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with Freddie Jones
Mr Hardisty 's Kind Offer by JENNY OLDFIELD
Today: The Accused
Illustrations by BARRY WILKINSON Adapted by ROGER BUNCE Director GEOFF FELD
Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Executive producer ANNA HOME

Contributors

Unknown:
Freddie Jones
Unknown:
Mr Hardisty
Unknown:
Jenny Oldfield
Illustrations By:
Barry Wilkinson
Adapted By:
Roger Bunce
Director:
Geoff Feld
Producer:
Angela Beeching
Producer:
Anna Home

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
Book, Crackerjack Games 2, 50p, from bookshops

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

by MICHAEL BOND Fortune Telling
Narrated by MICHAEL HORDERN
Music by HERBERT CHAPPELL
Animated and directed by IVOR WOOD

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Bond
Unknown:
Michael Hordern
Music By:
Herbert Chappell
Directed By:
Ivor Wood

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 looks ahead to the weekend's sport with action, analysis and the day's important news plus a preview of the World Table Tennis Championships.
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON
Editor JOHN GAU

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Stilgoe
Unknown:
Jimmy Hill
Editor:
Stuart Wilkinson
Editor:
John Gau

A film series starring
Guest stars .
The Children of the Gods
Resting in the ruins of a Grecian temple, the travellers are captured by juvenile possessors of strange powers who declare an undying enmity for elders.

Contributors

Varian:
Jared Martin
Dr Fred Walters:
Carl Franklin
Scott Jordan:
Ike Eisenmann
Liana:
Katie Saylor
Alpha:
Mark Lambert
Sigma:
Bobby Eilbacher
Delta:
Cosie Costa
Beta:
Stanley Clay

Mister Five and Dime
Amateur criminologist Lester gets a call from a classmate accused of passing counterfeit and embroils Orwell in a rapidly escalating crimewave. With a friend like him, Harry hardly needs enemies but before the trouble's over Trench is to think otherwise!

Contributors

Harry Orwell:
David Janssen
Lieutenant Trench:
Anthony Zerbe
Sgt Roberts:
Paul Tulley
BurgO:
Michael Pataki
Lester:
Les Lannom
Gayle:
Glynnis O'Connor
Lipton:
Michael McGuire
Bill Hoxley:
J Pat O'Malley
Ruby:
Margaret Avery
Shaeffer:
Charles Silbert
Tim Condit:
Douglas Dirkson
Sturgis:
Booth Colman

The start of a new series of the inter-regional amateur ballroom dancing contests.
Tonight Terry Wogan introduces the reigning champions Midlands and West v Home Counties South from the Locarno Ballroom, Bradford
Commentator BARRI HAYNES
A professional Latin American demonstration by David Douglass and Janice Barb
Music by ANDY ROSS AND HIS ORCHESTRA Organised by MECCA DANCING Arranged by ERIC MORLEY Director KEN GRIFFIN
Series producer BARRIE EDGAR BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Introduces:
Terry Wogan
Commentator:
Barri Haynes
Unknown:
David Douglass
Unknown:
Janice Barb
Music By:
Andy Ross
Arranged By:
Eric Morley
Director:
Ken Griffin
Producer:
Barrie Edgar

starring
Michael Caine with Nigel Green
Guy Doleman , Sue Lloyd
A happy-go-lucky ex-army officer, pitchforked into espionage, finds himself the centre of a tangled web of treachery and intrigue.
Director SYDNEY J. FURIE. Films: page 15

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Caine
Unknown:
Nigel Green
Unknown:
Guy Doleman
Unknown:
Sue Lloyd
Director:
Sydney J. Furie.
Harry Palmer:
Michael Caine
Dalby:
Nigel Green
ROSS:
Guy Doleman
Jean:
Sue Lloyd
Carswell:
Gordon Jackson
Radcliffe:
Aubrey Richards
Bluej ay:
Frank Gatliff
Barney:
Thomas Baptiste

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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