In the last of six programmes John Noakes and Shep reach the final stage of their drive down the by-ways of Britain. Peaks and Paths
John walks over hill and glides over dale. Shep goes fishing and finds a wallaby. They return to Halifax for the Piece Hall carol concert, and say farewell to Nellie. with the BLACK DYKE MILLS BAND (John Foster and Son Ltd)
Producer DAVID BROWN Director CYRIL GATES
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 presents the features and films that make up the scene Nationwide.
Including Watchdog presented by HUGH SCULLY
Producers ANDREW CLAYTON
LINO FERRARI , MIKE HOGAN , RICHARD TAIT Deputy editor ANDREW TAUSSIG Editor ROGER BOLTON
by PETER WHALLEY featuring
Martin Barrass , Shirley Cheriton Susan Gilmore , Judith Jacob Joanna Monro , Sharon Rosita Ken Sharrock , Julia Williams
The return of the popular twice-weekly serial about hospital life. There are big changes as some of the ' Angels' are on the move.... from run down St Angela's in London to bright, new Health teen Hospital in Brimingham ancient and modern ....
This week's cast :
Graphic designer BOB COSFORD Script editor TONY HOLLAND Designer AMANDA ATKINSON Producer JULIA SMITH
Directed by MATTHEW ROBINSON
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starring Tom Mason as Freebie and Hector Elizondo as the Bean with William Daniels as the DA Lover, Come Back
The star witness in a murder case against a big-time gangster escapes from Freebie and the Bean's protective custody. Their efforts to get Him back before he is bumped off are considerably hampered by Bean's reunion with on old girlfriend Written by DONALD R. BOYLE Directed by MICHAEL PREECE
Presented by David Dimbleby The Class of 81 For-the past 12 months Panorama has been following the fortunes of the 250 school leavers at Craig-bank Secondary School in Glasgow. John Stapleton follows what hap pened to them In their preparation and search for a job during the worst recession since the 1930s.
Headmaster. Norman Macleod sums up their prospects:
' We've bien. preparing them for what is sometimes laughingly cal-led the world of work, and here, at the brink, when they are about to. leave school, they find this world of work is further away than it ever was.'
Film editor BRIAN LLEWELLYN Producer PETER WELL
Deputy editor ELWYN PARRY JONES Editor ROGER BOLTON
(David Himbleby presents Defence of the United Thursday, 10.30)
A special two-part presentation of the best-selling novel by Stephen King
Writer Ben Mears returns to his home town, Salem's Lot, drawn by forces he cannot comprehend. He is especially fascinated by the Marsten Mansion, now occupied by the ominous Mr Straker. Soon the young writer is caught up in a terrifying and seemingly inexplicable world of menace and horror screenplay by Paul Monash.
(First showing on British television)
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(Part 2 on Wednesday at 9.25 pm)
Richard K Straker:
Dr Bill Norton:
Davey Graham presents
A Journey to the East
Although hardly a household name, DAVEY GRAHAM has, over the last 20 years, acquired an almost legendary status in the musical world as a virtuoso guitarist. His style encompasses elements of medieval and classical music, jazz and blues: he plays and blends the folk music of North Africa, India, and Turkestan, as well as that of Britain, Ireland and America.
In tonight's programme
Davey Graham uses an exotic range of stringed, instruments-guitar, sar-od, oud, bouzouki- to create his own fusion of the music of many countries.
Lighting TEDDY WILLIAMS Sound JOHN WILSON
Designer STEPHEN BROWNSEY
Director TONY STAVEACRE BBC Bristol
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