With TONY HART and Morph
2: Lamps and Lighting
A Roman lamp, faulty lights, limelight, shadow puppets, a light-house and a coconut.
Director JANE TARLETON
Producer CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON
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The feature film starring
Don Knotts with Arthur O'Connell Jeanette Nolan Leslie Nielsen Joan Freeman
Roy works at an amusement park operating a space ride. But his father has plans for him and Roy finds himself training to be a real astronaut at a space centre-even though he is afraid of heights!
Zany American comedian Don Knotts plays reluctant astronaut Roy in this colourful comedy.
Screenplay by JIM PRITZELL and EVERETT GREENBAUM Produced and directed by EDWARD J. MONTAGNE films: page 10
Major Fred Gifford:
Introduced by Johnny Morris and TERRY NUTKINS
Johnny and Terry are on the second stage of their operation to rescue two dolphins from Japan and bring them half-way round the world back to England. The dolphins have now reached Hong Kong where they're resting up for a few days. It's an opportunity to explore, and to see the beautiful pet cage birds which everybody in Hong Kong seems to own. And a chance to see one of the most spectacular marinelands in the world, Ocean Park, where Johnny comes face to face with a Moray eel, and Terry rides on the back of a killer whale!
Producer MIKE BEYNON. BBC Bristol
The Vanishing Jungle The last of the series
Narrated by Robert Powell
What do we stand to lose as more of the world's tropical moist forest is felled? The steamy greenery is home to nearly half the world's species, a genetic powerhouse generating a vast variety of living things.
Within the forest jungle of Costa Rica some of the mysteries of this astonishing web of life are revealed.
Adapted from a film by BARRY PAINE Presented by DEREK ANDERSON BBC Bristol
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
Presented by Esther Rantzen
A special edition featuring some of the most requested items from the last series, including Theo the talking poodle, Honey and Scamper the show-jumping rabbits, and the BRADFORD SALEM RUGBY CLUB playing 'In the mood'-without instruments.
Plus the surprises and delights by the That's Life hidden cameras in the Get Britatn Singing campaign. Reporters Bill Buckley Gavin Campbell Michael Groth with Doc Cox and Joanna Monro at the That's Life newsdesk.
Produced and directed by BOB MARSLAND
Editor GORDON WATTS
starring Freddie Starr
From the Harrogate Centre, Freddie introduces the exciting new names and faces chosen by the audience to take part in this, the final programme of the series. Appearing tonight The Jodelles, Second Image, Bella Donna, Chopper Harris, Andrew O'Connor, Movietone Gonzalez
Assistant producers CAROLE CALDWELL , GEORGE II. CLARKE
Lightlng JOHN CROWTHER
Designer Mel bibby
Produced and directed by ALAN WALSH
Clarke Ughtlng John
The feature film starring
Dirk Bogarde , Ava Gardner
Ordered by a mysterious source to stop East European liberation leader Diakim returning home after years in exile, British agent Curtis becomes ruthless. He blackmails five people to help him assassinate Diakim, but runs the risk of being double-crossed.
Dirk Bogarde heads an international cast in this suspense thriller set in Austria.
Screenplay by ROBIN ESTRIDGE based on his own novel
Produced by PAUL WILLS
Directed by CYRIL FRANKEL
Sins of the Father
Michael Tyrone secretly provides Fielding with a weapon to destroy Titus and the motivation for his own driving obsession for revenge is revealed. Titus is also forced to retreat on another matter ...
Written by JAMES FRITZHAND Directed by DON WEIS
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