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: Barnaby

Barnaby swims out to sea and is rescued by some sailors, but they give him a lot of work to do on board.

: Lassie's Rescue Rangers

A cartoon series
Episode 6
Lassie is trapped at the top of a Big Dipper and the situation seems desperate.

: Why Don't You

- just switch off your television set and go and do something less boring instead? Such as - what?
A collection of ideas from children all over the country. The WDY gang uses your ideas of something to do or make, so Why Don't You send us a card?
("Why Don't You?", BBC, [address removed])


Designer: John Bone
Producer: Patrick Dowling

: Homes from Home

4: Caring for Children

: Kontakte

23: Was sind Sie von Beruf ?


Unknown: Sie von Beruf

: Laurel and Hardy

Two of the world's greatest laughter-makers in Any Old Port
It's on with the gloves when Stan and Ollie spring to the defence of a damsel in distress - at least as far as Stan is concerned!


Director: James Horne
Producer: Hal Roach

: Weatherman

KEITH BEST looks at the weekend weather

: Cup Final Grandstand

direct from the Empire Stadium, Wembley with Frank Bough
David Coleman , Jimmy Hill
The 1975 FA Cup Final Fulham v West Ham United
BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you the whole of football's great occasion, with slow-motion replays of the game's outstanding moments, and analysis of the play and players by Don Revie , England team manager Bobby Charlton , player-manager of Preston North End
11.15 Cup Final Morning
FRANK BOUGH introduces Grandstand from the Wembley pitch.
BARRY DAVIES and JOHN MOTSON report from the Cup Final headquarters of Fulham and West Ham.
TONY GUBBA meets the supporters on their way to Wembley.
Gymnastics Champions All
This annual invitation event at Wembley has become one of the premier gymnastic championships in the world. This year there was a record entry of men and women from 12 European countries, including the youngest-ever competitor, 14-year-old NADIA COMANECI from Romania, who threatened to become the first girl ever to beat the Russians in this event.
Organised by the BAGA in conjunction with the Daily Mirror. Commentators ALAN WEEKS and RON PICKERING
12.0 Moore Glory!
Bobby Moore made his League debut for West Ham in September 1958, the beginning of a remarkable career which included captaining winning Final sides at Wembley in three consecutive years, including the World Cup in 1966. Today BOBBY MOORE returns to Wembley in a Fulham shirt, and JOHN MOTSON recalls the highlights of his footballing life and talks to some of the people who have shared it with him.
12.15 Meet the Teams
BARRY DAVIES and JOHN MOTSON talk to the players at their Cup Final headquarters, and DAVID COLEMAN talks to the managers, Alec Stock of Fulham and John Lyall of West Ham.
Cup Final Knockout
The excitement of It's a Knockout as teams from the supporters' clubs of Fulham and West Ham meet in this special contest for Cup Final Day. Among the personalities joining in are present and past players and celebrity supporters. Introduced by EDDIE WARING and STUART HALL Referee ARTHUR ELLIS
1.35 Goal of the Season
See the winning goals, and find out who has won E200 of Premium Bonds in this annual competition.
Inside Wembley
The Cup Final atmosphere mounts as the teams arrive to inspect the Wembley turf.
Action highlights of the finalists' road to Wembley.
The Cup Final Teams
BOB WILSON introduces action profiles of the men who will be playing this afternoon.
2.15 The Footballers' Mile
Players from leading Football League clubs, dressed in their club colours, race around the Wembley arena in a new Cup Final event which will set the crowds roaring.
2.50 Presentation of the Teams to HRH The Duke of Kent
The FA Cup Final
Fulham v West Ham United
3.45 Half-time marching display by the MASSED BANDS OF THE CORPS
Director of Music CAPT R. A. HUNT
3.55 The FA Cup Final Second half
4.45 Presentation of the Cup and Medals by The Duke of Kent
4.50 Meet the Winners
The 'players of the match talk to BARRY DAVIES , with action replays of the outstanding moments.
5.5 Final Score
Including news of the Scottish Cup Final between Airdrie and Celtic.
Television presentation: FA Cup Final ALEC WEEKS Cup Final Knockout: Director GEOFF WILSON
Producer BARNEY COLEHAN Champions All PAUL LANG Grandstand presented by BRIAN VENNER and RICHARD TILLING Editor ALAN HART
Cup Final Match of the Day: 10.10 pm


Unknown: Frank Bough
Unknown: David Coleman
Unknown: Jimmy Hill
Unknown: Don Revie
Unknown: Bobby Charlton
Commentator: David Coleman
Unknown: Barry Davies
Unknown: John Motson
Unknown: Ron Pickering
Unknown: Bobby Moore
Unknown: Bobby Moore
Unknown: John Motson
Unknown: Barry Davies
Unknown: John Motson
Talks: David Coleman
Talks: John Lyall
Introduced By: Eddie Waring
Introduced By: Stuart Hall
Unknown: Referee Arthur Ellis
Introduces: Bob Wilson
Unknown: Jimmy Hill
Unknown: Don Revie
Unknown: Bobby Charlton.
Unknown: R. A. Hunt
Unknown: Barry Davies
Director: Geoff Wilson
Presented By: Brlan Venner
Presented By: Richard Tilling
Editor: Alan Hart

: Boss Cat

: News

Weatherman KEITH BEST
5.45 Sport/Regional News

: Dr Who: Revenge of the Cybermen: Part 3

A four-part story by Gerry Davis.
Starring Tom Baker.
The Cybermen plan to destroy the planet of gold - but will the Vogans destroy them first?


