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Another hilarious episode in the life of the delectable Debbie Reynolds starring as Debbie Thompson with the family she delights, mystifies and maddens

This week: In the Soup ...and Sis stirs it up!

Contributors

Debbie Thompson:
Debbie Reynolds
Husband Jim:
Don Chastain
Sister Charlotte:
Patricia Smith
Brother-in-law Bob:
Tom Bosley
Nephew Bruce:
Bobby Riha

featuring Show-Jumping
from the All England Jumping Course, Hickstead
Introduced by Frank Bough Wills Parcours de Chasse
The big names of show-jumping compete for a first prize of £100 in this international speed competition over the famous Hickstead fences.

Contributors

Presenter:
Frank Bough
Commentator (Show-Jumping):
Dorian Williams
Commentator (Show-Jumping):
Raymond Brooks-Ward
TV Presentation (Show-Jumping):
Alan Mouncer
TV Presentation (Show-Jumping):
Fred Viner

A united Act of Witness from the steps of St George's Hall
The Lord Bishop of Liverpool The Rt Rev Stuart Blanch
The Archbishop of Liverpool The Most Rev George Andrew Beck
The Chairman of the Liverpool Methodist District The Rev Rex Kissack
with a section of the University of Liverpool Dramatic Society
The Quintillion Folk Group, The Salesian College Band
and members of Liverpool churches

Contributors

Subject:
The Rt Rev Stuart Blanch
Subject:
The Most Rev George Andrew Beck
Subject:
The Rev Rex Kissack
[Actors]:
A section of the University of Liverpool Dramatic Society
Musicians:
The Quintillion Folk Group
Musicians:
The Salesian College Band
Narrator:
John Gregson
Script:
John Farrell
Presented for television by:
Raymond Short

Introduced by Frank Bough

3.5; 4.30* Motor Racing from Oulton Park: The Rothmans Formula One Trophy Race
Former world champions Graham Hill, Denny Hulme, and John Surtees are among the leading drivers who have entered for this special holiday event.

Contributors

Presenter:
Frank Bough
Racing driver:
Graham Hill
Racing driver:
Denny Hulme
Racing driver:
John Surtees
Commentator (Motor Racing):
Murray Walker
TV Presentation (Motor Racing):
Richard Tilling

from Windsor Safari Park

Michael Aspel ...takes a suburban safari through 140 green acres of Berkshire, and en route to meeting the amazing performing dolphins Cookie, Flipper and Smartie and Bubbles the killer whale he encounters free-roaming lions, cheetahs, baboons, elephants, zebras and ostriches.

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Aspel
Production:
Ian Smith
Production:
Douglas Boyd

[Starring] Charlie Chaplin
His famous vintage comedy with Edna Purviance and Eric Campbell

Charlie joins the police force and tames the town terror, despite the help of the Keystone Cops.

Contributors

The Derelict:
Charlie Chaplin
The Mission Worker:
Edna Purviance
The Bully:
Eric Campbell

A special edition of Tomorrow's World
Just 10 years ago, on 12 April 1961, Yuri Gagarin entered history as the first man in space.
Since then so much has happened so fast in the conquest of space, that the average British child today regards the sight of a man in a space-suit bouncing across the surface of the moon as a relative commonplace.
Yet, simply in terms of the size of our own galaxy, our so-called 'conquest of space' is little more than one small step outside our front door. Has it been worth while, and can we ever hope to venture further?
In this special edition of Tomorrow's World James Burke reviews the extraordinary milestones of the first years of the space age, and looks ahead to assess the chance and value of further, bigger steps into the unknown.
To make the film involved Burke and the BBC team in thousands of miles of inner space travel. It includes reports from both the USSR and America. There will also be much Russian space film hitherto unseen in the West.

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
James Burke
Editor:
Lawrence Wade
Producer:
John M. Mansfield

A film series starring James Drury as The Virginian

It's tough on a youngster finding his feet away from home, especially with Trampas watching his errant footsteps!

Contributors

The Virginian:
James Drury
Trampas:
Doug McClure
Kiley Cheever:
Kevin Coughlin
Melissa:
Ellen Moss
Rondell:
John Marley
Moran:
Tom Skerritt
Roy Cheever:
Karl Swenson

Written by Garry Chambers
A new comedy series starring Dick Emery
featuring Keith Smith as the interviewer, Graham Armitage, Gordon Clyde, Myles Hoyle, Raymond Mason

Contributors

Writer:
Garry Chambers
Design:
Anna Ridley
Executive producer:
John Ammonds
Producer:
Colin Charman
Comedian:
Dick Emery
The interviewer:
Keith Smith
[Actor]:
Graham Armitage
[Actor]:
Gordon Clyde
[Actor]:
Myles Hoyle
[Actor]:
Raymond Mason

from Sadler's Wells Opera at the London Coliseum
Michael Flanders introduces Beverly Sills, Marcel Marceau, Gyorgy Cziffra, Ryland Davies
Sadler's Wells Orchestra, leader Barry Collins, conductor Charles Mackerras

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Flanders
Soprano:
Beverly Sills
Mime artist:
Marcel Marceau
Pianist:
Gyorgy Cziffra
Tenor:
Ryland Davies
Musicians:
Sadler's Wells Orchestra
Orchestra leader:
Barry Collins
Conductor:
Charles Mackerras
Chorus Director:
Bowles Bevan
Lighting:
A.E. Oaten
Sound:
Graham Haines
Designer:
Don Taylor
Producer:
Patricia Foy

Paul Newman, Robert Redford, Katharine Ross and director George Roy Hill in a behind-the-scenes look at the filming of the top Western of 1970 - the film that won five awards for its makers and its stars at the recent British Screen Awards in London.

The programme includes sequences from the film and features the hit song 'Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head' sung by B.J. Thomas
(Postponed from 9 March)

Contributors

Subject:
Paul Newman
Subject:
Robert Redford
Subject:
Katharine Ross
Subject:
George Roy Hill
Singer (Raindrops keep fallin' on my head):
B.J. Thomas
Writer/Director:
Robert L. Crawford
Producer/Photography:
Ronald Preissman

In January this year Mother Teresa of Calcutta was the first recipient of the Pope John XXIII Peace Prize. Her Order, the Missionaries of Charity, which she founded 21 years ago, is dedicated to serving the poorest of the poor. This film is a record of five days spent in Calcutta during which Malcolm Muggeridge looked at the work of Mother Teresa and discussed with her the faith which makes it all possible.

(First shown on BBC2)
(Colour)

Contributors

Interviewee:
Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Interviewer:
Malcolm Muggeridge
Producer:
Peter Chafer

BBC One London

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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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