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: Saturday Western: Fort Utah

starring
John Ireland, Virginia Mayo with Scott Brady , John Russell
As a result of a chance meeting with an old friend, a footloose drifter finds himself leading the defence of Fort Utah when a renegade ex-trooper and his followers set Indians on the war-path.
Director LESLEY SELANDER Films: page 11

Contributors

Unknown: Virginia Mayo
Unknown: Scott Brady
Unknown: John Russell
Director: Lesley Selander
Tom Horn: John Ireland
Linda Lee: Virginia Mayo
Dajin: Scott Brady
Eli Jonas: John Russell
Ben Stokes: Robert Strauss
Bo Greer: James Craig
Sam Tyler: Richard Arlen
Scarecrow: Jim Davis
Harris: Donald Barry
Britches: Harry Lauter
Cavalry Lieutenant: Read Morgan
Rafe: Reg Parton
Shirt: Erir Cony

: ChicoandtheMan

A comedy film series starring Jack Albertson as Ed and Freddie Prinze as Chico with Scatman
Crothers Louie 's Retirement
Louie has planned to enjoy his retirement, but soon becomes bored with nothing to do and spends all his time at the garage. That is until Ed's patience is exhausted.

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Albertson
Unknown: Freddie Prinze
Unknown: Crothers Louie

: Play Away

starring Brian Cant with Toni Arthur , Jonathan Cohen Spike Heatley , Alan Rushton and today's guests
James Ellis , James Simmons
Brian and Company visit the Ulster Museum in Belfast.
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Film editor KEN BILTON Producer ANN REAY

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Cant
Unknown: Toni Arthur
Unknown: Jonathan Cohen
Unknown: Spike Heatley
Unknown: Alan Rushton
Unknown: James Ellis
Unknown: James Simmons
Director: Jonathan Cohen
Editor: Ken Bilton
Producer: Ann Reay

: The Money Programme

International Money Mart

: International Tennis

The Commercial Union Masters from Stockholm: the Semi-Finals
The leading eight players in the Grand Prix series have qualified to appear in the Masters Tournament, known as the Championship of Champions.
During the week two pools of players have competed to earn places in this afternoon's semi-finals. Commentators in Stockholm
DAN MASKELL and JACK KRAMER
Producer RICHARD TILLING
A SVERIGE-RADIO presentation

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Kramer
Producer: Richard Tilling

: Westminster

A closer look at the politicians. tactics and progress of Parliament. Presented by PETER HILL
Editor JOHN ANDERSON

Contributors

Presented By: Peter Hill
Editor: John Anderson

: Open Door

Take Five Girls

: Rugby Special

Scotland v Australia Introduced by NIGEL STARMER-SMITH
These two sides last met in Sydney in 1970 when Australia won by 23 points to 3. and the memory should spur on the Scots. For the Australian captain JOHN HIPWELL , success today would set the tourists well on the way to achieving his ambition of winning all the Tests in the British Isles.
Commentator BILL MCLAREN
Director HILL MALCOLM
Series producer BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Introduced By: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Unknown: John Hipwell
Commentator: Bill McLaren
Director: Hill Malcolm
Producer: Bill Taylor

: News and Sport

Weather

: Network

From BBC North: Brass Roots
From the series that looked at the grass roofs world of Yorkshire brass bands, the music and musicians of tomorrow with THE YORKSHIRE SCHOOLS BAND Conductor DENIS CARR
Introduced by John Dunn
Producer CHRIS WRIGHT
Series co-ordinator FRANK GILLARD

Contributors

Conductor: Denis Carr
Introduced By: John Dunn
Producer: Chris Wright
Unknown: Frank Gillard

: The Human Conspiracy

The lifelong interaction in which humans make humans - shaping one another's behaviour for good or ill. In this major report, leading scientists around the world offer surprising new insights into our everyday lives.
Written by NIGEL CALDER
Introduced by Caroline Medawar with occasional assistance from Ron Moody and SIMON COADY , JONATHAN BURN
STEPHANIE FAYERMAN , PAULA TINKER Research on behaviour begins to converge on a clearer picture of human virtues and vices. Exploring the richness of human life involves many different skills - to understand, for instance, how each person's genetic and cultural inheritance react together. A new interpretation of evolution emphasises human capacities for altruism and co-operation. But the benign conspiracy has sinister undertones -for the loyalty and comradeship that sustain each person and his society may also lead to conflict between groups.
Commentary spoken by Eric Porter
Film editor CHRIS WOOLLEY Studio lighting JOHN GREEN
Assistant producer MARTIN FREETH Studio director BRIAN JOHNSON Producer ALEC NISBETT

Contributors

Written By: Nigel Calder
Introduced By: Caroline Medawar
Unknown: Simon Coady
Unknown: Jonathan Burn
Unknown: Stephanie Fayerman
Unknown: Paula Tinker
Spoken By: Eric Porter
Editor: Chris Woolley
Producer: Martin Freeth
Director: Brian Johnson
Producer: Alec Nisbett

: Centre Play

Brent Geese by TERENCE WHEELER
The wild, lonely Kent coast. A last gathering of old friends, for Professor Griffiths has never seen a Brent. But who made the mistake of inviting his pet hate, the rebellious student leader?
Sound SIMON WILSON
Film cameraman NAT CROSBY Film editor TONY WOOLLARD Producer ANNE HEAD
Director JOHN GLENISTER

Contributors

Unknown: Terence Wheeler
Unknown: Simon Wilson
Unknown: Nat Crosby
Editor: Tony Woollard
Producer: Anne Head
Director: John Glenister
Ernie: John Blain
Reg: Michael Barrington
Guy: Michael Burrell
Griffiths: Artro Morris
Sean: John Crocker
Doug: Roy Holder

: Open Door

Tonight's programme is the 100th contribution to BBC2's access television series. Tribunal by JAMES MORAN
' This is a story that started In January 1974 - the three-day working week. It started in Bradford but it could have been anywhere. It's a story about money, the kind of money nobody wants, unemployment benefit. It should have been a simple story but it isnU. It's a story about the system, the system called bureaucracy.'
Most of the people in this drama act themselves. All of them are workers from Bradford.
Made by the public In co-operation with the BBC's Community Programme Unit

Contributors

Unknown: James Moran

: News on 2

Weather

: Midnight Movie: Seven Days to Noon

starring Barry Jones
Olive Sloane , Sheila Manahan
When the Prime Minister receives a letter, signed by an eminent nuclear scientist, threatening to blow up Parliament, it is at first dismissed as a hoax. But then the scientist disappears - and a bomb that could devastate London is stolen. Tension mounts rapidly in the desperate search to find both scientist and bomb before the seven days time limit runs out.
Producers and directors ROY BOULTING and JOHN BOULTING Films: page 11

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Jones
Unknown: Olive Sloane
Unknown: Sheila Manahan
Directors: Roy Boulting
Directors: John Boulting
Professor Willingdon: Barry Jones
Goldie: Olive Sloane
Supt Folland: André Morell
Ann Willingdon: Sheila Manahan
Stephen Lane: Hugh Cross
Mrs Peckett: Joan Hickson
Prime Minister: Ronald Adam








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