Football Association Coaching: Tactics, Skills
A series of 14 programmes 13: Goalkeeping(1) Coach : M. KELLY
Player: P. SHILTON
And supporting match action showing the close relationship between coaching, practice and performance.
Producer BOB ABRAHAMS
Book: The F. A. Coaching Book of Soccer Tactics and Skills: £8.50, from bookshops
by DAVID MCKEE
Narration RAY BROOKS
Music DUNCAN LAMONT
Animation LEO BELTOFT
Production CLIVE JUSTER
9: The Mystery Boat
The gang send out a distress signal for help.
A D'ANGELO/BULLOCK/ALLEN production
Why Don't You just switch off your television set and go and do something less boring instead? Your ideas, games r.nd activities presented by the children of the Scottish Why Don't You gang.
Producer IAN CHRISTIE
Executive producer MOLLY cox
Send your ideas to: Why Don't You, [address removed], enclosing sae for reply.
With JEREMY JAMES and BILL HARSTON
Improve your game and learn some new tricks!
10: Plotting and Planning
Book (same title): £4.50 hardback, 11.95 paperback, from bookshops
concludes the holiday season of films starring the screen's best-loved canine star. with ROBERT BRAY
Lassie makes friends with two youngsters living in a lake-side cabin, who rescue her when she is trapped in a disused mine-shaft.
Directed by JACK B. HIVELY
An animated series of science-fiction adventure stories. Space Safari
The fiendish Zoltar is captured by G-Force and left to its mercy by the Great Spirit of Spectra. It looks as if Earth's mortal enemy will at long last be destroyed.
Weather JACK SCOTT
A See-Saw programme. (Repeat)
The feature film starring John Wayne with Hardy Kruger Elsa Marlinelli Red Buttons
An international group of hunters operates from Momella Game Farm outside Arusha, Tanzania, supplying animals to the zoos of the world. Among them are Americans Sean Mercer and Pockets, and a German, Kurt Stahl. When they are joined by Dallas, a beautiful Italian girl photographer, romantic complications begin.
Screenplay by LEIGH BRACKETT from a story by HARRY KURNITZ
Produced and directed by HOWARD HAWKS Films: paac 116
Chloe Ashcroft , Christopher Bramwell and Ben Thomas join some children from WYNDHAM I'ARK INFANT SCHOOL at St Edmund's Arts Centre, Salisbury.
Designer LES MCCALLUM
Graphic designer JAN BRYCHTA Written by JOHN DALE
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE Directed by JOHN M. A. LANE
M. A. Lane
Lazy Little Bearer
A foolish young beaver is grateful to Mighty Mouse.
with Bernard Cribbins
Mortimer's Portrait on Glass by JOAN AIKEN
Today: A Shattering Experience
Pictures by QUENTIN BLAKE Adapted by EDWARD PUGH
Executive producerANNA HOME Directed by ANGELA BEECHING
A lively show of games and puzzles for all the family, presented by Johnny Ball and featuring teams from the LEWISHAM LEISURE CENTRE, London, and the BIRMINGHAM ATHLETIC INSTITVTE
Be ready to pit your wits against those of the competitors m a contest of thrills and skills.
Musical arrangements DAVE ROACH Lighting John FARR Sound ADRIAN STOCKS
Designer GEOFF POWELL
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE Director JOHN SMITH
A series in 18 episodes Part 2 by PHIL REDMOND
The introduction of a prefect system to combat vandalism only increases the friction that already exists between the younger and older pupils.
Series devised by PHIL REDMOND Studio lighting SAM BARCLAY Designer producer SELWYN
Executive producer ANNA HOME Producer COLIN CANT
Book, Grange Hill Goes Wild: £450 from bookshops
with John Edmunds ; Weatherman
All other English regions: Regional News
Today: Prefabricated Pink Le Bowser Bagger Sky Blue Pink
The Pink Panther theme by HENRY MANCINI.
Invites you to a special party for the New Year, with guests Diane Keen, Patrick Moore and Kenneth Williams joining the regular team Of Michael Rodd, Judith Hann, Kieran Prendiville and Su Ingle. There will be food that no one will have eaten this festive season, wine that no one will have drunk before, and presents that money can't buy - yet.
The Challenge of the Champions for the Ferguson Trophy.
Superstars champions begin the eighth year of The Superstars at the Wycombe Sports Centre.
David Hemery, Olympic Gold medallist, who won the first Superstars in 1973. John Conteh won the second UK National in 1974 and the British Heat in 1976. Malcolm MacDonald, The Superstars 100m record-holder, and winner of the Swedish heat in 1975. Tim Crooks, Olympic oarsman and UK Champion of 1977. Keith Fielding, 1977 French heat winner, who went on to Europe and the 1978 World Championship. Lynn Davies, our first Past Masters champion in 1978. John Sherwood, Olympic and Commonwealth Medallist and 1979 Past Masters champion, was runner-up in the 1980 World Championship.
Brian Jacks, the Champion, unbeaten in any British or European competition and holder of the European and World Superstars gymnasium tests record.
Produced in collaboration with Trans World International and Candid Productions Inc.
by R. F. DELDERFIELD dramatised in 13 parts by ANDREW DAVIES starring John Duttine Frank Middlemass Alan MacNaughtan
11: The conflict between David and Alcock comes to an unexpected end. David now has to decide what to do, but it is Christine's sudden visit which makes up his mind.
Music composed by KENYON EMRYS-ROBERTS Costume designer REG SAMUEL Make-up artist JEAN SPEAK Designer MICHAEL YOUNG Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director TERENCE DUDLEY
Sir Rufus Creighton:
with John Edmunds
Weekend Weather JACK SCOTT
In Concert at the Grand Theatre, Blackpool, with Therapy
Sound PETER J. HUNT. Lighting STAN JONES Designer ALAN TAYLOR
Producer JACK WILLIAMS
The film of Alistair Maclean 's best seller, starring
Charles Bronson , Ben Johnson
In this action-packed adventure, John Deakin is apparently the prisoner of Marshal Pearce. They and a group of US Cavalry are crossing the Rockies by train, heading for the isolated Fort Humboldt - scene of a recent diphtheria epidemic. During the journey strange deaths occur before the movie's spectacular climax.
Screenplay by ALISTAIR MACLEAN Produced by JERRY GERSHWIN
Directed by TOM GRIES. Films: page 116 (First showing on British television)
Written by EDWIN PEARCE featuring
QC Twenty years ago, Lady Chatterley's Lover was the fastest-selling paperback in the land. Regina v Penguin Books Ltd became one of the most discussed obscenity trials ever, with the future freedom of literature at stake. Ludovic Ken nedy introduces a reconstruction of the trial, and talks to John Mortimer , Qc and three of those involved - Richard Hoggart , Lord Hutchinson and Dieter Pevsner.
Narrator ALEXANDER JOHN
Director JONATHAN ALWYN Producer PHILIP SPEIGHT
Mr Justice Byrne:
Clerk of Court:
Det-Insp Charles Monahan:
Bishop of Woolwich:
E M Forster:
Sir Allen Lane: