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: Men on the Moon

Throughout today and tomorrow Cliff Michelmure will be introducing BBCtv's up-to-the-minute coverage of this new space venture
In the Space Studio James Burke will track and translate each stage of the mission. With him in London Patrick Moore
COLIN RIACH , GEOFFREY PARDOE and scientific experts invited to comment on the moon walks
In America, at Mission Control, Houston, Michael Charlton
Looking at the issues raised by the whole Apollo project. Doctors, geologists, astro physicists from the ranks of Britain's leading Space experts with outside broadcast teams at the King's Road, Chelsea, and Holland Park School in London
Studio designer GEORGE DJURKOVIC Directors TAM FRY , BRIAN VENNER JONATHAN MARTIN
Producers JOHN MORRELL , JOHN MANSFIELD PETER PAGNAMENTA. DAVID FILKIN , DAVID HARTSILVER , ROBERT WIGHTON , ANTHONY MONCRIEFF
News editor, DEREK MAUDE Executive producers
MICHAEL LATHAM. RICHARD FRANCIS
Presented by the BBC Apollo Unit in Association with the EBU. NBC and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
7.0
Apollo Breakfast Special
Minute-by-minute coverage as the astronauts Conrad and Bean fly the landing module Intrepid down to the Sea of Storms including national and world news, time checks and weather Touchdown due at 7.53
9.0
The Moon and Man
What does the conquest of the moon really mean for man? When will you and your children be able to go there? CLIFF MICHELMORE introduces reports answering the questions people are asking.
11.30 Moon Walk
Conrad and Bean prepare to leave the lunar module for man's second exploration of the moon Live picture due at 12.6
As the astronauts start their 3½hours' walk, interviews with JAMES MCDIVITT and the men responsible for planning the exploration and experiments on the moon. During the walk, live pictures from a camera near Intrepid with comment from the Space Studio
3.30 World News and Reaction
4.0
The Watching World
A look at how TV is bringing the Apollo story to the world

Contributors

Unknown: Cliff Michelmure
Unknown: James Burke
Unknown: Colin Riach
Unknown: Geoffrey Pardoe
Unknown: Michael Charlton
Designer: George Djurkovic
Directors: Tam Fry
Directors: Brian Venner
Directors: Jonathan Martin
Producers: John Morrell
Producers: John Mansfield
Producers: Peter Pagnamenta.
Producers: David Filkin
Unknown: David Hartsilver
Unknown: Robert Wighton
Unknown: Anthony Moncrieff
Editor: Derek Maude
Producers: Michael Latham.
Producers: Richard Francis
Introduces: Cliff Michelmore
Unknown: James McDivitt

: Play School

: Children's Space Questions

answered by JAMES BURKE and PATRICK MOORE

Contributors

Unknown: James Burke
Unknown: Patrick Moore

: The Singing, Ringing Tree

Part 3 told by TONY BILBOW

Contributors

Told By: Tony Bilbow

: Wild World

Animals in close-up, in action and in our lives with TONY SOPER and JILL DAWE
Directors KEITH HOPKINS and PETER CRAWFORD
Producer JOHN SPARKS

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Soper
Unknown: Jill Dawe
Directors: Keith Hopkins
Directors: Peter Crawford
Producer: John Sparks

: Hector's House

: National News

and Weather

: London

The facts, the people, the background of the nation
Introduced by Alan Shallcross
Produced by MICHAEL TOWNSON

Contributors

Introduced By: Alan Shallcross
Produced By: Michael Townson

: * Moon Walk

Special
Highlights of today's activities on the moon including the landing of Intrepid and the exploration of the Sea of Storms

: The Doctors

starring John Barrie, Richard Leech, Justine Lord, Paul Massie with Irene Hamilton and Barry Justice
Written by Donald Bull
Three Doctors with nine thousand patients. A new twice-weekly serial showing how they handle the day-to-day problems and crises of their patients, and their own...
(Acting a ten to five day: pages 6-11)

