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with Tony Hart, Colin Bennett as the Caretaker and Morph

Take Hart has left the warmth and comfort of the studio for...

Muddy fields, sheep shearing, feeding pigs, milking cows, bird spotting, old machinery, three local children and a six foot owl.

Set against the rural and rugged landscape of the Derbyshire Dales, Tony Hart and Mr Bennett enjoy a week's holiday... On the Farm.

Back Pages: 70-71


Tony Hart
Colin Bennett
Film Cameraman:
John Beck
Film Editor:
Alan Trott
Jane Tarleton
Christopher Pilkington

For the second time this week the members of the Gorsedd of Bards assemble at the National Eisteddfod at Swansea. They pay tribute to the winner of the major poetry prize - the Eisteddfod Chair.

Commentary Alun Williams

(Ceir sylwebaeth Gymraeg ar BBC Cymru/Wales)


Alun Williams
Production Team:
Rhys Ifans
Production Team:
Ieuan T. Lewis
Production Team:
Trevor Lewis
Production Team:
Dennis Pritchard Jones
Production Team:
Huw Brian Williams
Executive Producer:
Onllwyn Brace
Ruth Price

A programme for children under 5

Story: "A Day for a Swim"
Written by Robin Haldane
Photographs by Barry Boxall

Presenters Floella Benjamin, Andrew Secombe

(Shown on BBC2 at 10.30 am)


Floella Benjamin
Andrew Secombe
Author (A Day for a Swim):
Robin Haldane
Photography (A Day for a Swim):
Barry Boxall

with Johnny Ball

This week Johnny discovers the fun behind the facts about Great Britain.

Johnny discloses the amazing story of a country and its empire - its men, machines and monarchy. A tale of the greatest exhibition the world has ever known and a series of firsts from turbines to television. Great Britain from A to Z or JB on GB.

BBC Bristol


Johnny Ball
Executive Producer:
Cynthia Felgate
Albert Barber

The first of four programmes

The award-winning series in which David Bellamy, shrunken in size - but not in enthusiasm - takes a journey through an ordinary British garden proving that you don't have to go to remote parts of the world to learn about the wonders of evolution.

Book (same title) £4.50 from booksellers



David Bellamy
Paul Kriwaczek
Mike Weatherley

Starring Debbie Allen as Lydia Grant, Lee Curreri as Bruno Martelli, Erica Gimpel as Coco Hernandez, Albert Hague as Professor Shorofsky, Carlo Imperato as Danny Amatullo, Carol Mayo Jenkins as Elizabeth Sherwood, Valerie Landsburg as Doris Schwartz, P.R. Paul as Montgomery MacNeill, Gene Anthony Ray as Leroy Johnson, Lori Singer as Julie Miller, Carmine Caridi as Angelo Martelli

Maybe Danny's a jerk and maybe he's stupid risking his place at school to get his career started, but what are friends for if not to help each other...?


Parke Perine
Alan J. Levi
Lydia Grant:
Debbie Allen
Bruno Martelli:
Lee Curreri
Coco Hernandez:
Erica Gimpel
Professor Shorofsky:
Albert Hague
Danny Amatullo:
Carlo Imperato
Elizabeth Sherwood:
Carol Mayo Jenkins
Doris Schwartz:
Valerie Landsburg
Montgomery MacNeill:
P.R. Paul
Leroy Johnson:
Gene Anthony Ray
Julie Miller:
Lori Singer
Angelo Martelli:
Carmine Caridl

Starring Des O'Connor who plays host to some of the finest entertainment talent from Britain and America. Des sings, jokes and talks in the company of his guests from both sides of the Atlantic.

Tonight's special guests are: from Britain Jim Davidson, Lena Zavaroni; from America Garry Shandling

(First shown on BBC2)


Des O'Connor
Jim Davidson
Lena Zavaroni
Garry Shandling
Orchestra directed by:
Colin Keyes
Programme Associate:
Neil Shand
Executive Producer:
James Moir
Brian Penders

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