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The last in the series
Strange things have been happening since Sir Charles decided to build on sacred
Maori land. When the volcano erupts, Sir Charles hands back the title deeds to the Maoris. Farewell
Written by ROGER SIMPSON
Executive producer JOHN MCRAE Producer ROGER LE MESURIER (R)

Contributors

Written By:
Roger Simpson
Producer:
John McRae
Producer:
Roger Le Mesurier
Tom:
Paul Airey
Sarah Jane:
Rachel Weston
Davie:
Ian Narev
Hema:
Ross Duzevich
Kiri:
Melissa-Aroha Baker
Sir Charles Pemberton:
Terence Cooper
James Gregory:
Peter Vere-Jones

with Mike Read
Keith Chegwin Sarah Greene
Vicky Licorish and Crow Mike Read has arranged a 'nostalgia break' for the SuperStore staff at the Crow Road Motel. Motel manager, Crow, with a little help from Lavinia, Mick and M.R., entertain the surprise guests as they look back at favourite moments from the past year. There's a whole catalogue of cartoon fun from Tom and Jerry, Boss Cat and Henry's Cat. Live musical entertainment from Fine Young Cannibals and the London Community Gospel Choir. There's lots more fun, but with Crow in charge almost anything can happen and who knows who will drop in? Producer RICHARD SIMKIN Editor CHRIS BELLINGER

Contributors

Unknown:
Mike Read
Unknown:
Keith Chegwin
Unknown:
Sarah Greene
Unknown:
Vicky Licorish
Unknown:
Crow Mike Read
Producer:
Richard Simkin
Editor:
Chris Bellinger

starring
Lillian Gish
Timothy Bottoms
When Hambone the dog becomes separated from his elderly mistress, Hillie, at New
York Airport, he begins an exciting and incredible adventure in search of his beloved owner. As the fearless animal treks across the width of America, he enlists the aid of various canines and kind-hearted humans in an extraordinary and dangerous journey.
Written by SANDRA K. BAILEY.
MICHAEL MURPHEY and JOEL SOISSON Produced byGARRY GILLINGHAM Directed by ROY WATTS
(First showing on British television)
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Contributors

Unknown:
Lillian Gish
Written By:
Sandra K. Bailey.
Written By:
Michael Murphey
Written By:
Joel Soisson
Produced By:
Garry Gillingham
Directed By:
Roy Watts
Hillie Radcliffe:
Lillian Gish
Michael Radcliffe:
Timothy Bottoms
Nancy Rollins:
Candy Clark
Tucker o:
J Simpson
Brian Harris:
Robert Walker
Lester Burns:
Jack Carter
McVickers:
Alan Hale
Roberta Radcliffe:
Anne Lockhart
Hambone:
Himself

(See panel)
Including at 1.10 News Summary
Weather News Michael Fish

12.15 - - - Introduced by Desmond Lynam - - - 5.5 pm
Timetable*
12.20 Football Focus
12.55 Racing
1.15 Musical review
1.20 Racing
1.40 Rallysprint
1.55 Racing
2.10 Rallysprint
2.25 Racing
2.50 Rallysprint
3.20 Gymnastics
3.50 Half times
4.0 Volleyball
4.40 Final score
*Timings are subject to alteration

Football Focus
Guess what Bob gave at Christmas? Absolutely wrong. He'd never part with his season ticket.

Rallysprint from Donnington
End of term antics from the rallymen and the monocoquers. Cars weren't built for all this - ask Austin Rover. Murray 'I'm going to stick my neck out' Walker commentates.

Racing from Newbury
1.0 The Weyhill Handicap Steeplechase (3m)
1.30 The L'Oreal Handicap Hurdle Race (2m 100yds) Locally-trained Chrysaor, winner of an £ll,000 hurdle at Sandown earlier in the month, aims for another big pay-day here.
2.0 The Old Year Handicap Steeplechase (2m 160yds) 2.30 The Challow Hurdle Race (2 1/4m 120yds)

[Photo caption] Ron Pickering, the man with today's leaps and bounds

Musical Review
Sport and plugs and rock and roll - tour of 85.

