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by Mike Craig and Lawrie Kinsley
Starring Mike Hope and Albie Keen
with Peter Goodwright as Crumble, Una McLean as Jessie McPherson, Ruth Kettlewell as Mrs Grapple, Dave Hatton as 'The Shadow'
and music by Alastair McDonald's Bamsticks

The trail for Uncle Ebenezer's treasure leads our heroes to the National Sports Centre at Crystal Palace. In spite of being pursued, as ever, by the mysterious Shadow, they manage to find further clues by posing as athletes.
BBC Scotland
[Repeat]

Contributors

Writer:
Mike Craig
Writer:
Lawrie Kinsley
Music:
Alastair McDonald's Bamsticks
Designer:
Walter Miller
Producer:
Paul Ciani
Mike:
Mike Hope
Albie:
Albie Keen
Crumble:
Peter Goodwright
Jessie McPherson:
Una McLean
Mrs Grapple:
Ruth Kettlewell
'The Shadow':
Dave Hatton

Look North, South Today, Look East, Midlands Today, Points West and Spotlight South West bringing you news and views in your region tonight (including Regional Weather)
Presented by Michael Barratt, Frank Bough and Bob Wellings
(Regional details as Monday)

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Barratt
Presenter:
Frank Bough
Presenter:
Bob Wellings

Betta splendens is the scientific name of a magnificent pugilist of the underwater world: the fighting fish of Siam. Its territorial combats and incredibly erotic love-play fascinate the scientists. Sociologists are no less interested in the role of the animal in the folklore of its native Thailand, where it is specially bred for purposes of gambling.
Commentary by Clifford Dyment
(from Bristol)
Book, £1.75: page 61

Contributors

Narrator:
Clifford Dyment
Filmed by:
Ronald Eastman
Producer:
Jeffery Boswall

A courtroom debate examines Sexual Equality
The government has promised to introduce a Bill against discrimination on the grounds of sex. Can such a law work? Do we need it? Mr Ronald Bell, QC, MP will propose, and Mr Ivor Richard, QC, MP will oppose the motion

"That discrimination on the grounds of sex is natural and should not be the subject of legislation"
with Ludovic Kennedy in the chair
Each side will call evidence and cross-examine the opposition witnesses before a jury.

Contributors

Chairman:
Ludovic Kennedy
Proposer:
Ronald Bell
Opposer:
Ivor Richard
Director:
Mark Patterson
Producer:
Anthony Rouse

with Olivia Newton-John
Love doesn't just make the world go round, it's also been the inspiration for some of the finest words and music ever written.
Guest Malcolm Roberts
(From Manchester)

Contributors

Presenter/Singer:
Olivia Newton-John
Singer:
Malcolm Roberts
Readings:
David Buck
Producer:
Nick Hunter

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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