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Noise! Adventure! Glitter!
Today's edition includes:
'Skayn'
with the voices of Sheelagh McGrath, Gordon Clyde, Anthony Jackson
and pictures by Leslie Caswell
On the trampoline: The Tumblairs

Contributors

Voices (Skayn):
Sheelagh McGrath
Voices (Skayn):
Gordon Clyde
Voices (Skayn):
Anthony Jackson
Pictures (Skayn):
Leslie Caswell
Trampolinists:
The Tumblairs
Zokko! music:
Brian Fahey
Animations:
Ted Lewis
Animations:
Malcolm Draper
Director:
Paul Ciani
Producer:
Molly Cox

Today's Timetable
12.55 Football Preview
1.5 Fight of the Week
1.20 Racing
1.35 Rugby Union Preview
1.50 Racing
2.5 Swimming
2.25 Racing
2.40 Swimming
2.55 Rugby Union: Scotland v. Australia
4.25 Swimming
4.40 Teleprinter
4.45 Swimming
4.55 Results Service
Classified football results, Racing results, Rugby Union, and Rugby League results
These timings may be altered by events

Regional Variations (2)

Doctor Who

Season 6

The Invasion

Episode 1

Duration: 25 minutes

on BBC One West

The TARDIS lands in London where the Doctor, Jamie and Zoe agree to help find Isobel Watkins' missing uncle. Show more

Written by Gerald Kelsey

A series created by Ted Willis
starring Jack Warner

Half-past four in the afternoon. Children are out of school. Some gather on a demolition site to play: among them, Janet Dean.

Contributors

Writer:
Gerald Kelsey
Series creator:
Ted Willis
Design:
Anthony Thorpe
Director:
Douglas Argent
Production:
Ronald Marsh
George Dixon:
Jack Warner
Sam Stubbings:
Jack Woolgar
First boy:
Brian Lloyd
Second boy:
John Hicks
Janet Dean:
Sylvestra Le Touzel
Mrs. Dean:
Patricia Denys
Mrs. Gray:
Queenie Watts
Mrs. Owen:
Anne Clune
Mrs. Pope:
Jeanne Mockford
Mrs. Saunders:
Corinne Skinner
Mr. Smith:
James Appleby
Sgt. Wills:
Nicholas Donnelly
P.C. Swain:
Robert Arnold
Det.-Sgt. Andy Crawford:
Peter Byrne
Giles:
Murray Evans
W.P.C. Sally Reed:
Jenny Logan
Mrs. Stubbings:
Sheila Raynor
Vera:
Magda Miller
Hunt:
Tommy Godfrey
George Dean:
Colin Rix
Det.-Con. Pearson:
Joe Dunlop
Helen Crouch:
Joan Crane

starring Val Doonican
with special guests, Wayne Newton, Jim Dale, The Corries
and The Gojos, The Adam Singers

A real mixed bag in Val's show tonight-comedy in Jim Dale's inimitable manner, and music in folksy style from The Corries and from America's Wayne Newton.

Contributors

Singer/Presenter/Special material:
Val Doonican
Singer:
Wayne Newton
Comedian:
Jim Dale
Folk band:
The Corries
Dancers:
The Gojos
Singers:
The Adam Singers
Singers directed by:
Cliff Adams
Orchestra conducted by/Orchestrations:
Peter Knight
Orchestra leader:
Henry Datyner
Special material:
John Law
Dance direction:
Jo Cook
Design:
Roger Cheveley
Producer:
John Ammonds

Feature films with suspense, danger, excitement
starring James Stewart
with Lee Remick, Ben Gazzara

An army lieutenant is held for the murder of a bartender and the small-town lawyer responsible for his defence has to use all his guile to combat the formidable case built up by the prosecution.
Based on a best-selling novel by Robert Traver, the film is produced and directed by Otto Preminger, one of Hollywood's most consistently successful and intelligent directors of recent years.

Contributors

Screenplay:
Wendell Mayes
Based on the book by:
Robert Traver
Produced and directed by:
Otto Preminger
Paul Biegler:
James Stewart
Laura Manion:
Lee Remick
Lt. Frederick Manion:
Ben Gazzara
Parnell McCarthy:
Arthur O'Connell
Maida:
Eve Arden
Mary Pilant:
Kathryn Grant
Judge Weaver:
Joseph N. Welch
Mitch Lodwick:
Brooks West
Claude Dancer:
George C. Scott
Alphonse Paquette:
Murray Hamilton

The world's most popular jazz pianist
accompanied by Ike Isaacs, Jose Mangual, Jimmy Smith
Introduced by Benny Green
Erroll Garner appears by arrangement with Harold Davison

Contributors

Pianist:
Erroll Garner
Guitarist:
Ike Isaacs
Percussionist:
Jose Mangual
Organist:
Jimmy Smith
Presenter:
Benny Green
Design:
John Burrowes
Producer:
Michael Hurll

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