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9.30 Athlete
7: Pole Vault
10.0 Look and Read
The King's Dragon written by RICHARD CARPENTER 6: Greed for Gold!
10.23
Ffenestri Mae gen i geffyl gyda GWENDA GRIFFITH
Cynhyrchydd WYNNE LLOYD , ADRAN ADDYSG

Contributors

Written By:
Richard Carpenter
Unknown:
Ffenestri Mae
Unknown:
Gwenda Griffith
Unknown:
Cynhyrchydd Wynne Lloyd
Unknown:
Adran Addysg

with Jack Shepherd The Driftway by PENELOPE LIVELY
Today: Tired but Ordinary
Illustrations by STEPHEN CONNELLY
Adapted and directed by PAUL STONE Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Executive producer ANNA HOME

Contributors

Unknown:
Jack Shepherd
Illustrations By:
Stephen Connelly
Directed By:
Paul Stone
Producer:
Angela Beeching

Introduced by Ed Stewart and starring
Peter Glaze , Jan Hunt and Bernie Clifton with special guests from the world of pop
Script BOB HEDLEY and TONY HARE
MUSIC BERT HAYES AND HIS ORCHESTRA Designer PAMELA LAMBOOY Director BRIAN PENDERS Producer ROBIN NASH

Contributors

Introduced By:
Ed Stewart
Unknown:
Peter Glaze
Unknown:
Jan Hunt
Unknown:
Bernie Clifton
Script:
Bob Hedley
Script:
Tony Hare
Music:
Bert Hayes
Designer:
Pamela Lambooy
Director:
Brian Penders
Producer:
Robin Nash

Britain's most popular current affairs programme.
Tonight's features include Odd Job, with Richard Stilgoe presenting advice for both the do-it-yourself novice and the do-it-yourself expert. and at 6.45 Sportswide Jimmy Hill previews the weekend's sport - featuring the Fifth Round of the FA Cup.
Editor JOHN GAU

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Stilgoe

starring Ronnie Barker in Poetic Justice by DICK CLEMENT and IAN LA FRENAIS featuring
Brian Wilde , Fulton Mackay with Richard Beckinsale and Maurice Denham , Ronald Lacey
Designer TIM GLEESON
Producer SYDNEY LOTTERBY

Contributors

Unknown:
Ronnie Barker
Unknown:
Dick Clement
Unknown:
Ian La Frenais
Unknown:
Brian Wilde
Unknown:
Fulton MacKay
Unknown:
Richard Beckinsale
Unknown:
Maurice Denham
Unknown:
Ronald Lacey
Designer:
Tim Gleeson
Fletcher:
Ronnie Barker
Mr Barrowclough:
Brian Wilde
Mr Mackay:
Fulton MacKay
Godber:
Richard Beckinsale
Rawley:
Maurice Denham
Harris:
Ronald Lacey
Warren:
Sam Kelly
McLaren:
Tony Osoba
Governor:
Michael Barrington
Mr Collison:
Paul McDowell

starring with Tender Killing Care
Long-suffering car mechanic Spencer Johnson figures Harry owes him plenty, so seeks his help when his father falls foul of the police and complains of being starved at the old-age home. What follows is to give them considerable food for thought.

Contributors

Harry Orwell:
David Janssen
Lt Trench:
Anthony Zerbe
Dr Courtney:
Kenneth Mars
Spencer Johnson:
Bill Henderson
Mrs Farber:
Janet Brandt
Charles Kravitz:
Allan Rich
Sue:
Farrah Fawcett-Majors
Horace Ball:
Bill Overton
Senator Lawler:
Howard Hesseman

JOHN TIMPSON and DENIS TUOHY and Tonight's reporters at home and abroad take their last look at the week.
Assistant editor PETER IBBOTSON Editor CHRISTOPHER CAPRON

Contributors

Unknown:
John Timpson
Unknown:
Denis Tuohy
Editor:
Peter Ibbotson
Editor:
Christopher Capron

at the Leisure Centre, Ebbw Vale
with The Chieftains, Canticle, Neil Lewis and John Luce
BBC Wales

Contributors

Comedian/Musician:
Max Boyce
Musicians:
The Chieftains
Musicians:
null Canticle
Musician:
Neil Lewis
Musician:
John Luce
Musical Director:
Benny Litchfield
Designer:
Julian Williams
Producer:
Jack Williams

starring Patricia Neal
Jack Albertson , Martin Sheen
Timmy Cleary returns home at the end of World War II to find the relationship between his mother and father as strained and uneasy as when he went away. Neither understands the other and Timmy attempts a reconciliation when he buys a bunch of roses for his mother - telling her they are from his father.
Director ULU GROSBARD. Films: page 9

Contributors

Unknown:
Patricia Neal
Unknown:
Jack Albertson
Unknown:
Martin Sheen
Unknown:
Timmy Cleary
Director:
Ulu Grosbard.
Nettie Cleary:
Patricia Neal
John Cleary:
Jack Albertson
Timmy Cleary:
Martin Sheen

BBC One London

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BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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