A series about families and their houses The Mallinsons
A Miner's Terraced House in Yorkshire
'Living in Grimethorpe you can't ignore the pit.' Indeed the pithead towers over the terraced house where Lucy Mallinson brought up nine children. But only Lucy, son Slogger and daughter Joan live in the house now.
Production assistant DORIS DWIGHT Directed and produced by DAVID PEARSON (R)
Gary Busey with Don Stroud
Charles Martin Smith The 'true' story of one of the greatest and most enduring of America's popular musicians - Buddy Holly , who was killed in a plane crash aged only 22. He had achieved international fame with such songs as 'Peggy Sue', 'That'll be the day' and 'Well alright'. These and other hits are featured in the movie, which follows the tragically short life of the superstar. Gary Busey 's performance won him an Oscar nomination.
Screenplay by ROBERT GITTLER Produced by FRED BAUER Directed by STEVE RASH
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Maria Elena Holly:
with Steve Blacknell
Actor, author and lance-bombardier Spike Milligan gets a chance to sound off about his broad musical taste: from Boy George to Jerry Lee Lewis and Bix Beiderbecke. Director DOMINIC BRIGSTOCKE Producer JON PLOWMAN (R)
The Story of Britain Royal Builders and Collectors told in ten parts by Huw Wheldon
9: Edward VII and the House of Windsor
The story of Sandringham, which was bought as a country retreat for Edward VII and which remains a royal home, is traced by Sir Huw Wheldon. He also visits
Holyroodhouse which George V opened up for state visits to Edinburgh, and describes in loving detail the magnificent Dolls House which was made for Queen Mary. A favourite home of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother is still Royal Lodge. Windsor Great Park. Sir Huw evokes the great happiness which she shared with George VI.
Historical adviser J. H. PLUMB
Associate producer ANN TURNER Producer MICHAEL GILL (R)
Paul Daniels goes with Anneka Rice to investigate witchcraft and 'things that go bump in the night' in the appropriate settings of Glastonbury Tor and Wookey Hole.
He also introduces, from
America, his studio guests with their remarkable skills: the popular ventriloquial comedy team, Willie Tyler and Lester and, playing music like you never heard before, Artis the Spoonman.
Featuring Debbie McGee Musical director KEN JONES
Programme associate AL1 BONGO Technical consultant GIL LEANEY Director DAVID TAYLOR
Produced by JOHN FISHER
The Gateway Masters Bowls Tournament from Beach House Park, Worthing
Eight of the best flat green bowlers in the world have come together in Worthing for this ninth series of Jack High.
The players are divided into two groups of four and initially play on a 'round robin' basis with the top two from each group going forward to the semi-finals.
In tonight's match the most phenomenal bowler of them all, DAVID BRYANT. starts the I defence of his title. i Commentators
DAVID VINE, DAVID RHYS JONES Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
by Adrian Henri after a story by Ryunosoke Akutagawa
Sunlight. Strawberries. Champagne. The perfect lover's tryst. Or is it?
A stranger intrudes. A mysterious business deal.
Passions run high and a man dies. Who is innocent and who is telling the truth? Who do you believe?
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From Stories By:
Ryunosuke Akutagawa: The Roshomon
Vision Control Supervisor:
Donald MacCormick and Olivia O'Leary present the reports and interviews behind the main stories of the day. Ian Smith and Jenni Murray with a round-up of the news from home and abroad.
The Golden Rule
Bernard Shaw was sceptical about the worth of golden rules. What then should he made of rules aimed at designers and inventors? Produced by JOHN STRATFORD