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Composer of the Week: Byrd

3/5. William Byrd was a Catholic at a time when anti-Catholic feeling was at its height. Donald Macleod discovers how Byrd's faith cost him a great deal of pain and trouble.
Why Do I Use My Paper, Ink and Pen? Richard Wyn Roberts and Robin Blaze (countertenors), Concordia, director Robert Hollingworth Circumspice, Jerusalem
Cardinall's Musick. director Andrew Carwood Deus, Venerunt Gentes Carys Lane (soprano), Richard Wyn Roberts and Robin Blaze
(countertenors), Nicholas Hurndall Smith (tenor), Matthew Brook (baritone), Mass for five voices
Tallis Scholars, conductor Peter Phillips
Non Vos Relinquam (Gradualia: Pentecost) Cambridge Singers, conductor John Rutter Repeated on Tuesday at 12 midnight
BBC Two England

Steptoe and Son

Classic comedy with the father-and-son rag-and-bone business. AnyOld /ron?Albert is becoming seriously concerned about a dealer's interest in Harold.
Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson Producer Duncan Wood
Repeat
BBC Radio 3

Music Restored

Celebrating the Glory of the Voice The last of eight programmes from the York Early Music Festival introduced by George Pratt. A concert given in July in the Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, University of York.
I Fagiolini: Anna Crookes and Carys Lane (sopranos). Richard Wyn
Roberts (countertenor), Hugh Wilson and Nicholas Hurndall Smith
(tenors), Matthew Brook and Robert Hollingworth (basses)
William Cornysh Woefully Array'd Anon A la Fontaine du Pres
Adrian Willaert A la Fontaine du Pres
Clemens non Papa Missa a la
Fontaine du Pres (Kyrie; Sanctus) Mateo de Flecha El Fuego
Adrian Williams A Smile and Ashes Producer Mark Rowlinson
Repeated tomorrow 4pm
BBC Two England

Hostile Witness

Courtroom drama starring
Ray Milland. Sylvia Syms
When his daughter is killed by a hit-and-run driver, barristerbimon
Crawford swears vengeance on the man responsible. Instead, he finds himself in the dock, accused of murder.
Simon Crawford. QC RAY MILLAND , Sheila Larkin SYLVIA SYMS, Mr Justice Osborne FELIX AYLMER. John Naylor RAYMOND HUNTLEY , Major Hugh Maitland GEOFFREY LUMSDEN, Charles Milburn NORMAN BARRS, Sir Matthew Gregory PERCY MARMONT,
Lady Gregory DULCIE BOWMAN , Hamish Gillespie EWAN ROBERTS. Inspector Elsy RICHARD HURNDALL ,
DrWimbome RONALD LEIGH-HUNT , Joanna Crawford SANDRA FEHR Director Ray Milland (1968) * FILM REVIEWS pages 45-50
BBC Radio 3

Faust: Part Two

The concluding part of Johann von Goethe 's epic play first performed in 1854. Adapted by Anthony Vivis from the translation by Louis MacNeice and E L Stahl . Faust continues his striving and restless activity as new adventures fuel his romantic longings.
Music Christos Pittas Rpt
BBC Radio 4 FM

Playhouse

Tristram Shandy A dramatisation of Laurence Sterne 's novel. Tristram Shandy endeavours to tell the story of his life, but is much hampered by his delight in irrelevant anecdote and his love of humorous serendipity.
Dramatised by Peter Buckman Music by James Walker , played by Roger Hellyer and Julia Vorhalik Director Penny Gold
BBC Two England

Zeppelin

I First World War drama FILM starring
Michael York , Elke Sommer Desperate to develop a weapon to counter the Zeppelins flying above the range of British fighter planes over London, the British decide to plant a spy at the German airship factory.
The man chosen, a young Scot of German origin, soon finds himself deep in enemy territory on a vital, dangerous mission.
Director Etienne Pener
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● FILMS: pages 37 -42
BBC One London

I, Monster

Hammer horror starring
Christopher Lee Peter Cushing
An atmospheric version of the Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde story.
1906: Dr Charles Marlowe , an eminent if unconventional doctor, has discovered a new drug which he believes will release his inner self. Using himself as a guinea pig, Dr
Marlowe soon realises that the drug has an altogether more horrific effect.
Director Stephen Weeks * FILMS: pages 35-40
BBC Radio 4 FM

Journey's End

R C Sherriff's classic story of life in the trenches in the First
World War.
Director Christopher Venning (R)
BBC Two England

