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with TONY HART , COLIN BENNETT DAVID CLIFFORD , GARY PRICE and Morph ,
Jazz at the Sfudto-a couple of street musicians take over the show. Morph is not amused and Tony leaves home.

Contributors

Unknown:
Tony Hart
Unknown:
Colin Bennett
Unknown:
David Clifford

With MAGGIE HENDERSON and FRED HARRIS
Music by PETER cosuNG and DAVt MOSM Written and produced by MiCMEL ccLt Executive producer CYNTH)* FELGtTt

Contributors

Unknown:
Maggie Henderson
Unknown:
Fred Harris
Music By:
Peter Cosung
Produced By:
Micmel Cclt

Regional Variations (2)

Crystal Tipps

BBC One Wales

An adventure story in 13 episodes set in New Zealand in the 1860s.
Scott Hunter has come to Tucker's Gully to find his father but Gordon Hunter is being held prisoner by two bandits who are trying to force him to take them to his gold strike. Now, in desperation, Tindle has drugged Scott, hoping that seeing his son in danger will make Gordon Hunter tell. What will happen to Scott?
(Repeat)

Contributors

Writer/Devised by:
Roger Simpson
Producer:
John McRae
Director:
Tom Parkinson
Scott:
Andrew Hawthorn
Baddock:
Ken Blackburn
Molly:
Ilona Rodgers
Tindle:
Ernie Stanley
O'Halloran:
Gabriel Prendergast
Fraser:
Scott Taylor
Cameron:
Roger Oakley
Hunter:
Bruce Allpress
Ryan:
Bevan Wilson
Dodd:
Peter Thorpe
Maxwell:
Robert Bell
Collins:
McHard Moss
Rose:
Claire Oberman
Lily:
Cathie Harrop
Teddy:
Donald Snook
Chariie:
Robert Pratt

with Peter Purves, Susan King and Nigel Starmer-Smith.
Sebastian Coe answers your questions on athletics. Send them on a postcard to Stopwatch, BBCtv, [address removed]
David Wilkie with tips for novice swimmers.
Soccer Skills: A new weekly feature in which top footballers help you to improve your game.
BBC Manchester

Contributors

Presenter:
Peter Purves
Presenter:
Susan King
Presenter:
Nigel Starmer-Smith
Guest:
Sebastian Coe
Guest:
David Wilkie
Director:
Mike Adley
Producer:
Hazel Lewthwaite

Gentleman Jim Steps Out. In the second of two films, Nationwide's own gentleman, James Hogg, completes his excursion into High Society.

Contributors

Reporter:
James Hogg
Film Editor:
John Wilkinson
Producer:
Ian Taylor
Editor:
Hugh Williams

with Peter Purves
The last of four dramatised documentaries which re-create history in the places where it was made /tM<OM!0 VtUOtdt tN VetttCe
' The famous Vivaldi, whom they called the Red Priest, very we)! known amongst us for his concerts. was a topping man in Venice.' So an 18th-century traveler said, and red-haired Antonio Vivaldi grew up in the most musical city in the world. As priest, violinist, music master in a convent school, opera composer and impresario, and protector of the popular soprano Anna Giro , he was famous all over Europe.
The Girls of the VENICE CONSERVATORIO ORCHESTRA with voices of GEOFFREY MATTHEWS as Vivaldi and SEAN BARRETT
JOHN NETTLETON , JOHN ROWE
Produced by EDWARD BARNES Directed by SARAH HELUNGS (Repeat)

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Purves
Unknown:
Antonio Vivaldi
Soprano:
Anna Giro
Unknown:
Geoffrey Matthews
Unknown:
Sean Barrett
Unknown:
John Nettleton
Unknown:
John Rowe
Produced By:
Edward Barnes
Directed By:
Sarah Helungs
Antonio Vivaldi:
Gian Campi
Young Tonio:
Matteo Campi
Gianbattista Vivaldi:
Angelo Tommasi
Anna Giro:
Anna Da Malta

Regional Variations (2)

by Jimmy Perry and David Croft
starring Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier and Clive Dunn
The platoon are guarding a vital telephone line. They awake to find a bomb enmeshed in the wires. featuring
(Repeat)

