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Spanish for beginners
Presented by Alison Skilbeck and Carlos Riera
with Juan-Ignacio Macia, Sagrario Sala, Miguel-Angel Aristu, Fiorella Renzi, Teofilo Calle, Josefina Del Carmen
(Book and records: page 15)

Contributors

Presenter:
Alison Skilbeck
Presenter:
Carlos Riera
[Actor]:
Juan-Ignacio Macia
[Actress]:
Sagrario Sala
[Actor]:
Miguel-Angel Aristu
[Actor]:
Fiorella Renzi
[Actor]:
Teofilo Calle
[Actor]:
Josefina Del Carmen
Director:
Carol Wiseman
Producer:
David Hargreaves

with music by Richard Hill
and contributions from Robert Rietty, John Gower, Eric Mathieson, Alan Gowdey
with the London Gabrieli Brass Ensemble and a choir from St Matthew's Church, Gillingham
Introduced by The Rev Michael Beek from St George's Church, Gravesend

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Rev. Michael Beek
Music:
Richard Hill
Performer:
Robert Rietty
Performer:
John Gower
Performer:
Eric Mathieson
Performer:
Alan Gowdey
Musicians:
The London Gabrieli Brass Ensemble
Singers:
Choir from St Matthew's Church, Gillingham
Producer:
R.T. Brooks

With Professor Nicholas Kurti, FRS, at the Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford

In the lab we can cool materials below the temperature of outer space. Things behave strangely here and everything slows down. It's a physicist's playground but are there any practical uses for these very low temperatures?

Contributors

Presenter:
Professor Nicholas Kurti
Director:
Jeremy Johnston
Producer:
Michael Garrod

Starring Walter Pidgeon, Maureen O'Hara, Donald Crisp, Anna Lee, Roddy McDowall

A new season of feature films from some of the world's best-selling novels, beginning today with Richard Llewellyn's famous saga of life in a small Welsh mining village. The hopes, the triumphs and the disasters of the large Morgan family are recalled by Huw, its youngest member.
(This Week's Films: p 11. Next Sunday: James Hilton's Random Harvest)

Contributors

Author:
Richard Llewellyn
Director:
John Ford
Mr Griffydd:
Walter Pidgeon
Angharad:
Maureen O'Hara
Gwilym Morgan:
Donald Crisp
Bronwen:
Anna Lee
Huw:
Roddy McDowall
Ianto:
John Loder
Mrs Morgan:
Sara Allgood
Cyfartha:
Barry Fitzgerald
Ivor:
Patric Knowles
Ceinwen:
Ann Todd

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

Tom's first term at Rugby is over. Flashman's bullying has failed to break his spirit but Tom is not deceived. He knows that when school reassembles he will once more be the target for Flashman's cunning and cruelty.

Contributors

Writer:
Anthony Steven
Based on the novel by:
Thomas Hughes
Script Editor:
Alistair Bell
Designer:
Paul Allen
Producer:
John McRae
Director:
Gareth Davies
Tom Brown:
Anthony Murphy
Ned East:
Simon Turner
Flashman:
Richard Morant
Diggs:
David Hampshire
Reverend Bird:
Geoffrey Edwards
Darcy:
Christopher Guard
Dr Arnold:
Iain Cuthbertson
Coates:
Christopher Moran
Willoughby:
Simon Conrad
Madman Martin:
Robin Langford
Sir Reginald Harcourt:
Lindsay Campbell
Brooke:
Barry Stokes
Sunning:
Richard Gibson
Cuthbertson:
Mark Rogers
Denning:
Sean Bury
Harker:
Mark Jefferis
Ransome:
Michael Andrews
Reverend Anstey:
Davyd Harries
Mr Lupin:
John Cross
Druce:
John Hug
Cully Redman:
Dan Meaden
Rosy Redman:
Valerie Holliman
Urchin:
Jeremy Baker

Regional Variations (2)

Told by Laurens van der Post
A three-part study of the life and work of the great Swiss pioneer of modern psychology.

Jung's work as a psychiatrist. His interpretation of dreams. Travels in Africa. The building of his Tower by the lake at Bollingen, a sanctuary of stone where he felt himself to be 'outside time.'

Contributors

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

Regional Variations (2)

Dechrau Canu, Dechrau Canmol

BBC One Wales

from St James Parish Church, Louth, Lincolnshire with local church choirs, school choirs and Louth Choral Society
Introduced by Geoffrey Wheeler

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Geoffrey Wheeler
Singers:
Louth Choral Society
Conductor:
Peter Burness
Organist:
Craig Pillans
Prayer and Blessing:
Rev. Michael Adie
Producer:
Stewart Cross
Director:
Hazel Lewthwaite
Series Producer:
Raymond Short

Written by Eddie Braben
starring Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise
Eric and Ernie's special guests Ian Carmichael, Matt Monro, Kiki Dee, Peter and Alex
featuring Ann Hamilton
with Charles Rayford, Melanie Fraser and Janet Webb

(first shown on BBC2)
(Colour)

Contributors

Writer:
Eddie Braben
Orchestra Director:
Peter Knight
Designer:
Bernard Lloyd-Jones
Producer:
John Ammonds
Comedian:
Eric Morecambe
Comedian:
Ernie Wise
Guest:
Ian Carmichael
Singer:
Matt Monro
Singer:
Kiki Dee
Singers:
Peter and Alex
[Actress]:
Ann Hamilton
[Actor]:
Charles Rayford
[Actress]:
Melanie Fraser
[Actress]:
Janet Webb

[Starring] James Mason
the first of two films featuring one of Britain's most versatile actors, with Cedric Hardwicke, Jessica Tandy, Luther Adler

After the defeat at El Alamein, Rommel, the 'Desert Fox,' is relieved of his command and returns to Germany. Here he is asked to join the group of officers planning to assassinate Hitler.

(The 'mellow' Mr Mason: page 6); (This Week's Films: page 11)

Contributors

Director:
Henry Hathaway
Rommel:
James Mason
Dr Karl Strolin:
Cedric Hardwicke
Frau Rommel:
Jessica Tandy
Hitler:
Luther Adler
General Burgdorf:
Everett Sloane
Von Rundstedt:
Leo G. Carroll
Aldinger:
Richard Boone

Regional Variations (2)

Duration: 15 minutes

on BBC One West

The latest national and international news from the BBC, followed by the weather.

A music documentary on the Glenn Miller Sound
An unashamed wallow in one of the finest big band sounds of the late 30s and early 40s
Introduced by Humphrey Lyttelton and Benny Green
with The Syd Lawrence Orchestra, Danny Street, The Skylarks, Nat Peck, Franklin Engelmann and the Glenn Miller Society

Recreating the rhythms, counterpoint, and orchestrations that not only evoke the past but still catch the ear of today.

Contributors

Presenter:
Humphrey Lyttelton
Presenter:
Benny Green
Musicians:
The Syd Lawrence Orchestra
Singer:
Danny Street
Singers:
The Skylarks
Trombonist:
Nat Peck
Interviewee:
Franklin Engelmann
Musicians:
The Glenn Miller Society
Director:
Rodney Greenberg
Producer:
Kenneth Corden

BBC One London

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