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With Sarah Porter
Today: The Tale of Mrs Tittlemouse and The Tale of Mrs Tiggywinkle
'A most terribly tidy and particular little mouse' and a 'very stout short person... who underneath her cap had prickles' both have unexpected visitors to their nice clean kitchens...
(Repeat)

Contributors

Storyteller:
Sarah Porter
Author:
Beatrix Potter
Director:
Christine Secombe
Producer:
Angela Beeching

with TONY HART
The last programme of the series.
Morph and The Tin Pots
(If you're aged 15 or under, Take Hart , [address removed], is the address to send paintings for the Gallery. There's a prize for any that are shown. as long as you put your name, age and address, but we're sorry we can't promise to return any.)

Contributors

Presenter:
Tony Hart
The Caretaker:
Colin Bennett
Assistant Producer:
Jane Tarleton
Producer:
Christopher Pilkington

A series in five parts by Bob Block

Mr Meaker is sick in bed and the ghosts have to look after him. Mrs Meaker decides to become a professional singer and develops a voice which can shatter glass. Mr and Mrs Perkins decide to have the Meakers investigated.
(Repeat)

Contributors

Writer:
Bob Block
Incidental Music:
Jonathan Cohen
Designer:
Marjorie Pratt
Producer:
Jeremy Swan
Timothy:
Michael Staniforth
Harold Meaker:
Edward Brayshaw
Ethel Meaker:
Ann Emery
Tamara Novek:
Lynda Marchal
Rose Perkins:
Hal Dyer
Arthur Perkins:
Jeffrey Segal
Frank Soames:
Tim Stern
Mr McNulty:
John Pennington

James Hogg reports on the people and events making the news today in the South East; and On Your Doorstep: highlights from a week in which Frank Bough and Sue Lawley accepted viewers' invitations to bring Nationwide cameras into the heart of their local communities.

Contributors

Presenter:
Frank Bough
Presenter:
Sue Lawley
Presenter:
James Hogg

The last of five programmes by JEREMY LLOYD and DAVID CROFT starring Harry Worth and featuring
Diplomatic Privilege
The Anti-Airport Committee help Mr Braithwaite to convince the Ministry that he has sold his house to an Arab country to be used as an Embassy.
ALDERSHOT BRASS ENSEMBLE
Musical director GEORGE PRIOR
Designer GARRY FREEMAN
Producer DAVID CROFT

Contributors

Unknown:
Jeremy Lloyd
Unknown:
David Croft
Unknown:
Harry Worth
Unknown:
Mr Braithwaite
Designer:
Garry Freeman
Producer:
David Croft
Mr Herbert:
Jonathan Cecil
Mr Braithwaite:
John Horsley
Mr Sowerby:
Billy Burden
Mr Pilgrim:
Tom Mennard
Mr Giles:
Tony Sympson
Mrs Draper:
Jan Holden
Vicar:
Harold Bennett
Glenda:
Moira Foot
Mrs Tickford:
Peggyann Clifford
Miss Mayhew:
Margaret Clifton
Mr Rathbone:
Arnold Peters
Ben Yusuf Fahid:
Michael Halphle
Winnie:
Myrtle Devenish

The last of five programmes from The World About Us
The wild brown trout of the chalk streams of southern England is a wary, wily and powerful predator. To fish for it well is the summit of the angler's art. Success comes only from elaborate deceptions made from fur and feather that mimic the natural food of the fish. On the beautiful banks of a Berkshire river, top fishermen Brian Clarke and John Goddard test their new fly designs in their quest to catch the really difficult, educated trout.
A superb trout story (ANGLING TIMES)
BBC Bristol (First shown on BBC2)

Contributors

Narrator:
John Hedges
Film Editor:
Charles Aldridge
Writer/Producer:
Neil Cleminson

by ALEX SHEARER
The last of five programmes starring
Music RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Executive producer GARETH GWENLAN
Director ROGER RACE

Contributors

Unknown:
Alex Shearer
Music:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Producer:
Gareth Gwenlan
Director:
Roger Race
Brian:
Peter Davison
Steve:
Robert Glenister
Sonia:
Sara Corpfr
Barnes:
Brian Haines
Lady interviewer:
Dinah Sheridan
Mike Connor:
Ron Pember
Cashier:
Joyce Windsor
Youth:
Keith Jayxe

from Rome
The Third IAAF World Cup
Coverage of the first day's events in this élite competition ranked next in importance only to the Olympic Games. Many of the world's top track and field stars represent the nine competing teams. The host nation Italy, the USA and the winners and runners-up in the European Cup are joined by teams drawn from five continents: Africa, Europe, Asia, Oceania and the Americas.
In Montreal two years ago, the USA won the men's match and the GDR the women's event. Britain's interest lies with the Europe team and tonight
SEBASTIAN COE runs in the 800m.
Television presentation
ITALIAN TELEVISION SERVICE

Contributors

Commentator:
David Coleman
Commentator:
Ron Pickering
Commentator:
Stuart Storey

starring and Moments of Truth
A happy evening at the Ewmg house to celebrate Gingers pregnancy turns into a night of terror for the women at Knots Landing when masked gunmen burst in and take them hostage.
Written by ROBERT w. GILNER Directed by jErr BLECKNER

Contributors

Written By:
Robert W. Gilner
Directed By:
Jerr Bleckner
Ginger Ward:
Kim Lankford
Kenny Ward:
James Houghton
Karen Fairgate:
Michele Lee
Sid Fairgate:
Don Murray
Valene Ewing:
Joan van Ark
Gary Ewing:
Ted Shackelford
Laura Avery:
Constance McCashin
Richard Avery:
John Pleshette
Abby:
Donna Mills
Diana:
Claudia Lonow

from Rome
The Third IAAF World Cup
A further report from Rome on tonight's later events which include the Men's 10,000m, a race which should see brilliant long distance runners from Africa challenged by East Germany and the Soviet Union. The Women's 1500 and the 4 x 400m relay will end this first day's competition.
Television presentation ITALIAN TELEVISION SERVICE

Contributors

Commentator:
David Coleman
Commentator:
Ron Pickering
Commentator:
Stuart Storey

Starring Raquel Welch with James Stacy, Luke Askew

In the Las Vegas clubland world of go-go dancers and strip-tease artists, a killer waits to strike. His next target is to be Michele, a beautiful dancer at the 'Pussycat A-Go-Go' who has already witnessed the deaths of two of her friends. She tries to escape... but this proves more difficult than she imagined.

Films: page 14

Contributors

Screenplay:
Mark Rodgers
Producer:
Leon Fronikess
Director:
James Neilson
Michele:
Raquel Welch
Joe Brodnek:
James Stacy
Alan Morris:
Luke Askew
Lieut Manion:
Don Chastain
'Sailor':
Ron Rifkin
Jerri Benton:
Jeane Byron
Lee:
Kay Peters
Iris:
Pat Delany
Nikki:
Sandra Giles
Lloyd Seibert:
Joe Billings
Jackie:
Carol Jean Thompson
Tora:
Mary Wilcox
Sgt Newcomb:
Carl Byrd
Lieut Franklin:
Steve Conte
Mr Willows:
Tom Fadden

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