with Moore Marriott Graham Moffatt rhe sleepy hamlet of rurnbotham Round prides itself on being a village without crime' - at least no arrests have been made for over ten years. Sergeant Dudfoot and his assistants are told to make an arrest soon -or be sacked!
Sergeant Dudfoot.....WILL HAY
Screenplay by MARRIOT EDGAR and VAL GUEST from a story by SIDNEY GILLIAT Produced and directed by MARCEL VARNEL o FILMS: page 21
The Food Allergy War Narrator Martin Jarvis
Horizon editor GRAHAM MASSEY Written and produced by TONY EDWARDS
Cardiff v Barbarians
The traditional Easter festival match before a capacity Arms Park crowd. Commentator
DAVID PARRY-JONES Director DEWI GRIFFITHS
Series producer HUW JONES
The last in the series
Introduced by Jeremy James with Jeremy Flint
Director LINDA MCCARTHY Producer MARK PATTERSON
Ansel Adams , who died last year, aged 82, talks to Peter Adam
Film editor JULIAN MILLER
Producer PETER ADAM
As guest of Frederick n,
King of Prussia, Bach was invited to improvise on a theme of the King's devising. The King was impressed, but Bach felt he could do better. The result was one of the masterpieces of his last decade.
MUSICA ANTIQUA KOLN
WILBERT HAZELZET (flute)
REINHARD GOEBEL (baroque violin), HAJO BASS (baroque violin), PHOEBE CARRAI (baroque violincello)
ANDREAS STAIER (harpsichord) Sound RON ALLEN. Lighting DONALD SMITH. Producer MIKE NEWMAN BBC Scotland
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Virginia McKenna Bill Travers
George Adamson , a senior game warden in Kenya, brings home three baby lion cubs, wnose mother he has shot. With his wife, Joy, he succeeds in rearing them and Joy becomes particularly attached to the smallest, Elsa.
Screenplay by GERALD L. C. COPLEY Based on the books by JOY ADAMSON Produced by SAM JAFFE , PAUL RADIN Directed by JAMES HILL
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While winter lingers, indomitable ravens nest on the bleak mountain crags. In March, the lowland air brims with birdsong; by April, woods and hedgerows have a mosaic of wild flowers. Spring has arrived - the marvellous renewal - the cycle of life revived by the sun.
Narrated by Douglas Leach
Produced by KEITH HOPKINS BBC Bristol
Jan Leeming looks at the best news pictures of the week. With subtitles. Editor ANTHONY SLADE
Lord Tonypandy in conversation with Rov Plomley
In his Cardiff bungalow, the former Speaker of the House of Commons talks to Roy about his favourite city, his favourite cathedral, his favourite sculpture and his favourite music; he also revisits his old school in the Rhondda Valley.
In addition. Lord Tonypandy recalls the Investiture of Prince Charles at
Caernarvon and his wedding at St Paul's, and the prominent part he played in both ceremonies.
Producer MICHAEL KERR
'Too operatic,' someone said in Leipzig, 'and too long!' One opinion of Bach's music, on his appointment to his last, longest and most famous post: Cantor of the City's Thomasschule ...
This film to mark the Bach tercentenary recounts the life of one of the world's greatest composers, seen from those Leipzig years and based on the records of the City Council, his employers. It's a story of Bach's fight to defend position, status, and, above all else, his music.
With Brian Cox as Bach Musical director
ROGER NORRINGTON with the LONDON BAROQUE PLAYERS (led by ROY GOODMAN ), the SCHÃTZ CHom and the boys of WESTMINSTER CATHEDRAL
CHOIR performing over 15 excerpts of Bach's music on period instruments and with the musical forces Bach would have used.
GILLIAN FISHER (soprano) STANISLAV HELLER (harpsichord solo)
PETER LE HURAY (organ) ANTHONY PLEETH (cello)
Photography COLIN WALDECK
Sound BRUCE GALLAWAY , ROB JAMES Designer DAVID MYERSCOUGH- JONES Film editor ARDAN FISHER
Written and directed by COLIN NEARS
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Bach (aged 10):
Wilhelm Friedemann aged 10:
Wilhelm Friedemann aged 16:
continues the season of films by one of Hollywood's greatest directors starring Gene Hackman John Cazale
Harry Caul is a professional eavesdropper -
'the best bugger on the West Coast'. He is also an intensely neurotic man, obsessed by his work and his own privacy. Following a particularly difficult surveillance job in San Francisco, he believes a young couple are about to be murdered. Gradually
Caul becomes enmeshed in a mystery even more complex and dangerous than he anticipates. Gene Hackman gives a magnificent performance as a man driven to near insanity in this hallucinatory work from an original screenplay by its director.
Written, produced and directed by FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA
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Prince Rainier gives his first interview since the death of Princess Grace, when tonight he invites
Russell Harty into the Royal Palace.
Motor racing's winter break has produced its usual crop of stories: Toleman's on-off season, Tyrrell's reinstatement, the Renault power struggle. But today, in Brazil, it's business as usual as 15 teams start out on an eight month long season.
A world-wide television audience of nearly 78 million will join Rio de Janeiro's excitable motor racing fans as some of the winter's questions start to be answered: can McLaren maintain their 1984 dominance, will Ayrton Senna live up to his reputation now that he's joined Lotus, and how will Brabham respond to the disappointment of last year? Murray Walker and James Hunt steer you round the 3.13 mile Jacarepagua course.
Television presentation TV Globo of Brazil