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: Open University

6.40 The Face of Italy

7.5 James Bond (2)

7.30 Finance in Education

: Closedown

: Eisteddfod 77

A report, in Welsh, on yesterday's events at the National Eisteddfod of Wales at Wrexham.
(English transmitters only. Shown last night on BBC Cymru/Wales)

: The Wombles

Narrated by Bernard Cribbins.

: Jackanory

With JEREMY KEMP
Thunder and Lightnings by JAN MARK
Today: Unknown Warrior

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Mark

: Jumbo Spencer

A five-part story by HELEN CRESSWELL
Jumbo's Reform Club has a really important campaign for the village of Shoredale - unfortunately it does not go as planned.
2: Jumbo and the Police
Producer DAPHNE JONES
Director JEREMY SWAN

Contributors

Story By: Helen Cresswell
Producer: Daphne Jones
Director: Jeremy Swan

: One Man and His Dog

In Search of a Champion Heat 2: Scotland
Introduced by PHIL DRABBLE and ERIC HALSALL
Producer PHILIP s. GILBERT

Contributors

Introduced By: Phil Drabble

: International Golf

The Colgate
European LPGA Championship from Sunningdale.
Once again, the Old
Course at Sunningdale is the venue for this glamour event of the British golfing calendar. Introduced by TONY GUBBA

Contributors

Introduced By: Tony Gubba

: On the Move

A lively look at words and letters With DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and TOM JACKSON
Script BARRY TOOK

Contributors

Unknown: Donald Gee
Unknown: Bob Hoskins
Unknown: Tom Jackson
Script: Barry Took

: News

Weather BARBARA EDWARDS

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Edwards

: Ragtime

: International Golf

The Colgate
European LPGA Championship
A further visit to the second day's play

: Eisteddfod 77

The Chairing Ceremony of The Royal National Eisteddfod of Wales Scene described by r. ALUN EVANS

Contributors

Unknown: R. Alun Evans

: International Golf

The Colgate
European LPGA Championship
More action from this £50,000 Ladies' Event

: Play School

: Striker

A serial in seven parts by KENNETH COPE . Episode 2
After a fight with Mark, Ben is accepted into the team and sets about training them for the cup match.
Producer ANNA home
Director COLIN CANT

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Cope
Producer: Anna Home
Director: Colin Cant
Bomber: Keith Allingham
Man in club: Denis Cleary
Harry: Joe Gladwin
Mr Dyker: Geoffrey Hinsliff
Mark: Stephen Howe
Soggy: Simon Manley
Ben Dyker: Kevin Moreton
Jacky: Sylvia O'Donnell
Wayne: Ian Sinclair
Mr Robson: Arthur White
Nicky: Sam Williams

: We are the Champions 1977

The Final
Introduced by RON PICKERING Special guest Brendan Foster From Branksome School, Darlington
' When you hear a " horn ", " bell or " siren" ...' the cue for ' surprise ' games which add to the excitement of this light-hearted sporting series final. Taking part in the outdoor and swimming events: HUNTCLIFF SCHOOL, SALTBURN
BRECON HIGH SCHOOL
THE BROXBOURNE SCHOOL and the Scottish heat winners
Producer CLIVE DOIG

Contributors

Introduced By: Ron Pickering
Producer: Clive Doig

: Evening News

Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kendall

: The Characters of London

Nationwide reporter Bernard Falk wanders the streets of London to discover some of the capital's little-known corners and characters.
Film editor MIKE SCHOOLEY Producer PETER BATE

Contributors

Reporter: Bernard Falk
Editor: Mike Schooley
Producer: Peter Bate

: Dr Who: The Deadly Assassin: Part 1

starring Tom Baker
A four-part story by Robert Holmes
Death strikes in the dark cloisters of the Time Lord Capitol. The Doctor, alone now, is a hunted fugitive in the city that was once his home...

Contributors

Writer: Robert Holmes
Incidental Music: Dudley Simpson
Producer: Philip Hinchcliffe
Director: David Maloney
Dr Who: Tom Baker
The President: Llewellyn Rees
Commander Hilred: Derek Seaton
Castellan Spandrell: George Pravda
Co-ordinator Engin: Erik Chitty
Voice: Helen Blatch
Chancellor Goth: Bernard Horsfall
Commentator Runcible: Hugh Walters
Cardinal Borusa: Angus MacKay
The Master: Peter Pratt
Time Lord: John Dawson
Time Lord: Michael Bilton
Gold Usher: Maurice Quick

: The Whole Universe Show: Timeslice 5: Under the Dinosaurs' Feet

Eight different answers to the question Where Do I Come From? starting from the beginning of time.
The Whole Universe Machine, set to 200 million years ago, finds the continents of Planet Earth all gathered into one giant landmass. Masters of the Supercontinent are an extraordinary variety of animals - the Dinosaurs.
The kids find out what made the Dinosaurs evolve, how they lived, and how they died out. On the Whole Universe Machine's video-link is Dr Beverley Halstead of Reading University, to show them a few Dinosaurs and discuss their fate.
Their guide to the Whole Universe is Ian McNaught-Davis.

