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: Breakfast Time

Introduced today by Nick Ross , Selina Scott
Today's regular features include: Breakfast Time's doctor, Richard Smith , and gardening with Don Hoyle. Timetable:
News: 6.30, 7.0, 7.30, 8.0, 8.30 with headlines on every quarter hour with Andrew Harvey
Weather: 6.31, 6.57, 7.27, 7.57, 8.27 Sport at 6.42, 7.18, 8.18
Regional News, weather and traffic at 6.45,7.15, 7.45, 8.15
Review of the Papers and a look ahead to the day at 7.32 and 8.32
The Breakfast Time Doctor between 6.45 and 7.0
Getting Britain Fit between 6.45 and 7.0
Tonight's TV between 7.15 and 7.30 Gardening between 7.30 and 7.45 Your Stars between 8.30 and 8.45
Food and Cooking between 8.45 and 9.0
Breakfast Time Gossip between
7.45 and 8.0

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Ross
Unknown: Selina Scott
Unknown: Richard Smith
Unknown: Don Hoyle.
Unknown: Andrew Harvey

: For Schools, Colleges

9.0 Biology
From Conception to Birth
9.25 Better Badminton
3: Defence into Attack
9.52 Look and Read
Fair Ground! 3: Hired hands
10.15 Mathscore Two
7: S for Symmetry
10.38 Exploring Science
Living in the Soil
11.0 Talkabout
The Story of Chen Ping
11.19 Hyn o Fyd. Congl y Casglwr Uil-ddarllediad . This World)
11.40 Going to Work
What's the Choice
12.3 pm 16 Up. Sex Roles OK?

Contributors

Unknown: Chen Ping
Unknown: Casglwr Uil-Ddarllediad

: News After Noon

Richard Whitmore and FernBritton Weather JIM BACON

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Whitmore

: Regional News

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

: Pebble Mill at One

Peter Seabrook with Dig This

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Seabrook

: King Rollo

A See-Saw programme

: Bric-a-Brac

A See-Saw programme

: For Schools, Colleges

2.2 Scene. Who are You Looking at? A look at the world of fashion; pop-singer STEVE STRANGE discusses the difference between style and fashion; and the reasons why some people believe that the way you look is at least as important as what you do for a living. Producer CHRIS GILDERS
Series producer ROGER TONGE
2.35 A Good Job with Prospects Commercial Artist

Contributors

Producer: Roger Tonge

: The Gun

A series of ten programmes
9: Accurate at a Mile

: Embroidery

Ten programmes presented by Jan Beaney. 9: Quilting

Contributors

Presented By: Jan Beaney.

: Lyn Marshall's Everyday Yoga

15: The Leg Over
The Leg Over is the final movement in the initial routine that stretches and strengthens the centre of the back, the legs, buttocks, and sides of the torso. The movements over the next five days are alternatives.
Director PAULA GILDER
Producer PETER RAMSDEN

Contributors

Director: Paula Gilder
Producer: Peter Ramsden

: Play School

: Hong Kong Phooey

The Little Crook Who Wasn't There

: Jackanory

Judi Dench
Martin Jarvis , William Rushton
The last of three programmes of stories, songs and poems. Today's selection chosen by MARTIN JARVIS.
Music arranged and played by PETER PETTINGER and CHRIS GRADWELL Designer ANDREE WELSTEAD HORNBY Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Director ROGER SINGLETON-TURNER

Contributors

Unknown: Judi Dench
Unknown: Martin Jarvis
Unknown: William Rushton
Played By: Peter Pettinger
Played By: Chris Gradwell
Designer: Andree Welstead Hornby

: Think Again

with Johnny Ball , who looks at All That Glisters ...
A lively look at jewellery, from belles with rings on their fingers to rocks and robbers -the men who stole the Crown Jewels.
Also the most valuable collection of jewellery, gold and diamonds ever seen in a television studio.
Written by JOHNNY BALL
Designer JOHN BONE. Director MIKE SEDDON Producer ALBERT BARBER. BBC Bristol
BACK PAGES: 86

Contributors

Unknown: Johnny Ball
Written By: Johnny Ball
Designer: John Bone.
Director: Mike Seddon
Producer: Albert Barber.

: Grange Hill

A series of 18 programmes Part 8: by DAVID ANGUS
Roland decides that he has heard enough jokes about his weight. Meanwhile Julie is doing some research on the staff.

Contributors

Unknown: David Angus
Miss Mooney: Lucinda Gane
Mrs McClusky: ,gwyneth Powell
Mr Smart: Simon Haywood
Scruffy McGuffy: Fraser Cains
Mr Keating: Robert Hartley
Mr Hopwood: Brian Capron
Mrs Hunt: June Page
Mr B rowning: Mike Savage
Mrs Browning: Jo Kendall
Fay Lucas: Alison Bettles
Annette Firman: Nadia Chambers
Jimmy Flynn: Terry Kinselia
Zammo McGuire: Lee MacDonald
Roland Browning: Erkan Mustafa
Janet St Clair: Simone Nylander
Jonah Jones: Lee Sparke
Diane Cooney: Julie Ann Steel
Julie Marchant: Lisa York
Devised by: Phil Redmond
Studio sound: Jim Cadman
Designer: Tony Burrough
Producer: Kenny McBain
Directors CAROL WILKS,: Alistair Clark

: Willo the Wisp

Cats and Dogs
Voices KENNETH WILLIAMS

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Williams

: Evening News

with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Regional news magazines

Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today South East at Six, Points West
South Today, Spotlight South West and at 6.22
Nationwide
At 6.45 Sportswide with Desmond Lynam
(Regional details as Monday)

Contributors

Unknown: Desmond Lynam

: The Junior Superstars

Townsend Thoresen Challenge
Presented by Ron Pickering, David Vine
We now move to Worthing for the first programme in the new Superstars series -eight regional heats have produced nine qualifiers for The Junior Superstars Final
Andrew Ashurst: English Schools International and County Champion pole-vaulter from Cheshire.

