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MARIAN FOSTER and TONY FRANCIS
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Posh Nosh in which Michael Smith goes behind the scenes to meet some of Britain's top cooks.
Editor JIM DUMIGHAN
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with Johnny Ball
A light-hearted exploration of numbers and science.
This week Johnny discovers why hands are so handy, how to make sense of your senses, automate an automaton and how bionic a bionic man can be. Meanwhile-Think of a Number - how many times can you take three from 24?
Written by JOHNNY BALL
Production ALBERT BARBER Series producer ANN REAY BBC Bristol
(Answer: Once - after you take three from 24 it becomes 21)
A six-part serial by BRIAN CLARK and JIM HAWKINS based on an idea by DORIAN COWLAND
Terry is worried when his brother Pete's girlfriend, Linda, comes to the gym to tell him that Pete has been held by a group of thugs in the disco ... Episode 3
Producer ANNA HOME
Director COLIN CANT
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HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS present a mixture of topical reports, special investigations, films and features.
The Whiz Kid and the Mystery at Riverton: part 2
The ingenious Alvin takes over the city and with the help of Shoie, Daphne and his school-fellows carries out a campaign against the crooks to astound the adults.
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by ERIC MERRIMAN and CHRISTOPHER BOND starring Terry Scott and June
Whitfield Terry and June are persuaded to spend a week at a Health Farm.
Designer VALERIE WARRENDER
Producer PEUR WHITMORE
A drama series in eight episodes
In the confusion of a road accident ten lives are mixed in a jig-saw of past and present. 2: Take Your Partner by DEREK INGREY
The Students: Diana and Mitch were young, happy and in love, but it didn't start out that way. featuring
Producer JOE WATERS
Director DOUGLAS CAMFIELD
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Cup Soccer Action
Highlights of a top match
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The Man in the Corner
' I think of myself as a psychiatrist, father-confessor, mother-superior, and maid of all work.'
The words of Britain's most successful boxing manager, Terry Lawless.
After taking John H. Stracey to Mexico to win the world welterweight title, Lawless achieved a unique double last month when he took a second British fighter abroad to become World Champion-Maurice Hope. And later this month another champion from the Lawless stable, Scotsman Jim Watt , goes for a world title in Glasgow.
HARRY CARPENTER profiles the former shipping clerk whose talented squad of 12 boxers also includes champions Charlie Magri , Jimmy Batten and John L. Gardner.
Soccer television presentation ALEC WEEKS
Film director JOHN WATTS ProducerJOHN PHILIPS
Editor JONATHAN MARTIN
Reports on the British Squash Championships on Ceefax
King John H.
The Space Between the Stars
Is space empty? Astronomers used to think so, but it is now known that there is a tremendous amount of material spread between the stars. Even complex molecules are found there. This discovery has had a great influence upon our ideas about the formation and life-stories of the stars. In this programme Patrick Moore and Dr John Beckman , of Queen Mary College, talk about the developments which have taken place during the past five years.
Producer PATRICIA wood
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