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: Midday News

Weather JACK SCOTT

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Scott

: Pebble Mill at One

With Donny Macleod, Marian Foster, Bob Langley and Bob Hall
Today's programme includes:
Family Matters, the regular feature for every household.
Dr David Delvin, Pat Fetch and Vincent Duggleby discuss and offer counsel on medical, legal and financial affairs.
BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown: Donny MacLeod
Unknown: Marian Fostek
Unknown: Bob Langley
Unknown: Dr David Delvin
Unknown: Vincent Duggleby
Editor: Jim Dumighan

: Trumpton: Miss Lovelace and the Mayor's Hat

(Repeat)

Contributors

Music: Freddie Phillips

: Closedown

: Dechrau Siarad

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

: Play School

A programme for children under 5 Story: King Grumble's Neic Face by KATHY SQUIRES Presenters
Floella Benjamin Johnny Ball

: Yogi Bear: Buzzin' Bear

A cartoon series starring the two ever-hungry bears Yogi and Boo Boo.

: Jackanory

with Joanna David
The Eyes of the Amaryllis by NATALIE BABBITT Today: Part 2

Contributors

Unknown: Joanna David
Unknown: Natalie Babbitt

: Animal Magic

Introduced by Johnny Morris
With Terry Nutkins
Rheas, rooks, rats, red-sided zonures and red-bellied salamanders - the entries have been pouring in for our unusual pets competition! Johnny announces some of the weirdest pets so far.
Terry has some bobcat kittens in the studio and Johnny reads the story of How the Turtle got its Shell.
BBC Bristol
Preview: page 27

Contributors

Presenter: Johnny Morris
Co-presenter: Terry Nutkins
Producer: Mike Beynon

: Grange Hill

A serial in 16 episodes Part 1 by PHIL REDMOND
In spite of Mr Sutcliffe's help, the new first-year pupils are managing to settle in, but for Duane the first day ends in trouble. Grange Hill pupils
Film editor JANE VAL BAKER Designer JOHN O'HARA
Executive producer ANNA HOME Producer COLIN CANT
Director BRIAN LENNANE

Contributors

Unknown: Phil Redmond
Editor: Jane Val Baker
Designer: John O'Hara
Director: Brian Lennane
Alan Humphries: George Armstrong
Duane Orpington: Mark Baxter
Mary Johnson: Kim Benson
Michael Green: Mark Bishop
Karen Stanton: Carey Born
Cathy Hargreaves: Lyndy Brill
Tucker Jenkins: Todd Carty
Sudhamani Patel: Sheila Chandra
Penny Lewis: Ruth Davies
Andrew Stanton: Mark Eadie
RobO: Sean Gascoigne
Michael Doyle: Vincent Hall
Trisha Yates: Michelle Herbert
Tommy Watson: Paul McCarthy
Tracy Edwards: Mandy Mealing
Pogo Patterson: Peter Moran
Justin Bennett: Robert Craig Morgan
Susi McMahon: Linda Slater
Benny Green: Terry Sue Patt
Dukescy: Danny Steggall
Sally Forsyth: Sarah Summerfield
Hughes: Donald Waugh
David Mitchell: Michael Mannion
Mr Garfield: Graham Ashley
Miss Peterson: Cheryl Branker
Miss Mooney: Lucinda Gane
Mr Keating: Robert Hartley
Workman: Roland MacLeod
Mrs Orpington: Christine Shaw
Mr Sutcliff e: James Wynn
Mr Curtis: Neville Barber
Miss Miles: Penny Brownjohn

: The Perishers

: Evening News

Kenneth Kendall ; Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Kendall

: Nationwide

Presented by FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY
HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS

Contributors

Presented By: Frank Bough
Unknown: Hugh Scully
Unknown: John Stapleton
Unknown: Bob Wellings

: Robbie: A Ripe Old Age

Famous people are always news, but the six famous people in this series are news for a special reason. They're all past the normal retiring age, but they're working as hard and as satisfyingly as ever. One describes himself as a workaholic, and Fyfe Robertson says you could use this handy word for them all. They find their greatest satisfaction and fulfilment in their work. And in the volume and speed of her output as a romantic novelist Barbara Cartland is surely the most astonishing work addict of the six. In one year, apart from other time-consuming activities that include endless private kindnesses, she has dictated novels faster than many of her public can read them - about one a fortnight. At 78 Barbara Cartland is still the Organised Woman who always does it now, and she talks as fluently and unstoppably as she writes.

