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[Starring] Peter Graves as Jim Phelps
with Leonard Nimoy as Paris, Greg Morris as Barney, Peter Lupus as Willy

This week: Blast
The signal success of solving the mystery of the radio message which was never sent.

Contributors

Jim Phelps:
Peter Graves
Paris:
Leonard Nimoy
Barney:
Greg Morris
Willy:
Peter Lupus
Dana:
Lesley Warren
Gregory Tolan:
Henry Darrow
Klinger:
Kevin Hagen
Sheels:
Larry Haddon

Robert Robinson takes a look at November 1952.
General Eisenhower was elected President of the United States. Senator McCarthy's Communist witch-hunt intensified. In England demands for the flogging of criminals and even the reintroduction of the stocks abounded.

Contributors

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

Bachelor Father: A Man's Man About the House
Written by Richard Waring

Suggested by the life-story of Peter Lloyd Jeffcock
Starring Ian Carmichael
with Joan Hickson, Donald Morley

The children persuade Peter to enter for a local cake-baking competition.

and
Ian Carmichael's Cinema
Ian Carmichael talks to Michael Aspel about his career, on playing Bertie Wooster again and how a painting helped him obtain his first top film role.
He also chooses scenes from five film musicals including a memorable performance by Maurice Chevalier and an exhilarating dance by Fred Astaire.

(Colour)

Contributors

Writer (Bachelor Father):
Richard Waring
Suggested by the life-story of (Bachelor Father):
Peter Lloyd Jeffcock
Signature Music (Bachelor Father):
Eric Rogers
Incidental Music (Bachelor Father):
Dennis Wilson
Designer (Bachelor Father):
Roger Liminton
Producer (Bachelor Father):
Graeme Muir
Peter Lamb:
Ian Carmichael
Mrs Pugsley:
Joan Hickson
Mr Watson:
Donald Morley
Interviewee (Ian Carmichael's Cinema):
Ian Carmichael
Interviewer (Ian Carmichael's Cinema):
Michael Aspel
Designer (Ian Carmichael's Cinema):
Kenneth Lawson
Director (Ian Carmichael's Cinema):
Peggy Walker
Producer (Ian Carmichael's Cinema):
John Buttery

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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