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with William Rushton The Geranium of Flut by WILLIAM RUSHTON
With CHRISTOPHER BIGGINS as the Archbishop
FlUt is an island. Its ruler is the Geranium. Its television is run by the Archbishop-and the British Ambassador to Flut is
William Rushton.
Today: The Royal Visit to Flut

Contributors

Unknown:
William Rushton
Unknown:
William Rushton
Unknown:
Christopher Biggins
Unknown:
William Rushton.

The Roses Match
Yorkshire v Lancashire from Bradford
The second morning's play. Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
JIM LAKER , FRED TRUEMAN
Television presentation
DAVID KENNING and BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Introduced By:
Peter West
Commentators:
Richie Benaud
Unknown:
Jim Laker
Unknown:
Fred Trueman
Unknown:
David Kenning
Unknown:
Bill Taylor

Valerie Singleton presents a personal report on some happenings today and yesterday in four capital cities of Europe. 4: Paris
Val rides on the Express M├ętrotells the sad story of Toulouse Lautrec, the crippled painter - meets a top fashion designer and learns that the Paris fashion parade was started by an Englishman!
Producer EDWARD BARNES
Director DAVID BROWN

Contributors

Unknown:
Valerie Singleton
Producer:
Edward Barnes
Director:
David Brown

featuring this week Coventry v Bury
This year's Sportstown Final is between the two strongest teams in the competition. Coventry with great depth* in their choice of competitors were the favourites to reach this year's final, but Bury have reached this final stage with the more impressive record. They easily won their first round tie and gained a similar victory in the semi-finals With a completely changed team.
The sports for this year's Sportstown Final are swimming, tug-of-war, handball, judo, badminton and basketball,
The presentation of the Sportstown Trophy and the Junior Award will be made by Jim Fox , modern pentathlon gold medal winner in Montreal. Introduced by DAVID VINE and DAVID SAUNDERS
Producer PAUL LANG

Contributors

Unknown:
Jim Fox
Introduced By:
David Vine
Introduced By:
David Saunders
Producer:
Paul Lang

A film starring Lance Kerwin as Adam, Jim Pritchett as Tom
It's mighty difficult for 12-year-old Adam when his mother re-marries and he has to take on hard chores at his step-father's farm. Nothing he does seems to satisfy his task-master; but then a crisis causes them to work together against time and builds a bond between them.

(Noel Edmonds introduces a Multi-Coloured Swap Shop from 1976, Festival 77, BBC2 Thursday, 7.40 pm)

Contributors

Presenter (Noel Edmonds Introduces):
Noel Edmonds
Director:
Daniel Wilson
Adam:
Lance Kerwin
Tom:
Jim Pritchett
Rebecca:
Barbara Andrew
Elizabeth:
Karen Sedore
Jody:
Ray Belleran
Drover:
Brendon Fay
Matt Price:
Ed Crowley

by JOHN CHAPMAN and ERIC MERRIMAN starring
Terry Scott and June Whitfield
An invitation to spend the weekend at a stately home finds Terry somewhat out of his depth.
Designer DAPHNE SHORTMAN
Producer PETER WHITMORE

Contributors

Unknown:
John Chapman
Unknown:
Eric Merriman
Unknown:
Terry Scott
Designer:
Daphne Shortman
Producer:
Peter Whitmore
Terry Fletcher:
Terry Scott
June Fletcher:
June Whitfield
Countess of Buckleigh:
Joan Benham
Earl of Buckleigh:
Anthony Howard
Susan:
Pippa Page
Lord James:
Martin Wimbush

This programme tells two stories of the kind everybody likes - success stories, how somebody got to the top -and, more intriguingly, why. As these so-different stories unfold, they show that highly successful people share the same winning capacities - hard work and dedication to a goal. Their daydreams are working blueprints.
Laura Ashley and her husband Bernard have spent 24 years building up an international enterprise from a kitchen-workshop start.
Peter Powell has - seemingly - rocketed from painting white lines on airport runways to big money by designing a revolutionary kite. But when you hear his hilarious story you find that the background was years of experiment.
Film cameraman ROY GLADIS. Film editor MAX WHEELER Production team
AUDREY BARNES , PATSY PIESSI Producer TOM SAVAGE

Contributors

Unknown:
Laura Ashley
Unknown:
Peter Powell
Unknown:
Roy Gladis.
Editor:
Max Wheeler
Unknown:
Audrey Barnes
Unknown:
Patsy Piessi
Producer:
Tom Savage

starring
Frankie Howerd , Bill Fraser
Hermione Baddeley , Robert Coote Lance Percival , Dora Bryan
Stanley Holloway , Zsa Zsa Gabor
Private Lurk is the last of a long line of cowards! In 1914 he finds himself in deadly peril on the Western Front, the possessor of a militarily important - not to say cheeky - tattoo, and a target for the seductive advances of that most glamorous German spy, Mata Hari.
Director BOB KELLETT. Films: page 8 (First showing on British television)

Contributors

Unknown:
Frankie Howerd
Unknown:
Bill Fraser
Unknown:
Hermione Baddeley
Unknown:
Robert Coote
Unknown:
Lance Percival
Unknown:
Dora Bryan
Unknown:
Stanley Holloway
Unknown:
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Unknown:
Mata Hari.
Director:
Bob Kellett.
Lurk:
Frankie Howerd
Mata Hari:
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Groping:
Bill Fraser
Von Gutz:
Lance Percival
Fanny:
Madeline Smith
Monique:
Hermione Baddeley
Vincento:
Stanley Holloway
Lord Twithampton:
William Mervyn
Cora Orumpington:
Dora Bryan
Nigel Phipps-Fortescue:
Jonathan -Cecil
Burke:
Robert Coote
Von Kobler:
Peter Bull
The Music Man:
Peter Greenwell

Unforgettable songs with outrageous titles and dances to match.
Guest artist Larry Grayson
Featuring Doreen Hermitage, Jenny Wren, Josephine Gordon, Julia Sutton, Norma Dunbar, Jenny Till, Susan Hayes, Anne Clements, Denis Martin, Deryk Parkin, Geoffrey Brawn, Norman Warwick, David Machin, Warwick Evans, Richard Freeman
The above artists appear by arrangement with the Players' Theatre, London.
BBC Manchester

Contributors

Entertainer:
Larry Grayson
Performer/Choreography:
Doreen Hermitage
Performer:
Jenny Wren
Performer:
Josephine Gordon
Performer:
Julia Sutton
Performer:
Norma Dunbar
Performer:
Jenny Till
Performer:
Susan Hayes
Performer:
Anne Clements
Performer:
Denis Martin
Performer:
Deryk Parkin
Performer:
Geoffrey Brawn
Performer:
Norman Warwick
Performer:
David Machin
Performer:
Warwick Evans
Performer:
Richard Freeman
Musical Director:
Bernard Herrmann
Musical Arrangements:
Pat Nash
Music Associate:
Geoffrey Brawn
Research:
Denis Martin
Designer:
Peter Mavius
Producer:
Barney Colehan

BBC One London

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