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Adrian Rendle looks in on the back-stage staff who are busy getting the set up and discusses with them some of the problems they come up against.
With John Dorsett, Joe Aveline and members of the Teddington Theatre Club.
First shown last Sunday
(to 12.30)

Contributors

Presenter:
Adrian Rendle
Guest:
John Dorsett
Guest:
Joe Aveline
Producer:
Victor Poole

See panel

Today's Timetable:

12.55 Moto-cross

1.15 F.A. Cup preview

1.35 Moto-cross

1.50 Racing

2.10 Swimming

2.20 Racing

2.40 Swimming

2.50 Racing

3.10 Rugby League

3.25 Moto-cross

3.45 Rugby League

4.30 Swimming

4.55 Results Service

While it is hoped to keep to the above timings, they may be altered by events

by Paul Erickson and Lesley Scott
An adventure in space and time
Starring William Hartnell as Dr. Who
with Peter Purves, Jackie Lane

Dr. Who, Steven, and Dodo find themselves in a strange jungle.
See facing page

Contributors

Writer:
Paul Erickson
Writer:
Lesley Scott
Title Music:
Ron Grainer with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Incidental Music:
Tristram Cary
Designer:
Barry Newbery
Producer:
John Wiles
Director:
Michael Imison
Dr. Who:
William Hartnell
Dodo:
Jackie Lane
Steven:
Peter Purves
Commander:
Eric Elliott
Zentos:
Inigo Jackson
Manyak:
Roy Spencer
Mellium:
Kate Newman
First Monoid:
Edmund Coulter
Second Monoid:
Frank George

A new disc - a Hit or a Miss?
Comments and opinions on the latest pop releases.
This week's panel Eric Burdon, Malou Pantera, Gene Pitney, Briony Newton
In the chair, David Jacobs

Contributors

Panellist:
Eric Burdon
Panellist:
Malou Pantera
Panellist:
Gene Pitney
Panellist:
Briony Newton
Chairman:
David Jacobs
Programme devised by:
Peter Potter
Presentation:
Travers Thorneloe

Written by Gerald Kelsey.
A series created by Ted Willis.
Starring Jack Warner

Alice Leggett is old, lonely - but tough. Suddenly she vanishes without trace.

Contributors

Writer:
Gerald Kelsey
Series created by:
Ted Willis
Director:
Robin Nash
Production:
Ronald Marsh
George Dixon:
Jack Warner
Mrs. Leggett:
Thora Hird
A boy:
Michael Craze
Stan East:
Peter Hempson
Alec Law:
Jeffrey Shankley
Station-Sgt. Cooper:
Duncan Lamont
Dr. Bishop:
Brian Badcoe
P.C. Burton:
Peter Thornton
Det.-Sgt. Andy Crawford:
Peter Byrne
A woman:
Constance Merigold
Alf Stubbings:
Harry Fowler
Mrs. Rudd:
Barbara Mitchell
Mrs. East:
Maureen Pryor
Det.-Con. Lauderdale:
Geoffrey Adams
Mrs. Blay:
Betty England
Postman:
Michael Stainton
P.C. Bryant:
Ronald Bridges
W.P.C. Shirley Palmer:
Anne Carroll
P.C. Swain:
Robert Arnold
Mrs. Tate:
Joy Stewart
W.P.C. Betty Williams:
Jean Dallas
Rita Stubbings:
Ann Mitchell
Mrs. Nelson:
Ann Kennedy

Written and directed by Alan Le May.
Tonight's film: High Lonesome
stars John Drew Barrymore, Chill Wills

Contributors

Writer/Director:
Alan Le May
Producer:
George Templeton
Cooncat:
John Drew Barrymore
Boatwhistle:
Chill Wills
Meagan:
Lois Butler
Abby:
Kristine Miller
Pat Farrell:
John Archer
Horse Davis:
Basil Ruysdael
The Smiling Man:
Jack Elam
Roper:
Dave Kashner
Frank:
Frank Cordell
Dixie:
Clem Fuller

A comedy film series.
Starring Elizabeth Montgomery as Samantha, Dick York as Darrin

The Magic Cabin ...in which a dilapidated shack seems like a millionaire's retreat.

