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2.5 Science all Around: Paper
Introduced by Fergus O'Kelly
[Repeat]

2.30 Going to Work: What the Eye Doesn't See
A play for discussion by John Tully

2.55 People of Many Lands: Nebraskan Winter
About an American cattle farmer and his family on the High Plains of the USA.
Commentary by Tim Slessor
[Repeat]

3.20 20th-century Focus: Marriage and Divorce: 2: When we are Married
What are the problems fared by young married couples today? Has the marriage scene changed its character in the 20th century?
Introduced by Michael Aspel
with Professor O. R. McGregor
[Repeat]

Contributors

Presenter (Science all Around):
Fergus O'Kelly
Producer (Science all Around):
Michael Coyle
Writer (Going to Work):
John Tully
Producer (Going to Work):
Paul Mitchell
Narrator (People of Many Lands):
Tim Slessor
Producer (People of Many Lands):
Peggie Broadhead
Presenter (20th-century Focus):
Michael Aspel
Guest (20th-century Focus):
Professor O. R. McGregor
Producer (20th-century Focus):
John Miller

Wendy Wood tells Border Stories
The border country of Scotland is full of stories first told long ago by wandering storytellers. The stories were of many different kinds. Funny, sad, and true stories about fairies, magic and wizards.
Wendy Wood returns to Jackanory to tell some of these stories.

Contributors

Storyteller:
Wendy Wood

with Valerie Singleton, John Noakes, Peter Purves

Contributors

Presenter:
Valerie Singleton
Presenter:
John Noakes
Presenter:
Peter Purves
Producer:
Edward Barnes
Producer:
Rosemary Gill
Editor:
Biddy Baxter

by Rex Tucker

Imprisoned in the French headquarters of spymaster Latouche, Belwether and Lamb have been told of a plan to assassinate Nelson and have made a desperate bid to escape.

Contributors

Writer:
Rex Tucker
Script editor:
Kenneth Poolman
Music composed and conducted by:
Dudley Simpson
Designer:
Christopher Thompson
Producer:
John McRae
Director:
Michael Ferguson
Capt Julius Belwether, RN:
Jonathan Adams
Lt Simon Lamb, RN:
Paul Grist
Blanchard:
Leslie Bryant
Brady:
Derrick Slater
Gaston:
Graham Tonbridge
Mme La Comtesse Dominique de Valencay:
Athene Fielding
French Lieutenant:
Peter Moore
Louis Rene Lavassoir Latouche:
John Abineri

by James Doran
Starring John Slater, Derek Waring
with Paul Angelis, Douglas Fielding and Bernard Holley

A woman is found dead. The police get a description of the man responsible, then his name: Gleeson... the Crown's witness for a similar murder eight years ago.
(For cast list see Tuesday, page 37)

Contributors

Writer:
James Doran
Producer:
Richard Beynon
Director:
Tony Wickert
PC Bannerman:
Paul Angelis
PC Newcombe:
Bernard Holley
Det-Insp Goss:
Derek Waring
Det-Sgt Stone:
John Slater
PC Quilley:
Douglas Fielding

featuring song, music, and comedy and the best from the world of entertainment
starring Andy Williams and this week's guests:
The Smothers Brothers, Judy Collins, Gary Puckett and the Union Gap, The Osmond Brothers
The current series of Andy Williams Shows is one of the most star-spangled anywhere on TV. The emphasis is on youth, says Andy. "We are going to have more young people and more rock groups."
Many of his stars are performers who made their name on British TV - like Rolf Harris, Mary Hopkin, and Dusty Springfield.
But the giants of American humour aren't being ignored. Next week Jimmy Durante is a guest and later on Bob Hope.
(Colour)

Contributors

Singer/presenter:
Andy Williams
Comedians/musicians:
The Smothers Brothers
Singer:
Judy Collins
Band:
Gary Puckett and the Union Gap
Singers:
The Osmond Brothers
Producer:
Allan Blye
Producer:
Chris Beard

People, places, and problems that matter most to Britain and the world introduced by Robin Day with Panorama reporters Michael Charlton, Richard Kershaw, Robert MacNeil, Julian Pettifer

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Robin Day
Reporter:
Michael Charlton
Reporter:
Richard Kershaw
Reporter:
Robert MacNeil
Reporter:
Julian Pettifer
Editor:
Brian Wenham

by Charlotte Bingham and Terence Brady
[Starring] Liza Goddard as Victoria, Susan Jameson as Kate, Angela Down as Avril

The third play in the series, the first about Victoria, a born loser but with talent and hopes - and a mean father.

(Colour)

Contributors

Writer:
Charlotte Bingham
Writer:
Terence Brady
Script Editor:
Ann Scott
Designer:
Roger Andrews
Producer:
Michael Hayes
Director:
Mark Cullingham
Victoria:
Liza Goddard
Kate:
Susan Jameson
Avril:
Angela Down
Nanny:
Margery Mason
Mrs Fairleigh:
Jean Harvey
Mr Edgecombe:
David Langton
Edward:
David Savile
Ralph:
Jeremy Child
Sheila:
Daphne Thompson
Antonia:
Maria Aitken
Reggie:
David Rowlands
Derek:
Robert Wilde
Children:
Joanne Gorman
Children:
Keith Berriman

Presented all this week by Kenneth Allsop with the latest news in pictures and with on-the-spot reports by Linda Blandford, Bernard Falk, David Lomax, Fyfe Robertson and Denis Tuohy and special contributions from Keith Kyle and Robert McKenzie
(Women in Love: page 6)
(Colour)

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
Producer of the week:
John Dekker
Editor:
Anthony Smith

Products - ideas - techniques.
'The only way to have your products known is to travel... a sentiment often expressed, but how often practised?
A film unit tonight follows a marketing executive from London to Milan, Turin and Paris. What is it like to be in the salesman's hot seat? The language barrier... Common Market... delivery dates. Are business life and social life the same or separate?
(Colour)

Contributors

Commentary:
Colin Riach
Production:
Christopher Riley
Production:
Marcus Davidson

A series of management problems for you to solve

A component supplier goes bankrupt: what happens to production while you find another supplier?
Introduced by Robert Robinson

Closedown

Contributors

Presenter:
Robert Robinson
Director:
William Woollard
Producer:
Paul Ellis

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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