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9.38 Science All Around: Rain

10.0-10.15 Quatre Coins de la France: 5: La vie routiere

10.23-10.43 Gwlad a Thref. Dyn 5: Adeiladwyr y Pyramidiau
(The Pyramid Builders)
BBC Cymru/Wales

11.0 Maths Workshop: Stage 1: Crossing the Line
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11.23 Words and Pictures
A new series for 6- and 7-year-olds What Is It?

11.40 British Social History: Time Off
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12.5 pm Ensemble: 22
(Shown yesterday on BBC2. Repeated on Sunday 10.10 am BBC1)

Police affairs: including Crime Line, the hot line' between police and public: [number removed]
Introduced by David Seymour with Mike Dornan
Director KEITH ACKRILL
Editor BRIAN GIBSON. BBC Birmingham
3.58 Regional News (exc London)

Contributors

Introduced By:
David Seymour
Unknown:
Mike Dornan
Director:
Keith Ackrill
Editor:
Brian Gibson.

with Susan King
The second of seven programmes
Every year, particularly at Easter, thousands of young people set off to walk and climb in Scotland and the Lake District. Some of them will be ill-prepared and over-ambitious. Not surprisingly, some may get into dangerous situations. Susan joins ANTHONY GREENBANK in Scotland and journeys with him to the Lake District to learn about survival in bad weather and difficult country.
Film cameraman NAT CROSBY Film editor RICHARD SEEL Producer DAVID TURNBULL

Contributors

Unknown:
Susan King
Unknown:
Anthony Greenbank
Unknown:
Nat Crosby
Editor:
Richard Seel
Producer:
David Turnbull

Regional Variations (2)

Mae Gen i Stori

BBC One Wales

by SYLVIA SHERRY , dramatised in four parts by ALAN ENGLAND
4: Joey O'Rourke is in trouble, and asks Rocky for help.
Film sound JULIAN BALDWIN
Film cameraman YOUSUF AZIZ Film editor NORMAN CARR Producer ANNA HOME Director JOHN PROWSE

Contributors

Unknown:
Sylvia Sherry
Unknown:
Alan England
Unknown:
Joey O'Rourke
Unknown:
Julian Baldwin
Unknown:
Yousuf Aziz
Editor:
Norman Carr
Producer:
Anna Home
Director:
John Prowse
Rocky:
Michael Mills
Joey:
Alan Pope
Flanagan:
Tom Georgeson
Davey Oliver:
Robert Keegan
Simpson:
Bill Dean
Rafferty:
Eddie Ross
Ferryman:
Lawrence Mullin
Hans Durr:
Fred Feast
Nabber:
James Hoey
Billy:
Eamonn Deery
Chan:
Peter Chan
Mrs Flanagan:
Hilary Crane
Lorry driver:
Ken Rose
PC McMahon:
Bernard Holley
PC Jones:
Mike Byrne
Sergeant:
Roger John-Lee
Mrs Oliver:
Ina Clough
Mrs Abercrombie:
Helena McCarthy

Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today
Points West, Spotlight South West present news and views in your region tonight. Then at 6.22*
MICHAEL BARRATT , FRANK BOUGH
BOB WELLINGS and DILYS MORGAN present some of the more interesting stories of life in today's Britain, including Consumer Unit with Valerie Singleton and Richard Stilgoe
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON Editor JOHN GAU
(Regional details as Monday)

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Barratt
Unknown:
Frank Bough
Unknown:
Bob Wellings
Unknown:
Dilys Morgan
Unknown:
Valerie Singleton
Unknown:
Richard Stilgoe
Editor:
Stuart Wilkinson
Editor:
John Gau

Regional Variations (2)

A feature film starring Alan Ladd
En route to Tampa, Florida, gun-runner Cash Adams is contacted by Cuban agents, anxious to buy his valuable cargo.
Producer MARTIN RACKIN
Director GORDON DOUGLAS. Films: page 10

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Ladd
Unknown:
Cash Adams
Producer:
Martin Rackin
Director:
Gordon Douglas.
Cash Adams:
Alan Ladd
Isabella:
Rossana Podesta
Clay Pike:
Lloyd Nolan

starring
Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise Written by EDDIE BRABEN Eric and Ernie's guests:
THE KARLINS, VINCENT ZARRA ANN HAMILTON
Orchestra directed by PETER KNIGHT Designer VICTOR MERIDITH Producer ERNEST MAXIN

Contributors

Unknown:
Eric Morecambe
Written By:
Eddie Braben
Unknown:
Vincent Zarra
Unknown:
Ann Hamilton
Directed By:
Peter Knight
Designer:
Victor Meridith
Producer:
Ernest Maxin

Following their recent successes in the Olympic, World and European Championships, the world's finest skaters recorded a gala performance at Richmond Ice Rink during their European tour.
From Great Britain: John Curry From USSR: Vladimir Kovalev
Irina Rodnina / Alexander Zaitsev Irina Moiseeva / Andrei Minenkov Lyudmila Pakhomova/AIexander Gorshkov
From Canada: Toller Cranston From the USA:
Dorothy Hamill , Terry Kubicka Coleen O'Connor /Jim Millns
From Holland: Dianne de Leeuw From DDR: Christine Errath
Manuela Gross/Uwe Kagelmann Commentator BRIAN MATTHEW
Recorded at Richmond Ice Rink in association with the NSA
Lighting HUBERT CARTWRIGHT Producer DON SAYER

Contributors

Unknown:
John Curry
Unknown:
Vladimir Kovalev
Unknown:
Irina Rodnina
Unknown:
Alexander Zaitsev
Unknown:
Irina Moiseeva
Unknown:
Andrei Minenkov
Unknown:
Toller Cranston
Unknown:
Dorothy Hamill
Unknown:
Terry Kubicka
Unknown:
Coleen O'Connor
Unknown:
Christine Errath

Introduced by Harry Carpenter
The Greyhound Television Trophy Final
Live from Belle Vue, Manchester. The famous track where greyhound racing began in Britain 50 years ago is the venue for tonight's richest-ever running of this prestige long-distance event over 815 metres-worth £1,500 to the winner.
Commentator HARRY CARPENTER
David Wilkie in Florida
Scotland's double gold medallist in last year's World Swimming Championships is one of Britain's brightest hopes for Olympic success. But he plans to race in Montreal without spending a single day in Britain in 1976. Like John Curry , our Innsbruck champion, Wilkie competes for Britain, but lives and trains in America. ALAN WEEKS reports from the University of Miami, where Wilkie has spent three years as a student - and a swimmer.
Save of the Season
BOB WILSON recalls the best goal-keeping moments in the annual competition. There's E200 in Premium Bonds to be won.
Greyhound television presentation ALEC WEEKS
Film director JOHN MCNICHOLAS Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JONATHAN MARTIN

Contributors

Introduced By:
Harry Carpenter
Commentator:
Harry Carpenter
Unknown:
David Wilkie
Unknown:
John Curry
Unknown:
Alan Weeks
Unknown:
Bob Wilson
Director:
John McNicholas
Producer:
Martin Hopkins
Editor:
Jonathan Martin

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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