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Why don't you just switch off your television set and go and do something less boring instead?

Presented by Ian Avent, Gregory Baser, Martin Bell, Peter Cook, Hilary Dean, Philip Dean, Katie Faull, Julian Foot, Martyn Fox, Jackie Gazeley, Janet Nooney, Paul Nooney, Nick Patten, Alison Roberts, Marilyn Sevoir, Peter Small, Alison Smith, Helen Thomas and Paul Travill

(If you've got any ideas - Why Don't You write to us at [address removed])

Contributors

Presenter:
Ian Avent
Presenter:
Gregory Baser
Presenter:
Martin Bell
Presenter:
Peter Cook
Presenter:
Hilary Dean
Presenter:
Philip Dean
Presenter:
Katie Faull
Presenter:
Julian Foot
Presenter:
Martyn Fox
Presenter:
Jackie Gazeley
Presenter:
Janet Nooney
Presenter:
Paul Nooney
Presenter:
Nick Patten
Presenter:
Alison Roberts
Presenter:
Marilyn Sevoir
Presenter:
Peter Small
Presenter:
Alison Smith
Presenter:
Helen Thomas
Presenter:
Paul Travill
Designer:
Des Chinn
Producer:
Patrick Dowling

2.15 Crown Decorators' Apprentice Championship Round 12 (Handicap) (11 miles)
2.45 Bentinck Stakes (Handicap) (2 miles 3 furlongs)
3.15 Cowdray Nursery Handicap (6 furlongs)
3.45 Strettington Stakes (Old Mile)

Cricket: Third Test: England v West Indies
Further coverage of the second day's play from Lord's

Contributors

Commentator (Racing):
Julian Wilson
Commentator (Racing):
Clive Graham
Television Presentation (Racing):
Dennis Monger

An animal adventure series starring Marshall Thompson as Dr. Marsh Tracy, Cheryl Miller as Paula Tracy, Yale Summers as Jack Dane
with Hedley Mattingly and Hari Rhodes
aided and abetted by Clarence and Judy

Contributors

Dr Marsh Tracy:
Marshall Thompson
Paula Tracy:
Cheryl Miller
Jack Dane:
Yale Summers
District Officer Hedley:
Hedley Mattingly
Mike Makula:
Hari Rhodes

Discs, stars and the news from this week's Top Thirty
Introduced by Tony Blackburn
Top of the Pops Orchestra
Pan's People

Contributors

Presenter:
Tony Blackburn
Musicians:
Top of the Pops Orchestra
Musical Director:
Johnny Pearson
Dancers:
Pan's People
Choreography:
Flick Colby
Sound:
Richard Chamberlain
Producer:
Johnnie Stewart

(Jeux sans Frontieres)
The fifth International heat in which teams from the following seven countries compete for the Eurovision Trophy:
Great Britain: Blyth
Belgium: Koekelberg
France: Cognac
Germany: Marburg
Holland: Kapelle
Italy: Chieri
Switzerland: Sargans

From Durdham Down, Bristol
Introduced by Eddie Waring and Stuart Hall

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter:
Eddie Waring
Presenter:
Stuart Hall
International referee:
Genaro Olivieri
International referee:
Guido Pancaldi
British referee:
Arthur Ellis
Designer:
Stuart Furber
Director:
Bill Taylor
Producer:
Barney Colehan

in which Sir Geraint Evans the celebrated Welsh baritone, talks about his 25 years on the operatic stage, and sings arias from Don Giovanni, The Marriage of Figaro, Don Pasquale, Falstaff and Don Carlos
'A critic wrote the other day that although I was greying at the temples, my voice was not yet grey. And I thought, well, thank God for something!'
with the BBC Welsh Orchestra leader Colin Staveley conducted by David Lloyd-Jones

(Singer at sea: page 5)
(Colour)

Contributors

Narrator/Producer:
Gethyn Stoodley Thomas
Interviewee/Baritone:
Sir Geraint Evans
Musicians:
BBC Welsh Orchestra
Orchestra Leader:
Colin Staveley
Conductor:
David Lloyd-Jones

Adapted in five parts by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson from the novel by Gabriel Chevallier
Narrated by Peter Ustinov

The disruption of village life caused by the mayor's edifice leads to an impending crisis...

A BBCtv co-production with Bavaria Atelier GMBH, Munich

(First shown on BBC2)
(Colour)

Contributors

Adapter:
Ray Galton
Adapter:
Alan Simpson
Author:
Gabriel Chevallier
Narrator:
Peter Ustinov
Designer:
Spencer Chapman
Producer:
Michael Mills
Barthelemy Piechut:
Cyril Cusack
Cure Ponosse:
Roy Dotrice
Justine Putet:
Wendy Hiller
Ernest Tafardel:
Kenneth Griffith
The Baroness Courtebiche:
Micheline Presle
Judith Toumignon:
Catherine Rouvel
Francois Toumignon:
Freddie Earlle
Adele Torbayon:
Cyd Hayman
Nicholas the Beadle:
Bernard Bresslaw
[Actor]:
Barry Linehan
[Actor]:
Wolfe Morris
[Actress]:
Elspeth MacNaughton
[Actress]:
Madeline Smith
[Actress]:
Lesley Ann Robinson
[Actor]:
Christian Roberts
[Actor]:
Richard Shaw
[Actress]:
Carolyn Moody
[Actor]:
Gordon Rollings
[Actor]:
Peter Madden
[Actor]:
David Quilter
[Actor]:
Ian Gray
[Actor]:
Jean-Pierre Menu
[Actress]:
Sheila Brennan
[Actress]:
Pamela Cundell
[Actress]:
Nita Lorraine
[Actor]:
Larry Noble
[Actor]:
John Barrett
[Actor]:
Roland MacLeod
[Actor]:
Michael Golden
[Actor]:
John Turtle
[Actress]:
Ruth Harrison
[Actress]:
Deddie Davies
[Actress]:
Miriam Raymond
[Actress]:
Gwen Nelson
[Actress]:
Mollie Maureen

The second film in a short season starring Vincent Price
with Peter Lorre, Boris Karloff

A trio of 15th-century sorcerers pit their considerable powers against each other in a mystifying montage of monstrous magic.

Contributors

Producer/Director:
Roger Corman
Dr Erasmus Craven:
Vincent Price
Dr Bedlo:
Peter Lorre
Dr Scarabus:
Boris Karloff
Lenore Craven:
Hazel Court
Estelle Craven:
Olive Sturgess
Rexford Bedlo:
Jack Nicholson
The Raven:
Jim Jr

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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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More