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Starring Charlie Cairoli, Britain's best-loved clown
with Paul Connor, Jimmy Buchanan and Charlie Junior
Introduced by Norman Barrett
(from Manchester)

Contributors

Presenter/Budgerigar act:
Norman Barrett
Clown:
Charlie Cairoli
Clown:
Paul Connor
Clown:
Jimmy Buchanan
Clown:
Charlie Cairoli Junior
Producer:
Tony Harrison

Starring Doug McClure as Trampas

David Sutton falls foul of a venomous gun-fighting family and heads for a showdown which will mean certain death.

Contributors

Trampas:
Doug McClure
David Sutton:
David Hartman
Elizabeth:
Sara Lane
Grant Buchanan:
Harold J. Stone
Case Buchanan:
Clyde Ventura
Lorne Buchanan:
Murray MacLeod
Ellen Jones:
Sheila Larkin
Jory Kincaid:
Conlan Carter

Introduced by Frank Bough featuring a Double International Rugby Bill and The Hennessy Gold Cup

12.35* Football Preview
Sam Leitch introduces television's popular football spot-the action and opinions that matter, with comment by Jimmy Hill.

12.55; 1.20; 1.50* Racing from Newbury
1.0 Hopeful Chase (3 miles)
1.30 North Street Handicap Chase (2 miles and 160 yards)
2.5 The Hennessy Cognac Gold Cup Handicap Chase (3 miles, 2 furlongs and 82 yards)
One of the most valuable Handicap Chases of the season worth more than £8,000 to the winner. The top class entries include last year's winner, Charlie Potheen, and the 1973 Grand National winner, Red Rum.

2.15* International Rugby Union from Murrayfield: Scotland XV v Argentina
BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you today's Rugby Union occasion. This is the first-ever European tour for the 'Pumas' but they have a very impressive international record in their own country having lost only one of their last six Test Matches against touring sides from Wales, Scotland and Ireland.

3.45* International Rugby League from Headingley: Great Britain v Australia: The Second Test
Great Britain, after their exciting 21-12 win in the First Test at Wembley, can make sure of the Ashes this afternoon.

4.45* Final Score
All the football, racing and rugby results, with action highlights and the Grandstand Score-Draw Check.

Today's Timetable:
12.35 Football Preview
12.55 Racing from Newbury
1.10 Sports Round-Up
1.20 Racing from Newbury
1.40 Rugby Preview
1.50 Hennessy Gold Cup
2.15 Rugby Union
3.45 Rugby League
4.45 Final Score
Timings are subject to atteratton In order to keep up to date with events.

Contributors

Presenter:
Frank Bough
Presenter (Football Preview):
Sam Leitch
Analysis (Football Preview):
Jimmy Hill
Commentator (Racing):
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentator (Racing):
Clive Graham
Reporter (Racing):
Julian Wilson
Commentator (International Rugby Union):
Bill McLaren
Commentator (International Rugby League):
Eddie Waring
Television Presentation (Racing):
Dennis Monger
Television Presentation (Rugby Union):
Bill Malcolm
Television Presentation (Rugby League):
Ray Lakeland
Grandstand Producer:
Brian Venner
Grandstand Editor:
Alan Hart

Introduced by David Jacobs
The subject? Well, try Radio. Are you a listener? Were you a listener? Can you remember the names, the voices, the dates? Well, then; Who was the first General Manager of the BBC?
(Answer: JCW Reith, the late Lord Reith)

Contributors

Presenter:
David Jacobs
Director:
Robert Toner
Producer:
Cecil Korer

with special guests Ronnie Barker, Bill Withers, Jose Luis Moreno
featuring Adrienne Posta
with Roger Kitter, Paul Greenwood
and Segment
Says Lulu: "Ronnie Barker's characters are always real, but the one he plays tonight - the hairy Country and Western singer, Fat Belly Jones - could've come straight from Nashville".

(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter/Singer:
null Lulu
Fat Belly Jones:
Ronnie Barker
Singer:
Bill Withers
Ventriloquist:
Jose Luis Moreno
Singer:
Adrienne Posta
Impressionist:
Roger Kitter
[Actor]:
Paul Greenwood
Singers/Dancers:
null Segment
Choreographer:
Nigel Lythgoe
Musicians:
Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra
Writer:
Geoff Rowley
Writer:
Andy Baker
Writer:
Wally Malston
Executive Producer:
John Ammonds
Producer:
Vernon Lawrence

Starring Charlton Heston, Richard Boone, Rosemary Forsyth
with Maurice Evans, Guy Stockwell, Niall MacGinnis, Henry Wilcoxon, James Farentino

Normandy in the 11th century. When Chrysagon, a Norman war lord, comes to the isolated Druid village he has been assigned to oversee, he finds the villagers as primitive and steeped in ancient tradition as the desolate land that is their home.

Contributors

Based upon the play "The Lovers" by:
Leslie Stevens
Director:
Franklin Schaffner
Chrysagon:
Charlton Heston
Bors:
Richard Boone
Bronwyn:
Rosemary Forsyth
Priest:
Maurice Evans
Draco:
Guy Stockwell
Odins:
Niall MacGinnis
Frisian Prince:
Henry Wilcoxon
Marc:
James Farentino
Volc:
Sammy Ross
Piet:
Woodrow Parfrey
Holbracht:
John Alderson
Tybald:
Allen Jaffe

Regional Variations (2)

The Songs of Scotland

BBC One Scotland

Introduced by Jimmy Hill
First Division action... analysis... and Goal of the Month.
Barry Davies is the commentator at a well-known Football League ground in the Midlands.
John Motson is the commentator from a Northern Football League ground.
Jimmy Hill analyses the key action. Goal of the Month - the best goals seen on BBC1 throughout November.

Wanting to be loved: page 4

Contributors

Presenter/Analysis:
Jimmy Hill
Commentator (Midlands):
Barry Davies
Commentator (North):
John Motson
Football TV Presentation:
John McGonagle
Football TV Presentation:
John Shrewsbury
Match of the Day presented by:
Martin Hopkins
Editor:
Sam Leitch

Conversation, good music, guests with Michael Parkinson

(Parkinson meets David Niven: Sunday, 11.55pm)

Contributors

Presenter:
Michael Parkinson
Music:
The Harry Stoneham Five
Director:
Brian Whitehouse
Producer:
Richard Drewett

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