Programme Index

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9.0 Home Economics Fats
9.25 General Studies
Higher Education: Choices
9.52 Merry-go-Round
Sex Education: Beginning
10.15-10.35 Resource Units:
Religious and Moral Education Who's the Greatest?
11.0 Hyn o Fyd: Y Stare
(This World. First shown on BBC Cymru/Wales)
11.22 Capricorn Game
A serial adventure: 1
11.40 Going to Work
Happy in Your Job?

2.2 Scene: To Turn a Blind Eye A play by FARRUKH DHONDY
Mr Homersham lives alone and embittered, his sight gone and nobody to care for him - until he meets young Jamshyd. How's he to know that a boy with a Cockney accent isn't a good old-fashioned Londoner - a white man like himself?
Producer ROGER tonge

Contributors

Play By:
Farrukh Dhondy
Play By:
Mr Homersham
Mr Homersham:
Brian Hayes
Jamshyd Miah:
Lyndam Gregory
Bal:
Perry Fenwick
Caesar:
Vas Blackwood
Mr Homersham's son:
Peter Dean

The second of ten programmes Presented by ANN LADBURY with designs by CAROLINE CHARLES Why do paper patterns cost so much? Ann Ladbury investigates on your behalf, and also shows how to achieve good results with simple shapes like darts and tucks.
Assistant producer ERICA Griffiths Studio director JEREMY orlebar Producer JENNY ROGERS

Contributors

Presented By:
Ann Ladbury
Unknown:
Caroline Charles
Unknown:
Ann Ladbury
Director:
Jeremy Orlebar
Producer:
Jenny Rogers

The second of six programmes featuring some of Hollywood's great silent comedy stars.
This week: Harry Langdon in which Mark Curry looks at the career of a star who, although not as well known as Charlie Chaplin or Buster Keaton , was one of the big hits of the 20s Harry Langdon's humour does not rely on wild slapstick, but his baby-faced character creates plenty of laughs.

BBC Manchester

Contributors

Presenter:
Mark Curry
Compiled by:
Philip Jenkinson
Film Editor:
Peter Marsh
Director:
Bruce Rawlings
Producer:
John Buttery

John Craven and Paul McDowell
Every Friday the Newsround team takes a closer look at one big issue that people really care about. John and Paul, helped by BBC reporters around the world, bring you the stories, cover the events, and meet the personalities that are making your kind of news.
Editor ERIC ROWAN

Contributors

Unknown:
John Craven
Unknown:
Paul McDowell
Editor:
Eric Rowan

Regional Variations (2)

Break in the Sun

BBC One Wales

Rivers: A series of five programmes 2: The Tweed
Peter Purves travels the length of the Tweed on the border of Scotland and England - ' the Disputed Land'. He discovers something of the spirit of the Borderers at Flodden Field, at Scotland's ancient watch-towers, and indeed in the battle between the leaping Tweed salmon and the men who try to catch them, by fair means or foul.
Written by Dorothy Smith
Producer Sarah Hellings

Contributors

Presenter:
Peter Purves
Written By:
Dorothy Smith
Producer:
Sarah Hellings

Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today South East at Six
Spotlight South West
Points West, South Today and at 6.22
Nationwide
The current affairs programme which each weekday evening links London with the regions, presented by the Nationwide team of FRANK BOUGH , SUE LAWLEY, RICHARD KERSHAW and HUGH SCULLY.
Including at 6.45 Sportswide with Desmond Lynam

Contributors

Unknown:
Frank Bough
Unknown:
Richard Kershaw
Unknown:
Hugh Scully.
Unknown:
Desmond Lynam

Regional Variations (2)

The first of seven programmes by JEREMY LLOYD and DAVID CROFT starring . co-starring featuring and Is it Catching?
Mr Humphries contracts a rare tropical disease, so the whole department has to be isolated. =
Directed by JOHN KlLBY
Produced by DAVID CROFT

Contributors

Unknown:
Jeremy Lloyd
Unknown:
David Croft
Directed By:
John Kllby
Produced By:
David Croft
Mrs Slocombe:
Mollie Sugden
Mr Humphries:
John Inman
Captain Peacock:
Frank Thornton
Miss Brahms:
Wendy Richard
Mr Rumbold:
Nicholas Smith
Young Mr Grace:
Harold Bennett
Mr Spooner:
Mike Berry
Mr Grossman:
Mllo Sperber
Old Mr Grace:
Kenneth Waller
Mr Harman:
Arthur English
Secretary:
Debbie Linden
Nurse:
Vivienne Johnson
Canteen manageress:
Ooremy Vernon
Doctor:
John D Collins

Regional Variations (2)

