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Calling Young Film-makers! The last of five programmes Introduced by MICHAEL RODD How can I make a winner?
Producer DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester

Contributors

Introduced By:
Michael Rodd
Producer:
David Brown

The Benson and Hedges Cup Final
Gloucestershire v Kent from Lord's
Kent, the holders, are immensely experienced and successful in one-day cricket, and -will start favourites to take the Cup and the winners' prize money of £3,250.
Mike Procter 's Gloucestershire team will have other ideas - Procter is the best all-round cricketer in the world; his 6 for 13 including the hat-trick in the semi-final is the sort of individual performance that could give Gloucestershire their second-ev.er one-day cricket title.
Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
JIM LAKER , GEOFFREY BOYCOTT
Television presentation
DAVID KENNING and BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown:
Mike Procter
Introduced By:
Peter West
Commentators:
Richie Benaud
Unknown:
Jim Laker
Unknown:
Geoffrey Boycott
Unknown:
David Kenning
Unknown:
Bill Taylor

featuring Cricket, Athletics.
Show Jumping and Racing
Introduced by Frank Bough
1.10, 4.15*
International
Show Jumping from Hickstead
The Castella Pairs
Competition
An unusual event in which teams of two horses jump abreast against the clock, with penalty faults for getting out of line.
The Embassy Masters
An international competition for prize money of £3,000.
Commentator RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD

Contributors

Introduced By:
Frank Bough

Music and madcap antics from the singing dogs, Toff, Scat and Boney, and a yard full of friends and help from
Paul and Peta Page
Ted Merwood, Len Lowe
Written by JOHN MORLEY Music GEORGE MICHIE
DesignerQUENTIN CHASES PETER
Producer RIDSDALE SCOTT BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown:
Len Lowe
Written By:
John Morley
Music:
George Michie
Designer:
Quentin Chases Peter
Producer:
Ridsdale Scott
Gerry:
Jonty Miller

Nanette Newman presents her guests
Les Andrews, Roger Moore while Graeme Garden tries to boggle your mind.
With THE TOMMY WHITTLE QUINTET and JACQUIE SULLIVAN
Sound JACK SUDIC
Lighting GERRY MILLERSON Designer JOHN HURST
Producers JOHNNY DOWNES , ROGER ORDISH

Contributors

Unknown:
Nanette Newman
Unknown:
Roger Moore
Unknown:
Graeme Garden
Unknown:
Jacquie Sullivan
Unknown:
Gerry Millerson
Designer:
John Hurst
Producers:
Johnny Downes
Producers:
Roger Ordish

starring Tony Curtis
Janet Leigh , David Farrar with Herbert Marshall
Many spectacular and ferocious battle scenes punctuate the tale of treachery against King Henry IV before life can return to the medieval essentials of jousting and drinking.
Director RUDOLPH MATE . Films: page 13

Contributors

Unknown:
Tony Curtis
Unknown:
Janet Leigh
Unknown:
David Farrar
Unknown:
Herbert Marshall
Director:
Rudolph Mate
Myles Falworth:
Tony Curtis
Lady Anne:
Janet Leigh
Earl of Alban:
David Farrar
Meg Falworth:
Barbara Rush
Earl of Mackworth:
Herbert Marshall
Sir James:
Torin Thatcher
Prince Hal:
Dan O'Herlihy
Diccon Bowman:
Rhys Williams
King Henry IV:
Ian Keith
Walter Blunt:
Patrick O'Neal
Francis Gascoyne:
Craig Hill

An outside broadcast from the BBC1 Big Top which this week visits Bournemouth
Special guest stars Little and Large starring The Bachelors with Showaddywaddy, Dave Ismay The James Boys , Shades of Love and Tony Blackburn featuring NEW EDITION
Presenting Heat 6 of the Miss Seaside Special 1977 Natural Beauty Contest
RONNIE HAZLEHURST AND HIS
ORCHESTRA
Choreography GEOFFREY RICHER
Vocal direction MAGGIE STREDDER
Recorded in the Big Top of Gerry Cattle's Circus
Director PHIL BISHOP
Producer MICHAEL HURLL

