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9.30 Play Sport
Second of ten programmes
10.0 Look and Read King's Dragon
Questions at the Castle
10.23 Ffenestri
Deg o raglennl newydd He mae Ceridwen a Gwydion yn helpu i hybu iaith - mewn dialog, rhigwm, can a stori. 2: Gwydr
Cwflwynydd MAIR ROBINS Cynhyrchydd WYNNE LLOYD

Contributors

Unknown:
Mair Robins
Unknown:
Wynne Lloyd

DONNY MACLEOD , BOB LANGLET and MARIAN FOSTER
The live and lively magazine, presenting the personalities and talking points of the day and including
Dig This with Peter Seabrook and That Was the Circus
A look back with Peter Verney
Editor JIM DUMIGHAN

Contributors

Unknown:
Donny MacLeod
Unknown:
Bob Langlet
Unknown:
Marian Foster
Unknown:
Peter Seabrook
Unknown:
Peter Verney
Editor:
Jim Dumighan

with Bernard Cribbins
Mortimer and the Sioord Excalibur A story in two parts by JOAN AIKEN Part 2
Pictures by QUENTIN BLAKE Director MICHAEL KERRIGAN Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Executive producer ANNA HOME

Contributors

Unknown:
Bernard Cribbins
Unknown:
Quentin Blake
Director:
Michael Kerrigan
Producer:
Angela Beeching

with Susan King
The Junior European Three-Day Event, Burghley
For many years three-day eventing was thought to be beyond junior riders. However, a Junior European Championship was started and immediately became a great success. Last year 14 nations entered and Susan went to Burghley to find out just what is involved in this supreme test of horse and rider.
Film editor GEORGE AUCKLAND Producer DAVID TURNBULL

Contributors

Editor:
George Auckland
Producer:
David Turnbull

A series in 18 parts
Part 8 by ALAN JANES
Despite a warning from the police about a child-molester in the area, Cathy takes a short cut home.
Series devised by PHIL REDMOND Film cameraman BILL MATTHEWS Film recordist ALAN COOPER Designer JOHN O'HARA
Executive producer ANNA HOME Director COLIN CANT
(Part 9 next Tuesday)
Theme tune (RESL 64) from record shops

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Janes
Unknown:
Phil Redmond
Unknown:
Bill Matthews
Unknown:
Alan Cooper
Designer:
John O'Hara
Producer:
Anna Home
Director:
Colin Cant
Grange Hill pupils Cathy Hargreaves:
Lindy Brill
Carol Yates:
Julia Gale
Trisha Yates:
Michelle Herbert
Gregory:
Leonard Webster
Mr Llewellyn:
Sean Arnold
Janet:
Stella Halme
Mr Mitchell:
Michael Percival
Mr Hargreaves:
Nigel Baguley
Sgt Ryman:
Michael Jenkinson

Presented by FRANK BOUGH SUE LAWLEY, HUGH SCULLY
JOHN STAPLETON and BOB WELLINGS Including Highspots of Britain
Bob Wellings makes tracks up the highest points in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Tonight: The Ascent of Snowdon And Sportswide with Desmond Lynam

Contributors

Presented By:
Frank Bough
Unknown:
Hugh Scully
Unknown:
John Stapleton
Unknown:
Bob Wellings
Unknown:
Desmond Lynam

A film series starring
Today: The Deadly Toys
One by one famous scientists engaged on secret project XYZ are disposed of by bizarre means which lead Diana to the proprietor of an extraordinary shop.
Written by CAREY WILBUR
Directed by RICHARD MODER

Contributors

Written By:
Carey Wilbur
Directed By:
Richard Moder
Diana Prince and Wonder Woman:
Lynda Carter
Maj Steve Trevor:
Lyle Waggoner
Dr Tobias:
Donald Bishop
Dr Prescott:
James A Watson Jr
Dr Lazaar:
Ross Elliott
Maj John Dexter:
John Rubinstein
Orlich Hoffman:
Frank Gorshin

