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The King of the Other World
For thousands of years in the deserts of the Middle East the monuments of the past lay forgotten, half-buried in the sand.
In the last 200 years they have been rediscovered and the whole history of the mysterious East has been rewritten. Today, in the first of six programmes about these legendary lands, JOHN COSTON travels to Egypt and discovers how the first archaeologists put together the magical legends of the King of the Other World. Storyteller RAY SMITH
Illustrator PAUL DIRKBECK
Film cameraman DEREK BANKS Film editor MICHAEL GOLDSMITH Producer MOLLY cox
Director CHARLES DAVIES
TV's most famous sci-fi series starring
The Naked Time
The mission - to pick up the scientific team from the dying planet and then to observe the final disintegration from a safe orbit. But its death throes spawn a deadly peril for the crew of the Enterprise and send them hurtling crazily towards destruction.
by JOHN KANE starring
Terry Scott and June Whitfield
Trying to replace an old treasured 78 disc is not easy especially when it's called' The Hut Sut Song '.
Sound JOHN HOLMES
Lighting FRED WRIGHT
Designer VALERIE WARRENDER Producer PETER WHITMORE
Lucy, youngest member of the Ewing family, is pretty, rebellious and thoroughly spoiled. Pamela's efforts to befriend the girl seem to be surprisingly successful in spite of initial suspicion and hostility.
John ' Jock' Ewing:
J R Ewing:
Eleanor Southworth Ewing,:
Pamela Barnes Ewing:
by Jack Jones
Adapted for television in three parts by Elaine Morgan
Life in the teeming coal and iron town of Merthyr is harsh and insecure. Daniel Parry dreams of escaping to the New World, but his wife does not want to go.
Adapted for television by:
Mr Thomas (Ieuan Ddu):
Sir William Crawshay:
The BBC1 Documentary Narrated by Tom Conti
It has been estimated that in Britain one child in 100 is born mentally handicapped. Certainly there are more than half-a-million mentally handicapped people whose condition requires the intervention of one government service or another during their lives. Often confused with mental illness, mental handicap is a subject most people shy away from. This film, shot in Britain and Sweden, examines the lives of four mentally-handicapped people today in the light of the treatment they would have received in the past and of the care they might - given changing public attitudes - hope , to receive in the future.
Film editor RICHARD SIDWELL Film cameraman
Written and produced , by GORDON CROTON
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