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: Open University

6.40-7.5 Cyprus. 7.30 Geometric Vectors...

: Closedown

: Jackanory: Annerton Pit: Propositions

by Peter Dickinson
With Patrick Stewart

Today: Propositions
(Repeat)

Contributors

Storyteller: Patrick Stewart
Author: Peter Dickinson

: Don and Pete

cause chaos when fishing.

: Desert Adventure

An eight-part serial from Poland
3: Chamis rides away into the desert in an attempt to draw off the kidnappers, so that Stas and Nel may escape.
(For cast see page 32)

: Take Hart

with TONY HART and Morph Tony Hart brings magic and originality to making pictures ' helped ! by a self-propelled lump of clay called Morph. Your paintings are displayed in the Gallery.

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Hart
Unknown: Morph Tony Hart

: Closedown

: Midday News

Weather JIM bacon

: Barnaby

Ship's Boy
Voices COLIN JEAVONS
CHARLES collingwood

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Jeavons

: Closedown

: Play School

Story:
Tortoise Plays a Trick (trad) Presenters
Floelia Benjamin , Ben Bazell

Contributors

Unknown: Floelia Benjamin
Unknown: Ben Bazell

: King Cinder

A serial in six episodes by JOHN FOSTER
Kerry is suspicious - he wants to know what is going on between his father and the smooth-talking stranger, Todd Edwards - can it be to do with the speedway? 3: Spider's Web
Executive producer ANNA home Director JOHN PROWSE (Repent)

Contributors

Unknown: John Foster
Unknown: Todd Edwards
Director: John Prowse
Kerry: Peter Duncan
Richard Hutson: Tony Caunter
Lacey: Daniel Abineri
Nikki: Lesley Manville
Nulty: Howard Goorney
Todd Edwards: Michael Hawkins'
Clayton: Derek Ware
Trevor: Jeremy Arnold
Tom: Kim Smith

: Wildtrack

With the latest news of wildlife Introduced by Tony Soper with SU INGLE
A badger's home - or set - is a maze of chambers and tunnels. sometimes over 100 metres long. Tony visits a special site in the New Forest where badgers can be seen underground in their set.
How good are you at telling sea-birds apart? Tony gives you a sure-fire method of spotting guillemots, kittiwakes, fulmers and blackbacks.
Su shows you an easy way to build up your own collection of different tree barks - bark rubbing!
Producer mike BEYNON BBC Bristol

Contributors

Introduced By: Tony Soper
Unknown: Su Ingle

: The Wombles

by ELISABETH BERESFORD
Told by BERNARD CRIBBINS

Contributors

Unknown: Elisabeth Beresford
Told By: Bernard Cribbins

: Evening News

with Richard Baker ; Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker

: Nationwide

The Nationwide Dossier
Roger Cook and Bill Kerr Elliott Present another review of Nation-hide's investigative journalism over the past year. tonight: allegations of payments made to amateur athletes; the woman who claims to heal by bee-stings; and the victims of violence who still wait for proper compensation. pf^ arCh TIM CLARK , SALLY DIPLOCK
Producer DAVID darlow ltor HUGH WILLIAMS

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Cook
Unknown: Bill Kerr Elliott
Unknown: Tim Clark
Unknown: Sally Diplock
Producer: David Darlow
Unknown: Hugh Williams

: The Wonderful World of Disney

The Waltz King
The final episode of a two-part story
Surpassing even his distinguished father's prestige, the young Johann's fame spreads far and wide and he is inspired to attempt his first opera, but there are discordant voices.
A WALT DISNEY production

Contributors

Johann Strauss Jr: Kerwin Mathews
Yetty Treffz: Senta Berger

: Where Are They Now?

