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Coils and Springs
Tony Hart, Pat Keysell Sylvester McCoy and Wilf Lunn with his extraordinary machinery with THE PROF
Designer CHRIS ROBILLIARD Director OLIVE DOIG
Producer PATRICK DOWLING

Contributors

Unknown:
Pat Keysell
Unknown:
Sylvester McCoy
Unknown:
Wilf Lunn
Producer:
Patrick Dowling

England v Australia Live coverage direct from Lord's of the fourth morning's play.
Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD JIM LAKER , DENIS COMPTON
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING and BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Introduced By:
Peter West
Commentators:
Richie Benaud
Commentators:
Jim Laker
Presentation By:
David Kenning
Presentation By:
Bill Taylor

First Semi-final
Michael Rodd puts the questions to the winners from the first two programmes who came from Blackpool, Morecambe and Skegness
They will be watching scenes from The Bears and I
Merton of the Movies
King Richard and the Crusaders
Director DES SISSONS
Producer JOHN BUTTERY (Manchester)

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Rodd

Featuring the First Semi-final Glenrothes v Eston
Glenrothes are attempting to become the first Scottish team to reach a Sportstown Final.
Tonight's match features an unofficial Scotland v England women's basketball match, because the competing centres are represented by the national champions of their respective countries.
The programme also includes bowls, judo, five-a-side football and badminton.
Introduced by DAVID VINE and RON PICKERING
Producer PAUL LANG

Contributors

Introduced By:
David Vine
Introduced By:
Ron Pickering
Producer:
Paul Lang

A seven-part comedy series by RICHARD WARING starring Derek Nimmo and Pauline Yates
With AUBREY WOODS , ARTRO MORRIS in A Woman About The House
After the drama of a closely fought by-election, Henry and Jane decide to get away from it all for a quiet weekend before Selwyn Lloyd rules the waves.
Music by DENNIS WILSON
Technical adviser ANDREW FAULDS , MP Designers
BARBARA GOSNOLD , MALCOLM THORNTON Producer GRAEME MUIR

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Waring
Unknown:
Derek Nimmo
Unknown:
Pauline Yates
Unknown:
With Aubrey Woods
Unknown:
Artro Morris
Unknown:
Selwyn Lloyd
Music By:
Dennis Wilson
Unknown:
Andrew Faulds
Unknown:
Barbara Gosnold
Unknown:
Malcolm Thornton
Producer:
Graeme Muir
Henry Prendergast:
Derek Nimmo
Trevor:
Aubrey Woods
Tim:
Anthony Howden
Sarah:
Sylvestra Le Touzel
William:
Nicholas Drake
TV commentator:
Corbet Woodall
Alderman Cole:
Norman Atkyns
Jane Prendergast:
Pauline Yates
Matthew:
Artro Morris
Albert:
Bartlett Mullins
Local:
Bruce Wightman
Wife:
Betty Romaine
Young Liberal:
Sam Sewell
Young wife:
Judith Fielding

Jimmy Reid
A new film series which portrays the likes and dislikes of six well-known men and women.
In an illustrated conversation Clydeside convenor and Communist councillor JIMMY REID talks about a whole range of his personal tastes: Shakespeare and Alf Garnett , Will Fyffe and George Bernard Shaw , Beethoven and Charlie Parker , brass bands and Paul Robeson.
Film editor HOWARD BILLINGHAM Producer ROGER MILLS Director JOHN PURDIE

Contributors

Unknown:
Jimmy Reid
Talks:
Jimmy Reid
Talks:
Alf Garnett
Unknown:
Will Fyffe
Unknown:
George Bernard Shaw
Unknown:
Charlie Parker
Unknown:
Paul Robeson.
Director:
John Purdie

Starring Roger Moore with Hildegarde Neil, Olga Georges-Picot

Can a man be in two places at once? Can he have spent the night with a girl he hardly knew? Recovering from a car accident, Harold Pelham is haunted by these and other questions. It is only when his family and best friend turn from him as a stranger that he learns the terrible truth...
Films: page 11

Contributors

Director:
Basil Dearden
Harold Pelham:
Roger Moore
Eve Pelham:
Hildegard Neil
Julie:
Olga Georges-Picot
Tony Alexander:
Anton Rodgers
Dr Harris:
Freddie Jones
Bellamy:
Thorley Walters
Ashton:
John Carson

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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