A special programme of music to bid farewell to 1982, featuring TAHIRA SAYED , MANORAMA MURTI BHUPINDER , ANIL DAVE KUMAR
Director KRISHAN could. Executive pro. ducer ASHOK RAMPAL. BBC Pebble Mill
The second of four films which were featured at Wildscreen 82
Today: Winner Technical Award
OXFORD SCIENTIFIC FILMS reveal the intriguing encounters between plants and their pollinators - a variety of animal 'go-betweens'. Narrated by BARRY PAINE
Directed by SEAN MORRIS
(The Incredible Heap tomorrow at 2.5)
with Professor Colin Blakemore
Professor of Physiology at the University of Oxford and Fellow of Magdalen College, in the Royal Institution's 153rd Annual Christmas Lectures for young people.
A series of six journeys to the edges of your own perceptual world and into the sensory worlds of other animals. 1: Making Sense
Although plants have primitive sensitivity to physical events around them, they have no brain to interpret them and to decide intelligently what to do. Even simple animals make decisions but it is a giant leap from primitive sensitivity to the perception that we enjoy.
Produced for television by BRIAN JOHNSON (The Sound of Silence tomorrow at 2.55)
also starring Rock Hudson
Dorothy Malone Joseph Cotten
The desert wastes of Mexico provide the setting for this dramatic Western featuring Kirk Douglas as an unstable killer determined to reawaken a childhood romance, and Rock Hudson intent on vengeance for the death of his brother-in-law.
Screenplay DALTON TRUMBO. based on Sun-down at Crazy Horse by HOWARD RIGSBY
Produced by EUGENE FRENKE , EDWARD LEWIS Directed by ROBERT ALDRICH. Films: p 15
(Two Weeks in Another Town tomorrow at 3.55 pm)
In this haunting Czech film of the old French fairy-tale a merchant is attacked by bandits and falls into the hands of the Beast. Only by promising his most beautiful daughter will return in his place, can he escape the Beast's palace.
Directed by JURAJ HERZ
English version by Louis ELMAN. Films: p 15 (First showing on British television)
Australia v England from Melbourne.
RICHIE BENAUD introduces highlights of the fourth day's play.
with subtitles followed by Weather
Everyone has a favourite corner of the country to which they return time and time again. For Gordon Beningfield , wildlife artist, it is Hardy's Wessex where much of old England survives untouched by time. Armed with his watercolours, he returns to the village of Powerstock, hoping to recapture the spirit of a traditional country summer in deepest Dorset.
Photography DAVID SAUNDERS Producer
PETER CRAWFORD. BBC Bristol
The first of two programmes which welcome back to Britain this popular singer/songwriter.
His concert from the Apollo Victoria Theatre, includes new songs and many of his well-known hits, among them ' Rocky Mountain high ', ' Annie's song ', ' Country roads ' and ' Perhaps love '. Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE
Lighting HUBERT CARTWRIGHT
Videotape editor MALCOLM BANTHORPE
Television presentation YVONNE LITTLEWOOD (Part 2 tomorrow at 9.0 pm)
by MRS HENRY WOOD adapted by PHILIP MACKIE , starring
England 1845. The bankrupt Earl of Mount Severn dies leaving his beautiful 18-year-old daughter Isabel penniless and East Lynne, his country house, in the possession of a rising young lawyer, Archibald Carlyle. Over the next 12 years East Lynne is to be the setting for a story of murder and deceit, star-crossed love and high tragedy in this new adaptation of one of the most popular novels of the last century.
Music composed by CHRISTOPHER GUNNING Costume designer GILL HARDIE
Designer GAVIN DAVIES.
Director DAVID GREEN
Producer COLIN SHINDLER lAn article about the making of East Lynne appears in THE LISTENER CHRISTMAS DOUBLE NUMBER: £1.00)
Earl Mount Severn:
Sister of Mercy:
Isabel Lucy Carlyle:
with Richard Baker ; Weather
The feature film starring
Paul Scofield , John McEnery
Bartleby conforms to society - but only on the surface. He dresses conventionally and even takes on a job. But underneath the fagade, he is determined to disrupt those around him.
Screenplay by ANTHONY FRIEDMAN , RODNEY CARR-SMITH
Based on the story by HERMAN MELVILLE Produced by RODNEY CARR-SMITH and ANTHONY FRIEDMAN Directed by ANTHONY FRIEDMAN. Films : p 15