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A See-Saw programme
by Julie Holder
Posey, Perkin and Pootle are "down in the dumps" but Mother Flump helps cheer them up by telling them about Auntie Myrtle.
(Repeat)

BBC video book Beebtots, stories from Noggin the Nog, The Clangers, Bagpuss and Ivor the Engine' (BBCV 9004), £29.95 from retailers

Contributors

Writer:
Julie Holder
Narration:
Gay Soper
Music:
Paul Reade
Animation:
David Kellehar
Producer:
David Yates

A series for 4- and 5-year-olds and adults watching with them. Old
King Cole Graham. Lynne and Kelly have fun making music and play with the LEYLAND VEHICLES BRASS BAND.
Director NICCI CROWTHER
Producer ROY THOMPSON
The First You and Me Book, H.85 from booksellers

Contributors

Unknown:
King Cole Graham.
Director:
Nicci Crowther
Producer:
Roy Thompson

A series of ten programmes Presented by Ann Ladbury with designs by Caroline Charles
9: Trousers are easy to sew but difficult to fit: Ann Ladbury shows how to cope with two of the most common problems. We ask designer Jeff Banks - is it really worth making your own clothes when ready-made are so good?
Assistant producer ERICA GRIFFITHS Studio director JEREMY ORLEBAR Producer JENNY ROGERS
Book (same title),£4.95 from booksellers

Contributors

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

with Roy Castle and Norris McWhirter Do you know ...
Who knitted a tube of tomato purée? The location of the biggest diamond?
Roy and Norris discover the longest, shortest, highest, lowest, rarest, deepest and greatest.
Designer RICHARD MORRIS
Producer ALAN RUSSELL
Book, More Record Breakers, 13.50 from booksellers

Contributors

Unknown:
Roy Castle
Unknown:
Norris McWhirter
Designer:
Richard Morris
Producer:
Alan Russell

Look East, Look North
Look North West, Midlands Today South East at Six
Points West, South Today Spotlight South West and at 6.25
Nationwide
FRANK BOUGH and RICHARD KERSHAW report on the news stories that matter and what they mean for the people of Britain, with films and features from the programme's team of reporters: LUKE CASEY , PATTIE COLDWELL JOHN HITCHINS , JAMES HOGG
BILL KERR ELLIOTT , LAURIE MAYER
FRAN MORRISON , MARGARET NELSON MICHAEL WALE , TONY WILKINSON
NICHOLAS WOOLLEY , GLYN WORSNIP

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Kershaw
Reporters:
Luke Casey
Reporters:
Pattie Coldwell
Unknown:
John Hitchins
Unknown:
James Hogg
Unknown:
Bill Kerr Elliott
Unknown:
Laurie Mayer
Unknown:
Fran Morrison
Unknown:
Margaret Nelson
Unknown:
Michael Wale
Unknown:
Tony Wilkinson
Unknown:
Nicholas Woolley

starring
Lena Zavaroni with her special guests Grace Kennedy and Brian Marshall
Musical director JOHN COLEMAN Choreographer LUD
Special material ERIC MERRIMAN Costume designer DORINDA REA Sound HUGH BARKER
Lighting DICKIE HICHAM
Designer Kenneth sharp
Producer Stewart morris

Contributors

Unknown:
Lena Zavaroni
Unknown:
Grace Kennedy
Unknown:
Brian Marshall
Director:
John Coleman

A serial in ten parts by John Finch
Starring Thora Hird, Bill Fraser, Nigel Stock and John Stone

Jim believes there are some who take advantage of the political apathy of the working man, who just wants to dig his garden and live his life...

BBC Manchester

Contributors

Writer:
John Finch
Music:
Peter Skellern
Script Editor:
Ted Rhodes
Designer:
Paul Montague
Producer:
Bill Sellars
Director:
Terence Dudley
Max Brassington:
John Stone
Sarah Brassington:
Ann Firbank
Barbara Weston:
Janet Key
Neil Kemp:
Henry Knowles
Henry Brassington:
Bill Fraser
Mabel Brassington:
Thora Hird
Guy Brassington:
Richard Willis
Bet McKellar:
Tracey Childs
Ian McKellar:
David Allister
Jim Turner:
Nigel Stock
Sheila McKellar:
Shirley Dixon
Les Turner:
Martyn Read
Dorothy Kemp:
Dorothy White
Sandra:
Karen Mayo-Chandler
Garage man:
Johnny Maxfield

The first in a new series of The Tuesday Documentary
Presented by The Rt Hon Norman St John-Stevas, MP
Before the autumn of 1978 few people outside Poland had heard of Karol Wojtyla , then quite suddenly, he was Pope. Today John Paul II is known to almost everyone. He has taken the Papacy out to the people of the world - jetting in to 20 different countries where he has been received by rapturous crowds.
He has championed human rights in the Third World, supported Solidarity in Poland, and spread the protection of his Papacy to the poor and politically suppressed. He is adored by millions, yet he has his critics. They say he runs his Catholic Church with a rod of iron, is intolerant of dissenting discussion, has little understanding of today's women, and has absolute confidence in his own sure judgment on almost every issue.
In this film, Norman St John-Stevas visits Poland, Brazil and the Vatican to assess the impact of John Paul II and, at an exclusive audience in Rome, talks to the Pope himself.
I Film cameraman nigel meakin I Sound recordist RON BROWN
Film editor LES FILBY
Producer jeremy BENNETT

Contributors

Unknown:
Norman St John-Stevas
Unknown:
Karol Wojtyla
Unknown:
John Paul
Unknown:
Norman St John

Terry Wogan hosts his own i inimitable late-night show with top stars from home and abroad, people in the Headlines and the very best of music.
Programme associate chris GREENWOOD Sound BOB FOLEY
Lighting PETER WESSON Designer JOHN STOUT
Director DAVE PERROTTET Producer MARCUS PLANTIN
If you would like to be considered as a possible contestant for the new series of Blankety Blank, write for an application form. enclosing sae, to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Terry Wogan
Designer:
John Stout
Director:
Dave Perrottet
Producer:
Marcus Plantin

starring with and Forty Reasons to Kill
The first of a two-part story
When Harry Orwell investigates the murder of an old friend he is caught in a web of corruption ...
Written by STEPHEN KANDEL
Directed by DARYL DUKE

Contributors

Written By:
Stephen Kandel
Directed By:
Daryl Duke
Harry Orwell:
David Janssen
John McKenzie:
Broderick Crawford
Glenna Nielson:
Joanna Pettet
Benjamin Ryerson:
Craig Stevens
Dep Pete Gutierrez:
Ned Romero
Lt Quinlan:
Henry Darrow

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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