by Bob Block
A series of five programmes
Fred Mumford returns to Earth from the Spirit World to open a business called 'Rentaghost' which offers ghosts and poltergeists on a daily or weekly rental basis. He is sometimes helped, but more often hindered, by Davenport, a fussy Victorian ghost, and Claypole, a mischievous medieval poltergeist. Their first problem is where to find the office rent. Fred decides to call on his parents for help, but Mr and Mrs Mumford don't even know their son is dead ...
Today's news and views in your corner of England presented by the BBC's regional newsrooms. Then at 6.25 Michael Barratt Frank Bough , Bob Wellings and Dilys Morgan take a look at the scene Nationwide.
Editor JOHN GAU
(Regional details as Monday)
by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft
Everyone in the store believes that Young Mr Grace intends to propose to Mrs Slocombe.
Young Mr Grace:
The small handicap:
The solve-it-yourself mystery series in the company of Jim Hutton as Ellery Queen and David Wayne as his father, Police Inspector Richard Queen of the New York Homicide Bureau in the late 40s
Guest star Donald O'Connor
Ellery Queen does not take kindly to the news that he and his best-selling novels are being lampooned in a lurid strip cartoon. He is even less pleased when, as a result of this insult, he is clapped in jail for murder.
starring Bryan Marshall David Savile with Andrew Burt , John Lee Special guest William Lucas And Wings of Gold by IAN MACKINTOSH
The new Captain of HMS Hero has a way with jet-fighters and women, but an Arctic ice-field is no place to test his prowess with a frigate.
Designers BRIAN TREGIDDEN. IAN WATSON Producer JOE WATERS
Director MICHAEL E. BRIANT
The Other Woman by Watson Gould
Kim, an angry young artist, disrupts the lives of Robin, a family man, and Niki, a temp sec - for whom she is the other woman.'
SUE LAWLEY , DENIS TUOHY and DONALD MACCORMICK
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