With TONY HART
COLIN BENNETT and Morph
In the last programme of this series, Tony uses dye powder, chalk, sand and plaster of paris to make different pictures. Morph and Chas play a joke on Tony and the Caretaker, which causes Mr Bennett to panic. Chaos is averted just in time, and they all survive to face another series!
The Cornhill Insurance Centenary Test
. England v Australia from Lord's Second day
England's highest-ever total in Tests against Australia in this country is 903-7 declared, at The Oval in 1938. Australia's highest was at Lord's in 1930, when they made 729-6 declared.
PETER WEST introduces the first two hours' play and talks to some of the personalities at Lord's. Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
JIM LAKER , TED DEXTER
TOM GRAVENEY , MIKE SMITH
TV presentation NICK HUNTER , BILL TAYLOR
Chris Harris sets. out in his crazy pink caravan and visits the Pantomime Horse of the Year Show, meets a young girl who sails her own dinghy, and finds himself involved in a rough and tumble Western drama.
Film editor ALAN KNIGHT Director PETER DEWRANCE
Producer PATRICK TAGGART. BBC South
The last of a three-part screen version of Conrad Richter's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel starring Elizabeth Montgomery Hal Holbrook
Moonshine now has a church, a school and a trading store on the land Worth Luckett marked out for his family when he was the first white man in the area. His daughter, Sayward, has kept the family together and now that her children are getting married, she cannot agree with her husband, Portius, that they should move out of the log cabin to a big house on the hill.
Teleplay by LIAM O'BRIEN
Produced by ROBERT E. RELYEA
Directed by Boris SAGAL
Mrs Jake Tench:
Will Beagle w:
Harold (Turkey) Tench:
Paul Michael Glaser as Starsky and David Soul as Hutch Iron
Mike Pay-off to a cop. Starsky and Hutch can't quite believe their idol has feet of clay but reluctantly decide they must investigate.
Written by ARTHUR NORMAN
Directed by DON weis
4 Iron Mike ' Ferguson:
A series of four programmes about the truth behind some of the popular figures in British history. 1: Dick Whittington
Introduced by Magnus Magnusson The real Richard Whittington was a skilful medieval businessman who made his money importing luxury textiles and who gained royal favour by lending money to the Crown. But how did this sober and sensible man become a fairy-tale hero? And how did he get linked with a black cat?
Producer JANE COLES
Editor BRUCE NORMAN
starring Gracie Fields with John Loder , Dorothy Hyson Stanley Holloway
When the Greybeck Mill closes down the workers face a bleak future. Gracie Platt decides to look for work elsewhere - first stop Blackpool! This lively musical comedy gives Gracie a memorable part in a film which has an underlying seriousness - and topicality even today-thanks to a fine screenplay by J. B. Priestley.
Screenplay by j. B. PRIESTLEY
Produced and directed by BASIL DEAN . Films: page 15 Preview: page 23
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