Story: Captain Creek
The last of three programmes 1570-30 BC
Palaces, pomp and ceremony. Tombs, treasure and ritual. These are the stuff of ancient Egypt. We know much of the exalted and their role, but what of those who designed the fabulous treasures and built the breathtaking monuments? Concluding his journey through the ancient world, John Romer visits Deir el Medina, the town of the craftsmen.
Music by DAVE BROOKS
Film editor peter SYMES
from the New Course, Sunningdale The fourth of six programmes
Peter Alliss plays golf and talks with well-known people. His guest today is Sir Harry Secombe
(Repeat. Next Tuesday, Peter Alliss 's guest is Dan Maskell )
starring Warner Oland with Boris Karloff and Keye Luke A famous prima donna and her admirer are both murdered backstage at the opera: a case obviously not for Groucho Marx but for our favourite Chinese detective. Also featured is the additional attraction of Boris Karloff as the initial suspect-an escaped lunatic with an unusual secret ...
Screenplay by SCOTT DARLING and CHARLES S. BELDEN Produced by JOHN STONE
Directed by H. BRUCE HUMBERSTONE Films: page 23
Mme Lilhe Rochelle:
Mme Lucretia Barelli:
with subtitles, followed by Weather
Peter Powell opens another issue of the electronic magazine live from Studio A in Manchester. Music from Soft Cell and a debut appearance from Edinburgh band First Priority. Dick Witts presents his own view of current art, arts and artists. And Honor Wilson reports the news, stories and issues of the week.
Director JULIET MAY
Producer PETER HAMILTON
Letters to ORS, PO Box 27, Manchester M60 1SJ
1: Alfred Eisenstaedt
This is the first in a series of six conversations With some of the grand old master photographers of this century.
Alfred Eisenstaedt , now 85 years old, has been called the father of photo-journalism, the man who invented the candid camera. During the 60 years of his photographic life, first in his native Germany and later in America, he has photographed more famous people than any other photographer. No fewer than 90 covers of Life magazine have carried his pictures. But the cold statistics say little about the formidable record of his work. It is a testimony of events and people who shaped much of our present life. Talking in his New York office to Peter Adam , he picks out a few from the vast number of portraits of writers, musicians, film stars and politicians. They range from Richard Strauss and Toscanini to Marlene Dietrich and Marilyn Monroe , from Churchill and Shaw to Hitler and Thomas Mann. Many people are familiar with his most famous pictures, but few know the face of the man who took them.
Film editor JEFF SHAW Producer peter ADAM
The television weekly review presented by Ludovic Kennedy , who discusses Alastair Burnet 's first TV Eye (Thames), Pot Black 83 (BBC2) and Dynasty (BBC1) with TV-am's Good Morning Britain presenter David Frost , BBCtv's Frank Bough and Cosmopolitan writer Irma Kurtz.
Plus a look at the studios and the people who hope to bring Breakfast TV to our screens.
Assistant producer STEPHEN garrett Director CLARE PATERSON Producer JOHN ARCHER
First of six new programmes
Majorca is a mecca for package-holiday sun-worshippers. But how many tourists see the rainbow-coloured bee-eaters, the elegant black-winged stilts or the ospreys and falcons which swoop the island's skies?
Narrator DOUGLAS LEACH
Photography ROBIN CRANE
Film editor MICHAEL STEVENS ProducedbykeithHopkins
BBC2 Snooker Championship
The second frame in the series of 15 programmes for the 1983 Pot Black trophy.
Featuring in Group 2:
Alex Higgins (N. Ireland), the reigning World Champion against Tony Knowles (Bolton), 1982 Jameson International Champion. Pot Black is one of the few titles ALEX ' 'HURRICANE' HIGGINS has yet to win. TONY KNOWLES - a quarter-finalist in the 1982 World Championship-makes his first appearance in the competition.
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee JOHN WILLIAMS Commentator TED LOWE
(The third frame is next Monday)
Dramatised by THOMAS ELLICE from a story by ARTHUR SCHNITZLER With
When her father falls into debt, it is left to the beautiful Fraulein Else to save the family name. Perhaps the wealthy family friend
Von Dorsday will help? A fashionable, Italian Alpine resort in 1912 is the setting for Else's dilemma.
Costume designer MICHAEL BURDLE Make-up artist ELIZABETH moss Studio lighting DEREK SLEE
Designer DAVID MYERSCOUGH-JONES
Producer TERRY COLES. Director BILL HAYS
Frau kiein; ::
The second of two flights takes Sid Perou through the landscape of Yorkshire's three peaks to a dramatic arrival in Wensleydale.
JOHN TUSA , PETER SNOW and DONALD MACCORMICK , With JOAN BAKEWELL and LINDA ALEXANDER
(Happy New Year) starring
Lino Ventura , Franchise Fabian
It is the last day of 1973. A Man and a Woman is being shown in a prison as a holiday treat. After the film, three men are paroled. As one of them, Simon, tries to pick up the threads of his life, he thinks back to 1966: the year he planned an audacious jewel robbery.
Guest appearance by MIREILLE MATHIEU
Written, produced, photographed and directed by CLAUDE LELOUCH. Films: p 23 A French film with English subtitles