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Royal Institution Lectures Be Mine (Part 1)
Finding a home is a problem for animals as well as humans. David Attenborough shows how animals find and defend their homes and then seek a mate.
Director MARTIN L. BELL Producer ALAN SLEATH

Contributors

Unknown:
David Attenborough
Director:
Martin L. Bell
Producer:
Alan Sleath

For their spring half-term holiday earlier this year over 100 boys and girls left the plains of Lincolnshire for a skiing expedition in the mountains of the Massif Central in France. This is the story of their experiences.
Film editor jim TOBIN
Film cameraman JIM SAUNDERS
Producer BRIAN HAWKINS (from Bristol)

Contributors

Editor:
Jim Tobin
Unknown:
Jim Saunders
Producer:
Brian Hawkins

One of the most popular zoo animals in the world is the Giant Panda. Woolly versions play a part in every nursery; real-life versions play an important part in world politics. In this programme BOB WELLlNGS examines the panda phenomenon with Dr Desmond Morris and shows the most extraordinary film of pandas so far seen in this country.
Script STUART WILKINSON
Film editor BARRY JOHNSTON Producer RONALD WEBSTER Editor MICHAEL BUNCE

Contributors

Unknown:
Bob Welllngs
Unknown:
Dr Desmond Morris
Script:
Stuart Wilkinson
Editor:
Barry Johnston
Producer:
Ronald Webster
Editor:
Michael Bunce

New adventures of the enchanting Samantha and her mere mortal husband Darrin, starring Elizabeth Montgomery as Samantha ,Dick York as Darrin ,Agnes Moorehead as Endora
Today: Samantha Fights City Hall ... and melts a stony heart.

Contributors

Samantha:
Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin:
Dick York
Endora:
Agnes Moorehead

Introduced by Tony Gubba
Racing from Kempton Park
1.15 Berni Inns Novices' Chase (3 miles)
1.45 Ladbroke Holidays Handicap Hurdle (3 miles)
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN and JULIAN WILSON
Racing from Leopardstown
2.5 The Irish Sweeps Hurdle Ireland's major holiday event, worth more than £11,000 to the winner.
Commentator MICHAEL O'HEHIR
2.15*
The Fight of the Year Ali v Foreman
No sporting event in 1974 ere ited more worldwide attention and excitement than October's World Heavyweight Championship title fight in Zaire between George Foreman and Muhammad Ali. As the year draws to a close, you can see again the incredible way in which Ali destroyed Foreman to win back his world crown.
Commentator HARRY CARPENTER
Television presentation: Kempton Park FRED VINER
Leopardstown IRISH TELEVISION SERVICE Grandstand presented by JEFF GODDARD Editor ALAN HART

Contributors

Introduced By:
Tony Gubba
Unknown:
Kempton Park
Commentators:
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentators:
Julian Wilson
Commentator:
Michael O'Hehir
Unknown:
George Foreman
Unknown:
Muhammad Ah.
Commentator:
Harry Carpenter
Presented By:
Jeff Goddard
Editor:
Alan Bart

Written by Robert Sloman.
A complete adventure in one programme, starring Jon Pertwee as Dr Who.
A Tibetan style monastery In rural England; a stage magician with uncanny powers; an alien crystal... these are the strands of the sinister web woven by the Metabelis Spiders.

Contributors

Writer:
Robert Sloman
Director:
Barry Letts
Mike Yates:
Richard Franklin
Dr Who:
Jon Pertwee
Brigadier:
Nicholas Courtney
Lapton:
John Dearth
Prof Herbert Clegg:
Cyril Shaps
Cho-Je:
Kevin Lindsay
Sarah Jane:
Elisabeth Sladen
Tommy:
John Kane
Sgt Benton:
John Levene
Tuar:
Ralph Arliss
Arak:
Gareth Hunt
K'anpo:
George Cormack

introduced by Roy Castle
with Brian Cant, John Craven, Bernard Cribbins, Tony Hart, Lesley Judd, Pat Keysell, Johnny Morris, John Noakes, Peter Purves, Michael Rodd, Valerie Singleton, Julie Stevens and Norris and Ross McWhirter

Contributors

Presenter/Entertainer:
Roy Castle
Performer:
Brian Cant
Performer:
John Craven
Performer:
Bernard Cribbins
Performer:
Tony Hart
Performer:
Lesley Judd
Performer:
Pat Keysell
Performer:
Johnny Morris
Performer:
John Noakes
Performer:
Peter Purves
Performer:
Michael Rodd
Performer:
Valerie Singleton
Performer:
Julie Stevens
Expert:
Norris McWhirter
Expert:
Ross McWhirter
Drummer:
Bob Armstrong
Drummer:
Bob Emmines
Drummer:
Tom Nichol
Drummer:
Jon Peggs
Musical arrangements:
Johnny Pearson
Musical arrangements:
Larry Ashmore
Musical arrangements:
Derek Warne
Choreographer:
Sally Gilpin
Designer:
Garry Freeman
Producer:
Alan Russell

