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Spanish for beginners
Presented by Alison Skilbeck and Carlos Riera

with Juan-Ignacio Macia, Sagrario Sala, Miguel-Angel Aristu, Teofilo Calle, Miguel Penaranda, Josefina Del Carmen, Cristina Roura, Miguel Payo De Anta

Contributors

Presenter:
Alison Skilbeck
Presenter:
Carlos Riera
Producer:
David Hargreaves
[Actor]:
Juan-Ignacio Macia
[Actress]:
Sagrario Sala
[Actor]:
Miguel-Angel Aristu
[Actor]:
Teofilo Calle
[Actor]:
Miguel Penaranda
[Actor]:
Josefina Del Carmen
[Actress]:
Cristina Roura
[Actor]:
Miguel Payo De Anta

from St Salvator's Chapel, University of St Andrews
Conducted by the chaplain, The Rev Robin Buchanan-Smith
BBC Scotland

Contributors

Service conducted by:
The Rev Robin Buchanan-Smith
Guest Preacher:
Tom Fleming
Master of Music:
Cedric Thorpe Davie, OBE
Television Presentation:
Ralph Smith

Military genius or military dictator? Bloodthirsty regicide or religious fanatic?Ambitious plotter for political power or leader of bourgeois revolution? What was Cromwell really like and what was he trying to do?
Introduced by Professor A. H. Woolrych

Contributors

Presenter:
Professor A. H. Woolrych
Director:
Bryn Brooks
Producer:
Howard Smith

The second of two films featuring Glenn Miller and his Orchestra
Starring George Montgomery, Ann Rutherford
with Lynn Bari, Carole Landis, Cesar Romero

The late Glenn Miller and his orchestra playing such nostalgic numbers as 'I've Got a Girl in Kalamazoo,' and 'Serenade in Blue.'
(This Weeks Films: page 11)

Contributors

Director:
Archie Mayo
Bill Abbott:
George Montgomery
Connie:
Ann Rutherford
Gene Morrison:
Glenn Miller
Jaynie:
Lynn Bari
Natalie:
Carole Landis
Sinjin:
Cesar Romero
Elsie:
Virginia Gilmore
Caroline:
Mary Beth Hughes
Musicians:
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra

Written in five parts by Anthony Steven
Based on the novel by Thomas Hughes

The customary blanket-tossing inflicted on new boys at Rugby turns to grief.

Contributors

Writer:
Anthony Steven
Based on the novel by:
Thomas Hughes
Script Editor:
Alistair Bell
Designer:
Paul Allen
Producer:
John McRae
Director:
Gareth Davies
Dr Arnold:
Iain Cuthbertson
Brooke:
Barry Stokes
Clement:
Robin Halstead
Matron:
Pamela Duncan
Tom Brown:
Anthony Murphy
Ned East:
Simon Turner
Sunning:
Richard Gibson
Cuthbertson:
Mark Rogers
Denning:
Sean Bury
Harker:
Mark Jefferis
Flashman:
Richard Morant
Darcy:
Christopher Guard
Reverend Bird:
Geoffrey Edwards
Coates:
Christopher Morgan
Willoughby:
Simon Conrad
Diggs:
David Hampshire
Cully Redman:
Dan Meaden
Rosy Redman:
Valerie Holliman
Thomas:
Edward Palmer
Reverend Anstey:
Davyd Harries
Madman Martin:
Robin Langford
Sir Richard Flashman:
Gerald Flood

Regional Variations (3)

Colofn a Sylfaen y Gwirionedd

BBC One Wales

One Man's View

BBC One Scotland

Told by Laurens van der Post
A three-part study of the life and work of the great Swiss pioneer of modern psychology, who tried in his work to reconcile science and religion and who brought new insight to both.

Jung's childhood and student years. A dream and a vision. His work with mental patients. Jung and Freud.

Contributors

Narrator:
Laurens van Der Post
Film Cameraman:
John McGlashan
Sound Recordist:
Christopher King
Film Editor:
Les Newman
Producer:
Jonathan Stedall

Regional Variations (2)

Appeal by Stanley Pritchard

BBC One Scotland

appeals for Children in Need of Help
Many thousands of children are helped each year through this BBC appeal. Donations are distributed on the advice of the BBC's Appeals Advisory Committees. Charitable organisations requiring further information may write to [address removed]
Address for donations, preferably by crossed PO or cheque, to: [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
Barbara Mullen

from The Mid Kirk, Greenock with local church and town choirs
Introduced by Ronald Falconer

