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: Ireland: A Television History

A series of 13 programmes 5: Fenians
Extracts from this programme appear in THE LISTENER dated 1 January

: An Everyday Miracle

Narrated by DAVID ATTENBOROUGH
How do we spend the first nine months of our lives, before birth? Babies are born every day, yet for such a familiar event it's remarkable how little we know about what happens between conception and birth. But now doctors, using new techniques, have been able to see the development of a child inside the womb itself, and have revealed something more miraculous than most of us can imagine. This is an extended version of the film first shown to Schools in the series General Studies.
Producer ANDREW NEAL

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough
Producer: Andrew Neal

: Ski Sunday

Dramatic winter sports action featuring today
International Ski Jumping from Innsbruck, Austria.
The spectacular 90m Bergisel hill - venue for Olympic competition in 1964 and 1976 - is the setting for today's round of the Four Hills Championship.
Commentator TONY GUBBA
Television presentation by the AUSTRIAN TELEVISION SERVICE Producer jim RESIDE
Editor JONATHAN MARTIN

Contributors

Editor: Jonathan Martin

: Riders of the Silver Screen

Narrated by NICK NICHOLS
To introduce a season of classic Westerns, we present an affectionate look at the American cowboy, Hollywood's most romanticised creation. This American programme features some of the great stars who transformed the dusty, desolate cattle trails and towns of America into an arena of adventure, heroism and rugged individualism. It includes clips from such classics as Shane starring Alan Ladd , High Noon with Gary Cooper , Gunfight at the OK Corral starring Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas , as well as the great William S. Hart in Tumble-weeds Landrush in 1925. Written by BRUCE MARTIN
Producedby JO-ELLEN FROSTAD Directed by ROBERT WYLAM
(The new series of Westerns begins

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Nichols
Unknown: Alan Ladd
Unknown: Gary Cooper
Unknown: Burt Lancaster
Unknown: Kirk Douglas
Unknown: William S. Hart
Written By: Bruce Martin
Written By: Producedby Jo-Ellen Frostad
Directed By: Robert Wylam

: News Review

with sub-titles for those who cannot hear. With Jan Leeming
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE

: The BBC Television Shakespeare: All's Well that Ends Well

by WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
Cast in order of appearance:
Music composed by STEPHEN OLIVER
LightingJOHN SUMMERS
Make-up artist SUZAN BROAD Costume designer COLIN LAVERS
DesignerDAVID MYERSCOUGH-JONES Script editor DAVID SNODIN Producer JONATHAN MILLER Director ELIJAH MOSHINSKY
Including at
8.30* News on 2; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: William Shakespeare
Composed By: Stephen Oliver
Unknown: John Summers
Artist: Suzan Broad
Designer: Colin Lavers
Designer: David Myerscough-Jones
Editor: David Snodin
Producer: Jonathan Miller
Director: Elijah Moshinsky
Countess of Rousillon: Celia Johnson
Bertram: Ian Charleson
Lafeu: Michael Hordern
Helena: Angela Down
Parolles: Peter Jeffrey
Steward: Kevin Stoney
King of France: Donald Sinden
First French lord: Robert Lindsay
Second French lord: Dominic Jephcott
Lavache: Paul Brooke
First bachelor: James Simmons
Second bachelor: John Segal
Third bachelor: Yves Aubert
Fourth bachelor: Peter Sands
First gentleman: Terence McGinity
Second gentleman: Max Arthur
Widow of Florence: Rosemary Leach
Diana: Pippa Guard
Mariana: Joolia Cappleman
Soldier: Nickolas Grace
Astringer: Valentine Dyall

: James Last in London

with his
Orchestra and Chorus
Part 2 of a concert recorded in 1978 at the Royal Albert Hall.
Director EKKEHARD BÕHMER
A ZDF/ORF/SRG co-production
(Postponed from 16 December 1980)

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall.

: Newseries The History Man

A four-part screenplay by CHRISTOPHER HAMPTON from the novel by MALCOLM BRADBURY starring with 1: October 2nd 1972
Nixon's America, Heath's England, petrol 36p a gallon. Howard and Barbara Kirk , fashionable Watermouth University's well-known progressive couple, are throwing one of their celebrated parties. Another fresh term -new faces to radicalise, old issues and adversaries to be confronted. History needs some action and Howard has just the scheme for an autumn of disruption.
Music GEORGE FENTON
Studio sound RAY BAILEY
Studio lighting PETER BOOTH Designer GAVIN DAVIS
Producer MICHAEL WEARING Director ROBERT KNIGHTS BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Hampton
Novel By: Malcolm Bradbury
Novel By: Barbara Kirk
Unknown: Ray Bailey
Designer: Gavin Davis
Howard Kirk: Antony Sher
Flora Beniform: Isla Blair
Henry Beamish: Paul Brooke
Annie Callendar: Laura Davenport
Barbara Kirk: Geraldine James
Felicity Phee: Veronica Quilligan
Myra Beamish: Maggie Steed
Martin Kirk: Jonathan Bruton
Celia Kirk: Charlotte Enderby
Anne Petty: Chloe Salaman
John McIntosh: Graham Padden
Jane McIntosh: Judy Liebert
Moira Millikin: Elizabeth Proud
Melissa Tordoroff: Miriam Margolyes
Peter Madden: Bill Buffery
Beck Pott: Julia Swift
Michael Bennard: Lloyd Peters
Marjorie: Juliet Waley
Joanna: Jane Slaughter
MiSS HO: Zienia Merton
Professor Mangel: Steve Plytas

: British Movie Night: Three into Two Won't Go

opens a season of films heralding the 70s. starring
Rod Steiger
Claire Bloom Judy Geeson
Driving home to London from the Midlands, a sales executive picks up an attractive girl hitch-hiker and takes her to a hotel owned by an old friend. The next day he returns home to his schoolteacher wife and their already uneasy childless marriage,
Screenplay by EDNA O'BRIEN
Based on the novel by ANDREA NEWMAN Produced by JULIAN BLAUSTEIN Directed by PETER HALL Films: page 27

Contributors

Unknown: Rod Steiger
Unknown: Claire Bloom
Unknown: Judy Geeson
Novel By: Andrea Newman
Produced By: Julian Blaustein
Directed By: Peter Hall
Steve Howard: Rod Steiger
Frances: Claire Bloom
Ella Patterson: Judy Geeson
Belle: Peggy Ashcroft
Jack: Paul Rogers
Janet: Lynn Farleigh
Marcia: Elizabeth Spriggs
Beth: Sheila Allen








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