Gymnastics from Brussels
Haltos, hects, flic-flacs and kips, and all the saltos you can handle from Mary Lou and the gym masters.

Volleyball from Bath
France v Sweden
If this helps your summer holiday planning it'll come as a great surprise. Nothing like 'Boom-Boom' Bouvier on the beaches. Ron Pickering encore une fois.

Final Score for 85.

Contributors

Presenter:
Desmond Lynam
Presenter (Football Focus):
Bob Wilson
Commentator (Rallysprint):
Murray Walker
Commentator (Racing):
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentator (Racing):
Richard Pitman
Commentator (Gymnastics/Volleyball):
Ron Pickering
Television Presentation (Rallysprint):
Paul Fabricius
Television Presentation (Racing):
Fred Viner
Television Presentation (Gymnastics):
null RTVF
Television Presentation (Volleyball):
Alan Griffiths
Assistant Editor (Grandstand):
Brian Barwick
Producer (Grandstand):
Martin Hopkins
Editor (Grandstand):
John Philips

starring Ian and Janette - The Krankies and featuring
The Great Soprendo Slade with Brian Marshall and THE KRANKIES' DANCERS Choreographed by DEBBIE ASTELL
And in this week's Elektronik Komik of the air, Jimmy tries to teach Ian about American football and Slade bring their own original musical magic. There's magic of a different kind as The Great Soprendo levitates Jimmy. Mayhem on the Overland Express chuffs its way through more mystery and the komik goes south of the border for a Mexican adventure.
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 CLAM

Contributors

Unknown:
Soprendo Slade
Unknown:
Brian Marshall
Unknown:
Debbie Astell
Unknown:
Elektronik Komik
Written By:
Sid Green
Written By:
Jim Cammell
Written By:
Ron Ottaway.
Director:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Director:
Ken MacGregor
Designer:
Carol Golder
Directed By:
Paul Clam

The animated screen version of Richard Adams's bestselling novel with the voices of

When a young buck named Fiver has a frightening vision of their warren's destruction, a group of rabbits led by the resourceful Hazel steal away to find a safer home. Their epic journey is filled with adventure and fraught with danger and difficulty.
Surviving encounters with hawks, foxes, rats and man, the intrepid band face a greater peril - the wicked tyrant General Woundwort....
This enchanting film features the highly successful single 'Bright eyes' sung by Art Garfunkel.
Written, produced and directed by MARTIN ROSEN
(First showing on British television)
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Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Adams
Directed By:
Martin Rosen
Hazel:
John Hurt
Fiver:
Richard Briers
Hyzenthlay:
Hannah Gordon
Pipkin:
Roy Kinnear
Kehaar:
Zero Mostel
Cowslip:
Denholm Elliott
General Woundwort:
Harry Andrews
Narrator:
Michael Hordern
Chief Rabbit:
Ralph Richardson
Bigwig -:
Michael Graham-Cox
Captain Holly:
John Bennett
Blackberry:
Simon Cadell
Dandelion:
Richard O'Callaghan
Silver:
Terence Rigby
Clover:
Mary Maddox
Cat:
Lyn Farleigh
Campion:
Nigel Hawthorne
Blackavar:
Cllfton Jones
Black Rabbit:
Joss Ackland

starring
Les Dennis and Dustin Gee
In the first of a new series Les and Dustin impress us with more famous characters.
Vera and Mavis take a trip to Denver. Are they to be cast in Dynasty?
David Bowie and Mick Jagger are taken off dancing down a street and Les and Dustin begin their Quest for the Key - the first episode of a hilarious medieval romp.
Their guest this week is
Roy Walker with his own brand of laid back humour.
Script associate NEIL SHAND Musical director KEN JONES
Choreographer ALAN HARDING Sound HUGH BARKER
Lighting DICKIE HIGHAM
Designers ANDREW HOWE-DAVIES BRUCE MACADIE
Produced and directed by JOHN BISHOP