Contributors

Presenter: Fyfe Robertson
Interviewee: Barbara Cartland
Producer: Tom Savage

: The Rockford Files: Paradise Cove

Starring James Garner
Harassed and harried by the local community, Rockford looks set to lose his trailer home to pay off a court judgment order after he is sued for bodily injuries caused to a neighbour.
Written and directed by STEPHEN J. CANNELL

Contributors

Written and directed by: Stephen J. Cannell
Jim Rockford: James Garner
Joseph Rockford: Noah Beery
Althea Morgan: Mariette Hartley
Becker: Joe Santos
Angel: Stuart Margolin
CC Calloway: Leif Erickson
Cliff Calloway: Frederick Herrick

: Decision: 1: To Angela and Peter...

with John Pitman
A series of six programmes which follow the fortunes of people who have decided to risk a dramatic change in their lives.
When she was a baby, Angela [name removed] contracted a disease which has left her today almost completely paralysed and entirely reliant on her husband, Peter. Major surgery not only failed to help her walk again, it also left her very vulnerable if ever she became pregnant.
Last year, Angela decided to be sterilised - but before this, she also decided to give herself just one final chance of becoming a mother - even though doctors said it was so dangerous that it could kill her. This is the story of how Angela and a skilled medical team set about trying to produce a baby. What Angela hopes will be 'my miracle baby'.
Film editor ALAN LYGO
Series producer ADAM CLAPHAM Producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN

Contributors

Reporter: John Pitman
Film Editor: Alan Lygo
Series Producer: Adam Clapham
Producer: Patricia Houlihan

: Nine O'Clock News

with Angela Rippon and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Rippon

: Flesh and Blood

A serial in ten parts by JOHN FINCH starring
Thora Hird Bill Fraser
Michael Jayston and Nigel Stock
1: Feeling Your Age
For Henry Brassington the most natural thing in the world would be to retire. He has two go-ahead sons and a son-in-law, all capable of taking over the reins of the cement works his father founded; but somehow Henry cannot let go.
Music by PETER SKELLERN Script editor TED RHODES Designer PAUL MONTAGUE Produced by BILL SELLARS
Directed by TERENCE DUDLEY BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: John Finch
Unknown: Thora Hird
Unknown: Bill Fraser
Unknown: Michael Jayston
Unknown: Henry Brassington
Music By: Peter Skellern
Editor: Ted Rhodes
Designer: Paul Montague
Produced By: Bill Sellars
Directed By: Terence Dudley
Mabel Brassington: Thora Hird
Henry Brassington: Bill Fraser
Jim Turner: Nigel Stock
Jean Brassington: Renee Asherson
Max Brassington: John Stone
Sarah Brassington: Ann Firbank
Neil Kemp: Henry Knowles
Dorothy Kemp: Dorothy White
Jessie Armstrong: Ann Castle
Guy Brassington: Richard Willis

: The Nuclear Power Debate

Does Britain need more nuclear power? How urgent is the need? How safe, or how dangerous, is it? Is our Government pursuing the right nuclear power policies?
In this special programme, Robin Day invites leaders of Britain's nuclear power industry and their critics to present and debate their contrasting arguments, and answers to these vital questions.
Director ANN MORLEY
Producer VICTOR MARMION
Executive producer CHRISTOPHER CAPRON

Contributors

Director: Ann Morley
Producer: Victor Marmion
Producer: Christopher Capron








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

Through the listings, you will also be able to use the Genome search function to find thousands of radio and TV programmes that are already available to view or listen to on the BBC website.

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This internal version of Genome, which includes all the magazine covers, images and articles as well as the programme listings from the Radio Times, is different to the version of BBC Genome that is available externally/to the public. It is only available inside the BBC network.

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