Contributors

Presenter: Ian McNaught-Davis
Speaker: Dr Beverley Halstead
Script: Nigel Calder
Executive Ptroducer: Karl Sabbagh
Producer: Stuart Harris

: Top of the Pops

Introduced by Jimmy Savile , OBE LEGS & CO
TOP OF THE POPS ORCHESTRA
Musical director JOHNNY PEARSON Choreography FLICK COLBY Sound ALAN MACHIN
Producer ROBIN NASH

Contributors

Introduced By: Jimmy Savile
Director: Johnny Pearson
Unknown: Alan MacHin
Producer: Robin Nash

: The Rockford Files

starring James Garner in The Italian Bird Fiasco
When it comes to fun and games, the legendary Maltese Falcon hasn't a leg to stand on compared with the precious cormorant Rockford is commissioned to acquire, as he finds out to his cost.

Contributors

Unknown: James Garner
Becker: Joe Santos
Edward Barrows: Gerald S Peters
Thomas Caine: William Daniels
Jeffers: William Jordan
Stack: Peter Palmer
Whitlock: ,eric Server
Evelyn Stoneman: Camilla Sparv
Ted Haller: Ron Silver
Clerk: Peter Ashton
Collins: Dean Santoro
Guard: D'Mitch Davis

: Mr Big

Written by PETER JONES and CHRISTOPHER BOND
This week: Vote for Rocksburgh starring
Lighting PETER BOOTH
Sound MALCOLM JOHNSON
Designer BERNARD LLOYD JONES Producer dennis main wilson Director RAY BUTT

Contributors

Written By: Peter Jones
Written By: Christopher Bond
Unknown: Peter Booth
Unknown: Malcolm Johnson
Designer: Bernard Lloyd Jones
Director: Ray Butt
Peter Jones,: Prunella Scales
Ian Lavender,: Carol Hawkins
and featuring: John Phillips
as: Leopold Rushworth
Traffic warden: Elizabeth Knight
Busker: Mannie Winter
Dog lady: Eunice Black
Thug: Terry Duggan
First housewife: Winnie Holman
Second housewife: Joyce Hemson
John: Timpson Himself

: Nine O'Clock News

with Kenneth Kendall ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kendall

: The Hollywood Greats

Profiles of five stars from the golden age of Holllywood. Written and presented by Barry Norman 1: Clark Gable with personal comments from
Princess Grace of Monaco, who starred with Gable in Mogambo Dore Schary , former Head of MGM Jean Garceau , Gable's private secretary for 21 years
Howard Hawks, producer/director Virginia Grey, actress and friend
Frank Capra , who directed Gable's Oscar-winning performance in It Happened One Night Adela Rogers St Johns, journalist and friend Robert Wagner , actor Al Menasco ,
Gable's best friend
Film editor BERT MEADOWS Production assistants
JUDY LINDSAY
MARGARET SHARP
Producer BARRY BROWN

Contributors

Presented By: Barry Norman
Presented By: Clark Gable
Unknown: Mogambo Dore Schary
Unknown: Jean Garceau
Unknown: Frank Capra
Unknown: Robert Wagner
Unknown: Al Menasco
Unknown: Judy Lindsay
Producer: Barry Brown

: Play for Today: Through the Night

by TREVOR GRIFFITHS with Alison Steadman as Christine Potts and Jack Shepherd as Dr Pearce
Christine Potts, in hospital for a routine operation, comes to face the most important crisis in her life.
There was a spiky honesty about the writing and a firm belief in the idea that human beings deserve to know the truth. (DAILY TELEGRAPH) A painful but important documentary drama. (DAILY MAIL) The director, Michael Lindsay-Hogg, so utilised the studio as to leave room only for suspension of disbelief, and this excellence was matched by a display of the best in current naturalistic acting. (THE LISTENER)

Contributors

Writer: Trevor Griffiths
Producer: Ann Scott
Director: Michael Lindsay-Hogg
Christine Potts: Alison Steadman
Dr Pearce: Jack Shepherd
Mr Stourton: Tony Steedman
Dr Seal: Thelma Whiteley
Mrs Scully: Anne Dyson
Anna Jay: Julia Schofield
Joe PottS: Dave Hill
Sister Warren: Andonia Katsaros
Nurse O'Malley: Phylomena McDonagh
Staff Nurse Brenton: Sheila Kelly
Nurse Chatterjee: Rebecca Mascarenhas
Registrar: Richard Wilson
Night Sister: Patricia Leach
Theatre Sister: Wendy Wax
Night Nurse: Sue Elgin
Night Nurse: Angela Bruce
Night Nurse: Anna Mottram
Anaesthetist: John Rowe
Dr Mount: Richard Ireson
Lucy: Jeillo Edwards
Porter: Louis Cabot
Mrs Goodwin: Anna Wing
Martha Paisley: Jane Freeman
Outpatients Sister: Rachel Davies
Auxiliary: Barbara Ashcroft
Tea lady: Shirley Allen
Religious Visitor: Peter Lawrence
Mother: Kathleen Worth
Woman patient: Myrtle Devenish
Joan: Jeanne Doree
Agnes: Lucy Griffiths








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