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DONNY MACLEOD
MARIAN FOSTER
JAN LEEMING and DAVID SEYMOUR
Today's programme includes the first in a new series of Grace and Flavour, with The Duchess of Duke Street cook, Michael Smith. There's also a special feature on the winners of the ' Young Technologists for Tomorrow' competition, and the start of the programme's own project-to rebuild an ancient Austin 7.
Editor TERRY DOBSOH

Contributors

Unknown:
Donny MacLeod
Unknown:
Marian Foster
Unknown:
Jan Leeming
Unknown:
David Seymour
Unknown:
Michael Smith.
Editor:
Terry Dobsoh

Michael Aspel introduces your requests from recent BBC television programmes.
With him in the studio, a guest to answer your questions.
Producer FRANCES WHITAKER
Send your requests to: Ask Aspel, BBC Television, London W12 8QT.

Contributors

Introduces:
Michael Aspel
Producer:
Frances Whitaker

Regional Variations (2)

Bilidowcar

BBC One Wales

by SYLVIA SHERRY
Dramatised in four parts by ALAN ENGLAND
3: Rocky takes Nabber to the docks to find his brother; but Simpson is looking for Joey O'Rourke as well.
Producer ANNA HOME
Director JOHN PROWSE

Contributors

Unknown:
Sylvia Sherry
Unknown:
Alan England
Unknown:
Joey O'Rourke
Producer:
Anna Home
Director:
John Prowse
Rooky:
Michael Mills
Nabber:
James Hoey
Simpson:
Bill Dean
Rafferty:
Eddie Ross
Joey:
Alan Pope
Flanagan:
Tom Georgeson
PC McMahon:
Bernard Holley
Mrs Flanagan:
Hilary Crane
Receptionist:
Mabs Thompson
Davey Oliver:
Robert Keegan
Billy:
Eamonn Deery
Chan:
Peter Chan
Begley:
Ernie MacK

Britain's most popular current affairs programme comes this week from the BBC's Cardiff studios and reflects the rich variety of the life and landscape of this historic principality.
Producer GORDON WATTS
Deputy editor STUART WILKINSON Editor JOHN GAU

Contributors

Producer:
Gordon Watts
Editor:
Stuart Wilkinson
Editor:
John Gau

Regional Variations (2)

The seven winning towns of the 1977 domestic series compete for the RADIO TIMES Trophy Guest stars
Frankie Vaughan and Andrew Competing towns: BEVERLEY, OLDHAM
MACCLESFIELD, CWMBRAN WINDSOR AND MAIDENHEAD SOCTHEND-ON-SEA, CRAWLEY
Tonight's programme is introduced from Park Hall, Charnock Richard , Lancashire, by STUART HALL and EDDIE WARING International referee
GENNARO OLIVIERI
Referees ARTHUR ELLIS , MIKE SWANN
Games arranger PAUL TRERISE Designer MEL BIBBY
Director GEOFF WILSON Producer CECIL KORER BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown:
Frankie Vaughan
Unknown:
Charnock Richard
Unknown:
Stuart Hall
Unknown:
Gennaro Olivieri
Unknown:
Referees Arthur Ellis
Unknown:
Mike Swann
Unknown:
Paul Trerise
Designer:
Mel Bibby
Director:
Geoff Wilson
Producer:
Cecil Korer

Regional Variations (2)

Secret Army

Series 1

Episode 1: Lisa-Code Name Yvette

Duration: 50 minutes

on BBC One West

Lifeline is an organisation to help allied airmen escape after being shot down in occupied Europe - working with the Resistance and hiding from the Gestapo.

A film series of hospital dramas tonight starring
The Quality of Mercy
Deplorable conditions in the emergency department of the County Hospital compel harassed resident doctors Caparelli and Hoffman to campaign against the all-powerful administration despite the peril to their careers.

Contributors

Dr Caparelli:
Scott Hylands
Dr Hoffman:
Tony Musante
Nurse McCullogh:
Catherine Burns
J R Morgan:
Harold Gould

The Voyager Missions
The two Voyager probes to the outer planets are probably the most ambitious of all automatic space-craft launched up to the present time. They should send back important new information about Jupiter, Saturn and their satellites - they may even go on to study Uranus and Neptune before finally leaving the Solar System altogether. Patrick Moore discusses the Voyager projects with Dr Garry Hunt of University College London, who has been involved in the planning of the missions.
Producer PATRICIA wood
Sky at Night 5, £4.00, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown:
Patrick Moore
Unknown:
Dr Garry Hunt

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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