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With DONNY MACLEOD , BOB LANGLEY
MARIAN FOSTER and DAVID SEYMOUR including
Dig This with Peter Seabrook
Editor TERRY DOBSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Donny MacLeod
Unknown:
Bob Langley
Unknown:
Marian Foster
Unknown:
David Seymour
Unknown:
Peter Seabrook
Editor:
Terry Dobson

starring Don Maclean and featuring
Peter Glaze , Jan Hunt
Introduced by Ed Stewart with special guests
Script by BOB HEDLEY , TONY HARE and PETER ROBINSON
Music BERT HAYES AND HIS
ORCHESTRA
Designer STEVE BROWNSEY
Assistant producer BRIAN PENDERS Producer BRIAN WHITEHOUSE

Contributors

Unknown:
Don MacLean
Unknown:
Peter Glaze
Unknown:
Jan Hunt
Introduced By:
Ed Stewart
Script By:
Bob Hedley
Script By:
Tony Hare
Script By:
Peter Robinson
Music:
Bert Hayes
Designer:
Steve Brownsey
Producer:
Brian Penders
Producer:
Brian Whitehouse

News and views in your region. Then, at 6.25*, the most popular current affairs programme on British television completes its week of special editions from Belfast, Co-ordinated by FRANK BOUGH and at 6.45* Sportswide
Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Football action and news dominate this fast-moving preview of the weekend's sport. As well, a look at England's prospects tomorrow at Cosford against the world's strongest athletics nation, East Germany, and RICHARD PITMAN tries to predict a winner from Saturday's Racing.
Sportswide: Producer mike murpht Nationwide:
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON Editor JOHN GAU
(Regional details as Monday)

Contributors

Unknown:
Frank Bough
Introduced By:
Jimmy Hill
Unknown:
Richard Pitman
Editor:
Stuart Wilkinson

Regional Variations (2)

It Ain't Half Hot Mum

Series 3

Pale Hands I Love

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Sergeant-Major Williams's life is threatened by a dreaded Chinese secret society, the Black Scorpion Tong.

Regional Variations (2)

Current Account

BBC One Scotland

by RAY GALTON and ALAN SIMPSON starring in Upstairs, Downstairs Upstairs, Downstairs with Incidental music by DENNIS WILSON from an original theme by RON GRAINER Designer PAUL ALLEN
Producer DOUGLAS ARGENT

Contributors

Unknown:
Ray Galton
Unknown:
Alan Simpson
Music By:
Dennis Wilson
Unknown:
Ron Grainer
Designer:
Paul Allen
Producer:
Douglas Argent
Albert Steptoe:
Wilfrid Brambell
Harold Steptoe:
Harry H Corbett
the Doctor:
Robert James

starring
Tonight: The Cold War Con
Pete goes to pick up his new date, only to find she has been whisked away by white slavers -a serious mistake on their part, as Pete and Mac set out to prove.
(The Detectives next week features David Janssen as Harry Orwell )

Contributors

Unknown:
David Janssen
Unknown:
Harry Orwell
Pete Ryan:
Robert Wagner
Frank MacBride:
Eddie Albert
Malcolm:
Charlie Callas
Maggie:
Sharon Gless
Evelyn Thurston:
Madlyn Rhue
Kevin Gerchwin:
Burr Debenning
Ali:
Ann Archer
Fran Yarrow:
Randi Oaks
Dinallo:
James Jeeter
Baldheaded man:
Byron Vreeland

Regional Variations (2)

Runaways

BBC One Scotland

Barry Norman presents a round-up of news from the movie-world, including Operation Daybreak starring Timothy Bottoms ; also an interview with Marty Feldman , one of a growing number of British actors who now live in Hollywood.
Producer BARRY brown

Contributors

Unknown:
Barry Norman
Unknown:
Timothy Bottoms
Unknown:
Marty Feldman
Producer:
Barry Brown

starring Jeanne Moreau
-Ian Bannen , Vanessa Redgrave with Hugh Griffith , Orson Welles
Holidaying in Italy, Alan, a registry office clerk, is becoming bored With life in general and his mistress Sheila in particular. Then he meets the mysterious Anna, an enigmatic Frenchwoman ...
Producer OSCAR LEWENSTEIN Director TONY RICHARDSON
. Films: page 8

Contributors

Unknown:
Jeanne Moreau
Unknown:
Ian Bannen
Unknown:
Vanessa Redgrave
Unknown:
Hugh Griffith
Unknown:
Orson Welles
Producer:
Oscar Lewenstein
Director:
Tony Richardson
Anna:
Jeanne Moreau
Alan:
Ian Bannen
Sheila:
Vanessa Redgrave
Louis from Mozambique:
Orson Welles
Noori:
Zia Mohyeddin
Llewellyn:
Hugh Griffith

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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