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This series of films for the very young tells how Mary lives with her parents at the top of a tall block of flats in a busy town. Her friends are Mungo, her wise old dog, and Midge, a very inquisitive mouse.

(Colour)

Contributors

Narration:
Richard Baker
Narration:
Isabel Ryan
Filmed by:
Bura and Hardwick
Music:
Johnny Pearson
Script:
Daphne Jones
Pictures, animation, and production:
John Ryan

A weekly series introduced by Johnny Morris
The World of Animals
In the wild, in the zoo, at home-a magazine of stories about animals constantly illustrating their own kind of magic.
(from BBC South and West)
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Johnny Morris
Director:
George Inger
Producer:
Douglas Thomas

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

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

Contributors

Writer:
Allan Prior
Script Editor:
P.J. Hammond
Designer:
Christine Ruscoe
Producer:
Ron Craddock
Director:
Philip Dale
Jack Rossall:
Reginald Marsh
Sgt Lynch:
James Ellis
Det-Sgt Stone:
John Slater
PC Quilley:
Douglas Fielding
PC Newcombe:
Bernard Holley
PC Bannerman:
Paul Angelis
Mrs Appleton:
Betty Baskcomb
Doris:
Nicola Davies
Boy:
Christopher Gray
Male Berry:
Christian Rodska
Mick Berry:
Rodney Goodall

Now in its sixth series
What's new today for those interested in tomorrow
Introduced by Raymond Baxter with James Burke
Discoveries, developments, trends - a weekly report on the critical and fast-changing world of science, medicine, and technology

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Raymond Baxter
Reporter:
James Burke
Producer:
Peter Bruce
Producer:
Gordon Thomas
Producer:
Andrew Wiseman
Editor:
Michael Latham

Harry Worth in a new series written by Ronnie Taylor
featuring Victor Maddern as Nutter

A job worth doing is worth doing well, but if Harry Worth happens to be doing the job - watch out for the occupational hazards.

(Colour)

Contributors

Writer:
Ronnie Taylor
Music:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Design:
Tim Harvey
Producer:
Douglas Argent
Himself:
Harry Worth
Nutter:
Victor Maddern
Coles:
Arthur Pentelow
Winters:
John Baskcomb
Miss Trimmins:
Jan Holden
Benson:
Gordon Peters
Miss Fuller:
Elizabeth Benson

Starring Cilla Black
Special guest Henry Mancini
with Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden, Graham Chapman
Guest star Sandie Shaw

Tonight Cilla is joined by another of Britain's best girl singers - Sandie Shaw. Sandie will be singing a track from her new LP Reviewing the Situation as well as a duet with Cilla. Another duet partner will be Henry Mancini who will be sharing one of his best-known songs, Moon River, with Cilla.
The comedy comes from Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden, and Graham Chapman whose Top of the Form sketch was one of the most popular items in the last Cilla series.
(Colour)

Contributors

Singer/presenter:
Cilla Black
Pianist:
Henry Mancini
Comedian:
Tim Brooke-Taylor
Comedian:
Graeme Garden
Comedian:
Graham Chapman
Singers:
Sandie Shaw
Vocal Backing:
The Breakaways
Choreography:
Nita Howard
Musical direction and special arrangements:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Lighting:
Sam Barclay
Sound:
Adrian Bishop-Laggett
Costume:
Rupert Jarvis
Design:
Jeremy Davies
Script:
Ronnie Taylor
Production:
Michael Hurll

For years now, people have been reporting the death-throes of the English village - dying crafts, shrinking population, loss of amenities. But the personalities that make the English village such a unique community are alive and well... and living (among other places) in Peasenhall.

Peasenhall is a village of 550 people - a straggle of houses lost in the fields of East Suffolk. It's not a particularly pretty village, and the last time most people heard of it was in 1902 when a young housemaid was murdered there - still a daily topic of conversation in the village.

It sounds sleepy enough. But in fact, Peasenhall is alive with vivid personalities who talk about their involvement with the village and its changing way of life with nostalgia, humour, and occasional bitterness.
There are the miller, the blacksmith, the farming vicar, the poacher, the gamekeeper, and the undertaker.
Robert Dougall, the narrator, lives in Suffolk, only a few miles from Peasenhall.
(An everyday story of countryfolk: page 9)
(Colour)

Contributors

Narrator:
Robert Dougall
Producer:
David Gerrard

'The Master' is 70 today!
This evening he is entertained by 300 of his friends in the theatrical profession at a dinner in his honour at the Savoy Hotel, London
Speakers
Earl Mountbatten of Burma; Sir Laurence Olivier; Noel Coward
In the chair, Lord Nugent
The programme is introduced by Richard Attenborough, Chairman of the Actors Charitable Trust
'The world has treated me very well -but then I haven't treated it so badly either.
'...every day now is a dividend, and there is still so much I want to do... but my life up to now has left me with no persistent regrets of any kind. I don't look back in anger, nor indeed, in anything approaching mild rage; I rather look back in pleasure and amusement'

(Colour)

Contributors

Speaker:
Earl Mountbatten of Burma
Speaker:
Sir Laurence Olivier
Speaker:
Noel Coward
Presenter:
Richard Attenborough
Commentator:
Sheridan Morley
Presented for television by:
John Vernon

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
Editor:
Anthony Smith

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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