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: See Hear!

: The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew Mysteries

based on the books by Franklin W. Dixon and Carolyn Keene.

The Mystery of the African Safari

Contributors

Based on the book by: Franklin W. Dixon
Based on the book by: Carolyn Keene
Joe Hardy: Shaun Cassidy
Frank Hardy: Parker Stevenson
Written By: Cliff Osmond
Directed By: Joseph Pevney

: News After Noon

with Jeremy Thompson and Moira Stuart
Weather JIM BACON

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Thompson
Unknown: Moira Stuart
Unknown: Weather Jim Bacon

: Regional News

(London and SE only: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)

: Pebble Mill at One

Television's live, topical lunch-time magazine starts the New Year with a look back on the International Year of Disabled People. Lord Snowdon discusses what it achieved and what he hopes to see done for the disabled in 1982. And Travel Choice returns, with the first of a film series of holiday suggestions. This week: Cyprus.
With Donny MacLeod, Marian Foster and David Freeman
BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Presenter: Donny MacLeod
Presenter: Marian Foster
Presenter: David Freeman
Editor: Peter Hercombe

: Camberwick Green

A See-Saw programme. (Repeat)

: South of Algiers

The feature film starring Van Heflin, Wanda Hendrix and Eric Portman

Legend says that the priceless mask of Moloch is buried in the lost tomb of Marcus Manilius in Algiers. An eminent archaeologist, Dr Burnet, sets out to investigate and among his group is Nicholas Chapman, an American journalist intrigued by stories of a curse. But they are not the only ones searching for the tomb...

Contributors

Original Story/Screenplay: Robert Westerby
Producer: Aubrey Baring
Producer: Maxwell Setton
Director: Jack Lee
Nicholas Chapman: Van Heflin
Anne Burnet: Wanda Hendrix
Dr Burnet: Eric Portman
Jacques Farnod: Jacques Fracois
Dr Farnod: Rene Leplat
Prof Sir Arthur Young: Aubrey Mather
Thankyou: Marne Maitland

: Delia Smith's Cookery Course

Part 2. A second series of ten programmes presented by Delia Smith 1: Cakes

Contributors

Presented By: Delia Smith

: Play School

: Laurel and Hardy

The Missing- Fink

: Jackanory: The Adventures Of Coneli: Part 1: The Taming Of Shumac

by Edith Brill
with Brendan Price

Beli said to the fairy queen whom he had captured "€˜Give me a son as beautiful as yourself. We will call him Coneli, after Con of the 100 Battles. When he has proved his worth, then I will let you go."

Contributors

Author: Edith Brill
Storyteller: Brendan Price

: Playhouse: The Witching Hour

by Micheal Bartlett
The first of six plays.

"The Time Control Desk is about to go wrong though. Look, it's leap year, only a few minutes to midnight, but there's still no sign of F 29 and if he doesn't appear, time all over the world will stop!"

Contributors

Writer: Michael Bartlett
Sound: Laurie Taylor
Lighting: Mike Jefferies
Designer: Austin Ruddy
Producer: Angela Beechlng
Director: Edward Pugh
Rufus: Tony Boncza
Old Father Time: Geoffrey Bayldon
F 28: David Wood
Witch: Maureen Lipman
Mirror: Roy Kinnear
F 29: Brian Carroll

: Newsround

with Paul McDowell

Contributors

Unknown: Paul McDowell

: Blue Peter

with Simon Groom, Sarah Greene and Peter Duncan
RAF Airlift: Operation Pipeline gets a big boost when the RAF comes to the aid of viewers in Scotland, and heavy loads of stamps and coins reach the appeal depot in record time.

Contributors

Presenter: Simon Groom
Presenter: Sarah Greene
Presenter: Peter Duncan
Assistant Editor: Ian Oliver
Assistant Editor: Renny Rye
Editor: Biddy Baxter

: Evening News

with Richard Baker Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Baker

: Nationwide - South East at Six

Throughout the week Frank Bough , Sue Lawley, Hugh Scully and Sue Cook bring you the issues that matter and the topics that entertain in London and the South East, with LAURIE MAYER , FRAN MORRISON and MARGARET NELSON at the Newsdesk.
At 6.25 the Nationwide team in London links up with BBC studios and reporting teams around Britain.
Including Monday's regular feature
Watchdog
See page 83
Producers
LINO FERRARI, PHILIP HARDING MIKE HOGAN. RICHARD TAIT Editor ROGER BOLTON

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Bough
Unknown: Hugh Scully
Unknown: Sue Cook
Unknown: Laurie Mayer
Unknown: Fran Morrison
Unknown: Margaret Nelson
Unknown: Philip Harding
Unknown: Mike Hogan.
Editor: Roger Bolton

: Doctor Who: Castrovalva: Part 1

A four-part story by Christopher H. Bidmead
starring Peter Davison
What are the dangers of Event One?
(Part 2 tomorrow at 7.0)

