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with Nick Ross and Debbie Greenwood Timetable:
News on the hour and half hour read by Sue Carpenter
Weather with Francis Wilson at 6.55, 7.25, 7.55, 8.25, 8.55
Nationwide news, weather and travel from your local BBC studio at
6.57, 7.27, 7.57, 8.27
Sports news and features at 7.20, 8.20
Including this morning: Save our Soccer -
Emlyn Hughes with more ways to improve the image of British football and combat violence on the terraces;
Lynn Faulds Wood presents Danger Watch - a consumer notebook at 8.15;
Glynn's Barrow - weekend shopping and price advice from Glynn Christian;
Alan Titchmarsh answers your weekend gardening queries. Ring him on [number removed]. Steve Blacknell joins the Breakfast Time team with a regular round-up of pop news and gossip.

Contributors

Unknown:
Nick Ross
Unknown:
Debbie Greenwood
Read By:
Sue Carpenter
Unknown:
Francis Wilson
Unknown:
Emlyn Hughes
Unknown:
Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown:
Steve Blacknell

They're honest and faithful right up to the end
Those wonderful one- two-three- four-legged friends
Presenter Sheelagh Gilbey Guest Don Spencer Story: Poddy
Narrated by Brian Cant Musical director CHRIS WALKER Percussion PETER BEAMENT Graphics CLARE BEATON
Photographer JOHN JEFFORD Director SHEILA FRASER
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Presenter:
Sheelagh Gilbey
Presenter:
Guest Don Spencer
Director:
Chris Walker
Director:
Percussion Peter Beament
Director:
Graphics Clare Beaton
Unknown:
Photographer John Jefford
Director:
Sheila Fraser
Editor:
Cynthia Felgate

Breakfast Time astrologer Russell Grant has a lie-in before he pops up on lunchtime TV to explain the mysteries of love and the stars. Moyra Bremner concludes her Supertips series; while Peter Seabrook Pays another visit to the National Garden Festival site at Stoke-on-Trent.

Contributors

Unknown:
Russell Grant
Unknown:
Moyra Bremner
Unknown:
Peter Seabrook

The story of a doll's house. by RUMER GODDEN
The New House Arrives and Tottie Goes! with the voices of Anna Calder-Marshall Una Stubbs
Olwen Griffiths
Narration by Oliver Postgate Music DAVID HENEKER
Animated and directed by OLIVER POSTGATE. PETER FIRMIN (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Rumer Godden
Unknown:
Anna Calder-Marshall
Unknown:
Una Stubbs
Unknown:
Olwen Griffiths
Unknown:
Oliver Postgate
Music:
David Heneker
Directed By:
Oliver Postgate.
Directed By:
Peter Firmin

with Paul Jones
Who will be wearing the silly hat at the end of today's programme? Will it be a teacher or a pupil? Watch this afternoon's programme and find out.
Devised by CLIVE DOIG
Designer KATIA MONTILLET Producer ALAN RUSSELL

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Jones
Unknown:
Clive Doig
Designer:
Katia Montillet
Producer:
Alan Russell

- The last in this present season of films originally made for the Children's Film (and Television) Foundation and now shown for the first time on television.
A story of escape and adventure for four children caught in a cable-car accident in the Alps. The film is based on a story that really happened.
Produced by GORDON L. T. SCOTT Directed by ROBERT KELLETT
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Contributors

Produced By:
Gordon L. T. Scott
Directed By:
Robert Kellett
John:
Richard Owens
Susan:
Rebecca Lacey
Lisa:
Eloise Ritchie
Mark:
Stuart Wilde
Christian:
Mark Jefferis

Last of the present series The X-ray Story
When an ailing dino's X-rays are mistaken for his master's, the ensuing confusion just makes Fred want to go to sleep ... if only someone would let him!
A HANNA BARBERA production

Starring Les Dawson as the host of the comedy quiz game. Special guests this week are: Charlie Daze, Peter Goodwright, Polly James, Eddie Kidd, Bertice Reading, Anneka Rice

