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The annual C.P. Robertson Memorial Trophy was won this year by aviation photographer Arthur Gibson for his outstanding film of the Red Arrows in their latest aircraft, the Hawk. Introduced from the awards' ceremony by Raymond Baxter.

Contributors

Presenter:
Raymond Baxter
Subject:
Arthur Gibson
TV Presentation:
Peter Massey

Introduced by David Coleman
12.35; 1.10; 1.45; 2.20* Racing from Cheltenham
12.45 The Malvern Novices' Hurdle Race (Division 1. 2m)
1.20 The Air Europe Novices Steeplechase (21m)
1.55 The Intasun Holiday Handicap Steeplechase (4m)
2.30 The Steel Plate Trial Hurdle Race (2m)
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN
JULIAN WILSON , RICHARD PITMAN
12.55; 1.30; 2.40*
International
Ski Jumping from Garmisch
Commentator RON PICKERING
2.5; 2.40*
International
Basketball from Crystal Palace
The Philips World Invitational Club Championships
Some of the best basketball teams in the world have come to London for this annual event. Commentators
STUART STOREY , MILES AITKEN * Tunings subject to alteration Today's Timetable
11.35 Racing; 12.55 Ski Jumping
1.1* Racing: 1.30 Ski Jumping
1.45 Racing; 2.5 Basketball
2.20 Racing
2.48 Basketball/Ski Jumping
Television presentation: Racing RICHARD TILLING
Ski Jumping THE GERMAN TV SERVICS Basketball JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Producer Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS Editor Grandstand MIKE murphy

Contributors

Introduced By:
David Coleman
Commentators:
Peter O'Sullevan
Unknown:
Julian Wilson
Unknown:
Richard Pitman
Commentator:
Ron Pickering
Unknown:
Stuart Storey
Unknown:
Johnnie Watherston
Unknown:
Mike Murphy

The feature film starring the young Elizabeth Taylor
Mickey Rooney , Donald Crisp
Velvet Brown wins a hunter in a raffle and determines to turn him into a champion race-horse with the help of her young friend Mi.
Screenplay by THEODORE REEVES and HELEN DEUTSCH
Based on the novel by ENID BAGNOLD Produced by PANDRO S. BERMAN Directed by CLARENCE BROWN ttlms: page 105

Contributors

Unknown:
Elizabeth Taylor
Unknown:
Mickey Rooney
Unknown:
Theodore Reeves
Unknown:
Helen Deutsch
Novel By:
Enid Bagnold
Produced By:
Pandro S. Berman
Directed By:
Clarence Brown
Mi Taylor:
Mickey Rooney
Mr Brown:
Donald Crisp
Velvet Brown:
Elizabeth Taylor
Mrs Brown:
Anne Revere
Edwina Brown:
Angela Lansbury

The Ferguson Teavis Championship David Vine and Ron Pickering are joined by World Superstars Cham pion Brian Budd in the ancient city of Bath, where the current champions, Rugby Union, begin their defence of the title in this first semi-final against the team from International Watersports. The teams:
Rugby Union
Roger Uttley , Mike Biggar Jeff Squire , Gareth Davies Nick Preston , Mike Rafter
Clive Woodward , Tony Ward Mike Davis (coach) Watersports
David Wilkie , Tim Crooks Declan Burns , Chris Law
Peter Caldwell , Stuart Matthews Phil Howden , Mike Hazelwood Dan Topolski (coach)
Produced in collaboration with Trans World International and Candid Productions Inc. Assistant producers
LAURENCE VULLIAMY , DAVID FICKTHALL
Television production PETER HYLTON CLEAVER

Contributors

Unknown:
David Vine
Unknown:
Ron Pickering
Unknown:
Superstars Cham
Unknown:
Brian Budd
Unknown:
Roger Uttley
Unknown:
Mike Biggar
Unknown:
Jeff Squire
Unknown:
Gareth Davies
Unknown:
Nick Preston
Unknown:
Mike Rafter
Unknown:
Clive Woodward
Unknown:
Tony Ward
Unknown:
Mike Davis
Unknown:
David Wilkie
Unknown:
Tim Crooks
Unknown:
Declan Burns
Unknown:
Chris Law
Unknown:
Peter Caldwell
Unknown:
Stuart Matthews
Unknown:
Phil Howden
Unknown:
Mike Hazelwood
Unknown:
Dan Topolski
Unknown:
Laurence Vulliamy
Unknown:
Peter Hylton Cleaver

starring Ken Dodd
A celebration of laughter, song and happiness in which the unique comedy star entertains and introduces his special guest from America, the great international clown, George Carl with The Diddy Kids Doddy's Daisy Chain
Musical director KEN JONES Vocal backing
THE MIKE SAMMES SINGERS Choreography BETTY LAINE
Special staging IRVING DAVIES Sound KEITH GUNN
Lighting ERIC WALLIS Designer JOHN STOUT
Director GEOFFREY POSNER Produced by JOHN FISHER

