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: Interval

: Disc a Dawn

Welsh Pop Show

: Interval

: The News

Weatherman BERT FORD

Contributors

Unknown: Bert Ford

: Closedown

: Play School

A programme for children under 5

: Jackanory

With ROSALIE CRUTCHLEY The Village that Slept by MONIQUE P. DE LADEBAT
3: A Name for the Baby

Contributors

Unknown: Rosalie Crutchley

: Hope and Keen's Crazy House

starring and special guests Pickettywitch
Crazy House, it's fun to be inside you
Crazy House where anything mad goes!
This week, Albie decides that it's time the inmates of the Crazy House had some physical exercise. Crumble and Mike are his first victims -with dire results!
In the Guest Room are that very popular group PICKETTYWITCH.
Writers MIKE CRAIG and LAWRIE KINSLEY with additional material by HOPE and KEEN and PAUL CIANI
MUSiC by THE TOM GILHOOLY TRIO Designer COLIN GREEN
Producer PAUL CIANI

Contributors

Unknown: Mike Craig
Unknown: Lawrie Kinsley
Unknown: Paul Ciani
Producer: Paul Ciani
Mike Hope and: Albie Keen
Crumble the Butler: Peter Goodwright
Mrs Grapple the Cook: Ruth Kettlewell

: Chingachook

3: The Indians are put to flight and Bludgeon brings in the Army.
English version by DE LANE LEA LTD Presented by PEGGY MILLER

Contributors

Presented By: Peggy Miller
Chingachook: Gojko Mitic
Bludgeon: Hannjo Hasse
Catherine: Barbara Brylska

: Abbott and Costello

A cartoon series

: Your Region Tonight

followed by Regional Weather
(London only: Nationwide in Colour)

: If You Were Me

From the film series shown earlier this year in which children from different countries lived for a time in each other's homes and described their reactions.
Today MILICA ZARIC of Zabrezje, a Serbian village in Yugoslavia, and NICOLA French of Swanmore, a village in Hampshire.
The film is not only charming but oddly moving as they learn to fit in with the odd habits of each other's families. GUNDAY TIMES
Directors TIM BYFORD , DRAGAN BABIC
Associate producer OLGA VLATKOVIC
Producer MOLLY COX
A BBC/RTB co-production

Contributors

Unknown: Milica Zaric
Directors: Tim Byford
Directors: Dragan Babic
Producer: Olga Vlatkovic
Producer: Molly Cox

: Sing Hi, Sing Lo

A non-stop programme of popular music starring
The Pattersons, Cy Grant
Lyn and Graham McCarthy Marian Segal and Jade and Alastair McDonald
BBC SCOTTISH RADIO ORCHESTRA leader IAN TYRE conductor IAIN SUTHERLAND
Musical arrangements NICKY WELSH Designer JIM LONGMUlR
Producer IAIN MACFADYEN

Contributors

Unknown: Cy Grant
Unknown: Graham McCarthy
Unknown: Marian Segal
Conductor: Iain Sutherland
Designer: Jim Longmulr
Producer: Iain MacFadyen

Blog posts that mention this programme:

Environmentally themed: creating the music for Down to Earth 1 March 2018
Environmentally themed: creating the music for Down to Earth 1 March 2018

: Mission Impossible

The exploits of a team of expert and daring undercover agents whose job is to prove that their missions are, in fact, anything but. Led by with This week: The Killer
Barney dices with death as bait for an assassin.