Contributors

Unknown:
Dave Ismay
Unknown:
James Boys
Unknown:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Producer:
Michael Hurll

The sixth of eight stories from the Club of the Damned
Judy Cornwell , Lewis Fiander and Catherine Schell in Viktoria by SUE LAKE
' I have heard her ... whispering to herself ... giggling ... why doesn't she come out of her room?'
Costume ROBIN FRASER PAYS Make-up TONI CHAPMAN Designer ALLAN ANSON
Producer PIEFER ROGERS Director PETER SASDY

Contributors

Unknown:
Judy Cornwell
Unknown:
Lewis Fiander
Unknown:
Catherine Schell
Unknown:
Sue Lake
Unknown:
Robin Fraser Pays
Unknown:
Toni Chapman
Designer:
Allan Anson
Producer:
Piefer Rogers
Director:
Peter Sasdy
Sir Charles:
Esmond Knight
Elizabeth/Viktoria:
Mia Nadasi
Paul:
Lewis Fiander
Margaret:
Judy Cornwell
Kati:
Susan Richards
Young Viktoria:
Genevieve-West
Theresa:
Catherine Schell
Edward:
Norman Eshley
Rosa:
Gilda Cohen

starring Lena Martell
also featuring The Tony Mansell Singers, Brian Fahey and the Scottish Radio Orchestra, leader Ian Tyre
Pianist Paul Horner
Musical arrangements Nicky Welsh
BBC Scotland

Contributors

Star/singer:
Lena Martell
Singers:
The Tony Mansell Singers
Musicians:
Brian Fahey and the Scottish Radio Orchestra
Leader:
Ian Tyre
Pianist:
Paul Horner
Musical arrangements:
Nicky Welsh
Sound:
Alan Bunting.
Lighting:
Roy Smith
Designer:
Helen Rae
Designer:
Bob Smart
Director:
David Mallet
Producer:
Iain MacFadyen

A second chance to see the story of how a young cattleman became a notorious bushranger starring Jon Finch , John Castle Evin Crowley and Vincent Ball
Brian Blain , Sandra Lee Patterson Yellowback by LINDSAY GALLOWAY
The police organise a manhunt for bushrangers and arrest Ben Hall 's wife Biddy as a deliberate ploy to lure him to Wheogo gaol.
Music by BRUOE SMEETON Producer NEIL MCCALLUM Director FRANK ARNOLD

Contributors

Unknown:
Jon Finch
Unknown:
John Castle
Unknown:
Evin Crowley
Unknown:
Vincent Ball
Unknown:
Brian Blain
Unknown:
Sandra Lee Patterson
Unknown:
Lindsay Galloway
Unknown:
Ben Hall
Music By:
Bruoe Smeeton
Producer:
Neil McCallum
Director:
Frank Arnold
Ben Hall:
Jon Finch
Frank Gardiner:
John Castle
Biddy Hall:
Evin Crowley
Sgt Garland:
Vincent Ball
Sir Frederick Pottinger:
Brian Blain
Kate Owen:
Sandra Lee Patterson
Morrison:
Brian James
McKenzie:
Ben Gabriel
Bacon:
John Cousins
Dargin:
Jack Charles
Daley:
Paul Bertram
Fordyce:
Martin Phelan
Bow:
Vince Martin
Pa Walsh:
Tom Farley
'Ma Walsh:
Ruth Cracknell
Owen:
Ian Dyson
McGuire:
Alfred Bell
Buchanan:
Max Osbiston
Mick Connolly:
Frank Gallagher
Mary Connolly:
Alexandra Hynes
Warrigal Walsh:
Chris King
' Saucepan ' Billy:
Les Foxcroft
Angela:
Elizabeth Alexander
Mrs Daley:
Melissa Jaffer
Mr Da ley:
Ed Thompson
Jock:
Kevin Healy

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