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Seven programmes for the young motorcyclist.
2: A Day at the Races
A meeting of Reading AMCA Motocross Club where bike enthusiasts can test their skills and, if possible, win a few races.
Film editor SHELAGH BRADY
Producer IAN WOOLF ( First shown on BBC2)

Contributors

Editor:
Shelagh Brady
Producer:
Ian Woolf

Peter Powell and Mark Curry with the Summertime Saturday Show
9.35 Winsome Witch as the baby-sitter with a new broom.
9.40 Day-Tripper: Johnny Ball takes a tramway trip into the past.
9.45 TV Powww! the all-action telephone video game.
9.50 Robinson Crusoe starring Robert Hoffmann : part 5
10.15 Ten/Fifteen: live music and fashion talk from Toyah, motorbike scrambling with David Essex , plus the Illustrated Top Ten.
10.30 Newsround Sports Report
Paul McDowell and the Newsround team with one of the weeks stories, people or issues.
Director DAVID LANGFORD Producer TONY HARRISON
Executive producer DAVID BROWN
To check details of any holiday weas shown ring the Get Set answer-phone today or tomorrow on [number removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Powell
Unknown:
Mark Curry
Unknown:
Johnny Ball
Unknown:
Robinson Crusoe
Unknown:
Robert Hoffmann
Unknown:
David Essex
Unknown:
Paul McDowell
Director:
David Langford
Producer:
Tony Harrison
Producer:
David Brown

Based on a popular European comic strip, this full-length animated film tells of a Western frontier town which is tamed by a mild-mannered gunman, Lucky Luke.
Our hero is made sheriff, but trouble looms when the dangerous
Dalton brothers hold up a stage coach, ride into town and terrorise the townsfolk. The Dalton brothers soon prove to be only the start of the trouble when the town is menaced by Indians sporting unusual warpaint ..
Films: page 15

Contributors

Voices by:
Rich Little
Directed by:
Rene Goscinny

presenting the optimistic, maestructible panther who is permanently in-the-pink and introducing
Crazylegs Crane in a triple helping of comic fantasy.
Today: Pink Arcade, Life with Feather, Pink SWAT
The Pink Panther theme by henry mancini

Contributors

Unknown:
Crazylegs Crane
Unknown:
Henry Mancini

with Mike Read
Which 1970s group had a line-up which included Jon Anderson, Bill Bruford and Rick Wakeman? Which group did Eric Clapton describe as 'like Buddy Guy with a rhythm section'? Who is in the charts now with 'Ghosts'?
From the archives: The Kinks, Bay City Rollers, Cream
This week's teams:
Phil Collins of Genesis, Robert Plant, legendary singer, Colin Moulding of XTC v Bill Bruford of King Crimson, Suzi Quatro, chart-topping bassist Geoff Deane of Modern Romance.
(Mike Read is one of Three Men in a Boat, Radio 1 Monday-Friday at 7.0 am)

Contributors

Presenter:
Mike Read
Panellist:
Phil Collins
Panellist:
Robert Plant
Panellist:
Colin Moulding
Panellist:
Bill Bruford
Panellist:
Suzi Quatro
Panellist:
Geoff Deane
Assistant Producer:
Jill Sinclair
Assistant Producer:
Hilary Briegel
Director:
Philip Chilvers
Producer:
Frances Whitaker

starring
David Janssen , Don Meredith
Ray Milland , Broderick Crawford
When a Federal Marshal becomes ill aboard Transcom Airways flight 602, his prisoner seizes an opportunity to take command of the plane. In the ensuing fracas, the plane is dangerously crippled when a bullet damages the hydraulics ... David Janssen stars as the endangered plane's captain in this tense air drama.
Screenplay by AUSTIN FERGUSON
DICK NELSON and ANDREW J. FENADY from a novel by AUSTIN FERGUSON Produced by ANDREW J. FENADY
Directed by ROBERT BUTLER. Films: p 15 (First showing on British television)

