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Selina Scott and Mike Smith with the brightest start to the day - and to the weekend. Including the latest in pop videos with Mike Smith at
7.32; Lynn Faulds Wood presents Danger Watch - a consumer notebook; Steve Blacknell 's preview of weekend events in What's On; Glyn Worsnip 's reflections on the past week in Worsnip's Diary; Glynn Christian has weekend shopping advice from Glynn's Barrow;
Alan Titchmarsh takes your calls on those gardening problems - ring him on [number removed]; Month by Month: Getting
Away - Nigel Coombes with the latest holiday and travel news.

Contributors

Unknown:
Selina Scott
Unknown:
Mike Smith
Unknown:
Mike Smith
Unknown:
Steve Blacknell
Unknown:
Glyn Worsnip
Unknown:
Glynn Christian
Unknown:
Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown:
Nigel Coombes

Regional Variations (2)

from Tokyo
The Free Dance
Live satellite coverage of the crucial routines which will decide this year's championship.
Favourites for gold are Russians
NATALIA BESTEMIANOVA and ANDREI BUKIN , but don't discount the ever-growing challenge from team-mates MARINA KLIMOVA and SERGEI PONOMARENKO , While last year's bronze medallists from America, JUDY BLUMBERG and MICHAEL SEIBERT , could steal the limelight.
British hopes are centred on KAREN BARBER and NICKY SLATER. Also competing for Britain: SHARON JONES and PAUL ASKHAM.
Commentator ALAN WEEKS TV presentation: TBS OF JAPAN
Producer JIM RESIDE

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrei Bukin
Unknown:
Sergei Ponomarenko
Unknown:
Judy Blumberg
Unknown:
Michael Seibert
Unknown:
Karen Barber
Unknown:
Nicky Slater.
Unknown:
Sharon Jones
Unknown:
Paul Askham.

Clap your hands, tap your feet,
Or sit very still and nod to the beat
Presenter Fred Harris Guest Jane Hardy
Story: Junk Shop Jim and the Drum Kit by FRED HARRIS
Musical director RICHARD BROWN Woodwind MARTIN FRITH
Percussion PETER HOWLAND Brass DAVID HISSEY
Graphics TOM BROOKS , JOANNA CHEESE Director ALISON STEWART Producer PENNY LLOYD
Series producer ANNE GOBEY Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Presenter:
Fred Harris
Presenter:
Guest Jane Hardy
Unknown:
Shop Jim
Director:
Richard Brown
Director:
Woodwind Martin Frith
Unknown:
Percussion Peter Howland
Unknown:
Brass David Hissey
Unknown:
Graphics Tom Brooks
Director:
Alison Stewart
Editor:
Cynthia Felgate

Chairman Johnny Ball
In the red corner, a team of people with unusual, eccentric or simply revolting hobbies.
In the blue corner, this week's detective panel: Tara Redmond
Catherine Elcombe Darren Traynor Stephen Mullen
Will each hobby be revealed before the end of the round? Will the panel be defeated? Will anyone really care as long as it's fun?
Designer ROCHELLE SELWYN Producer IAN OLIVER
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Contributors

Unknown:
Johnny Ball
Unknown:
Tara Redmond
Unknown:
Catherine Elcombe
Unknown:
Darren Traynor
Unknown:
Stephen Mullen
Designer:
Rochelle Selwyn
Producer:
Ian Oliver

Every Friday the Newsround team takes a closer look at one of the big news stories. With the world's attention focused on the plight of the people of Africa suffering famine and drought,
John Craven reports on The State of the World's Children. Fifteen million young children die each year and UNICEF think that as many as half of them could be saved at very little cost.

Contributors

Unknown:
John Craven

from Tokyo. The Free Dance British pedigree in world ice dancing is legend - only half a dozen barren years since
Lawrence Demmy with Jean Westwood collected the first British medals back in 1952. For KAREN BARBER and NICKY SLATER today's free programme could extend that record, for their Dragon Dance is unashamedly
Oriental in appeal, but the title itself seems set for the Soviet Union.
Commentator ALAN WEEKS

Contributors

Unknown:
Lawrence Demmy
Unknown:
Jean Westwood
Unknown:
Karen Barber
Unknown:
Nicky Slater

with Paul Daniels t Which of the six hopeful contestants can correctly identify the words, picture or piece of music as the odd one out and win useful. attractive or fun prizes? Join Paul Daniels for half an hour of sharp wit and brain-searching.
Produced by arrangement with RALPH EDWARDS PRODUCTIONS and ACTION TIME LTD
Based on an original format devised by MARK MAXWELL-SMITH Sound MALCOLM JOHNSON Lighting HENRY BARBER Designer TONY SNOADEN Director DAVID TAYLOR Producer PAUL Ciani