Ripping Yarns

A series by Michael Palin and Terry Jones.
Starring Michael Palin and Maria Aitken.
Whinfrey's Last Case
Dashing, debonaire Gerald Whinfrey saves his country twice a week. But in 1913 a German plot - to start the First World War without telling anyone - coincides with his holiday. Where will Whinfrey's priorities lie? A knock-about tale of international intrigue.
Suitable for some children.
Executive producer SYDNEY LOTTERBY
Directed by ALAN J.w. BELL (R)
BBC Two England

Zeppelin

Starring and 1915: Zeppelins flying above the range of British fighter planes are dropping bombs on London. Desperate to develop a counter-weapon the British decide to plant a spy at the German airship factory.
Produced by OWEN CRUMP
Directed by ETIENNE PERIER 0 FILMS: page 17
0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC One London

I, Monster

starring
Christopher Lee Peter Cushing. 1906:
Dr Charles Marlowe , an eminent if unconventional doctor, has discovered a new drug which he believes will release his inner self. Using himself as a guinea pig, Dr Marlowe soon realises that the drug has an altogether more horrific effect.
This atmospheric adaptation of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde features Hammer stalwarts Cushing and Lee.
Dr Charles Marlowe/Edward
Screenplay by MILTON SUBOTSKY Produced by MAX J. ROSENBERG and MILTON SUBOTSKY
Directed by STEPHEN WEEKS
0 FILMS: page 15
BBC One London

Zeppelin

starring Michael York Elke Sommer
Marius Goring Rupert Davies
1915 - London is at the mercy of aerial attack by the mighty zeppelins.
Desperate to develop a counter-weapon, the British decide to plant a spy at the German airship factory.
Geoffrey Richter-Douglas , a young Scot of German origin, is chosen for the task. After a carefully stage-managed 'escape' from England he finds himself deep in enemy territory on a vital and dangerous mission.... Professor
Screenplay by ARTHUR ROWE and DONALD CHURCHILL
Produced by OWEN CRUMP
Directed by ETIENNE PERIER
0 FILMS: page 13
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC One London

Zeppelin

starring
Michael York Elke Sommer
Marius Goring Rupert Davies
1915 - London is at the mercy of aerial attack by the mighty Zeppelins. Desperate to develop a counter-weapon, the British decide to plant a spy at the airship plant in Germany.
Geoffrey Richter-Douglas, a young Scot of German origin, is chosen for the task. After a carefully stage-managed 'escape' from England, he finds himself deep in enemy territory on a vital and dangerous mission ...
Screen play by ARTHUR ROWE , DONALD CHURCHILL Produced by OWEN CRUMP
Directed by ETIENNE PERIER
41 FILMS: page 28
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC Radio 3

Boney Jan and the Flying Man

by NIGEL BALDWIN
A British military aircraft apparently ditches in the North Sea. A field officer working for a charity in Africa, who was acquainted with the pilot, is interrogated by the authorities.
Organ played by ALEC LEADER
Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY including an interval at 8.15*
BBC One London

Bergerac

created by ROBERT BANKS STEWART starring John Nettles in Ice Maiden by ROD BEACHAM with Terence Alexander and featuring Sean Arnold
Annette Badland Mela White Guest stars
Liza Goddard , Dave King
Philippa Vale is a jewel thief who never makes mistakes. Underestimating
Jim Bergerac looks like being her first. Or does it.... ?
Directed by ROBERT TRONSON Produced by JONATHAN ALWYN
*CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC One London

Doctor Who

starring Peter Davison
Jon Pertwee , Patrick Troughton Tom Baker and Richard Hurndall as the Doctor in The Five Doctors The last of a four-part story by TERRANCE DICKS
*Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
BBC One London

Doctor Who

starring Peter Davison Jon Pertwee , Patrick Troughton and Richard Hurndall as The Doctor in The Five Doctors
A four-part story by TERRANCE DICKS Part 3:
* Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
BBC One London

Doctor Who

starring Peter Davison Jon Pertwee , Patrick Troughton and Richard Hurndall as the Doctor in The Five Doctors A four-part story by TERRANCE DICKS Part 2
ir Subtitles on Ceefax page 170
BBC One London

Doctor Who: The Five Doctors

A four-part story by Terrance Dicks
A special story to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the longest-running science-fiction series in the world. starring Peter Davison, Jon Pertwee, Patrick Troughton, Richard Hurndall, Tom Baker and William Hartnell as the Doctor

(Part 2 tomorrow at 6.15 pm)
(Subtitles on Ceefax page 170)






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