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Let's Look at Wales

BBC One Wales

11.5 Out of the Past
Great archaeological discoveries of the past. 2: Ur of Chaldees With MEIRION EDWARDS
Producers R. DlLWYN JONES , SUE WEEKS li.30 A Job Worth Doing? Local Reporter
12.0 Peter Donaldson 's Economics Is Three Million Unemployed the Answer?

Contributors

Unknown:
Meirion Edwards
Producers:
R. Dllwyn Jones
Producers:
Sue Weeks
Unknown:
Peter Donaldson

with Jana Shelden
The Pinballs by BETSY BYARS Part 5
Illustrations by GAVIN HOWE
Adapted and directed by PAUL STONE Producer ANGELA BEECHING
Executive producer ANNA HOME

Contributors

Unknown:
Jana Shelden
Illustrations By:
Gavin Howe
Directed By:
Paul Stone
Producer:
Angela Beeching

by Phil Redmond
A series in 18 parts

Trisha won't speak to Cathy, so when the teachers go on strike, it is with Madelin that Cathy visits the shopping precinct. There, they are soon both in serious trouble.
Grange Hill pupils:

Theme tune (RESL 64) from record shops
(Part 11 next Tuesday)

Contributors

Writer/Series devised by:
Phil Redmond
Film Cameraman:
Bill Matthews
Film Recordist:
Malcolm Campbell
Designer:
John O'Hara
Designer:
Marjorie Pratt
Executive Producer:
Anna Home
Director:
Roger Singleton-Turner
Grange Hill pupils - Mary Johnson:
Kim Benson
Grange Hill pupils - Cathy Hargreaves:
Lindy Brill
Grange Hill pupils - Gary Hargreaves:
Mark Farmer
Grange Hill pupils - Hilary Thomas:
Paula Harris
Grange Hill pupils - Trisha Yates:
Michelle Herbert
Grange Hill pupils - Girl on stairs:
Lisa Ross
Grange Hill pupils - Madelin Tanner:
Lesley Woods
Mr Llewellyn:
Sean Arnold
Mr Garfield:
Graham Ashley
Mr Mitchell:
Michael Percival
Mr Sutcliffe:
James Wynn
Mrs Hargreaves:
Jo Anderson
Boutique manageress:
Anne Clements
Shop assistant:
Gaynor Ward

Look North, South Today
Look East, Midlands Today
Points West, Spotlight South West present news and views in your region tonight. Then at 6.20
News from London, and with studio and film features from all corners of the country.
Including Highspots of Britain, in which Bob Wellings makes tracks up the highest points in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Tonight: Rolling up the Mountains of Mourne And Sportswide with Desmond Lynam

Contributors

Unknown:
Bob Wellings
Unknown:
Desmond Lynam

A film series starringand
Today: Anschluss 77
Investigating the spectre of a new Nazi menace, Diana battles desperately against time to prevent the Fuehrer's rebirth.
Written by DALLAS s . BARNES Produced by MARK RODGERS

Contributors

Written By:
Dallas S . Barnes
Produced By:
Mark Rodgers
Diana Prince and Wonder Woman:
Lynda Carter
Major Steve Trevor:
Lyle Waggoner
Joe Atkinson:
Normann Burton
Fritz Gerlich:
Mel Ferrer
Heinrich Von Klemper:
Leon Charles
Hitler:
Barry Dennen
Koenig:
Kurt Kreuger
Gaitan:
Julio Medina

The British National Championship for the Brylcreem Trophy The Final
Two ' Past Masters' and six top sportsmen of today meet to challenge for the British Superstars Championship. For the winner and runner-up there are places in the European Championship in two weeks' time.
The Contenders:
Tim Crooks: the defending champion who, as our top oarsman, has twice won the Diamond Sculls
Lynn Davics: the Olympic gold medallist who three weeks ago became Past Masters Champion
Brian Phelps: the high-diver of the mid-50s who is now Past Masters runner-up
Dave 'Boy' Green: the professional boxer from the Fens who won Heat 2 at
Harlow
Gordon Hill: the England and Derby County soccer star who was runner-up in Heat 2 and three sportsmen whose places were decided at last week's third qualifying heat.
Commentators David Vine and Ron Pickering from the Bracknell Sports Centre.
Produced in collaboration with Trans World International and Candid Productions Inc.

