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Glasgow v South of Scotland
The holders of the Scottish District Championship, South, must consider this match against Glasgow as the most critical. Glasgow led by Ian Mclauchlan will have high hopes after giving the recent All Blacks their hardest match in Scotland. South, however, have ten internationals available for selection; with Keith Robertson and Jim Renwick in the centre they will be a formidable attacking force.

Contributors

Introduced by:
Nigel Starmer-Smith
Producer:
Huw Jones
Commentator at Hughenden:
Bill McLaren

Continuing our festive season of films celebrating the most famous pop group of them all.
By the summer of 1965, Beatlemania had become part of the British way of life; it had not yet reached the States, but The Beatles' first concert in the US, at Shea Stadium, of which we are showing the recorded highlights, was to change all that! also featuring SOUNDS INCORPORATED BRENDA HOLLOWAY , KING CURTIS THE DISCOTHEQUE DANCERS
Production associate BRIAN EPSTEIN
Director of photography ANDREW LAZLO
Produced by BOB PRECHT. Films: pp 18-17

Contributors

Unknown:
Brenda Holloway
Unknown:
Brian Epstein
Produced By:
Bob Precht.

Regional Variations (2)

Duration: 1 hour, 5 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Classic play by William Shakespeare about Henry V, the monarch he admired above all others. Show more

Owain Arwel Hughes conducts and introduces a concert of carols and seasonal music - with Felicity Lott, Robin Leggate BBC Concert Orchestra and the Royal Choral Society from the Speech Room of Harrow School.

Contributors

Presenter/Conductor:
Owain Arwel Hughes
Unknown:
Felicity Lott
Unknown:
Robin Leggate
Musicians:
BBC Concert Orchestra
Singers:
Royal Choral Society
Producer:
John Vernon

Starring Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra
One of the liveliest and most exhilarating of the Kelly movies, this one also had a far-reaching effect on the style of Hollywood musicals. A trio of sailors on a day's leave in New York go 'on the town' in an exuberant, non-stop musical trip.
Films: pages 16-17

Contributors

Screenplay:
Adolph Green
Screenplay:
Betty Comen
Director:
Gene Kelly
Director:
Stanley Donen
Chip:
Frank Sinatra
Gabey:
Gene Kelly
Brunhilde Esterhazy:
Betty Garrett
Claire Huddesen:
Ann Miller
Ozzie:
Jules Munshin
Ivy Smith:
null Vera-Ellen
Mme Dilyovska:
Florence Bates
Lucy Shmeeler:
Alice Pearce
Professor:
George Meader

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