The prizewinners of this year's international film animation contest for young people. The theme of the contest was the Human Habitat, and the winning films from Hungary, France and Britain show in a variety of ways something of the problems of the world today - overcrowding, pollution and routine, while some even attempt to find a solution.
Photography JOHN WYATT Sound JOHN TELLICK
Film editor MONICA MEAD Director ALAN TONGUE
Harry Carpenter and Peter Alliss are guests of Henry Longhurst at his home on the beautiful Sussex Downs. They invite you to join them as they discuss the past golfing year and relive some of the great moments and personalities captured on the screen.
SEVERIANO BALLASTEROS : the young Spaniard captured the hearts of all with his easy-going yet highly competitive play.
JOHNNY MILLER : fulfilled his threat of many years and won the Open.
JACK NICKLAUS : appeared not to be at his best, yet still topped the money winners.
DAVID GRAHAM : ensured that the final Piccadilly World Match Play event went out with a flourish.
Producer Richard TILLING
The First I, Claudius starring Charles Laughton, Merle Oberon, Flora Robson, Emlyn Williams
In 1937 shooting began at Denham Studios on the late Sir Alexander Korda's masterpiece, I, Claudius, from the book by Robert Graves. The story of why it remained unfinished is told by Dirk Bogarde with scenes from the original London Films production. Also appearing Josef von Sternberg, Robert Graves, Eileen Corbett , John Armstrong
Film editor BRIAN KEENE
Written and produced by BILL DUNCALF
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A film starring
Dancers of the Royal Ballet
Beatrix Potter 's best-loved characters are all included in this enchanting musical interpretation of five of the famed Victorian author's stories, with choreography by Frederick Ashton.
Music composed by JOHN LANCHBERY
Director REGINALD MILLS. Films: pp 15-16
Pigling Bland/Peter Rabbit:
Black Berkshire Pig:
Mrs Pettitoes/Tabitha Twitchit:
Squirrel Nutkin/Tom Thumb:
Cox the Butler:
At the end of the year we move through the silent world of the deaf to report developments. Quietly in Britain
Presenter Bill Northwood
A medley of seasonal words and music performed in St Martin-in-the-Fields Church, London.
' Bah! Humbug!' was how Charles Dickens 's infamous character, Scrooge, reacted to Christmas. Prompting a change of heart, actor Peter Gale devised this programme and is joined by Paul Hardwick Derek Jacobi
Julia McKenzie Nigel Pegram Dorothy Tutin Jenny Wren in this public performance given to raise money for the elderly.
Pianist GEOFFREY BOWYER Organist ROBERT VINCENT Producer ANDREW BARR
A seasonal edition of the musical quiz invites you to match your musical wits against Patricia Owen
David Attenborough and John Julius Norwich Guest musician David Willcocks
Director PETER BUTLER Producer WALTER TODDS
Special guest star
Dame Edna Everage
Another chance to see a rare television appearance by one of the year's biggest West End theatre successes. with MADELEINE ORR , BETTY TURNER and JOAN BAKEWELL
THE NIGEL LYTHGOE DANCERS
Written by BARRY HUMPHRIES With IAN DAVIDSON
Musical director KEN JONES
Special staging NIGEL LYTHGOE Film sequences directed by ROGER RACE
Producer TERRY HUGHES
Very Important Pandas A double programme introduced by Anthony Smith Pandas in Britain
The extraordinary story of how this extraordinary animal first came to Britain, and the adventures of Ming, Chi-Chi, An-An and the Panda Brigade. Pandas of Szechuan
A delightful new film from China on the life of the giant panda in the wild.
This vip among animals, the symbol of the World Wildlife Fund, is apparently no longer under threat of extinction.
Presented by KEITH HOPKINS Editors
MICHAEL ANDREWS and ANTHONY ISAACS BBC Bristol
An only child, deliciously apart
Misunderstood and not like other boys ...
Sir John Betjeman described himself thus in his verse autobiography. In this film, based on the book and first produced to celebrate the Poet Laureate's 70th birthday, Betjeman revisits the places he knew as a child.
Highgate, Oxford, old books and churches, boarding school, the dread of games, holidays in Cornwall, poetry and trains - so the story unfolds; a unique and touching account of an Edwardian middle-class childhood.
Producer JONATHAN STEDALL
Brazil comes to London with spectacle, rhythm, girls.
The colours are flamboyant, the production is slick, and all is put across with compelling force and stridency, emphasising the gaiety, the enthusiasm and sensual rhythms of South America.
Introduced by JADER DE OLIVIERA
Producer DON SAYER
The Annual International Festival Every summer, musicians and fans from all over the world converge on the lakeside town of Montreux for the International Music Festival, one of the biggest events in the jazz calendar. This year, in celebration of its tenth anniversary, it was bigger than ever.
For the first time, the word 'jazz' was left out of the title to take into account other kindred styles of music: folk, gospel, blues and soul, which were included in the 15 days.
Highlights of the festival include performances by Sarah Vaughan, Newport All Stars, Jimmy Witherspoon, Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, Shakti, Stan Getz Quartet, Odetta, Weather Report, Clarke Terry and the New Hampshire Big Band and the Swinging Sextet
There to describe the scene and to talk to some of the artists was the distinguished British trumpet player, Humphrey Lyttelton.
Producer DON SAYER