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With Alison Christie-Murray, John Dryden, Jill Shakespeare and Glen Stuart

In the Footsteps of St Paul J.D. visits Athens and Corinth, and sees where Paul began to write his famous letters. Ali tells the story of the Salvation Army, and Supermouse meets Blunder-woman!

BBC Manchester

Contributors

Presenter:
Alison Christie-Murray
Presenter:
John Dryden
Presenter:
Jill Shakespeare
Presenter:
Glen Stuart
Music:
Dave Cooke
Designer:
Dugald Findlay
Director:
Alan Walsh
Producer:
David Brown
Producer:
Cyril Gates
Executive Producer:
Stephen Whittle

Football Association Coaching: Tactics, Skills
2: Shooting (1)
Coaches R. ROBSON , G. HURST
T. VENABLES , C. HUGHES
Players K. KEEGAN , T. BROOKING R. WILKINS , P. SHILTON
L. BLISSETT
Supporting action showing the close relationship between coaching, practice and performance.

Contributors

Unknown:
R. Robson
Unknown:
G. Hurst
Unknown:
T. Venables
Unknown:
C. Hughes
Unknown:
Players K. Keegan
Unknown:
T. Brooking
Unknown:
R. Wilkins
Unknown:
P. Shilton
Unknown:
L. Blissett

This week features the Punjabi Poetry Symposium Kavi Darbar '. Poets reciting their poems are SHARIF KUNJAHI. S. S. MISHA , AMITOJ, NIRANJAN SINGH NOOK Presented and produced by MAHENDRA KAUL
Director KRISHAN GOULD. BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown:
Sharif Kunjahi.
Unknown:
S. S. Misha
Unknown:
Niranjan Singh
Produced By:
Mahendra Kaul
Director:
Krishan Gould.

Pictures of the festival through 80 years of English life
In 1900, Lady Delia Peel, then 11, celebrated the first Christmas of the new century at Althorp House in Northamptonshire. In 1979 her great grand-niece Anne Peel, now 9, celebrated Christmas at Barton Hall, Norfolk. Between the two events lie nearly 80 Christmases: Christmas in a country house and a council house, in the trenches and in a pub, in peace and war. This film shows how the family festival of English life has changed, and how it has remained the same, reflecting change and continuity in England itself.
(First shown in the Everyman series)

Contributors

Unknown:
Lady Delia Peel
Unknown:
Anne Peel
Producer:
Daniel Wolf
Editor:
William Nicholson

from St Columba's Church of Scotland, Pont Street, London, SW1
This is silver jubilee year for the church where Scots people visiting London can always be sure of a warm welcome. THE REV DR FRASER MCLUSKEY preaches today on the meaning of Christmas, and the Sunday School children bring their gifts to the tree.
Hymns: Hark the glad sound! (Bristol); It came upon the midnight clear (Noel); O send thy light forth and thy truth (Martyrs): Songs of praise (Monkland); Anthem: Sleepers wake! A voice is calling (Mendelssohn)
Assistant Ministers THE REV ALEXANDER CAIRNS and THE REV ANDREW WILSON Organist DUNCAN JOHNSTON
Television presentation by ELIZABETH gout

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr Fraser McLuskey
Unknown:
Alexander Cairns

The favourite film starring
Judy Garland with Frank Morgan Ray Bolger , Bert Lahr , Jack Haley Follow the yellow brick road to the wonderful world of Oz. There you'll join the Tin Man, the vulnerable Scarecrow, the Cowardly Lion and the enchanting Dorothy.
Screenplay by NOEL LANGLEY
FLORENCE RYERSON and EDGAR ALLEN WOOLF Based on the bonk by FRANK L. BAUM
Songs by E. Y. HARBURG and HAROLD ARLEN Produced bv MERVYN LE ROY
Director victor FLEMING. Films: page 116 (Colour, with black and white sequences)

