Christmas has to be traditional-chaos and confusion!
Designer RICHARD MORRIS
Executive producer PETER WHITMORE Producer RAY BUTT
Tough and rough - but likeable and friendly. Two young cops walk a tightrope in the world of crime, starring
with Kenneth Kendall Weather
Introduced by Humphrey Burton
Where does The Panto come from? Why is the Principal Boy played by a girl? Who invented the Panto Horse? Who first said 'Look out - he's behind you!'?
Tonight's film investigates the origins and development of this peculiarly English form of theatre, in the company of Ken Campbell, Chris Langham, Bob Hoskins, Andy Andrews, Eddie Davies, Duncan Faber, Dave Rappaport, Jeni Barnett and Zoe Wanamaker. Together they examine the evidence and reconstruct episodes of 'Panto through the Ages':
A Serenade to Columbine - bawdy improvised comedy in the style of the Commedia dell'Arte.
Italian Night Scenes -first English experiments in pantomime, as pioneered by John Rich in 1717. Grimaldi Clowning - Regency slap-stick, starring the legendary Joey Grimaldi, whose comic business in the Harlequinade was the high-spot of the show.
Victorian Transformations - introducing the Principal Boy.
Enter the Dame - pantomime now invaded by music-hall stars, led by Dan Leno as Mother Goose.
Jimmy Jewel takes over as guide for this last part of the story, as he initiates his new partner Dave Hill into the mysteries of the Trick Bedroom Scene, which was created by his father in 1918, and first used in panto by Jewel and Warriss in 1940.
Music written by Mike Westbrook and played by his Brass Band
Costume KEN TREW
Designer KEITH CHEETHAM
Cameramen JOHN WYATT , DAVID SOUTH
Film editor DAVID MARTIN
Executive producer BARRIE GAVIN
Written and produced by TONY STAVEACRE
2,000 Liverpudlians join in and take part in the Spinners' Annual Christmas homecoming at the Phil. Tony Davis , Mick Groves , Hugh Jones and Cliff Hall will lead their ' choir ' in seasonal songs, both old and new, from home and abroad.
Double bass JOHN MCCORMICK Sound ALAN FOX
Lighting JOHN CROWTHER Producer NICK: HUNTER BBC Manchester