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With BERNARD CRIBBINS Mortimer's Tie by JOAN AIKEN
Today: All's Well That Ends Well
Pictures by QUENTIN BLAKE
Directed by ANGELA BEECHING
Executive producer ANNA HOME

Contributors

Unknown:
Bernard Cribbins
Unknown:
Joan Aiken
Unknown:
Quentin Blake
Directed By:
Angela Beeching
Producer:
Anna Home

The story of one of the magnificent shire horses still to be seen on their daily delivery round in the City of London, as well as on more glamorous occasions such as drawing the Lord Mayor's coach. Story told by JOHNNY MORRIS
Presented by PEGGY MILLER

Contributors

Told By:
Johnny Morris
Presented By:
Peggy Miller

with Bernard Holley
Jonny Briggs and the Ghost by JOAN EADINGTON
Today: The Football
Pictures by JIM RUSSELL Directed by JOHN PROWSE Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Executive producer ANNA HOME

Contributors

Unknown:
Bernard Holley
Unknown:
Jonny Briggs
Unknown:
Joan Eadington
Unknown:
Jim Russell
Directed By:
John Prowse
Producer:
Angela Beeching
Producer:
Anna Home

Introduced by Ed Stewart starring Peter Glaze
Jan Hunt and Bernie Clifton with guests from the world of pop.
Script BOB HEDLEY , TONY HARE
Music BERT HAYES AND HIS ORCHESTRA Lighting NIGEL WRIGHT Designer ANNA RIDLEY Director ALAN BELL
Producer BRIAN PENDERS
Executive producer ROBIN NASH
Crackerjack Games 2, 50p, from took-shops

Contributors

Introduced By:
Ed Stewart
Unknown:
Peter Glaze
Unknown:
Jan Hunt
Unknown:
Bernie Clifton
Script:
Bob Hedley
Script:
Tony Hare
Music:
Bert Hayes
Unknown:
Nigel Wright
Designer:
Anna Ridley
Director:
Alan Bell
Producer:
Brian Penders
Producer:
Robin Nash

Live from London, and with studio and film features from all corners of the country.
Presented by FRANK BOUGH
SUE LAWLEY, VALERIE SINGLETON
JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS the programme sets out to give you the best picture of the events and stories that are Nationwide current affairs.
Including at 6.40* Sportswide with Peter Walker

Contributors

Presented By:
Frank Bough
Unknown:
Valerie Singleton
Unknown:
John Stapleton
Unknown:
Bob Wellings
Unknown:
Peter Walker

The song which will represent the United Kingdom at the Eurovision Song Contest in Paris will be chosen this evening from the 12 finalists, who will perform live before an invited audience in the Royal Albert Hall, London. Juries from 14 regions will vote for the winning song.
Song No 1: Shine It On performed by Christian
Song No 2: Oh No, Look What You've Done performed by Brown Sugar
Song No 3: Door In My Face performed by The Fruit Eating Bears
Song No 4: Moments performed by Jacquie Sullivan
Song No 5: Too Much In Love performed by Sunshine
Song No 6: Lonely Nights performed by Ronnie France
Song No 7: One Glance performed by The Jarvis Brothers
Song No 8: The Bad Old Days performed by Co-Co
Song No 9: We Got It Bad performed by Bob James
Song No 10: Don't Bother To Knock performed by Midnight
Song No 11: Don't Let Me Stand In Your Way performed by Babe Rainbow
Song No 12: Solid Love performed by Labi Siffre
Introduced by Terry Wogan who says "I compered A Song for Europe last year - though it wasn't shown then on TV - and I was very impressed by the standard of the songs and performances. In fact, I thought it was far higher than the general standard in the Eurovision Song Contest itself. This year I shall be introducing both shows again, and I feel our chances should be good. The British entries for the Eurovision contest have always been of high quality, and our overall record is very good - we've usually been in the first three."

Contributors

Introduced by:
Terry Wogan
Sound:
Chris Holcombe
Lighting:
Bert Robinson
Designer:
Victor Meredith
Producer:
Stewart Morris
Orchestra:
Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra

A series of eight dramatic reconstructions of stories which made the headlines

13 April 1970, en route to the moon: "...My main worry is to get back to the Earth's atmosphere, even if we can't make a re-entry. It's better to go out like a meteor than fly round the sun forever."

Contributors

Writer:
Brian Clark
Writer:
Jim Hawkins
Jim Lovell:
Ed Bishop
Fred Haise:
Keith Alexander
Jack Swigert:
Bob Sherman
Gene Kranz:
Jerry Harte
Glynn Lunney:
Michael Ensign
Jack Lousma:
Weston Gavin
Joe Kerwin:
Paul Meier
Vance Brand:
John Ratzenberger
Charlie Duke:
Peter Banks
Chris Kraft:
Philip O'Brien
RETRO Deiterich:
Larry Hoodekoff
EECOM Liebergot:
Bill Hootkins
TELMU Peters:
Norwich Duff
FIDO:
Tim Devlin
CONTROL:
Chris Muncke
GUIDO 1:
Francis Napier
GUIDO 2:
Bob Sheedy
RETRO 2:
Ray Jewers
GNC:
Burnell Tucker
TELMU:
Kenneth Garner
INCO:
Billy J. Mitchell
Computer Man:
Blain Fairman
Recovery 1:
David Baxt
Recovery 2:
Stephen Lester
Switchboard girl:
Sandra Hayton
Switchboard girl:
Jane Singer
Switchboard girl:
Gail Henley
Surgeon:
Robert Whelan
James McDivett:
Bud Strait
Marilyn Lovell:
Alison Coleridge
Narrator:
Frank Duncan
Designer:
Keith Harris
Videotape Editor:
Chris Booth
Executive Producer:
Anthony Isaacs
Producer:
Frank Cox
Director:
Ben Rea

Explaining the news that will still matter tomorrow - tonight. Introduced by DENIS TUOHY with the John Timpson report
Editor MIKE TOWNSON

Contributors

Introduced By:
Denis Tuohy
Unknown:
John Timpson
Editor:
Mike Townson

starring Rod Steiger
Lee Remick , George Segal with Eileen Heckart
Murray Hamilton , Michael Dunn
Rod Steiger provides a series of brilliant impersonations in this highly successful black comedy in which a bizarre camaraderie develops over the telephone between a killer and the harassed detective trying to track him down.
Based on the novel by WILLIAM GOLDMAN Directed by JACK SMIGHT Films: page »

Contributors

Unknown:
Rod Steiger
Unknown:
Lee Remick
Unknown:
George Segal
Unknown:
Eileen Heckart
Unknown:
Murray Hamilton
Unknown:
Michael Dunn
Unknown:
Rod Steiger
Novel By:
William Goldman
Directed By:
Jack Smight
Christopher Gill:
Rod Steiger
Kate Palmer:
Lee Remick
Morris Brummel:
George Segal
Mrs Brummel:
Eileen Heckart
Inspector Haines:
Murray Hamilton
Mr Kupperman:
Michael Dunn
Alma Mulloy:
Martine Bartlett
Belle Poppie:
Barbara Baxley
Mrs FittS:
Irene Dailey
Sylvia Poppie:
Doris Roberts
Mrs Himmel:
Ruth White
Detective Monaghan:
Val Bisoglio
Lieutenant Dawson:
David Doyle
Sadie:
Kim August

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