with Donny MacLeod , Marian Foster
Jan Leeming and David Seymour including One Summer Day
Highspots of the summer of 77 re-lived through the eyes of three very different groups of people. This week: Lundy Island
Editor TERRY DOBSON
This place contains a factory, a pottery, a stately home and a vintage steam railway. Willie Munn
Narration BRIAN CANT
with Hannah Gordon Stories for Christmas by ALISON UTTLEY
Today: The Holly Bears a Berry
When Timothy the woodcutter is given a very special bunch of berried hollv, his wife and child enjoy an enchanting Christmas.
Illustrations by JOANNA TROUGHTON
AdaDted and directed by MICHAEL KERRIGAN
Producer ANGELA BEECHING Executive producer ANNA HOME
A series in five episodes by JOHN CHALLEN
Graham is the Gang's representative in a local go-kart race. But Mildred puts up a spirited challenge, with William as her unwilling partner. 5:Cameraderie
Sound recordist RON BLIGHT Photography PAUL WHEELER Film editor TONY TEW
Executive producer ANNA HOME Director MARILYN FOX
with John Noakes
Peter Purves and Lesley Judd and the latest news of the Key-Note Appeal. Watch the totaliser totting up your envelopes. Every single key and car will help reach the Two Million Target. Send your contribution to the depot at: [address removed]. Also in today's programme, PETER visits the studio of sculptor WILLIAM TYMIM to film the first stages in the making of the bronze statue of Petra.
Assistant editor JOHN ADCOCK Editor BIDDY BAXTER
Blue Peter Fourteenth Book, Â£1.25, from bookshops
with Angela Rippon Weatherman
Nationwide raises the curtain on a week of special seasonal editions with its very own pantomime. The regular team will be taking a popular panto story and giving it a topical treatment.
Producers RONALD NEIL , ANDREW TAUSSIG GORDON WATTS, HUGH WILLIAMS
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON Editor JOHN GAU
Introduced by Noel Edmonds and Peter Purves
Two farmers, a ship's plater, a civil servant, a transport manager, two engineers, a lorry driver, a businessman and a garage owner make up the ten amateur drivers who are competing for the title of BBC Television's Driver of the Year and the trophy that goes with it. These finalists have come to Cadwell Park from the four corners of the United Kingdom to take part. Facing them are six events building up to a motor race, where, for the first time, they meet each other in open competition. It proves to be a decisive and fitting finale to a closely-fought contest.
Everything to Play For
We spend about a million pounds a day on toys and, with only four shopping days to Christmas, the industry will soon know what sort of year it has been.
Throughout the year, reporters Michael Rodd and Judith Hann have listened in on boardrooms, met designers and talked with workers in Britain's toy companies. Tonight, they reveal the secrets which mean success or failure, not only this Christmas but in the years to come: because, as every manufacturer knows, success comes to him who takes the . risks and gets it right.
Designer JOHN COLEMAN Graphics TERRY SPEKE
Film editor ROBIN SALES
Studio director JOHN GORMAN Producer ANDY WISEMAN
Editor MICHAEL BLAKETAD
Introduced by Charles Wheeler
The Panorama correspondents at home and abroad are
MICHAEL COCKERELL , DAVID TAYLOR
RICHARD LINDLEY , TOM MANGOLD and JULIAN MOUNTER
Deputy editor ELWYN PARRY-JONES Editor CHRISTOPHER CAPRON
with Angela Rippon ; Weather
The Olympia International
Show Jumping Championships featuring
The Radio Rentals Grand Prix for The Olympia Trophy
Only the most successful riders of the entire five-day show qualify for this final competition which carries prize money of £5,000.
The Norwich Union Fancy Dress Competition
With all the riders letting their hair down to round off this unique show.
Introduced by DAVID VINE
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS and RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
Producers FRED VINER , JOHNNIE WATHERSTON
Introduced by Denis Tuohy with the Ludovic Kennedy interview Including News Headlines
Producer BARBARA MAXWELL
Editor MIKE TOWNSON