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Selina Scott and Nick Ross start the weekend with the help of their studio guest, actor Edward Fox.
Lynn Faulds Wood has more consumer news;
David Wheal presents In Vision - news and previews from the world of television; Glynn Christian has weekend price advice from the shops; Mike Smith brings you up to date on the Pop scene; Glyn Worsnip casts his eye back over the past seven days in his
Friday Diary; and Alan Titchmarsh has more gardening tips from Titch's Pitch.

Contributors

Unknown:
Nick Ross
Unknown:
Edward Fox.
Unknown:
Lynn Faulds Wood
Unknown:
David Wheal
Unknown:
Glynn Christian
Unknown:
Mike Smith
Unknown:
Glyn Worsnip
Unknown:
Alan Titchmarsh

with Richard Whitmore and Julie Carter
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
12.57 Regional News
(London and SE: Financial
Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Whitmore
Unknown:
Julie Carter
Unknown:
Weather Ian McCaskill

The Benson and Hedges Masters
The third quarter-final
TONY KNOWLES versus KIRK STEVENS was the form forecast for today's nine-frame match.
Surprisingly, neither player has ever been involved in the final here, but both players reached the semi-finals last year.
DAVID ICKE has the names and introduces live coverage of the frames from the Wembley Conference Centre.

Contributors

Unknown:
Tony Knowles
Unknown:
Kirk Stevens
Unknown:
David Icke

Presenter Brian Jameson Guest Liz Watts
Story: Scruff by GERALD ROSE Musical director PETER PONTZEN Percussion LYN EDWARDS
Film editor GERRY BARWICK Director MARTIN FISHER
Series producer ANNE GOBEY Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Presenter:
Brian Jameson
Presenter:
Guest Liz Watts
Director:
Peter Pontzen
Director:
Percussion Lyn Edwards
Editor:
Gerry Barwick
Director:
Martin Fisher
Editor:
Cynthia Felgate

by DICK KING SMITH
Told by Tony Aitken for Jackanory. Part 4
Pictures by JANE BOTTOMLEY Designer DONAL WOODS Executive producer ANGELA BEECHING
Producer CHRISTINE SECOMBE Director NEL ROMANO

Contributors

Unknown:
Dick King Smith
Told By:
Tony Aitken
Unknown:
Jane Bottomley
Designer:
Donal Woods
Producer:
Angela Beeching
Producer:
Christine Secombe
Director:
Nel Romano

Richard Stilgoe referees another game of electronic battleships between
ST MARY MAGDALENE 'S SCHOOL, Bexhill-on-Sea and THORNHILL MIDDLE SCHOOL, Leeds Featuring a special appearance by Bigleg Hipiman , this week's mystery guest.
Stand by with pencil and paper for this week's word in the giant anagram competition -you could win a BBC computer.
Format demised by ROBERT GOULD Designer CHRIS WEBSTER Producer IAN OLIVER

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Stilgoe
Unknown:
St Mary Magdalene
Unknown:
Bigleg Hipiman
Unknown:
Robert Gould
Designer:
Chris Webster
Producer:
Ian Oliver

From India, John Craven reports from a secret valley, hidden behind a steep cliff, on: The Amazing Success of Project Tiger. Ten years ago the big cats were threatened by extinction, but now their future is safe.
Producer NICK HEATHCOTE Editor ERIC ROWAN
ā— BACK PAGES: 86

Contributors

Unknown:
John Craven
Producer:
Nick Heathcote

by ROBERT WESTALL dramatised by WILLIAM CORLETT
5: The machine-gun has jammed, and with the threat of a German invasion increasing, Chas is desperate to get it mended.
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director COLIN CANT

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Westall
Dramatised By:
William Corlett
Producer:
Paul Stone
Director:
Colin Cant
Rudi Gerlath:
Jurgen Anderson
Audrey Parton:
Debbie Breen
Nicky NichoL:
Alastair Craig
Clogger Duncan:
Andrew Craig
Observer:
Alan Dale
Sandy Sanderson:
Art Davies
Carrot Juice:
Adrian Dawson
Nana McGill:
Lyn Douglas
Sgt Green:
John Gannie
Stan Liddell:
Harry Herring
Granda McGill:
Dick Irwin
Mrs Brown:
Susie Johns
Mrs McGill:
Pauline Moriarty
Boddser Brown:
Raymond Pattison
Cem Jones:
Tony Saint
Chas McGill:
Shaun Taylor
Mr McGill:
Les Wilde

Regional Variations (2)

