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: Repondez s'il vous plait

28: Chez nous

: Camberwick Green


: Gold on Crow Mountain

Part 6: Maria is certain that the caretaker is involved in the affair of the gold nugget
Story told by COLIN JEAVONS
Presented by PEGGY MILLER Book 95p: see page 66


Director: Leif Krantz
Told By: Colin Jeavons
Presented By: Peggy Miller
Staffan: Staffan Hallerstam
Maria: Maria Lindberg
Sven-Ake: Stefan Feierbach

: Motor Mouse

and It's the Wolf

: Laurel and Hardy: Fraternally Yours

with Charlie Chase.


Producer: Hal Roach
Director: William A. Seiter
Stan: Stan Laurel
Ollie: Oliver Hardy
Charley: Charlie Chase

: Cup Final Grandstand: Leeds United v Sunderland

from the Empire Stadium, Wembley
Commentator David Coleman with expert analysis of the play and players by Brian Clough, Manager of Derby County; Bobby Charlton, Manchester United; Bob Wilson, Arsenal.

11.15 Cup Final Morning
Frank Bough introduces Grandstand from inside the Empire Stadium. At their Cup Final Headquarters the players of Leeds United and Sunderland talk to Barry Davies and John Motson. And Raich Carter, the captain of Sunderland's winning FA Cup side in 1937, joins the Grandstand team.

11.45 Fight of the Week
Featuring the week's outstanding boxing action.

11.55 Wembley Jubilee
Action highlights of some of the great matches since the first Wembley final in 1923.

12.15 The Cup Final Managers
Don Revie of Leeds United and Bob Stokoe of Sunderland talking to David Coleman.

12.25 Cup Final Knockout: Leeds United v Sunderland
The fun of "It's a Knockout", with teams from the supporters' clubs, present and past players of the clubs, and celebrity supporters. Introduced by Eddie Waring and Stuart Hall

1.15 Goal of the Season
The announcement of the winner of the £300 of Premium Bonds in this popular annual competition, and of the Goal of the Season selected by the Grandstand panel of experts.

1.20 Olga Korbut at Wembley
On her first visit to Britain, the 17-year-old Olympic star comes to Wembley as a special guest of Cup Final Grandstand, along with other members of the Russian Gymnastic team. You can also see Olga, triple gold medallist, training for next week's displays at Earls Court.
Sportsnight, Wednesday 9.25 BBC1

1.40 Inside Wembley
The teams go on to the pitch to inspect Wembley's famous turf. Action highlights of the Finalists' progress to Wembley. Expert analysis and comment by Grandstand's top team.

2.5 Cup Final Athletics
World-class athletes compete over 3,000 metres on the famous Wembley turf. Among the field are David Bedford (GB); Ian Stewart (GB); Emil Puttemans (Belgium: the world record holder at 3,000 and 5,000 metres); Bronislaw Malinowski (Poland).
Also featured is a special 800-metres event.

2.25 The Cup Final Teams
Action profiles of the men playing in this afternoon's final.

2.40 Abide with Me
Frankie Vaughan leads the 100,000 crowd in the singing.

2.50 Presentation of the Teams to HRH The Duke of Kent

3.0 The FA Cup Final
Leeds United v Sunderland

4.45 Presentation of the FA Cup and Medals by The Duke of Kent

4.50 Meet the Winners
The players talk about the match with action replays.

5.5 Final Score
Including news of the Scottish Cup Final at Hampden Park between Celtic and Rangers.
(11.40 News Headlines and Weather)
Cup magic from Roker: pages 6 and 7


Commentator: David Coleman
Pundit: Brian Clough
Pundit: Bobby Charlton
Pundit: Bob Wilson
Presenter: Frank Bough
Reporter: Barry Davies
Reporter: John Motson
Guest: Raich Carter
Commentator (Fight of the Week): Harry Carpenter
Interviewee: Don Revie
Interviewee: Bob Stokoe
Presenter (Cup Final Knockout): Eddie Waring
Presenter (Cup Final Knockout): Stuart Hall
Gymnast/guest: Olga Korbut
Commentator (Olga Korbut at Wembley): Alan Weeks
Commentator (Athletics): David Coleman
Commentator (Athletics): Ron Pickering
Singer: Frankie Vaughan
Television Presentation (FA Cup Final): Alec Weeks
Director (Cup Final Knockout): Bill Taylor
Producer (Cup Final Knockout): Barney Colehan
Television Presentation (Olga Korbut at Wembley): Alan Mouncer
Grandstand presented by: Brian Venner
Grandstand presented by: Richard Tilling
Editor: Alan Hart
Editor: Sam Leitch

: News

Weatherman JACK SCOTT Today's Sport


Unknown: Jack Scott

: Dr Who: Planet of the Daleks: Part 5

A six-part story by Terry Nation
Starring Jon Pertwee
The Doctor and his friends penetrate deep into Dalek HQ in an attempt to carry out their desperate attack plan. Suddenly they are recognised.
(Dr Who theme music is available on record, price 46p from most record shops.)


