6.20 Molecular Evolution
6.45 Database: Security
7.10 Photosynthesis: Early Events
7.35 Baffled by Design
8.0 Curriculum in Action
Mark Curry is your host Maggie Philbin takes the mobile picture unit to the Yorkshire Dales and follows the progress of 30 young would-be explorers on a series of selection tests that include orienteering, raft-building, basic survival and an assault course. The successful ones will take part in Colonel John Blashford -Snell's four-year round-the-world expedition - Operation Raleigh.
Star guest is Olympic champion Tessa Sanderson Pop music from The Adventures
And lots more including cartoons, pop-in guests, competitions and a report from Nick Rowan on the development of new games. Director MICK DEMPSEY
Producer DIANE CAMPBELL
Executive producer TONY HARRISON
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12.45 News Summary
The road ends for this year in the south west where Peter Powell and his special guests welcome Depeche Mode and Heaven 17 to the Academy Club, Plymouth.
Cameras are at the Radio 1 week out Roadshow on Plymouth Hoe, while from
Purley, Mr Angry offers Simon Bates and Steve Wright the chance to fail at the DJ Challenge.
John Walters sticks his nose into Devon and Cornwall looking for more extraordinary characters for Walters' Weekend.
Sun, sea, stars and summer sounds - all part of a fast-moving 30 minutes designed to put you in a holiday mood.
Assistant producers JONATHAN BULLEN , ALAN WRIGHT
Production PETER HAMILTON
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
A special edition featuring the Cross Channel Extravaganza live from the Straits of Dover. Attempts will be made to break at least a dozen existing cross-channel records. Featuring
Cliff Michelmore Murray Walker Suzanne Dando and a special guest from the world of pop music
Outside broadcast direction a MICHAEL LEGGO E and GORDON ELSBURY £ Sound DAVID THOMPSON O Lighting FRED WRIGHT a Designer JOHN ANDERSON a-Production MICHAEL HURLL
Presented in conjunction with A2F FRENCH TELEVISION
Bob Monkhouse hosts this brand-new comedy quiz show based on general knowledge.
Four contestants pit their wits in a fast-moving and exciting game, for a chance to win glittering prizes and an opportunity to go on a golden holiday.
'When the Eiffel Tower was dismantled last month, what was its total scrap value?
Five, ten or 15-million francs?' Answer this and other questions to light the four corners; complete the middle line and go for the Full House!
Game devised by TERRY MARDELL and DAVID MOORE Lighting PETER WESSON
Sound MICHAEL MCCARTHY Designer PAUL TRERISE
Series producer MARCUS PLANTIN Director DAVID TAYLOR Producer JOHN BISHOP
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A series of 14 programmes starring with and 1: Attack by Ewart Alexander
When DCI Perrin alienates an important witness, he asks Kate to try to retrieve the situation. Can Kate succeed where he has failed?
Series created by Ian Kennedy Martin
Script editor Joan Clark
Designer Tom Yardley Jones Producer Geraint Morris Director Marc Miller
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Inspector Kate Longton:
Sergeant Joseph Beck:
Sergeant George Parrish:
PC Danny Sparks:
PC Brian Kelleher:
Det Chief Inspector Perrin:
Det Sgt Maltby:
Join Paul Daniels for the first of a new series of magic, comedy and audience participation, in which he enlists the assistance of a St Bernard dog, narrates a magical version of The Three Bears, and introduces his special guests.
From the USA, the distinguished magician Norm Nielsen with his superb musical magic. From Great Britain, the sensational strongman Samson resisting the strain of a complete tug-of-war team. With a special guest appearance by Bernie Winters featuring
Musical director KEN JONES
Programme associate ALI BONGO
Technical consultant GIL LEANEY Sound MALCOLM JOHNSON
Lighting WARWICK FIELDING Designer MARTIN COLLINS Director GEOFF MILES
Produced by JOHN FISHER
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with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
George C. Scott Karl Maiden
'All real Americans lovel the sting of battle.' Such was the belief of General George S. Patton , one of the greatest and most controversial military leaders of World War II, a man dedicated to war and the need to win.
In this highly acclaimed epic, George C. Scott plays Patton, a part for which he was awarded - and refused - an Oscar.
Tunis, 1943. Rommel's Afrika Corps continually defeat the Americans until the arrival of General Patton, who achieves results through his disciplinarian methods.
Working with his old friend
General Omar N. Bradley , this experience foreshadows
Patton's spectacular victories in the battles for Sicily,
France and Czechoslovakia, as well as the frequent clashes with his superiors that ultimately led to his dismissal.
Screenplay by FRANCIS FORD
COPPOLA and EDMUND H. NORTH
Based on material from the books Patton: Ordeal and Triumph by LADISLAS FARAGO and A Soldier's Story by OMAR N. BRADLEY
Produced by FRANK MCCARTHY
Directed by FRANKLIN J. SCHAFFNER
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General Omar N.
General George S Patton Jr:
Field Marshal Sir Bernard Law Montgomery:
Brigadier General Hobart Carver:
General Bradley's driver:
Lt Col Henry Davenport:
Field Marshal Erwin Rommel:
Twenty years after 'The house of the rising sun', the original Animals played together again in a 50-concert tour across
North America, the Far East and Europe before returning to home audiences in Britain. The last concert in this exclusive tour was recorded for BBC television.
Eric Burdon (vocals)
Alan Price (keyboards) Chas Chandler (bass)
Hilton Valentine (guitar) John Steel (drums) With ZOOT MONEY
(additional keyboards) PAT CRUMLY (saxophone)
SIMON MORTON (percussion) STEVE GRANT (lead guitar)
Produced by LAURENCE VULLIAMY