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Cheryl Baker and Mark Curry present a live, fast-moving and fun-filled package of entertainment for summer Saturdays.

Today the Picture Show gets a French accent when Mark and Cheryl visit Paris. See what happens when Cheryl gets her portrait painted, find out what is at the top of the Eiffel Tower and look round one of the world's biggest record shops. Join Mark on a trip to a fabulous new museum and see 45 television channels all at once.
There's an up-to-the-minute look at the French charts and Gary Davies is around with the hottest news from the world of pop and as well as chatting to some star guests.
"Allo.'Allo - what's all this then?' - Mark dons his chefs hat to cook up some super French food which you can make too, and there's a surprise guest dropping in to test it. Bored, fed-up or broke? - every week the Picture Show brings you ideas to help brighten the weekend - things to make or do, places to go and competitions to win.
Plus, there's the best in music and the funniest cartoons.

BBC Manchester

The address is: The Saturday Picture Show, [address removed]
It's great to hear from you - do write soon.

Contributors

Presenter:
Cheryl Baker
Presenter:
Mark Curry
Reporter:
Gary Davies
Producer:
Barry Bevins
Producer:
Pippa Dyson
Executive Producer:
Crispin Evans

Or is it 'The Fozzie Bear
Show'? Eager to prove to his mum in the audience that he is the superstar of the company, Fozzie creates havoc by appearing in every act. To raise the tempo even further, for the last of the series, guest-star Cleo Laine adds some finger-snapping numbers and, together with Bruce Schwartz 's amazing puppets, performs the beautiful song 'If. Producer JIM HENSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Cleo Laine
Unknown:
Bruce Schwartz
Producer:
Jim Henson

starring and guest starring
Happy Birthday, General Lee Have you ever wondered how those Duke boys came to be driving around Hazzard
County in an orange car with 'Old Glory' painted on the roof? Well, that good ol' car celebrates its eighth birthday today and this is the story of how the General Lee was born....
Written by si ROSE
Directed by TOM WOPAT

Contributors

Unknown:
General Lee Have
Written By:
Si Rose
Directed By:
Tom Wopat
Bo:
John Schneider
Luke:
Tom Wopat
Daisy:
Catherine Bach
Uncle Jesse:
Denver Pyle
Enos:
Sonny Shroyer
Cooter:
Ben Jones
Sheriff Rosco Coltrane:
James Best
Boss Hogg:
Sorrell Booke
Ginny:
Janie Fricke
Rick:
Sam Melville

starring Paul Daniels
Play along at home in this comedy quiz show in which couples compete for and against the clock - leading up to the exciting final game where Every Second Counts. Sound MICHAEL MCCARTHY Lighting PETER WESSON
Designer DAVID BUCKINGHAM Dii ector TONY NEWMAN Producer DAVID TAYLOR
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Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Daniels
Unknown:
Michael McCarthy
Unknown:
Peter Wesson
Designer:
David Buckingham
Unknown:
Tony Newman
Producer:
David Taylor

by Ewart Alexander
Last of a ten-part drama series
Starring Peter McEnery as Caines

Caines and his team are at Wembley cheering on Alyson in the show-jumping competition. Meanwhile, at Wrelling, Thieron's plans reach their climax with Annie playing a pivotal role. It's a long way from Wembley to Wrelling. When Calvin arrives home, will Annie be waiting for him?

(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Writer/Series created by:
Ewart Alexander
Music composed by:
Grahame MacLean
Script Editor:
Jeremy Brock
Designer:
Tom Yardley Jones
Producer:
Geraint Morris
Director:
Marc Miller
Caines:
Peter McEnery
Tom:
Michael Billington
Alyson:
Lois Butlin
Calvin Sampson:
Jack McKenzie
Nigel Markham:
Robert Burbage
Bruce Tomlin:
William Whymper
Sue Gibbons:
Karen Drury
Charles Thieron:
Pierre Vaneck
Jack Langley:
Roy Purcell
Annie Solstrom:
Julia Goodman
Charles Christie:
Richard Bebb
Hilditch:
Alan Bennion
Insp Mansfield:
Sean Caffrey

Regional Variations (2)

Eurovision Song Contest

1986

Grand Final: 1986

Duration: 2 hours, 45 minutes

on BBC One West

The thirty first Eurovision Song Contest from Bergen, Norway.Sandra Kim became the youngest ever Eurovision winner, aged thirteen, representing Belgium with the song "J'aime la vie". Show more

Introduced by Jimmy Hill After the closest race for years who will win the Canon League First Division Championship?
Match of the Day cameras bring you action highlights from matches affecting championship honours and relegation.
Plus the Goal of the Season competition
Commentators
JOHN MOTSON , BARRY DAVIES Series producer JOHN SHREWSBURY Editor BOB ABRAHAMS

Contributors

Introduced By:
Jimmy Hill
Unknown:
John Motson
Unknown:
Barry Davies
Producer:
John Shrewsbury
Editor:
Bob Abrahams

Starring Patrick McGoohan, Richard Widmark, Alan Alda

1932, with prohibition about to be repealed crooked revenue agent Frank Long sees the chance of a quick buck. He knows the whereabouts of a cache of 'moonshine' whiskey, which he intends to confiscate and sell legally later. But Frank reckons without his old army buddy Son Martin, who has his own ideas. This fast comedy thriller features music by Hank Williams Jr, and Roy Orbison.
Screenplay by ELMORE LEONARD based on his own novel
Produced by MARTIN RANSOHOFF Directed by RICHARD QUINE
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Contributors

Music By:
Hank Williams Jr
Music By:
Roy Orbison
Play By:
Elmore Leonard
Produced By:
Martin Ransohoff
Directed By:
Richard Quine
Frank Long:
Patrick McGoohan
Dr Taulbee:
Richard Widmark
Son Martin:
Alan Alda
Dual Meaders:
Lee Hazlewood
Aaron:
Joe Williams
Sheriff Baylor:
Will Geer
Lizann:
Melodle Johnson
Miloy Mitchell:
Suzanne Zenor
Mr Worthman:
Max Showalter
Stamper:
Harry Carey Jr
Boyd Caswell:
Richard Peabody
McClendon:
Charles Tyner
Carl:
Dick Crockett
Tourist:
Claude Johnson
Tourist's wife:
Terri Garr
Waitress:
Patricia Sauers

BBC One London

About BBC One

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

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