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A story from Czechoslovakia. Out looking for mushrooms, four boys discover a postbag, and this provides temptation for one of them. Story told by PETER hawkins
Presented by peggy MILLER

Contributors

Told By:
Peter Hawkins
Presented By:
Peggy Miller

Told by Paul JONES
Long ago, in the city of Baghdad, there lived a man called Sinbad. One day he decided to travel and see the world, so he bought himself a ship. He made so many voyages and had so many adventures that he became known as Sinbad the Sailor.
A cartoon film made hy CZECHOSLOVAK FILMEXFORT

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Told By:
Paul Jones

Windermere in Spring
A look at England's largest and most-used lake in the months before the crowds arrive. Narrator DEREK hart
An evocative film about one of the most beautiful spots in Britain (SUNDAY TIMES) An authentic gem (OBSERVER) Film editor PETER GIBBS
Written and produced by DON HAWORTH BBC Manchester

Contributors

Narrator:
Derek Hart
Editor:
Peter Gibbs
Produced By:
Don Haworth

Introduced by Tony Gubba
1.35; 2.10; 2.45*
Racing from Haydock
1.45 Royal Crown Derby Maiden Stakes (5f)
2.15 Minton Novices' Handicap 'Chase (25m)
2.55 Royal Doulton Handicap Hurdle (2m)
Europe's top hurdlers compete for the country's richest-ever handicap hurdle prize.
Commentators PETER O'SULLEV AN
JULIAN WILSON , RICHARD PITMAN and JIMMY LINDLEY
1.50; 2.25; 3.0*
Motor Sport from Wales
The Texaco Rallysprint
Many of the world's top rally stars compete in a knockout competition against the clock on this breath-taking downhill rally stage through the Esgair Dafydd Forest. Commentator MIKE dicken
2.25; 3.30*
International
Weightlifting from The Forum, Wythenshawe Great Britain v China for the Climax Trophy
The British team will be looking for revenge after their defeat in China last year. With places in the Commonwealth Games still at stake, the British lifters will have two targets in this important match. Commentator RON PICKERING
4.0*
International
Show Jumping from The All England Club, Hickstead, featuring the Embassy International Grand Prix The richest class of the meeting worth E3,000 in prize money.
Commentator DORIAN WILLIAMS
4.45* Final Score
Including a check on all today's important results.
Today's timetable :
1.35 Racing; 1.50 Rallysprint; 2.18 Racing
2.25 Rallysprint, Weightlifting; 2.45Racing
3 Rallysprint: 3.30 Weightlifting
4.0 Show Jumping; 4.45 Final Score
* Timings may be changed by events TV presentation: Racing NICK HUNTER Motor Sport RICHARD TILLING Weightlifting HUW JONES
Show Jumping FRED VINER

Contributors

Introduced By:
Tony Gubba
Commentators:
Peter O'Sullev An
Unknown:
Julian Wilson
Unknown:
Richard Pitman
Unknown:
Jimmy Lindley
Commentator:
Ron Pickering
Commentator:
Dorian Williams
Unknown:
Fred Viner

Regional Variations (2)

Billy Smart's Children's Circus

BBC One Scotland

BBC television's annual visit to the big top for international circus entertainment from stars of the future.
Introduced by ringmaster David Smart Jr From Britain:
Eight Appaloosa ponies presented by Tommy Roberts From Italy:
Miss Barbara juggling 25 feet above the circus ring on a single trapeze and Rey de los Muneos
SILVANO and his eight-year-old daughter MARAIKA with a comedy contortion act
From Portugal: The Lorados bouncing across the ring on a slack rope
From Liverpool: The Dounos three talented acrobatic young ladies
From Scotland:
Phyllis Allen and her dogs, assisted by Giselle Wilson From Italy:
The Biasini Family
MARAIKA, SERGIO and LARRISA with their traditional rolling globes From England:
Davida and Gabriella Smart working on a unique revolving aerial trapeze created especially for this occasion with The Jackie Palmer Dancers
Circus production OLGA SMART
Musical director LAURIE HOLLOWAY Lighting SAM BRANTER Sound JEFF BAKER
Designer ALLAN ANSON
Television presentation KEN GRlFFIN

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Presented By:
Tommy Roberts
Unknown:
Phyllis Allen
Assisted By:
Giselle Wilson
Dancers:
Jackie Palmer
Director:
Laurie Holloway
Unknown:
Ken Grlffin

