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: Play School: Dressing-Up Day

Today's story "Patrick": written and illustrated by Quentin Blake

(Repeated on BBC1 at 4.15 pm)


Writer/Illustrator (Patrick): Quentin Blake
Presenter: Julie Stevens
Presenter: Brian Cant

: Closedown

: Medicine Today: Case Conference on Anaemia

A monthly series for doctors.


Producer: David Allen
Series Editor: Michael Garrod

: Closedown

: Newsroom

with Peter Woods


Newsreader: Peter Woods

: International Golf: The Best 18: Tony Jacklin v Arnold Palmer

The final six holes of this exciting match Tony Jacklin (GB) v Arnold Palmer (USA)
After playing 12 of the outstanding holes on Britain's classic seaside links, Jacklin is one under par, Palmer even par.

The 6th at Royal Birkdale: 440 yards, par 4.
The 17th at Royal Lytham: 463 yards, par 4.
The High-Hole-In at St Andrews: 170 yards, par 3.
The 15th at Royal Birkdale: 536 yards, par 5.
The 6th at Carnoustie: 565 yards, par 5.
The 'Postage Stamp' at Troon: 125 yards, par 3.



Golfer: Tony Jacklin
Golfer: Arnold Palmer
Commentator: Henry Longhurst
Producer: Phil Pilley

: Wheelbase

Barrie Gill and Gordon Wilkins cover the world of motoring with Maxwell Boyd, Michael Frostick and Judith Jackson.
Tonight Lord Stokes says how Britain can beat the foreign car. The woman driver of the year gives her views on men.
Graham Hill and John Surtees go Grand Prix racing with a family saloon on the French Riviera.
(Now, a TV watchdog: page 3)


Presenter: Barrie Gill
Presenter: Gordon Wilkins
Reporter: Maxwell Boyd
Reporter: Michael Frostick
Reporter: Judith Jackson
Interviewee: Lord Stokes
Driver: Graham Hill
Driver: John Surtees
Director: Tony Salmon
Director: Chris Berry
Producer: John Mills
Editor: Brian Robins

: The Oscars: Come Back, Little Sheba

A season of films featuring the Oscar-winning performances of some of Hollywood's greatest stars.
[Starring] Shirley Booth
also starring Burt Lancaster
with Terry Moore, Richard Jaeckel

The Delaneys are a middle-aged couple living frustrated and lonely lives in a small American town. The uneasy equilibrium of the household is disturbed when an attractive girl student rents a room.
For Shirley Booth, the part of the maddening and pathetic Lola Delaney brought her the 1952 Best Performance by an Actress Academy Award to add to the laurels she had already received for her performance in the original Broadway play.
(This Week's Films: page 9)


Producer: Hal Wallis
Director: Daniel Mann
Doc Delaney: Burt Lancaster
Lola Delaney: Shirley Booth
Marie Buckholder: Terry Moore
Turk Fisher: Richard Jaeckel
Ed Anderson: Philip Ober
Elmo Huston: Edwin Max
Mrs Coffman: Lisa Golm
Bruce: Walter Kelley
Postman: Paul McVey

: News on 2

and Weather

: The Old Grey Whistle Test

Looks at the news, the views and the sounds of today's music.
In the studio, America and Lesley Duncan, with any guests who may appear.
Richard Williams previews the NFT Celluloid Rock Festival starting tomorrow.
(BBC2 People: page 4)


Musicians: America
Musician: Lesley Duncan
Presenter: Richard Williams
Director: Colin Strong
Producer: Michael Appleton

Blog posts that mention this programme:

Pop TV - From Hit Parade to Later... 15 February 2017
Sunday Post: The Rock 'n' Roll Years 13 September 2015

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