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Dilip Kumar talks to Mahendra Kaul about his involvement in the film industry in the developing parts of the East - how he got his screen name -what he is like today-how stardom has affected his life.
(from Birmingham; shown on Sunday)

Contributors

Interviewee:
Dilip Kumar
Interviewer:
Mahendra Kaul

Written by Dick Sharples
Starring John Barrie, Richard Leech, Justine Lord, Barry Justice with Irene Hamilton
Guest stars Jessica Dunning, Harold Goodwin

Dr McNeal lunches with Dr Somers and reports on her holiday. Dr Conrad visits a new patient with puzzling symptoms.

Contributors

Writer:
Dick Sharples
Molly Dolan:
Lynda Marchal
Dr Bill Conrad:
Barry Justice
Dr John Somers:
John Barrie
Mrs Lipska:
June Bland
Jim Power:
Harold Goodwin
Nora Power:
Jessica Dunning
Jo Hayman:
Elaine Mileham
Dr Roger Hayman:
Richard Leech
Dr Liz McNeal:
Justine Lord
Louise Hayman:
Irene Hamilton
Sister Baker:
Elaine Wells
Jerry Farrell:
Anthony Hall
TV newsreader:
Michael Smee

Introduced by Raymond Baxter with James Burke
A weekly report on the swiftly changing world of science, technology and medicine

Contributors

Presenter:
Raymond Baxter
Presenter:
James Burke
Reporter:
John Parry
Producer:
Brian Johnson
Producer:
John Weiley
Producer:
Andrew Wiseman
Producer:
Lawrence Wade

Written by Ronnie Taylor
[Starring Harry Worth]
featuring Glynn Edwards as Jack Robson, Anthony Sagar as Ted Wrigley, Norman Scace as Mr Lawson

Contributors

Writer:
Ronnie Taylor
Music:
Alan Braden
Design:
Colin Green
Producer:
Douglas Argent
Himself:
Harry Worth
Jack Robson:
Glynn Edwards
Ted Wrigley:
Anthony Sagar
Mr Lawson:
Norman Scace
Walter Smedley:
Michael Wynne
Miss Glover:
Hilary Mason
Miss Goodwin:
Sally Goldie

Led by Peter Graves as Jim Phelps, Martin Landau as Rollin Hand, Greg Morris as Barney, Peter Lupus as Willy, Barbara Bain as Cinnamon

This week: Doomsday
Barney gets a lift out of an explosive situation.

Contributors

Jim Phelps:
Peter Graves
Rollin Hand:
Martin Landau
Barney:
Greg Morris
Willy:
Peter Lupus
Cinnamon:
Barbara Bain
Vandaam:
Alf Kjellin
Kura:
Arthur Batanides
Thorgen:
Wesley Lau

by Peter Terson
with Richard O'Callaghan as Fowler, John Le Mesurier as Judge Grayson

The 'Pilgrim's Progress' of a young, rather naive, train-spotter on a weekend excursion on a vintage train.
"An unusual fable of growing up, told in a series of haunting episodes and related with tenderness and care." (Stanley Reynolds, The Guardian)

Contributors

Writer:
Peter Terson
Designer:
Derek Dodd
Producer:
Irene Shubik
Director:
Alan Clarke
Fowler:
Richard O'Callaghan
Judge Grayson:
John Le Mesurier
Farquhar:
Paul Brooke
Smith:
Iain Reid
McCullow:
Robert Hartley
Corporal:
John Owens
Truculent:
Bill Lyons
Brian:
Laurie Asprey
Blondie:
John Gray
2nd Lt Florence:
Jonathan Burn
Mrs Dyson:
Noel Dyson
Megs:
Claire Davenport
Mr Dyson:
Victor Platt
Adam Coulson:
Joe Gladwin
Jackie Coulson:
Griffith Davis
Ticket man:
John Scott Martin
Beatrice Grayson:
Angela Pleasence
Mrs Grayson:
Shelagh Fraser
The gardener:
Anthony Kelly
Mrs Phillips:
Eileen Way
Mr Phillips:
Toke Townley

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

Contributors

Presenter:
Kenneth Allsop
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:
Tony Summers

Robert Robinson recalls the events of September 1950.

The Government had a majority of six in the Steel Nationalisation Debate, the war in Indo-China escalated, Surrey won the County Championship, Colin Cowdrey (17) played against the West Indies, and Lester Piggott (14) rode his 41st winner. On film, some of the popular radio and television programmes of the year: In Town Tonight, Picture Page, and Much Binding in the Marsh.

A woman threw a brick through a window of Broadcasting House. She told the police: "I felt the BBC wanted livening up a bit. We've been having some lousy programmes lately."

Contributors

Presenter:
Robert Robinson
Director:
Will Wyatt
Producer:
Iain Johnstone

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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