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: Open University

6.10 Against the Public Interest

7.5 James Bond: 5

7.30 1973 Oil Crisis

: Closedown

: Cricket: The Centenary Test

The Cornhill Insurance Centenary Test
England v Australia from Lord's Fourth day
The best bowling performance by an Englishman against Australia in this country was by Jim Laker with a world record 19-90 (9 for 37 and 10 for 53) at Old Trafford in 1956. Bob Massie is Australia s record holder with 16-137 (8 for 84 and 8 for 53) at Lord's in 19/2. Introduced by PETER WEST
Television presentation NICK HUNTER , BILL TAYLOR


Unknown: Jim Laker
Unknown: Bob Massie
Introduced By: Peter West
Commentators: Richie Benaud
Commentators: Jim Laker
Commentators: Ted Dexter
Unknown: Tom Craveney
Unknown: Mike Smith
Unknown: Nick Hunter
Unknown: Bill Taylor

: Heads and Tails

Home is a Hole '
'Home is a hole to a badger or vole'- and when birds build or weave their nest they always leave a hole. to come in and go out. Voice and music by DEREK GRIFFITHS
Film editor DAVID PYGRAM
Written and produced by MICHAEL COLS
Music from the series (same title, record REC 379, cassette ZCM 379) from record shops


Music By: Derek Griffiths
Editor: David Pygram
Produced By: Michael Cols

: Midday News

2.0 Interval

: Cricket: The Centenary Test

The Cornhill Insurance Centenary Test
England v Australia from Lord's. Fourth day

: Play School

Story: Trevor Bill the Bad-Tempered Road Builder by Ruth Craft
Presenters Sheelagh Gilbey, Stuart McGugan


Presenter: Sheelagh Gilbey
Presenter: Stuart McGugan
Storywriter: Ruth Craft

: Lassie

Vigil of the Stork
Lassie and Lucy search for a missing stork to help make a legend come true.

: John Craven's Newsround

Children's feature by John Craven : p 86


Unknown: John Craven

: Go with Noakes: Wells-next-the-Sea to Woodbridge

The final stage of a six-part voyage of discovery around the coasts of Britain, in the company of John Noakes and Shep.

Pleiades re-visits the yard where she was built, and Shep is introduced to Mr Punch. John plays croquet, goes banger-racing, and becomes an artist.

BBC Manchester


Presenter: John Noakes
Film Editor: Christine Royle
Producer: David Brown

: Evening News

with Jan Leeming Weatherman


Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Nationwide

The live current affairs magazine programme which links London with the BBC's regional studios throughout Britain.
Frank Bough, Sue
Lawley Richard Kershaw , Hugh Scully and Sue Cook are the team that each weekday present the features and films that make up the scene Nationwide.


Unknown: Lawley Richard Kershaw
Unknown: Hugh Scully
Unknown: Sue Cook
Producers: Peter Ceresole
Unknown: Andrew Clayton
Unknown: Lino Ferrari
Unknown: Ian Squires.
Editor: Andrew Taussig
Editor: Hugh Williams

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Nationwide 19 June 2016

: Angels

by Valerie Georgeson
featuring Kathryn Apanowicz, Martin Barrass , Shirley Cheriton Carol Holmes , Fay Howard, Judith Jacob , Joanna Monro Sharon Rosita
Theme music by ALAN PARKER Script editor TONY HOLLAND Designer LINDA KETTLE Producer JULIA SMITH


