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Live every Thursday morning, and broadcast simultaneously on BBC1 and Radio 4, an audience of 150 start their day with a chance to say what they think about issues which guarantee a good argument long after the headlines have faded. Paul Sieghart puts their opinions to the test. Research
JUDY HILL. ANN CHANCELLOR DAVIES Producers
JULIET MAY. ELAINE BEDELL
Executive producer JOHN WILCOX A Radiovision Unit production BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Sieghart
Unknown:
Elaine Bedell
Producer:
John Wilcox

Presented by Penny Junor and Pattie Coldwell
Diabetes: can you lack sugar and lead an energetic life? Boys Don't Cry: does the male of the species have a communication problem?
Swimming: the best exercise for babies and pensioners. Plus Vernon's Postbag:
Vernon Coleman answers more of your letters. and People in View: Julian Lloyd Webber talks about travels with his cello.
Studio director WENDIE KNIGHTON Producer MARIANNE BAIRD
Series editor GORDON MENZIES
For further information write to: Network. PO Box, Glasgow
[Postcode removed] or telephone [number removed]

Contributors

Presented By:
Penny Junor
Talks:
Julian Lloyd Webber
Director:
Wendie Knighton
Producer:
Marianne Baird

Dunkirk
The Story Behind the Legend Investigated by Nicholas Harman
Forty-four years ago, during eight days of May-June 1940, the British Army in France was evacuated from
Dunkirk. But this film is not a military history; it looks instead at the creation of a legend and reveals that the truth we think we all know about Dunkirk is not quite the truth after all.
Those taking part include
Generalmajor Heinz Guderian , the late French historian Jacques Mordal , and Dunkirk veterans in Britain.
Film editor DAVID THOMAS
Produced by HARRY HASTINGS

Contributors

Unknown:
Nicholas Harman
Unknown:
Generalmajor Heinz Guderian
Unknown:
Jacques Mordal
Editor:
David Thomas
Produced By:
Harry Hastings

with the voices Of TIM BROOKE-TAYLOR
BILL ODDIE , GRAEME GARDEN
JILL SHILLING
Written by BERNIE KAY Music by DAVE COOKE
Produced by TREVOR BOND Directed by TERRY WARD

Contributors

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

with Simon Groom, Janet Ellis, Michael Sundin
Christmas is Coming!
Be original - give people cards with a difference this year. Janet shows you how to make your own.
And watch out for the Lifesaver Appeal's totaliser, which will record your donations to this year's double Appeal.
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Contributors

Presenter:
Simon Groom
Presenter:
Janet Ellis
Presenter:
Michael Sundin

by BOB GODFREY and STAN HAYWARD
The Actor
Narration BOB GODFREY Music JOHN HYDE
Production BOB GODFREY

Contributors

Unknown:
Bob Godfrey
Unknown:
Stan Hayward
Unknown:
Godfrey Music John
Unknown:
Bob Godfrey

Regional Variations (2)

Interval

BBC One Wales

Episode 11 by JANE HOLLOWOOD
It is the Saturday of the sponsored walk and Roland is sweating a lot on the outcome. But things never turn out the way you expect!
Devised by PHIL REDMOND Film editor IAN FARR
Producer KENNY MCBAIN
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Contributors

Unknown:
Jane Hollowood
Unknown:
Phil Redmond
Editor:
Ian Farr
Producer:
Kenny McBain
Mr Baxter:
Michael Cronin
Mr Knowles:
Chris Jury
Miss Hartley:
Angela Newmarch
Miss Gordon:
Kara Wilson
Sarah Wilks:
Joanne Bell
Fay Lucas:
Alison Bettles
Claire Scott:
Paula-Ann Bland
Stewpot Stewart:
Mark Burdis
Annette Firman:
Nadia Chambers
Kevin Baylon:
Mmoloki Chrystie
Lucinda:
Titia Dean
Christine Everson:
Lisa East
Pogo Patterson:
Peter Emmett
Nigel Flavin:
Gary Hailes
Jimmy Flynn:
Terry Kinsella
Jimmy McClaren:
Gary Love
Zammo McGuire:
Lee MacDonald
Errol Smith:
Paul McKenzie
Terry Mitchell:
Keith Meade
Steven Defley:
Mark Monero
Roland Browning:
Erkan Mustafa
Janet St Clair:
Simone Nylander
Gluxo Remington:
David Rippey
Mandy Firth:
Anita Savage
Gripper Stebson:
Mark Savage
Kilvert:
Howard Selfe
Jason Richards:
Jason Watson
Jackie Wright:
Melissa Wilks
WU:
Eliot Wong
Glenroy:
Steven Woodcock
Julie Marchant:
Lisa York