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Daniels
Unknown:
Paul Daniels
Arrangement With:
Ralph Edwards
Unknown:
Malcolm Johnson
Unknown:
Henry Barber
Designer:
Tony Snoaden
Director:
David Taylor
Producer:
Paul Oani

Regional Variations (2)

Beechgrove Garden

BBC One Scotland

Tough and rough-but likeable and friendly. Two young cops walk a tightrope in the world of crime. starring
A Long Walk Do:M! a S/:orf D!r< 7!oad
Success has its price for country star Sue
Ann Grainger who is plagued by an anonymous caller demanding money for his 'part' in her rise to fame. Starsky and Hutch are called in when the man's threats turn into a deadly reality....
Written by JOSEPH NAAR
Directed by GEORGE MCCOWAN

Contributors

Unknown:
Ann Grainger
Written By:
Joseph Naar
Directed By:
George McCowan
Starsky:
Paul Michael Giaser
Hutch:
David Soul
Huggy Bear:
Antonlo Fargas
Capt Dobey:
Bernie Hamilton
Sue Ann:
Lynn Anderson
Jerry Tabor:
Josh Bryant
Fireball:
Scatman Crothers

Regional Variations (2)

Olivier Act II

BBC One Wales

Act III
"I have done the state some service and they know't" (Othello)
"What the National Theatre owes to Olivier is its very existence. I sincerely do not believe it would be here if he had not made it happen. He has brought the classical theatre into the 21st century in my view." (Sir Peter Hall)
On no actor or artist have so many honours been heaped. Laurence Olivier's peerage (1970) and his membership of the Order of Merit (1981) are rewards for an achievement which goes far beyond that of great acting. Overcoming terrible illnesses in recent years, his phenomenal record has embraced all aspects of theatre, film and television for over six decades.
With extracts from: "Othello", "The Merchant of Venice", "Long Day's Journey into Night", "Sleuth", "Marathon Man", "The Collection", "The Boys from Brazil" and "King Lear".
Among those taking part are Michael Blakemore, Michael Caine, Sir John Gielgud, Derek Granger, Sir Peter Hall, Charlton Heston, Bernard Levin, Jonathan Miller, John Schlesinger, Peter Ustinov, Toyah Willcox and Terence Young.

Contributors

Subject:
Laurence Olivier
Interviewee:
Michael Blakemore
Interviewee:
Michael Caine
Interviewee:
Sir John Gielgud
Interviewee:
Derek Granger
Interviewee:
Sir Peter Hall
Interviewee:
Bernard Levin
Interviewee:
Jonathan Miller
Interviewee:
John Schlesinger
Interviewee:
Peter Ustinov
Interviewee:
Toyah Willcox
Interviewee:
Terence Young
Research:
Judy Bramwell
Film Editor:
Michael Crozier
Produced by:
Bridget Winter

starring Dennis Cole, Susan Sullivan, Ray Milland, Leslie Neilsen
When heavy rainstorms threaten the safety of the Five Mile Caverns in Yellowstone Park, the Chief of Rangers is reluctant to close the caves down as a Senate inspection is due. As State Senator Kate Lassiter and Ranger Jack Miller descend to the caves, another party begins a special VIP tour. Unknown to them all, an escaped convict and killer is lurking in the North Fork. Personal conflicts and fears intensify underground when the dreaded cave-ins occur...
Screenplay by NORMAN KATKOV Produced by IRWIN ALLEN Directed by GEORG FENADY
• FILMS: page 20

Contributors

Unknown:
Dennis Cole
Unknown:
Susan Sullivan
Unknown:
Kate Lassiter
Unknown:
Ranger Jack Miller
Unknown:
Norman Katkov
Produced By:
Irwin Allen
Directed By:
Georg Fenady
Kate Lassiter:
Susan Sullivan
Gene Pearson:
Dennis Cole
Professor Soames:
Ray Mlland
Anne Soames:
Sheila Larken
Joe Johnson:
Leslie Neilsen
Liz Johnson:
Julie Sommars
Walt CIark:
Lonny Chapman
Jack Miller:
William Bryant
Tom Arlen:
James Olson
Doctor:
Ivan Bonar
Larry Manson:
David Westburg
Herb:
Todd Martin
Cooper:
Joseph Della Sorte

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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