Programme Index

Discover 10,060,517 listings and 231,288 playable programmes from the BBC

ROY CASTLE finds out from DR ARCHIE YOUNG how much you can measure your stamina fitness, and why it is important to get a little out of breath every day. Roy also joins a group of doctors and their patients at their weekly keep-fit session.
Director BRIAN DAVIES
Producer PETER RIDING
For a free copy of the accompanying booklet, write to [address removed]

Contributors

Director:
Brian Davies
Producer:
Peter Riding

A serial from Walt Disney starring in The New Order
A new Governor begins a reign of terror. and An Eye for an Eye
Sergeant Garcia and Corporal Reyes are selected as scapegoats.
Written by BOB WEHLING
Directed by CHARLES BARTON
. (Part 3: next week)

Contributors

Written By:
Bob Wehling
Directed By:
Charles Barton
the Robin Hood of old California:
Guy Williams
Don Diego:
Guy Williams
Zorro:
Guy Williams
Joaquin Castenada:
Perry Lopez
Governor Rico:
Al Ruscio
Theresa:
Barbara Luna

THE MOUSEKETEERS introduce Pluto in Pluto and the Gopher, then a young magician, GREG WILSON , and part 7 of A Horse Called Comanche: The Battle of Recapture'.
Directed by DICK AMOS
Executive producer RON MILLER

Contributors

Unknown:
Greg Wilson
Directed By:
Dick Amos
Producer:
Ron Miller

Regional Variations (2)

Introduced direct from Wembley Stadium by David Coleman
The 1980 FA Cup Final
Arsenal v
West Ham United
BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you the whole of football's great occasion.
Commentator JOHN MOTSON Comments by JIMMY HILL and Southampton Manager LAWRIE MCMENEMY
Special contributions by John Cleese and Mike Yarwood
11.30 Cup Final Morning
DAVID COLEMAN sets the scene inside Wembley Stadium, BARRY davies and TONY GUBBA report on the latest news from the teams' hotels.
11.40 Cup Final Phone-in A chance for viewers to put their own questions to players of both teams.
11.55 Young Player of the Year Award
England manager RON GREENWOOD presents the Robinsons Barley Water Trophy to the winner of this new competition.
12.0 The Road to Wembley
Goals, near misses, and lucky escapes-BARRY DAVIES relives the outstanding moments of the Cup's early rounds, and traces the progress of the two finalists to Wembley.
12.12 pm News Headlines
12.15 The Cup Final Managers
TERRY NEILL of Arsenal and JOHN LYALL of West Ham United talking to DAVID COLEMAN
12.25
Cup Final Mastermind
Soccer experts from the Arsenal and West Ham United Supporters' Clubs match their wits in Mastermind. DESMOND LYNAM asks specialist questions about their own clubs, and tests their general football knowledge for the Cup Final Mastermind Trophy.
12.55
Racing from Lingfield
1.0 The Freshbake Foods Stakes (Handicap, lim)
1.10 Cup History
BOB WILSON looks back at the records of Arsenal and West Ham United in FA Cup competitions.
1.20
Racing from Lingfield
1.30 The Ladbrokes Derby Trial Stakes (Group 3. llm)
Leading Derby fancies clash in this important trial-won last year by HM The Queen's colt, Milford - with over 115,000 to the winner.
Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN JULIAN WILSON and JIMMY LINDLEY
1.40
Inside Wembley
The Cup Final atmosphere mounts as the teams arrive at Wembley. Goal of the Season
See the winning goals and find out who has won E300 of Premium Bonds in this popular competition.
Meet the Teams
BOB WILSON presents action profiles of today's players and talks to them' live ' on the pitch* The Final Word from JIMMY HILL and LAWRIE MCMENEMY
2.45 Abide with Me
The crowd, accompanied by the MASSED BANDS OF BRIGADE OF GUARDS, sing the traditional Cup Final hymn.
3.0
The FA Cup Final
Arsenal v West Ham United
3.45 Half-time marching display by the MASSED BANDS OF THE GUARDS DIVISION. Director of Music
LIEUTENANT-COLONEL R. A. RIDINGS,
ARCM, psm
3.55 The FA Cup Final Second Half
4.45 Presentation of the Cup and Medals by HRH The Duchess of Kent
4.55 Meet the Winners
The outstanding players of the match talk to BARRY DAVIES and watch the vital Cup Final action.
5.5
Scottish Cup Final
Highlights of Celtic v Rangers from Hampden Park.
Television presentation: FA Cun Final ALEC WEEKS Cup Final Mastermind
JOHN SHREWSBURY and PETER MASSET Racing JOHN MCNICHOLAS
Grandstand presented by MARTIN HOPKINS and RICHARD TILLING Edited by HAROLD ANDERSON
Cricket scores on Ceefax

