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9.38 Maths Workshop: Stage 2 Back to the Beginning
10.0 Colour Merry-go-Round The Viaduct: 3
10.23-10.43 Exploring Science Moving Energy
11.0 Colour A Year's Journey Homeland of the Conqueror
11.22 Music Time Programme 10
11.45 Colour New Horizons
The Engineer's World 1 can do anything at a price.
With PROFESSOR ERIC LAITHWAITE of Imperial College, London.
All engineering is compromise, but how can we be certain our priorities are right?
Producer MICHAEL GARROD

Contributors

Unknown:
Professor Eric Laithwaite
Producer:
Michael Garrod

Bob Langley , Marian Foster , David Seymour present the ideas, activities, music and personalities of the day, including MacLeod in Hollywood and Walter Landauer 's Birthday Quiz.
Editor TERRY DOBSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Bob Langley
Unknown:
Marian Foster
Unknown:
David Seymour
Unknown:
Walter Landauer
Editor:
Terry Dobson

A film starring
Audrey Hepburn , Anthony Perkins with Lee J. Cobb
In this unusual romantic story, Audrey Hepburn has the role of Rima, a mysterious girl who lives in a remote forest region of South America. Anthony Perkins plays a young adventurer whose quest for gold leads him to the forests of Guyana - and the elusive Rima.
Director MEL FERRER

Contributors

Unknown:
Audrey Hepburn
Unknown:
Anthony Perkins
Unknown:
Audrey Hepburn
Unknown:
Anthony Perkins
Director:
Mel Ferrer
Rima:
Audrey Hepburn
Abel:
Anthony Perkins
Nuflo LEE:
J Cobb
Runi:
Sessue Hayakawa
Kua-Ko:
Henry Silva
Don Panta:
Nehemiah Persoff
Priest:
Michael Pate
Cla-Cla vr:
Estelle Hemsley

by ELISABETH BERESFORD
Told by BERNARD CRIBBINS
Music by MIKE BATT
Animated and directed by IVOR WOOD

Contributors

Unknown:
Elisabeth Beresford
Told By:
Bernard Cribbins
Music By:
Mike Batt
Directed By:
Ivor Wood

with Margaret Tyzack The Ogre Downstairs by DIANA WYNNE JONES
Gwinny takes off and floats up to the ceiling, Caspar and Malcolm change places, Douglas goes flying and Johnny becomes invisible. All of which proves that the chemistry sets are rather unusual ones. And then toffee bars and pencils come alive and the Ogre turns out to be not such an Ogre after all.
Today: The Chemistry Sets
(Margaret Tyzack is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company)

Contributors

Unknown:
Margaret Tyzack
Unknown:
Diana Wynne Jones
Unknown:
Margaret Tyzack

with John Noakes
Peter Purves , Lesley Judd
Producer JOHN ADCOCK
Assistant editor ROSEMARY GILL Editor BIDDY BAXTER
Blue Peter Eleventh Book, 70p from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown:
John Noakes
Unknown:
Peter Purves
Unknown:
Lesley Judd
Producer:
John Adcock
Editor:
Biddy Baxter

Charlie Cairoli assisted by JIMMY BUCHANAN , PAUL CONNOR and CHARLIE CAIROLI JR with NORMAN BARRETT trying to keep control featuring PAULA TILBROOK
When ' Right Charlie & Co ' arrive in their ' Instant Assistance" mobile unit anything can happen - and usually does.
It only takes one telephone call to bring Charlie and his crew into action. Today the call comes from a Garden Centre.
Producer TONY HARRISON (Manchester)

Contributors

Unknown:
Charlie Cairoli
Assisted By:
Jimmy Buchanan
Assisted By:
Paul Connor
Assisted By:
Charlie Cairoli
Unknown:
Norman Barrett
Producer:
Tony Harrison

When Roobarb got a long break Told by RICHARD BRIERS
Written by GRANGE CALVELEY Animation BOB GODFREY

Contributors

Told By:
Richard Briers
Written By:
Grange Calveley
Written By:
Animation Bob Godfrey

Regional Variations (2)

Heddiw

BBC One Wales

Unnecessary Force by BILL BARRON starring James Ellis
Ian Cullen , Douglas Fielding Geoffrey Whitehead with Nicholas Smith
How did a man like Derek Murphy get beaten up by his best friend - a man half his size? A puzzle for Miller, Yates and Skinner ...
Script editor DOUGLAS WATKINSON Designer JUDY PORTER
Producer RODERICK GRAHAM Director CHRISTOPHER BARRY

Contributors

Unknown:
Bill Barron
Unknown:
James Ellis
Unknown:
Ian Cullen
Unknown:
Geoffrey Whitehead
Unknown:
Nicholas Smith
Unknown:
Derek Murphy
Editor:
Douglas Watkinson
Designer:
Judy Porter
Producer:
Roderick Graham
Director:
Christopher Barry
PC Yates:
Nicholas Smith
Derek Murphy:
Steve Emerson
Peter McCann:
Nick Brimble
Ronnie Anderson:
Chris Gannon
Insp Lynch:
James Ellis
DC Skinner:
Ian Cullen
PC Quilley:
Douglas Fielding
Ruby Kowalski:
Pauline Delany
Jeannie McCann:
Elissa Derwent
Det-Sgt Miller:
Geoffrey Whitehead

Regional Variations (3)

Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?

Series 1

Episode 1: Stranger on a Train

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Classic 70s sitcom. Five years have passed. Bob and Terry meet by chance on the last train home and the events of the past few years flood out. Show more

Since the war our performing Arts have become the envy of the world. But today inflation threatens the very existence of many of our great cultural institutions. Richard Kershaw reports on the unhappy future facing the Arts in this country and asks - what steps should the Government take to prevent the curtain falling?
Presented by DAVID DIMBLEBY
Producer SEAN HARDIE Editor FRANK SMITH

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Kershaw
Presented By:
David Dimbleby
Producer:
Sean Hardie
Editor:
Frank Smith

starring Clint Eastwood with Susan Clark , Don Stroud Tisha Sterling , Betty Field and Lee J. Cobb
Deputy Sheriff Walt Coogan arrives in New York from Arizona to collect an escaped killer being held in custody. But he soon runs up against New York red tape and when his prisoner escapes he is taken off the case. Coogan, however, is determined to get his man ...
Producer and director DONALD SIEGEL

Contributors

Unknown:
Clint Eastwood
Unknown:
Susan Clark
Unknown:
Don Stroud
Unknown:
Tisha Sterling
Unknown:
Betty Field
Unknown:
Walt Coogan
Director:
Donald Siegel
Walt Coogan:
Clint Eastwood
McElroy:
Lee J Cobb
Julie >:
Susan Clark
Linny Raven:
Tisha Sterling
Ringerman:
Don Stroud
Mrs Ringerman:
Betty Field
Sheriff McCrea:
Tom Tully
Millie:
Melodie Johnson
Jackson:
James Edwards
Running Bear:
Rudy Diaz

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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