Writer: Terry Nation
Incidental Music: Dudley Simpson
Script Editor: Terrance Dicks
Designer: John Hurst
Producer: Barry Letts
Director: David Maloney
Vaber: Prentis Hancock
Taron: Bernard Horsfall
Codal: Tim Preece
Rebec: Jane How
Dr Who: Jon Pertwee
Latep: Alan Tucker
Jo Grant: Katy Manning
Wester: Roy Skelton
Dalek voices: Michael Wisher
Dalek voices: Roy Skelton
Dalek operator: John Scott-Martin
Dalek operator: Murphy Grumbar
Dalek operator: Cy Town

: Clunk-Click

The first in a new series of programmes in which Jimmy Savile meets his friends, either in the studio or wherever they live and work.


Unknown: Jimmy Savile
Designer: Eric Walmsley
Producer: Roger Ordish

: The Saturday Western: Flaming Star

starring Elvis Presley with Barbara Eden , Steve Forrest
Dolores Del Rio , John Mclntire
The Burton family, although of mixed blood, are more or less accepted by the local White community until the Kiowa Indians attack a neighbouring farm and kill all but one of the inhabitants. Elvis Presley , in his first strong dramatic role, plays the ill-fated half-breed Pacer, who when war comes tries to establish himself as either White or Indian - and finds neither side will accept him.
This Week's Films: page


Unknown: Elvis Presley
Unknown: Barbara Eden
Unknown: Steve Forrest
Unknown: Dolores Del Rio
Unknown: John McLntire
Unknown: The Burton
Unknown: Elvis Presley
Director: Don Siegel
Pacer: Elvis Presley
Roslyn Pierce: Barbara Eden
Clint: Steve Forrest
Neddy Burton: Dolores Del Rio
Pa Burton: John McIntire
Buffalo Horn: Rudolph Acosta
Dred Pierce: Karl Swenson
DOC Phillips: Ford Rainey
Angus Pierce: Richard Jaeckel
Dorothy Howard: Anne Benton
Tom Howard: L Q Jones
Will Howard: Douglas Dick

: The Dick Emery Show

A comedy series starring Dick Emery Written by JOHN WARREN and JOHN SINGER featuring Pat Coombs
Amelia Bayntun , Sheila Bernette Susan Jameson , Bill Pertwee John Quayle , Toke Townley


Unknown: Dick Emery
Written By: John Warren
Written By: John Singer
Unknown: Pat Coombs
Unknown: Amelia Bayntun
Unknown: Sheila Bernette
Unknown: Susan Jameson
Unknown: Bill Pertwee
Unknown: John Quayle
Unknown: Toke Townley
Designer: Richard Hunt
Producer: Colin Crarman
the Interviewer: Gordon Clyde

: A Man Called Ironside

A new film series starring with guest star James Shigeta No Motive for Murder
In the last days of World War II Ironside, as a prisoner-of-war, had good reason to be grateful to the Japanese officer who befriended him. Now it is time to repay the debt when Ironside receives an urgent call for help from Tokyo.


Unknown: James Shigeta
Robert Ironside: Raymond Burr
Det-Sgt Brown: Don Galloway
Mark Sanger: Don Mitchell
Fran: Elizabeth Baur

: News

with Richard Whitmore Weather


Unknown: Richard Whitmore

: Cup Final Match of the Day

David Coleman introduces action, analysis, news and interviews about Wembley's 50th Cup Final from the Winners' Banquet Hotel in the heart of London's West End.
The Leeds United v Sunderland Cup Final action is analysed by Brian Clough, Manager of Derby County, Bobby Charlton, England's most-capped international, saying farewell to soccer as a player this month, and Arsenal and Scotland goalkeeper Bob Wilson.
Cup magic from Roker: pages 6 and 7


Presenter/commentator: David Coleman
Pundit: Brian Clough
Pundit: Bobby Charlton
Pundit: Bob Wilson
Cup Final Day television presentation: Alec Weeks
Cup Final Day television presentation: Ricky Tilling
Cup Final Day television presentation: Fred Viner
Cup Final Day television presentation: Bob Duncan
Match of the Day presented by: Jonathan Martin
Editor: Sam Leitch

: Presenting Lena Martell

with her special guests
The Alex Welsh Jazz Band and The Fortunes accompanied by The Lorelei
Brian Fahey and the New Scottish Radio Orchestra, leader Ian Tyre
BBC Scotland


Singer: Lena Martell
Musicians: The Alex Welsh Jazz Band
Musicians: The Fortunes
Vocal backing: The Lorelei
Musicians: Brian Fahey and the New Scottish Radio Orchestra
Leader: Ian Tyre
Musical Associate: Nicky Welsh
Designer: Jim Longmuir
Producer: Iain MacFadyen

: Sergeant Bilko: Platoon Saloon

A selection from one of the funniest television comedy series of all time starring
Phil Silvers as Sergeant Ernie Bilko

Bilko is not exactly overjoyed when an eager recruit is assigned to the Motor Pool. But his attitude changes somewhat when he discovers that the newcomer is sole heir to a multi-million dollar fortune...


Sergeant Ernie Bilko: Phil Silvers

: Weatherman


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