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Stars Basil in "Private Eyes"
featuring Derek Fowlds
with special guest Gilbert O'Sullivan
and Tim Barrett, Harold Berens, Peter Elliot, Dickie Martyn, Billy Maxam, Bina Shivdasani

Contributors

Script:
George Martin
Music:
The Bert Hayes Sextet
Designer:
Valerie Warrender
Producer:
Ernest Maxin
Presenter:
Derek Fowlds
Singer:
Gilbert O'Sullivan
[Actor]:
Tim Barrett
[Actor]:
Harold Berens
[Actor]:
Peter Elliot
[Actor]:
Dickie Martyn
[Actor]:
Billy Maxam
[Actress]:
Bina Shivdasani

Regional Variations (3)

Owen MD: Part 2

BBC One Wales

Film of the Book: Love is a Many-Splendored Thing

BBC One London

Duration: 1 hour, 38 minutes

on BBC One London

Romantic drama in which the love between a young Eurasian woman and a married American journalist survives against all the odds. Show more

Contributors

Mark Elliott:
William Holden
Dr Han Suyin:
Jennifer Jones
Humphrey Palmer-Jones:
Torin Thatcher
Adeline Palmer-Jones:
Isobel Elsom
Dr John Keith:
Murray Matheson
Anne Richards:
Virginia Gregg
Robert Hung:
Richard Loo
Nora Hung:
Soo Yong
Third Uncle:
Philip Ahn
Director:
Henry King

Julie Andrews sings and dances her way through three classic Disney numbers 'When you wish upon a star,' It's a small world' and 'Zip-a-dee Doo-dah' in a spectacular special programme from The Grand Opening of Walt Disney World, the new holiday play-ground in Florida.
Joining the celebrations are:
Arthur Fiedler and the World Symphony Orchestra
'Music Man' Meredith Willson conducting a 1,076-piece marching band and Jonathan Winters together with a host of everyone's favourite Disney characters.

Contributors

Singer/Performer:
Julie Andrews
Musicians:
The World Symphony Orchestra
Orchestra Conductor:
Arthur Fiedler
Band Conductor:
Meredith Willson
Comedian:
Jonathan Winters
Executive Producer:
Ron Miller
Executive Producer:
Bill Walsh
Producer:
Robert Scheerer

For the first time in this country BBC Television brings you one of the world's greatest ice shows featuring: Donald McPherson, Haus and Haeffner, Richard Callaghan, Ann-Margaret Frei, Teri Tucker, Mitsuko Funakoshi and a colourful skating ballet of 30 glamorous girls.
The spectacular productions invite you to:
Light Up the Skies
Go Fasching in Munchen
Take the children on a Holiday in Alaska
Join the Beach Party
Televised by arrangement with Skee Goodhart for International Holiday on Ice Co.

Contributors

Skater:
Donald McPherson
Skaters:
Haus and Haeffner
Skater:
Richard Callaghan
Skater:
Ann-Margaret Frei
Skater:
Teri Tucker
Skater:
Mitsuko Funakoshi
Choreographer:
Ted Shuffle
Executive Producer for Holiday on Ice:
Morris Chalfen
TV Producer:
Alan Mouncer.
TV Producer:
Don Sayer

"Everybody in our society is brain-washed to look at the world from the point of view of the question How. But I'm an old-fashioned fellow and trying to fight for the question Why."
A series of programmes which question the real issues behind the news and some of the assumptions on which people base their lives.

Contributors

Presenter:
Malcolm Muggeridge
Producer:
Peter Chafer

Regional Variations (2)

Dechrau Canu, Dechrau Canmol

BBC One Wales

from the Methodist Central Hall, Carlisle with local church choirs and Stanwix Junior School Choir conducted by Marjorie Roe.

