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A lively look at words and letters with DONALD GEE
BOB HOSKINS and GAY HAMILTON
PATRICIA HAYES
ROSEMARY LEACH
NORMAN ROSSINGTON
MARTIN SHAW
Script BARRY TOOK
Adviser CATHERINE MOORHOUSE Director BARBARA DERKOW
Producer DAVID HARCREAVES

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald Gee
Unknown:
Bob Hoskins
Unknown:
Gay Hamilton
Unknown:
Patricia Hayes
Unknown:
Rosemary Leach
Unknown:
Norman Rossington
Unknown:
Martin Shaw
Script:
Barry Took
Unknown:
Catherine Moorhouse
Director:
Barbara Derkow
Producer:
David Harcreaves

The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v Pakistan from Edgbaston
Following the drawn series last winter, England will have no illusions about the difficulty of beating Pakistan, whose middle order batsmen, Haroon Rashid , Javed Miandad and Wasim Raja , are fluent, attacking players who could make a major impact on the series. England's best hopes of victory may lie with their fast bowlers, spearheaded by Bob Willis.
Introduced by PETER WEST
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD JIM LAKER and TED DEXTER
Television presentation by DAVID KENNING and BILL TAYLOR

Contributors

Unknown:
Haroon Rashid
Unknown:
Javed Miandad
Unknown:
Wasim Raja
Unknown:
Bob Willis.
Introduced By:
Peter West
Commentators:
Richie Benaud
Commentators:
Jim Laker
Presentation By:
David Kenning
Presentation By:
Bill Taylor

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 by CZECHOSLOVAK FILMEXPOKT

Contributors

Told By:
Paul Jones

Quick to Slow
In the river, trout and dippers like fast-flowing water. Frogs and tadpoles prefer a slower pace. A young otter takes to water for the first time, and gets a muddy nose. Music and narration by DEREK GRIFFITHS

Contributors

Unknown:
Derek Griffiths

with John Noakes, Lesley Judd and Simon Groom
For the past week Blue Peter viewers have been sending their suggestions for a name for the new Golden Retriever puppy. Today Simon announces the most popular choice.

Contributors

Presenter:
John Noakes
Presenter:
Lesley Judd
Presenter:
Simon Groom
Assistant Editor:
John Adcock
Editor:
Biddy Baxter

Featuring live by satellite from Argentina
The Opening Ceremony and The Opening Match
This evening the world's greatest football tournament gets under way in the vast River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires as representatives of the 16 competing nations gather for the colourful opening ceremony.

And after the festivities, the football:
Live at 6.50 West Germany v Poland
The whole of tonight's match which opens the XIth World Cup. The holders, West Germany, face formidable opposition from the country that finished third in the last tournament. When they met in their final group match in 1974, to decide a place in the Final, West Germany won by a single goal.
The Germans, who are still managed by the veteran Helmut Schoen, have qualified automatically as reigning World Champions, but their build-up has included a 3-1 defeat in Sweden, and defeat on their own home territory - for the first time since 1974 - by Brazil 1-0 in Hamburg. Poland's qualifying group also included Portugal, Denmark and Cyprus.
Commentator David Coleman

Introduced by Frank Bough
Comment and analysis by Jimmy Hill and the BBC World Cup experts, Jock Stein, Lawrie McMenemy, Bobby Charlton, Denis Law, John Bond, Trevor Brooking and Bob Wilson.

Daily World Cup news and background on Ceefax

Contributors

Presenter:
Frank Bough
Commentator:
David Coleman
Comment and analysis:
Jimmy Hill
Expert:
Jock Stein
Expert:
Lawrie McMenemy
Expert:
Bobby Charlton
Expert:
Denis Law
Expert:
John Bond
Expert:
Trevor Brooking
Expert:
Bob Wilson
Producer:
Alec Weeks
Producer:
John Philips
Studio Producer:
Martin Hopkins
Editor:
Jonathan Martin
Executive Producer:
Alan Hart
Executive Producer:
Alan Chivers

starring Des O'Connor who plays host to a gathering of some of the finest entertainment talent from Britain and America. Tonight's special guests include From Texas: Kenny Rogers
From Los Angeles: Kelly Monteith From New York: Dolores Gray From Nuneaton: Larry Grayson
Orchestra directed by COLIN KEYES
Designer ERIC WALMSLEY Producer JAMES moir

Contributors

Unknown:
Kenny Rogers
Unknown:
Larry Grayson
Directed By:
Colin Keyes
Designer:
Eric Walmsley
Producer:
James Moir

A season of BBC prize-winning artists and shows.
A play by Jack Rosenthal based on the book "Spend, Spend, Spend" by Vivian Nicholson and Stephen Smith
with Susan Littler as Vivian Nicholson and John Duttine as Keith Nicholson.
'I'm going to spend, spend, spend,' said Vivian Nicholson in 1961 when, together with her £7-a-week miner husband Keith, she won £152,319 on the pools. Now Vivian has spent it all and this play, based on her autobiography, shows what the money meant and where it went.
"Susan Littler is magnificent..." (DAILY MAIL)
"Jack Rosenthal's script, John Goldschmidt's direction and Phil Meheux's photography were faultless..." (DAILY MAIL)
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Contributors

Writer:
Jack Rosenthal
Based on the book by:
Vivian Nicholson
Based on the book by:
Stephen Smith
Producer:
Graeme McDonald
Director:
John Goldschmidt
Vivian Nicholson:
Susan Littler
Keith Nicholson:
John Duttine
Vivian's mother:
Helen Beck
Vivian's father:
Joe Belcher
Matthew:
Stephen Bill
Keith's granny:
Liz Smith
Girlfriend:
Annie Hulley
Gary:
Philip Joseph
Public Relations man:
John Lyons
Public Relations girl:
Jane Lowe
Taxi driver:
Jack Platts
Doctor:
Fred Gaunt
First woman:
Joan Peters
Second woman:
Joyce Kennedy
First policeman:
Peter Russell
Second policeman:
Gordon Wharmby
Postman:
Bert Oxley
Man from the Pools:
Robin Boncey

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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