Contributors

Writer: Christopher H. Bidmead
Script Editor: Eric Saward
Designer: Janet Budden
Producer: John Nathan-Turner
Director: Fiona Cumming
The Doctor: Peter Davison
Tegan: Janet Fielding
Nyssa: Sarah Sutton
Adric: Matthew Waterhouse
Head of Security: Dallas Cavell
The Master: Anthony Ainley
Ruther: Frank Wylie

Blog posts that mention this programme:

Flashback to the 1980s: Behind the scenes of BBC TV 26 April 2019
The 13 Doctors - a Who's Who 5 October 2018
The 13 Doctors - a Who's Who 5 October 2018

: The Rockford Files

Another chance to see the original series starring
James Garner as Jim Rockford in Tall Woman in Red Wagon
It shouldn't be all that difficult to trace a disappearing six-foot beauty driving a conspicuous car. However, with I her interfering friend Sandra and a tough inland revenue agent tagging along, Jim comes to a different conclusion.
Written by STEPHEN J. CANNELL
Directed by JERRY LONDON

Contributors

Unknown: James Garner
Unknown: Jim Rockford
Written By: Stephen J. Cannell
Directed By: Jerry London

: A Bright, Brand New Day....?

The second of two films about children in Northern Ireland.
In 1974 a programme called Children in Crossfire examined the lives of young children caught up in the troubles of Belfast and Londonderry.
Today the troubles continue, but the children are eight years older. In tonight's film we show what has happened to some of the children featured in Children in Crossfire, whose futures seemed so blighted. Among them Richard, blinded by a stray rubber bullet at the age of 12; 9-year-old Paul, in the front line of the Creggan riots; Billy, desperate to join the paramilitary UDA and Mary, on phenobarbitone in the battlefield called Divis Flats. Have they survived? And even if they have, can their minds survive a childhood of everyday violence and death?

Contributors

Film editor: Ellin Hare
Assistant producer: Fanny Prior
Producer: Jonathan Crane

: Nine O'Clock News

with John Humphrys Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: John Humphrys

: Last of the Summer Wine

A seven-part series written by ROY CLARKE
In the Service of Humanity starring Bill Owen
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde
Getting rather wet in a life-saving attempt, Clegg and Compo are dismayed to hear that the incident has inspired Foggy to devote his life - and theirs - to first aid and rescue.
Music RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Film cameraman EUGENE CARR Film editor GLENN HYDE Lighting JOHN GREEN Designer
VALERIE WARRENDER
Producer ALAN J. W. BELL

Contributors

Written By: Roy Clarke
Unknown: Bill Owen
Unknown: Peter Sallis
Unknown: Brian Wilde
Music: Ronnie Hazlehurst
Unknown: Eugene Carr
Designer: Valerie Warrender
Producer: Alan J. W. Bell
Compo: Bill Owen
Clegg: Peter Sallis
Foggy: Brian Wilde
Sid: John Comer
Ivy: Jane Freeman
Wally: Joe Gladwin
Nora: Kathy Staff
Sportsman: Bernie Shaw
Lonnie: Gil Morris
Workma: Tony Good

: Police

New Year's Eve
The first programme in a series filmed over nine months inside the Thames Valley Constabulary.
While most people are celebrating, the police are dealing with traffic accidents and drunks in the street, which are the unpleasant routine at this time of year. But when a 999 call for help warns that firearms may be involved, how do the police respond?
Film editor CHARLES ALDRIDGE Sound MALCOLM HIRST
Filmed and directed by CHARLES STEWART
Producer ROGER GRAEF
Series editor JOHN SHEARER BBC Bristol

Contributors

Editor: Charles Aldridge
Unknown: Malcolm Hirst
Directed By: Charles Stewart
Producer: Roger Graef
Editor: John Shearer

: Film 82 Special

Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward in conversation with lain Johnstone, at the Television Centre in London.
Director DAVID F. TURNBULL Producer IAIN JOHNSTONE
Executive producer BARRY BROWN
(Paul Newman in Hud on Friday at
10.50)

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Newman
Unknown: Joanne Woodward
Director: David F. Turnbull
Producer: Iain Johnstone
Producer: Barry Brown
Producer: Paul Newman

: Now Get Out of That

The first of four programmes Introduced by Bernard Falk
Two teams, one from Oxford, the other from Cambridge, accept the challenge to cope with the unknown for 24 hours in the open.
Their target is to retrieve an electronic device, codenamed 'The Beast', from a castle. But that's a long way away yet.
Tonight's big problem is to pull a Land-Rover out of a bog when the winching tackle is inside a milk churn stuck in a mined area, and the ignition key is in a glass tube attached to a tree ...
BBC Birmingham
(Part 2 tomorrow at 12 midnight)

Contributors

Presenter: Bernard Falk
Producer: Derek Smith
Executive Producer: Derek Smith








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