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: Rugby Special

Leicester v The Barbarians From Leicester
The Barbarian team is selected from the four home unions and France. Although the players may be strangers to one another their matches are invariably high-scoring affairs. In last year's fixture the tally was 47 points.
Commentator NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
Director JOHNNIE WATHERSTON Series producer BILL TAYWR

Contributors

Commentator: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Director: Johnnie Watherston

: The UnansweredQuestion

Leonard Bernstein at Harvard
In the first of six lectures, LEONARD BERNSTEIN , Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry at Harvard University, discusses Musical Phonology
Using advanced linguistic techniques he suggests the existence of a world-wide inborn musical grammar, and shows music developing from pre-history to the present.
5.10* Symphony No 40, in G minor (K 550) played by the BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by LEONARD BERNSTEIN
An Amberson Video Production recorded by WGBH, Boston

Contributors

Unknown: Leonard Bernstein
Unknown: Leonard Bernstein
Unknown: Charles Eliot Norton
Conducted By: Leonard Bernstein

: Signals from the Interior

Or How to Examine Your Inside from the Outside
The Royal Institution Annual Christmas Lectures to Young People by Heinz Wolff of the Medical Research Council 1: You as an Engine
The human body can be looked on as a rather special internal combustion engine burning as a fuel the food we eat, though not all the energy contained in our food is converted to mechanical work. Young people from the audience at the Royal Institution help to discover just how efficient we really are.
Presented for televisiaa by BRIAN JOHNSON

Contributors

Unknown: Heinz Wolff
Unknown: Brian Johnson

: News Review

At the end of the year we report from the United States Quietly in Washington with Alf Morris , MP
Jack Ashley , ch, mp Canon Tom Sutcliffe
Nelson D. Rockefeller
Film editor ROBERT SCHOLES Presenter BILL NORTHWOOD

Contributors

Unknown: Alf Morris
Unknown: Jack Ashley
Editor: Robert Scholes
Presenter: Bill Northwood

: The World About Us

The Search for the Real Inspector Ghote
Written and narrated by H. R. F. Keating
Multiple murder; hashish factories; gold smugglers - all part of the real Bombay underworld, and of the fantasy world HARRY KEATING created in his detective stories featuring Inspector Ghote. Though the background to his stories is meticulously authentic Keating had never been to India. Now for the first time he visits Bombay to be shown by real police how his fantasy city compares with theirs.
Producer LAWRENCE. GORDON CLARK Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and CHRISTOPHER PARSONS

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Keating
Producer: Lawrence. Gordon Clark
Editors: Anthony Isaacs
Editors: Christopher Parsons

: This Year, Next Year

This time last year, BBC correspondents from around the world returned to London with some predictions for the year ahead :
XXX MOROCCO WOULD LAY CLAIM
TO THE SPANISH SAHARA
XXX THE LIBERATION GROUPS IN ANGOLA WOULD GO TO WAR
XXX DR KISSINGER AND DR
SCHLESINGER WOULD FALL OUT OVER DETENTE
Tonight the correspondents are back with their personal view of how 1975 has gone, and with more reports from places you may be hearing about in the months ahead. In the studio with Charles Wheeler , Chief European Correspondent, and Jim Biddulph , Foreign Affairs
Producer GEORGE CAREY
9.25 News on 2; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: Jim Biddulph
Producer: George Carey

: Demolition Man

A soul musical
Story by John King, Music and lyrics by Eve King and Billy Livsey
starring Jimmy Helms and Kellee Patterson
BBC Bristol

Contributors

Story: John King
Music and lyrics: Eve King
Music and lyrics: Billy Livsey
Photography: Bernard Hedges
Film Recordist: Roger Long
Film Editor: John Merritt
Designer: John Bone
Director: John King
[Actor]: Jimmy Helms
[Actress]: Kellee Patterson
Foreman ganger: Steve Rowland
Coin dealer: Nat Brenner
Auctioneer: Leonard Pearcey
Landlady: Val Lorraine
Car salesman: Raymond Sawyer
Big Bertha: Mandi Wilson
Barrow boy: John Ashton
Sybil Simmonds: Penelope Brown John
Drunk: Colm Wilkinson
Fruit machine girl: Clare Torry
Beautiful girl: Sally Farmiloe
Head waiter: Adrian Cairns
Jeweller: David Trevena

: Closedown

John Gielgud reads from The Flight into Egypt by w. h. AUDEN

Contributors

Unknown: John Gielgud








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