Interval

BBC One Wales

Presented by Mike Smith Stars in the spotlight, personalities at play, and famous faces in unexpected places.
Sarah Greene , Jan Raven and Nick Rowan report the show-business events of the week. This week's Friday People include:
Julie Walters - a day in the life of the actress who captivated audiences and critics in Educating Rita and turned down the chance of working in Hollywood.
Angela Rippon - on the eve of her return from America where she has been presenting an arts programme in Boston. Director BRUCE THOMPSON Producer JANE LUSH

Contributors

Presented By:
Mike Smith
Unknown:
Sarah Greene
Unknown:
Jan Raven
Unknown:
Nick Rowan
Unknown:
Julie Walters
Director:
Bruce Thompson
Producer:
Jane Lush

Starring Les Dawson. This week's guests: Roy Walker, Janet Brown, Fred Housego, Tessa Sanderson, Bobby Davro, Patricia Hayes

Produced in association with Mark Goodson and Talbot TV Ltd

Contributors

Presenter:
Les Dawson
Panellist:
Roy Walker
Panellist:
Janet Brown
Panellist:
Fred Housego
Panellist:
Tessa Sanderson
Panellist:
Bobby Davro
Panellist:
Patricia Hayes
Lighting:
Peter Wesson
Designer:
John Bristow
Director:
Tony Newman
Producer:
Stanley Appel

Regional Variations (2)

Stars in Your Eyes

BBC One Scotland

The Benson and Hedges Masters
The fourth quarter-final STEVE DAVIS and TERRY GRIFFITHS were the favourites to be introduced at Wembley tonight, but with ALEX HIGGINS and BILL WERBENIUK in the field anything might have happened.
Live coverage from DAVID ICKE

Contributors

Unknown:
Steve Davis
Unknown:
Terry Griffiths
Unknown:
Alex Higgins
Unknown:
Bill Werbeniuk
Unknown:
David Icke

Regional Variations (2)

Odyssey

BBC One Scotland

Tough and rough - but likeable and friendly. Two young cops walk a tightrope in the world of crime. starring
Tap Dancing Her Way Right Back Into Your Hearts
Starsky the tango instructor and Hutch a Texan millionaire? The two cops go under-cover to solve the mystery of a genteel dance studio and find themselves tripping the light fantastic to a sinister tune of blackmail and murder.
Written by EDWARD J. LAKSO Directed by FERNANDO LAMAS

Contributors

Directed By:
Fernando Lamas
Starsky:
Paul Michael Glaser
Hutch:
And David Soul
Huggy Bear:
Antonio Fargas
Captain Dobey:
Bernie Hamilton
Ginger Evans:
Audrey Christie
Marianne Tustin:
Veronica Hamel
A C Chambers:
Liam Sullivan
Carl Starger:
Devren Bookwalter
Marsha:
Sondra Currie

Barry Took with your comments in the programme you help to write.
Producer BERNARD NEWNHAM Please send letters to:
Barry Took , Points of View, BBC Television Centre, London W12 8QT

Contributors

Unknown:
Barry Took
Unknown:
Barry Took

The Benson and Hedges Masters
The fourth quarter-final
TERRY GRIFFITHS , who was seeded to play STEVE DAVIS tonight, must enjoy the Wembley tension. He has reached the final four times in the last five years, and has won the highest break prize three times. Even
STEVE DAVIS 'S record does not compare with that, though as always he was the pre-tournament favourite.
DAVID ICKE introduces further coverage.

Contributors

Unknown:
Terry Griffiths
Unknown:
Steve Davis
Unknown:
Steve Davis

starring Barry Newman Susan Clark
Shelley Winters Leslie Nielson
James Franciscus Ava Gardner and Henry Fonda
Started accidentally, a fire spreads fast until an entire city centre is engulfed in flames when an explosion occurs at an oil refinery. At the heart of the inferno is a busy hospital. For the city's firefighters, the battle to find an escape route for those trapped by the blaze is a desperate one because both time and water are running out....
Screenplay JACK HILL, DAVID P. LEWIS and DEUNE LA FRENIERE
Produced by CLAUDE HEROUX Directed by ALVIN RAKOFF
0 FILMS: page 17

Contributors

Unknown:
Barry Newman
Unknown:
Susan Clark
Unknown:
Shelley Winters
Unknown:
Leslie Nielson
Unknown:
James Franciscus
Unknown:
Ava Gardner
Unknown:
Henry Fonda
Unknown:
David P. Lewis
Produced By:
Claude Heroux
Directed By:
Alvin Rakoff
Dr Frank Whitman:
Barry Newman
Diana Brockhurst-Lautrec:
Susan Clark
Nurse Andrea Harper:
Shelley Winters
Mayor William Dudley:
Leslie Nielson
Jimbo:
James Franciscus
Maggie Grayson:
Ava Gardner
Chief Albert Risley:
Henry Fonda
John O'Brien:
Ma Vor Moore

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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