starring Keith Chegwin with special guests including
Darts, B. A. Robertson , Jona Lewie The irrepressible Cheggers will be assisted by Vivienne McKone and Gordon Astley leading their teams, the ' Yellows ' and the' Reds .
Peter Purves and Sue Cook with their Weekend Diary of events and attractions tomorrow and Sunday.
Producer DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester
(For factsheets send large sae to [address removed]
Answer-phone numbers: London [number removed]; Manchester [number removed]; Bristol 0[number removed]; Glasgow [number removed]
Settling down for the night in his pink caravan, Chris Harris looks back over an exciting week's holiday when he met the water-skiing dog, took part in a pony round-up, and had his chin painted.
Film editor ALAN KNIGHT
Producer PATRICK TAGGART BBC South
Three films showing man's varied involvement with wild animals on land and in the sea.
2: Last Stand in Eden
The scene is Kenya - homeland for elephants but also for man, and there's the dilemma.
Threatened by drought, shrinking food supply and human poaching the elephants instinctively migrate from their traditional pastures. They invade farmlands creating havoc and destroying man's crops. In fertile Africa, people and elephants are now competing for space and food supplies. How can the African elephants survive?
A NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY film BBC Bristol
A three-part film version of CONRAD RICHTER 'S
Pulitzer Prize-winning novel starring Elizabeth Montgomery Hal Holbrook
1.: The Trees -Worth Luckett , with his wife and four daughters, is the first white man to hack his way through the trackless forests of 18th-century Ohio in search of game. Finding a small clearing near a river, Worth builds a cabin and with the few possessions they have carried from Pennsylvania, the Lucketts settle into their new home.
Teleplay by JAMES LEE BARRETT Produced by ROBERT E. REYLE. A Directed by BORIS SAGAL (Part 2 next Friday)
W H MacY
Four cops and an accidental death. Then two of the policemen are ruthlessly eliminated. The other two, Starsky and Hutch, are next on the death list - but why the obsession for revenge?
Written by ROBERT EARLL
Directed by FERNANDO LAMAS
written by PETER TINNISWOOD
What's in a Name?
Pat lies stricken in hospital. Is this Carter Brandon 's great chance to escape from drudgery and boredom? Or will Uncle Mort find himself trapped with a vicar who finds himself confused with a change of name?
Music RONNIE RAZLEHURST Designer ERIC WALMSLEY
Producer BERNARD THOMPSON
The Rev Haliburton:
from Perth, Western Australia
For the first time Australia's largest covered auditorium, the Perth Entertainments Centre, becomes the venue for the World Professional Latin American and Modern Ballroom Dancing Championships. Ray Moore and Peggy Spencer follow the reigning World Champions Alan and Hazel Fletcher and Richard and Janet Gleave in their attempt to retain for Britain the two premier professional dancing titles.
Competition arranged by The Australian Dancing Board of Control, Organiser R. E. WRIGHTSON
Television coverage by TVW7 Perth
Television presentation by KEN GRIFFIN
starring Jack Hawkins with Michael Denison , Dulcie Gray Summer, 1940: a fighter station somewhere in Kent. A squadron of Hurricanes heads towards German aircraft in the Channel. This is the ' Pimpernel Squadron ', whose lives, battles and deaths are depicted in this stirring film of the Battle of Britain. Jack Hawkins excels as the Group Captain, played with the actor's characteristic blend of integrity and intelligence.
Screenplay by DEREK TWIST from an original story by PELHAM GROOM Produced by JOHN W. GOSSAGE and DEREK TWIST
Directed by GEORGE MORE O'FERRALL Films: page 13
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