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A serial in 13 parts
Strange things have been happening since Sir Charles bought land once owned by the Maoris and said to be tapu. The volcano starts to erupt and Tom realises that Sarah Jane is missing.
(R)

Contributors

Writer:
Roger Simpson
Executive Producer:
John McRae
Producer:
Roger Le Mesurier
Tom:
Paul Airey
Sarah Jane:
Rachel Weston
Davie:
Lan Narev
Hema:
Ross Duzevich
Kiri:
Melissa Aroha Baker
Sir Charles:
Terence Cooper
James:
Peter Vere-Jones
Elizabeth Gregory:
Marion Parry
Gilfillan:
Waric Slyfield

with Mike Read Keith Chegwin Sarah Greene and Vicky Licorish.
Mike Read and the SuperStore gang have crammed the store to bursting point with Christmas entertainment. Cliff Richard and Slade are just some of the stars from the pop world who are around today. Superstar magician Paul Daniels is calling in with some tricks to amaze you. The singing Father Christmas quartet Cantabile are popping in. So is joker Russ Abbott. Olympic bronze medallist Lyndsey MacDonald is with Keith, who's out and about with the delivery van. Let's hope the weather holds for him! To find out, forecaster Ian McCaskill is on hand with his "snow-news". There's a terrific selection of Christmas cartoons, competitions and star bargains in stock too. The store opens at 9 o'clock sharp.

Contributors

Presenter:
Mike Read
Presenter:
Keith Chegwin
Presenter:
Sarah Greene
Presenter:
Vicky Licorish
Guest/Singer:
Cliff Richard
Guests/Musicians:
null Slade
Singers:
null Cantabile
Guest/Magician:
Paul Daniels
Guest/Comedian:
Russ Abbott
Guest:
Lyndsey MacDonald
Guest/Weatherman:
Ian McCaskill
Editor:
Chris Bellinger

starring Ian and Janette - The Krankies and featuring
The Great Soprendo Chas and Dave with THE KRANKIES' DANCERS
Choreographed by DEBBIE ASTELL
In this week's whizz-bang komik, Jimmy tries to get Ian to lose weight, Chas and Dave rock you into a festive mood, the Cafe Macaroni gets some punk customers, The Great Soprendo amazes with impossible magic, Mayhem on the Overland Express gets more nailbiting and there's a visit to Fat Sam's Club as Ian and Jimmy take you back to the days of the 1920s.
Written by SID GREEN , JIM CAMMELL RON OTTAWAY , BRIAN MARSHALL Script associate SID GREEN
Musical director RONNIE HAZLEHURST Sound NEIL SADWICK
Lighting director KEN MACGREGOR Designer CAROL GOLDER
Produced and directed by PAUL CIANI

Contributors

Unknown:
Soprendo Chas
Unknown:
Debbie Astell
Written By:
Sid Green
Written By:
Jim Cammell
Written By:
Ron Ottaway
Written By:
Brian Marshall
Director:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Director:
Ken MacGregor
Designer:
Carol Golder
Directed By:
Paul Ciani

starring Bob Monkhouse In the last of the present series, Bob fires more comical and serious questions at four hopeful contestants in this comedy quiz show. Devised by TERRY MARDELL and DAVID MOORE Sound MICHAEL MCCARTHY Lighting PETER WESSON
Designer GRENVILLE HORNER Director TONY NEWMAN Producer JOHN BISHOP
(Bob's Christmas Full House is on Boxing Day at 5.45pm)
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Contributors

Unknown:
Bob Monkhouse
Unknown:
Terry Mardell
Unknown:
David Moore
Unknown:
Michael McCarthy
Unknown:
Peter Wesson
Designer:
Grenville Horner
Director:
Tony Newman
Producer:
John Bishop

starring Phil Silvers, Jim Dale, Peter Butterworth, Charles Hawtrey, Kenneth Williams

After being accused of ungentlemanly conduct on the 'playing-fields of England', Beau West and his manservant depart to find consolation in the Foreign Legion. After reporting to Commandant Burger, trouble looms large in the shape of Sheikh Abdul who threatens to rid the Oasis El Nooki of the dreaded Legionaires!

