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Spanish for beginners.
Presented by Alison Skilbeck and Carlos Riera
With Juan-Ignacio Macia, Fiorella Renzi, Fernando Sanchez-Polack, Antonio Cintado, Miguel Payo De Anta.

Contributors

Presenter:
Alison Skilbeck
Presenter:
Carlos Riera
Producer:
David Hargreaves
[Actor]:
Juan-Ignacio Macia
[Actress]:
Fiorella Renzi
[Actor]:
Fernando Sanchez-Polack
[Actor]:
Antonio Cintado
[Actor]:
Miguel Payo De Anta

Words by Joan Brockelsby, spoken by Michael Gwynn, Ellen Mcintosh, Daphne Rogers, Barbara Bliss.
Music by Gustav Holst performed by Dolores Cambridge and Roy Gillard
Introduced by The Rev Edwin Rhys
from St John's Church, Waterloo Road, London.

Contributors

Presenter:
The Rev Edwin Rhys
Writer:
Joan Brockelsby
Reader:
Michael Gwynn
Reader:
Ellen McIntosh
Reader:
Daphne Rogers
Reader:
Barbara Bliss
Soprano:
Dolores Cambridge
Violinist:
Roy Gillard
Producer:
R.T. Brooks

Free milk, lessons in sex, and pupil power. Bredang is a glittering new suburb outside Stockholm. Like other Stockholm suburbs it is a completely planned entity. Its two schools are part of the plan.
How do they compare with schools in this country? Should we follow the Swedish example?

Contributors

Series Producer:
Roger Owen

Regional Variations (2)

Starring Dan Dailey, Celeste Holm.

The wife of an inveterate and unsuccessful investor relies on her boarders for chicken every Sunday!
Screenplay by George Seaton and Based on the stage play by Julius J. and Philip Epstein and the book by Rosemary Taylor.
(This Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Screenplay/Director:
George Seaton
Based on the stage play by:
Julius J. Epstein
Based on the stage play by:
Philip Epstein
Based on the book by:
Rosemary Taylor
Jim Hefferen:
Dan Dailey
Emily Hefferen:
Celeste Holm
Rosemary Hefferen:
Colleen Townsend
Geoffrey Lawson:
Alan Young
Ruth:
Natalie Wood
George Kirby:
William Frawley
Millie Moon:
Connie Gilchrist

From Calgary, Canada.

Trixie Schuba of Austria, the reigning World, European and, in this Olympic year, Sapporo Gold medal winner, starts the favourite for yet another Gold medal.
But the girl certain to endear herself to the Stampede Corral audience will be the petite young American Janet Lynn, whose dazzling displays of free skating have drawn admiration from audiences around the world.
Presented by Canadian Television

Contributors

Skater:
Trixie Schuba
Skater:
Janet Lynn
Commentator:
Alan Weeks

by L. M. Montgomery
Dramatised in five parts by Julia Jones
By her prompt action in saving Minnie May's life, Anne has shown she can do more than just dream. Her determination to ignore Gilbert remains unbroken.

Contributors

Author:
L. M. Montgomery
Dramatised by:
Julia Jones
Harmonica played by:
Harry Pitch
Script Editor:
Alistair Bell
Designer:
Allan Anson
Producer:
John McRae
Director:
Joan Craft
Anne Shirley:
Kim Braden
Diana Barry:
Jan Francis
Ruby Gillis:
Kim Hardy
Jane Andrews:
Zuleika Robson
Gilbert Blythe:
Robin Halstead
Marilla Cuthbert:
Barbara Hamilton
Matthew Cuthbert:
Elliott Sullivan
Miss Stacey:
Kate Beswick
Josie Pye:
Angela Walker
Rachel Lynde:
Avis Bunnage
Pedlar:
Freddie Earlle

