Story: Sam's Woolly Hat
Written by DOROTHY EDWARDS
Presenters Carol Chell , Ben Bazell
The Last Great Race on Earth
The 1,200 mile Alaska Dog Sled Race from Anchorage to Nome. Narrator Ian Wooldridge
Producer TONY SALMON
Series editors ,
ANTHONY ISAACS , PETER JONBS
The daredevil comedian of Hollywood's Golden Age in a holiday season of his classic feature films.
The Kid Brother
As the timid son of a tough Sheriff, Harold badly wants a chance to be a hero. After a string of chaotic adventures in this highly comic western, he wins the day - and the girl.
Directed by TED wilde
TV version produced by BOB HOAG
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Bjorn Borg came to Wimbledon this year to try to win his sixth consecutive title. In the semi-final against Jimmy Connors he came close to defeat in a match full of excellence and excitement. The final was a different story. John McEnroe won his first Wimbledon singles title and ended a remarkable run of victories by a great sportsman.
Introduced by GERALD Williams
Television presentation by FRED VINER
Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Painting by Numbers
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to fly between the skyscrapers of a city centre? ... to take a trip through Saturn's rings? ... or walk around inside a molecule of DNA? Well, with ' computer graphics' you can ... For the artist it's a new way to paint; for the scientist to understand data; and for anyone to play more elaborate space-invaders style games, or to control dangerous or impossible events ... Narrator PAUL VAUGHAN
Editor GRAHAM MASSET
Written and produced by ALEC NISBETT
Mario Lanza , Ann Blyth
The poor boy who becomes a star is one of Hollywood's favourite stories, so MGM went to town with this biopic of the Naples urchin transformed into the greatest singer in the world. Enrico Caruso was an opera singer, but this evergreen musical also includes popular favourites Ave Maria' and ' Because
Screenplay by SONYA LEVIEN and WILLIAM LUDWIG Produced by JOE PASTERNAK Directed by RICHARD THORPE Films: page 105
Jean de Reszke:
Caruso (as a boy):
with Richard Baker and with subtitles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather
This week's theme: Music
Annibale Carracci (1560-1609) Roman Landscape
Dahlem Museum, Berlin Written and narrated by DAVID PIPER
Director MICHAEL SANDERS
(Tomorrow: Rousseau - The Sleeping Gypsy)
The Royal Institution Christmas Lectures for Young People
A series of six lectures on the theme of measurement given by Professor R.V. Jones, F.R.S.
Measurement enables us to express our observation of objects in precise terms by converting into numbers. Using these numbers, be they inches, feet or millimetres, it is possible to duplicate exactly something we have measured in another place at another time. Without this capability our modern, industrial society could not have evolved.
(Part 2 tomorrow at 7.0 pm)
Produced for television by:
Barry Norman presents a lighthearted look back at 1981 and tests the memories of Graeme Garden , Diane Harron Derek Jameson , Miles Kington
Richard Stilgoe and Jane Walmsley in the quiz-of-the-news-of-the-year,
Designer DEREK NICE
Research JENNIE DAVIES
GLEN DAVIS , NIGEL PARRY JONES Studio director ROY CHAPMAN
Producer COLIN GOODMANBBC Bristol
The Long Exile
Alter more than 40 years exile in America, Picasso's monumental painting Guernica finally arrived this September at the Prado Museum, Madrid. The great Spanish painter insisted it should return only when democracy was restored to his homeland. The picture was inspired by the devastation of a small Basque town called Guernica during the Spanish Civil War. We talk to survivors of that terrible day in 1937; we hear of the cliff-hanger negotiations to bring the painting back home and we look in detail at this puzzling and powerful masterpiece.
Rostrum camera KEN morse Film editor ARDAN FISHER
Producer LESLIE MEGAHEY
also starring Shirley MacLaine with LOU JACOBI and BRUCE YARNELL When Gendarme Nestor Patou pulls a one-man raid on a Parisian home of ill-repute, he is unfortunate enough to include in his bag the Chief of Police. Also included in his catch is the beautiful and brash ' lady of the night' Irma La Douce.
Screenplay by BILLY WILDER , i. A. L. DIAMOND based on the play by ALEXANDRE BREFFORT Produced and directed by BILLY WILDER Films: page 105
Irma La Douce:
Kiki the Cossack GRACE:
Ruth And Jane
Mimi the Maumau: