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The recent spectacular exhibition at The British Museum has revealed to over half a million visitors the astonishing wealth and richness of the Viking world. Intricate designs fashioned in gold, silver, bronze and wood by artists of consummate skill was as much a part of the Viking world as the more familiar image of the fearsome helmeted warriors.
The first of two films depicting the variety of Viking art as shown by the treasures of their age, drawn from every corner of the Viking world, together with a glimpse of some of the work from which they drew their inspiration.
Music from
NIELSEN QUINTET FOR WIND INSTRUMENTS Film editor JEFF SHAW Producer RAY SUTCLIFFE

Contributors

Editor:
Jeff Shaw
Producer:
Ray Sutcliffe

Peter Fluck ,
Country Parson PETER FLUCK is rector of the biggest Church of England parish group in the country, spreading across 70 square miles of Lincolnshire. It includes ten churches, 16 villages and a population of 700, fewer than lived in one village alone at the turn of the century. Mechanisation has seen the people off the land. The aged remain, and the rich and the high life.
Peter Fluck , a professional soldier before he became a priest, alone now where once there were nine ordained men, makes a resolute and cheerful defence of his far-flung and crumbling outposts. Narrator DERYCK GUYLER
Research JEAN THOMPSON
Photography ARTHUR SMITH
Sound JACK WILSON , DAVE BAUMBER Film editor PETER GIBBS
Written and produced by DON HAWORTH BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Fluck
Unknown:
Country Parson Peter Fluck
Unknown:
Peter Fluck
Narrator:
Deryck Guyler
Narrator:
Research Jean Thompson
Unknown:
Jack Wilson
Unknown:
Dave Baumber
Editor:
Peter Gibbs
Produced By:
Don Haworth

with Joan Greenwood Lyndon Brook and Virginia Stride
A ten-part series examining citizens' legal rights and duties. Written by N. F. SIMPSON 2: Some Wills Won't
Script consultant MICHAEL MOLYNEUX Producer TONY ROBERTS
A free pamphlet about how to cope with legal problems is obtainable by sae from: [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Joan Greenwood
Unknown:
Lyndon Brook
Written By:
N. F. Simpson
Unknown:
Michael Molyneux
Producer:
Tony Roberts
Hettie Moffatt:
Joan Greenwood
'Crawf ':
Lyndon Brook
Virginia Wainwright:
Virginia Stride
Mo Khan:
Gay Hamilton
Jas Ingrams:
Nigel Williams
Sally Ingrams:
Judy Riley
Aziz Khan:
Minoo Golvala
Salesman:
Mike Lewin

present
A Harmony in Music also featuring
John Dankworth with the Orchestra
A programme blending the talents of these two international artists, who have recently had much success with their hit album ' Sometimes when we touch'.
Musical arrangements JOHN DANKWORTH Sound LARRY GOODSON Lighting BILL MILLAR Designer
JAN SPOCZYNSKI
Production YVONNE LITTLEWOOD

Contributors

Unknown:
John Dankworth
Unknown:
John Dankworth
Unknown:
Larry Goodson
Unknown:
Bill Millar
Unknown:
Jan Spoczynski
Unknown:
Yvonne Littlewood
on BBC Two England

A comedy film series starring
Who's Shy?
Brenda, shy and always polite, is a pushover when confronted by pushy people - especially bossy sales ladies. But for one glorious inspired moment she overcomes her inhibitions.
Written by DENNIS KOENIG , LARRY BALMAGIA Directed by ASAAD KELADA

Contributors

Written By:
Dennis Koenig
Written By:
Larry Balmagia
Directed By:
Asaad Kelada
Rhoda:
Valerie Harper
Brenda:
Julie Kavner
Gary:
Ron Silver
Jack Doyle:
Kenneth McMillan
Benny:
Ray Buktenica

Science fiction could scarcely have dreamt up anything stranger than the virions. But these invaders are real enough; we have all suffered their attacks. They are the whole family of viruses, from smallpox and rabies down to influenza and the common cold.
Where do the invaders come from; and how do they succeed in taking us over so completely? Why are they so difficult to fight? How is it that we never build up an immunity to 'flu? How do some of the virions manage to hide away in the body, only to re-emerge later? And faced with such subtle and devious attackers, is there anything we can do to resist? Narrator Paul Vaughan

Contributors

Narrator:
Paul Vaughan
Film Editor:
Geoff Moore
Film Editor:
Christopher Richards
Editor:
Simon Campbell-Jones
Writer/Producer:
Richard Reisz

Seven experiences of the supernatural 3: Poor Jenny by COLIN GODMAN starring Emma Jacobs
' Deliver this house from all evil spirits, all vain imaginings, projections and phantasms and all deceits of the Evil One. Bid them harm no one but depart to the place appointed them. Beat down Satan quickly.'
Music composed by FRANK EVANS Sound PETER ROSE
Lighting GEOFFREY STAFFORD Designer JOHN BONE
Producer MICHAEL CROUCHER
Director COLIN GODMAN. BBC Bristol (Part 4, tomorrow at 10.15 pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
Colin Godman
Unknown:
Emma Jacobs
Composed By:
Frank Evans
Unknown:
Peter Rose
Unknown:
Geoffrey Stafford
Designer:
John Bone
Producer:
Michael Croucher
Director:
Colin Godman.
Jenny:
Emma Jacobs
Christine:
Heather Moray
Michael:
Martin Potter
Canon Wood:
Joseph O'Conor
Dr Stuart:
John Carlin
Dr Bushnell:
David Hargreaves
Tim:
Robert Reynolds

Peter Snow, Charles Wheeler , John Tusa and Peter Hobday present an informed account of what's happening in the world: special reports from the BBC's correspondents at home and abroad, investigations by Newsnight's own team of reporters into what's going on behind the headlines; the latest news and weather forecast from Linda Alexander , plus the evening's sports results from Shaun Brown.
Producer JOHN HOLME Directors
ALEX SAWARD and JOHN WILKINSON Assignment editors
GEORGE WALKER and JOHN MAHONEY Deputy editor RONALD NEIL Editor GEORGE CAREY

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Wheeler
Unknown:
John Tusa
Unknown:
Peter Hobday
Unknown:
Linda Alexander
Unknown:
Shaun Brown.
Producer:
John Holme
Directors:
Alex Saward
Directors:
John Wilkinson
Unknown:
George Walker
Unknown:
John Mahoney
Editor:
Ronald Neil
Editor:
George Carey

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