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The Foresters
Susan King goes to Northumberland to meet Don Brown , a young forester, who lives and works in the largest man-made forest in Europe.
Film cameraman DAVID PROSSER Film editor GEOFF BOTTERILL Producer DAVID TURNBULL

Contributors

Unknown:
Susan King
Unknown:
Don Brown
Unknown:
David Prosser
Editor:
Geoff Botterill

Regional Variations (2)

starring
Doris Day, David Niven with Janis Paige
A lively domestic comedy about the harassed parents of four mischievous youngsters. Hilarious problems begin when husband Niven, giving up a college professorship to become a drama critic, finds himself pursued by the glamorous star of a play he has slated.
Producer JOE PASTERNAK
Director CHARLES WALTERS . Films: page 9

Contributors

Unknown:
David Niven
Unknown:
Janis Paige
Producer:
Joe Pasternak
Director:
Charles Walters
Kate Mackay:
Doris Day
Lawrence (Larry) Mackay:
David Niven
Deborah Vaughn:
Janis Paige
Mrs Suzie Robinson:
Spring Byington
Alfred North:
Richard Haydn
Maggie:
Patsy Kelly
Joe Positano:
Jack Weston
Rev Dr McQuarry:
John Harding
Mona James:
Margaret Lindsay
Mary Smith:
Carmen Phillips
Mrs Hunter:
Mary Patton
David Mackay:
Charles Herbert

Regional Variations (2)

Lord Peter Wimsey

Five Red Herrings

Episode 4

Duration: 50 minutes

on BBC One West

In an elaborate reconstruction sequence Wimsey demonstrates how the crime was committed, which forces the murderer to confess and brings the case to a final conclusion.

The young American singer who made such an impact on British audiences last year returns for this new series.
Music arranged and conducted by ED WELCH Sound LEN SHOREY , ALAN HITCHCOCK
Designer DESMOND CHINN
Director JOHN KING (Bristol)

Contributors

Conducted By:
Ed Welch
Unknown:
Len Shorey
Unknown:
Alan Hitchcock
Designer:
Desmond Chinn
Director:
John King

Regional Variations (2)

Breathing Space

BBC One Scotland

starring andand
We all like to receive unexpected presents and Richard and Harry are no exception. However, it is rather awkward when they dont know who it's from or indeed for which one of them it was intended! and Written by JOHN JUNKIN and TIM BROOKE-TAYLOR
Designer ROGER MURRAY-LEACH Director jim FRANKLIN Producer HAROLD SNOAD

Contributors

Written By:
John Junkin
Written By:
Tim Brooke-Taylor
Designer:
Roger Murray-Leach
Director:
Jim Franklin
Producer:
Harold Snoad
Richard Woodville:
Tim Brooke-Taylor
Harold King and featuring:
John Junkin
the salesman:
Allan Cuthbertson
Marie:
Elaine Delmar
Mervyn Thackeray:
Richard Hurndall
Anita:
Karin MacCarthy
Sammy:
Christina Paul
'Vicar ':
Michael Knowles
Rosalie:
Cleo Sylvestre
Danny:
Loftus Burton
Susan:
Peta Mason
Susan:
Keith Ashley
Susan:
James Fuller

A series of six programmes 3: Punch and Judy PERCY PRESS SR is 73 years old and one of the most skilled Punch Showmen in the country. He and his son PERCY JR , with the help of GEORGE SPEAIGHT , historian, and WILLIAM FEAVER , critic, trace the long and complicated history of the Punch and Judy Show-a show which has remained virtually unchanged in this country for 300 years.
Executive producer MIKE WOOLLER Director DIANA LASHMORE

Contributors

Unknown:
Percy Jr
Unknown:
George Speaight
Unknown:
William Feaver
Unknown:
Judy Show-A
Producer:
Mike Wooller
Director:
Diana Lashmore

starring James Garner as Jim Rockford, an amiable private eye with a nose for trouble and a talent for solving cases the police have marked ' closed.' with Noah Beery and guest star Edith Atwater The Four Pound Brick
When Dave Banning , a young policeman, is killed in a car crash everyone is convinced that it was an accident - except Dave's widowed mother. And she expects a very reluctant Jim Rockford to prove that her son was murdered.
(The Detectives next week features Raymond Burr as ' A Man Called Ironside ')

Contributors

Unknown:
James Garner
Unknown:
Edith Atwater
Unknown:
Dave Banning

BBC One London

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