11.15 Home Sweet Dome
11.40 Fees and Costs
12.5 Consumer Decisions - Semis detached
A Czech film based on the famous
HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN Story.
Out of the simple fairy-tale of the little mermaid who fell in love with an earthly prince, and sold her lovely voice in order to become a human, the Prague Studios made a sumptuous colour production full of music and dancing, exquisite scenery, artists, and fast-moving direction by a prize-winning master of his craft. The undersea-kingdom alone is a dream to behold ...
Directed by KAREL KACHYNA Screenplay by OTA HOFMAN
English version produced by LOUIS ELMAN DE LANE LEA , LONDON Films: page 23
King of the Seas:
starring Brian Cant who Invites you to join his guests in an entertainment of comedy and music with Carol Leader
Tony Robinson, Jackie Hall and Jonathan Cohen and the Play Away Band.
starring Elvis Presley with Burgess Meredith , Joan Blondell Katy Jurado , Thomas Gomez
Elvis stars as American Indian rodeo rider Joe Lightcloud , whose efforts to bring prosperity to his family and tribe always seem to end in disaster.
Screenplay by MICHAEL A. HOEY
Based on the novel by DAN CUSHMAN Produced by DOUGLAS LAURENCE
Directed by PETER TEWKSBURY. Films: p 23
starring Barbara Everest and Junia the Great Dane
When old-age pensioner Ada wins a great dane at a church bazaar raffle she finds she cannot afford to feed it. What happens next includes a mugging and a front-page-story in the local newspaper.
Junia trained and handled by BARBARA WOODHOUSE
Music PETER RAMSAY
Photography DENNY DENSHAM Director GORDON WELLESLEY
Producer BARBARA WOODHOUSE
. (Barbara Woodhouse presents a new series on training dogs on Monday at 6.45 pm)
A Cirtus of Experiments
The Royal Institution's Annual Christmas Lectures for Young People. This 150th series is given by Professor Eric M. Rogers of Princeton and the Nuffield Foundation. The last of six programmes Seeing Atoms at Last
More about nuclear power stations and safety. The new man-made element plutonium and nuclear reactors which breed fissionable material. See the great graph which predicts possibilities of fission and fusion. Energy from nuclear fusion: the hope of the future, is unattained as yet, except for the Sun, which is a great nuclear furnace. Again a double story: electrons - sometimes as bullets, sometimes as waves - according to what we ask of them. Thence a glimpse of a new atom model. See a distorted room and a measured skeleton as warning examples against taking thinking-models literally.
Presented for TV by BRIAN johnson
Professor Eric M.
The Second Test from Sydney
GREG CHAPPELL captains a strengthened Australian side against the old enemy, England, led by MIKE BREARLEY. RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the second day's play.
As part of BBC2's Russian Season, a spectacular new television version of Serge Prokofiev's fantasy opera based on Carlo Cozzi's comedy, starring
Robin Leggate as the Prince and Alexander Oliver as his servant Truffaldino
Oleg Prokofiev introduces his father's fairy-tale opera which tells the story of the Prince who has forgotten how to laugh... of the curse put on him by the witch Fata Morgana... of his encounter with the Giant Cook... and of his adventures in search of three magic oranges, in one of which he finds the Princess of his dreams.
Master of Ceremonies Keith Jones
Dancers from the London Contemporary Dance Theatre and the Extemporary Dance Company
choreographer Micha Bergese
The Ambrosian Opera Chorus
chorus-master John McCarthy
London Philharmonic Orchestra
leader David Nolam
conductor Robin Stapleton
associate conductor Alistair Dawes
Language coach and sub-titles by Pamela Stirling
Costumes designed by Michael Burdle
Make-up artist Maureen Winslade
Sound Raymund Angel, Mike Jones and Alan Machin
Lighting Sam Barclay
Designer Michael Young
Directed by Brian Large
(Sung in the French with English sub-titles)
For the best effect viewers with stereo Radio 3 should turn off TV sound and position their speakers on either side of the screen, but a few feet away. Stereo headphones provide a suitable alternative
His servant, Truffaldino:
King of Clubs:
Fata Morgana, the witch:
Tchelio, the magician:
Leandro, the Prime Minister:
Pantaloon, the King's adviser:
Smeraldina, accomplice to Fata Morgana:
Farfarello, a devil:
Princess of the Three Oranges - Princess Ninetta:
Princess of the Three Oranges - Princess Linetta:
Princess of the Three Oranges - Princess Nicoletta:
The Royal Family of Thailand Part 1
Written by LEO AYLEN
Narrated by Sir John Gielgud
'The monarchy is the soul of the Thai nation ... the king the father of a very big family of 45 million people. He is the source of Thai culture. Good manners, way of living, way of thinking, even the Buddhist religion ... all seem to emanate from the king and the monarchy.'
Prime Minister, 1976)
Thailand is one of the last places where kingship can still be seen in action. One of the last places where one can still see something of the ' mystic East'. Over the last 30 years the other kings of South East Asia have gone and now King Bhumibol Adulyadej is the only monarch left. With his wife, Queen Sirikit, he reigns over a country which is both exotic and of unique political interest. Thailand 'land of the free' was never a colony, never part of a western empire. Ruled over by a brilliant line of kings, it adapted itself gently to the 20th century, whilst still retaining its ritual, its smiling nature and colourful traditions. Now all this is threatened. The huge North
I Vietnamese army is on the border.
There is Communist subversion inside the country and refugees in their hundreds of thousands pouring in. Will Thailand survive? Or will it be destroyed as Cambodia has been destroyed?
In part 1 of this exclusive two-part programme we meet the ninth sovereign of the Chakri Dynasty and his family, and with them share some of the traditions and problems of their fascinating country.
Film editors PETER BATTY , PETER PIERCE
Produced and directed by BRIDGET WINTER Part 2 on Monday at 10.0 pm
The Braniff Airways World Doubles Championship
Highlights of the second semi-final played this evening in the Grand Hall, Olympia. Both of today's winning teams have already won £20,000 and now have the chance to double that in tomorrow's final.
Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
PETER WEST and JOHN BARRETT
Broderick Crawford Rita Gam
An exciting drama dealing with espionage in Berlin in the 50s. Gregory Peck stars as a US Army counter-intelligence officer working to obtain the release of a young GI kidnapped by the Russians from Berlin's Western Zone. The Russians want an exchange, but the price is desperately high ...
Written and directed by NUNNALLY JOHNSON Films: page 23
Col Van Dyke:
Frederick S Hobart:
The Christmas Tree Suite by FRANZ LISZT. On the llth day of Christmas RHONDDA GILLESPIE plays the llth movement from this little-known suite for piano. In Hungarian Rhythm