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The pick of the British golfers, including the 1969 Open Champion, face the best team the USA can field over a three-day match at Royal Birkdale, Southport
Introduced by Harry Carpenter

Alfie, the man who knows the course at Royal Birkdale backwards; page 11

Contributors

Presenter:
Harry Carpenter
Commentator:
Henry Longhurst
Commentator:
Peter Thomson
Commentator:
Peter Alliss
Television presentation:
Nick Hunter
Television presentation:
Bill Malcolm
Television presentation:
Don Sayer
Producer:
Ray Lakeland

by E. Nesbit
Dramatised in seven parts by Denis Constanduros.

Bobbie, Peter and Phyl have saved a train from being wrecked. Perks has told them that there is to be an official vote of thanks.

6: The Rescue, in which a boy is injured during a paper chase and trapped in a tunnel. Bobbie, Peter and Phyl go and try to rescue him but a train is approaching...

Contributors

Author:
E. Nesbit
Dramatised by:
Denis Constanduros
Designer:
Oliver Bayldon
Producer:
Campbell Logan
Director:
Julia Smith
Mother:
Ann Castle
Bobbie:
Jenny Agutter
Peter:
Neil McDermott
Phyllis:
Gillian Bailey
Perks:
Gordon Gostelow
Station-Master:
Brian Hayes
Old Gentleman:
Joseph O'Conor
Jim:
Christopher Witty

The facts, the people, the background of the nation's capital the news, features, opinions of the country at large co-ordinated by Michael Barratt from BBC studios throughout the United Kingdom

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Barratt
Reporter:
Robert Langley
Reporter:
Lyn Lewis
Reporter:
Jack Pizzey
Reporter:
Philip Tibenham
Editor:
Derrick Amoore

Langley and Arnold discover a flaw in the plans for developing the Slack. The 50th anniversary edition of the Angleton Advertiser is eagerly anticipated. Amelia's visit to London becomes common knowledge.
(from BBC Midlands)

Contributors

Serial devised by:
Colin Morris
Story by:
John Cresswell
Script:
Bob Stuart
Producer:
Bill Sellars
Director:
Islwyn Evans
Mrs Heenan:
Vanda Godsell
Robert Malcolm:
Conrad Phillips
Julie Robertson:
Deborah Watling
Mr Bannister:
Martin Boddey
Amelia Huntley:
Naomi Chance
Vi Young:
Tanya Trude
Vera Harker:
June Bland
Tanet Cooper:
Sandra Payne
Gran Hamilton:
Gladys Henson
Arnold Tripp:
Gerald Cross
Jeff Langley:
Michael Collins
Jimmy Harker:
David Janson
Bert Harker:
Robert Brown
Olivia Robertson:
Mary Kenton
Michael Robertson:
Robert Bartlett
Adrian Robertson:
Paul Bartlett
Hugh Robertson:
Jack Watling
Sydney Huxley:
Anthony Verner
Lance Cooper:
Raymond Hunt

from Athens
Introduced by Frank Bough

David Coleman, Ron Pickering and Norris McWhirter report direct from the Karaiskakis Stadium on more outstanding events on the third day of the Championships, including

Men's Long Jump Final
Lynn Davies, former Olympic Champion, defends the European title he won in Belgrade four years ago

Men's 400 metres Hurdles Final
In the absence of David Hemery, the Olympic Gold Medallist, Britain's best hope is the surprise Bronze Medallist John Sherwood

Women's 400 metres Final

Women's 800 metres Final
Lillian Board, Britain's 'silver girl' in Mexico with hopes of being the 'golden girl' in Athens

The ones we've got to beat: page 10

Contributors

Presenter:
Frank Bough
Commentator:
David Coleman
Commentator:
Ron Pickering
Commentator:
Norris McWhirter
Athlete:
Lynn Davies
Athlete:
John Sherwood
Athlete:
Lillian Board
Production Team:
Alan Mouncer
Production Team:
Ian Smith
Production Team:
Michael Dolbear
Production Team:
Brian Venner
Editor:
Alan Hart

by Allan Prior
[Starring] Stratford Johns as Det Chief Supt Barlow, Frank Windsor as Det Chief Inspector Watt, Norman Bowler as Detective Sergeant Hawkins
with John Barron as ACC Gilbert

Barlow is enjoying a pint at the pub when Watt's girl-friend, Dr Jean Morrow, tells him about an old lady who has been brutally attacked for the sake of a few pounds. Jean's story shocks Barlow into involving the squad in immediate action.

Contributors

Writer:
Allan Prior
Script editor:
Arnold Yarrow
Designer:
Bryan Ellis
Producer:
Leonard Lewis
Director:
Peter Cregeen
Det Chief Supt Barlow:
Stratford Johns
Det Chief Inspector Watt:
Frank Windsor
Detective Sergeant Hawkins:
Norman Bowler
ACC Gilbert:
John Barron
Ambulance man:
Esmond Webb
Jean Morrow:
Gay Hamilton
PC Lyle:
John McKelvey
Det-Sgt Rogers:
Roger Rowland
Nurse Jonas:
Jumoke Debayo
Mrs Masters:
Susan Richards
Mrs Wood:
Moira Lynd
Ron Wood:
Raymond Platt
'Bomb' Clayton:
Malcolm Patton

Written by Len Barnett
A film series from Canada that stars John Vernon as Dr Steve Wojeck, a tough, hard-hitting big-city coroner who fights for what he believes in

A busy community going about its business on a glorious sunny day does not realise that it is threatened by a deadly infection - botulism, from contaminated food. Wojeck must move fast to find the source.

Contributors

Writer:
Len Barnett
Director:
Peter Carter
Dr Steve Wojeck:
John Vernon
Marty Wojeck:
Patricia Collins
Arnie Bateman:
Ted Follows
Sgt Byron James:
Carl Banas

Cliff Michelmore meets two ex-communists, one American, one Russian

Film producer Carl Foreman was born in Chicago. A self-admitted ex-communist, his sympathies were unacceptable to Hollywood and Washington, and 17 years ago he turned his back on America and settled in London.
Tibor Szamuely, nephew of the notorious Hungarian communist leader of the same name, was born in Moscow and defected to Britain five years ago. He, too, has settled in London and is a supporter of the Tory party

Contributors

Presenter:
Cliff Michelmore
Subject:
Carl Foreman
Subject:
Tibor Szamuely
Producer:
John Morrell

Presented all this week by Kenneth Allsop with on-the-spot reports by Linda Blandford, Bernard Falk, David Lomax, Fyfe Robertson and Denis Tuohy and special contributions from Keith Kyle, Robert McKenzie and Olivier Todd including a round-up of the day's news in pictures

11.5 The Liberal Party Assembly at The Dome, Brighton
Highlights of the day's debates

Contributors

Presenter:
Kenneth Allsop
Reporter:
Linda Blandford
Reporter:
Bernard Falk
Reporter:
David Lomax
Reporter:
Fyfe Robertson
Reporter:
Denis Tuohy
Reporter:
Keith Kyle
Reporter:
Robert McKenzie
Reporter:
Olivier Todd
Commentator (The Liberal Party Assembly):
Robin Day
Commentator (The Liberal Party Assembly):
Alan Watson

A course in drawing and observation in which Ian Simpson invites you to join the studio group and make your own drawing. He says: 'Supposing you want to draw your dog or your cat! An important aspect of an animal is its fur and this means experimenting with "texture"'
(first shown on BBC2)

Closedown

Contributors

Presenter:
Ian Simpson

BBC One London

About BBC One

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

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