Contributors

Samantha:
Elizabeth Montgomery
Darrin:
Dick York
Larry Tate:
David White
Charles MacBain:
Peter Duryea
Alice MacBain:
Beryl Hammond
Secretary:
Sharon de Bord

from the C.L.T. Studios at the Villa Louvigny, Luxembourg.
The international final to decide the best new European popular song of the year.
Josiane Shen introduces the programme.
Singers:
Margot Eskens (Germany), Ulla Pia (Denmark), Tonia (Belgium), Michele Torr (Luxembourg), Berta Ambroz (Yugoslavia), Ase Kleveland (Norway), Ann Christine (Finland), Madalena Iglesias (Portugal), Udo Jurgens (Austria), Lili Lindfors and Swante Thuresson (Sweden), Raphael (Spain), Madeleine Pascal (Switzerland),
Tereza (Monaco), Domenico Modugno (Italy), Dominique Walter (France), Milly Scott (Netherlands), Dickie Rock (Ireland), Kenneth Mckellar (United Kingdom)
The C.L.T. Orchestra
Conducted by Jean Roderes
Les Haricots Rouges
The United Kingdom entry "A Man Without Love"
written by Cyril Ornadel and Peter Callander
Sung by Kenneth McKellar

Scene described by David Jacobs.
Produced by Jos Pauly and Rene Steichen of Compagnie Luxembourgeoise de Telediffusion

Contributors

Presenter:
Josiane Shen
Singer (Germany):
Margot Eskens
Singer (Denmark):
Ulla Pia
Singer (Belgium):
null Tonia
Singer (Luxembourg):
Michele Torr
Singer (Yugoslavia):
Berta Ambroz
Singer (Norway):
Ase Kleveland
Singer (Finland):
Ann Christine
Singer (Portugal):
Madalena Iglesias
Singer (Austria):
Udo Jurgens
Singer (Sweden):
Lili Lindfors
Singer (Sweden):
Swante Thuresson
Singer (Spain):
null Raphael
Singer (Switzerland):
Madeleine Pascal
Singer (Monaco):
null Tereza
Singer (Italy):
Domenico Modugno
Singer (France):
Dominique Walter
Singer (Netherlands):
Milly Scott
Singer (Ireland):
Dickie Rock
Singer (United Kingdom):
Kenneth Mckellar
Musicians:
The C.L.T. Orchestra
Orchestra conducted by:
Jean Roderes
Musicians:
Les Haricots Rouges
Songwriter (United Kingdom entry):
Cyril Ornadel
Songwriter (United Kingdom entry):
Peter Callander
Orchestra conducted by (United Kingdom entry):
Harry Rabinowitz
Commentator:
David Jacobs
Producer:
Jos Pauly
Producer:
Rene Steichen
on BBC One London

No connection with any other enterprise trading under a similar name.
[Starring] John Bird, Robert Robinson
with Lynda Baron, David Battley and Roy Dotrice
Guest, David Kernan
(Lynda Baron is appearing in "Fatal Fascination" at the Talk of the Town Theatre Restaurant, London)

Contributors

Presenter/Performer:
John Bird
Presenter:
Robert Robinson
Performer:
Lynda Baron
Performer:
David Battley
Performer:
Roy Dotrice
Guest:
David Kernan
Dancer:
Ivan Baptie
Dancer:
Lindsay Dolan
Dancer:
Bob Howe
Dancer:
Rene Sartoris
Choreographer:
Irving Davies
Musical Director:
Dave Lee
Associate Producer:
John Duncan
Director:
Darrol Blake
Producer:
Ned Sherrin

BBC One London

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BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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