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General Studies
Higher Education: Choices
9.38 Science Workshop Seeds and Plants: 1
Written by EURFRON GWYNNE JONES Presenters DAVID HARGREAVES
MALCOLM MCFEE , LILIAN EVANS Director JULIET MILLER Producer MICHAEL COYLE

Contributors

Written By:
Eurfron Gwynne
Presenters:
David Hargreaves
Unknown:
Malcolm McFee
Unknown:
Lilian Evans
Director:
Juliet Miller
Producer:
Michael Coyle

Breakfast Time
Introduced by MICHAEL MAYNARD and Duncan the Dragon
Puppet animation JOE BARTON
Director DIANE MORGAN
Producer JUDITH MILES \

Contributors

Introduced By:
Michael Maynard
Unknown:
Joe Barton
Director:
Diane Morgan
Producer:
Judith Miles

starring Brian Cant in an entertainment of jokes, comedy and music. with Pam Ellis , Alex Norton. Heather Williams and Jonathan Cohen and the Play Away Band
Musical arrangements by JONATHAN COHEN Director ANNE GOBEY
Producer ANN reay

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Cant
Unknown:
Pam Ellis
Unknown:
Alex Norton.
Unknown:
Heather Williams
Unknown:
Jonathan Cohen
Arrangements By:
Jonathan Cohen
Director:
Anne Gobey
Producer:
Ann Reay

by L. T. MEADE
The last of a five-part dramatisation by JULIA JONES
Johnnie Cleaver is in great danger. His loyalties are divided between
-his good-for-nothing father and his friends Alison and her mother. There is one person who can help, but will she be strong enough to fight the evil that surrounds her?
Executive producer ANNA HOME
Director DOROTHEA brooking

Contributors

Unknown:
L. T. Meade
Unknown:
Julia Jones
Unknown:
Johnnie Cleaver
Director:
Dorothea Brooking
Alison:
Siobhan O'Carroll
Johnnie:
Ian Land
BeSS:
Zoe Cleveland
JOS:
Nicholas Davies
Poll:
Thea Bennett
Jim Ashburn:
Norman Bowler
Mrs Cleaver:
Patsy Byrne
Mallinger:
Forbes Collins
Mrs Jessop:
Merelina Kendall
Ned:
Stephen Tate

Regional Variations (3)

Rolf Harris Cartoon Time

BBC One Scotland

Heddlw

BBC One Wales

LONDON Up a Gum Tree
with David Bellamy. Five films exploring the strange landscapes of Australia, where evolution has produced many surprises.
2: The Great Barriers

S WEST A Game Called Survival
Dick Woodacre reports on how TORQUAY UTD is now prepared to guarantee professional soccer in the town for at least another 12 months.

SOUTH Don't Fence Me In
Michael Jordan looks at ways in which the southern environment is changing. Tonight a chance to meet Simon King, one of the country's most promising wildlife cinematographers, and a look at viewers' own nature photography.

WEST Breakthrough 82
Ideas, inventions and new technology from the West Country.

MIDLANDS Sounds Local
A new series reflecting the range of musical talent from the five BBC local radio stations in the Midlands. Tonight Radio Leicester

EAST Focus
The Protesters: John Timpson talks to Sue Forsyth , arch-opponent of the Stansted plan, Professor Michael Pentz , founder of Scientists Against Nuclear Arms and Molly Stiles , defender of small schools.

N WEST Outlook
Peter Oppenheimer examines the problems faced by particular parts of the region and discusses with MPs concerned how the depression can be made to recede. 2: Greater Manchester

N EAST The Blue Programme Blue is for theatre Dance and mime A disco on skates Sounds like pantomime?

NORTH Class
Unden Almond introduces examples of children expressing themselves through drama, mime, movement and dance.