Contributors

Writer: Donald Bull
Lighting: Tom Moncrieff
Sound: Gordon MacKie
Make-up: Dawn Alcock
Make-up: Monica Ludkin
Costumes: Odette Barrow
Theme Music: Tony Hatch
Graphics: Alan Jeapes
Script Editor: Maggie Allen
Designer: Tom Carter
Producer: Colin Morris
Director: Michael Ferguson
Norma Beckett: Hazel Graham
Mrs Groom: Pamela Duncan
Molly: Lynda Marchal
Dr Liz McNeal: Justine Lord
Tom Durham: Paul Massie
Mrs Beckett: Jeannette Sterke
Gran Beckett: Katherine Parr
Clem Beckett: Jonathan Marshall
Nigel Beckett: Michael Reynalds
Edna Gilmore: Alison Fiske
Mrs Baynes: Maureen O'Reilly
Dr Roger Hayman: Richard Leech
Indira: Rani Dube
Dr John Somers: John Barrie
Woman patient: Eleanor Smale
Man patient: Derek Chafer
Hospital nurse: Rohan McCullough
Hospital doctor: Barry Justice
Bob Gilmore: David Savile
Nella Somers: Alexandra Dane
Mrs Hayman: Irene Hamilton
Ray Hayman: Stephen Follett
Jo Hayman: Elaine Mileham
Restauranteur: Frank Jarvis
The elegant one: Steve Peters
Nella's lady friend: Olga Lowe

Blog posts that mention this programme:

The Sunday Post: Soap on the Box 3 July 2016
The Sunday Post: Doctors and Nurses 18 October 2015

: The Laugh Parade All for Mary

starring
Nigel Patrick , Kathleen Harrison David Tomlinson , Jill Day
Two young bachelors arrive in Switzerland for a skiing holiday and fall for the hotel proprietor's daughter - Mary. Things do not turn out quite as they had expected - when measles strikes

Contributors

Unknown: Nigel Patrick
Unknown: Kathleen Harrison
Unknown: David Tomlinson
Clive Morton: Nigel Patrick
Nannie: Kathleen Harrison
Humpy Miller: David Tomlinson
Mary: Jill Day
Gaston Nikopopoulos: Leo McKern

: * The Main News

with ROBERT DOUGALL including Apollo 12 report and highlights of the moonwalk from COLIN RIACH in the Space Studio

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Dougall
Unknown: Colin Riach

: The Wednesday Play

There is also Tomorrow by HUGO CHARTERIS with Glyn Houston as Ronald Sutherland
Jean Harvey as Cynthia Sutherland Ann Penfold as Sally Sutherland David Burke as Len Col. Sutherland, about to retire as co of a nuclear missile regiment, is shocked to see his daughter Sally on TV-taking part in a student demonstration.
Designer TONY ABBOTT
Script editor SHAUN MACLOUGHLIN Producer GRAEME MCDONALD
Directed by JOHN MACKENZIE

Contributors

Unknown: Hugo Charteris
Unknown: Glyn Houston
Unknown: Ronald Sutherland
Unknown: Jean Harvey
Unknown: Cynthia Sutherland
Unknown: Ann Penfold
Unknown: Sally Sutherland
Unknown: David Burke
Unknown: Len Col.
Designer: Tony Abbott
Editor: Shaun MacLoughlin
Producer: Graeme McDonald
Directed By: John MacKenzie
Izzy: Neville Smith
Joe: Luke Hardy
Rosemary: Geraldine Sherman
Henry: John Nettleton
Bill Morgan: Kenneth Farrington
Major: Alec Ross
John Sutherland: Christian Comber
Guitarist: John Bull
Students: Willie Jonah
Students: Robert Wilde
News reader: Corbet Woodall
NOO: Alistair MacLane
Hall porter: John Baker
Interviewer: Peter MacAnn
MP: Raymond Farrell
Americans: Michael Sloan
Americans: Jerry King
Americans: James Allan
Chinese: Cecil Cheng
Chinese: Richard Woo

: 24 Hours

A daily look at what matters in the news and out of it with the latest news in pictures including the latest report on Apollo 12's first day on the moon

: Grandstand Special

Association Football and International Tennis
Introduced by David Vine
BBC Outside Broadcast cameras give you a close-up view of the two big sporting events of the day.
Football: Recorded highlights of one of tonight's top matches. Commentator
KENNETH WOLSTENHOLME
Producer ALEC WEEKS
The British Covered Courts Open Championships: Highlights of the third day's play at the Empire Pool and Sports Arena, Wembley, where the world's top players compete for £ 20,000 in prize money and the W. D. and H. 0. Wills Trophies.
Commentators DAN MASKELL and JACK KRAMER
Producers A. P. WILKINSON
ALAN MOUNCER , BRIAN JOHNSON

Contributors

Introduced By: David Vine
Unknown: Kenneth Wolstenholme
Commentators: Dan Maskell
Commentators: Jack Kramer
Producers: A. P. Wilkinson
Unknown: Alan Mouncer
Unknown: Brian Johnson

: Apollo Midnight Report

JAMES BURKE sums up the first day of man's second visit to the moon with highlights from the television coverage live from the Sea of Storms, plus a look ahead to tomorrow's lunar plans

Contributors

Unknown: James Burke








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