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9.38 People of Many Lands: Switzerland: life in the Grisons
Introduced by Christopher Trace
(Colour)

10.0 Television Club

10.25-10.45 Llenyddiaeth: Euros Bowen
Y bardd yn trafod gyda Bedwyr Lewis Jones ei farddoniaeth yn gyffredinol, ac yn arbennig y ddwy gan 'Brain' a 'Pan for gwynt'
Cynhyrchydd Elwyn Thomas
(I Ysgolion Cymru: Literature)

11.5-11.25 Scene

11.35 Music Time

Contributors

Presenter (People of Many Lands):
Christopher Trace
Producer (People of Many Lands):
Peggie Broadhead
Unknown:
Bedwyr Lewis Jones
Cynhyrchydd (Llenyddiaeth):
Elwyn Thomas

A comedy adventure series

Featuring Julian Orchard as the toyshop keeper, and Jack Haig as the assistant
with Debbie Russ, Michael Audreson, Peter Firth, Douglas Simmonds, Gillian Bailey, Brinsley Forde, Melvyn Hayes

Contributors

Screenplay:
Peter Miller
Director:
Harry Booth
Producer:
Roy Simpson
Tiger:
Debbie Russ
Brains:
Michael Audreson
Scooper:
Peter Firth
Doughnut:
Douglas Simmonds
Billie:
Gillian Bailey
Spring:
Brinsley Forde
Albert:
Melvyn Hayes
The Toyshop keeper:
Julian Orchard
The Assistant:
Jack Haig

Michael Aspel introduces your television requests.
He'll be talking to a guest from the world of television, and in the studio with him will be a younger viewer to put some of your questions.

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Aspel
Presented by:
Frances Whitaker

Another new tale from the frontier of the Great American West
A film series starring James Drury as The Virginian

Outgunned in the domain of a robber-baron across the border, the Virginian resorts to guile to gain his ends but finds that cunning is not quite enough.

Contributors

The Virginian:
James Drury
Clay Grainger:
John McIntire
Ryker:
Clu Gulager
Winthrop:
Leslie Nielsen
Francoise:
Barbara Bouchet
Gloria:
Kipp Hamilton
Clete:
Willard Sage
The Gunman:
H.M. Wynant

Written by Eric Sykes
Starring Eric Sykes and Hattie Jacques
Special guest Ian Wallace
with Roland McLeod, Eunice Black, Tony Melody, Malcolm Weaver, Roger Carne,
Mary Dickie
(Cover story: page 9)

Contributors

Writer:
Eric Sykes
Musical Direction:
Ken Jones
Costume:
Roger Reece
Make-up:
Penny Bell
Sound:
Larry Goodson
Lighting:
Alan Horne
Design:
Anna Ridley
Director:
Harold Snoad
Producer:
Dennis Main Wilson
Comedian:
Eric Sykes
[Actress]:
Hattie Jacques
Singer:
Ian Wallace
[Actor]:
Roland McLeod
[Actress]:
Eunice Black
[Actor]:
Tony Melody
[Actor]:
Malcolm Weaver
[Actor]:
Roger Carne
[Actress]:
Mary Dickie

David Vine introduces two of the top sporting events of the day.

From France: The Ice Dancing Championship of the World.
In the ice stadium at Lyon, Britain's European bronze medallists Getty and Bradshaw renew their battle with the European and World champions from Russia Pakhomova and Gorshkov. Schwomeyer and Sladky from the USA, and West Germany's Buck and Buck add the edge to the competition.
Television presentation by Don Sayer in collaboration with the French Television Service

From the Royal Albert Hall, London: The Rothmans International Tennis Championships

Rod Laver, John Newcombe, Tony Roche, Tom Okker, Roger Taylor - just some of the names invited to compete in London's most sophisticated tennis setting. The world's leading players compete for £12,500 in prize money, with a record prize to the winner of £3,250. Dan Maskell and Bill Knight describe some of the highlights of the first round of the Men's Singles.

Contributors

Presenter:
David Vine
Commentator (The World Figure Skating Championships):
Alan Weeks
Television presentation (The World Figure Skating Championships):
Don Sayer
Tennis player:
Rod Laver
Tennis player:
John Newcombe
Tennis player:
Tony Roche
Tennis player:
Tom Okker
Tennis player:
Roger Taylor
Commentator (International Lawn Tennis):
Dan Maskell
Commentator (International Lawn Tennis):
Bill Knight
Television presentation (International Lawn Tennis):
Fred Viner
Television presentation (International Lawn Tennis):
Bill Taylor
Producer:
A.P. Wilkinson

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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