Contributors

Unknown:
David Coleman
Commentator:
John Motson
Unknown:
Jimmy Hill
Unknown:
Lawrie McMenemy
Unknown:
John Cleese
Unknown:
Mike Yarwood
Unknown:
David Coleman
Unknown:
Barry Davies
Unknown:
Tony Gubba
Unknown:
Ron Greenwood
Unknown:
Terry Neill
Unknown:
John Lyall
Unknown:
David Coleman
Unknown:
Desmond Lynam
Unknown:
Bob Wilson
Commentators:
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentators:
Julian Wilson
Commentators:
Jimmy Lindley
Unknown:
Bob Wilson
Unknown:
Peter Masset
Unknown:
John McNicholas
Presented By:
Martin Hopkins
Edited By:
Harold Anderson

starring Rolf Harris with his special guests Keith Harris and The New Seekers
Roll up this way - What do you say - Pack your schoolbooks away - It's Saturday OK? is the invitation to schoolchildren all over the country.
Featuring this week the children of Sighthill Primary School, Edinburgh.

Contributors

Presenter:
Rolf Harris
Ventriloquist:
Keith Harris
Musicians:
The New Seekers
Musical Director:
Barry Booth
Script:
Tony Hawes
Designer:
Richard McManan-Smith
Director:
Brian Penders
Producer:
James Moir

starring
Chicago 1928: and after bumping off Big Jim, Guy Gisborne proposes himself as the new king of the underworld. The only dissenter is Robbo. Frank Sinatra and his merry band of followers enjoy themselves in this jaunty parody of old Chicago gangland movies, with an Oscar-winning musical score that includes the famous Sinatra number My Kind of Town.
Screenplay by DAVID R. SCHWARTZ Produced by FRANK SINATRA Directed by GORDON DOUGLAS films: page 13

Contributors

Unknown:
Guy Gisborne
Unknown:
David R. Schwartz
Produced By:
Frank Sinatra
Directed By:
Gordon Douglas
Robbo:
Frank Sinatra
John:
Dean Martin
Will:
Sammy Davis Jr
Guy Gisborne:
Peter Falk
Marian:
Barbara Rush
Allen A Dale:
Bing Crosby
Big Jim:
Edward G Robinson
Sheriff Potts:
Victor Buono
Six Seconds:
Hank Henry
Vermin:
Allen Jenkins
Tomatoes:
Jack La Rue
Sheriff Glick:
Robert Foulk
Hood:
Phil Crosby
Blue Jaw:
Robert Carricart
Hatrack:
Phil Arnold

A new series of programmes live from the Television Theatre in London, starring Val Doonican his special guests
Harry Secombe , Isla St Clair and with his country fiddle Johnny Gimble together with a surprise guest
Musical director RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Written by BARRY TOOK and VAL DOONICAN Costume designer NICHOLAS ROCKER Sound LARRY GOODSON
Lighting KEN MACGREGOR Designer DACRE PUNT
Production YVONNE LITTLEWOOD

Contributors

Unknown:
Val Doonican
Unknown:
Harry Secombe
Unknown:
Isla St Clair
Unknown:
Johnny Gimble
Director:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Written By:
Barry Took
Unknown:
Ken MacGregor
Designer:
Dacre Punt
Unknown:
Yvonne Littlewood

starring
The Lie
A rapist at large in the area causes fear among the women at Knots Landing. But Laura uses the scare to do something very foolish ...
Directed by EDWARD PARONE

Contributors

Directed By:
Edward Parone
Valene Ewing:
Joan van Ark
Gary Ewing:
Ted Shackleford
Sid Fairgate:
Don Murray
Karen Fairgate:
Michele Lee
Richard Avery:
John Pleshette
Laura Avery:
Constance McCashin
Kenny Ward:
James Houghton
Ginger Ward:
Kim Lankford

Regional Variations (2)

Sportscene Special

BBC One Scotland

Highlights of the 1980 FA Cup Final
Arsenal v West Ham United
Jimmy Hill presents the best action, analyses the key moments with Southampton manager Lawrie McMenemy and follows the after-match celebrations of the winners.
Commentator JOHN MOTSON
Television presentation ALEC WEEKS Directors FRED VINER , JIM RESIDE Editor MIKE MURPHY

Contributors

Unknown:
Lawrie McMenemy
Commentator:
John Motson
Directors:
Fred Viner
Editor:
Mike Murphy

Bob Langley and guest interviewer Sue Cook introduce a cheerful, irreverent blend of music and conversation, live from the foyer of Pebble Mill. With KENNY BALL AND HIS JAZZMEN
Director ROY NORTON Producer ROY RONNIE

Contributors

Unknown:
Bob Langley
Interviewer:
Sue Cook
Director:
Roy Norton
Producer:
Roy Ronnie

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

Appears in

About this data

This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More