Contributors

Unknown:
David Bellamy.
Unknown:
Dick Woodacre
Unknown:
Michael Jordan
Unknown:
Simon King
Talks:
John Timpson
Unknown:
Sue Forsyth
Unknown:
Michael Pentz
Unknown:
Molly Stiles
Unknown:
Peter Oppenheimer
Introduces:
Unden Almond

starring Orson Welles with Kim Burfield , Lionel Stander and Walter Slezak
Young Jim Hawkins is cabin boy on the Hispaniola, which has set sail in search of a notorious pirate's buried treasure; but as they approach the island where the treasure is buried, Jim overhears Long John Silver , the ship's one-legged cook, plotting mutiny. Orson Welles plays Long John Silver in this version of the famous adventure story by Robert Louis Stevenson.
Screenplay by WOLF MANKOWITZ and O. W. JEEVES (ORSON WELLES) from the novel by ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON Produced by HARRY ALAN TOWERS
Directed by JOHN HOUGH. Films: page 13

Contributors

Unknown:
Orson Welles
Unknown:
Kim Burfield
Unknown:
Lionel Stander
Unknown:
Walter Slezak
Unknown:
Young Jim Hawkins
Unknown:
John Silver
Unknown:
John Silver
Story By:
Robert Louis
Unknown:
Wolf Mankowitz
Unknown:
O. W. Jeeves
Novel By:
Robert Louis Stevenson
Produced By:
Harry Alan Towers
Directed By:
John Hough.
Long John Silver:
Orson Welles
Jim Hawkins:
Kim Burfield
Billy Bones:
Lionel Stander
Squire Trelawney:
Walter Slezak
Dr Livesey ANGEL:
Del Pozo
Captain Smollett:
Rik Battaglia
Mrs Hawkins:
Maria Rohm
Blind Pew:
Paul Muller
Ben Gunn:
Jean Lefevbre
Merry:
Michael Garland
Israel Hands:
Aldro Sambrell
Mrs Silver:
Alibe
Anderson:
Chinchilla
on BBC One London

America's comedy hit Tony's Sister and Jim Tony 's divorced sister Monica shows up. Tony tries to fix her up with a reluctant Alex and can't accept that she has set her sights elsewhere. starring with and guest star
Written by MICHAEL LEESON Directed by JAMES BURROWS

Contributors

Unknown:
Jim Tony
Written By:
Michael Leeson
Directed By:
James Burrows
Alex Rieger:
Judd Hirsch
Bobby:
Jeff Conaway
Tony Banta:
Tony Danza
Louie de Palma:
Danny Devito
Elaine Nardo:
Marllu Henner
Latka Gravas:
Andy Kaufman
Reverend Jim:
Christopher Lloyd
Monica:
Julie Kavner

Regional Variations (2)

International Sportscene

BBC One Scotland

Introduced by Harry Carpenter International Football:
Northern Ireland v Scotland at
Windsor Park, Belfast
With only six weeks remaining before the World Cup Finals, managers Billy Bingham and Jock Stein will consider this Home International Championship match a vital part of their build-up for Spain.
Northern Ireland, in particular, will be desperate for a morale-boosting win after conceding eight goals in their last two matches against England and France. Commentator BARRY DAVIES
World Championship Tennis
Finals. From Dallas: The Final
JOHN MCENROE has won this tournament twice in the past three years and defends his title against the seven other top Grand Prix qualifiers. Leading the challenge will be the remarkable Czech IVAN LENDL who has just attained number two rating in the world. Commentators DAN MASKELL and JOHN BARRETT
TV presentation: Football
JOHN SHREWSBURY. Tennis ESPN Producer JIM RESIDE
Editor HAROLD ANDERSON

Contributors

Introduced By:
Harry Carpenter
Unknown:
Billy Bingham
Unknown:
Jock Stein
Commentator:
Barry Davies
Commentators:
Dan Maskell
Commentators:
John Barrett
Unknown:
John Shrewsbury.
Editor:
Harold Anderson

A reconstruction in three parts of the sad case surrounding Mary Blandy. Written by KEN TAYLOR with and 2: Shocked by her mother's death, Cranstoun comforts Mary ... but antipathy grows between Mary's father and her lover and when, in a despairing flash of temper, Mary is heard to wish her father dead, it is Cranstoun who responds....
Music by RON GRAINER and DAVID CAIN Producer RICHARD BEYNON
Directed by BRIAN FARNHAM

Contributors

Unknown:
Mary Blandy.
Written By:
Ken Taylor
Music By:
Ron Grainer
Music By:
David Cain
Directed By:
Brian Farnham
Mary:
Victoria Fairbrother
Mr Blandy:
Alfred Burke
Susan:
Margery Mason
Cranstoun:
Alex Norton
Mrs Deane:
Angela Rooks
Betty:
Debbie Farrington
Ned:
Richard Williams
Ann Emmet:
Phillada Sewell
Lyttleton:
Nigel Nevinson
Mr Norton:
John Grillo

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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