Martin Bell: now Britain's most promising downhill skier, living at RAF Leeming, Yorkshire.
Eddie Enwright: Cheshire school-boys soccer star from Warrington.
Simon Honey: a 1500m athlete who also swims, rides and shoots, living in Glastonbury.
Jim Lewis: a London schools pole-vault champion afraid of heights.
Paul Lewis: second appearance in Junior Superstars. A judo international living in Milford Haven.
Malachy McHugh: from Belfast. Plays Gaelic football and hurling. Ambition to be a racing journalist.
Stuart McKay: five times Scottish wrestling champion, from Denny.
Julian Swain: county rugby player living in Birmingham.
Produced in association with Trans World International and Candid Productions Inc.

Contributors

Presenter: Ron Pickering
Presenter: David Vine
Contestant: Andrew Ashurst
Contestant: Martin Bell
Contestant: Eddie Enwright
Contestant: Simon Honey
Contestant: Jim Lewis
Contestant: Paul Lewis
Contestant: Malachy McHugh
Contestant: Stuart McKay
Contestant: Julian Swain
Engineering Manager: John Livingstone
Engineering Manager: Ernie Knight
Assistant Producer: David Ross
Director: David Pickthall
TV Production: Peter Hylton Cleaver

: The Fourth Arm

A series in 12 episodes starring with Episode 4 written by ALFRED SHAUGNESSY
The training of the team commences. They begin to emerge as individuals.
Series devised by GERARD GLAISTER and JOHN BRASON Film cameraman GODFREY JOHNSON Studio lighting ALAN HENDERSON Designer TIM DANN
Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director NICHOLAS RENTON

Contributors

Written By: Alfred Shaugnessy
Unknown: Gerard Glaister
Unknown: John Brason
Unknown: Godfrey Johnson
Unknown: Alan Henderson
Designer: Tim Dann
Producer: Gerard Glaister
Director: Nicholas Renton
Major Gallagher: Paul Shelley
Lt-Col Squires: Neil Stacy
Portales (Rossignol): Eve Adam
Birkett (Hirondelle): Angela Cheyne
Solange (Chardonneret): Susan Kyd
Ellen (Merle): Carole Nimmons
Wilson (Corbeau): Stuart Blake
Lovell (Hibou): Rob Edwards
Macklin (Choucas): Dean Harris
Cameron (Grive): Michael MacKenzie
Macaulay (Mesange): Robert Swales
Moffatt (Miff): Leonard Fenton
Sgt Major Gidney: Edward Peel
Captain Benchtey: Alec Sabin
Lamboit (Ferdy): Roy Boyd
PT Instructor: Terry Forrestal«
First Land Army girl: Maureen O'Farrell
Second Land Army girl: Isabel Lansdale

: Points of View

Barry Took with your comments in the programme you help to write.
Producer YVONNE REWETT
Please send letters to Barry Took , BBC Television Centre, London W12 8QT

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Took
Producer: Yvonne Rewett
Unknown: Barry Took

: Nine O'Clock News

with Michael Buerk and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world Weekend Weather ANNE purvis

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Buerk

: Cagney and Lacey

Two disarming young women-New York cops - who demonstrate that in the fight against crime the female of the species can be as deadly as the male. A film series starring and with and One of Our Own
The murder of Joe Minelli , a respected and popular colleague, has everyone in the Police Department working at full stretch in the intensive hunt for a cop killer. But Lacey's long hours of extra duty place a strain on her family.

Contributors

Unknown: Joe Minelli
Chris Cagney: Sharon Gless
Mary Beth Lacey: Tyne Daly
Lieutenant Samuels: Al Waxman
Detective Petrie: Carl Lumbly
Harvey: John Karlen

: Turns

In the first of six programmes, Jimmy Perry recalls the days when Lily Morris , Billy Cotton and his Band, Wilson, Keppel and Betty, Harry Tate and many other great turns were filling the variety theatres of the 1930s and 40s.
Recorded at the Television Theatre. London Written by JIMMY PERRY Producer DONALD SAYER

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Perry
Unknown: Lily Morris
Unknown: Billy Cotton
Unknown: Harry Tate
Written By: Jimmy Perry
Producer: Donald Sayer

: The Late Film: The 7th Dawn

starring William Holden Susannah York Capucine with Tetsuro Tamba Malaya 1945. The Japanese have surrendered but the guerrillas in their jungle hideouts have another enemy now-the British. In this action-packed drama of terrorism, love and divided loyalties, rubber-planter Ferris and his mistress find themselves distrusted by the British because of a longstanding friendship with a terrorist leader.
Screenplay by KARL TUNBERG
Based on the novel The Durion Tree by MICHAEL KEON
Directed by LEWIS GILBERT Films: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: William Holden
Unknown: Susannah York
Play By: Karl Tunberg
Unknown: Michael Keon
Directed By: Lewis Gilbert
Ferris: William Holden
Candace: Susannah York
Dhana: Capucine
NG: Tetsuro Tamba
Trumpey: Michael Goodliffe
Cavendish: Allan Cuthbertson
Tarlton: Maurice Denham
CPO: Sydney Tafler








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