Programme Index

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Pay back, rate of return, DFC? How can capital projects be assessed?
Introduced by Graham Turner
(Book: page 15)

Contributors

Presenter:
Graham Turner
Dramatist:
Roger Dixon
Producer:
Paul Ellis
John Marsh:
Harvey Hall
Jack Hardy:
Raymond Mason
Sam Howell:
Ivan Beavis
Jean Wilkins:
Alethea Charlton
Mr Olson:
Walter Swash
Mr Fryksand:
Reg Whitehead
Miss Goodhew:
Peggy Shields

2.5-2.30 The Private Life of the Robin
[Repeat]
(Colour)

3.35 Twentieth Century Focus: The Young Unemployed
A film made on Teesside about the unemployment problem and how and why it is affecting young people.

Contributors

Narrator (The Private Life of the Robin):
Hugh Falkus
Filmed by (The Private Life of the Robin):
Ronald Eastman
Filmed by (The Private Life of the Robin):
Rosemary Eastman
Devised and produced by (The Private Life of the Robin):
Suzanne Gibbs
Series producer (The Private Life of the Robin):
Jeffery Boswall
Series producer (Twentieth Century Focus):
Gordon Croton

Regional Variations (2)

Heddiw

BBC One Wales

A contest in speed and wits
Introduced by Robert Robinson
This is the first programme in the Semi-Finals, both families having won their previous rounds.
The Hillam Family from Sunderland, County Durham v The Carvel Family from Edinburgh

Contributors

Presenter:
Robert Robinson
Contestants:
The Hillam Family
Contestants:
The Carvel Family
Director:
Patricia Wood
Producer:
Cecil Korer

by Allan Prior
Starring James Ellis, John Slater, John Collin, Derek Waring
with Douglas Fielding, Jack Carr

Bookie Ray Dawson is attacked - but denies it. Haggar intends to find out why...
(for cast see Tuesday, page 36)

Contributors

Writer:
Allan Prior
Script editor:
Tony Holland
Designer:
Peter Brachacki
Producer:
Ron Craddock
Director:
Julia Smith
PC Quilley:
Douglas Fielding
PC Covill:
Jack Carr
Det-Sgt Haggar:
John Collin
Det-Sgt Stone:
John Slater
Sgt Lynch:
James Ellis
Det-Insp Goss:
Derek Waring

Regional Variations (2)

A comedy series written by Charles Laurence
starring
Sheila Hancock as Claire Love
Donald Houston as Harry Love
and Liz Edmiston as Jenny Love
featuring Lally Bowers as Lady Bunting

Claire finds herself entertaining a rather unusual guest in her efforts to raise money for charity.

(Colour)

Contributors

Writer:
Charles Laurence
Costumes:
Delphine Griffith
Make-up:
Sylvia James
Lighting:
Geoff Shaw
Composer:
Dennis Wilson
Designer:
Roger Liminton
Producer:
Sydney Lotterby
Claire Love:
Sheila Hancock
Harry Love:
Donald Houston
Jenny Love:
Liz Edmiston
Lady Bunting:
Lally Bowers
[Actress]:
Ruth Kettlewell
[Actor]:
Gordon Peters

Television's top reporters close in on the topics of the day Michael Charlton, Nicholas Harman, Alan Hart, Richard Kershaw, Julian Pettifer
Introduced by Robin Day

"I am very unhappy about the coverage given by some programmes like Panorama." (John Taylor: Minister of State for Home Affairs NI)
"Panorama and 24 Hours are generally very good. They get past some kind of influence at local level." (Fr Padraig Murphy, Corpus Christi Church, Bally-murphy)
Two views on the BBC in action in Belfast in our special colour report on pages 65-71

(Colour)

Contributors

Reporter:
Michael Charlton
Reporter:
Nicholas Harman
Reporter:
Alan Hart
Reporter:
Richard Kershaw
Reporter:
Julian Pettifer
Presenter:
Robin Day
Assistant Editor:
David Harrison
Editor:
Frank Smith

by John Lucarotti
[Starring] Geoffrey Keen and John Carson
with Wanda Ventham, Anna Matisse

Weekends are for taking off. It's a nice thought. But men like Stead and Langley can't always separate their private lives from their business.

Contributors

Writer:
John Lucarotti
Series created by:
John Elliot
Designer:
Tim Gleeson
Associate Producer:
Michael Glynn
Producer:
Anthony Read
Director:
Frank Cox
Britte Langley:
Anna Matisse
James Langley:
John Carson
Waiter:
Maurice Quick
Brian Stead:
Geoffrey Keen
Tom Hart:
Donald Douglas
Moira Hart:
Wanda Ventham
Sven:
Ingo Mogendorf
Ole:
David Landon
Estate agent:
Giles Phibbs
Emma Hart:
Emma Read
Amelia Hart:
Amelia Read
Driver:
Derek Martin
Policeman:
Edwin Brown
Mr Weatherow:
Anthony Collin
Doctor:
Kenneth Keeling

Regional Variations (2)

Castles in the Air: Falkland Palace

BBC One Scotland

by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson
Starring Wilfrid Brambell as Albert Steptoe, Harry H Corbett as Harold Steptoe

This week: Pot Black
with George Tovey, Patrick Milner, Alf Mangan, Bert Rogers

Contributors

Writer:
Ray Galton
Writer:
Alan Simpson
Snooker sequences:
Sydney Lee
Music:
Dennis Wilson
From an original theme:
Ron Grainer
Design:
Austin Ruddy
Design:
David Chandler
Producer:
Duncan Wood
Albert Steptoe:
Wilfrid Brambell
Harold Steptoe:
Harry H Corbett
Delivery Man:
George Tovey
[Actor]:
Patrick Milner
[Actor]:
Alf Mangan
[Actor]:
Bert Rogers

Presented all this week by David Dimbleby with the latest news in pictures and with on-the-spot reports by Bernard Falk, Max Hastings, James Hogg, David Lomax, Tom Mangold, Barrie Penrose and David Taylor with special contributions from Keith Kyle and Robert McKenzie

Contributors

Presenter:
David Dimbleby
Reporter:
Bernard Falk
Reporter:
Max Hastings
Reporter:
James Hogg
Reporter:
David Lomax
Reporter:
Tom Mangold
Reporter:
Barrie Penrose
Reporter:
David Taylor
Special Contributions:
Keith Kyle
Special Contributions:
Robert McKenzie
Producer of the Day:
Gordon Watts
Editor:
Peter Pagnamenta

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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