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A 5-part story by HELEN CRESSWELL The village of Shoredale was off the beaten track and people tended to pass it by-Jumbo decides to change all this. 4: On the Map
Producer DAPHNE JONES
Director JEREMY SWAN

Contributors

Story By:
Helen Cresswell
Producer:
Daphne Jones
Director:
Jeremy Swan
Jumbo:
Mark Weavers
Maggots:
Natalie Boyce
Freckles:
John Weavers
Mike:
Huw Higginson
Bill:
Christopher Watts
Dick:
John O'Farrell
Steve:
Jeffrey Chapman
Mr Spencer:
Jim Smilie
Mrs Spencer:
Helen Fraser
Mr Jefferson:
Lionel Taylor
Miss Mogg:
Betty Woolfe
Vicar:
John Quayle
Julie:
Katy Elphick
Foxy Fred:
Darren Skinner
His father:
David Strong
His mother:
Martha Ross
Mrs Perkins:
Judy Wilson
Mr Bennett:
Geoffrey Russell

In Search of a Champion Heat 4: Wales with Phil Drabble and Eric Halsall and MEIRION JONES with Jaff GWYN JONES With
Bill GLYN JONES with Gel
Producer PHILIP S. GILBERT

Contributors

Unknown:
Phil Drabble
Unknown:
Eric Halsall
Unknown:
Meirion Jones
Unknown:
Bill Glyn Jones
Producer:
Philip S. Gilbert

Valerie Singleton presents a personal report on some happenings today and yesterday in four capital cities of Europe. 2: Vienna
VAL visits the palaces of the Imperial City - meets the Vienna Boys' Choir - the men and horses of the Spanish Riding School-and a 90-year-old princess who waltzed at the court of Emperor Franz Josef.
Producer EDWARD BARNES

Contributors

Unknown:
Valerie Singleton
Unknown:
Franz Josef.
Producer:
Edward Barnes

More Than Bricks and Mortar
European Architectural Heritage Year brought into sharp focus the danger of forfeiting by default that part of our heritage represented by the best of our buildings. Tonight, Nationwide shows some of the remarkable acts of rescue - from a humble windmill to the Prince of Wales's home - which have preserved for future generations what we have inherited. Reporter Philip Tibenham
Film cameraman FINTON SHEEHAN Film editor LAURIE CHOAT Producer ALAN SCALES

Contributors

Reporter:
Philip Tibenham

with John Carter and Norma Shepherd
The latest news of developments affecting your holiday. Resort reports from Britain and abroad. In the studio - up-to-the-minute holiday advice, comment and information.
Producer TOM SAVAGE

Contributors

Unknown:
John Carter
Unknown:
Norma Shepherd

Regional Variations (2)

Bugs Bunny

BBC One Wales

featuring this week Bury v Irvine
Bury reached this first Sportstown semi-final by beating Spennymoor by one of the largest margins ever in a Sportstown series. Tonight they are at home to the only Scottish team in the competition, Irvine, who overcame the challenge of Whitehaven in the first round.
Tonight's programme includes soccer, tumbling, netball, volley-ball, badminton and the junior event, wrestling.
Introduced by DAVID VINE and DAVID SAUNDERS
Producer PAUL LANG

Contributors

Introduced By:
David Vine
Introduced By:
David Saunders
Producer:
Paul Lang

The Amazing Cosmic Awareness of Duffy Moon A film starring
Ike Eisenmann as Duffy Moon Lance Kerwin as Peter Finley Jim Backus as Dr Flamel Ike Eisenmann , who recently star-red as Scott Jordan in The Fantastic Journey, takes another trip into the realm of fantasy as Duffy, a diminutive 11-year-old who decides he will no longer endure bullying and takes a self-improvement course with amazing results.
Director LARRY ELIKANN

Contributors

Unknown:
Duffy Moon
Unknown:
Ike Eisenmann
Unknown:
Duffy Moon
Unknown:
Lance Kerwin
Unknown:
Peter Finley
Unknown:
Jim Backus
Unknown:
Dr Flamel Ike Eisenmann
Unknown:
Scott Jordan
Director:
Larry Elikann

by John Chapman and Eric Merriman
Starring Terry Scott and June Whitfield

A woman's work is never done! Terry tries to prove otherwise when June decides to spend a whole day in bed.
(Repeat)

Contributors

Writer:
John Chapman
Writer:
Eric Merriman
Designer:
Lesley Bremness
Producer:
Peter Whitmore
Terry Fletcher:
Terry Scott
June Fletcher:
June Whitfield
Aunt Lucy:
Beryl Cooke
Mrs. Fletcher:
Pearl Hackney
Mr. Fletcher:
Norman Bird
[Actress]:
Patsy Blower
[Actress]:
Anita Kay
[Actress]:
Lorna Nathan

Tourists are a problem in every great capital and Fyfe Robertson finds in London that our third biggest and fastest-growing industry, with a turnover of around £4,000 million a year, has never been systematically studied; that nobody is doing anything to prevent growing frustration for London's residents and commuters as its invaders, native and foreign, rise to a forecast 12 million in the early 80s.
Film cameraman ROY GLADISH Film editor MAX WHEELER Producer TOM SAVAGE

Contributors

Unknown:
Fyfe Robertson
Editor:
Max Wheeler
Producer:
Tom Savage

starring Sandy Dennis with Ian McKellen, Michael Coles, John Standing, Eleanor Bron
As a result of a brief affair, Rosamund Stacey finds herself pregnant. After initial doubts, she decides to have the baby - but not to tell the father.
Sandy Dennis gives a fine performance in this contemporary love story.
Screenplay by Margaret Drabble from her novel The Millstone
Films: page 10 (First showing on British television)

Contributors

Screenplay/Author of novel:
Margaret Drabble
Director:
Waris Hussein
Rosamund:
Sandy Dennis
George:
Ian McKellen
Joe:
Michael Coles
Roger:
John Standing
Mrs Stacey:
Peggy Thorpe-Bates
Mr Stacey:
Kenneth Benda
Beatrice:
Deborah Stanford
Mike:
Roger Hammond
Lydia:
Eleanor Bron
Sister Bennet:
Margaret Tyzack
Dr Prothero:
Maurice Denham
Sister Harvey:
Rachel Kempson

A series of six impromptu talks by A.J.P. Taylor
Wars are as old as civilisation. How and why do they happen? Is there a pattern the historian can discern? Are wars inevitable?
A.J.P. Taylor talks about the origins of war in modern times, from the French revolutionary wars of the 18th century to the Cold War in our own time.
Tonight he considers not only how but when the Second World War began. He describes how a series of small wars, including the war between England and Germany, grew into a great one.

Contributors

Speaker:
A.J.P. Taylor
Producer:
Edward Mirzoeff

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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