Contributors

Writer:
Jimmy Perry
Writer:
David Croft
Studio Director:
Bob Spiers
Producer:
David Croft
Captain Mainwaring:
Arthur Lowe
Sergeant Wilson:
John Le Mesurier
Lance Corporal Jones:
Clive Dunn
Private Frazer:
John Laurie
Private Godfrey:
Arnold Ridley
Private Pike:
Ian Lavender
Chief Warden Hodges:
Bill Pertwee
Vicar:
Frank Williams
Verger:
Edward Sinclair
GPO man:
Ronnie Brody
Army captain:
Robert Mill
Army sergeant:
Kenneth MacDonald
Van driver:
Felix Bowness
Private Sponge:
Colin Bean
Scottish sergeant:
Stuart McGugan
ATS girl:
Bernice Adams

starring
James Garner in The House on WtHM AueMMe
Something about the demise of a coHeague in the same dangerous business arouses Jim's suspicion. Despite his self-sumeiency, he reiuetantty joins forces with brash novice Richie Brocketman who feels the same way, and together they uncover an amazing conspiracy.
Written by STEfHM j. CANN6H. Directed by HY AVERBACK

Contributors

Unknown:
James Garner
Unknown:
Richie Brocketman
Written By:
Stefhm J. Cann6h.
Directed By:
Hy Averback
Jim Rockford:
James Garner
Joseph Rockford:
Noah Beery
Becker:
Joe Santos
Richie Brocke[man:
Denn:s Dugan
B J AnderSon:
Pernell Roberts
BUI Tooley:
Paul Ftx
Garth McGregor:
Jackte Cooper
Thomas Nardoni:
Phtmp Sterling
Sam Detonis:
Lou Krucman
Vern St Ooud:
S!mon Oakland

On 26 August 1959 a baby car, the brainchild of Sir Alec Issigonis, was launched on to the world market.
Lord Snowdon and Peter Sellers were just two of the famous owners who helped this revolutionary car achieve a successful acceptance with a reluctant public. But could more than nve million have been sold with a diKerent marketing policy?
Raymond Baxter and Gordon Witkins report on the first 20 years of the Mini.
Producer DEREK SMITH BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Setters
Unknown:
Raymond Baxter

by Robert Holles
starring Bill Paterson, Ann Beach
"... why don't you keep that missis o' yours under control... she ain't exactly doin' you a packet o' good, is she? If she was mine I'd bloody put 'er right, I'll tell yer..."
"...The Vanishing Army, a fine play shot like a marksman and planned like a battle..." (The Guardian)
"...First-rate piece of story-telling by Robert Holles... well done and well acted..." (Daily Telegraph)
"...Welcome reappearance by one of the great unsung playwrights of the day - Shakespeare of the Barrack Room, Robert Holles..." (Sunday Telegraph)
"...An absolutely first-class look at the second class life of NCOs in the British Army..." (Daily Mail)

Contributors

Writer:
Robert Holles
Producer:
Innes Lloyd
Directed By:
Richard Loncraine
Drill sergeant:
Kenneth Cope
Girling:
Bill Paterson
Wainwright:
Timothy Spall
Sheldon:
Trevor Laird
Pickard:
John Blundell
O'Connor:
James Coyle
Stevenson:
P.G. Stephens
Kathleen:
Veronica Ouilugan
Towler:
Brian Hall
Morag:
Ann Beach
Thompson:
Mike Kinsey
Julie:
Nula Conwell
Pinnock:
Tony Gaunter
Paula:
Janet Key
Symington:
Julian Curry
Mantle:
Michael Osborne
Hampshire:
Frank Mills
Stannard:
Charles Bolton
Rouse-Evans:
Derek Bond
Surgeon:
Terence Bayler
Dunning:
Ray Burdis
Roberts:
Rupert Frazer
Pilkington:
Doug Fisher
Ellis:
Richard Butler
Apprentice:
Tony London
Conroy:
Paul Angelis
Housewife:
Loraine Bertorelli
Corporal:
Terry Cowling

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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