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: Midday News

Weather BARBARA EDWARDS

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Edwards

: Pebble Mill

with the personalities and talking points of the day, including
People and Pets: the practical guide to pet care.

: How Do You Do!

CARMEN MUNRO introduces rhymes and counting games and tells another story about the children who go to a place where there is plenty to do and room to play. Caroline's Hat
Illustrated by JOAN HICKSON Percussion GREG KNOWLES
Musical director PETER PETTINGER Designer JOHN HOLLAND
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE Written and directed by CAROLE WAR

Contributors

Unknown: Carmen Munro
Illustrated By: Joan Hickson
Unknown: Greg Knowles
Director: Peter Pettinger
Designer: John Holland
Producer: Cynthia Felgatz
Directed By: Carole War

: Closedown

: Pobol y Cwm

Serial
(English transmitters only. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)

: Play School

: Astronut

More adventures of space-traveller Astronut

: Jackanory

With RONALD PICKUP
The Ghost of Thomas Kempe by PENELOPE LIVELY
2: Sorcerer's Apprentice

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Kempe

: Animal Magic

Introduced by Johnny Morris With SHEILA YOUNG
Stuck for a Christmas present? Animal Magic has lots of gift ideas for friends with pets, or pets themselves: from dog whistles to bird feeders.
Pets' Spot: David Taylor on how to look after tropical fish. Bird-watcher extraordinary Bill Oddie takes time off from The Goodies to be Johnny's special guest.
And DAFILA SCOTT watches the return of the magnificent Bewick Swans to the Wildfowl Trust at Slimbridge.
Producer MIKE BEYNON. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Introduced By: Johnny Morris
Unknown: David Taylor
Unknown: Bill Oddie
Unknown: Dafila Scott
Producer: Mike Beynon.

: Boss Cat

: Ivor the Engine

: Evening News

with Angela Rippon ; Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Rippon

: Nationwide

Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today
Points West, Spotlight South West present news and views in your region tonight.
Then at 6.17 Nationwide

: Regional programmes

LONDON One More Time!: a non-stop sequence of popular tunes.

SOUTH WEST Peninsula: The Rippon Report. ANGELA RIPPON meets the Cornish folk singer BRENDA WOOTTON , who sings traditional jazz as well as folk.

WEST The Songs of Paul Nicolaides : with the help of friends this Bristol songwriter performs some of his compositions, reflecting various styles and influences.

SOUTH Hey Look ... That's Me!: chris barris recalls highlights of the last series and brings news of the next one.

MIDLANDS Action! The Final: TERRY JONES presents the three finalist films, and the Trophy is awarded to the winner. Introduced by DUNCAN GIBBINS with JOHN JORDAN as adjudicator.

EAST Royal Sandringham: a look behind the scenes at the running of this 20.000 acre estate as an efficient commercial enterprise.

NORTH WEST Ken Dodd 's Christmas Laughter Show: DR KEN DODD 'S Ticklemas remedy for pre-Christmas nervous tension, suitable for all ages.

NORTH Beneath the Pennines: SID PEROU , the award-winning Yorkshire cameraman, goes to Leek Fell, to explore the forbidding Pippikin Pot.

NORTH EAST Tuesday North: Looks Natural. The final edition of the present series. Tonight, the winner of the competition is announced. IAN ARMSTRONG, JIM ALDER and TONY TYNAN join TOM KILGOUR to answer and discuss your questions.

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Rippon
Singer: Brenda Wootton
Unknown: Paul Nicolaides
Unknown: Terry Jones
Introduced By: Duncan Gibbins
Unknown: John Jordan
Unknown: Ken Dodd
Unknown: Dr Ken Dodd
Unknown: Sid Perou
Unknown: Pippikin Pot.
Unknown: Jim Alder
Unknown: Tony Tynan
Unknown: Tom Kilgour

: The Oregon Trail

Another episode in the adventures of a pioneer family on their way to a new life in the old West. Starring

Contributors

Evan Thorpe: Rod Taylor
Margaret Devlin: Darleen Carr
Luther Sprague: Charles Napier

: Come Back Mrs Noah

by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft
Starring Mollie Sugden as Mrs Noah
Co-starring Ian Lavender as Clive Cunliffe
Featuring Donald Hewlett as Carstairs, Michael Knowles as Fanshaw

The year is 2050. Mrs Noah - prize-winning housewife - is being shown round Great Britain's new Space Exploration Vehicle.

(Next week: a repeat of Porridge starring Ronnie Barker in "The Desperate Hours")

Contributors

Writer: Jeremy Lloyd
Writer/Producer: David Croft
Sound: Laurie Taylor
Lighting: Howard King
Designer: Don Giles
Mrs Noah: Mollie Sugden
Clive Cunliffe: Ian Lavender
Carstairs: Donald Hewlett
Fanshaw: Michael Knowles
Mission controller: Robert Gillespie
Assistant controller: Ann Michelle
Garstang: Joe Black
Technician: Jennifer Lonsdale
Television presenter: Gorden Kaye

Blog posts that mention this programme:

The Sunday Post: You Have Been Watching... Are You Being Served? 28 August 2016
The Sunday Post: Lost laughs 14 February 2016

: Mastermind

with Magnus Magnusson
The last competition in the Semi-final round, which gives a chance to the four best losers from the earlier heats to compete for the last place in the Final. Tonight, at the University of Salford, the contenders are:
TOM DAWKES , librarian
The history of linguistics, 19th and 20th centuries
SIR DAVID HUNT , retired ambassador The Allied Armies in Italy, World War II
ANDREW WOOD. graduate The Glorious Revolution
JONATHAN DALRYMPLE-SMITH air-taxi pilot
English poetry of World War I
Director PETER MASSEY Producer BILL WRIGHT

Contributors

Unknown: Magnus Magnusson
Unknown: Tom Dawkes
Unknown: Sir David Hunt
Director: Peter Massey
Producer: Bill Wright

: Nine O'Clock News

with Angela Rippon ; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Rippon

: Play for Today

Charades by ANTONIA FRASER with Jennifer Hilary , Martin Jarvis and Marty Cruickshank
' We've just got to get it right. It'll be our little secret. When all the other servants have gone out, we'll play this little game to amuse ourselves. A sort of private charade.'
Designer HELEN RAE
Producer PHARIC MACLAREN Director RODERICK GRAHAM BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown: Antonia Fraser
Unknown: Jennifer Hilary
Unknown: Martin Jarvis
Unknown: Marty Cruickshank
Designer: Helen Rae
Producer: Pharic MacLaren
Director: Roderick Graham
Davina: Jennifer Hilary
Sir Fergus: Martin Jarvis
Annabel: Rosalind Ayres
Torquil: Martin Cochrane
Kirstie: Marty Cruickshank
Charlie: John Truscott
Jock: Paul Young
Lady Caroline: Jennifer Hilary
Sir James: Martin Jarvis
Hector: Martin Cochrane
Young Fergus: Michael Anderson
Young Torquil: Paul Ewing

: Tonight

Introduced by DENIS TUOHY Including News Headlines
Film producer ROGER BOLTON Editor MIKE TOWNSON

Contributors

Introduced By: Denis Tuohy
Producer: Roger Bolton
Editor: Mike Townson

: Bellamy's Europe

The ninth of ten films
The Sea that Lost its Savour
In the Baltic it is possible to catch fresh and salt water fish in the same net. David Bellamy visits this strange sea, where the plants and animals struggle to adapt to different degrees of saltiness.
Director ANNA JACKSON
Producer MIKE WEATHERLEY

Contributors

Unknown: David Bellamy
Director: Anna Jackson
Producer: Mike Weatherley








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