Football Association Coaching: Tactics, Skills
3: Shooting (2)
Coaches D. HOWE , R. ROBSON
T. VENABLES , A. WADE , C. HUGHES Players K. KEEGAN , R. WILKINS L. BLISSETT , V. HILAIRE
by DAVID MCKEE
Narration RAY BROOKS
The first of nine programmes. The Man in the Mask
The gang is up against a jewel thief posing as a famous football star.
The first of nine programmes.
'Why Don't You just switch off your television set and go and do something less boring instead?
Your ideas, games and activities presented by the children of the Bristol Why Don't You Gang.
Producer HILARY MURPHY
Executive producer MOLLY cox
The first of ten programmes. with Jeremy James and Bill Hartston.
Improve your game and learn some new tricks!
The first in a holiday season of films starring the screen's best-loved canine star. With JED ALLAN
JEFF POMERANTZ , PHILLIP PINE DOUGLAS HENDERSON
ROBERT ROCKWELL ,
MARK MIRANDA Alaska is the setting for Lassie's adventures with an adopted Indian boy, Neeka, and his Forest Ranger father, which culminate in an exciting coastguard rescue.
Produced by ROBERT GOLDEN Directed by DICK MODER
A cartoon series of science-fiction adventure stories.
Curse of the Cuttlefish: 1
Zoltar plots to steal Earth's defence plans. Princess and Keyop are captured when they try to uncover his Spectra henchman.
Weather FRANK GREENE
A See-Saw programme.
Puppets, scripts and production:
The temperature's rising!-down on the beach at Rick's Place - where a group of young people make their own music and do their own thing.
Six programmes starring withand guest stars
Centrefold Ross enters his beloved Grossmobile in a special car contest, but he has to contend with foul play from a rival competitor.
Written by J. KENNETH ROTCOP and GERALD. K. SIEGEL
Directed by ALAN MYERSON
A feature film starring Danny Kaye with Pier Angeli ,
Baccaloni Noel Purcell , Robert Coote
Andrew Larabee is a timid school-teacher until he becomes involved with a circus, and discovers an unsuspected talent as a clown.
Screenplay ISOBEL LENNARD , I. A. L. DIAMOND Produced by SOL c. SIEGEL .
Directed by MICHAEL KIDD. Films: page 116
I. A. L.
A programme for children under 5
with Denis Quilley A Pair of Sinners by ALLAN AHLBERG and JOHN LAWRENCE
Still, crime don't hardly ever pay, Justice will lie in wait;
And how the Harrises meet their end,
I'll now to you relate.
Pictures by RICHARD SCOLLINS
A special edition for Christmas starring Keith Chegwin and special guests Darts, Shakin' Stevens, Showaddywaddy and surprise guests.
The irrepressible Cheggers will be assisted by Vivienne McKone and Gordon Astley leading their twin teams the 'Yellows' and 'Reds'.
with Simon Groom, Sarah Greene and Peter Duncan
On the last Blue Peter before Christmas there's news of the help you're giving, that will change the lives of disabled people all over Britain.
Join in with carols round the tree with the children of Allfarthing's School, Warlingham County Secondary School and the Band of the Chalk Farm branch of the Salvation Army, and see if you can spot your card among the display in the studio.
Designer JOHN BRISTOW
Director DAVID LANGFORD
Assistant editor JOHN ADCOCK Editor BIDDY BAXTER
Blue Peter 17th Book
11.85 from bookshops
with Richard Baker Weatherman
Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today Nationwide (London and SE) Points West, South Today Spotlight South West
Christmas on Nationwide
Comfort and Joy
The Duke and Duchess of Devon-shire throw open the doors of Chatsworth in Derbyshire, one of England's finest stately homes, for the climax of Nationwide's Operation Christmas appeal.
Over 100 needy old people and children will be given the ' royal' treatment in the magnificent setting of Chatsworth's Painted Hall. Frankie Howerd , The Spinners, Ray Alan and Lord Charles, a Salvation Army band and other surprise guests keep the party going as Frank Bough and Sue Cook present Operation Christmas reports from around the nation.
Director NIGEL MAY
Producer DAVID STANFORD Editor HUGH WILLIAMS
by GILLY FRASER featuring
Kathryn Apanowicz Martin Barrass
Shirley Cheriton Susan Gilmore Fay Howard Judith Jacob
Joanna Monro Sharon Rosita
Ron and Fleur's wedding day ... and Anna is still unconscious.
This week's cast:
Theme music by ALAN PARKER Script editor TONY HOLLAND Designer LINDA KETTLE Producer JULIA SMITH
Directed by PATRICK TUCKER
(The final episode tomorrow at 6.50 pin) Theme music on Top BBC TV Themes (record REH 310, cassette zcr 310) from record shops
Christmas is almost here again and on this Thursday, 25 December, we will be celebrating once more. But was that really the date of Christ's birthday in the year 1 AD? And why at this time of the year do we kiss under the mistletoe (apart from pure pleasure, of course) and set brandy aflame on the Christmas pudding? How many carols can you sing by heart? So how much do you know about the merriest season of the year?
Find out tonight when Cliff Michclmore and Magnus Magnusson ask the questions and pit your wits against those of the two teams when Arthur Askey, Susan Hampshire and Basil Brush compete against Tim Rice, Mary O'Hara and Paul Daniels
With Christmas music provided by The King's Singers
Film director NICK HANDEL Producer ROSALIND GOLD
Executive producer PETER CHAFER
The first of two programmes Written and presented by John Sergeant
Now Greece Makes Ten
What happens when a country becomes a member of the EEC? Tonight's film, by looking at what is in store for the Greeks, reminds us of the effect that the EEC rules have had on our lives since we joined eight years ago.
Photography FRED HAMILTON
Sound RON MCMORRAN , RON EDMONDS Film editor LES NEWMAN
Producer ANTHONY DE LOTBINIÈRE
(Programme 2: Tues 30 December 10.25)
with Jan Leeming Weatherman
Written by Anthony Couch
Starring Edward Woodward and Hilary Tindall
with John Comer and Aubrey Woods
Edwin is happy to be conned into doing Christmas duty at the office, rather than spend an awful week with 'friends'. But what about ethnic minorities?
The feature film of the famous comedy series starring co-starring and The staff of Grace Brothers take a package holiday on the Costa Plonka. Determined to make the best of their woefully inadequate accommodation, the holiday-makers hope for an exciting fortnight of sunshine and romance ...
Screenplay by JEREMY LLOYD. DAVID CROFT Produced by ANDREW MITCHELL
Directed by BOB KELLETT. Films: page 116 (First showing on British television)
Young Mr Grace:
Named after an Irish jig which they liked but couldn't play, Roaring Jelly bring a touch of seasonal entertainment. Our three folk heroes from Belper in Derbyshire are at the Assembly Rooms, Derby, with self-penned songs such as "Family Christmas", "The Turkey Song" and "Christmas in Australia". Roaring Jelly is moulded from Derek Pearce, Clive Harvey and Mick Hennessy with Terry Loane on piano.