Programme Index

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with Selina Scott and Mike Smith
For regular features see Monday
Plus today: Gardening
Tips with Alan Titchmarsh between
7.30 and 7.45
Pop News between 7.45 and 8.0
Food and Cooking with Glynn Christian between 8.30 and 9.0

Contributors

Presenter:
Selina Scott
Presenter:
Mike Smith
Reporter:
Alan Titchmarsh
Reporter:
Glynn Christian

Your ideas, games and activities presented by the children of the Bristol Why Don't You....? gang.
Producer HILARY MURPHY
Series producer PETER CHARLTON Please send your ideas to:
'Why Don't YOU ... ?', [address removed]If you want a reply, please enclose a stamped addressed envelope.

Contributors

Producer:
Hilary Murphy
Producer:
Peter Charlton

A See-Saw programme Out in the Cold
Highland cattle have thick shaggy coats to keep out the cold. The arctic fox and snowy owl are snow white to blend into a winter landscape. The pine marten, red deer and capercailli are some of the other animals seen in the Scottish Highlands. Music and narration by DEREK GRIFFITHS

Contributors

Unknown:
Derek Griffiths

Pets Extraordinary
Introduced by Johnny Morris and Terry Nutkins
Today, another chance to see Johnny and Terry taking to the road to visit the homes of some of the young people who've written in to Animal Magic about their own special animals. Among others, they met a pet racoon, two badgers that have to be taken for a walk every day, some wild squirrels performing in a back garden, and an otter that likes classical music.
Director MOIRA MANN Producer MIKE BEYNON BBC Bristol

Contributors

Introduced By:
Johnny Morris
Introduced By:
Terry Nutkins
Director:
Moira Mann

The feature film starring Harry Guardino
Robert Culp , Shirley Eaton
While on safari Dr Jim Hanlon , a scientist devoted to saving African animals from extinction, finds himself at war with the big game poachers - in particular the unscrupulous Alec Burnett. When Burnett is offered a high price by a black marketeer for two rare white rhinos, he joins forces with Hanlon, believing that the latter's drugs and tranquillisers will make the task easier.
Screenplay by ART ARTHUR and ARTHUR WEISS From a story by ART ARTHUR Produced by BEN CHAPMAN Directed by IVAN TORS Films: page 17

Contributors

Unknown:
Harry Guardino
Unknown:
Robert Culp
Unknown:
Shirley Eaton
Unknown:
Dr Jim Hanlon
Unknown:
Alec Burnett.
Play By:
Art Arthur
Unknown:
Arthur Weiss
Story By:
Art Arthur
Produced By:
Ben Chapman
Directed By:
Ivan Tors
Alec Burnett:
Harry Guardino
Dr Jim Hanlon:
Robert Culp
Edith Arleigh:
Shirley Eaton
JopO:
Harry Mekela
Haragay:
George Lane

What shapes are up high As the clouds blow by? Presenter Chloe Ashcroft Guest Fraser Wilson
Story: Clouds by PEGGY BLAKELEY Illustrated by KAZUO NIIZAKA
Musical director PETER PETTINGER Percussion/bass DAVID MOSES Woodwind MARTIN FRITH Film editor ROGER DACIER Designer GABY BRACHACKA
Directors MARTIN FISHER, JOHN LANE Series producer ANNE GOBEY Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Unknown:
Peggy Blakeley
Illustrated By:
Kazuo Niizaka
Director:
Peter Pettinger

Six programmes told in pictures 1: Puss in Boots
George Cole tells the original story which was first written hundreds of years ago by the great French story-teller CHARLES PERRAULT.
Series producer IAN MOO-YOUNG

Contributors

Unknown:
George Cole
Unknown:
Charles Perrault.