From St Andrew's Church, Kettering: with the Salvation Army group Good News

Ye holy angels bright (Darwall's 148th)
All creatures of our God and King (Lasst uns erfreuen)
There is a green hill (Horsley)
Come down, O love (Down Ampney)
Jesus, good above all other (Quem Pastures laudavere)
Glorious things of thee (Abbot's Leigh)
Heaven came down (Peterson)
O thou who earnest (Hereford)
Lord Jesus Christ (Living Lord)
When I survey (Rockingham)
O praise ye the Lord! (Laudate Dominum)

Contributors

Presenter:
Keith Macklin
Musicians:
Good News
Organist:
Edward Nutt
Conductor:
Harry Briggs
Prayer and Blessing:
The Rev Cedric Whiteman
Producer:
Michael Shoesmith
Series Producer:
Raymond Short

and The Goodies: Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden, Bill Oddie
and Randy Newman, Marlene Charell

BBC/ZDF co-production

(This Week's Sounds: page 10)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter/Singer:
Engelbert Humperdinck
Tim (The Goodies):
Tim Brooke-Taylor
Graeme (The Goodies):
Graeme Garden
Bill (The Goodies):
Bill Oddie
Singer:
Randy Newman
Singer:
Marlene Charell
Dancers:
The Young Generation
Choreographer:
Don Lurio
Musicians:
Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra
Musical adviser to Engelbert Humperdinck:
Laurie Holloway
Musical Arranger:
Alyn Ainsworth
Musical Arranger:
Laurie Holloway
Musical Arranger:
Alan Roper
Writer (The Goodies):
Graeme Garden
Writer (The Goodies):
Bill Oddie
Additional Material (The Goodies):
Tim Brooke-Taylor
Designer:
Chris Thompson
Designer:
Victor Meredith
Associate Producer:
Klaus Henke
Producer:
Stewart Morris

The last of three films featuring one of Hollywood's most handsome and talented actors
[Starring] Gregory Peck
with Mary Badham, Phillip Alford

A lawyer called in to defend a Negro farmworker on a charge of raping a white girl finds his principles under considerable strain.
(This Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Screenplay:
Horton Foote
Based on the novel by:
Harper Lee
Director:
Robert Mulligan
Producer:
Alan Pakula
Atticus Finch:
Gregory Peck
Scout Finch:
Mary Badham
Jem Finch:
Phillip Alford
Dill Harris:
John Megna
Sheriff Heck Tate:
Frank Overton
Miss Maudie Atkinson:
Rosemary Murphy
Tom Robinson:
Brock Peters
Calpurnia:
Estelle Evans
Mrs Dubose:
Ruth White
Judge Taylor:
Paul Fix

The first transmission in colour of this documentary film which was shot in Iceland, Holland, Belgium and London. The film includes musical performances in Antwerp, Rotterdam and The Hague, filmed on stage during actual public concerts. It also has a rehearsal and recording session in London filmed during Ashkenazy's first recording with Itzhak Perlman and a rehearsal of Stravinsky's four-hand arrangement of the Rite of Spring with Daniel Barenboim in the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London.

An Allegro film

"His personality spills out of the film... Ashkenazy's boyish charm is nicely contrasted with the high musical standards he sets himself and the layer of fatalist melancholy that colours his nature". The Daily Telegraph

(Colour)

Contributors

Pianist:
Vladimir Ashkenazy
Violinist:
Itzhak Perlman
Pianist:
Daniel Barenboim
Conductor:
Edo De Waart
Musicians:
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra
Director:
Christopher Nupen

Each Sunday four men and women who have observed the events of the week come together to discuss the issues that lie behind the news.
Tonight's topic: Television
Among those taking part are The Rt Hon Richard Crossman MP, Antony Jay
Chairman Ludovic Kennedy

Contributors

Chairman:
Ludovic Kennedy
Panellist:
The Rt Hon Richard Crossman
Panellist:
Antony Jay
Producer:
Edward Mirzoeff

BBC One London

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