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: Open University

6.25 Management at Priory School. 6.50 The Mackenzie File. 7.15 Santa Maria del Popolo. 7.40 Potsdam 1: The Meeting
8.30 Beginning Evaluation.

: Swim

ANDREW HARVEY introduces a series of ten programmes for swimmers 6: Under-Fives with JULIE SMITH
Director DAVID SpIRES Producer JOHN DOBSON

Contributors

Introduces: Andrew Harvey
Unknown: Julie Smith
Director: David Spires
Producer: John Dobson

: Swap Shop

Presented by Noel Edmonds with Keith Chegwin
John Craven , Maggie Philbin
The Cheggers Roadshow has a touch of oriental mystery - but it's not far from home and Keith could be round the corner from you!
Lulu's back in town!! The girl from Glasgow is now an international star, but she's taking a morning off from her hectic schedule to sing a song and have a laugh.
Is Richard Stilgoe the world's fastest songwriter? Give him a ring and put him to the test.
Don't forget you've got a chance to vote for your favourite stars and shows in the 1982 Swap Shop Awards - see entry form below.
Phone us on [number removed](lines open 9.30, please dial carefully) or write to Swap Shop, BBCtv, London W12 8QT.
Assistant Editor CRISPIN EVANS
Editor ROSEMARY GILL
JOHN CRAVEN'S BACK PAGES: 82-83

Contributors

Presented By: Noel Edmonds
Unknown: Keith Chegwin
Unknown: John Craven
Unknown: Maggie Philbin
Unknown: Richard Stilgoe
Editor: Crispin Evans
Editor: Rosemary Gill
Unknown: John Craven

: Grandstand

See panel including at 1.5* News Summary

12.15 pm Grandstand
Introduced by David Coleman

12.20 Football Focus
Bob Wilson previews today's FA Cup Fifth Round and Scottish Cup Fourth Round matches.

12.45 World Cup Ski-ing
from Garmisch: Men's Downhill
With the one-off drama of the World Championships behind them, the Men's Downhill racers are at Garmisch, where last year STEVE PODBORSKI was the winner. This year he'll be looking to increase his lead in the World Cup. Commentator DAVID VINE

1.10 Boxing
from the Royal Albert Hall
Highlights of the Barrett/Duff promotion in London this week. Commentator Harry Carpenter

1.20; 1.50; 2.30; 3.0 Racing
from Newbury
1.30 The Minors' Novices' Hurdle Race (Division One. 2m lOOy)
2.0 The Game Spirit 'Chase (Ltd Handicap, 2m 160y)
2.40 The Schweppes Gold Trophy Handicap Hurdle Race (2m lOOy)
Strong market fancies Gaye Chance and Mr Moonraker give respective trainers Mercy Rimell and Susan Morris an outstanding chance of becoming the first woman to win the Schweppes and its first prize of over £20,000.
3.10 The Compton 'Chase (3m)
Commentators Peter O'Sullevan, Julian Wilson and Richard Pitman

1.40; 2.10 World Bobsleigh Championships
from St Moritz: Four-Man Bob
After last weekend's two-man event, the crews now double up and with the increased weight, the bobs go faster. The East Germans are expected to regain their world title.
Commentator Tony Gubba, who writes: The sight of a four-man bob flipped on its back like a tortoise, steel underbelly to the sky, crashing at 60-70mph inside a giant ice rut, can chill the blood of brave men. But even worse for the next crew waiting at the top is the delay while damage to the bob run is repaired. Where was the crash? How did it happen? Are the crew okay? The answers have rarely filtered up the mountain before it's time to go - an explosive push start, then sit tight and hold on. Try not to think of that other crew crashing in a jumble of arms and legs. It takes nerves of steel even to ride a bob sled, let alone chase world championship medals. The bob run at St Moritz is a natural track cut fresh from the ice each year. Always challenging, always differently dangerous.