Roy Castle, with Norris McWhirter and Fiona Kennedy , explore anything and anyone with a claim to a place in the record books.
Designer COLIN BLAYMIRES
Producer ALAN RUSSELL

Contributors

Unknown:
Norris McWhirter
Unknown:
Fiona Kennedy
Designer:
Colin Blaymires
Producer:
Alan Russell

Presented by Gary Wilmot with Bill Homewood , Caroline Bernstein David Coker and The Gemini Twins Pupils: CATHERINE ELCOMBE
NATALIE FINLAN , DANIEL KIPLING
MARIA LEONIDOU , MARISSA LINDSAY and PAUL WALSBY
Calling all creeps! This is your second chance to take part in the course on how to survive at school!
Producer JUDY WHITFIELD

Contributors

Presented By:
Gary Wilmot
Unknown:
Bill Homewood
Unknown:
Caroline Bernstein
Unknown:
David Coker
Unknown:
Catherine Elcombe
Unknown:
Natalie Finlan
Unknown:
Daniel Kipling
Unknown:
Maria Leonidou
Producer:
Judy Whitfield

The first of five programmes by RICHARD COOPER
The test firing of a British missile ends in disaster.... a schoolboy who is a genius at sub-atomic physics ... is there a link between the two and how is the mysterious Mr Doll involved?
Producer PAUL STONE
Director MARILYN FOX

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Cooper
Unknown:
Mr Doll
Producer:
Paul Stone
Director:
Marilyn Fox
Martin Smith:
Barry Angel
Andy Rutherford:
Jack Galloway
Sir Hugh Francis:
Peter Cellier
John Doll:
Philip Locke
Edward Froelich:
John Malcolm
Frank Broadhurst:
Gorden Kaye
Mr Smith:
Ray Mort
Mrs Smith:
Sonia Fraser
Barry Smith:
Steven Mann
Headmaster:
David Beale
Maths teacher:
David Gooderson
Admiral:
Owen Holder
Naval officer:
Edmund Pegge
Pilot:
Alexei Jawdokimov

including
The News with tonight's Weather and Regional Magazines Presented by Nick Ross
Sarah Kennedy , Sally Magnusson with news read by Jan Leeming Your Sixty Minutes countdown
5.40 The News
5.54* Weather
5.55* Regional Magazines
6.38* Closing headlines
(For regional details see Tuesday)

Contributors

Presented By:
Nick Ross
Presented By:
Sarah Kennedy
Presented By:
Sally Magnusson
Read By:
Jan Leeming

The String Final
Three of next Sunday's finalists have already been chosen - tonight the fourth will be selected from the top string players in this year's competition.
Humphrey Burton introduces the five young musicians competing for the £400 first prize.
Sound ROY BRADSHAW
Lighting GEORGE NORTON Producer HELEN MORTON
Series producer ROY TIPPING Director DAVID BUCKTON

Contributors

Introduces:
Humphrey Burton
Producer:
Helen Morton
Director:
David Buckton
on BBC One London

Starring as the staff and students of New York's celebrated dream factory, the High School for the Performing Arts,
Debbie Allen as Lydia Grant
Lee Curreri as Bruno Martelli Cynthia Gibb as Holly Laird Erica Gimpel as Coco Albert Hague as Shorofsky Billy Hufsey as Christopher Donlan Carlo Imperato as Danny Amatullo Carol Mayo Jenkins as Elizabeth Sherwood
Valerie Landsburg as Doris Ken Swoffbrd as Quentin Morloch Claudia Wells as Marya Bronwyn Thomas as Michelle Fetch Kaufman as Waiter
Appearances
It is mid-term in the School of Arts and interviews are on to find new pupils. Danny is attracted to one candidate, but gets a slap in the face. Meanwhile in rehearsals, Holly and Christopher are spending quite some time practising their stage kisses.
Written by ALI MATHESON , KERRY EHRIN Director WILLIAM CLAXTON