Rejoice, the Lord is King! (Gopsal)
Standing at the portal (Fylde)
Come let us use the grace divine (Belmont)
Old Mister Noah (Nina Perry)
Father, hear the prayer we offer (Peter Seivewright)
The Lord's my Shepherd (Crimond)
O for a closer walk with God (Stracathro)
We have danced along (Geoffrey Beaumont)
With gladness we worship (Datchet)
Ye servants of God (Laudate Dominum)

(Colour)

Contributors

Singers:
Stanwix Junior School Choir
Choir Conductor:
Marjorie Roe
Conductor:
Anthony Peacock
Organist:
John Lawson
Prayer and Blessing:
The Rev Brian Fitzpatrick
Producer:
Andrew Barr
Director:
Hazel Lewthwaite
Series Producer:
Raymond Short

Regional Variations (2)

Presenting Lena Martell

BBC One Scotland

with Danny La Rue
Old-Time Music-Hall from the stage of the Famous City Varieties Theatre, Leeds (by arrangement with Stanley and Michael Joseph)
presenting Ray Alan and Lord Charles, Jerry and Montigny, Toni Palmer, Pepito Alvarez, Will Gaines, Mary Preston
Members of the Players Theatre, London: Eleanor McCready, Denis Martin, Tony Bateman, Eric Vietheer, Michael Darbyshire, Dudley Stevens, Jonathan Dennis
Chairman Leonard Sachs.
Pantomime script written by Barry Cryer.

(Danny La Rue and Toni Palmer are appearing in "Danny La Rue at the Palace," and at Danny La Rue's Club, London)
(Radio Times People: page 5)
(Colour)

Contributors

Drag artist:
Danny La Rue
Ventriloquist:
Ray Alan
Comedians:
Jerry and Montigny
Performer:
Toni Palmer
Juggler:
Pepito Alvarez
Tap Dancer:
Will Gaines
Performer:
Mary Preston
Singer/Dancer:
Eleanor McCready
Singer/Dancer:
Denis Martin
Singer/Dancer:
Tony Bateman
Singer/Dancer:
Eric Vietheer
Singer/Dancer:
Michael Darbyshire
Singer/Dancer:
Dudley Stevens
Singer/Dancer:
Jonathan Dennis
Chairman:
Leonard Sachs
Musical Director:
Bernard Herrmann
Choreographer:
Doreen Hermitage
Pantomime script written by:
Barry Cryer
Producer:
Barney Colehan

[Starring] Dirk Bogarde
The first of three films featuring one of Britain's most distinguished actors
with Samantha Eggar, James Robertson Justice, Mylene Demongeot

Now Sir Lancelot Spratt's colleague, Simon Sparrow's good looks still cause havoc among the opposite sex and get him into the most impossible scrapes.
(Fox wanted to call me Ricardo: page 6; This Week's Films: page 9

Contributors

Director:
Ralph Thomas
Simon Sparrow:
Dirk Bogarde
Delia:
Samantha Eggar
Sir Lancelot Spratt:
James Robertson Justice
Sonja:
Mylene Demongeot
Iris:
Barbara Murray
Major Ffrench:
Donald Houston
Mrs Parry:
Jessie Evans
Mrs Whittaker:
Ann Lynn
Heilbronn:
Leo McKern
Dr Stewart:
Rodney Cardiff
Blacker:
Dennis Price
Passenger:
Fenella Fielding
Genevieve:
Jill Adams
Grimes:
Paul Whitsun Jones
Bradby:
Michael Flanders
Corsetier:
Frank Finlay
Rona:
Amanda Barrie

by Don Taylor
[Starring] John Neville, Polly James, Anne Stallybrass

1665 - the year of The Plague. John Milton, already an outcast in Restoration London because of his political past, flees to Chalfont St Giles with his third wife and three daughters in search of peace.

Contributors

Writer/Director:
Don Taylor
Make-up:
Elizabeth Moss
Costume:
Valerie Spooner
Designer:
Judy Steele
Film Cameraman:
Elmer Cossey
Film Editor:
Roger Crittenden
John Milton:
John Neville
Mary Milton/Mary Powell Milton:
Polly James
Elizabeth Milton:
Anne Stallybrass
Anne Milton:
Rosemary McHale
Deborah Milton:
Jane Hayden
Andrew Marvell:
Alan Rowe
Oliver Cromwell:
Bernard Hepton
[Actor]:
John Woodnutt
[Actor]:
Preston Lockwood
[Actor]:
Rhoda Lewis
[Actor]:
John Garrie
[Actor]:
Walter Sparrow
[Actor]:
Cyril Cross

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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