by Auguste Strindberg.
Translated from the Swedish by Elizabeth Sprigge.
Adapted and directed by Alan Bridges.
Starring Gunnel Lindblom as Miss Julie, Ian Hendry as Jean and Stephanie Bidmead as Christine
A film by Heinz Sielmann.
The Galapagos are a group of volcanic islands lying in mid-Pacific, a thousand miles west of Ecuador. The strange animals which live there are found nowhere else on earth, and they gave Charles Darwin the first inkling of the workings of evolution 130 years ago.
(First shown on BBC-1)
Presented for television by:
A comedy series by Leon Griffiths.
Starring Roy Kinnear
with Joe Melia
featuring Harry Fowler, Jeremy Young, John Junkin
with Arnold Ridley and Anthony Blackshaw
The first of two programmes in which the well-known Hollywood performer sings, plays, and talks about his many songs and compositions.
Accompanied by Frank Deniz (guitar), Arthur Watts (bass), Derek Price (drums).
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