2.50; 3.20 International Hockey
from the Magret Leisure Centre, Maidenhead
The Rank Xerox Indoor Honte International Championship
England are favourites to win, but the 'auld enemy', Scotland, should provide them with their sternest opposition. Ireland and Wales, considered underdogs, can be expected to produce spirited action. Commentators Ralph Dellor, David Whittaker

3.45 Half-time football scores

3.55 Rugby League
from Knowsley Road, St Helens
The State Express Challenge Cup First Round: St Helens v Wigan
Wigan have the distinction of being the club with the most appearances in the Challenge Cup Final. St Helens have won the trophy twice in the 1970s and the last time these two met in the Final, in 1966, the successful St Helens side was led by none other than Alex Murphy.
Commentator RAY FRENCH
Summariser ALEX MURPHY

4.35 Final Score
Classified check and pools news, plus match reports and all the latest sporting news.
Television presentation:
Football Focus BOB ABRAHAMS Ski-ing GERMAN TV SERVICE Boxing BOB DUNCAN
Racing RICHARD TILLING Bobsleigh Swiss TV SERVICE Hockey DAVID KENNING
Rugby League KEITH Phillips
Assistant editor Grandstand JOHN ROWLINSON
Producer Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS
Editor Grandstand MIKE MURPHY

: The All New Pink Panther Show

Today: Pink Daddy, Barnacle Bird and Cat and the Pinkstalk
The Pink Panther theme by HENRY MANCINI

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Mancini

: News

with Jan Lecming
Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Lecming

: The Circus World Championships

A gala spectacular featuring the Finals of the 1981 Championships in which over 30 artists, combining grace and balance with courage and panache, appear under the Big Top, both in competition and performance. Categories:
Super Troupe; Russian Pole
Foot Juggling; Flying Trapeze Contenders:
The Parvanovi Troupe (Bulgaria) Chen Wenxiu and Zheng Jianhui (China)
The Flying Bells (Mexico) The Koziaks (Poland)
The Sarach Troupe (Soviet Union) Consuela Reyes (Spain) The Trio Dymek (USA)
Ringmaster Norman Barrett Commentator BRUCE HAMMAL
Staged in the ROBERT BROTHERS' Big Top Musical director KENNY CLAYTON Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE Lighting JOHN MASON
Designer NIGEL CURZON
Circus executive producer ADRIAN METCALFE Directed for television by IAN SMITH <

Contributors

Unknown: Chen Wenxiu
Unknown: Zheng Jianhui
Unknown: Consuela Reyes
Unknown: Norman Barrett
Commentator: Bruce Hammal
Director: Kenny Clayton
Director: Sound Chris Holcombe
Director: Lighting John Mason
Designer: Nigel Curzon
Producer: Adrian Metcalfe
Television By: Ian Smith

: Jim'll Fix It

Last year more than a quarter of a million people wrote to
Jimmy Savile , obe, with their ' fix it ' requests. Today some of those dreams become a reality.
Sound RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN. Lighting GERRY MILLERSON. Designer ANDY DIMOND Director PETER CAMPBELL Producer ROGER ORDISH

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Savile
Unknown: Richard Chamberlain.
Unknown: Gerry Millerson.
Designer: Andy Dimond
Director: Peter Campbell
Producer: Roger Ordish

: Nanny

A series in ten parts starring
Wendy Craig as Nanny Barbara Gray 7 : Out of the Shadows by TERENCE BRADY and CHARLOTTE BINGHAM with The Duke is recovered now, but clearly an old man. Lord Somerville seems incapable of facing up to his impending responsibilities. Meanwhile Barbara has problems with her father of quite a different kind.
Costume designer TERRY DAWSON Make-up artist CAROL GANNICLIFFT Designer MYLES LANG Producer GUY SLATER Director
CHRISTOPHER BARRY
Theme music on Top BBCtv Themes Vol 4 (record REH 424, cassette zcr 424) from retailers

Contributors

Unknown: Wendy Craig
Unknown: Nanny Barbara Gray
Unknown: Terence Brady
Unknown: Charlotte Bingham
Designer: Terry Dawson
Artist: Carol Ganniclifft
Designer: Myles Lang
Producer: Guy Slater
Unknown: Christopher Barry
the Duchess of Broughton: Judy Campbell
Donald Gray: Colin Douglas
Mrs Fanshawe: Doris Hare
Twomey: Jim Norton
Lord Somerville: John Quayle
the Duke of Broughton: Richard Vernon
Dolly Partridge: Jane Wenham
Lady Somerville: Jane Booker
Mr PhippS: Michael Lees
Diana Curry-Rivel: Richenda Carey
Henry: James Hossack
Elizabeth: Jemima Laing
Sophia: Yolande Palfrey
Lillian: Jayne Lester
Hewison: John Malcolm
Mary: Jackie Downey
Tilly: Natalie Forbes
Madame Ebel: Pamela Ruddock
Janine: Rachael Weaver

