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Joseph O'Conor tells The Night-Watchmen by Helen Cresswell with pictures by Gareth Fwyd
Henry met Josh and Caleb in the park. They looked like tramps, but there was obviously something very unusual about them. 'You've got Here, and you've got There. We're from There,' explained Josh.
'And where's There?' asked Henry.
'Ah,' said Josh, ' You'd have to take the night train to find out. And that you'll never do because you belong Here.'

Contributors

Author:
Helen Cresswell
Pictures:
Gareth Fwyd
Storyteller:
Joseph O'Conor

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 Janet McNeill
Adapted for television by John Tully

The children of Dove Square find 'the secret place,' and discover it is less secret than they thought.

Contributors

Author:
Janet McNeill
Adapted by:
John Tully
Music:
Jonathan Cohen
Designer:
Oliver Bayldon
Producer:
Dorothea Brooking
Mr Ricardo:
Ritchie Stewart
Mr Taffe, owner of the launderette:
Robert Mooney
The Flint Twins:
David Littleton
The Flint Twins:
Kenneth Littleton
Ma Flint:
Jean Challis
Mr Lumba:
James Fuller
Sidney, his son:
Norman Sweeney
Madge:
Caroline North
Henry:
Stephen Brassett
'The Trailer,' Henry's brother:
David Tully
Matt:
Stephen Shipp
Mrs McGinley, Matt's mother:
Beth Boyd
Maudie, Madge's weird cousin:
Anna Scher
Jane:
Brigid Erin Bates
Gwen, Jane's sister:
Linda Haddock
Probation Officer:
Evan Ross
Eddie:
Peter Newby
Dan-Boy:
Drew Wood
Miss Harrison:
Gillian Maude
Henry's aunt:
Anthea Holloway
Alf:
James Hall
Bert:
Charles Collingwood

by Allan Prior
starring James Ellis, John Slater
with Paul Angelis, Douglas Fielding and Bernard Holley

A shopkeeper decides to take the law into his own hands, because he feels that police protection of his property is inadequate. But how far can such a man go...?
(for cast list see Tuesday, page 32)

Contributors

Writer:
Allan Prior
Producer:
Ron Craddock
Director:
Philip Dale
Sgt Lynch:
James Ellis
Det-Sgt Stone:
John Slater
PC Quilley:
Douglas Fielding
PC Newcombe:
Bernard Holley
PC Bannerman:
Paul Angelis

featuring song, music, and comedy and the best from the world of entertainment starring Andy Williams and this week's guests Mary Hopkin, Jo Anne Worley, Jonathan Winters, Loadstone and The Osmond Brothers

(Colour)

Contributors

Singer/presenter:
Andy Williams
Singer:
Mary Hopkin
Guest:
Jo Anne Worley
Comedian:
Jonathan Winters
Band:
null Loadstone
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 Julia Jones
[Starring] Angela Down as Avril, Liza Goddard as Victoria, Susan Jameson as Kate

The second of Avril's plays. A successful secretary, and a chance to move up - but what sort of a job is it really, and what will it turn her into?

(Colour)

Contributors

Writer:
Julia Jones
Music:
The Pentangle
Script Editor:
Ann Scott
Designer:
John Wood
Designer:
John Cooper
Producer:
Michael Hayes
Director:
John Matthews
Avril:
Angela Down
Victoria:
Liza Goddard
Kate:
Susan Jameson
Miss Hart:
Jane Hylton
Edwin:
Christopher Mitchell
Mr Micklewright:
John Scott
Boot:
Frederick Hall
Typist:
Sandra Shipley
Aeneas:
David Osborne
Elocution teacher:
Angela Rea
Lady in art class:
Elaine Mitchell

An interlude with music by Noel Coward
Starring Dora Bryan, Bruce Forsyth, Cyril Cusack, Anthony Quayle and Edith Evans
(Bruce Forsyth is in 'Birds of a Feather' at the Piccadilly Theatre London)
(Enjoy yourself as much as possible: page 15)
(Colour)

Contributors

Writer:
Noel Coward
Musical numbers arranged by:
John Heawood
Musical director:
Dennis Wilson
Make-up:
Pamela Burns
Wardrobe:
Raymond Hughes
Designer:
Brian Tregidden
Producer:
Michael Mills
Lily Pepper:
Dora Bryan
George Pepper:
Bruce Forsyth
Bert Bentley, the musical director:
Cyril Cusack
Mr Edwards, the theatre manager:
Anthony Quayle
Mabel Grace, an actress:
Edith Evans
Alf, the callboy:
Freddie Foot

A daily look at what matters in the news and out of it
Presented all this week by David Dimbleby with the latest news in pictures and with on-the-spot reports by Linda Blandford, Bernard Falk, David Lomax, Tom Mangold,
Fyfe Robertson, Denis Tuohy and special contributions from Keith Kyle and Robert McKenzie
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
David Dimbleby
Reporter:
Linda Blandford
Reporter:
Bernard Falk
Reporter:
David Lomax
Reporter:
Tom Mangold
Reporter:
Fyfe Robertson
Reporter:
Denis Tuohy
Reporter:
Keith Kyle
Reporter:
Robert McKenzie
Producer of the week:
David Harrison
Editor:
Anthony Smith

Spotlight on the export drive
Britain is the home of the thoroughbred racehorse. At current prices for big-race winners, British horses can, quite literally, be worth their weight in gold - which makes racing not just a sport but an industry. But there's a paradox. As another season of horse-sales gets under way the big question is 'are we too successful at exporting?'
(Postponed from 24 November)
(Colour)

Contributors

Reporter:
Michael Purton
Production:
David Darlow
Production:
Christopher Riley

A series of management problems for you to solve

A re-elected shop steward has been rejected by the company management. What should the Union's District Secretary do?
Introduced by Robert Robinson
With Richard O'Brien, John Brodrick, Jock MacRae, Derek Gladwin

Closedown

Contributors

Presenter:
Robert Robinson
Speaker:
Richard O'Brien
Speaker:
John Brodrick
Speaker:
Jock MacRae
Speaker:
Derek Gladwin
Director:
William Woollard
Producer:
Paul Ellis
Arthur Hicks:
Anthony Woodruff

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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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