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: Open University

7.10 East Anglian Coast
7.35 The Islands of Hawaii
8.0 A Cancer in the Family

: 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.
In the studio Michael Sundin talks about his part in the new film "Return to Oz". Gary Davies presents a pop profile of some of the best new bands. Cartoons include "Popeye", "Battle of the Planets", "Bullwinkle" and "Top Cat".
Lots of competitions, pop-in guests and Maggie learns how to make colourful shirts. Mark says, 'We visited some of our Belgian viewers and brought back some super films.'
(BBC Manchester)


Presenter: Mark Curry
Presenter: Maggie Philbin
Presenter: Gary Davies
Guest: Michael Sundin
Producer: Tony Harrison
Producer: Martin Hughes
Editor: David Brown

: Grandstand

see panel including at
1.0 News Summary Weather News

: News

with Jan Leeming Weather News


Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Terry and June

by Terry Ravenscroft
Starring Terry Scott and June Whitfield
(Ceefax subtitles)


Writer: Terry Ravenscroft
Designer: Rosemary Hester
Produced and directed by: Peter Whitmore
Terry: Terry Scott
June: June Whitfield
Tarquin: Allan Cuthbertson
Melinda: Diana King

: Aces High

Malcolm McDowell
Christopher Plummer Simon Ward
October 1917 - a Royal Flying Corps squadron somewhere in France.
The latest recruit to this most dangerous of assignments is Stephen Croft , who finds the small group of officers under intolerable strain. This spectacular film set at the height of World War I interweaves memorable action sequences with the dramatic story of men at war. The screenplay is based on R. c. SHERRIFF'S classic play, Journey's End.
Screenplay by HOWARD BARKER Produced by s. BENJAMIN FISZ Directed by JACK GOLD
0 FILMS: page 17


Unknown: Malcolm McDowell
Unknown: Christopher Plummer
Unknown: Simon Ward
Unknown: Stephen Croft
Unknown: Howard Barker
Produced By: S. Benjamin Fisz
Directed By: Jack Gold
Gresham: Malcolm McDowell
SINCLAIR: Christopher Plummer
Crawford: Simon Ward
Croft: Peter Firth
Thompson: David Wood
Headmaster: John Gielgud
Silkin: Trevor Howard
Lyle: Richard Johnson
Brigadier Whale: Ray Milland
Roberts: Christopher Blake
Beckenauer: Gilles Béhat
Wade: Elliott Cooper
Bennett: David Daker
Joyce: Barry Jackson
Ponnelle: Jacques Maury
Eliot: Ron Pember
Stoppard: Tim Pigott-Smith
French singer: Jeanne Patou

: The Val Doonican Music Show

The fourth in a series of six programmes with music, new and nostalgic, and entertainment for all the family, starring Val Doonican with his guests Nana Mouskouri, Roger Whittaker, Rolf Harris
Also featuring Val Stokes, Miriam Stockley, Tracey Miller, Nick Curtis, Ken Barrie, Danny Street


Musical director: Ronnie Hazlehurst
Musical associate: Roger Richards
Written by: Barry Cryer
Written by: Val Doonican
Costume designer: Les Lansdown
Sound: Mike Felton
Lighting Director: Ken MacGregor
Designer: John Anderson
Producer: Yvonne Littlewood
Star/singer: Val Doonican
Guest/singer: Nana Mouskouri
Guest/singer: Roger Whittaker
Guest/entertainer: Rolf Harris
Performer: Val Stokes
Performer: Miriam Stockley
Performer: Tracey Miller
Performer: Nick Curtis
Performer: Ken Barrie
Performer: Danny Street

: News and Sport

with Jan Leeming Weather News


Unknown: Jan Leeming

: Live Aid for Africa

The second part of Live Aid for Africa.
BBC 1 10.0 pm-4.0* am
Live Aid for Africa
Turn to BBC1 for the rest of the music, live from the USA and star interviews from a night club in London's West End.
The running order is
Tom Petty
The Cars
Kenny Loggins
Neil Young
Power Station
Eric Clapton
Phil Collins, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and Paul Martinez
Duran Duran
Patti Labelle
Hall and Oates, The Temptations
Mick Jagger and Tina Turner
Bob Dylan
and Finale
During the day Janice Long, Richard Skinner, David Hepworth, Andy Batten Foster, Mike Smith, Mark Ellen, Andy Kershaw, Steve Blacknell, Paul Gambaccini and guest presenters will be at Wembley keeping in touch with the fund-raising and talking to the many stars and performers there.


Sound: John Caulfield
Engineering manager: Mike Hill
Engineering manager: Stan Snape
Producer: John Burrowes
Producer: Trevor Dann
Concert director: Tom Corcoran
Concert director: David G. Croft
Concert director: John G. Smith

: * am Weather

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