Continues a festive presentation of films featuring the legendary jungle couple, starring Johnny Weissmuller Maureen O'Sullivan
When a plane crashes near Tarzan's jungle home, the only survivor is a baby boy. Tarzan and Jane decide to educate him in the ways of the jungle.
Screenplay by CYRIL HUME Produced by SAM ZIMBALIST Directed by RICHARD THORPE
('Tarzan's Secret Treasure tomorrow at 12. 10pm)
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Weather followed by See Hear
Weather followed by Christmas in the City City of Belfast Youth Orchestra
Donaghadee Male Voice Choir
Harpur's Hill Primary
School Choir and Steel Band Maureen Hegarty
Mary McKee and Sam Moreland
Pueri et Puellae Cantores St Anne's Cathedral Choir come together at the City Hall in Belfast to bring the familiar carols and songs of Christmas.
Music associate JOHN ANDERSON Sound BRIAN SPEERS
Lighting WILLIE DAVIDSON Designer LESLIE WALLACE Producer JAMES SKELLY Director LAN HAMILTON
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continuing a season of films featuring the dancing and acting talents of Fred Astaire who died earlier this year. Today also starring
Ginger Rogers Randolph Scott
This RKO star-cast romantic musical comedy tells the story of the misadventures of a pair of travelling
Americans who inherit a fashionable Parisienne dress shop called 'Roberta' and subsequently meet and fall in love with a White Russian princess and bogus Polish countess.
The beautiful Jerome Kern songs include Smoke Gets in Your Eyes and Lovely to Look At.
Screenplay by JANE MURFIN SAM MINTZ and ALLAN SCOTT from the play Roberta (book by OTTO HARBACH
Music by JEROME KERN
Produced by PANDRO S. BERMAN Directed by WILLIAM s. SEITER (BlackandWhite)
('The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle'tomorrow at 3. 50pm)
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Masters Bowls Tournament from Beach House Park, Worthing
The second of seven programmes featuring the best of outdoor flat-green bowling.
Tonight's match is between two players making their debut on Jack High this year. STEPHEN REES , a Welsh international since 1982, plays ALF WALLACE from Canada, who finished fourth in the singles in the Commonwealth Games last year. Commentators
DAVID VINE, DAVID RHYS JONES Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
After the nerve-stretching excitement of last week's Powerplay awards,
Jenny Powell and Tony Baker had the problem of saving tonight's No Limits from anticlimax. And so the dauntless duo embarked on their most ambitious journey - off the edge of the map and halfway to Iceland to throw a combined Christmas and end-of-series party on the Shetland Islands - the lengths some people go to just to shake off gatecrashers! Hospitality is the chief island industry - so it should be a case of knees up and hair down, to the accompaniment of the best pop videos and chart sounds from both sides of the Atlantic. The entire population's invited so at least there'll be no one left outside to complain about the noise. Thank goodness the next series isn't till next summer, it'll take six months to recover from the hangover.
Associate producer JONATHAN KING Production PETER HAMILTON BBC North West
Probably the most controversial industrialist this century
Sir Ian MacGregor was to some the saviour, or to others the butcher, of the British steel and mining industries.
At the age of 75, this dynamic Scottish-American has begun another career as a financier.
Tonight he faces questions from the generation who will want jobs in the British industry of tomorrow.
Presented by John Nicholson Research MARK HAGEN
Director DENNIS COSGROVE Producer STEWART LAMONT BBC Scotland
A Festival Service of Lessons and Carols from the Guards Chapel,
Wellington Barracks, London Every Christmas, members of the Household Division and their families attend a festival service of lessons and carols at the Guards Chapel. Traditionally, the lessons are read by all ranks from guardsman to major general, and the music is provided by one of the regimental bands. With the GUARDS CHAPEL CHOIR
Organist and Master of the Choir
ANDREW PEARMAIN, FRCO. FRSA;
BAND OF THE IRISH GUARDS, Director of Music
LT COL M. G. LANE. ARCM psm Chaplain to the Household Division
REV J. NEVILLE THOMAS Lighting CLIVE POTTER Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE Producer KEN GRIFFIN
The series started way up north in Alaska; it ends about as far south as you can go in the beautiful city of New Orleans, Louisiana. Jonathan King goes on a Mississippi paddle steamer, canoes around the Louisiana swamp and meets the voodoo queen of New Orleans.
Film cameraman MIKE RADFORD Film sound SIMON WILSON Film editor LIZ TENNENT
Videotape editor ROGER MARTIN Produced and directed by GORDON ELSBURY
Ding-dong merrily on high,
At Blue Moon alarm bells are ringing starring
It's a Wonderful Job
Christmas 1986: A time before Maddie and David's version of an immaculate conception.
The decorations may be up, but the staff are definitely down as Blue Moon's boss is cast in the role of Scrooge, only to find herself harkening to an angel in a Dickens of a tale....
Written by DEBRA FRANK and CARL SAUTTER
Directed by ED SHERIN
The famous Russian virtuoso in rehearsal and performance for a recording of Mozart's Piano Concerto
No 23 in A (K 488) with the Orchestra of La Scala, Milan conducted by Carlo Maria Giulini
Horowitz to wife: 'Wanda, I am the oldest of all the people here!'
A cine-verite documentary filmed earlier this year when Vladimir Horowitz was persuaded for the first time in his life to record a Mozart Concerto. It took place in a Milan recording studio with Deutsche Grammophon producer THOMAS FROST.
Horowitz has been celebrated for his flamboyance and sensitivity in the Romantic repertoire for the last six decades. This is a unique opportunity to observe the last pianist in the pre-war Russian tradition interpreting a masterpiece of the classical piano repertoire. Producers SUSAN FROEMKE and PETER GELB
A COLUMBIA ARTISTS MANAGEMENT production
Second of a two-part thriller set in New York starring Peter Bongartz
The robbery has been carried out, and the FBI have few clues - enough, however, to worry the underworld boss who commissioned it. Eddie, Prince and Mario will have to pay for their mistakes. With a reward of$600,000 at stake who is going to win the race to the informant?
Leslie Parker , too, finds himself hounded by his grasping ex-wife and a resentful
While he is drowning his marital problems in drink one evening, Assistant District
Cleve Marshall encounters Thelma Jordan , the attractive niece of a wealthy eccentric. He falls in love with her, but when Thelma's aunt is killed, Cleve suddenly finds that he has to risk his career, family and reputation in order to save her from a charge of murder.
Screenplay by KETTI FRINGS Produced by HAL WALLIS
Directed by ROBERT SIODMAK
('Sorry Wrong Number' tomorrow at 10.40pm)
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