Told by BERNARD CRIBBINS
with Cheryl Campbell The Snow Queen
A classic tale in seven parts by HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
' She was so beautiful and grand - but made of ice, through and through. Her eyes stared at Kay like two bright stars, restless and unquiet. She nodded towards the window and beckoned....'
The First and Second Stones
A cartoon series of science-fiction adventure stories. Decoys of Doom
G-Force attempts to lure the enemy aliens from Spectra into the open by using robot doubles.
with Bill Hartston
Chess puzzles, an introduction to some of the greatest players in chess history, and a brand new Girls v Boys Challenge Match.
Starring Johnny Weissmuller, Johnny Sheffield.
Tarzan takes on the Third Reich as Nazi paratroopers invade his sanctuary, to take control of a hidden city. With the aid of Boy and Cheetah, it's a story of 'Tarzan v Hitler' with an outcome as predictable as the title suggests.
Screenplay by ROY CHANSLOR Produced by SOL LESSER
Directed by WILLIAM THIELE
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Periodic bouts of amnesia and missing documents land Erroll in more than just domestic trouble. An rko film
Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart Weather MICHAEL FISH
(London and SE only: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
from St Anne's Cathedral, Belfast
0 come, all ye faithful; Away in a manger; Once In royal David's city; The first Nowell; When the crimson sun has set; Still the night; While shepherds watch; Ding dong merrily.
from the Grand Hall, Olympia.
Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD and STEPHEN HADLEY
Cartoon. The Mystery Package
with Jeremy Irons
Paul Gallico Stories. Ludmila: 2
Pictures by CATHERINE BRIGHTON
by BOB BLOCK
A series of 13 programmes 12:It's Pantomime Time the Pantomime Horse as the Cow!
Incidental music JONATHAN COHEN Costume designer JOHN HEARNE Designer MARTIN COLLINS Producer JEREMY SWAN
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Timothy Claypole (Jack):
Harold Meaker (Giant):
Ethel Meaker (Dick):
Hazel the McWitch (McPuss):
Nadia Popov (Little Miss Muffet):
Rose Perkins (Cinderella):
Arthur Perkins (Humpty Dumpty):
Adam Painting (Jack's Mother):
Queen Matilda (Fairy Godmother):
Brian Trueman puts the questions to the winners and runners-up of previous heats, who will be looking at scenes from The Gods Must Be Crazy Fantasia
Friend or Foe and Bambi STEVEN BARNARD and PAUL NOBLE will receive a trophy for A Trip to Alton Towers, the best live action entry in the Young Film Makers' Competition.
Directed by PAUL LOOSLEY
Produced by jobn buttery and TONY HARRISON BBC Manchester
Introduced by TONY HART
The Day Morph Went Ski-ing
An animation series with Morph and his friends in their under-the-table world.
Animators PETER LORD and DAVID SPROXTON Producer PATRICK DOWLING
with Richard Baker Weatherman
Look East, Look North, Look North West, Midlands Today, South East at Six,
Points West, South Today, Spotlight South West
and at 6.22
RICHARD KERSHAW reports on the news stories that matter and what they mean for the people of Britain, with films and features from a team of reporters nationwide.
PATTIE COLDWELL, ANNE DIAMOND, JOHN HITCHINS, JAMES HOGG, MARSHALL LEE, TONY WILKINSON and NICHOLAS WOOLLEY
(Regional details as Monday)
by Glenn Chandler.
The final episode in the present series.
Linda Mo says her goodbyes. Dave has the tables turned on him for once. Nargis gets married. But what future now for the Willoughbys?
In a sparkling performance before an audience of more than 14,000 at Weber State College, Utah,
Olivia Newton-John sings some of her greatest hits, including' You're the one ', ' Xanadu ', ' Magic ',
' Jolerie ', ' Silvery rain ', ' A little more love ' and ' Physical '. Featuring saxophonist Tom Scott.
Musical director TOM scorr Directed by BRUN GRANT
Produced by CHRISTINE SMITH
Executive producer ROGER DAVIES A MILLANEY GRANT production
The last of a drama series in ten parts about the RAF of today. starringwith
Cyclone,by N. J. CRISP
Carrying the survivors of a cyclone, the crippled Hercules of 373 Squadron is refused permission to land by an unfriendly government and is confronted by hostile fighter planes.
Music composed and conducted by ANTHONY ISAAC
Make-up artist DAWN ALCOCK
Costume designer DENNIS BRACK Designer BRucE MACADIE Producer JOE WATERS
Director ANDREW MORGAN
Theme music on a single (RESL 120) from retailers
Gp Capt James Christie:
Wg Cdr Peter Tyson:
Sqn Ldr Dave Gregson:
Gp Capt Harry Hall:
Sqn Ldr Clive Adams:
Flight Lieutenant Susan Young:
Flight Lieutenant Keith Lucas:
Flight Sergeant Roger Kerr:
Flight Lieutenant Bob Mills:
Flight- Sergeant John Allen:
Air Traffic Controller:
with John Humphrys and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman
with John Pitman
Are you sitting comfortably? Good. Well, don't tell the children, but there is more than one Father : Christmas.
There is a Santa Rat who cant stand kids; there are Santas who drink (in the North Pole pub, naturally); there's one who visits a hypnotherapist to gain confidence. There's even a Singing Santa who not only delivers telegrams, but also takes off her cloak to show nicely filled stockings There are, of course, traditional Santas- who sit all day in grottoes just being-, nice to children children like Lucy, Jane and Timothy who still believe in the one and only Santa and- talk tonight about the magic of Christmas.
Sadly, the age of innocence is soon Over. So make sure, the children are tucked up in bed and fast asleep before this programme.
Film-editor RICHARD BRUNSKILL Producer PAUL HAMANN
Gene Hackman Eernando Key
Assigned to help the French police smash a heroin gang operating in Marseilles, 'Popeye' Doyle finds that his reputation as a tough New Yorker has preceded him. Gradually he earns the res-, pect of the local police as he-sets about tracking down his old adversary - Charnier. This exciting sequel to The French Connection was largely shot on location and contains a memorable' climax-in the chase around the 'harbour-at Marseilles.
Screenplay by ROBERT DILLON
LAURIE DILLON and ALEXANDER JACOBS
Produced by ROBERT L. ROSEN ,
Directed by JOHN FRANKENHEIMER