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: Open University

6.45 Database: Information Systems
7.10 Introducing Photochemistry
7.35 All About Risk
8.0 Curriculum in Action

: Godzilla

The Energy Beast

: Saturday Superstore

with Mike Read
Keith Chegwin , John Craven and Sarah Greene
In store today live coverage from Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, of The XIV Winter Olympic Games
The Ladies Downhill
Who is the fastest lady on skis in the world? Can IRENE EPPLE of West Germany, a former Giant Slalom specialist, win an Olympic title in her first really competitive downhill season-or will GERRY SORENSON win Canada's first Winter Olympic downhill gold medal? Switzerland's MARIA WALLISER is another likely medallist.
At 9.25 DAVID VINE and KONRAD BARTELSKI commentate from Jahorina as the competitors plunge down a spectacular mile-and-a-quarter course. Sarah's search for a Superstore SuperStar reaches its fourth heat. Four more acts compete for your votes and a chance of stardom. In the music department with Mike this morning are Kool and the Gang and Spandau Ballet. Ring them on [number removed]. Lines are open from 8.30. Blue Peter's Simon Groom and Goldie pay a special visit. Simon's got a really marvellous star bargain on offer. John will have the up-to-the-minute news as America's space shuttle prepares to return to Earth after her latest mission. Reg Turnill reports live from Mission Control as we watch Challenger touching down at Kennedy Space Center.
Superstore has all the very best in cartoons and pop music.
Don't forget the address: Saturday Superstore, BBCtv, London [Postcode removed]
Editor CHRIS BELLINGER .BACK PAGES: 82

Contributors

Unknown: Mike Read
Unknown: Keith Chegwin
Unknown: John Craven
Unknown: Sarah Greene
Unknown: Irene Epple
Unknown: Gerry Sorenson
Unknown: Maria Walliser
Unknown: Konrad Bartelski
Unknown: Simon Groom
Unknown: Reg Turnill
Editor: Chris Bellinger

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: Grandstand

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: News

with Jan Leeming. Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming.

: The Rod and Emu Show

starring Rod Hull and Emu with their special guests Stutz Bear Cats Second Image
Barron Knights and Ladies' World Hula-hoop Champion Melody
Howe Rod and Emu present a fun-packed show of laughter and music from the exciting Rhyl Sun Centre. And in this week's film report from Down Under, they take a look at Emu Bottom - just outside Melbourne!
Executive producer PETER RIDSDALE SCOTT Designer MEL BIBBY
Lighting RON MEAGER
Producer MIKE STEPHENS BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Howe Rod
Producer: Peter Ridsdale Scott
Designer: Mel Bibby
Producer: Mike Stephens

: Jim'll Fix It

with Jimmy Savile OBE
"hat could Jim fix for you?
If it's unusual, possible, entertaining or daring and you do not think it has been done before, why not drop him a line? The address to write to is
Jim'll Fix It BBC Television Centre, Wood Lane, London [Postcode removed] Sound RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN Lighting PETER WESSON Designer JOHN STOUT
Director PETER CAMPBELL Producer ROGER ORDISH

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy Savile OBE
Designer: John Stout
Director: Peter Campbell
Producer: Roger Ordish

: The Action Film: The Gumball Rally

starring
Michael Sarrazin Normann Burton Raul Julia
Gary Busey
Alerted by the code word 'Gumball', a strange assortment of people converge on a secret rendezvous in Manhattan. So too, do the police, alerted by the indefatigable Inspector Roscoe who has made it his life's ambition to put an end to this highly organised illegal activity. Outwitted, Roscoe stands a helpless spectator at the start of another Gumball Rally, a motor race across America at speeds approaching 200 mph. For the contestants, the excitement of the race is well worth the inevitable accidents and evading the police is part of the fun-but Roscoe has a few extra tricks up his sleeve....
Screenplay by LEON CAPETANOS
Produced and directed by CHUCK bail Films: page 17

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Sarrazin
Unknown: Normann Burton
Unknown: Raul Julia
Unknown: Gary Busey
Unknown: Inspector Roscoe
Unknown: Leon Capetanos
Directed By: Chuck Bail
Michael Bannon: Michael Sarrazin
Roscoe: Normann Burton
Franco: Raul Julia
Smith: Tim McIntyre
Gibson: Gary Busey
Preston: John Durren
Alice: Susan Flannery
Jane: Joanne Nail
Lapchick: Harvey Jason
Angie: Tricia O'Neill
Jose: Lazaro Perez
Graves: Nicholas Pryor
Barney: J Pat O'Malley
Andy: Vaughn Taylor
Kandinsky: Steven Keats
Avila: Wally Taylor

: The Les Dawson Show

starring
Les Dawson Special guest
Stephanie Lawrence featuring
The Roly Polys with ROY BARRACLOUGH DIANA KING
Script by LES DAWSON. TERRY RAVENSCROFT Musical director RONNIE HAZLEHURST Musical associate PETER LEE Choreography LUD
Costume designer VALERIE WHITE Sound LEN SHOREY
Lighting JOHN DIXON Designer TIM GLEESON Producer ROBIN NASH