God reveals his presence (Arnsberg)
Come let us to the Lord our God (Kedron)
Sound the battle-cry! (Sherwin)
Thine is the glory (Maccabaeus)
The Christ-child's lullaby (trad)
Lo! He comes with clouds descending (Helmsley)
Come, children, join to sing (George Parkhill)
Hark how th' adoring hosts above (Desert)
O come let us sing (Donald Swann)
Dear Lord and Father (Repton)
Christ is made the sure foundation (Westminster Abbey)

(BBC Scotland)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Ronald Falconer
Conductor:
Ian McCrorie
Organist:
George Parkhill
Director:
Ralph Smith
Producer:
James Dey
Series Producer:
Raymond Short

Written by Eddie Braben
Starring Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise
Eric and Ernie's guests: Trio Athenee, Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen, Design
featuring Ann Hamilton
with Rex Rashley, Gerald Case and Janet Webb

Contributors

Writer:
Eddie Braben
Orchestra directed by:
Peter Knight
Designer:
Brian Tregidden
Producer:
John Ammonds
Comedian:
Eric Morecambe
Comedian:
Ernie Wise
Musicians:
Trio Athenee
Musicians:
Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen
Musicians:
null Design
[Actress]:
Ann Hamilton
[Actor]:
Rex Rashley
[Actor]:
Gerald Case
[Actress]:
Janet Webb

by Moliere
English version by Richard Wilbur
A Play of the Month presentation starring Michael Hordern, Michael Craig, John Standing

A brilliantly witty satire, in which the hero strips a family of its wealth and virtue, Tartuffe was banned from public performance for five years by Louis XIV.
(David Nettheim is in 'Canterbury Tales' at the Phoenix Theatre, London)

Contributors

Author:
null Moliere
English version by:
Richard Wilbur
Dances arranged by:
Geraldine Stephenson
Costumes:
Rita Reekie
Lighting:
Robert Wright
Script Editor:
Rosemary Hill
Designer:
Fanny Taylor
Producer:
Cedric Messina
Director:
Basil Coleman
Moliere and Officer:
David Nettheim
Madame Pernelle:
Mary Morris
Flipote:
Jill Easter
Elmire:
Toby Robins
Dorine:
Patricia Routledge
Damis:
Nicholas Young
Mariane:
Belinda Carroll
Cleante:
John Standing
Orgon:
Michael Craig
Valere:
Nicholas Jones
Tartuffe:
Michael Hordern
Loyal:
John Barrett

Regional Variations (2)

O'r Neuadd Gyngerdd

BBC One Wales

Today, the once quiet cathedral town of Amiens manufactures motor tyres, has a new university and since 1966 has provided the people of Picardy with a handsome multi-purpose arts centre.
Always open and open to all, the Maison de la Culture has a first-class restaurant, a much patronised, discotheque, a library, a 400-seat cinema, a 1,200-seat theatre and a dynamic resident company, The Ballet Theatre Contemporain. This film looks at two typical weeks in the Maison's continual programme of plays, films, dance companies, exhibitions and concerts with extracts from performances by Ballet Theatre Contemporain and For Children
Les Marionettes Theatrales in 'The Love of Three Oranges'
Theatre 'Antigone' by Bertolt Brecht
Film 'In the Year of the Pig' by Emile de Antonio
Music Orchestre des Concerts Pasdeloup conductor Gerard de Vos
Harpsichord Recital Huguette Gremy-Chauliac
Exhibitions 20th-century Czech Tapestries Abstract designs by Tuan
Photographs by Bourdin, Hiro, Moon and Newton
Written and spoken by Jim Douglas Henry

(Colour)

Contributors

Dancers:
Ballet Theatre Contemporain
Author (Antigone):
Bertolt Brecht
Director (In the Year of the Pig):
Emile de Antonio
Musicians:
Orchestre des Concerts Pasdeloup
Conductor:
Gerard de Vos
Harpsichordist:
Huguette Gremy-Chauliac
Designs:
null Tuan
Film Cameraman:
John McGlashan
Film Recordist:
Mike Savage
Film Editor:
Paul Humfress
Writer/Narrator:
Jim Douglas Henry
Director:
Tom Taylor
Producer:
Margaret Dale

Regional Variations (2)

Braden's Week

BBC One Scotland

Round off the weekend with Michael Parkinson and his guests
plus The Harry Stoneham Five
(Monday 7.3 pm Radio 2: After Seven)

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Parkinson
Musicians:
The Harry Stoneham Five
Designer:
John Stout
Director:
John Burrowes
Producer:
Richard Drewett

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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