Contributors

Unknown:
David Bowie
Unknown:
Mick Jagger
Unknown:
Roy Walker
Director:
Ken Jones
Unknown:
Choreographer Alan Harding
Designers:
Andrew Howe-Davies
Designers:
Bruce MacAdie
Directed By:
John Bishop

by AGATHA CHRISTIE starring
'Mon Dieu! How she makes enemies of them all.'
The great Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, can hardly guess how many enemies the beautiful American heiress, , Linnet Ridgeway, has made.
And when she is murdered on her honeymoon cruise, Poirot begins his investigation.
The problem is, everybody on board could have done it and everybody had a reason for doing it!
Screenplay by ANTHONY SHAFFER Produced by JOHN BRABOURNE and RICHARD GOODWIN
Directed by JOHN GUILLERMIN
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Contributors

Unknown:
Agatha Christie
Unknown:
Anthony Shaffer
Produced By:
John Brabourne
Produced By:
Richard Goodwin
Directed By:
John Guillermin
Hercule Poirot:
Peter Ustinov
Louise Bourget:
Jane Birkin
Linnet Ridgeway:
Lois Chiles
Mrs Van Schuyler:
Bette Davis
Jacqueline de Bellefort:
Mia Farrow
Ferguson:
Jon Finch
Rosalie Otterbourne:
Olivia Hussey
Boat manager:
I S Johar
Andrew Pennington:
George Kennedy
Mrs Salome Otterbourne:
Angela Lansbury
Simon Doyle:
Simon MacCorkindale
Colonel Race:
David Niven
Miss Bowers:
Maggie Smith
Dr Bessner:
Jack Warden
Barnstaple:
Harry Andrews
Rockford:
Sam Wanamaker

Barry Norman meets Larry Hagman and Linda Gray of Dallas and British-born actress Emma Samms , the new Fallon in Dynasty. And he discovers a quite different type of programme - the daytime soap opera. Made with tight deadlines and low budgets it's an essential daily ritual for 35 million
Americans. Join
Barry Norman for 50 minutes that will tell you all need to know about the American soap opera.
Camera JIM PEIRSON
Sound RON KEIGHTLEY
Producer CHARLES MILLER
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Contributors

Unknown:
Barry Norman
Unknown:
Larry Hagman
Unknown:
Linda Gray
Unknown:
Emma Samms
Unknown:
Barry Norman
Unknown:
Jim Peirson
Unknown:
Sound Ron Keightley
Producer:
Charles Miller

from the master of suspense, tonight starring Henry Fonda Vera Miles with Anthony Quayle
The nightmare of a man caught in the toils of a truly blind justice is presented with chilling reality in Hitchcock's true tale of mistaken indentity.
Henry Fonda gives one of his finest screen performances as Manny Balestrero , a modest bass player. Making a routine visit to an insurance firm, he is identified by the staff as a man involved in a hold-up. On the strength of their accusations, he is arrested and a case of circumstantial evidence is constructed. Even his handwriting seems to prove him guilty ...
Screenplay by MAXWELL ANDERSON and ANGUS MACPHAIL Based on a story by MAXWELL ANDERSON
Directed by ALFRED HITCHCOCK
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Contributors

Unknown:
Henry Fonda
Unknown:
Vera Miles
Unknown:
Anthony Quayle
Unknown:
Henry Fonda
Unknown:
Manny Balestrero
Unknown:
Maxwell Anderson
Unknown:
Angus MacPhail
Story By:
Maxwell Anderson
Directed By:
Alfred Hitchcock
Manny:
Henry Fonda
Rose Balestrero:
Vera Miles
O'Conner:
Anthony Quayle
Lt Bowers:
Harold J Stone
Dt Matthews:
Charles Cooper
Tomasini:
John Heldabrand
Manny's mother:
Esther Minciotti
Mrs Ann James:
Doreen Lang
Constance Willis:
Laurinda Barrett

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