Produced in association with Mark Goodson and Talbot TV Ltd
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Presenter:
Les Dawson
Panellist:
Charlie Daze
Panellist:
Peter Goodwright
Panellist:
Polly James
Panellist:
Eddie Kidd
Panellist:
Bertice Reading
Panellist:
Anneka Rice
Sound:
Mike Felton
Designer:
Martin Collins
Director:
Tony Newman
Producer:
Stanley Appel

starring
Life and Death
Dex's delirious rambtings convince Alexis that a little timely surgery may be one way of saving her marriage.
For Dominique, an immediate operation is her only chance of survival. But, without
Brady, has she lost the will to live? There is no easy remedy for Jeff and Nicole's deteriorating condition, but Blake and Steven find a way of healing old wounds.
Written by DENNIS TURNER I Directed by mvtNG MOORE * CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Written By:
Dennis Turner
Directed By:
Mvtng Moore
Blake:
John Forsythe
Krystle:
Linda Evans
Alexis:
Joan Collins
Jeff:
John James
Adam:
Gordon Thomson
Steven:
Jack Coleman
Claudia:
Pamela Bellwood
Dex:
Michael Nader
Dominique:
Diahann Carroll
Amanda:
Catherine Oxenberg
Lady Ashley Mitchell:
Ali MacGraw
Nicole:
Susan Scannell
Luke:
William Campbell

created by ROBERT BANKS STEWART starring John Nettles in Offshore Trades by NICK MCCARTY
With Terence Alexander Louise Jameson and featuring Sean Arnold Deborah Grant , Mela White Guest stars
Ian McCulloch
Bernard Archard
The death of a scuba diver and the disappearance of a film star's wife have at least one thing in common. As Bergerac finds to his cost, neither case is as simple as it appears to be ...
Publicity man .DAVID FELLOWS Theme music by GEORGE FENTON Script editor CHRIS BOUCHER Film editor GRAHAM WALKER Designer JOHN HURST
Photography NIGEL WALTERS
Produced by JONATHAN ALWYN Directed by ROBERT TRONSON * CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
John Nettles
Unknown:
Nick McCarty
Unknown:
Terence Alexander
Unknown:
Louise Jameson
Unknown:
Sean Arnold
Unknown:
Deborah Grant
Unknown:
Ian McCulloch
Unknown:
Bernard Archard
Music By:
George Fenton
Editor:
Chris Boucher
Editor:
Graham Walker
Designer:
John Hurst
Unknown:
Nigel Walters
Produced By:
Jonathan Alwyn
Directed By:
Robert Tronson
Jim Bergerac:
John Nettles
Charles Hungerford:
Terence Alexander
Susan:
Louise Jameson
Crozier:
Sean Arnold
Dr Rogers:
Bernard Archard
Walt Mitchell:
Ian McCulloch
Jean:
Stephen Riddle
Terry:
Leonie Mellinger
Luke:
Patrick Duncan
François Montauban:
Nicolas Chagrin
Moira Montauban:
Carole Ashby
Customs man:
Gilbert Wynne
Mike Beavis:
Arthur Blake
Diamante Lil:
Mela White
Deborah:
Deborah Grant
Peggy Masters:
Nancy Mansfield
Fisherman:
Jon Croft
Hydrofoil hostess:
Shelley Pielou
Surfer:
Paul Hawkins

starring James Coburn
Maximilian Schell James Mason
The Eastern Front, 1943: the once-triumphant German Wehrmacht is forced into an humiliating retreat by the advancing Russian Army. Sgt Steiner , a battle-scarred professional, short on discipline but long on medals, comes into conflict with Capt Stransky , an arrogant
Prussian, obsessed with defunct values of glory, who is determined to win an Iron Cross - by any means he can.
Screenplay by JULIUS J. EPSTEIN , HERBERT ASMODI Based on the novelby WILLI HEINRICH Produced by WOLF C. HARTWIG Directed by SAM PECKINPAH
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Contributors

Unknown:
James Coburn
Unknown:
Maximilian Schell
Unknown:
James Mason
Unknown:
Sgt Steiner
Unknown:
Capt Stransky
Unknown:
Julius J. Epstein
Unknown:
Herbert Asmodi
Unknown:
Willi Heinrich
Produced By:
Wolf C. Hartwig
Directed By:
Sam Peckinpah
Steiner:
James Coburn
Stransky:
Maximilian Schell
Brandt:
James Mason
Kiesel:
David Warner
Kruger:
Klaus Lowitsch
Kern:
Vadim Glowna
Triebig:
Roger Fritz
Anselm:
Dieter Schidor
Maag:
Burkhardt Driest
Schnurrbart:
Fred Stillkraut
Dietz:
Michael Vendell
Marga:
Veronique Vendell
Zoll:
Arthur Brauss
Eva:
Senta Berger
Mikael:
Slavco Stimac

BBC One London

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