Contributors

Jim Phelps: Peter Graves
Paris: Leonard Nimoy
Barney: Greg Morris
Willy: Peter Lupus
Dana: Lesley Warren
Lorca: Robert Conrad
Barton: Davis Roberts
Flo: Carole Carle
Chambers: Byron Morrow

: Paul Temple

Created by FRANCIS DURBRIDGE starring with The Man Who Forged Real Money by JOHN LUCAROTTI
An African Embassy in London makes good cover for a clever international conspiracy.
Cast in order of appearance
Make-up ELIZABETH SAVILLE Costumes MAGGIE FLETCHER Script editor MARTIN HALL Designer PETER BLACKER
Producer derrick SHERWIN Director KEN HANNAM

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Durbridge
Unknown: John Lucarotti
Unknown: Elizabeth Saville
Unknown: Costumes Maggie Fletcher
Designer: Peter Blacker
Producer: Derrick Sherwin
Director: Ken Hannam
Paul: Francis Matthews
Steve: Ros Drinkwater
Sammy Carson: George Seweli
Ken Umbraga: Johnny Sekka
Elly Umbraga: Sheila Scott-Wilkinson
George Gutrani: Thomas Baptiste
Joseph Lunda: Mark Heath
Miles Ramsden: Barrie Cookson
Secretary: Gloria Stewart
Leo Goldberg: Bernard Spear
Ernst Klaasen: Gabriel Woolf
Docker: Cyril Varley
Giorgi: Milo Sperber
Official: John Boswall
Archie: Christopher Biggins

: The Fifties

Robert Robinson takes a look at May 1952.
Britain got her own atom testing site. Coronation preparations began. Newcastle beat Arsenal in the Cup Final. Johnnie Ray sang ' Cry.' The Foreign Office officially sacked Burgess and McLean.
Director WILL WYATT
Producer lAIN JOHNSTONE

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Robinson
Unknown: Johnnie Ray

: The Nine O'Clock News

presented by Richard Baker Weather

Contributors

Presented By: Richard Baker

: Show Jumping from The Royal International Horse Show 1971

at the Empire Pool, Wembley featuring tonight
The Queen Elizabeth II Cup
(Holder: ' 'Merely a Monarch,' Anneli Drummond-Hay ) and The King George V Gold Cup
(Holder: ' Mattie Brown ,' Harvey Smith )
The two major international individual competitions - which represent the most coveted titles contested by lady and gentlemen riders respectively - provide a programme unique in spectacle, excitement and atmosphere. The large influx of foreign riders at this Show and last week at Hickstead means that Great Britain's representatives will need to call on all their considerable experience if the stylish challenge of these accomplished visitors is to be resisted.
Commentators DORIAN WILLIAMS and RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
Presented for television by ALAN MOUNCER and BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown: Anneli Drummond-Hay
Unknown: Mattie Brown
Unknown: Harvey Smith
Commentators: Dorian Williams
Unknown: Raymond Brooks-Ward
Television By: Alan Mouncer
Television By: Bill Taylor

: 24 Hours

Presented by Ludovic Kennedy with the latest news in pictures and reports by BERNARD FALK MAX HASTINGS , JAMES HOGG DAVID LOMAX , TOM MANGOLD
BARRIE PENROSE and DAVID TAYLOR with special contributions from KEITH KYLE and ROBERT MCKENZIE
Producer of the week JOHN DEKKER Editor ANTHONY SMITH

Contributors

Presented By: Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown: Bernard Falk
Unknown: Max Hastings
Unknown: James Hogg
Unknown: David Lomax
Unknown: Tom Mangold
Unknown: Barrie Penrose
Unknown: David Taylor
Unknown: Keith Kyle
Unknown: Robert McKenzie
Unknown: John Dekker
Editor: Anthony Smith

: The Sky at Night

How Far Are the Stars?
The nearest star - not counting our own sun, which is a star -is 25 million million miles from us. Patrick Moore uses a school cricket-pitch to show how the distances of the stars have been worked out: and he explains that, because the light of stars travels so far to reach us, we see many of them not as they are now but as they were centuries ago.
Director PATRICIA WOOD
Producer PATRICIA OWTRAM

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Moore
Director: Patricia Wood
Producer: Patricia Owtram

: Anglers' Corner

Introduced by Bernard Venables This week: Roach
Float fishing on a quiet backstream in Spring.
Producer MAX MUNDEN

Contributors

Introduced By: Bernard Venables
Producer: Max Munden

: Weatherman; Regional News and Weather

(all except London and Wales)
Closedown








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