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Live from the Picture Show control room Mark Curry introduces another exciting selection of films, competitions, cartoons and pop music.
Maggie Philbin takes the Mobile Picture Unit for a day trip to one of Britain's most historic tourist resorts. Star guest: David Copperfield.
There's music from one of the best new pop bands Silent Running.
Viewers can win lots of prizes in the new telephone memory game, Pick a Pair and in the first of the Picture Show postcode competitions.
And there's lots more including episode 2 of Zorro Fighting Legion, pop-in guests Bourgie Bourgie and more cartoon fun with Boss Cat.
Designer BARRY ROACH
Producer TONY HARRISON
Executive producer DAVID BROWN
BBC Manchester

Contributors

Introduces:
Mark Curry
Unknown:
Maggie Philbin
Unknown:
David Copperfield.
Unknown:
Bourgie Bourgie
Designer:
Barry Roach
Producer:
Tony Harrison
Producer:
David Brown

The classic British comedy starring Will Hay, Moore Marriott, Graham Moffatt.

In the remote and rather antiquated railway station of Buggleskelly in Northern Ireland, the station-master is the ironically named William Porter - a tyrant of the first order. His minions in incompetence are Jeremiah and Albert, who contribute to the chaos and near mayhem in this great classic of British comedy. For railway fans there is a chase featuring Gladstone - a steam locomotive cousin to the original Rocket.

Contributors

Screenplay:
Marriott Edgar
Screenplay:
Val Guest
Screenplay:
J.O.C. Orton
Producer:
Edward Black
Director:
Marcel Varnel
William Porter:
Will Hay
Jeremiah Harbottle:
Moore Marriott
Albert:
Graham Moffatt
Charles Trimbletow:
Sebastian Smith
Mrs Trimbletow:
Agnes Lauchlan
Supt:
Percy Walsh
Grogan:
Dennis Wyndham
Postman:
Dave O'Toole

starring
Daisy's Shotgun Wedding
When a family of moonshiners take Hazzard by storm they leave with $20,000 of Boss Hogg's money and Daisy Duke! Bo and Luke take to the air in a desperate attempt to save their cousin from wedded bliss!
Written by SI ROSE

Contributors

Written By:
Si Rose
Luke Duke:
Tom Wopat
Bo:
John Schneider
Daisy:
Catherine Bach
Jessie:
Denver Pyle
Rosco:
James Best
Boss Hogg:
Sorrell Booke
Enos:
Sonny Shroyer
Cooter:
Ben Jones
Milo Beaudry:
With Richard Moll
Pa Beaudry:
J S Young

written by RAYMOND ALLEN
starring
Designer
IAN RAWNSLEY
Production MICHAEL MILLS

Contributors

Written By:
Raymond Allen
Unknown:
Ian Rawnsley
Unknown:
Michael Mills
Frank:
Michael Crawford
Betty:
Michele Dotrice
Fletcher:
Barry Lineham
George:
Peter Green
Jack Downer:
Michael Golden
Katherine:
Carolyn Hudson

Les Dennis , Dustin Gee and Roy Jay bring you a further blend of comedy and music in the final show of the series. With CAROLINE DENNIS and guests
Al Dean , Nik Kershaw and Hale and Pace
Script associate NEIL SHAND
Musical director KEN JONES
Choreography CHRIS POWER Sound HUGH BARKER
Lighting KEN MACGREGOR
Designer JOHN ANDERSON
Produced and directed by JOHN BISHOP

Contributors

Unknown:
Les Dennis
Unknown:
Dustin Gee
Unknown:
Roy Jay
Unknown:
Caroline Dennis
Unknown:
Al Dean
Unknown:
Nik Kershaw
Unknown:
Neil Shand
Director:
Ken Jones
Unknown:
Chris Power
Unknown:
Hugh Barker
Unknown:
Ken MacGregor
Designer:
John Anderson
Directed By:
John Bishop

starring Warren Mitchell, Dandy Nichols
London, 1939. War with Germany is imminent but the opinionated bigot Alf Garnett refuses to believe it. And when war is declared Alf firmly believes that it will be over 'in a matter of days'.
Screenplay by Johnny Speight based on his own story
Films: page 14

Contributors

Screenplay by:
Johnny Speight
Produced By:
John Pennington
Directed By:
Norman Cohen
Alf Garnett:
Warren Mitchell
Else Garnett:
Dandy Nichols
Mike:
Anthony Booth
Rita:
Una Stubbs
Mike's father:
Liam Redmond
Bert:
Bill Maynard
Army sergeant:
Brian Blessed
Man in pub:
Sam Kydd
Valuation officer:
Frank Thornton

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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