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9.0 Geography: Europe from the Air. Clusters
9.30 Des le debut
Asking the Way
9.47 Science All Around
Strength of Materials
10.10 Merry-go-Round
Keep Up with the Times: 9 and The Odyssey: 6
10.35 Scene
The Law of Life
11.5 Near and Far
Streams and Rivers
11.30 Search
Welsh Castle Life
11.55 Beside the Sea
Muddy Waters

with Simon Groom, Sarah Greene and Peter Duncan
News of the St Christopher, the latest cross-channel ferry launched by Blue Peter last year, and a miniature version you can make and sail.


Simon Groom
Sarah Greene
Peter Duncan
Assistant Editor:
John Adcocx
Biddy Baxter

Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today Nationwide (London and SE) Points West, South Today Spotlight South West
The team of FRANK BOUGH
SUE LAWLEY, RICHARD KERSHAW HUGH SCULLY and SUE COOK with background to the news and the features and stories that make up the scene Nationwide. Including tonight
Down and Out: more of Tony Wilkinson 's experiences as a dosser on the streets of London.
And Grass Roots: presented this week by Alan Towers from Midlands Today in Birmingham.
(Regional details as Monday)


Frank Bough
Richard Kershaw
Hugh Scully
Tony Wilkinson
Alan Towers

by FRANCES ILES . The last of four parts dramatised by PHILIP MACKIE starring with and Though Dr Bicklcigh has been arrested for the murder of Julia, the main evidence against him is his attempted poisoning of Madeleine and Chatford. Everything hinges on the potted meat sandwiches.
An immaculate production distinguished by fine performances (EVENING STANDARD The most impressive thing of its kind the BBC has ever done (OBSERVER) Music composed by RON GRAINER Producer RICHARD BEYNON Directed by CYRIL COKE


Frances Iles
Dramatised By:
Philip MacKie
Composed By:
Ron Grainer
Richard Beynon
Directed By:
Cyril Coke
Dr Bickleigh:
Hywel Bennett
Sir Francis Lee-Bannerton:
Thorley Walters
Sir Bernard Deverell:
Michael Aldridge
Cheryl Campbell
Court Usher:
Douglas Barlow
Christopher Banks
Clerk to the Court:
Arnold Peters
Mr Gunhill:
Anthony Woodruff
Mr Hankin:
Brian Jameson
Derrick Fincham
William Chatford:
David Ashford
Dr Ryder:
Frank Duncan
Dr Sourby:
Peter Mann
Mr Pymm:
Noel Johnson
Vivienne Moore
Ivy Chatford:
Belinda Carroll
Supt Allhayes:
Antony Brown
Second Foreman:
Richard Martin
Second Judge:
William Fox

starring Telly Savalas as Kojak Mojo
Too hot to handle. A haul of rare, unrefined morphine is hi-jacked. Why? Even on the underworld drugs market no one would dare to sell the stuff.
Directed by JEANNOT SZWARC (Postponed from 22 January)
Theme music on BBC Detective Themes (record REH 378, cassette ZCR 378), from record shops


Directed By:
Jeannot Szwarc

BBC One London

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