Contributors

Unknown:
Judy Garland
Unknown:
Frank Morgan
Unknown:
Ray Bolger
Unknown:
Bert Lahr
Unknown:
Jack Haley
Unknown:
Noel Langley
Unknown:
Florence Ryerson
Unknown:
Edgar Allen Woolf
Unknown:
Frank L. Baum
Songs By:
E. Y. Harburg
Songs By:
Harold Arlen
Unknown:
Mervyn Le Roy
Director:
Victor Fleming.
Dorothy:
Judy Garland
Professor Marvel:
Frank Morgan
The Wizard:
Frank Morgan
Hunk:
Ray Bolger
Scarecrow:
Ray Bolger
Zeke:
Bert Lahr
Cowardly Lion:
Bert Lahr
Hickory:
Jack Haley
Tin Man:
Jack Haley
Glinda:
Billie Burke
Miss Gulch:
Margaret Hamilton
The Wicked Witch of the West:
Margaret Hamilton

This listing contains language that some may find offensive.

by SIR WALTER SCOTT dramatised in nine episodes by ANTHONY STEVEN starring and 4: While waiting for the Talisman's elixir to cure King Richard, El Hakim reveals to Kenneth that the other princes have offered Saladin a Christian bride of royal blood. Could it be Edith?
Music composed and conducted by STEPHEN DEUTSCH. Script editor
ALISTAIR BELL. Designer JULIAN WILLIAMS Producer BARRY LETTS
Directed by RICHARD BRAMALL

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Walter Scott
Unknown:
Anthony Steven
Unknown:
El Hakim
Conducted By:
Stephen Deutsch.
Editor:
Alistair Bell.
Designer:
Julian Williams
Producer:
Barry Letts
Directed By:
Richard Bramall
Richard the Lionheart:
Stephan Chase
Kenneth:
Patrick Ryecart
Edith:
Lynn Clayton
Berengaria:
Joanne Pearce
De Vaux:
Jack Watson
Amaury:
Donald Burton
Montserrat:
Richard Morant
Ilderim:
Damien Thomas
El Hakim:
Ahmed Osnatim
Leopold of Austria:
Malcolm Terris
Earl Wallenrode:
Lewis George
Philip of France:
John Moreno
Nectabanus:
Peter Burroughs
Strachan:
Peter Davidson
Brother Hubert:
Andrew Lane
Guard sergeant:
Geoffrey Leesley
Gerard:
Simon Templeman
Florise:
Tacy Kneale
Calista:
Jane Morant
Executioner:
Bunny Reed

appeals on behalf of The Parkinson's Disease Society of the United Kingdom
The Society gives advice to sufferers and is currently enlarging its research programme. Donationss, by crossed po or cheque, to: Sir John Betjeman , The Parkinson's Disease Society, [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
John Betjeman

Family carols for choir and audience. Selections from this year's programme in the Royal Albert Hall , London.
The Bach Choir, with the PHILIP JONES BRASS ENSEMBLE and the KNELLER HALL TRUMPETERS (by kind permission of the Commandant)
Conductor Sir David Willcocks
Organist JOHN SCOTT. Percussion
DAVID CORKHILL , JAMES BLADES
Introduced by GEOFFREY WHEELER
Each Christmas for well over 30 years, THE BACH CHOIR has sung a mixture of traditional carols and new ones, with a packed family audience in the Royal Albert Hall. After the interval SIR DAVID WILL COCKS invites the children to join him on stage for carols and a quiz.
Series producer RAYMOND SHORT

Contributors

Unknown:
Royal Albert Hall
Unknown:
Philip Jones
Conductor:
Sir David Willcocks
Organist:
John Scott.
Unknown:
David Corkhill
Unknown:
James Blades
Introduced By:
Geoffrey Wheeler
Unknown:
Albert Hall.
Unknown:
David Will
Producer:
Raymond Short

Further adventures from the stories by James Herriot in this feature film starring
John Alderton as James Herriot
Colin Blakely as Siegfried Farnon It is 1938 and the threat of war is looming. Recently married, James and Helen Herriot are living in the cramped attic quarters of Skeldale House, belonging to James' senior partner Siegfried Farnon. The offer of a more comfortable and lucrative job in an urban practice appears quite tempting.
Screenplay by ALAN PLATER
Produced by MARGARET MATHESON
Directed by ERIC TILL . Films: page 116 (First showing on British television)