: The Les Dawson Show

starring
Les Dawson and Lena Zavaroni featuring
Kids International
With ROY BARRACLOUGH
Script LES DAWSON , PETER ROBINSON PETER VINCENT , TONY HARE IERRV RAVENSCROFT
ALVN AINSWORTH AND HIS ORCHESTRA
IVOR RAYMONDE, NORMAN PERCIVAL
REG GUEST costume designer VALERIE BONNER
SOund LEN SHOREY
Lighting GEOFF SHAW Designer TIM GLEESON
Produced by ERNEST MAXIN

Contributors

Unknown: Les Dawson
Unknown: Lena Zavaroni
Unknown: Roy Barraclough
Script: Les Dawson
Script: Peter Robinson
Script: Peter Vincent
Script: Tony Hare
Unknown: Ierrv Ravenscroft
Unknown: Alvn Ainsworth
Unknown: Norman Percival
Designer: Valerie Bonner
Designer: Tim Gleeson
Produced By: Ernest Maxin

: Dallas

starring
Anniversary J.R. seems to be on the up and up - not least because he is secretly exploiting everyone else's weaknesses and problems ...

Contributors

Unknown: Anniversary J.R.
Ellie: Barbara Bel Geddes
J R: Larry Hagman
Sue Ellen: Linda Gray
Bobby: Patrick Duffy
Pamela: Victoria Principal
Cliff: Ken Kercheval
Lucy: Charlene Tilton
Ray: Steve Kanaly
Donna: Susan Howard
Clayton: Howard Keel
Mitch: Leigh McCloskey
Afton: Audrey Landers
Rebecca: Priscilla Pointer

: News and Sport

with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Match of the Day

Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Featuring highlights from three matches in the Fifth Round of the FA Cup.
Commentators JOHN MOTSON
BARRY DAVIES , ALAN PARRY
News round-up BOB WILSON
Producers JOHN SHREWSBURY JOHN PHILIPS , JOHN WATTS
Series producer FRED VINER Editor BOB ABRAHAMS
Match of the Day Annual 1982, £2.25 from booksellers
Soccer scores and pools news on Ceejax

Contributors

Introduced By: Jimmy Hill
Commentators: John Motson
Unknown: Barry Davies
Unknown: Alan Parry
Unknown: Bob Wilson
Producers: John Shrewsbury
Producers: John Philips
Producers: John Watts
Producer: Fred Viner

: Parkinson

Join Michael Parkinson in an hour of entertainment with one of America's most gifted and energetic song and dance men Ben Vereen
Music HARRY STONEHAM

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Parkinson
Unknown: Ben Vereen
Music: Harry Stoneham

: Golden Soak

by HAMMOND INNES dramatised in six parts by PETER YELDHAM , starring
5: The discovery that Golden Soak was always a reservoir of subterranean water brings great joy to Jarrabinda. The stricken herds of cattle can now survive. Alec and Janet celebrate their success, still unaware of Ed's desperate trip into the Gibson Desert. But their joy is shortlived - Rosa arrives.
Produced by JAMES GATWARD. RAY ALCHIN
Directed by HENRI SAFRAN. Presented for the BBC by TIMOTHY COMBE

Contributors

Unknown: Hammond Innes
Unknown: Peter Yeldham
Produced By: James Gatward.
Produced By: Ray Alchin
Directed By: Henri Safran.
Unknown: Timothy Combe
Alec Hamilton: Ray Barrett
Rosa: Christiane Kruger
Janet: Elizabeth Alexander
Ed: Heinz Schimmelpfennig
Johnny: David Cameron
Culpin: Bill Hunter
Kadek: Gunther Ungeheuer
Prophesy: Ruth Cracknell
Sgt Reynolds: Ken Blackburn
Jacko: Les Foxcroft
Maggie: Kay Yates
Robbie: Rev Jones
Pilot: Hu Pryce

: Weather









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