Programme Index

Discover 9,876,080 listings and 221,510 playable programmes from the BBC

Mark Curry and Maggie Philbin welcome the weekend with a screenful of cartoons, pop music, guests and summertime reports from the mobile picture unit. Star guests in the studio Virginia Holgate and Nick Heyward
Cartoon heroes include Popeye, Bullwinkle and Godzilla. Lots more including competitions, surprise guests and a pop profile from Gary Davies.
Mark says 'The studio will be full of people making links for charity'. Producers
TONY HARRISON , MARTIN HUGHES Editor DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown:
Mark Curry
Unknown:
Maggie Philbin
Unknown:
Nick Heyward
Unknown:
Gary Davies.
Unknown:
Tony Harrison
Unknown:
Martin Hughes

Diana Prince
The Man Who Made Volcanoes
Wonder Woman undertakes a desperate task to persuade the Chinese and Russians that America is not behind a series of volcanic disturbances and in order to prevent a world war is pitted against a crazed scientist with an earth-shattering idea to achieve world peace.
Written by DAN ULLMAN WILTON DENMARK and BRIAN MCKAY Directed by ALAN CROSLAND
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Written By:
Dan Ullman Wilton Denmark
Written By:
Brian McKay
Directed By:
Alan Crosland
Wonder Woman:
Lynda Carter
Major Steve Trevor:
Lyle Waggoner
Joe Atkinson:
Normann Burton
Professor Chapman:
Roddy McDowall
Corbin:
Roger Davis
Mei Ling:
Irene Tsu
Liu Wan:
Richard Narita
Kalanin:
Milt Kogan
Tobirov:
Ray Young

starring
Keith Harris with Bernie Clifton Alvin Stardust Jacqui Scott and Pongo, Clint and JR Virgil , Bib and Tucker Cuddles , Orville
Musical director BARRY FRANCIS Written by COLIN EDMONDS TONY HARE. PETER HICKEY
GEORGE MARTIN. ALAN WHITING ALAN WIGHTMAN
Sound LEN SHOREY
Lighting PETER CATLETT
Designer BERNARD LLOYD-JONES Directed by TONY NEWMAN Produced by BILL WILSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Bernie Clifton
Unknown:
Alvin Stardust
Unknown:
Jacqui Scott
Unknown:
Jr Virgil
Unknown:
Tucker Cuddles
Director:
Barry Francis
Written By:
Colin Edmonds
Written By:
Tony Hare.
Written By:
Peter Hickey
Unknown:
George Martin.
Unknown:
Alan Whiting
Unknown:
Alan Wightman
Unknown:
Peter Catlett
Designer:
Bernard Lloyd-Jones
Directed By:
Tony Newman
Produced By:
Bill Wilson

starring
John Wayne
Richard Attenborough Jim Brannigan is a tough cop, even by Chicago standards. When he arrives in Britain in search of a notorious American crook, the British police resent his unconventional, gun-carrying methods and the chaos he brings to London life. John Wayne is
Brannigan in this fast-moving thriller and Richard Attenborough the Police Commander who finds a 'public menace' chasing the public enemy on his patch.
Screenplay by CHRISTOPHER TRUMBO. MICHAEL BUTLER.
WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN and WILUAN NORTON Produced by ARTHUR GARDNER and JULES LEVY
Directed by DOUGLAS HICKOX 0 FILMS: page 21
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
John Wayne
Unknown:
Richard Attenborough
Unknown:
Jim Brannigan
Unknown:
John Wayne
Unknown:
Richard Attenborough
Unknown:
Christopher Trumbo.
Unknown:
Michael Butler.
Unknown:
William P. McGivern
Unknown:
Wiluan Norton
Produced By:
Arthur Gardner
Produced By:
Jules Levy
Directed By:
Douglas Hickox
Jim Brannigan:
John Wayne
Commander Swan:
Richard Attenborough
Jennifer Thatcher:
Judy Geeson
Mel Fields:
Mel Ferrer
Larkin:
John Vernon
Gorman:
Daniel Pilon
Travern:
John Stride
Charlie:
James Booth
Drexel:
Del Henney
Luana:
Lesley Ann Down
Julian:
Barry Dennen
Freddy:
Anthony Booth

written by RAY CAMERON
BARRY CRYER , KENNY EVERETT Are the Nolans still in the car boot? Where is the male nurse's theodolite? Who braised the gerbil? Watch
Kenny tonight and learn the answers to these questions and less. And you could win a pop-up Rusty Lee.
Costume LYNDA WOODFIELD Sound NEIL SADWICK
Lighting BERT POSTLETHWAITE Designers GRAHAM LOUGH RICHARD MCMANAN-SMITH Producer JOHN BISHOP

Contributors

Written By:
Ray Cameron
Written By:
Barry Cryer
Written By:
Kenny Everett
Unknown:
Rusty Lee.
Unknown:
Lynda Woodfield
Unknown:
Neil Sadwick
Unknown:
Bert Postlethwaite
Designers:
Graham Lough
Designers:
Richard McManan-Smith
Producer:
John Bishop

Blake has to summon all his strength when the family is seized with one of its worst crises. Claudia's trust in Steven wavers when he takes off on a business trip with Luke Fuller , while Jeff also finds he had good reason to mistrust Nicole. Dex calls
Amanda's bluff.
Written by WILL lorin
Directed by JEROME COURTLAND * CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Luke Fuller
Written By:
Will Lorin
Directed By:
Jerome Courtland
Blake:
John Forsythe
Krystle:
Linda Evans
Alexis:
Joan Collins
Jeff:
John James
Adam:
Gordon Thomson
Steven:
Jack Coleman
Claudia:
Pamela Bellwood
Dex:
Michael Nader
Amanda:
Catherine Oxenberg
Nicole:
Susan Scannell
Luke WM:
Oliver Campbell
Dean Caldwell:
Richard Hatch

starring
Malcolm McDowell with Ralph Richardson Rachel Roberts Arthur Lowe Helen Mirren
'If you have a friend on whom you think you can rely you are a lucky man.'
One of the most controversial British films ever made, this is the story of ambitious young Mick Travis , whose search for success takes him on a bizarre and bawdy journey through the Britain of the early 70s.
This outrageous comedy features the music and songs of ALAN PRICE and a host of famous British character actors - in some very unusual roles!
Screenplay by DAVID SHERWIN based on the original idea by MALCOLM MCDOWELL
Produced by MICHAEL MEDWIN and LINDSAY ANDERSON Directed by LINDSAY ANDERSON
* FILMS: page 21

Contributors

Unknown:
Malcolm McDowell
Unknown:
Ralph Richardson
Unknown:
Rachel Roberts
Unknown:
Arthur Lowe
Unknown:
Helen Mirren
Unknown:
Mick Travis
Unknown:
David Sherwin
Unknown:
Malcolm McDowell
Produced By:
Michael Medwin
Produced By:
Lindsay Anderson
Directed By:
Lindsay Anderson
Mick Travis:
Malcolm McDowell
Sir James/Monty:
Ralph Richardson
Gloria/Mme Paillard/ Mrs Richards:
Rachel Roberts
Mr Duff/Charles Johnson/Dr Munda .:
Arthur Lowe
Patricia:
Helen Mirren
Tea lady/neighbour:
Dandy Nichols
HalIett.:
Mona Washbourne
Factory chairman/prison governor.:
Peter Jeffrey
Steward/Prof Millar/meths drinker .:
Graham Crowden
Army major .:
Philip Stone
Alan Price:
Himself

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

Appears in

About this data

This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More