Noel Edmonds and Dave Lee Travis introduce a special edition featuring No 1 records for the year with John Denver; Carl Douglas; Gary Glitter; George McCrae; Mud; Pan's People; Suzi Quatro; Rubettes; Alvin Stardust and Ray Stevens

Contributors

Presenter:
Noel Edmonds
Presenter:
Dave Lee Travis
Singer/Guitarist:
John Denver
Singer:
Carl Douglas
Singer:
Gary Glitter
Singer:
George McCrae
Singer/Bassist:
Suzi Quatro
Singer:
Alvin Stardust
Singer:
Ray Stevens
Musicians:
null Mud
Musicians:
null Rubettes
Dancers:
Pan's People
Lighting:
Brian Clemett
Sound:
Richard Chamberlain
Designer:
Paul Allen
Director:
Bruce Milliard
Producer:
Robin Nash

A film starring Charlton Heston Sophia Loren with Gary Raymond , Raf Vallone
Genevieve Page , John Fraser
Charlton Heston plays the title role in this spectacular epic of 11th-century Spain when the country was divided between small Christian kingdoms and Moorish strongholds.
Director ANTHONY MANN
Holiday Films: pages 17 and 18

Contributors

Director:
Anthony Mann
Rodrigo Diaz de Bivar:
Charlton Heston
Chimene:
Sophia Loren
King Alfonso:
John Fraser
Count Ordonez:
Raf Vallone
Queen Urraca:
Genevieve Page
King Sancho:
Gary Raymond
Ben Yussuf:
Herbert Lom
Fanez:
Massimo Serato
Moutamin:
Douglas Wilmer
Al Kadir:
Frank Thring
Count Arias:
Hurd Hatfield
King Ferdinand:
Ralph Truman
Count Gormez:
Andrew Cruickshank
Don Diego:
Michael Hordern
Bermudez:
Carlo Justini
Don Martin:
Christopher Rhodes
King Ramirez:
Gerard Tichy
Dolfos:
Fausto Tozzi
Priest:
Tullio Carminati
Mother Superior:
Barbara Everest

A Singular Adventure by Kingsley Amis
with Edward Fox as Dr Watson, Elaine Taylor as Emily, Christopher Cazenove as Sir Harry
Sherlock Holmes goes away for a rest-cure. Dr Watson, left behind at Baker Street, is asked to help a lady in distress.

Contributors

Writer:
Kingsley Amis
Costumes:
Christine Rawlins
Script Editor:
Richard Broke
Designer:
Spencer Chapman
Producer:
Mark Shivas
Director:
James Cellan Jones
Dr Watson:
Edward Fox
Emily:
Elaine Taylor
Sir Harry:
Christopher Cazenove
Miles:
Jeremy Clyde
Bradshaw:
John Westbrook
Carlos:
Terence Bayler
Dolores:
Carmen Gomez
Black Paul:
Anthony Langdon
Black Paul's woman:
Anne Cunningham
Mrs Hudson:
Marguerite Young
Maddocks:
Derek Deadman

from Sadler's Wells Theatre Christopher Gable introduces
Rudolf Nureyev and Merle Park Yasuko Hayashi Giorgio Merighi
Stephane Grappelll with the Diz Disley Trio Nigel Kennedy
ORCHESTRA OF THE
ROYAL OPERA HOUSE led by CHARLES TAYLOR conducted by Edward Downes
Costume MICHAEL BURDLE Make-up JEAN MOMILLAN Sound GRAHAM HAINES Lighting A. E. OATEN
Designer KENNETH SHARP Producer PATRICIA FOY

Contributors

Unknown:
Rudolf Nureyev
Unknown:
Merle Park
Unknown:
Yasuko Hayashi
Unknown:
Giorgio Merighi
Unknown:
Stephane Grappelll
Unknown:
Nigel Kennedy
Unknown:
Charles Taylor
Conducted By:
Edward Downes
Conducted By:
Costume Michael Burdle
Producer:
Patricia Foy

starring David Janssen as Harry Orwell , a quiet man who travels by bus to investigate crime with Henry Darrow and guest stars
James MeEachin Rosalind Cash George Spell Eye Witness
To help a friend Harry Orwell is plunged alone into a dangerous and squalid world of violence and murder.
The Detectives next week features Will liam Conrad as Cannon

Contributors

Unknown:
David Janssen
Unknown:
Harry Orwell
Unknown:
Henry Darrow
Unknown:
James Meeachin
Unknown:
Rosalind Cash
Unknown:
George Spell
Unknown:
Harry Orwell
Unknown:
Liam Conrad

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