Programme Index

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11.0 Exploring Science: In the Swim

11.23 Words and Pictures
A series to encourage reading
"Mrs Mopple's Washing Line"
Mrs Mopple pegged out her washing but the wind was so strong it blew the clothes off again. They landed in some extraordinary places.
Introduced by Henry Woolf

11.40 Corners of France: Country Fare
Local wine, Roquefort cheese and pate from the Perigord are all part of the traditional pattern of rural life in the Massif Central.

Contributors

Presenter (Words and Pictures):
Henry Woolf
Director (Words and Pictures):
Juliet Miller

BOB LANGLEY. DONNY MACLEOD
MARIAN FOSTER and DAVID SEYMOUR present their selection of the ideas, activities, talking-points and personalities of the day -live from the Broadcasting Centre in Birmingham, including
Family Advice with Claire Rayner
Editor TERRY DOBSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Donny MacLeod
Unknown:
Marian Foster
Unknown:
David Seymour
Unknown:
Claire Rayner
Editor:
Terry Dobson

2.01 Watch! Life on the Seashore

2.18 Scan: M-way Impact. 3: Building and operating a motorway
How do engineers construct a motorway, how is it maintained - and what benefits does it bring? Presenter Rosanne Harvey Producer John Chapple

2.40 The Electric Company: Programme 10
A new 16-part reading series from The Children's Television Workshop, New York.
Presented for the BBC by Ronald Smedley

Contributors

Presenter:
Rosanne Harvey
Producer:
John Chapple
Unknown:
Ronald Smedley

The programme about 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

Contributors

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

with Keith Barron
The House that Disappeared by ANN STONE
Today: Return Journey
Illustrated by JAN BRYCHTA . Adapted and directed by CHRISTOPHER ROWLANDS Producer DAPHNE JONES
Executive producer ANNA HOME

Contributors

Unknown:
Keith Barron
Illustrated By:
Jan Brychta
Directed By:
Christopher Rowlands
Producer:
Daphne Jones
Producer:
Anna Home

Bernard Cribbins invites Johnny Ball , Pat Keysell and Ian Lavender to compete with Peter Glaze , Johnny Morris and Wendy Richard in a series of peculiar acting games.
Designer ROGER MURRAY-LEACH Producer ALAN RUSSELL

Contributors

Unknown:
Bernard Cribbins
Unknown:
Johnny Ball
Unknown:
Pat Keysell
Unknown:
Ian Lavender
Unknown:
Peter Glaze
Unknown:
Johnny Morris
Unknown:
Wendy Richard
Designer:
Roger Murray-Leach
Producer:
Alan Russell

Regional Variations (2)

A series in ten episodes 9: The Picnic
The children leave on the bullock wagon for an outing to Duck Water, while Esther goes to a ball.

Contributors

Captain Woolcot:
Leonard Teale
Martha:
Ruth Cracknell
Esther:
Elizabeth Alexander
Meg:
Barbara Llewellyn
Pip:
Mark Clark
Judy:
Jennifer Cluff
Nell:
Anna Hruby
Bunty:
Mark Shields-Brown
Baby:
Tania Falla

Regional Variations (2)

The success of Sportstown made a big impact on the sports centres in this country, and the wide variety of sports covered made people aware of the improvement in the facilities available. This third series is the most skilful and competitive so far: competitors range from established Internationals to Olympic hopefuls.
Today's programme is from Harlow Sports Centre - the first purpose-built centre in this country.
Introduced by David Vine and Ron Pickering
Producer Paul Lang

Contributors

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

Written by Raymond Allen
Starring Michael Crawford as Frank
with Michelle Dotrice as Betty, Peter Jeffrey as Hayes, George Sewell as Wheeler, Campbell Singer as Finney and David Jacobs

Contributors

Writer:
Raymond Allen
Action:
Marc Boyle
Visual Effects:
Bernard Wilkie
Design:
Rochelle Selwyn
Producer:
Michael Mills
Frank:
Michael Crawford
Betty:
Michele Dotrice
Hayes:
Peter Jeffrey
Wheeler:
George Sewell
Finney:
Campbell Singer
Himself:
David Jacobs
Mrs Perkins:
Hazel Bainbridge
TV cameraman:
Michael Angrave
TV sound man:
Richard Latham
Clapper boy:
David Woodcock
Make-up girl:
Wendy Gilmore
Rude boy:
Chris Leonard
Rude boy:
Alrick Riley

Regional Variations (2)

Survivors

Series 2

Episode 9: The Chosen

Duration: 50 minutes

on BBC One West

Set among the survivors of a deadly global epidemic. Charles and Pet come meet another community with a harsh regime.

Introduced by Harry Carpenter International Athletics from Crystal Palace
The outdoor season gets off to a flying start in Olympic year as Britain's gold medal prospects and other Montreal contenders begin the final phase of preparation. ALAN PASCOE , ANDREA LYNCH , SONIA LANNAMAN, GEOFF CAPES, IAN STEWART and BRENDAN FOSTER are among the stars in action tonight in the Philips International Meeting (incorporating London's Borough Road College Past and Present v AAA). Commentators DAVID COLEMAN and RON PICKERING Britainat the Olympics
Tonight HARRY CARPENTER recalls the British champions of 1960 and 1964-the 'Mighty Mouse' who trained for the heat of Rome in his bathroom; the Yorkshire girl who won our last swimming gold medal; and the four athletes whose triumphs made Tokyo the most successful - and emotional - Games in recent memory for our track and field team.
Athletics TV presentation
JOHN SHREWSBURY. Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JONATHAN MARTIN
Olympics Preview: page 74

Contributors

Introduced By:
Harry Carpenter
Unknown:
Alan Pascoe
Unknown:
Andrea Lynch
Unknown:
Ian Stewart
Unknown:
Brendan Foster
Commentators:
David Coleman
Commentators:
Ron Pickering
Unknown:
Harry Carpenter

The most spectacular journey in Britain - the traverse along the peaks of the Cuillin Hills in the Isle of Skye. Peter Thomas, a local climbing guide, takes two girls along this chain of peaks. Their journey begins at Loch Skavaig and ends on the summit of Sgurr nan Gillean.
BBC Scotland

Contributors

Subject:
Peter Thomas
Director:
Robin Chalmers
Producer:
Bill Hook

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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