Contributors

Unknown:
Ken Dodd
Unknown:
George Carl
Director:
Geoffrey Posner
Produced By:
John Fisher

Stanley Kubrick's epic space adventure starring Keir Dullea, Gary Lockwood

A mysterious slab has been found on the moon, beaming signals to Jupiter. At this first indication of sentient beings in space, a nine-month voyage to follow the signals is set up, with two astronauts manning a huge spaceship and three more travelling in a state of hibernation. As they hurtle beyond the range of mission control, the crew is disturbed to discover that Hal, the ship's computer, has a mind of his own ...
Made before man had set foot on the moon, Kubrick's vision of the future remains the most accomplished science prediction ever filmed.
Films: page 105
(First showing on British television)

Contributors

Screenplay/Based on the short story "The Sentinel" by:
Arthur C Clarke
Screenplay/Producer/Director:
Stanley Kubrick
Dr David Bowman:
Keir Dullea
Dr Frank Poole:
Gary Lockwood
Dr Floyd:
William Sylvester
Moonwatcher:
Daniel Richter
Voice of Hal 9000:
Douglas Rain
Smyslov:
Leonard Rossiter
Elena:
Margaret Tyzack
Halvorsen:
Robert Beatty
Michaels:
Sean Sullivan
Mission controller:
Frank Miller

Not only Charles and Diana but also Ambrose and Tony and Shirley and Delma ...
It was watched by 750 million people around the world. Charles and Diana were the stars. But there were nearly a million extras in the great Royal Wedding production.
Travelling through the night came a busload of Liverpool ladies; from Wales came a male voice choir; a group from Milwaukee, USA, paid £250 each for a ringside seat and constant champagne; from north London came Mr and Mrs Daley , with their eight children; and from Scotland the gillie who taught Prince Charles to fish. Meanwhile behind the scenes were policemen, St John Ambu lancemen, buskers and journalists. It was a once-in-a-lifetime event.
Film editor ROGER GUERTIN
Producer JENNY BARRACLOUGH

Contributors

Unknown:
Mrs Daley
Unknown:
St John Ambu
Editor:
Roger Guertin
Producer:
Jenny Barraclough

Having been hailed as one of the great discoveries of her generation in 1981 at the age of 27, the soprano Isobel Buchanan faced a crucial year as she struggled to fulfil these early predictions.
With three major roles-The Countess in The Marriage of Figaro at Glyndebourne, Donna Elvira in Don Giovanni at Aix-en-Provence and Adina in L'elisir d'amore in Chicago, she was bidding for a place in the prestigious and lucrative circus of international stars whose names draw the fans to the world's opera houses.
Mike Radford followed her through this make or break year. with Placido Domingo
Carlo Bergonzi , Sir Peter Hall
John Pritchard , Richard Stilwell
Sound recordists
GORDON FORSYTH , PETER BRILL
Film cameraman STUART WYLD Film editor ALEX MCCALL Director MICHAEL RADFORD
Producer NORMAN MCCANDLISH BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown:
Donna Elvira
Unknown:
Don Giovanni
Unknown:
Mike Radford
Unknown:
Placido Domingo
Unknown:
Carlo Bergonzi
Unknown:
Sir Peter Hall
Unknown:
John Pritchard
Unknown:
Richard Stilwell
Unknown:
Gordon Forsyth
Unknown:
Peter Brill
Unknown:
Stuart Wyld
Editor:
Alex McCall
Director:
Michael Radford
Producer:
Norman McCandlish

starring Frankie Howerd with Patrick Cargill , Michael Hordern Barbara Murray , Lance Percival Bill Fraser , Adrienne Posta and Julie Ege
The Prologue: Pompeii, AD 79. Lurcio, slave to Senator Ludicrus Sextus, finds himself in all sorts of trouble when he unwittingly intercepts a scroll on its way to Pompeii's Proconsul Prosperus.
Screenplay by SID COLIN
Produced by NED SHERRIN
Directed by BOB KELLETT. Films : page 105

Contributors

Unknown:
Frankie Howerd
Unknown:
Patrick Cargill
Unknown:
Michael Hordern
Unknown:
Barbara Murray
Unknown:
Lance Percival
Unknown:
Bill Fraser
Unknown:
Adrienne Posta
Play By:
Sid Colin
Produced By:
Ned Sherrin
Directed By:
Bob Kellett.
Lurcio:
Frankie Howerd
Nero:
Patrick Cargill
Ludicrus:
Michael Hordern
Ammonia:
Barbara Murray
Bilius:
Lance Percival
Prosperus:
Bill Fraser
Scrubba:
Adrienne Posta
Voluptua:
Julie Ege
GorgO:
Bernard Bresslaw
Cassandra:
Rita Webb

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