Presented by David Jacobs
How many times have you wondered what happened to the People who made the headlines in the past - and have since disappeared? fonight david JACOBS will be talking to Buster Crabbe, an Olym-P Jc swimming champion, who became an idol of the Saturday-morning cinema as the heroic Flash Gordon.
Also, Wing Commander Robert
Stanford Tuck, dso, DFC (2 bars) - a real-life hero of the Battle of ritain. He was awarded four medals in less than a year - the newspapers called him invincible '.
Director pieter morpurco
Associate producer JOHN JACOBS Producer SHIRLEY FISHER

Contributors

Presented By: David Jacobs
Producer: John Jacobs
Producer: Shirley Fisher

: Sykes

starring Eric Sykes
Hattie Jacques , Deryck Guyler With ROBERT DORNING
FANNY CARBY , ROY STEWART
DEBBIE ARNOLD , DERMOT KELLY
Written by eric sykes Music by ken jones
DesignerANTONY thohpe
Produced by ROGER RACE

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Sykes
Unknown: Hattie Jacques
Unknown: Deryck Guyler
Unknown: With Robert Dorning
Unknown: Fanny Carby
Unknown: Roy Stewart
Unknown: Debbie Arnold
Unknown: Dermot Kelly
Written By: Eric Sykes
Music By: Ken Jones
Designer: Antony Thohpe
Produced By: Roger Race

: The Omega Factor: Illusions

by Jack Gerson
The last of a series in ten episodes
[Starring] James Hazeldine, Louise Jameson, John Carlisle
Dr Karl Bruckner has been brought over from East Germany to work for the department and finds himself the centre of a power struggle.
BBC Scotland
Book (same title), 90p, from bookshops

Contributors

Writer/Series created by: Jack Gerson
Music composed by: Anthony Isaac
Lighting: Daivd Ogle
Script Editor: Maggie Allen
[Producer]/Director: George Gallaccio
Tom Crane: James Hazeldine
Anne Reynolds: Louise Jameson
Roy Martindale: John Carlisle
Andrew Scott-Erskine: Brown Derby
Raglan: Frederick Jaeger
Mrs Arden: Edith MacArthur
Bruckner: John Gabriel
Watson: Paul Kermack
Rossiter: Raymond Boyd
Night clerk: Willie Joss
Man in Whitehall: John Young

: Nine O'Clock News

with Richard Baker ; Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker

: Lena's Music

Presented by Lena Martell
with special guests Gordon Giltrap and his Band, Racey and Flick Colby's Ruby Flipper

Contributors

Presenter/Singer: Lena Martell
Musicians: Gordon Giltrap and his Band
Musicians: Racey
Dancers: Flick Colby's Ruby Flipper
Musical Director: Brian Fahey
Vocal Backing: The Tony Mansell Singers
Sound: Bob Gillies
Lighting: Alan Henderson
Designer: Alex Gourlay
Production: Phil Bishop

: Come Dancing

Terry Wogan introduces one of the world's longest-running television programmes, featuring amateur dancers in an inter-regional competition from the Top Rank Suite, Swansea, where
Wales meet
The North East
RAY MOORE commentates on Latin, Ballroom, Old Time, Formation and, for Come Dancing 79, a disco championship plus a professional demonstration by the All England professional champions
Frank and Linda Venables
All to the music of ANDY ROSS
HIS CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA
Arranged by ERIC D. MORLEY Series producer ken GRIFFIN
Take Your Partners - Come Dancing with Sidney Thompson and his Orchestra, record (reb 216). cassette (RMC 4029)

Contributors

Introduces: Terry Wogan
Introduces: Linda Venables
Unknown: Andy Ross
Arranged By: Eric D. Morley
Unknown: Sidney Thompson

: Medical Express

Your Weekly Health Report
Mavis Nicholson and John Stapleton investigate the latest news and developments in medicine and health.
Director .'ohn corman
Producers CHRIS HAWS , VIVIENNE king Editor JOHN MANSFIELD

Contributors

Unknown: Mavis Nicholson
Unknown: John Stapleton
Producers: Chris Haws
Editor: John Mansfield

: The Music Makers

Fifth in a series of seven music features about great 20th-century musicians.
Malcolm Williamson Down Under
Composer and pianist rialcolm Williamson was appointed Master of the Queen's Music in 1975. He is the first Australian to hold this position. Shortly after his appointment he set off on a tour of his homeland, and this documentary follows his travels. with the MELBOURNE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA conducted by Sir Bernard Heinze in part of Williamson's Double Piano Concerto with WILLIAM kimber and with excerpts from his opera The Violins of Saint-Jacques conducted by VANCO CAVDARSKI
- Film editor PETER BARBER
Written and produced by Kenneth cordex

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir Bernard Heinze
Unknown: William Kimber
Conducted By: Vanco Cavdarski
Editor: Peter Barber
Produced By: Kenneth Cordex








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