Writer: Gerry Davis
Incidental Music: Carey Blyton
Film Cameraman: Elmer Cossey
Film Sound: John Gatland
Film Editor: Sheila S. Tomlinson
Producer: Philip Hinchcliffe
Director: Michael E. Briant
Cyberleader: Christopher Robbie
First Cyberman: Melville Jones
Commander Stevenson: Ronald Leigh-Hunt
Lester: William Marlowe
Dr Who: Tom Baker
Kellman: Jeremy Wilkin
Tyrum: Kevin Stoney
Sheprah: Brian Grellis
Sarah Jane: Elisabeth Sladen
Harry Sullivan: Ian Marter
Vorus: David Collings

: Dixon of Dock Green

starring Jack Warner
Chain of Events by GERALD KELSEY A threatening phone call turns a routine case into an intensive man-hunt.
Series created by TED WILLIS Designer TIM GLEESON Producer JOE WATERS Director MARY RIDGE


Unknown: Gerald Kelsey
Unknown: Ted Willis
Designer: Tim Gleeson
George Dixon: Jack Warner
Janet Greenwood: Penelope Beaumont
Tony Pope: Len Jones
Clive Sutcliffe: Lawrence Douglas
Len Miller: Derek Ware
Mrs Hood: Sheila Beckett
PC Dewar: David Masterman
Sgt Wills: Nicholas Donnelly
Det-Insp Crawford: Peter Byrne
Det-Sgt Brewer: Gregoryde Polnay
Mr Greenwood: Michael Turner
Grainger: Brian Vaughan
Mrs Greenwood: Maggle Walker
Skinner: Derek Benfield
Collins: Robert Hamilton
Mrs Jennings: Pamela Duncan
Cmdr Dennison: Richard Grant

: Saturday Night at the Movies: The Naked Jungle

Charlton Heston , Eleanor Parker Christopher Leiningen has spent 15 years carving out an immense cocoa-bean plantation from the South American wilderness. Now wealthy and successful and with a beautiful young bride, he is suddenly faced with a new threat from the jungle -a deadly army of soldier ants.
Director byron HASKIN
This Week's Films: page 17


Unknown: Charlton Heston
Unknown: Eleanor Parker
Unknown: Christopher Leiningen
Director: Byron Haskin
Leiningen: Charlton Heston
Joanna Leiningen: Eleanor Parker
Incacha: Abraham Sofaer
Commissioner: William Conrad
Zala: Norma Calderon
Gruber: John Dierkes
Medicine Man: Douglas Fowley
Mayi: Ronald Numenka

: Look - Mike Yarwood

Mike Yarwood
Special material SPIKE MULLINS With LARRY MARTYN and featuring REFLECTIONS
Musical director ALAN BRADEN Vocal backing THE LADYBIRDS Designer STEVE BROWNSEY
Assistant producer ALAN BOYD Producer MICHAEL HURLL


Unknown: Mike Yarwood
Written By: Eric Davidson
Unknown: Spike Mullins
Unknown: Larry Martyn
Director: Alan Braden
Designer: Steve Brownsey
Producer: Alan Boyd
Producer: Michael Hurll

: Cannon

starring William Conrad Guest star Peter Haskell Blood Money
Cannon unravels a jail conspiracy in which a young doctor is accused of murder.


Unknown: William Conrad

: News

with Richard Whitmore ; Weather


Unknown: Richard Whitmore

: Cup Final Match of the Day

direct from the 1975 FA Cup-winners' victory banquet in London's West End.
Jimmy Hill introduces action highlights from this afternoon's meeting of WEST HAM and FULHAM, and talks to the winners as they celebrate their Wembley triumph with their wives and friends.
David Coleman is the Cup Final commentator, and JIMMY HILL analyses the key action, with comment from the BBC match experts-Don Revie, manager of England, and Bobby Charlton.
Cup Final TV presentation ALEC WEEKS Match of the Day presented by MARTIN HOPKINS and JOHN SHREWSBURY Editor JONATHAN MARTIN


Introduces: Jimmy Hill
Unknown: David Coleman
Unknown: Jimmy Hill
Unknown: Bobby Charlton.
Unknown: Alec Weeks
Presented By: Martin Hopkins
Unknown: John Shrewsbury
Editor: Jonathan Martin

: That's Life

with Esther Rantzen
CYRIL FLETCHER with Oddities of the week Song of the week LOIS LANE
A late-night collection of the jokes, dramas and problems that happen in real life.


Unknown: Esther Rantzen
Reporters: Kieran Prendiville
Unknown: Glyn Worsnip
Unknown: Cyril Fletcher
Music By: Tony Kinsey
Director: Mike Catherwood
Editor: John Morrell

: Storyteller

Donal Donnelly tells The Fawn Pup by BRIAN FRIEL


Unknown: Donal Donnelly
Unknown: Brian Friel
Producer: Frances Whitaker

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

Through the listings, you will also be able to use the Genome search function to find thousands of radio and TV programmes that are already available to view or listen to on the BBC website.

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