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Lunacy and laughter starring Dan Rowan and Dick Martin
This week's star guest Jonathan Winters
and featuring Arte Johnson, Ruth Buzzi, Henry Gibson, Goldie Hawn, Alan Sues, Jo Anne Worley, Teresa Graves, Pamela Rodgers, Jeremy Lloyd, Lily Tomlin, Judy Carne, and Gary Owens
A Schlatter/Friendly production for NBC
Captain Cousteau and the men of the research vessel Calypso explore the depths of the world's highest lake, situated in the Andes. They search for ancient ruins and treasure which, according to legend, the Incas dumped there when the Spanish Conquistadors killed their Emperor.
Produced by Les Requins Associes and Metromedia Producers Corporation (from BBC South and West)
Written by Basil Deane
with the voices of Ray Barrett as Narrator and Robin Ramsay as Percy Grainger
"Nothing of the sounds, nothing of the happenings of life should be forgotten. Of all bad habits the worst, to me, is to let resplendent things fade away"
Tonight's film biography has drawn on the vast collection of material Grainger made relating to his life, and it is the first detailed study of this unusual composer-pianist.
As a child in Melbourne, Percy Grainger (1882-1961) imagined a new musical sound which would be 'as free as the waves on the shore.' But his talent as a pianist prevented him from developing this 'free music' until he was in his 60s.
by Thomas Hardy
Dramatised in four parts by Harry Green
Grace has overcome her doubts about marriage, and about Suke's visit to Fitzpiers' cottage. Grace and Fitzpiers are due to return from their honeymoon on the Continent.
Young Timothy Tangs:
Old Timothy Tangs:
all the time... is the life of Peter Boorman, organist and choirmaster of the remote and, to some, romantic Cathedral of St David's.
He is a patient man, but in this film he takes this chance - on the day of the Patron Saint - to protest against the way in which the loveliest building in Wales tyrannises the craftsmen who serve it.
Introduced by Tony Bilbow
with Philip Jenkinson
This week's guest Stephen Boyd