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2: Pascual Flores
Pascual Flores was built 60 years ago in southern Spain as a fast schooner, but she very nearly ended her days as a scruffy little motor coaster. Now she's restored.
Narrator Tom Salmon Director JENNI BURROWS Producer ROBIN DRAKE
BBC Bristol. (Part 3 tomorrow at 9.0 am)

Contributors

Unknown:
Pascual Flores
Unknown:
Pascual Flores
Director:
Jenni Burrows
Producer:
Robin Drake

with Moira Stuart and Frances Coverdale including a special report on the Labour Party Conference Weather BILL GILES
12.57 Regional News (London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)

Contributors

Unknown:
Moira Stuart
Unknown:
Frances Coverdale

Eric Twinge is just another schoolboy-but when danger calls, a few mouthfuls of his special bananas and Eric is Bananaman.
With the voices Of TIM BROOKE-TAYLOR, BILL ODDIE, GRAEME GARDEN, JILL SHILLING
Written by BERNIE KAY Music by DAVID COOKE
Produced by TREVOR BOND Directed by TERRY WARD

Contributors

Unknown:
Tim Brooke-Taylor
Unknown:
Bill Oddie
Written By:
Bernie Kay
Music By:
David Cooke
Produced By:
Trevor Bond
Directed By:
Terry Ward

with Howard Stableford Round 3 of this week's quiz featuring the most amazing brain-teasers in the world.
THE KING DAVID HIGH SCHOOL,
LIVERPOOL V ST BERNADETTE 'S RC
SCHOOL, BRISTOL
Devised by CLIVE DOIG Designers
VIC MEREDITH , LES MCCALLUM Producer IAN OLIVER
(Part 4 tomorrow at 4.15)

Contributors

Unknown:
St Bernadette
Unknown:
Clive Doig
Unknown:
Vic Meredith
Unknown:
Les McCallum
Producer:
Ian Oliver

Godzilla, the 600-ton monster who has been asleep for a thousand years, rises from the depths of the Pacific to come to the aid of mankind. In this new series he continues his role as guardian to the crew of the research ship Calico.
The Golden Guardian attacks Godzilla and turns him into a golden statue.

with Simon Groom, Janet Ellis and Michael Sundin

Flood Alert!
After the summer drought, the villagers of Topsham in Devon were faced with floods when the River Exe produced its highest tide since 1966.
Michael helped to build the barricades to protect the centuries-old houses and joined the men of the Devon Fire Brigade keeping anxious watch on the rising waters.
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Presenter:
Simon Groom
Presenter:
Janet Ellis
Presenter:
Michael Sundin
Assistant Editor:
Lewis Bronze
Editor:
Biddy Baxter

Regional Variations (2)

by Margaret Simpson
A series of 18 programmes
Jimmy McClaren, the 'Godfather' of Grange Hill, begins to take a 'friendly interest' in Pogo's chain-letter enterprise.
(Repeat)
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Writer:
Margaret Simpson
Devised by:
Phil Redmond
Producer:
Kenny McBain
Director:
Carol Wilks
Mr McGuffy:
Fraser Cains
Mr Smart:
Simon Haywood
Nurse:
Maggie Ollerenshaw
Mr Howard:
Michael Osborne
Mrs Scott:
Jennifer Piercey
Mrs McClusky:
Gwyneth Powell
Miss Lexington:
Allyson Rees
Miss Gordon:
Kara Wilson
Duane Orpington:
Mark Baxter
Claire Scott:
Paula-Ann Bland
Anita Unsworth:
Joanne Boakes
Stewpot Stewart:
Mark Burdis
Christine Everson:
Lisa East
Pogo Patterson:
Peter Emmett
Jonathan Davies:
Leigh Gotch
Nigel Flavin:
Gary Hailes
Precious Matthews:
Dulice Liecier
Jimmy McClaren:
Gary Love
Errol Smith:
Paul McKenzie
Randir Singh:
Kaka Singh
Suzanne Ross:
Susan Tully
Glenroy:
Steven Woodcock

Presented by Kieran Prendiville Peter McCann , Maggie Philbin and Judith Hann Producers
DANA PURVIS , MICHAEL COYLE
HENRY CAMPION , CYNTHIA PAGE
Studio director STUART MCDONALD Editor MARTIN MORTIMORE

Contributors

Presented By:
Kieran Prendiville
Presented By:
Peter McCann
Presented By:
Maggie Philbin
Presented By:
Judith Hann
Producers:
Dana Purvis
Unknown:
Michael Coyle
Unknown:
Henry Campion
Director:
Stuart McDonald
Editor:
Martin Mortimore

Regional Variations (2)

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Fifth episode about photographer Plantagenet Evans. Starring Ronnie Barker.

Regional Variations (2)

Week In Week Out

BBC One Wales

Written and presented by Roger Cook
Radio 4's award-winning programme comes to television for a short series to investigate cases raised by viewers which can include unfair dealing, bureaucratic bungling, injustice or even fraud.
Video cameraman LAURIE RUSH Researcher DINA GOLD Television producers
DAVID BOWEN-JONES and DAVID HANINGTON
Editor JOHN EDWARDS
Roger Cook's Checkpoint. A BBC Aerial Book £2.95 from booksellers

Contributors

Presented By:
Roger Cook
Unknown:
David Bowen-Jones
Unknown:
David Hanington
Editor:
John Edwards

from Wembley Arena featuring The Norwich Union Championship
Puissance night at Wembley when all eyes are focussed on the big red wall in the centre of the arena.
Plus horses racing against each other in the Knock-Out Stakes, and a look at some of the other entertainment. Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators RAYMOND
BROOKS-WARD, STEPHEN HADLEY Producer JOHNNIE WATHERSTON

Contributors

Introduced By:
David Vine
Unknown:
Stephen Hadley
Producer:
Johnnie Watherston

with David Jessel
At the heart of the actions that make the news lie decisions and dilemmas, prejudices and passions, that are defined by our sense of what's right and what's wrong.
Each week David Jessel takes issue with a major story of concern or conscience, and looks for what can be found at the Heart of the Matter. Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF
Series producer COLIN CAMERON

Contributors

Unknown:
David Jessel
Unknown:
David Jessel
Producer:
Colin Cameron

Fay Weldon and Richard Hoggart look at working lives and tides of change in Britain: 3: Sweet Dreams with Miriam Margolyes
Managing a small business is a dream to which many people aspire but it's a dream that doesn't often come true.
A women's fashion company, a hairdressing salon and an engineering works are three dreams that have come true - but with a struggle. Film editor HELEN COOK
Producer JULIAN STENHOUSE

Contributors

Unknown:
Fay Weldon
Unknown:
Richard Hoggart
Unknown:
Miriam Margolyes
Editor:
Helen Cook
Producer:
Julian Stenhouse

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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