Screenplay by TALBOT ROTHWELL
Produced by PETER ROGERS
Directed by GERALD THOMAS

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Contributors

Unknown:
Phil Silvers
Unknown:
Jim Dale
Unknown:
Peter Butterworth
Unknown:
Charles Hawtrey
Unknown:
Kenneth Williams
Unknown:
Beau West
Play By:
Talbot Rothwell
Produced By:
Peter Rogers
Directed By:
Gerald Thomas
Sergeant Nocker:
Phil Silvers
Bertram Oliphant West:
Jim Dale
Simpson:
Peter Butterworth
Captain Le Pice:
Charles Hawtrey
Commandant Burger:
Kenneth Williams
Corktip:
Anita Harris
Zigzag:
Joan Sims
Abdul:
Bernard Bresslaw
Lady Jane:
Angela Douglas
Cpl Clotski:
John Bluthal
Riff:
Larry Taylor
Raff:
William Hurndell

The last of the present series
Reasons for Leaving Thieves are stealing
Christmas trees and Hartley police are organising a party - the festive seasonapproaches. But Kate has more on her mind than celebrations.
Series created by IAN KENNEDY MARTIN
Script editor JOAN CLARK
Designer MALCOLM THORNTON Producer GERAINT MORRIS Director COLIN CANT
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Contributors

Editor:
Joan Clark
Designer:
Malcolm Thornton
Producer:
Geraint Morris
Insp Kate Longton:
Anna Carteret
Sgt Joseph Beck:
David Ellison
Sgt George Parrish:
Noel Collins
PC Danny Sparks:
Mark Botham
PC Brian Kelleher:
C J Allen
Det Chief Insp Perrin:
Edward Peel
WPC Saunders:
Julie Foulds
Cyril Vowles:
Peter Childs
Jean Denton:
Lori Wells Keefe
Bobby Bunn:
David Lynch
Clocker:
Lan Blower
Chief SuptBellway:
John Rowe
Yvonne:
Frankie Jordan
Andrea Watt:
Barbara Darnley
Costain:
Tony Newbury
Chinter:
Alan Weaver

Regional Variations (2)

Only Fools and Horses

Series 4

Episode 7: As One Door Closes

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Classic sitcom set in south London. Del buys unwanted louvre doors, then tries to earn money by catching a buttterfly.

The last of a three-part original screenplay by TROY KENNEDY MARTIN starring with
Northmoor Craven and Jedburgh's mission - to breach the underground nuclear facility with a deadly secret. But somebody knows their plan. One man, possessed by the mysterious wisdom of Gaia, can avert catastrophe - Ronald Craven.
Music by ERIC CLAPTON with MICHAEL KAMEN
Produced by MICHAEL WEARING Directed by MARTIN CAMPBELL
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Contributors

Unknown:
Troy Kennedy Martin
Unknown:
Northmoor Craven
Unknown:
Ronald Craven.
Music By:
Eric Clapton
Unknown:
Michael Kamen
Produced By:
Michael Wearing
Directed By:
Martin Campbell
Ronald Craven:
Bob Peck
Darius Jedburgh:
Joe Don Baker
Pendleton:
Charles Kay
Harcourt:
Ian McNeice
Emma Craven:
Joanne Whalley
Robert Bennett:
Hugh Fraser
Jerry Grogan:
Kenneth Nelson
James Godbolt:
Jack Watson
Childs:
Trevor Bowen
Connors:
Brian Croucher
Chilwell:
Allan Cuthbertson
Polly Pelham:
Sarah Martin
Bewes:
Paul Williamson
Minister:
Jeremy Child
Clementine:
Zoe Wanamaker
Col Lawson:
David Jackson
Nailers:
Sean McCarthy
Mrs Girvan:
Irene Sunters
Jemima:
Ann Scott-Jones
Golfer:
Michael MacKenzie
Golf club porter:
Bill Gavin
CIA man:
David Heller
Security lady:
Jennifer Rose

starring
Scott Anthony Judi Dench
Michael Williams
Following an anonymous tip-off that his horse is involved in race-fixing, trainer Bill Davidson is killed in a fall from his top steeplechaser, Admiral. Alan York , a jockey and a friend of the dead man is convinced the horse was doped, but finds his enquiries blocked by racing authorities and the police....
Screenplay by TONY RICHARDSON
JOHN OAKSEY
Based on the novel by DICK FRANCIS Producer by NEIL HARTLEY
Directed by TONY RICHARDSON
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Contributors

Unknown:
Scott Anthony
Unknown:
Judi Dench
Unknown:
Michael Williams
Unknown:
Bill Davidson
Unknown:
Alan York
Unknown:
Tony Richardson
Unknown:
John Oaksey
Novel By:
Dick Francis
Unknown:
Neil Hartley
Directed By:
Tony Richardson
Alan York:
Scott Anthony
Laura Davidson:
Judi Dench
Sandy:
Michael Williams
Penny:
Nina Thomas
Clifford Tudor:
Mark Dignam
Lodge:
Julian Glover
Joe Nantwich:
Joseph Blatchley
Walter:
John Bindon
Albert:
Dervis Ward
Bill Davidson:
Lan Hogg
Sir Cresswell:
Bill Fraser
Yuko:
Hideo Saito

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