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Michael Rodd asks questions based on scenes from Sword in the Stone, Hooper, Flash the Sheep-dog and Pete's Dragon.
Looking for the answers will be contestants from KIRYBY LONSDALE GRAMMAR SCHOOL and CARTMEL
PRIORY SCHOOL, GRANGE OVER SANDS. There will also be one of the top entries from the Young Film-makers' Competition.
Directed by PAUL LOOSLET Produced by JOHN BUTTERY BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Rodd
Directed By:
Paul Looslet
Produced By:
John Buttery

with Roy Castle and Norris McWhirter explores the first - fastest - highest - heaviest - strongest - smallest - laziest anything or anyone with a place in the record books.
In New Zealand, Roy meets Everest conqueror Sir Edmund Hillary , and the studio audience sees a new world record attempt for parallel-bar dips.

Contributors

Presenter:
Roy Castle
Presenter:
Norris McWhirter
Guest:
Sir Edmund Hillary
Designer:
Chris Hull
Producer:
Alan Russell

Presented each weekday evening by FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY
HUGH SCULLY , JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS with contributions from BBC studios throughout the country. Also, from far and near, the programme's team of reporters LUKE CASEY , BERNARD CLARK , KEVIN COSGROVE , TONY FRANCIS , DIANE HARRON , JAMES HOGG , BILL KERR ELLIOTT, NICHOLAS WOOLLEY , GLYN WORSNIP and MARTIN YOUNG bring you films and features that reflect the way life is Nationwide.

Contributors

Unknown:
Frank Bough
Unknown:
Hugh Scully
Unknown:
John Stapleton
Unknown:
Bob Wellings
Reporters:
Luke Casey
Reporters:
Bernard Clark
Reporters:
Kevin Cosgrove
Reporters:
Tony Francis
Reporters:
Diane Harron
Reporters:
James Hogg
Unknown:
Bill Kerr
Unknown:
Nicholas Woolley
Unknown:
Glyn Worsnip

Eat, Drink and be Merry
James Burke takes a look at 2,000 years of human ingenuity. In the eighth of ten historical detective stories, he searches for the clues that link yesterday's amazing inventions to our modern-day world. This week he asks: 'What's the connection between Napoleon's chef and air-conditioning, or between the Munich Beer Festival and the Edwardian picnic - and how did that connection put a man on the moon? '
Film editor PAUL CARTER
Photography DAVID FEIG , TONY PIERCE-ROBERTI Produced by MICK JACKSON and DAVID KENNARD

Contributors

Unknown:
James Burke
Editor:
Paul Carter
Unknown:
Photography David Feig
Produced By:
Mick Jackson
Produced By:
David Kennard

Guest star Richard Kelton Taylor 'Guzzler' Bennett

Contributors

Jock Ewing:
Jim Davis
J R Ewing:
Larry Hagman
Bobby Ewing:
Patrick Duffy
Eleanor Southworth Ewing:
Barbara Bel Geddes
Pamela Barnes Ewing:
Victoria Principal
Sue Ellen Ewing:
Linda Gray
Lucy Ewing:
Charlene Tilton
Taylor 'Guzzler' Bennett:
Richard Kelton

by Mike Stott
Soldiers Talking, Cleanly is one man's view of the British Army in Germany - the social life, discipline, drink, women and, occasionally, the defence of the West.

Contributors

Writer:
Mike Stott
Sound:
Richard Partridge
Lighting:
Nigel Wright
Designer:
Barbara Gosnold
Producer:
Richard Eyre
Director:
Alan Dossor
Me:
Bob Mason
Pontefract Wonderer:
Stephen Petcher
Jimmy:
Ewan Stewart
Nigel:
Robert Swales
Stephen:
Christopher Frederick
Terry:
Nick Stringer
Alan:
Wayne Laryea
Tone:
Jim Hooper
David:
Edward Hammond
Roddy:
Jeremy Sinden
Sgt-Maj Pusey:
Trevor Peacock
Boyd-Hodge:
David Neville
Denis:
John Curless
Debbie:
Julie Walters
Buckle:
David Neilson
Nicky:
Simon Chandler
Mick:
Bernard Hill
Bill:
Bill Nighy
Kev:
Max Hafler
Alistair:
Roger Davidson
Farley-Smythe:
Stephen Moore
Brigitta:
Wendy Morgan

The Coca-Cola International from Wembley Arena
The World Champions, USSR, with Romania, Hungary, USA, Canada and Great Britain are the teams taking part in this ' mini' World Cup competition. Last year's winners. the Soviet Union, will again be favourites, but must face the rising challenge of the USA, who did so well in the recent World Championships.
Organised by the British Amateur Gymnastics Association.
Commentators RON PICKERING and ALAN WEEKS
Producer JOHN SHREWSBURY

Contributors

Commentators:
Ron Pickering
Commentators:
Alan Weeks
Producer:
John Shrewsbury

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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