Tonight, your chance to take part in science as it happens. An experiment involving thousands of volunteers around the world will be broadcast live on Tomorrow's World who need you to help with it. There are no problems to solve and no answers to send in -just watch the programme and all will be revealed. Presented by Maggie Philbin ,
Judith Hann , Kieran Prendiville Peter Macann
Producers HENRY CAMPION
DANA PURVIS , MARTIN MORTIMORE MICHAEL COYLE
Studio director STUART MCDONALD Editor CYNTHIA PAGE

Contributors

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

by GEORGE LAYTON starring Tony Britton and Nigel Havers
Private medicine vis-a-vis the National Health Service has long been a bone of contention between Tbby and Tom. Mind you, even
Tom accepts that there are times when knowing the right people can be useful.
This week's episode features Dinah Sheridan Richard Heffer
Film cameraman EUGENE CARR Designer GARRY FREEMAN Produced and directed by HAROLD SNOAD
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Contributors

Unknown:
George Layton
Unknown:
Tony Britton
Unknown:
Dinah Sheridan
Unknown:
Richard Heffer
Unknown:
Eugene Carr
Designer:
Garry Freeman
Directed By:
Harold Snoad
Dr Tom Latimer:
Nigel Havers
Dr Toby Latimer:
Tony Britton
Dr Charles Cartwright:
Richard Heffer
Mr Harrison:
Donald Eccles
Derek Porter:
John Woodnutt
Waitress:
Nora Connolly
Squash players:
Richard Bartlett
Squash players:
Roger Davidson
Nurse:
Marguerite Hardiman
Angela Latimer:
Dinah Sheridan
Dr Clegg:
Steven Mann

Regional Variations (3)

Week In Week Out

BBC One Wales

Battlefield Band

BBC One Scotland

With Jeremy Cherfas on the changing face of zoos and wildlife parks.

A $10 million hot house and a $7 million fridge show the extent to which some zoos go to make their inmates feel at home.

Jeremy Cherfas looks at penguins on ice beneath the Californian sun, and gorillas and orang-utans swinging in the steamy heat of Chicago's Tropic World in the depths of winter. Vending machines for lizards and showers for pigs are just some of the technological tricks that zoos have devised to provide animals with something to do and the visitors something to watch.

BBC Bristol
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Presenter:
Jeremy Cherfas
Photography:
Jim Saunders
Photography:
Tim Johnson
Sound:
Roger Long
Film Editor:
David Barrett
Music:
Streets Ahead
Assistatn Producer:
Moira Mann
Producer:
George Inger

by Alick Rowe
Starring Gareth Thomas as Morgan
with Martyn Hesford as Lee

Lee's old friends from Manchester make a surprise visit to Blainau. Old and new loyalties are questioned.

(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Writer:
Alick Rowe
Music composed and conducted by:
Richard Harvey
Studio Lighting:
Barry Chatfield
Designer:
Ian Ashurst
Script Editor:
Jenny Sheridan
Producer:
Gerard Glaister
Director:
John Gorrie
Morgan:
Gareth Thomas
Lee:
Martyn Hesford
Colin:
Gary Oldman
Ros:
Harriet Cole
Greener:
Julian Firth
Tom Duncan:
David Quilter
Matthew Gibbs:
John Skitt
Pugh Davies:
Jack Walters
Harry Gregory:
Alan Rowe
Price:
Charles Dale
Graham:
Robbin John
Tom Griffiths:
James Warrior
Sarah Griffiths:
Pippa Hinchley
Eileen Gregory:
Maxine Audley

Sir Robin Day's guests at the Greenwood Theatre are John Banham, Derek Hatton, Emma Nicholson

Contributors

Presenter:
Sir Robin Day
Panellist:
John Banham
Panellist:
Derek Hatton
Panellist:
Emma Nicholson
Director:
Ann Morley
Producer:
Liz Elton
Editor:
Barbara Maxwell

Regional Variations (2)

Zoo 2000

BBC One Wales

Mick Osborne talks about coping with a monotonous factory task; Robert Goodsell about the problems an 'impossible' job caused him, and Tony Mason about how he has adapted to being workless.
Sociologist Paul Willis and psychologist Paul Brown reflect on the complex links between masculinity and work. Commentary Kenneth Branagh
Film editor TERRY WILLIAMS Producer BERNARD ADAMS

Contributors

Talks:
Mick Osborne
Unknown:
Robert Goodsell
Unknown:
Tony Mason
Unknown:
Paul Willis
Unknown:
Paul Brown
Unknown:
Kenneth Branagh
Editor:
Terry Williams
Producer:
Bernard Adams

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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