Contributors

Stories By:
James Herriot
Unknown:
John Alderton
Unknown:
James Herriot
Unknown:
Colin Blakely
Unknown:
Siegfried Farnon
Unknown:
Helen Herriot
Unknown:
Siegfried Farnon.
Unknown:
Alan Plater
Produced By:
Margaret Matheson
Directed By:
Eric Till
Helen Herriot:
Lisa Harrow
Hinchclirfe:
Bill Maynard
Richard Carmody:
Paul Shelley
Granville Bennett:
Richard Pearson
Mrs Dalby:
Rosemary Martin
Colonel BOSWOth:
Raymond Francis
Crump:
John Barrett
Jack Almond:
Philip Stone
Kendal:
Clifford Kershaw
William Dalby:
Kevin Moreton
Mrs Dodds:
Liz Smith
Kirby:
Leslie Sarony
Mrs Kirby:
Gwen Nelson
Jean:
Juliet Cooke
Harry:
Stacy Davies

The last in the series starring Trevor Eve in The Dangerous Game by CHRIS BOUCHER , with Michael Medwin , Doran Godwin and Liz Crowther , and featuring Michael Elphick as Pete Johnson
When Santa gets his toys off the back of a lorry Eddie's Christmas becomes less than merry ...
Theme music composed by GEORGE FENTON Film recordist BILL CHESNEAU . Film editor JON GREGORY. Designer HUMPHREY JAEGER Photography KEN WESTBURY
Producer ROBERT BANKS STEWART Directed by BEN BOLT

Contributors

Unknown:
Chris Boucher
Unknown:
Michael Medwin
Unknown:
Doran Godwin
Unknown:
Liz Crowther
Unknown:
Michael Elphick
Unknown:
Pete Johnson
Unknown:
When Santa
Composed By:
George Fenton
Unknown:
Bill Chesneau
Editor:
Jon Gregory.
Designer:
Humphrey Jaeger
Unknown:
Ken Westbury
Producer:
Robert Banks Stewart
Directed By:
Ben Bolt
Eddie Shoestring:
Trevor Eve
Don Satchley:
Michael Medwin
Erica Bayliss:
Doran Godwin
Sonia:
Liz Crowther
Doctor:
Julia Vidler
Mr Wing:
Burt Kwouk
Sheila Johnson:
Celia Imrie
Mr Lane:
Leslie French
Priest:
Maurice Colbourne
Mr Yates:
Constantin de Gogeul
Steve:
Nick Stringer
Ruth:
Rachel Bell
Mike:
Thomas Bolt
Mr Patel:
Tariq Yunus
Young mother:
Ros Simmons
Taff:
Eric Richard
DJ:
Philip Rowlands
Announcer:
Jo Ross
Salvation Army man:
Norman Tipton
Young Santa:
Aaron Shirley
Shop assistant:
Russell Wooton
John:
Alan Cox
Meg:
Rebecca Lalonde
Little girl:
Katherine Potter

A Long Way from Home
' Just give a cup of water to one; and when you've helped one, move on to another.' Barbara Walker struggles under difficult conditions to keep alive the 67,000 refugees in Las Dureh camp, Northern Somalia. She is one of the vast army of missionaries who, at the season when families and loved-ones are reunited, endure separation from personal roots in their battle for a better world.
Colin Morris , who went to Zambia 25 years ago, travels back to the mission fields of Africa on a journey that leads from a pioneer station in the Turkana desert to a London suburb, and gives a vision of how ' the call' will be answered in the future.
Film cameraman JIM PEIRSON Film editor Richard BRUNSKILL Researcher ANGELA KAYE
Producer CHRISTIAN FORSSANDER Everyman editor ANDREW BARR

Contributors

Unknown:
Barbara Walker
Unknown:
Colin Morris
Unknown:
Jim Peirson
Editor:
Richard Brunskill
Editor:
Researcher Angela Kaye
Editor:
Andrew Barr

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