Programme Index

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9.38-10.0 Out of the Past Charles Dickens
Storyteller Extraordinary - Part 2 Written by MICHAEL AND MOLLIE HARDWICK
10.25-10 45 20th-century History One Man's Revolution: Mao Tse-tung
11.0 Watch
Lighthouses
11.18 Going to Work
Council Work

Contributors

Unknown:
Mollie Hardwick

with DONNY MACLEOD , DAVID SEYMOUR MARIAN FOSTER and JAN LEEMING including The Music Makers This week:
Jazzman Ronnie Scott
Editor TERRY DOBSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Donny MacLeod
Unknown:
David Seymour
Unknown:
Marian Foster
Unknown:
Jan Leeming
Unknown:
Ronnie Scott
Editor:
Terry Dobson

With MAGGIE HENDERSON and FRED HARRIS
Music by PETER GOSLING and DAVE MOSES Devised and produced by MICHAEL COLE
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE Book, It's Ragtime, 55p, from bookshops

Contributors

Unknown:
Maggie Henderson
Unknown:
Fred Harris
Music By:
Peter Gosling
Music By:
Dave Moses
Produced By:
Michael Cole
Producer:
Cynthia Felgate

2.32 Merry-go-Round
It's All Right: part 6
2.40 TV Club
Fakes, Frauds and Fiddles
Conjurers, con-men and stick insects
Introduced by DAVID FREELAND
With DAWN PERLLMAN, FERGUS ANC-KORN and MARK BLACKWELL BAKER Sketch written by BARRY TOOK Producer MORTON SURGUY

Contributors

Introduced By:
David Freeland
Unknown:
Mark Blackwell Baker
Written By:
Barry Took
Producer:
Morton Surguy

Stop with Peter Purves and Joanne Watson Watch
Swimming:
CHERYL BRAZENDALE prepares for the ASA Championships in Black-pool this week Soccer: another chance to win our World Cup quiz
Skateboarding:
SIMON NAPPER demonstrates 360s and 540s and news, views and results
Director MIKE ADLEY
Producer HAZEL LEWTHWAITE BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Purves
Unknown:
Joanne Watson
Unknown:
Cheryl Brazendale
Director:
Mike Adley

All this week Nationwide comes live from Brussels, headquarters of the European Community. More and more decisions that affect us all are made in Europe - and the programme will be looking at the things we have in common as well as the differences between Us and Them.
Including tonight: An outside broadcast from the beautiful mediaeval city of Bruges and a film with the group Genesis on tour in Europe.
Editor GORDON WATTS

Regional Variations (2)

A film series starring
Tonight:
The People's Choice
Julie Redmond wants to divorce her unscrupulous husband during his campaign for a seat in the Senate but is reportedly killed in a car accident.
Her friend Feather suspects foul play, however, and when she is uncomfortably near the truth another fatal accident is arranged ...

Contributors

Toni ' Feather ' Danton:
Stefanie Powers
Harry Danton:
Harold Gould
EnZO:
Frank Delfino
Margo:
Joan Shawlee
Murphy:
Dick O'Neill
Julie Redmond:
Elinor Donahue
Will Redmond:
Sam Groom
Lassiter:
Robert F Simon

Regional Variations (3)

It Ain't Half Hot Mum

Series 5

Front Line Entertainers

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

The Concert Party have been posted to Burma to entertain the fighting troops as near to the front as possible.

A series in 13 episodes
Colette O'Neil , Neil Stacy
Tom Watson and Patrick Malahide in 8: Strictly Confidential by CLIFF HANLEY
A young trainee reporter finds himself in big trouble when he leaks an ' exclusive ' to a rival newspaper - but discovers who his friends are.
Cast in order of appearance
Series created by PETER MAY and ALASTAIR BALFOUB Script editor MAGGIE ALLEN Designer DAVID MCKENZIE
Producer RODERICK GRAHAM Director GERRY MILL BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown:
Colette O'Neil
Unknown:
Neil Stacy
Unknown:
Tom Watson
Unknown:
Patrick Malahide
Unknown:
Cliff Hanley
Unknown:
Alastair Balfoub
Editor:
Maggie Allen
Designer:
David McKenzie
Producer:
Roderick Graham
Director:
Gerry Mill
Archie:
Bill Denniston
Tommy McCaine:
Gerard Kelly
George Smart:
Victor Carin
Moira Craig:
Jan Wilson
Colin Anderson:
Patrick Malahide
Felicity Grant:
Colette O'Neil
Alex Forsyth:
Tom Watson
Jack Petrie:
Robert Docherty
Tim Murphy:
Bill Riddoch
Fred Allan:
Colin Brown
Peter Dawson:
Neil Stacy
Sally Lambert:
Mary Ann Reid

Every time we take a drug, we take a calculated risk. All drugs are 'useful poisons' and some are more useful than others.
Medicines have a touch of magic - a genie in the bottle; a pill for every ill. And each time we take the tablets we expect them only to do us good.
Every day we in Britain collect one million prescriptions; every year we swallow 7,000 million pills. In a very real sense we are all on drugs.
Last month the Government launched a campaign to persuade us to cut down on our demands for unnecessary drugs. Our society's addiction costs millions of pounds a year in wasted pills.
In tonight's programme Caroline Medawar presents four aspects of the pharmaceutical industry. The film tells the story of four vitally important drugs in use today, and shows how the powder on the laboratory bench becomes the pill in the chemist's shop; how danger lurks in even the most familiar bottle; how the drug industry has become one business apparently certain of profit; how doctors, industry and patient all conspire to promote powerful drugs that many people don't really need. Narrator William Franklyn.

Contributors

Presenter:
Caroline Medawar
Narrator:
William Franklyn
Film Editor:
Christopher Woolley
Executive Producer:
Karl Sabbagh
Writer/Producer:
Christopher Riley

with Peter Alliss
A series of ten programmes for those who want to take up golf and for golfers who want to improve their game. And an opportunity for everyone to watch top players demonstrate their skills. 2:A Swing that Lasts
PETER ALLISS and his four regular pupils are joined this week by guest professionals Jean Donald and John Panton.
Producer GORDON MENZIES. BBC Scotland
(International Golf: The Colgate PGA Championship on Friday BBC1, BBC2)

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Alliss
Unknown:
Peter Alliss
Unknown:
Jean Donald
Unknown:
John Panton.
Producer:
Gordon Menzies.

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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