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Krov and Ann Menuhin (below) in The Mayan Connection They went to Central America just to film the wildlife - colourful birds, agile monkeys and fish schooling off the world's second largest barrier reef. But most of all they wanted to swim underwater with those rare mammals the manatees - just as they had done with the whales in Argentina.
At the end of four months the Menuhins had achieved this-and much more; for as they travelled in Belize and Guatemala they became absorbed in Mayan history-and realised that almost everything they filmed had some significance long ago in Mayan times.
Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS. BBC Bristol
Joseph Cooper introduces recorded highlights from a concert at the Royal Festival Hall to honour Sir Robert Mayer , the 96-year-old pioneer of children's concerts who founded 'Youth and Music' 21 years ago.
Rt Hon Jeremy Thorpe , mp, narrates Saint-Saens' Carnival of the Animals, played by Eden and Tamir (two pianos) and members of the London Sinfonietta conductor David Atherton
Murray Perahia (piano) plays Mendelssohn's Andante and Rondo Capriccioso.
Yvonne Minton sings lieder by Hugo Wolf , accompanied by Sir Georg Solti.
Kyung-Wha Chung plays the Bach Chaconne for solo violin.
With some specially written ' Hidden Melodies ' from
Producer RODNEY GREENBERG
In New Broadcasting House, Manchester, David Frost , his guests and audience discuss our objectives, our means and our chances in 1975. Director BRIAN ROBINS
Producer JOHN c. MILLER Editor DONALD BAVERSTOCK BBC Manchester
Antonioni's film continues this season of Movie Pacemakers featuring the work of some of the most influential directors of the contemporary international cinema. Tonight starring Mark Frechette Daria Halprin and Rod Taylor
Fleeing from the police after a campus riot, Mark, a Los Angeles student, steals a small private plane and directs his course out across the Arizona desert. His path crosses that of Daria, a liberated young woman on her way to a new job. The two young people begin a strange, eventful, odyssey across the country.
Producer CARLO PONTI
Director MICHELANGELO ANTONIONI Films: page 13
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Stephen Thorne reads
By The Statue of King Charles at Charing Cross by LIONEL JOHNSON