Bruce Forsyth invites you to watch one of his favourite editions of The Generation Game. with Anthea Redfern
Orchestra conducted by RONNIE HAZLEHURST Programme associates
BARRY CRYER , GARRY CHAMBERS
Designer PAULTRERISE. Producer ALAN BOYD Executive producer ROBIN NASH

Contributors

Unknown:
Bruce Forsyth
Conducted By:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Unknown:
Barry Cryer
Producer:
Alan Boyd
Producer:
Robin Nash

A Bank Holiday show starring Syd Little and Eddie Large
Written by Eddie Braben, Eric Davidson, David Renwick, Gavin Osborn
Script associate Tony Hawes
featuring Geoffrey Richer's Birds of a Feather
with special guest stars Petula Clark , Boney M The Stylistics
Ronnie Hazlehurst and his Orchestra

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Star/comedian:
Syd Little
Star/comedian:
Eddie Large
Written by:
Eddie Braben
Written by:
Eric Davidson
Written by:
David Renwick
Written by:
Gavin Osborn
Script Associate:
Tony Hawes
Special guest:
Petula Clark
Special guests:
Boney M
Special guests:
The Stylistics
Musical Director:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Choreographer:
Geoffrey Richer
Vocal director:
Maggie Stredder
Vocal backing:
The Ladybirds
Sound:
Keith Gunn
Lighting:
Bill Millar
Designer:
Anna Ridley
Producer:
Michael Hurll

starring George Peppard
James Mason , Ursula Andress with Jeremy Kemp , Karl Michael Vogler Anton Diff ring
The Blue Max - nickname of the highest award for Germany's flying aces during World War I. George Peppard as Bruno Stachel is determined to win this coveted medal - by fair means or foul.
Director JOHN GUILLERMIN. Films: page It

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Unknown:
George Peppard
Unknown:
James Mason
Unknown:
Ursula Andress
Unknown:
Jeremy Kemp
Unknown:
Karl Michael Vogler
Unknown:
Anton Diff
Unknown:
I. George Peppard
Unknown:
Bruno Stachel
Director:
John Guillermin.
Bruno Stachel:
George Peppard
Count von Klugermann:
James Mason
Countess Kaeti:
Ursula Andress
Willi von Klugermann:
Jeremy Kemp
Heidemann:
Karl Michael Vogler
Elfi Heidemann:
Loni von Friedl
Holbach:
Anton Diffring
Rupp:
Peter Woodthorpe
Kettering:
Harry Towb
Ziegel:
Derek Newark
Fabian:
Derren Nesbitt
Baron von Richthofen:
Carl Schell
Crown Prince:
Roger Ostime

Regional Variations (2)

Duration: 10 minutes

on BBC One West

A news report on a wet bank holiday highlights one lady's resentment of the association between May Day and Communism. (1978) Show more

Paris - the Spring of 1968 May 68: A student hurls a cobblestone at a phalanx of blackhelmeted police. Tear gas eddies round the Quartier Latin. Slogans sprout: ' Power is on the streets ', ' Imagination has taken power'. Ten million on strike. De Gaulle's mighty monolith of power shudders. The General disappears. Everything seemed possible.
May 78: France has enjoyed a decade of stability and prosperity, and in March voted herself five more years of the status quo. To the students of today, 68 is folklore, ancient history. The institutions of De Gaulle's Fifth Republic remain serene, unchallenged.
So what did happen in 68? And what has happened to the men and women of that unforgettable spring? ' They are older, richer, fatter - and their children don't throw stones at the policemen any more,' says one of the old soldiers of the Paris barricades. David Jessel listens to the echoes, investigates the ghosts of the movement which, for a few heady weeks ten years ago, set the streets, the country, and the 60s on fire.
Produced by PETER CERESOLE
Executive producer FRANK SMITH

Contributors

Unknown:
David Jessel
Produced By:
Peter Ceresole
Producer:
Frank Smith

Regional Variations (2)

A ghost story by Peter McDougall
That's the chant Cornish children sing when the local tramp shuffles by. No one has heard him speak, but now old Tarry seems to have a frightening message for Jonah, the school's toughest tearaway.

Contributors

Writer:
Peter McDougall
Music composed by:
Jeremy Barlow
Sound:
Tony Millier
Lighting:
Nigel Wright
Designer:
Barry Newbery
Producer:
Frank Hatherley
Director:
John Reardon
Tarry Dan:
Paul Curran
Jonah Grattan:
Colin Mayes
Darra:
Michael Deeks
Willie:
Simon Gipps-Kent
Kenny:
Gareth Shiels
Mr Johnson:
Colin Jeavons

BBC One London

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BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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