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: Open University

7.10 Migratory Patterns of Plaice
7.35 Evolution: Adaptive Radiation
8.0 Philosophy: The External World

: The Saturday Picture Show

Mark Curry and Maggie Philbin welcome the weekend with more cartoons, pop music, guests and reports from the mobile picture unit. Star guests in the studio,
Adam Ant and Rolf Harris. Cartoons include Popeye, Bullwinkle J. Moose and Battle of the Planets. Plus lots of competitions, videos and a pop profile from Gary Da vies.
Mark says, 'Maggie will be riding out in the Scottish borders with David Steel , mp. 1
Producers TONY HARRISON MARTIN HUGHES
Editor DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Curry
Unknown: Maggie Philbin
Unknown: Adam Ant
Unknown: Rolf Harris.
Unknown: Bullwinkle J. Moose
Unknown: David Steel
Producers: Tony Harrison
Producers: Martin Hughes
Editor: David Brown

: Grandstand

see panel including at
1.0 pm News Summary Weather News
MICHAEL FISH

: News

with Jan Leeming Weather News

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: The New Adventures of Wonder Woman

starring and Diana Prince with Screaming Javelins
Several of America's leading college athletes disappear in baffling circumstances, but Wonder Woman is soon on the trail of the vainglorious Marion Mariposa, whose bizarre scheme to gain recognition for his private
'kingdom' hardly conforms to the Olympic ideal!
Written by BRIAN MCKAY
Directed by MICHAEL CAFFEY
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Contributors

Unknown: Diana Prince
Written By: Brian McKay
Directed By: Michael Caffey
Wonder Woman: Lynda Carter
Major Steve Trevor: Lyle Waggoner
Mariposa: Henry Gibson
Bo Taggart: Robert Sampson
Tom: Rick Springfield
Nadia: Melanie Chartoff
Lois: E J Peaker

: Fantastic Voyage

starring
Stephen Boyd Raquel Welch
Donald Pleasence When a defecting scientist is shot in the head before he can reveal vital secrets, only the very latest surgical technique can be used to save him. A special team, in a submarine, is miniaturised and injected into the patient's bloodstream.
Will they reach the brain through the body in time, or will sabotage or marauding antibodies foil the operation?
Screenplay by HARRY KLEINER Produced by SAUL DAVID
Directed by RICHARD FLFISCHER
● IN THE PICTURE: page 18
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Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Boyd
Unknown: Raquel Welch
Unknown: Donald Pleasence
Unknown: Harry Kleiner
Produced By: Saul David
Directed By: Richard Flfischer
Grant: Stephen Boyd
Cora Peterson: Raquel Welch
Gen Carter: Edmond O'Brien
Dr Michaels: Donald Pleasence
Col Reid: Arthur O'Connell
Captain Bill Owens: William Redfield
Dr Duval: Arthur Kennedy
Jan Benes: Jan Del Val
Communications aide: Barry Coe
Secret Service man: Ken Scott
Nurse: Shelby Grant
Technician: James Brolin
Wireless operator: Brendan Fitzgerald

: Dynasty

The Will
Determined to have Tom Carrington acknowledge her as his daughter, Dominique insists on joining Blake on the trip to see 'their' dying father. Alexis's arrival in Sumatra threatens to light the fuse on an already explosive situation, but developments will ensure that the warring factions will be reunited into one big family ... but a happy one?
Written by NOREEN STONE Directed by NANCY MALONE
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Contributors

Written By: Noreen Stone
Directed By: Nancy Malone
Blake: John Forsythe
Krystle: Linda Evans
Alexis: Joan Collins
Jeff: John James
Adam: Gordon Thomson
Steven: Jack Coleman
Claudia: Pamela Bellwood
Dex: Michael Nader
Dominique: Diahann Carroll
Amanda: Catherine Oxenberg
Tom Carrington: Harry Andrews
Luke: Wm Oliver Campbell
Nicole: Susan Scannell

: News and Sport

with Jan Leeming Weather News

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Wimbledon 85

Match of the Day
Introduced by DESMOND LYNAM Highlights of this afternoon's action as week one draws to a close, plus all the day's other news from GERALD WILLIAMS. Editor JOHN ROWUNSON

Contributors

Introduced By: Desmond Lynam
Unknown: Gerald Williams.
Editor: John Rowunson

: The Ordeal of Dr Mudd

starring
Dennis Weaver
Susan Sullivan
The true story of Dr Samuel Mudd who unknowingly helped the injured assassin of presIdent Lincoln - an actor named John Wilkes Booth. In the frantic aftermath to the murder Mudd was arrested and sentenced to life imprisonment on Shark's Island - a notorious penitentiary.
His incredible ordeal and the attempt by his lawyer and wife to save him from a living death form the basis of this made-for-television film. It is a testament to the incredible strength of a man who was posthumously exonerated over 100 years later by President Carter.
Sceenplay by MICHAEL BERK and DOUGLAS SCHWARTZ
Produced by DOUGLAS SCHWARTZ and MICHAEL BERK
Directed by PAUL WENDKOS
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Contributors

Unknown: Dennis Weaver
Unknown: Susan Sullivan
Unknown: Dr Samuel Mudd
Unknown: John Wilkes Booth.
Play By: Michael Berk
Unknown: Douglas Schwartz
Produced By: Douglas Schwartz
Unknown: Michael Berk
Directed By: Paul Wendkos
Sam Mudd: Dennis Weaver
Francis Mudd: Susan Sullivan
Edwin Stanton: Richard Dysart
Captain Murdock: Michael McGuire
George Grenfell: Nigel Davenport
General Ewing: Arthur Hill
Thorpe: Larry Larson
Ellen Stanton: Mary Nell Santacroce
Nathaniel: Clarence Thomas
John Wilkes Booth: Bill Gribble
Herrold: Luke Halpin
Judge Holt: Lawrence Montaigne
President Johnson: Bill Hindman
Boone: Stuart Culpepper
Zachary: Kentstephens

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