Words and music written and performed by Magna Carta
Tim Thomas , The Bill le Sage Trio and from the Archbishop Michael Ramsey School, Camberwell, London Dynamic
Sound LAURIE TAYLOR Lighting PETER WINN Designer JOHN WHITE
Producer PETER CHARLTON
Based in London, but reporting from all over the country, the programme brings you an up-to-the-minute analysis of events in the news as well as studio and film features from every corner of Britain.
Presented by FRANK BOUGH
SUE LAWLEY, RICHARD KERSHAW HUGH SCULLY and SUE COOK
Including at 6.45 Sportswide with Desmond Lynam
(Jeux sans Frontieres)
The fourth international heat, in which eight teams compete for the Jeux sans Frontières Silver Trophy and the chance to represent their country in the International Final. Great Britain: Coleraine Belgium: Charleroi France: Troyes
Germany: Gross-Zimmern Italy: Grado
Switzerland: Fribourg Yugoslavia: Varazdin
Introduced from Fribourg,
Switzerland, by GEORGES KLEINMANN International referees GENNARO OLIVIERI and GUIDO PANCALDI
Commentator STUART HALL
Producer GEOFF WILSON
Executive producer BARNEY COLERAN Presented by the SWISS TV service BBC Manchester
by JOHN KANE
The first of six programmes starring
Terry Scott and June Whitfield To Catch a Thief
Only Terry could get a new car one morning and lose it that night ... but things don't end there I
Film cameraman REG POPE Film sound BILL WILD
Film editor ALASTAIR MACKAY Designer FIONA COMBIE
Producer PETER WHITMORE
A girl is kidnapped. A tip from Huggy Bear leads Starsky and Hutch to a seedy cafe proprietor with psychic powers, but he is reluctant to help for he has his own reasons to fear publicity.
Written by MICHAEL MANN Directed by DON WIN
A series about the truth behind some of the popular figures in British history. Guy Fawkes
Introduced by Magnus Magnusson
Guy Fawkes , 'the devil in the vault', arrested in the nick of time as he stands poised to blow up the entire leadership of Jacobean England - one of the most vivid images in English history, familiar from countless illustrations and tableaux.
But who was this obscure soldier-of-fortune and what drove him to such a step?
Producer BEN SHEPHARD Editor BRUCE NORMAN
from Crystal Palace
The Nationwide Building Society AAA Centenary Championships
A notable landmark in the history of organised athletics is celebrated this weekend and some of the world's tup athletes gather for a gala occasion. Among tonight's events are the 100m final, and the star-studded 10,000m which so often has produced a memorable race Also included tonight are the heats of the Mile, 400m hurdles and the 3,000m steeple-chase.
Organised by the AAA in association with the Nationwide Building Society.
Commentators DAVID COLEMAN RON PICKERING , STUART STOREY
Producer JOHN SHREWSBURY
Tony Curtis , James Franciscus
Ira Hayes , a young Pima Indian, joins the marines in World War II and becomes one of the six men who place the American flag on Iwo Jima in 1945. Returning home, Hayes is expected to be a heroic symbol but is unable to cope with the hypocrisy and vulgarity involved. Tony Curtis gives one of his finest performances in this extraordinary true story of a man destroyed by an image of heroism.
Screenplay by STEWART STERN
Based on WILLIAM BRADFORD HUIE 'S book The Hero of Iwo Jima
Produced by SY BARTLETT Directed by DELBERT MANN (Blackandwhite) Films: page 18
Ira Hamilton Hayes:
Major General Bridges:
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