Contributors

Unknown: Roy Barraclough
Unknown: Diana King
Script By: Les Dawson. Terry Ravenscroft
Director: Ronnie Hazlehurst
Unknown: Peter Lee
Designer: Valerie White
Unknown: Len Shorey
Unknown: John Dixon
Designer: Tim Gleeson
Producer: Robin Nash

: News and Sport

with Jan Leeming Weatherman

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: The Odd Job Man

by N. J. CRISP
A serial in three parts starring Jon Finch with 1: Escorting a defecting Warsaw Pact Planning Officer across the East German border seemed just another job for Sergeant George Griffin of the SAS, but the effects of that mission were to follow him ...
Music composed and conducted by PATRICK GOWERS
Script editor MAGGIE ALLEN Photography ALEX SCOTT
Film editor PHYLLIS IRONSIDE Designer JIM LONCMUIR
Produced by BOB MCINTOSH
Directed by TRISTAN DE VERE COLE BBC Scotland
0 FEATURE: page 16

Contributors

Unknown: N. J. Crisp
Unknown: Jon Finch
Conducted By: Patrick Gowers
Editor: Maggie Allen
Unknown: Alex Scott
Editor: Phyllis Ironside
Designer: Jim Loncmuir
Produced By: Bob McIntosh
Directed By: Tristan de Vere Cole
The Odd Job: George Griffin
Major Drew: Ralph Bates
Nancy: Polly Hemingway
Tauber: Wolf Kahler
Nick: Andrew McCulloch
Interrogator: Lex van Delden
Border guard: Louis Sheldon
German farmer: Terry Gurry
Border guide: Kenneth Owens
Victor: Paul Young
Bill Cook: Leon Sinden
Brenda: Terry Cavers
Housewife: Andrea Miller
German businessman: Gertan Klauber
Off-licence manager: Gerard Slevin
Club hostess: Sheila Grier
Waiter: James Kennedy
Officer's wife: Vari Sylvester
Cabaret act: Susie Silvey
Cabaret act: Wesley Pestano

: Wogan

Terry Wogan hosts his own talk show.
Tonight's guests include:
Max Boyce , the 'boyo' from the valleys of Wales; Bob Fosse , celebrated American choreographer and director of many films including Cabaret; and Lynn Redgrave , Hollywood star who returns for her first British sit-com series.
Programme associate CHRIS GREENWOOD
Lighting DUNCAN BROWN. Designer BOB COVE Director GORDON ELSBURY Producer MARCUS PLANTIN

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Wogan
Unknown: Max Boyce
Unknown: Bob Fosse
Unknown: Lynn Redgrave
Unknown: Chris Greenwood
Unknown: Duncan Brown.
Director: Gordon Elsbury
Producer: Marcus Plantin

: Match of the Day Special

Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Action highlights from First and Second Division matches in the Canon League plus analysis and interviews. Commentators
JOHN MOTSON , ALAN PARRY
News round-up and pools check BOB WILSON
The XIV Winter Olympic Games from Sarajevo, Yugoslavia Ice Hockey
Two important matches in the round-robin series which will decide the four countries to qualify for the medal play-offs. CANADA who won the title five times between 1924 and 1952 meet FINLAND, while SWEDEN play WEST GERMANY.
Commentators ALAN WEEKS and BARRY DAVIES ... Plus news of today's Ladies Downhill and Bobsleigh events. Football producers JOHN SHREWSBURY . MURRAY NEEDHAM
Series producer FRED VINER Editor BOB ABRAHAMS
Winter Olympics producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editors HAROLD ANDERSON and JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Introduced By: Jimmy Hill
Unknown: John Motson
Unknown: Alan Parry
Unknown: Bob Wilson
Commentators: Alan Weeks
Commentators: Barry Davies
Producers: John Shrewsbury
Producers: Murray Needham
Producer: Fred Viner
Editor: Bob Abrahams
Producer: Martin Hopkins
Editors: Harold Anderson
Editors: John Philips

: Late Night Horror: Legend of the Werewolf

starring Peter Cushing with Ron Moody , Hugh Griffith Roy Castle
Nineteenth-century central Europe. A travelling showman stumbles across a strange boy, half human and half wolf, who had been suckled by wolves after they had killed his parents. The boy, called Etoile, grows into a seemingly normal young man. But his werewolf instincts are aroused one full moon, unleashing an uncontrollable savagery....
Screenplay by JOHN ELDER Produced by KEVIN FRANCIS
Directed by FREDDIE FRANCIS Films: 17

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Cushing
Unknown: Ron Moody
Unknown: Hugh Griffith
Unknown: Roy Castle
Unknown: John Elder
Produced By: Kevin Francis
Directed By: Freddie Francis
Paul: Peter Cushing
Zoo keeper ': Ron Moody
Maestro: Hugh Griffith
Photographer: Roy Castle
Etoile: David Rintoul
Max Gerard: Stefan Gryff
Christine: Lynn Dalby
Chou Chou: Renee Houston
Madame Tellier: Marjorie Yeates
Tiny: Norman Mitchell
Young Etoile: Mark Weavers
Boulon: David Bailie

: Weather









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