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: Play School

Story: The Anything Book by IRENE COCKROFT Presenters
Carol Chell , Ben Bazell
Pianist PETER PONTZEN Designer BOB STEER
Scripts devised by IRENE COCKROFT Directed by CHRISTINE HEWITT Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Unknown: Carol Chell
Pianist: Ben Bazell
Pianist: Peter Pontzen
Designer: Bob Steer
Unknown: Irene Cockroft
Directed By: Christine Hewitt
Producer: Anne Gobey
Producer: Cynthia Felgate

: Closedown

: Harold Lloyd

The master comedian from the golden age of silent comedy in excerpts from the films that thrilled and entertained a generation. Harold wins a live turkey whilst shopping and faces the problem of getting it home on a crowded streetcar in Hot Water. Then, dodging a persistent land-lady, in Bumping into Broadway, he is hilariously chased by cops raiding a gambling-joint.
Written by PETER DURSTON Produced by BOB HOAG

Contributors

Written By: Peter Durston
Produced By: Bob Hoag

: Monkey

Old Chinese proverb says ' He who mixes Monkey business with pleasure liable end up making people laugh.' As in the bizarre adventures of Tripitaka and his boon companions Monkey, Pigsy and Sandy. Pigsy Woos a Widow
Or how Pigsy got his bottom burned when he turned himself into Tripitaka.
Music by MICKY YOSHINO
Directed by YASUTAKA TANAKA
English adaptation by DAVID WEIR
English version directed by MICHAEL BAKEWELL for WORLD WIDE SOUND LONDON Produced by NTV and KOKUSAI HOEI

Contributors

Music By: Micky Yoshino
Directed By: Yasutaka Tanaka
Directed By: Michael Bakewell
Monkey: Masaaki Sakai
Tripitaka: Masako Natsume
Sandy: Shiro Kishibe
Pigsy: Toshiyuki Nishida

: Delia Smith's Cookery Course

Part 2
A second series of ten programmes presented by DELIA SMITH 13: Stocks and Soups
Home-made soups, says Delia Smith , win hands down over the bought version for flavour and economy, and are not nearly as much bother to make as they sometimes sound. The basis of most soups is a good stock which Delia demonstrates in this programme, and shows how it can give extra special flavour to such - wholesome and comforting soups as French onion and minestrone. ,
Director ERICA GRIFFITHS Producer PETER RIDING

Contributors

Presented By: Delia Smith
Unknown: Delia Smith
Director: Erica Griffiths
Producer: Peter Riding

: The Mid-Evening News

including a news summary with sub-titles for the hard-of-hearing, followed by Weather

: In the Country

Presented by Angela Rippon who each week introduces us to the people, places and wildlife that make life in the country so appealing.
Can the English village continue to offer a future to those who would prefer to earn their living away from our towns and cities? Many of the traditional trades and crafts that we associate with the countryside have gone into decline. How can we create new opportunities?
This week Angela is joined by Phil Drabble , Bernard Price and Gordon Beningfield , to look at some successful rural crafts and industries that have their roots firmly in the countryside - bricks from a farm in Suffolk, briar pipes from Wiltshire, and fishing flies from Devon.
Film cameraman BERNARD HEDGES
Producer ROBIN HELLIER
Series producer PETER CRAWFORD

Contributors

Presented By: Angela Rippon
Unknown: Phil Drabble
Unknown: Bernard Price
Unknown: Gordon Beningfield
Producer: Peter Crawford

: Fulton Mackay in Songs of a Sourdough

by ROBERT SERVICE
Verses from the Gold Rush
' A bunch of the boys were whooping it up in the Malamute saloon....' The characters and the settings of the Last Great Gold Rush. In 1898 the discovery of gold drew to the Klondike adventurers and prospectors from all over the world. After them came a little Scottish bank clerk - Robert Service, who turned the tales of the High North into lively verse. He sold over a million copies of his first book.
This programme, filmed on location in the Yukon, tells the story of the Gold Rush through the eyes of Robert Service, with dramatised scenes of his life, with verse and with the astonishing still photographs taken on the Arctic trails and in the riotous gold towns by the early photographers.
Narrator GORDON PINSENT
Photography KEN WESTBURY, JOHN SEALE Film recordists STAN NIGHTINGALE NORMAN ROSEN
Film editor CHRIS LOVETT Script by ANDREW DAVIES
Executive producer BILL MORTON Producer ANDRÉE MOLYNEUX

Contributors

Narrator: Gordon Pinsent
Unknown: John Seale
Unknown: Stan Nightingale
Unknown: Norman Rosen
Editor: Chris Lovett
Script By: Andrew Davies
Producer: Bill Morton
Robert Service: Fulton MacKay
Sam McGee: Gary Reineke
Cannibal Joe: Barry Morse
Bank manager: Tony Sibbald
Harold: John Ratzenberger

: Pot Black 80

BBC2 Snooker Championship
The fourth frame in the new series for the 1980 Pot Black Trophy, featuring in Group 2: Perrie Mans (South Africa) 1977 Pot Black Champion v Eddie Charlton (Australia) twice Pot Black Champion
EDDIE CHARLTON 'S ninth series and PERRIE MANS 'S third but these two overseas professionals clash for the first time on Pot Black! Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee SYDNEY LEE
Commentator TED LOWE
Director ROY NORTON
Producer REG PERRIN. BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown: Eddie Charlton
Unknown: Eddie Charlton
Unknown: Perrie Mans
Introduced By: Alan Weeks
Commentator: Ted Lowe
Director: Roy Norton
Producer: Reg Perrin.

: International Pro-Celebrity Golf

Lee's Team v Ben's Team for the Marley Trophy
Lee Trevino and Ben Crenshaw , two of America's golf superstars, with their celebrity partners, oppose each other in the fourth match of this series, tonight featuring
Dickie Henderson and Ben Crenshaw v Glyn Houston and Lee Trevino
GLYN HOUSTON, currently appearing in the new BBC1 series Breakaway, is one of television's familiar faces but tonight he makes his screen debut as a golfer. DICKIE HENDERSON returns to the series after a four-year gap.
Introduced by Peter Alliss , from the Gleneagles Hotel golf course.
Television presentation
RICHARD TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT Producer DAVID KENNING

Contributors

Unknown: Ben Crenshaw
Unknown: Dickie Henderson
Unknown: Ben Crenshaw
Unknown: Lee Trevino
Unknown: Dickie Henderson
Introduced By: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Richard Tilling
Unknown: Alastair Scott
Producer: David Kenning

: Sacha

starring Sacha Distel
In this third programme, from the Eurocrest Hotel and Shoppenhangers Manor, Maidenhead, Sacha is joined by Don Lusher (trombone) and the lovely Diane Solomon LAURIE HOLLOWAY SEXTET and ANTHONY VAN LAAST DANCERS
Choreographer ANTHONY VAN LAAST Musical directors
COLIN FRECHTER , LAURIE HOLLOWAY Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE Lighting JOHN MASON
Production assistant simon BETTS Producer KEN GRIFFIN

Contributors

Unknown: Sacha Distel
Unknown: Don Lusher
Unknown: Diane Solomon
Unknown: Laurie Holloway
Dancers: Anthony van Laast
Unknown: Anthony Van
Unknown: Colin Frechter
Unknown: Laurie Holloway
Unknown: John Mason

: Late News

Weather

: * am Friday Night.... Saturday Morning

A way of ending the week with Ned Sherrin , plus music, guests and Quiz of the Week.
Director TONY TYLEY
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER

Contributors

Unknown: Ned Sherrin
Director: Tony Tyley
Producer: Frances Whitaker








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