Contributors

Unknown:
Debbie Allen
Unknown:
Lydia Grant
Unknown:
Lee Curreri
Unknown:
Bruno Martelli
Unknown:
Cynthia Gibb
Unknown:
Holly Laird
Unknown:
Erica Gimpel
Unknown:
Coco Albert Hague
Unknown:
Shorofsky Billy Hufsey
Unknown:
Christopher Donlan
Unknown:
Carlo Imperato
Unknown:
Danny Amatullo
Unknown:
Carol Mayo Jenkins
Unknown:
Elizabeth Sherwood
Unknown:
Valerie Landsburg
Unknown:
Doris Ken Swoffbrd
Unknown:
Quentin Morloch
Unknown:
Claudia Wells
Unknown:
Marya Bronwyn Thomas
Unknown:
Michelle Fetch Kaufman
Written By:
Ali Matheson
Written By:
Kerry Ehrin
Director:
William Claxton

with Noel Edmonds
Thunderbirds are go for the first adventure, the Post Office Tower opens, The Beatles collect their MBEs, Chris Andrews is in the charts with 'Yesterday man' and for the Fortunes 'Here it comes again'.
Noel re-creates this momentous month in the 60s for tonight's special guests.
Research DAVID NICOLSON
Produced and directed by HENRY MURRAY

Contributors

Unknown:
Noel Edmonds
Unknown:
Chris Andrews
Directed By:
Henry Murray

Two young cops walk a tightrope in the world of crime, starring
Death Notice
When a group of young striptease dancers receive anonymous death threats, Starsky and Hutch are assigned to keep a close watch over them. Which is not one of their more unpleasant tasks - until the killer strikes....
Written by ROBERT c. DENNIS
Directed by WILLIAM CRAIN

Contributors

Written By:
Robert C. Dennis
Directed By:
William Crain
Starsky:
Paul Michael Glaser
Hutch:
And David Soul
Anton:
Ivor Francis
Kathi:
Lenore Kasdorf
Manny:
Milton Kogan
Delano:
Walter Brooke
Jerry Neilan:
Vince Baggetta
Lou Posey:
Vince Martorano
Ginger:
Suzanne Charney
Sonja:
Roseanne Keaton
Arnold:
Chuck Bergansky
Francine:
Roz Kelly

Regional Variations (3)

The Beechgrove Garden

BBC One Scotland

Sportfolio

BBC One Wales

written by ROY CLARKE starring with Potter, the Vicar, Tolly and their wives have been invited to a cheese and wine party. Inevitably Potter decides to help some of the guests, but it does not necessarily make for a happier party.
Designer PAUL ALLEN
Produced and directed by BERNARD THOMPSON
10.45 News Headlines; Weather

Contributors

Written By:
Roy Clarke
Designer:
Paul Allen
Directed By:
Bernard Thompson
Redvers Potter:
Robin Bailey
the Vicar:
John Barron
Aileen:
Noel Dyson
Tolly:
And John Warner
Diana:
Honor Shepherd
Jane:
Brenda Cowling
Tom:
Patrick Monckton
Mark:
Michael Elwyn
Karen:
Katharine Schofield
Drunk:
Paul McDowell
Myra:
Maggie Henderson
Man in cupboard:
John Owens
Mrs Hendrix:
Vera Jakob
Mrs H's friend:
Romey Carr

starring
Peter Fonda
Lindsay Wagner
A rebellious American living in the poor quarters of Marrakesh is given a ticket home by a US official. His trip turns into a voyage of discovery when he meets a beautiful New York model who is attracted by the cloak of mystery that surrounds him. But can their new-found relationship survive when he reveals the reason for his journey home.... ?
Screenplay by RICHARD DE ROY
Produced and directed by ROBERT WISE (First showing on British television) Films-page 17

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Fonda
Unknown:
Lindsay Wagner
Play By:
Richard de Roy
Directed By:
Robert Wise
Evan Bonner:
Peter Fonda
Deirdre McCluskey:
Lindsay Wagner
Barbara Newman:
Estelle Parsons
Fitzgerald:
Alan Fudge
Gilles:
Philippe March

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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