Unknown: Valerie Oeorceson
Unknown: Kathryn Apanowicz
Unknown: Martin Barrass
Unknown: Shirley Cheriton
Unknown: Carol Holmes
Unknown: Fay Howard
Unknown: Judith Jacob
Unknown: Joanna Monro
Unknown: Sharon Rosita
Music By: Alan Parker
Editor: Tony Holland
Designer: Linda Kettle
Producer: Julia Smith
Directed By: Jackie Willows
Ron Frost: Martin Barrass
Katy Smart: Shirley Cheriton
Rose Butchins: Kathryn Apanowicz
Ken Hastings: Michael Howarth
Jean MacEwen: Carol Holmes
Valerie Price: Deborah Manship
Adrienne O'Shea: Fay Howard
Anna Newcross: Joanna Monro
Beverley Slater: Judith Jacob
Mrs Jarvis: Lucinda Ccrtis
Mother: Sian Frederic
Dr Sandy: Joseph Charles
Russell Potter: Stephen Reynolds
Harold Peake: Larry Noble
Fleur Barrett: Sharon Rosita
Martin Case: Osmund Bullock
Branston: Tony London
Elizabeth Fitt: Susan Gilmore
Dave: Martin Fisk

: Star Trek: Patterns of Force

Written by John Meredyth Lucas.
Starring William Shatner as Captain Kirk, Leonard Nimoy as Mr Spock.

A highly sophisticated space-probe directed at the USS Enterprise from the backward planet of Zeon surprises and disturbs Captain Kirk during his search for a missing Federation officer. Investigation reveals a murderous regime identified with the most hated insignia in history, leading Kirk to a confrontation with the Fuhrer and another revelation.



Writer: John Meredyth Lucas
Director: Vince McEveety
Captain Kirk: William Shatner
Mr Spock: Leonard Nimoy
Dr McCoy: De Forest Kelley
Melakon: Skip Homeier
Isak: Richard Evans
Daras: Valora

: Panorama

What About the Workers?
On the day that the Trades Union Congress opens, Panorama reports from the shop floor of three British factories and looks in detail at the position of the British worker in 1980, his work, his pay and living standards. These are the men and women for whom the union movement was formed, and on whose numerical strength it depends. But do they.feel represented by the men at the top? Have national leaders lost touch with the shop floor? And ' how powerful' do unions feel to a worker in an ordinary British factory?
Peter Taylor also reports on the growing gap in living standards between Britain and the rest of the EEC, where workers now put in fewer hours, get longer holidays, and receive more pay.


Unknown: Peter Taylor
Producer: David Graham
Editor: Elwyn Parry
Editor: Roger Bolton

: Nine O'Clock News

with Peter Woods ; Weatherman


Unknown: Peter Woods

: Monday Film: An Investigation of Murder

Walter Matthau , Bruce Dern
When eight people, including a detective, are brutally gunned down on a San Francisco bus, Jake Martin , an obsessively dedicated policeman, determines to track down the killers. He and his colleague Larsen, painstakingly piece together the sordid events leading to the murders. The film is distinguished by its documentary authenticity,- vividly portraying the police investigation which leads to an exciting - and unexpected - climax.
Screenplay by THOMAS RICKMAN , based on the novel The Laughing Policeman by MAJ SJOWALL and PER WAHLOO Produced and directed by STUART ROSENBERG. Films: page 18
(first showing on British television)


Unknown: Walter Matthau
Unknown: Bruce Dern
Unknown: Jake Martin
Unknown: Thomas Rickman
Unknown: Maj Sjowall
Directed By: Stuart Rosenberg.
Jake Martin: Walter Matthau
Leo Larsen: Bruce Dern
James Larrimore: Lou Gossett
Camerero: Albert Paulsen
Lt Steiner: Anthony Zerbe
Pappas: Val Avery
Kay Butler CATHY: Lee Crosby
Bobby Mow: Mario Gallo
Monica: Joanna Cassidy
Grace Martin: Shirley Ballard
Schwermer: William Hansen
Collins: Jonas Wolfe
Haygood: Paul Koslo
Gus Niles: Lou Guss
Prostitute: Lee McCain
Pimp: David Moody

: The Editors

Presented by Simon Jenkins
Each week The Editors reports on the real stories behind the news headlines, and questions the people responsible.


Presented By: Simon Jenkins
Unknown: Laurence Rees
Producer: Philip Geddes

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