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from St David 's Hall, Cardiff. The people of the capital city of Wales join with the BBC Welsh Chorus and the Fanfare Trumpeters of the Welsh Guards to sing their favourite Christmas carols. The proceeds this year will go to the Hurricane Appeal.
Conductor John Hugh Thomas Fanfare trumpeters of the Welsh Guards.
Director of Music
MAJOR P. HANNAM , BEM, psm. By permission of Lieutenant Colonel C.J. Dawnay , the Lieutenant Colonel
Commanding the Regiment. Organist
HUW TREGELLES WILLIAMS
Commentator Chris Morgan Sound PAMELA HUNT Lighting TEGID JONES
Television presentation HUW BRIAN WILLIAMS BBC Wales

Contributors

Unknown:
St David
Conductor:
John Hugh Thomas
Unknown:
Major P. Hannam
Unknown:
Colonel C.J. Dawnay

This year one match - the match of the year: Jimmy White against
Stephen Hendry , in the second round of the World Snooker Championships.
David Vine , along with John Spencer , Eddie Charlton and John Virgo look back on that match and the new names in snooker.
Introduced by David Vine Producer PETER HAYWARD

Contributors

Unknown:
Jimmy White
Unknown:
Stephen Hendry
Unknown:
David Vine
Unknown:
John Spencer
Unknown:
Eddie Charlton
Unknown:
John Virgo
Introduced By:
David Vine
Producer:
Peter Hayward

starring
Yul Brynner
Gina Lollobrigida. A spectacular epic production of the conflict between the Egyptians and the Israelites with Yul Brynner as Solomon and Gina Lollobrigida as the queen who is convinced that her charms are stronger weapons than military might.
Screenplay by ANTHONY VEILLER. PAUL DUDLEY and GEORGE BRUCE Based on a story by CRANE WILBUR Produced by TED RICHMOND Directed by KING VIDOR
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Contributors

Unknown:
Anthony Veiller.
Unknown:
Paul Dudley
Unknown:
George Bruce
Story By:
Crane Wilbur
Produced By:
Ted Richmond
Directed By:
King Vidor
Solomon:
Yul Brynner
Sheba:
Gina Lollobrigida
Adonijah:
George Sanders
Abishhag:
Marisa Pavan
Pharaoh:
David Farrar

The ancient Olavinlinna Castle in Finland is the unusual setting for part one of Handel's masterpiece recorded at this year's
Savonlinna Opera Festival
Margaret Marshall (soprano) Sarah Walker (mezzo-soprano) Anthony Rolphe Johnson
(tenor), Petteri Salomaa (bass) BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra and Chorus led by JAMES CLARK conducted by Roger Norrington
Lighting ANTERO TAKALA Sound KARI TAMMINEN Director ANDREW QUICK
A BBC WALES PRODUCTION in association with YLE Finland

Contributors

Soprano:
Margaret Marshall
Mezzo-Soprano:
Sarah Walker
Tenor:
Anthony Rolphe Johnson
Tenor:
Petteri Salomaa
Unknown:
James Clark
Conducted By:
Roger Norrington
Unknown:
Kari Tamminen
Director:
Andrew Quick

Another memorable golfing year comes to an end and what memories there are. Sandy Lyle in the Masters,
Severiano Ballesteros in the Open and Nick Faldo so close in the the US Open.
Peter Alliss , Sandy and Nick look back on an outstanding year. Assistant producer BARBARA SLATER
Producer ALASTAIR SCOTT Executive producer JOHN SHREWSBURY

Contributors

Unknown:
Sandy Lyle
Unknown:
Severiano Ballesteros
Unknown:
Nick Faldo
Unknown:
Peter Alliss
Producer:
Barbara Slater
Producer:
Alastair Scott

Performed by the National Youth Music Theatre.
Written and directed by Jeremy James Taylor and Frank Whately.
Music by David Nield
Introduced by HRH The Prince Edward, President of the National Youth Music Theatre.
Starring Jonny Lee Miller and Victoria Hayes

"A study in excellence which most 'adult' opera and theatre companies would be pushed to emulate." (Glasgow Herald)
Life in mid-19th-century London was harsh for the poor, and especially for poor children. This fast-moving musical tells the story of Joe and Annie Cooper, two of the 'ragged children' struggling to survive, and the many characters who both help and seek to harm them. The musical score is based largely on popular 19th-century songs.

Contributors

Written and directed by:
Jeremy James Taylor
Written and directed by:
Frank Whately
Music/Musical director:
David Nield
Make-up Designer:
Joan Stribling
Videotape Editor:
Ian Williams
Sound:
Paul Cunliffe
Lighting:
Alan Woolford
Producer:
Julia Matheson
Directed for television by:
David Buckton
Introduction:
HRH Prince Edward
Joe Cooper:
Jonny Lee Miller
Annie Cooper:
Victoria Hayes
Earl of Shaftesbury:
Charles Edwards
John Giles:
Jason Denvir
Leary:
David Bliss
Patterer:
John Killoran
Sweeper:
Neil Rutherford
Rob Roy McGregor:
Scott Ransome

The 16th Annual AFI Life Achievement Award, presented in a tribute from Hollywood to this popular actor, the recipient of eight Academy award nominations, opens a special Christmas season of his films. Introduced by Julie Andrews with contributions from
Walter Matthau, Billy Wilder, Roddy McDowall, Janet Leigh, Blake Edwards, Garson Kanin, Neil Simon, Steve Martin and Kevin Spacey (who co-starred with Lemmon in "A Long Day's Journey into Night"), as well as a special rendition of "I've Got a Crush on You" by Shirley Maclaine.
The programme also contains extracts from his many popular films, including "Some Like It Hot", "The Apartment", "The Odd Couple", "Irma La Douce", "Mr Roberts", "It Should Happen to You", "The Days of Wine and Roses" and "That's Life".

Contributors

Presenter:
Julie Andrews
Subject:
Jack Lemmon
Participant:
Walter Matthau
Participant:
Billy Wilder
Participant:
Roddy McDowall
Participant:
Janet Leigh
Participant:
Blake Edwards
Participant:
Garson Kanin
Participant:
Neil Simon
Participant:
Steve Martin
Participant:
Kevin Spacey
Singer:
Shirley MacLaine
Producer:
George Stevens JR

also starring
Walter Matthau. Chicago, 1929: the imminent hanging of Earl Williams, a confused anarchist, could prove to be a considerable election boost for the mayor and sheriff and the hottest story since the St Valentine's Day Massacre. When Hildy Johnson, the Examiner's star reporter, decides on the eve of the execution to quit his job for marriage and a safe position in an advertising agency, he finds making the break from his scheming editor, Walter Burns, even more difficult than he had imagined.
Written by BILLY WILDER and i. A. L. DIAMOND Based on the play by BEN HECHT and CHARLES MACARTHUR Produced by PAUL MONASH Directed by BILLY WILDER
('Jack Lemmon in: Some Like It Hot' tomorrow at 12.20am)
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Contributors

Written By:
Billy Wilder
Written By:
I. A. L. Diamond
Play By:
Ben Hecht
Play By:
Charles MacArthur
Produced By:
Paul Monash
Directed By:
Billy Wilder
Hildy Johnson:
Jack Lemmon
Walter Burns:
Walter Matthau
Mollie Malloy:
Carol Burnett
Peggy Grant:
Susan Sarandon
Sheriff:
Vincent Gardenia
Bensinger:
David Wayne
Kruger:
Allen Garfield
Earl Williams:
Austin Pendleton

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