6.25 Travelling with Dignity. 6.50 Stantcmbury: A Curriculum Blueprint. 7.15 Cloister to Cloister? 1. 7.40 History of Mathematics. 8.5 Punjab to Britain: 2.
8.30 Curriculum in Action: What Were They Learning?
Join BOB GODFREY in five programmes on how to enter the mad world of cartoons and animation. 5: Sound and Fury
Producer DAVID HARGREAVES
Director ANNA JACKSON
The first of nine programmes
Peter Powell and Mark Curry with the Summertime Saturday Show
9.35 Secret Squirrel: on the trail of the evil Yellow Pinky.
9.40 Day-Tripper: Hannah, Andrew and Vicky of Why Don't You ... ? take a circular tour.
9.45 TV Powww! the all-action telephone video game.
9.50 Robinson Crusoe : starring Robert Hoffmann : part 3
10.15 Ten/Fifteen: live music from Dépêche Mode, how to clean up your own backyard, plus the Illustrated Top Ten.
10.30 Newsround Sports Report Paul McDowell and the Newsround team with one of the week's stories, people or issues.
Director DAVID LANGFORD Producer TONY HARRISON
Executive producer DAVID BROWN
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A non-stop pageant of comedy and cliff-hanging adventures, featuring highlights of the silent movies. with Douglas Fairbanks
Charlie Chaplin , Stan Laurel Oliver Hardy , Houdini
Pearl White, Harry Langdon Ben Turpin , Charlie Chase Snub Pollard , Mack Sennett
Fatty Arbuckle , Mabel Normand Ford Sterling , Boris Karloff Warner Oland , Ruth Roland
Al St John , The Keystone Kops The Sennett Bathing Beauties and Cameo, the Wonder Dog Narrated by JAY JACKSON
Music by JACK SHAINDLIN. Produced and directed by ROBERT YOUNGSON
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(There's more- silent comedy in Make 'em Laugh on Friday at 4 25 pm)
See panel including at 1.0* News Summary
presenting the optimistic, indestructible panther who is permanently in-the-pink.
Today: Pink Bananas, Crane Brained, Pinktails for Two
The Pink Panther theme by henry mancini
Michael Sullivan ; Weatherman
starringandappearance by a special guest The Oak Ridge Boys
State of the County
Daisy's romance with a handsome stranger has some explosive results as the Dukes find themselves the victims of a take-over bid for Boss Hogg 's lucrative empire.
Music specially composed and sung by WAYLON JENNINGS. Written by BRUCE HOWARD Directed by DICK MODER
Sheriff Rosco Coltrane:
with Mike Read
How much do you know about rock 'n' roll and pop music? See if-you can do as well as the studio teams of celebrities from the world of pop. They try to answer questions based on music and the performers, charts, writers and composers of singles and albums since 1955. From the archives: film of Bob Dylan , The Beatles,
Brian Poole and the Tremeloes Tonight's teams:
Rick Wakeman , keyboard virtuoso Barbara Dickson , Scottish singer/ songwriter
Brian Setzer of the Stray Cats v
Dennis Waterman , singer, actor and footballer
Suggs of Madness
Martin Fry of ABC, currently in the charts with ' Poison arrow '
Assistant producer JILL SINCLAIR Director iniLir cniLvtKS
Producer FRANCES wiiitaker
starring Ken Dodd
The last of the series in which the unique comedy star celebrates laughter, song and happiness and introduces his international guests from the world of variety: from France
Robert Dhery with members of the company of the legendary revue La Plume de ma Tante featuring MAURICE DUCASSE , JACQUES LEGRAS MICHEl, MODO and PIERRE OLAF Staged by COLETTE BROSSET from Austria the eccentric magical personality Otto Wessely from Knotty
Ash Ken Dodd 's Diddymen
Special guest Arthur Askey Featuring Touch of Class
Musical director KEN JONES Choreography BETTY LAINE
Vocal backing THE MIKE SAMMES SINGERS
Sound ALAN macihn. Lighting DUNCAN BROWN Designer richard morris. Director
John ijisiiop. Produced by JOHN fisher
starring Betty Hutton, Dorothy Lamour, Charlton Heston, Gloria Grahame, Cornel Wilde, James Stewart
With a massive three-ring circus about to start a countrywide tour, tensions under the big top are running high. The problems are accentuated when Sebastian, a French aerialist, is hired to displace Holly in the centre ring. But this is only one problem for the circus manager, Brad, and his temperamental and talented artists. DeMille's spectacular production -with its exciting climax - is probably the most famous circus film of all time, combining circus thrills and comedy with a cleverly interwoven story enacted by an all-star cast.
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with Michael Sullivan Weatherman
Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Highlights of two Football League matches, analysis and interviews.
John Motson and Barry Davies report on First and Second Division games in the north and west. Bob Wilson gathers together the day's other news including the late-night pools check.
A spectacular three-part drama about the men and women stationed at Pearl Harbor during the momentous days which led to America's entry into World War II.
Angie Dickinson as Midge Forrest
Robert Wagner as Cal Lanford
Dennis Weaver as Colonel Forrest
Lesley Ann Warren as Karel Lang
1: The American Military Base in Hawaii, 3 December 1941. As the Japanese Air Force prepares to invade Honolulu, the American personnel go about their daily lives. Midge Forrest is caught in a troubled, loveless marriage to Jason –
a dedicated senior officer. All around them affairs, racial tensions and military in-fighting create dramas soon to be overshadowed by the Japanese invasion.
Written by STIRLING SILLIPHANT
Produced by SAM MANNERS
Directed by HY AVERBACK and ALEX SINGER