with Percy Thrower from Stanton Harcourt , Oxfordshire
A dreamy old manor house with velvet lawns and Tudor ruins provides the setting for Percy's practical work-pruning wisteria and prostrate juniper, and trimming and planting the rock garden.
Producer bill DUNCALF
Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise Written by EDDIE BRABEN Eric and Ernie's guests Trio
Athenee Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen Design featuring ANN HAMILTON
With REX RASHLBY , GERALD CASE and JANET WEBB
Orchestra directed by PETER KNIGHT Sound ADRIAN BISHOP-LAGGETT and ADRIAN STOCKS
Costumes SONIA KERR
Lighting PETER WESSON
Designer BRIAN TREGIDDEN
Producer JOHN AMMONDS
starring Ludmilla Tcherina
Michel Auclair , Madeleine Sologne Antonio Gaudi 's fantastic church of the Holy Family in Barcelona is one of the locations used for French TV's remarkable adaptation of Oscar Wilde 's prose poem, written while he was in exile.
Choreography by MAURICE BEJART Music by JEAN PRODOMIDES
Written and directed by PIERRE KORALNIK Produced by ORTF - the French Television Service
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