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Who's Happy Now? Who wakes up to the good news this morning - Mr Heath or Mr Wilson?
Find out with Michael Barratt and Alan Watson in the Election 74 studio... replay of the most dramatic declarations of the night... interviews with the winners and losers... reaction from the public on their way to work... analysis, prediction, and a look at the lighter side of it all.
Plus regular announcements explaining when to switch to BBC2 to see the complete voting figures for your constituency and at 6.10-6.25, 7.10-7.25 and 8.10-8.25 from Scotland to the West Country the election stories and the personalities in your region.
Presented by LARRY MCCOUBREY in Belfast PETER COLBOURNE in Birmingham GRAHAM PURCHASE in Bristol VINCENT KANE in Cardiff DAVID SCOTT in Glasgow PHILIP HAYTON in Leeds GERALD HARRISON in Manchester GEORGE HOUSE in Newcastle MALCOLM ALLSOP in Norwich KEITH BLACKLER in Plymouth BRUCE PARKER in Southampton
at 6.30, 7.30 and 8.30 World News and Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr Wilson
Unknown:
Michael Barratt
Unknown:
Alan Watson
Presented By:
Larry McCoubrey

The new Prime Minister is ...
Results ... developments ... analysis.... party totals ... predictions and then, the verdict, Conservative or Labour - or will Liberals hold the balance?
As the final counting starts, Alastair Burnet returns to the Election 74 studio with Robin Day, David Butler , Robert McKenzie and Graham Pyatt.
Together, they report the end-game of Election 74, wait for the party leaders to make their speeches of concession and victory, and consider the likely shape and style of the next Government.
Outside broadcast units at the most crucial counts of the day, including those in Northern Ireland; following the party leaders throughout the day; watching the comings and goings at the party headquarters; and talking to voters throughout the country. At 11.55, 12.55 and 1.55
Local reports and comments from the Area Newsrooms. At 1.30
World News and Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
David Butler
Unknown:
Robert McKenzie
Unknown:
Graham Pyatt.

9: Dolphins
Dolphins are the top of the animal pops - according to the latest evidence. These whales are star performers in numerous sea circuses throughout the world. Tony Soper and Eva von Rueber-Staier visit Florida where the modern craze for dolphinaria started.
See how dolphins are turned into top stars; how easy it is for Eva to become friends with some big and boisterous dolphins; and watch the biggest animal stars on earth in action.
Director ALAN STROWGER
Producer JOHN SPARKS (Bristol)
3.58 Regional News

Contributors

Unknown:
Tony Soper
Unknown:
Eva von Rueber-Staier
Director:
Alan Strowger
Producer:
John Sparks

with Patricia Hayes Tiger Nanny by URSULA MORAY WILLIAMS
Today: Queen of the Nursery
Pictures by JAN BRYCIITA
Adapted and directed by JEREMY SWAN Executive producer ANNA HOME

Contributors

Unknown:
Patricia Hayes
Unknown:
Ursula Moray Williams
Directed By:
Jeremy Swan

with Peter Glaze
Don Maclean , Jacqueline Clarke and special guest Ricky Wilde
Script BOB HEDLEY , BOB BLOCK, TONY HARE Music BERT HAYES AND HIS ORCHESTRA Designer RICHARD MORRIS Director BILL ERSSER Producer robin NASH

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Glaze
Unknown:
Don MacLean
Unknown:
Jacqueline Clarke
Unknown:
Ricky Wilde
Script:
Bob Hedley
Unknown:
Tony Hare
Music:
Bert Hayes
Designer:
Richard Morris
Director:
Bill Ersser
Producer:
Robin Nash

How the Battle was Won
Blow - by - blow, the story of the last 20 hours since the closing of thp polls.
Alastair Burnet and the Election 74 studio team take a final look at the most significant results, replay the most dramatic moments of personal victory and defeat, and assess the lessons of Election 74.
Including at
6.5-6.20
News of all today's results from each Area Newsroom.
Producer TAM FRY
Director KEITH CLEMENT Editor MIKE TOWNSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Alastair Burnet
Director:
Keith Clement
Editor:
Mike Townson

Regional Variations (2)

starring Joel McCrea
Maureen O'Hara , Linda Darnell with Thomas Mitchell , Anthony Quinn The story of William Frederick Cody - a spectacular account of the man who became a legend in his own lifetime.
Director WILLIAM WELLMAN

Contributors

Unknown:
Joel McCrea
Unknown:
Maureen O'Hara
Unknown:
Linda Darnell
Unknown:
Thomas Mitchell
Unknown:
Anthony Quinn
Unknown:
William Frederick
Director:
William Wellman
Buffalo Bill Cody:
Joel McCrea
Louisa Cody:
Maureen O'Hara
Dawn Starlight:
Linda Darnell
Ned Buntline:
Thomas Mitchell
Yellow Hand:
Anthony Quinn
Sergeant Chips:
Edgar Buchanan
Senator Frederici:
Moroni Olsen
Murdo Carvell:
Frank Fenton

Regional Variations (2)

The Good Old Days

BBC One London

Duration: 45 minutes

on BBC One London

Leonard Sachs presents the old-time music hall show from the City Varieties Theatre. With Ken Dodd, Lyn Kennington, the Jan Hunt Panto, and performers from the Players Theatre. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Leonard Sachs
Performer:
Ken Dodd
Performer:
Lyn Kennington

Introduced by Alastair Burnet
Britain now has a new Government and new MPs. But the problems that the new Government must deal with are the old ones. What will the newly-elected or re-elected team do to solve the economic and industrial troubles that led to the General Election? How different will the new Britain be?

Contributors

Presenter:
Alastair Burnet
Editor:
Peter Pagnamenta

Regional Variations (2)

Cywam

BBC One Wales

The Solarium by KEN TAYLOR starring
Georgia Brown Sinead Cusack
Terence Alexander with Mark Rogers
Young Harry lives in a house of secrets. When he stumbles on part of the truth, the inevitable end is tragedy.
Cast in order of appearance:
Producer JORDAN LAWRENCE
Director ANTHEA BROWNE-WILKINSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Ken Taylor
Unknown:
Georgia Brown
Unknown:
Sinead Cusack
Unknown:
Terence Alexander
Unknown:
Mark Rogers
Unknown:
Young Harry
Producer:
Jordan Lawrence
Director:
Anthea Browne-Wilkinson
Harry Foster:
Mark Rogers
Stephens:
Michael Burrell
Bella:
Margo Andrew
Ellen Foster:
Georgia Brown
Sylvia Terry:
Sinead Cusack
Gerald Foster:
Terence Alexander
Singer:
Peter Pratt

A new film series starring Raymond Burr as Robert Ironside Don Galloway as Det-Sgt Brown
Don Mitchell as Mark Sanger and Elizabeth Baur as Officer Fran Belding with guest stars Johnny Seven
Jean Allison , Kenneth O'Brien Friend or Foe
A large haul of heroin is seized and held in custody by the police as vital evidence against the boss of a crime syndicate. But while the package is in the sole charge of Lieutenant Reese and Sergeant Borden it disappears. Which one of them is a crooked cop?

Contributors

Unknown:
Raymond Burr
Unknown:
Robert Ironside
Unknown:
Don Galloway
Unknown:
Det-Sgt Brown
Unknown:
Don Mitchell
Unknown:
Mark Sanger
Unknown:
Elizabeth Baur
Unknown:
Johnny Seven
Unknown:
Jean Allison
Unknown:
Kenneth O'Brien

BBC One London

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