The British National Championship for the Brylcreem Trophy. Heat 3
BBC outside broadcast cameras cover the final heat of this multi-sport competition, which will complete the line-up of those qualified to challenge next week for the British National Superstars title. The contenders:
Chris Baillieu : the double-sculler who, with Mike Hart , has won World gold and Olympic silver
Phil Bennett : the fly-half who has become a legend in Welsh rugby
Mike Hazelwood : Britain's champion of the world at water-skiing
Brian Jacks: the most famous man in British judo who has won World, Olympic and European medals
Andy Irvine : Scotland's dynamic international full-back who was voted rugby player of the year, 1978 Ian Neale : Britain's No 1 and our best-ever gymnast
Duncan Mackenzie : The Chelsea Player with one of the most colourful personalities in British soccer
Maurice Hope: the professional boxer from London's East End Commentators
DAVID VINE and RON PICKERING
Staged at the Cwmbran Stadium Sports Centre, South Wales
Produced in collaboration with Trans World International and Candid Productions Inc
Executive producer IAN SMITH

Contributors

Unknown:
Chris Baillieu
Unknown:
Mike Hart
Unknown:
Phil Bennett
Unknown:
Mike Hazelwood
Unknown:
Andy Irvine
Unknown:
Ian Neale
Unknown:
Duncan MacKenzie
Unknown:
Ron Pickering
Producer:
Ian Smith

A film series starring
Tonight: A Lonely Victim
Several witnesses see Mary Thorpe bending over the body of her employer holding a blood-stained poker. Her ten-year-old son comes to Tony who realises he will have his work cut out to re-unite them.
Written by LEONARD KATZMAN Directed by IRVING MOORE

Contributors

Unknown:
Mary Thorpe
Written By:
Leonard Katzman
Directed By:
Irving Moore
Tony Petrocelli:
Barry Newman
Maggie Petrocelli:
Susan Howard
Pete Ritter:
Albert Salmi
Mary Thorpe:
Anjanette Comer
Lt Ponce:
David Huddleston
Ellen Walker:
Madlyn Rhue
Carson:
Simon Scott
Raymond Walker:
Fred Beir

Regional Variations (3)

Spectrum

BBC One Scotland

Kane on Friday

BBC One Wales

The Trail Blazers
Now that the Atlantic Ocean has been conquered, all the emphasis is on the 'paying air-passenger ... how many can be earned, for how far, and for how much.
As the frontiers of flight push farther and farther to encompass the entire world, new names appear in the battle of the long-distance flights. Alan Cobham , Amelia Earhart , Amy Johnson , and American Arthur Schreiber, the first transatlantic stowaway, whose extra weight all but caused the plane to crash on take-off.
Introduced by William Woollard
Film editors ROY CLARKE , DENIS FIRMINGER Produced by RONNIE NOBLE

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Cobham
Unknown:
Amelia Earhart
Unknown:
Amy Johnson
Introduced By:
William Woollard
Editors:
Roy Clarke
Editors:
Denis Firminger
Produced By:
Ronnie Noble

George Sanders , Barbara Shelley with Michael Gwynne
Without warning or explanation, every inhabitant of Letchmore Heath is subjected to a blackout. In a matter of hours everyone has recovered, seemingly unharmed.
Screenplay by STIRLING SILLIPHANT WOLF RILLA and GEORGE BARCLAY Produced by RONALD KINNOCH 'Directed by WOLF RILLA
. Films: page 17

Contributors

Unknown:
George Sanders
Unknown:
Barbara Shelley
Unknown:
Michael Gwynne
Unknown:
Letchmore Heath
Unknown:
Stirling Silliphant
Unknown:
Wolf Rilla
Unknown:
George Barclay
Produced By:
Ronald Kinnoch
Directed By:
Wolf Rilla
Gordon Zellaby:
George Sanders
Anthea Zellaby:
Barbara Shelley
Maj Alan Bernard:
Michael Gwynne
Dr Willers:
Laurence Naismith
General Leighton:
John Phillips

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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