Contributors

Unknown:
David Janssen
Unknown:
Don Meredith
Unknown:
Ray Milland
Unknown:
Broderick Crawford
Unknown:
David Janssen
Unknown:
Austin Ferguson
Unknown:
Dick Nelson
Unknown:
Andrew J. Fenady
Novel By:
Austin Ferguson
Produced By:
Andrew J. Fenady
Directed By:
Robert Butler.
Capt Pete Douglass:
David Janssen
Mike Fuller:
Don Meredith
Stan Burkhart:
Christopher George
Dr Mannheim:
Ray Milland
Cathy Armello:
Lynda Day George
Susan MacKenzie:
Maggie Blye
Greco:
Mar Joe Gortner
Marshal Riese:
Broderick Crawford
Harry Jensen:
Tom Drake
Cindy Weston:
Christopher Norris
Belsen:
Harry Rhodes
Terry Dunlap:
Shani Wallis

with Magnus Magnusson
To celebrate Mastermind's first decade, all ten champions return to pit their wits against one another. Over the next three evenings they meet in the Old Library of Guildhall in the City of London. The two top scorers from each group of five champions will go through to the Final on Monday. Tonight's Masterminds are: Elizabeth Horrocks (1974) Arthurian Literature Sir David Hunt (1977) History of Cyprus
Philip Jenkins (1979)
History of England AD 500-800 Roger Pritchard (1976) Life of Lord Palmerston Nancy Wilkinson (1972)
British Wild Flowers

Contributors

Unknown:
Magnus Magnusson
Unknown:
Elizabeth Horrocks
Unknown:
Sir David Hunt
Unknown:
Roger Pritchard

The first of nine programmes in a brand new series for all the family, live from Television Centre in London - presenting international entertainers with their songs and music, and the viewers' request spot 'There Goes That Song Again'.
Starring Val Doonican and featuring his guests Dennis Waterman, Barbara Dickson
With Ray Charles and the Singers

Contributors

Star/singer:
Val Doonican
Guest/singer:
Dennis Waterman
Guest/singer:
Barbara Dickson
Musicians:
Ray Charles and the Singers
Musical Director:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Musical Associate:
Roger Richards
Costume Designer:
Lynda Woodfield
Sound:
Keith Gunn
Lighting:
Ken McGregor
Designer:
Paul Trerise
Production:
Yvonne Littlewood

A new film series introducing the rich and powerful Carrington family.
From Denver, Colorado, Blake Carrington controls his vast international oil empire with ruthless determination. But he is not quite so successful in his private life. and when Matthew Blaisdell, one of Carrington's key employees, returns home unexpectedly after a long absence, he finds there have been some drastic and disturbing changes in his own family and in that of his wealthy and influential boss...

Contributors

Written by:
Richard Shapiro
Written by:
Esther Shapiro
Dirctor:
Ralph Senensky
Blake Carrington:
John Forsythe
Fallon:
Pamela Sue Martin
Steven:
Al Corley
Matthew:
Bo Hopkins
Krystle:
Linda Evans
Andrew:
Peter Mark Richman
Michael:
Wayne Northrop
Lindsay:
Katy Kurtzman
Claudia:
Pamela Bellwood
Walter:
Dale Robertson

Regional Variations (2)

Sportscene

BBC One Scotland

Introduced by Jimmy Hill
Action highlights of two Football League matches affecting championship honours, promotion and relegation. Plus interviews with personalities of the day, analysis of the key moments and the important news from BOB WILSON.
Also tonight the result of the April Goal of the Month competition, and a selection of goals for the Goal of the Season competition Commentators
JOHN MOTSON , BARRY DAVIES
Producers JOHN SHREWSBURY. JOHN WATTS Series producer FRED VINER Editor BOB ABRAHAMS

Contributors

Introduced By:
Jimmy Hill
Unknown:
Bob Wilson.
Unknown:
John Motson
Producer:
Fred Viner
Editor:
Bob Abrahams
on BBC One London

Last in a spectacular three-part drama starring.
The Japanese attack obliterates the harbour, the American planes and fleet. Army personnel and civilians alike are killed or hospitalised by the bombing raids. Colonel Forrest is made virtual dictator of the island as martial law is enforced. The aftermath of the raid brings the survivors to a new awareness of their lives and what the future holds. The date is 7 December 1941 and America has entered the Second World War.
Written by STIRLING SILLIPHANT
Produced by SAM MANNERS. Directed by HY AVERBACK and ALEX SINGER

Contributors

Written By:
Stirling Silliphant
Produced By:
Sam Manners.
Directed By:
Hy Averback
Unknown:
Alex Singer
Midge Forrest:
Angie Dickinson
Cal Lanford:
Robert Wagner
Colonel Forrest:
Dennis Weaver
Karel Lang:
Lesley Ann Warren
Holly:
Tiana Alexandra
Doug North:
Gregg Henry
Sally:
Katherine Helmond
Zylowski:
Adam Arkin
Sgt Chain:
Brian Dennehy
Sgt Walder:
Max Gail
Shirley:
Char Fontane
General's wife:
Audra Lindley
Cmdr North:
Richard Anderson
Mary North:
Marion Ross
Patricia North:
Mary Frances Crosby

BBC One London

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

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