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Year: 1970 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974 | 1975 | 1976 | 1977


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Episode #1.1

2 January 1970

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter
John Wells ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 2: Episode #1.2

16 January 1970

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 3: Auguste Rodin

30 January 1970

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Diana Dors ... Herself
Ronald Eyre ... Himself
Henry Moore ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 4: Episode #1.4

13 February 1970

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 5: Tattooing

27 February 1970

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 6: Peter Hall

13 March 1970

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Peter Hall ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 7: Leonard Bernstein

27 March 1970


Leonard Bernstein ... Himself
Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 8: Episode #1.8

10 April 1970

Nicholas Blake ... Himself (as Cecil Day Lewis)
Rosemary Brown ... Herself
Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter
Edward Ruscha ... Himself (as Ed Ruscha)

Season 1, Episode 9: The Wildest Show on Earth: The Circus Hoffman

24 April 1970

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 10: Seamus Heaney

8 May 1970

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Seamus Heaney ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 11: Episode #1.11

22 May 1970

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter
Ellen Stewart ... Herself
John Wells ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 12: Episode #1.12

26 June 1970

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

André Previn ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 13: A New Tribe in Israel

10 July 1970

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Season 1, Episode 57: Poetry

22 May 1974


Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Episode #2.1

19 September 1970

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - presenter
Bill Kenwright ... Himself

Ralph Richardson ... Himself
Milton Shulman ... Himself
Peter Terson ... Himself

Unknown Season


A Good Trip to Xanadu

22 October 1972

A Tale of Two Toads

8 January 1972

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter
Derek Smith ... Toad in London Production

Peter Woodthorpe ... Toad in RSC Production

A-Ronne

13 November 1976

Luciano Berio ... Himself

Peter Hall ... Himself - Presenter
Swingle II ... Themselves

Alfred the Great

5 August 1972
Aquarius visits the film set of 'Frenzy'
Colin M. Brewer ... Himself
Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Alfred Hitchcock ... Himself
Anthony Shaffer ... Himself

Gilbert Taylor ... Himself (as Gil Taylor)

Joby Blanshard ... Himself (uncredited)
John Boxer ... Himself (uncredited)

Anna Scher Children's Theatre

3 November 1974

Aquarius Christmas Special: A Play in a Manger

24 December 1972

Brian Clark ... Himself

Aquarius International Music Festival

22 September 1974

Aquarius in Japan

2 October 1971

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter
Russell Harty ... Himself
Charles Squires ... Himself (as Charlie Squires)

Aquarius in Paris

19 June 1971

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter
Pierre Cardin ... Himself
Claire Gallois ... Herself

Susan Hampshire ... Herself

Wole Soyinka ... Himself
Clovis Trouille ... Himself
John Wells ... Himself

Brook in Paris

11 January 1976


Peter Brook ... Himself

Peter Hall ... Himself - Presenter

Children's Music Teaching/Apartheid Film/VIttorio De Sica

23 November 1974


Vittorio De Sica ... Himself (archive footage)
Carl Orff ... Himself

Cookham to Calvary

18 March 1972

Dame Janet

25 September 1976

Janet Baker ... Herself (as Dame Janet Baker)

Peter Hall ... Himself - Presenter

Denis Mitchell: Television's Master Film Maker

17 October 1970

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter
Denis Mitchell ... Himself

Desire Revisted-Streetcar/Pulcinella

7 April 1974
A review of the stage version of 'A Streetcar Named Desire' and Rossini's 'Turk in Italy' set to a cartoon film 'Mr Punch' and directed by Luzzati.

Joss Ackland ... Stage actor

Claire Bloom ... Stage actress
Emanuele Luzzati ... Himself

Martin Shaw ... Stage actor

Down by the Greenwood Side - A Pantomime with a Difference

17 December 1972

Eric Allan ... St. George
Philip Baldwin ... Boy
Keith Chegwin ... Boy

Roger Delgado ... Dr. Blood
Jenny Hill ... Mrs. Green

Michael Kilgarriff ... Father Christmas
London Sinfonietta ... Themselves
Keith Washington ... The Bold Slasher

Edinburgh Three-O

4 September 1976


Billy Connolly ... Himself
Andrew Cruickshank ... Himself
Osian Ellis ... Himself
Geraint Evans ... Himself

Peter Hall ... Himself - Presenter
London Sinfonietta ... Themselves
Peter Pears ... Himself

Anna Quayle ... Herself

Twyla Tharp ... Herself

Elton John: Mr. Superfunk

3 April 1971

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter
Gus Dudgeon ... Himself

Elton John ... Himself

Bernie Taupin ... Himself

Fanfare for Europe

7 January 1973

Finnan Games

28 December 1975


Peter Hall ... Himself - Presenter
Russell Harty ... Himself

Firework Man

15 February 1977

Ken Campbell ... Himself

Peter Hall ... Himself - Host

For Brutus is a Real Cool Cat

19 September 1970

Bill Kenwright ... Himself

Ralph Richardson ... Himself
Milton Shulman ... Himself
Peter Terson ... Himself

He Is a Camera

27 November 1976


Peter Hall ... Himself - Presenter

Joris Ivens ... Himself
Marceline Loridan Ivens ... Herself (as Marceline Loridan)

Hello Dali!

