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9.38 Out of the Past: A Merchant of Florence

10.0 Look and Read: In the Spaceship

10.25-10.45 History 1917-73: Britain and Europe

11.0 Watch!: Printing
Using odds and ends to make decorative wrapping paper. Simple silk screen printing (The Twelve Days of Christmas).
Presented by Jean Rogers and Stephen Bradley
(Colour)

11.18 Going to Work: False Start?

11.40 Music in Action: 10: So the Story Goes Again
A final look at some of the many different activities the Narcissus story has inspired.
(Colour)

12.5 A Job Worth Doing?
Book 35p: see page 62
(Colour)

Contributors

Presenter (Watch!):
Jean Rogers
Presenter (Watch!):
Stephen Bradley
Producer (Watch!):
Moyra Gambleton
Executive Producer (Music in Action):
John Hosier

with Bob Langley, Marian Foster, David Seymour and Donny MacLeod and a chat with today's Weatherman Bert Foord at 1 30

Contributors

Presenter:
Bob Langley
Presenter:
Marian Foster
Presenter:
David Seymour
Presenter:
Donny MacLeod
Weatherman:
Bert Foord
Editor:
Terry Dobson

A comedy film series starring Bea Benaderet as Kate Bradley, Edgar Buchanan as Uncle Joe, Linda Kaye as Betty Jo, Lori Saunders as Bobbie Jo, Gunilla Hutton as Billie Jo

When tomboy Betty Jo catches a bridal bouquet she considers it her duty to find a husband - a search which causes quite a stir.

Contributors

Director:
Richard Moder
Kate Bradley:
Bea Benaderet
Uncle Joe:
Edgar Buchanan
Betty Jo:
Linda Kaye
Bobbie Jo:
Lori Saunders
Billie Jo:
Gunilla Hutton

The programme that tells the inside stories about the police at work - and invites the views of the public.
Introduced by David Seymour with Mike Dornan
(from Birmingham)

Contributors

Presenter:
David Seymour
Presenter:
Mike Dornan
Director:
Mike Lloyd
Editor:
Brian Gibson

Introduced by Johnny Morris
The World of Animals
In the wild, in the zoo, at home - a magazine of stories about animals illustrating their magic.
(from Bristol)

Contributors

Presenter:
Johnny Morris
Director:
Robin Hellier
Director:
Christopher Lewis
Producer:
Douglas Thomas

with 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, Bob Wellings and Sue Lawley
(Regional details as Monday)

Contributors

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

A new comedy series starring Diana Rigg as Diana Smythe

Diana is delighted with a new assignment - to illustrate a Christmas catalogue. Until she realises that her own triumph means unemployment for Howard, her friend and colleague.

Contributors

Diana Smythe:
Diana Rigg
Norman Brodrick:
David Sheiner
Norma Brodrick:
Barbara Barrie
Howard:
Richard B. Shull
Marshall:
Robert Moore

The only boy in families sometimes tends to be spoilt but surely none so strangely as the youngster who becomes a passenger on the USS Enterprise. His petulance develops into a trial of wills with no less a personage than the Captain and the safety of the ship, or more, is incredibly at stake.

Contributors

Captain Kirk:
William Shatner
Mr Spock:
Leonard Nimoy
Charlie Evans:
Robert Walker Jr
Yeoman Janice Rand:
Grace Lee Whitney
Uhura:
Nichelle Nichols

by Douglas Watkinson
[Starring] Paul Daneman, Tom Adams

When one of our couriers is killed and the film he was carrying has disappeared, Ryan is faced with a difficult problem. But that's nothing to the problems the dead man's widow is determined to create...

Contributors

Writer:
Douglas Watkinson
Series devised by:
Robert Barr
Script Editor:
Simon Masters
Designer:
Charles Bond
Producer:
Morris Barry
Director:
Viktors Ritelis
Cmdr Ryan, RN:
Paul Daneman
Major Sullivan:
Tom Adams
Delia Reynolds:
Moira Redmond
Martin Evans:
David Butler
Det-Supt Clark:
Peter Welch
Parson:
Neville Hughes
Lt Saunders, RN:
Prentis Hancock
Mr Dunnion:
Derek Wright
Robert Proust:
William Marlowe
Norman Whittle:
Kenneth Gilbert

Hugh Cudlipp has, for more than 30 years, been one of the most outstanding journalists of his generation. He steered the Daily Mirror group from an early reputation for brashness and bare breasts to a position as the most powerful group of newspapers in the world. He became the terror of the Establishment; the pressure in politicians' lives; the man who, under the banner 'Forward with the People,' favoured only the underdog, attacked always the Establishment. He has been rude to Royalty and prime ministers -and remained friendly with both. He started in journalism at 14, was a national newspaper editor at 24 and now, at 60, has decided to retire because 'it would be an unpardonable vanity to continue.'
He is the first of the Mirror group's chiefs to go quietly. His predecessors, Cecil Harmsworth King and Harry Guy Bartholomew, were noisily and bloodily axed from the boardroom. He is, perhaps, the last of the great campaigning romantic editors. In the boardroom, on his yacht, with the politicians and the journalists who shape our lives today, he talks revealingly to Desmond Wilcox about his failures, his rows, his successes and his regrets.

Contributors

Subject:
Hugh Cudlipp
Interviewer:
Desmond Wilcox
Research:
Judy Graham
Producer:
Harry Weisbloom

'One critic said it was my homage to Capra, another one said it was my homage to Preston Sturges... it is the sort of thing to write about me. And I hate it beyond measure.'
Peter Bogdanovich's new film "Paper Moon" opens in London this week. Film 73 interviewed him in New York and in Italy, on location for his latest production "Daisy Miller".
Introduced by Barry Norman

Contributors

Presenter:
Barry Norman
Interviewee:
Peter Bogdanovich
Producer:
Patricia Ingram

Joan Bakewell talks to Helen Lewis, a choreographer who finds in dance a fulfilment of her richest experience.
(BBC Northern Ireland)

Contributors

Interviewer:
Joan Bakewell
Interviewee:
Helen Lewis
Director:
Margaret Tudor Evans
Producer:
Moore Wasson

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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