Contributors

Unknown:
Diamond Sculls
Unknown:
Lynn Davics
Unknown:
Brian Phelps
Unknown:
Gordon Hill
Commentator:
David Vine
Commentator:
Ron Pickering
Executive Producer:
Ian Smith

from
Zagreb featuring
The Ice Dance Championship
Last year the world of ice dancing was turned upside down with the defeat in the World Championships of the Soviet couple IRINA MOISEEVA and ANDREI MINENKOV by their compatriots NATALIA LINICHUK and GENNADI KARPONOSOV. Irina's classic beauty and expressive hand movements have made her a favourite with audiences around the world and they will have plenty of support as they attempt to reestablish themselves.
Britain has three couples, led by JAYNE TORVILL and CHRISTOPHER DEAN who are sure to improve on their ninth place in their European debut last year.
News, too, of the Ladies' event Commentator ALAN WEEKS
TV presentation by the YUGOSLAV TELEVISION SERVICE Producer DAVID KENNING

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrei Minenkov
Unknown:
Natalia Linichuk
Unknown:
Jayne Torvill
Unknown:
Christopher Dean
Producer:
David Kenning

Regional Variations (3)

Kane on Friday

BBC One Wales

Spectrum

BBC One Scotland

LONDON Up Up and Away: Aces High - 1940 and the Battle of Britain.
Introduced by WILLIAM WOOLLARD.

SOUTH WEST Peninsula: Frankie Howerd's Ear -
Bent by JOAN BAKEWELL and the 'Ladies and Gentlemen' of the audience.

WEST Loved I Not Hannah More
About the life of the fashionable 18th-century playwright.

SOUTH All Together Now: The Fringe and Beyond
John Piper discusses the belief that some forms of alternative medicine could make us healthier.

MIDLANDS Midlands Tonight
Current affairs introduced by MICHAEL DORNAN and JAN LEEMING.

EAST In the Country
DAVID RICHARDSON, TED ELLIS, HENRY TEVERSON and BARRY SAULL with different aspects of East Anglian country life.

NORTH Men on Women on Men
A new revue with words by ALAN AYCKBOURN and music by PAUL TODD based on the original production at Scarborough.

NORTH EAST Friday North: Mr Swan 's Electric Light
The story of the Sunderland-born inventor Joseph Swan.

NORTH WEST Unlucky for Some: Stone Deaf, Deaf and Dumb
Profoundly deaf pupils of Birkdale School, past and present, converse.

Contributors

Unknown:
Joan Bakewell
Introduced By:
Michael Dornan
Introduced By:
Jan Leeming
Unknown:
David Richardson
Unknown:
Ted Ellis
Unknown:
Henry Teverson
Unknown:
Barry Saull
Unknown:
Alan Ayckbourn
Music By:
Paul Todd

Regional Variations (2)

Starring Kirk Douglas, Lauren Bacall, Doris Day, Hoagy Carmichael

Kirk Douglas plays jazz musician Rick Martin, who learns to play the trumpet as a young boy and rises through the honky-tonk world to become a star. But a fateful meeting with the moody, magnetic and rich Amy North proves to be his undoing.

Films: page 17

Contributors

Screenplay:
Carl Foreman
Screenplay:
Edmund H. North
From the novel "Young Man With a Horn" by:
Dorothy Baker
Producer:
Jerry Wald
Director:
Michael Curtiz
Rick Martin:
Kirk Douglas
Amy North:
Lauren Bacall
Jo Jordan:
Doris Day
Smoke Willoughby:
Hoagy Carmichael
Art Hazzard:
Juano Hernandez
Phil Morrison:
Jerome Cowan
Marge Martin:
Mary Beth Hughes
Galba:
Nestor Paiva
Rick (as a boy):
Orley Lindgren

BBC One London

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