11 November 1973

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Salvador Dalí ... Himself
Russell Harty ... Himself

Jack Good's Rock Othello

13 November 1970
Documentary on Jack Good's stage musical "Catch my Soul" based on the Othello play.

Jack Good ... Himself (as Jack Goode)
P.J. Proby ... Himself

Kenny Everett's London

26 August 1972

John Allin ... Himself - painter
Kenny Everett ... Himself
Raymond Mander ... Himself - curator
Joe Mitchenson ... Himself - curator

Lacquer Lust + Made by

16 November 1975

Lacquer Lust + Made by Makepeace

16 November 1975

Milligan 'n' Melly

16 September 1973

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter
John Chilton's Feetwarmers ... Themselves
George Melly ... Himself

Spike Milligan ... Himself

Mother Ireland

11 September 1976


Peter Hall ... Himself - Presenter
Russell Harty ... Himself
Edna O'Brien ... Herself

Mr. Satie Passes Through

2 July 1977


Peter Hall ... Himself - Presenter
John McCabe ... Himself

Nuremburg

28 August 1971

On Wings of Song

6 February 1971

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Pablo Casals at the United Nations

30 October 1971

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Pau Casals ... Himself (as Pablo Casals)

Pornography Should Never Be Forbidden

6 November 1971

Humphrey Burton ... Himself -chairman
Martin Cole ... Himself
Michael Howard ... Himself
Lord Longford ... Himself
John Mortimer ... Himself
Richard Neville ... Himself
Mary Whitehouse ... Herself

Pressure Cookie

26 June 1971

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Adam Faith ... Himself

Verity Lambert ... Herself

Mike Newell ... Himself

Reggae

18 September 1976


Peter Hall ... Himself - Presenter
Aswad ... Themselves
Cimarons ... Themselves
Sharon Forester ... Herself
Ijahman Levi ... Himself (as Ijahman)
Matumbi ... Himself
Roy Shirley ... Himself
Nicky Thomas ... Himself
Delroy Washington ... Himself

Return to Pagan Place

5 November 1972

Edna O'Brien ... Herself

Rubinstein Festival

15 September 1974

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Artur Rubinstein ... Himself

Spring Heeled Jack

20 September 1970

Michael Croft ... Himself
Bill Kenwright ... Himself

Ralph Richardson ... Himself
Milton Shulman ... Himself
Peter Terson ... Himself

Strindberg's Stronger/LS.Lowry/Liverpool's Kop

1 May 1971

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Britt Ekland

Marianne Faithfull ... Woman2 - Segment -Strindberg
Vic Feather ... Himself - Segment-LS.Lowry

The Amadeus Quartet

28 October 1973

Amadeus Quartet ... Themselves

The Best Television in the World?

1 April 1972

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

The Four Seasons

1 January 1977

James Galway ... Himself

The Great Gondola Race: Part 1

2 March 1975

The Great Gondola Race: Part 2

9 March 1975

The Music Lovers

20 February 1971

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Ken Russell ... Himself

The Three Marias

25 October 1975
Dramatisation about a book banned in Portugal in 1971, written by three women to further the cause of women's rights.

Maria Aitken ... Maria
Jill Bennett ... Maria
Joanna Dunham ... Maria

Peter Hall ... Himself -host

Flora Robson

The Unknown Warrior

19 November 1972

Why Shun a Nude Tag?

3 December 1972

Paul Hardwick ... Himself

Michael Hordern ... Himself

Dudley Moore ... Himself

Diana Rigg ... Herself

Episode dated 3 October 1970

3 October 1970

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Donald Pleasence ... Himself

Episode dated 20 March 1971

20 March 1971


James Baldwin ... Himself
Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 5 June 1971

5 June 1971


Colin Blakely ... Deeley in Old Times
Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter
George Hamilton IV ... Himself
Vivien Merchant ... Anna in Old Times

Liza Minnelli ... Sally Bowles

Dorothy Tutin ... Kate in Old Times

Episode dated 12 June 1971

12 June 1971

Julian Bream ... Himself
Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter
Kenny Everett ... Himself

Episode dated 3 July 1971

3 July 1971

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter
Georg Solti ... Himself

Episode dated 18 September 1971

18 September 1971

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter
Mary McCarthy ... Herself

Peter Ustinov ... Himself

Episode dated 25 September 1971

25 September 1971

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter
Joe D'Orazio ... Himself

Episode dated 9 October 1971

9 October 1971

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

David Niven ... Himself

Episode dated 16 October 1971

16 October 1971


Alan Bennett ... Himself
Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 23 October 1971

23 October 1971

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Episode dated 1 January 1972

1 January 1972

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter

Esther Ofarim ... Herself
Charles Squires ... Himself (as Charlie Squires)

Episode dated 15 January 1972

15 January 1972

Episode dated 23 September 1973

23 September 1973

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter
Kenneth Clark ... Himself - 'Leonardo da Vinci'

Larry Adler ... Himself - Harmonica Player, 'George Gershwin'
John Ogdon ... Himself - Pianist, 'George Gershwin'

Richard Johnson ... Himself - Reader

Episode dated 30 September 1974

30 September 1974

Humphrey Burton ... Himself - Presenter
Kyung-Wha Chung ... Herself

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