A behind-the-scenes look at last season's Grand Prix series - with designers innovating their way round the rule book and cars faster and more dangerous than ever.... Narrator MARTIN JARVIS
Fascinating viewing. (MOTORING NEWS) Editor GRAHAM MASSEY
Written and produced by PATRICK UDEN
The daredevil comedian of Hollywood's golden age stars in a holiday season of his classic feature films. Safety Last
Probably Harold's most famous feature film and the most popular of his ' thrill' pictures. As an ingenious clerk saving his romance and his job, he embarks on his famous skyscraper climb-the stunt that established him for ever as the comedian who would go to any lengths to get a laugh.
Directed by FRED NEWMEYER and SAM TAYLOR
Television version produced by BOB HOAG Films: page 105
Dramatic winter sports action featuring the world's top ski racers in high-speed competition in the World Cup.
The Men's Downhill from Crans-Montana
Three of the last four Swiss downhill events have been won by home skiers and the last World Cup race here in the Valais three years ago produced a ' one-two ' for the host country when Toni Buergler pipped team-mate Peter Mueller by two-tenths of a second. Commentator DAVID VINE
Television presentation by the SWISS TV SERVICE
Producer JIM RESIDE
A cartoon film from China.
Five small carp set off up the river to find the legendary Dragon Gate. Narrated by ROSALIND ADAMS
Presented by ROBERT THIRKELL
Directed by HO YU-MEN . Produced by SHANGHAI FILM ANIMATION STUDIO
A series in 12 parts 9: Ladder of Peril
(Part 10 tomorrow at 5.40 pm)
A digest of the news of the week, plus a visual commentary for those who cannot hear. with Kenneth Kendall
Editor RICHARD GAMBLE
Scotland v Australia
Highlights of yesterday's match at Murrayfield. AUSTRALIA'S record shows only one victory over
SCOTLAND in their five visits to this famous venue. Scotland, after beating Romania this season, and with a settled side, started as favourites. NIGEL STARMER-SMITH introduces the match and brings news and views of the weekend's rugby. Commentator BILL MCLAREN
Director BILL MALCOLM
Series producer huw JONES
Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton
Featuring this week: the latest of Nick Clarke 's reports from the Far East; and including a Christmas edition of Moneymaker, the weekly guide to making the most of your savings.
Producer DAVID ROWLEY
Deputy editor ANDREW CLAYTON Editor DAVID LLOYD
The Dinka Bride
Marial had not seen the girl he had been married to for a bride-price of 80 cattle. At the time of the marriage she was with their people, the Dinka, on the flood plains of the Upper Nile in the South Sudan. Marial was studying engineering in Leeds. The problem was that, since Marial is the oldest son, none of the others in his family could marry till he was married. He had been away for four years so his family married him in his absence.
This film tells the story of Marial's brief visit home last Christmas to collect Yar, his bride. It is also the story of the personal conflicts a young man must face when he returns with a western education to a traditional life in the dust of a nomadic cattle-camp.
Film cameraman PAT O'SHEA Film editor STEVE NEWSHAM
Assistant producer SARAH ERRINGTON Producer SIMON NORMANTON
with Jan Leeming Weather
presented by The Cullberg Ballet with Galina Panov , the young ballerina who was allowed to leave Russia after a long struggle in 1974. Tonight she stars in BIRGIT CULLBERG 'S famous ballet based on AUGUST STRINDBERG'S play Miss Julie. It tells of the tragic downfall of a rich young girl who becomes infatuated with her father's valet. and artists Of THE CULLBERG BALLET Introduced by HUMPHREY BURTON
Choreographed by BIRGIT CULLBERG Music by TURE RANGSTROM
Directed by BIRGIT CULLBERG
A SWEDISH TELEVISION production (Postponed from 28 November)
Jean, the valet:
Kirstin, the cook:
Jeremy James Commentator
The United States team have been whittling away the United Kingdom's lead in this first-ever televised bridge tournament. Can they continue their rally in the llth round of the competition? The players:
Pat Davies and Nicola Gardener (UK) V Jackie Mitchell and Gail Moss (USA)
Jeremy Flint and Claude Rodrigue (UK) v
Matthew Granovetter and Neil Silverman (USA)
Designer CHRIS ROBILLARD Director JILL MARSHALL
Producer PETER BAZALGETTE
The last episode of a serial in ten parts. bV KEN TAYLOR
Although Cesare has failed in his attempt to poison his old rival, Cardinal Rovere. he believes he can control the new Pope Pius III. But Pius' reign is rapidly cut short.
The Borgias (record REP 423, cassette ZCH 428), from retailers
★ Subtitles on Ceejax page 270
The feature film starring David Bowie with Rip Torn, Candy Clark
A stranger from another planet mysteriously arrives on earth - calling himself Thomas Newton. By using his incredible intelligence and clairvoyant powers, Newton amasses a vast fortune and upsets various big business combines. Soon he is in danger of his life, through his inability to cope with the earth's atmosphere, and from the ' syndicate '. Nicolas Roeg 's controversial film gave rock star David Bowie his first major screen role.
Screenplay by paul, MAYERSBERG, based on the novel by WALTER TEVIS
Producers MICHAEL DEELEY. BARRY SPIKINGS Directed by NICOLAS ROEG (First showing on British television) Films: page 105
Thomas Jerome Newton: