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: Square Two: 12: Calculating change

A second start in mathematics
Introduced by Bill Coleman

Contributors

Presenter: Bill Coleman

: Repondez S'il Vous Plait: 22: Il faut appeler la police

An invitation to speak French

: Wie bitte?: Programme 22

A beginners' course in German
Introduced by Leslie Banks

Contributors

Presenter: Leslie Banks

: Closedown

: Weatherman

Graham Parker looks at the weekend weather

Contributors

Weatherman: Graham Parker

: Grandstand

featuring The Rugby League Championship Semi-Final
Introduced by Frank Bough

12.55*; 2.40*; 3.10* Cricket: Glamorgan v Kent
Glamorgan, the 1969 County Champions, begin their defence of the title against Kent, who are likely to be one of their strongest challengers.

1.30*; 2.5* International Show-Jumping: The Prix des Nations
Great Britain's leading show-jumpers compete in Rome in Europe's top team show-jumping event.
TV presentation by the Italian Television Service

1.50*; 2.20*; 2.55*; 3.25* Racing from Ascot
2.0 The Hampton Court Stakes Handicap (11 miles)
2.30 The Mayfair Stakes (5 furlongs)
3.5 The Victoria Cup Handicap (7 furlongs)
3.35 The Paradise Stakes (2 miles)

3.45* Rugby League
Outside Broadcast coverage of one of today's semi-final matches in the Rugby League Championship.

5.0* Results Service

Grandstand Timetable
12.55 Cricket from Swansea
1.30 Show-jumping from Rome
1.50 Racing from Ascot
2.5 Show-jumping from Rome
2.20 Racing from Ascot
2.40 Cricket from Swansea
2.55 Racing from Ascot
3.10 Cricket from Swansea
3.25 Racing from Ascot
3.45 Rugby League
5.0 Results Service

Contributors

Presenter: Frank Bough
Commentator at Swansea (Cricket): Wilfred Wooller
Commentator at Swansea (Cricket): Jim Laker
TV Presentation (Cricket): David Brace
Commentator (International Show-Jumping): Dorian Williams
Commentator (Racing): Peter O'Sullevan
Commentator (Racing): Clive Graham
TV Presentation (Racing): Dennis Monger
Commentator (Rugby League): Eddie Waring
TV Presentation (Rugby League): Ray Lakeland
Grandstand presented for television by: Richard Tilling
Editor: Alan Hart

: Dr Who: The Ambassadors of Death: Part 7

by David Whitaker
Starring Jon Pertwee
with Caroline John and Nicholas Courtney

General Carrington goes ahead with his plan to provoke a Space War. Only the Doctor can prevent him. But the Doctor is a prisoner and the Brigadier is powerless to rescue him.

Contributors

Writer: David Whitaker
Title Music: Ron Grainer and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Incidental Music: Dudley Simpson
Script Editor: Terrance Dicks
Designer: David Myerscough-Jones
Producer: Barry Letts
Director: Michael Ferguson
Liz Shaw: Caroline John
General Carrington: John Abineri
Dr Who: Jon Pertwee
Reegan: William Dysart
Astronaut: Ric Felgate
Astronaut: Steve Peters
Astronaut: Neville Simons
Control Room assistant: Joanna Ross
Brigadier Lethbridge Stewart: Nicholas Courtney
Ralph Cornish: Ronald Allen
John Wakefield: Michael Wisher
Private Johnson: Geoffrey Beevers
Sergeant Benton: John Levene
Alien Captain: Peter Noel Cook
Aliens' voices: Peter Halliday

: The Debbie Reynolds Show: Advise and Dissent

Another hilarious episode in the life of the delectable Debbie Reynolds starring as Debbie Thompson with the family she delights, mystifies, and maddens...

This week: Advise and Dissent
...the decline and fall of Auntie Debbie!

Contributors

Debbie Thompson: Debbie Reynolds
Husband Jim: Don Chastain
Sister Charlotte: Patricia Smith
Brother-in-law Bob: Tom Bosley
Nephew Bruce: Bobby Riha

: The News

Contributors

Weatherman: Graham Parker

: Dad's Army: Something Nasty in the Vault

by Jimmy Perry and David Croft
Starring Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn
featuring John Laurie as Pte Frazer, James Beck as Pte Walker, Arnold Ridley as Pte Godfrey, Ian Lavender as Pte Pike

Something Nasty in the Vault
in which our heroes discover an unexploded bomb in the vault of Captain Mainwaring's bank
with Janet Davies as Mrs Pike, Bill Pertwee as the ARP Warden
Special guest: Robert Dorning as the Bank Inspector
and Norman Mitchell as Capt Rogers
The voice of Bud Flanagan

Contributors

Writer: Jimmy Perry
Writer/Producer: David Croft
Voice (singer, signature tune): Bud Flanagan
Design: Paul Joel
Captain Mainwaring: Arthur Lowe
Sgt Wilson: John Le Mesurier
Lance Corporal Jones: Clive Dunn
Pte Frazer: John Laurie
Pte Walker: James Beck
Pte Godfrey: Arnold Ridley
Pte Pike: Ian Lavender
Mrs Pike: Janet Davies
ARP Warden: Bill Pertwee
Bank Inspector: Robert Dorning
Captain Rogers: Norman Mitchell

: High Adventure: Sign of the Pagan

Starring Jeff Chandler, Jack Palance with Ludmilla Tcherina, Rita Gam

A spectacular tale of the pagan ruler Attila, King of the Huns. In AD 450, with the Roman Empire split between Rome and Constantinople, a centurion falls into the hands of Attila, and plays a vital part in averting a treacherous attempt to overthrow the Empire.

Contributors

Screenplay: Oscar Brodney
Screenplay: Barre Lyndon
Producer: Albert J. Cohen
Director: Douglas Sirk
Marcian: Jeff Chandler
Attila: Jack Palance
Princess Pulcheria: Ludmilla Tcherina
Kubra: Rita Gam
Paulinus: Jeff Morrow
Theodosius: George Dolenz

: The Black and White Minstrel Show

Television's fastest spectacular bringing back the Magic of the Minstrels
Starring The Mitchell Minstrels
featuring John Boulter, Dai Francis, Margaret Savage, Andy Cole, Peter Kaye
with The Television Toppers
and Les Rawlings, Elspeth Hands, Delia Wicks, Les Want, Jean McGuire

Contributors

Singers/Dancers: The Mitchell Minstrels
Singer: John Boulter
Singer: Dai Francis
Singer: Margaret Savage
Singer: Andy Cole
Comedian/Presenter: Peter Kaye
Dancers: The Television Toppers
Singer: Les Rawlings
Dancer/Choreography: Elspeth Hands
Dancer: Delia Wicks
Singer: Les Want
Singer/Dancer: Jean McGuire
Orchestra leader: Freddie Clayton
Orchestra conducted by/Vocal arrangements: George Mitchell
Orchestra conducted by/Orchestrations: Alan Bristow
Choreography: Ralph Tobert
Additional Material: Alan Field
Additional Material: Peter Robinson
Settings: Martin Collins
Devised and produced by: George Inns

: That Day in Dallas: LBJ Speaks

Tragedy and Transition
Friday, 22 November 1963: Texas
12.15 pm The Presidential Motorcade drives into Dallas.
12.28 pm The President's car approaches Dealey Plaza. Close behind in another car is the Vice-President.
12.30 pm Shots are fired from Book Depository. John Fitzgerald Kennedy, President of the USA, is assassinated.
1.15 pm Lee Harvey Oswald kills a police officer.
1.50 pm Oswald is arrested.
2.38 pm Lyndon Baines Johnson is sworn in as President of the most powerful nation in the world.

What were the new President's emotions and thoughts?
What did he see of the murder which made him President?
What decisions did he make?
How did he reach those decisions?

For the first time since that day when the entire world was stunned, former President Lyndon Baines Johnson answers those questions in this exclusive interview with American reporter Walter Cronkite.
Introduced by Robert MacNeil
Produced by CBS of America
(That Day in Dallas: page 6)

Contributors

Presenter: Robert MacNeil
Interviewee: Lyndon Baines Johnson
Interviewer: Walter Cronkite
Presented for BBCtv by: Ronnie Noble

: The News

With Robert Dougall and Weather

Contributors

Newsreader: Robert Dougall

: Football Champions of the World

Introduced by Frank Bough
Recalling the greatest football achievement in our history - how England won the 1966 World Cup and, for the first time, became 'Champions of the World.'
Tonight: England v Uruguay at Wembley; Hungary v Brazil at Goodison Park; England v Mexico at Wembley
Highlights from the biggest sporting operation ever mounted in this country.
(World Cup: page 14)

Contributors

Presenter: Frank Bough
Film Editor: Lewis Fawcett
Producer: Leslie Kettley

: Braden's Week

In the last programme in the current series One man, Bernard Braden and his team John Pitman, Esther Rantzen, Sean O'Reilly take a look at some of the things that happened during the last six months, and some of the things that didn't.
Harold Williamson, Jake Thackray, Alex Glasgow, Hilary Pritchard and Chris Munds help the team sum up the series

Contributors

Presenter: Bernard Braden
Reporter: John Pitman
Reporter: Esther Rantzen
Reporter: Sean O'Reilly
Interviewer: Harold Williamson
Singer: Jake Thackray
Singer: Alex Glasgow
Performer: Hilary Pritchard
Performer: Chris Munds
Designer: Don Giles
Director: Simon Wadleigh
Producer: Adam Clapham
Editor: Desmond Wilcox
Editor: Bill Morton








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