Pobol y Cwm

BBC One Wales

with Paul Daniels
A new quiz game. Will last week's champion manage to beat the challenge of five new contestants as they all try to find which word, sound or object is the Odd OneOut? Produced by arrangement with RALPH
EDW ARDS PRODUCTIONS and ACTION TIME LTD
Based on an original format devised by MARK MAXWELL-SMITH Sound MALCOLM JOHNSON Lighting FRED WRIGHT Designer DACRE PUNT Director JOHN BISHOP
Producer ROGER ordish

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Daniels
Unknown:
Malcolm Johnson
Unknown:
Fred Wright
Designer:
Dacre Punt
Director:
John Bishop
Producer:
Roger Ordish

Written by DEREK INGREY .
The third of a detective series in six episodes starring with and TheCharityManof
A disaster in 1700 BC, a load of empty collecting-boxes and a disease carried by sandflies are the clues Nick Lewis has to catch an enterprising villain.
Producer joe waters
Director gilcbhist CALDER

Contributors

Written By:
Derek Ingrey
Unknown:
Nick Lewis
Det Chief Insp Nick Lewis:
Tom Adams
Kate Burton:
Sharon Mughan
Phil Strong:
Duggle Brown
George Wooderson:
Geoffrey Hlnsllff
Roger Shelley:
Barry Justice
Sarah Taylor:
Gabeielle Lloyd
Peter Crossley:
Ronald Leigh-Hunt
Bill Johnson:
Sylvester Morand
Charles Higgins:
John Bolfe
TED:
Oliver Smith
Cyrii:
Johnny Shannon
Landlady:
Margery Withers
Pub customer:
Jonathan Scott
Secretary:
Jacki Webb
Pub pianists:
Brian Leake
Pub pianists:
Norton Yorke
Pub singers:
Johnm Dennis
Pub singers:
Fergus O'Kelly

starring nf^riiin withand
Use of Deadly Force
,An investigation mto alleged
, police brutality leads McClam and Gat,,:, to a shocking discovery.
Written by GERALD SANFORD Directed by james sbelbon

Contributors

Written By:
Gerald Sanford
Directed By:
James Sbelbon
Jim McClain:
James Arness
Harry Gates:
Marshall Colt
Lt DeNisco:
George Dicenzo
Jerry Cross:
Carl Franklin
Sgt Hawkins:
Lance Legault

Regional Variations (3)

The Beechgrove Garden

BBC One Scotland

Music Makers

BBC One Wales

LONDON The Battle for the Town

EAST: East at Six election special. A week before the local elections, Hugh Scully and a specially invited audience question the politicians on the issues that will decide the political future of the region.

SOUTH WEST According to Hoyle
Don Hoyle prepares for a colourful summer with advice on bedding plants and a look at dahlias.

SOUTH Southern Life
iToSaf^es^m documentaries on the events, the people and the stories in the South.

WEST A Vision of Wiltshire
The World of Robin and Heather Tanner: a vanishing vision of countryside in a lifetime of etching, drawing and writing. Commentary by James Hogg

MIDLANDS Midlands Tonight
The news and the issues behind the headlines as they affect the people of the Midlands, introduced from Birmingham by Mike Dornan.

EAST Weekend
The who, why, what, where and when of life in the Eastern Counties introduced by John Mountford.

NORTH WEST Home Ground
Presented by Brian Redhead
3: Shotton Re-visited. Two years ago Jim Ryder, steelworker, was made redundant. Now he is a professional entertainer - the silver lining to the black cloud of redundancy?

NORTH EAST As Others See Us
Eric Robson and a panel of guests look at the image of the North as reflected on film.

NORTH One Plus One
After ten years as Vicar of Leeds, The Rev Canon Graham Foley leaves to become Bishop of Reading. He talks to Michael Cooke about his years in Leeds.

Contributors

Unknown:
Don Hoyle
Unknown:
Eric Robson
Unknown:
Canon Graham Foley
Unknown:
Michael Cooke

starring Marcello Mastroianni and Billie Whitelaw , Calvin Lockhart Glenna Forster Jones
Leo, a jaded, world-weary European prince without a kingdom, has come to a quiet London cul-desac to convalesce. Gradually he emerges from his self-indulgent world to find himself living in the middle of a ghetto where people live on the brink of desperation. Leo determines to change things.
Screenplay WILLIAM stair, joiin boohman Based on the play The Prince by GEORGE TABORl
Produced by IRWIN WINKLER
Directed by joiin boorman. Films. 1 p 13

Contributors

Unknown:
Marcello Mastroianni
Unknown:
Billie Whitelaw
Unknown:
Calvin Lockhart
Unknown:
Glenna Forster Jones
Produced By:
Irwin Winkler
Directed By:
Joiin Boorman.
Leo:
Marcello Mastroianni
Margaret:
Billie Whitelaw
ROSCOe:
Calvin Lockiiart
Salambo glenna:
Forster Jones
Max:
Graham Crowden
Hilda:
Gwen Ffranficon-Davies
David:
David de Keyser
LaSZlO:
Vladek Sheybal
Jasper:
Keefe West
Kowalski:
Kennetii J Warren

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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