'Why Don't You just switch off your television set and go out and do something less boring instead?'
Your ideas, games and activities presented by the children of the Belfast Why Don't You....? Gang
Film director TONY MCAULEY Producer PETER CHARLTON
Send your ideas to: Why Don't You....? [address removed]. But if you want a reply. please enclose a large sae.
Paddington goes to the Movies
with Andrew Burt
The Dangerous Journey by ELIZABETH RENIER
Presenters Elizabeth Millbank Fred Harris
Story: Old Toby Keeps Warm by MARGARET JOY
Director ROY MlLANI
A See-Saw programme by JOANNE COLE AND MICHAEL COLE Narrated by Patricia Hayes
Gran gets some goats to keep her grass down-but they get her down too.
Music and lyrics by BRYAN DALY Animation by DEREK MOGFORD
Designed and directed by IVOR wood
A See-Saw programme
Locomotives may have to be repaired and carriages cleaned before they join up to make a train waiting to leave the station.
A WALT DISNEY production
John Noakes and Shep review the adventures and travels of the Go with Noakes series.
The Oxford Bumps
John coxes the Balliol eight to inglorious defeat.
Producer DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester
A double-bill of seasonal cartoons Gifts from the Air % and The Little Matchgirl
In a special end of year edition Lucie Skeaping presents clips from your favourite television programmes and recalls what the critics had to say about them. New requests are also included with fresh voices from up and down the country giving their opinions on Seaview, The Late Late Breakfast Show, Harty and Blankety Blank. An opportunity also to enter the last competition of the year, so have your pencil and paper ready.
Producer PHILIP CHILVERS
The first of two feature films starring Charlton Heston with Sophia Loren
Gary Raymond , Raf Vallone Genevieve Page , John Fraser
Charlton Heston plays the title role in this spectacular epic of 11th-century Spain when the country was divided between small Christian kingdoms and Moorish strongholds. From the confusion of warring factions there emerged an intrepid knight whose exploits earn him the name El Cid - 'the lord'.
Screenplay by PHILIP YORDAN and FREDRIC M. FRANK Produced by SAMUEL BRONSTON Directed by ANTHONY MANN Christmas Films: page 15
Rodrigo Diazzle Bivar:
The traditional Christmas visit to the world of Walt Disney films introduced by Mike Read and Sarah Greene.
Films include: Jungle Book, Mickey's Christmas Carol, Lady and the Tramp, Never Cry Wolf , Sleeping Beauty, The Sword and the Stone
Producer Richard EVANS
with Frances Coverdale
Introduced by DAVID ICKE
A festive Anglo-Swedish competition on ice from the Aviemore Centre, Scotland.
Featuring a team from Karlskrona. representing Sweden, and a British squad made up of ice skaters recruited from Bournemouth, Altrincham, Aviemore and Queens Ice Rinks. Introduced for Great Britain by Stuart Hall and for Sweden by Henrik Engberg Referees:
GB-Lorna Brown (former World Professional Skating Champion)
Sweden - Willie Lofqvist (former Olympic Ice Hockey player)
Designer STUART FURBER Director JOHN ROONEY
Producer GEOFFREY WILSON BBC Manchester
The feature film starring Burt Reynolds Sally Field
Jan-Michael Vincent Brian Keith
One of Hollywood's most likeable leading men is the producer and star of this comedy tribute to the world of Hollywood stuntmen-a tougn, easy-going breed who take unbelievable risks only to see the credit go to well-protected stars and directors.
Sonny Hooper is at the peak of his career as a stuntman, but is already looking over his shoulder at a dazzling young rival called Ski. Compelled to outdo
Ski's daring exploits, Hooper foolishly agrees to perform the most dangerous stunt of all time ...
Screenplay by THOMAS RICKMAN and BILL KERBY Produced by RANK MOONJEAN Directed by HAL NEEDRAM
First showing on British television Christmas Films: page 15
Roger Deal Z:
The Buck Stops Here
Pam has a rough ride when she sees Bobby and Jenna at the Charity Rodeo, but she's soon back in the saddle to make up with Mark. Meanwhile back at the office J.R. plans to rope in the traitor in his camp....
Written by ARTHUR BERNARD LEWIS Directed by LEONARD KATZMAM *Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
A comedy film adapted from his novel by Roy Clarke
starring Bill Owen, Peter Sallis, Brian Wilde with Lynda Baron, John Comer, Jane Freeman, Joe Gladwin, Olive Pendleton, Peter Russell and Kathy Staff
In answer to his one last request, Compo, Clegg and Foggy reluctantly sneak Sam out of his invalid bed for a final frolic with the not so young as she used to be Lily-Bless-Her. Then - with an unthinking lack of gratitude and a smile on his face - Sam drops them right in it by becoming far more trouble dead than alive...
The Mike Sammes
'Our kid' Colin:
with Frances Coverdale Weatherman
The true story of how a fake wedding party and a computer improved the odds for a rock group manager who set out to make a big win at blackjack in the world's most famous casinos.
Every blackjack player dreams of the perfect system. Is this it?
Photography PETER MCKAY Film editor MIKE CRAOO Producer STUART ORMS A ROOSTERproduction
An International Golf Challenge
The opening match of a series especially made for BBC1 between top American women golfers Joanne Carner and Sandra Haynie and two of the world's leading golfing men, Germany's Bernhard Langer and the 'Great White Shark' from Australia Greg Norman.
The only concession the ladies receive in the opening four-ball match over nine holes of the Duke's Course at Woburn, is to play off the forward tees.