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with Frank Bough Sally Magnusson Jeremy Paxman and Pamela Armstrong News summaries on the hour and half hour
Regular political analysis from James Cox
The latest sports news and comment from Bob Wilson Timetable:
Regional news and travel at 7.15, 7.45, 8.15
Weather with Francis Wilson at 7.25, 7.55, 8.25

Contributors

Unknown:
Frank Bough
Unknown:
Sally Magnusson
Unknown:
Jeremy Paxman
Unknown:
James Cox
Unknown:
Bob Wilson
Unknown:
Francis Wilson

The Phoenix
While Ellie discovers how badly Ray is neglecting the ranch, J.R. is back in the saddle at Ewing Oil - with a vengeance.
This week's cast:
Written by DAVID PAULSEN Directed by HARRY HARRIS

Contributors

Written By:
David Paulsen
Directed By:
Harry Harris
Miss Ellie:
Barbara Bel Geddes
J R:
Larry Hagman
Sue Ellen:
Linda Gray
Bobby:
Patrick Duffy
Pamela:
Victoria Principal
Cliff:
Ken Kercheval
Lucy:
Charlene Tilton
Ray:
Steve Kanaly
Donna:
Susan Howard
Dusty:
Jared Martin
Clayton:
Howard Keel
Mitch:
Leigh McCloskey
Afton:
Audrey Landers
Rebecca:
Priscilla Pointer
Katherine:
Morgan Brittany

The Cornhill Insurance Test Series
England v Pakistan from Headingley Fourth day
TONY LEWIS introduces live coverage of this morning's play.
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD RAYILLINGWORTH Summarisers
TOM GRAVENEY , BOB WILLIS Television presentation
KEITH MACKENZIE. ALAN GRIFFITHS including at 10.55 and 12.0 News and Weather

Contributors

Introduces:
Tony Lewis
Commentators:
Richie Benaud
Commentators:
Rayillingworth Summarisers
Unknown:
Tom Graveney
Unknown:
Keith MacKenzie.
Unknown:
Alan Griffiths

Madge is attacked by a mugger. Paul invites a girl to stay the night. Max wrestles a 'chicken'.
This week's cast:
Written by PENNY FRASER JILL JAMES . JOHN UPTON
Directed by VINCE MARTIN

Contributors

Written By:
Penny Fraser
Written By:
Jill James
Written By:
John Upton
Directed By:
Vince Martin
Max Ramsay:
Francis Bell
Shane Ramsay:
Peter O'Brien
Danny Ramsay:
David Clencie
Jim Robinson:
Alan Dale
Paul Robinson:
Stefan Dennis
Helen Daniels:
Anne Haddy
Des Clarke:
Paul Keane
Daphne Lawrence:
Elaine Smith
Zoe Davis:
Ally Fowler
Madge Mitchell:
Anne Charleston
Clive Gibbons:
Geoff Paine
Eileen Clarke:
Myra de Groot
Lucy Robinson:
Kylie Flinker
Mike Young:
Guy Pearce
Nikki Dennison:
Charlene Fenn

with Janet Ellis

A tribute to Janet, who created a UK free fall parachuting record, and her trainers, the RAF Falcons. It was four years ago that Janet, a complete novice, was accepted for training by the world's best free fall team.
Undaunted by setbacks, that included a broken pelvis, Janet persevered to become the first female in Britain to have achieved a 90-second fall through the skies before pulling her ripcord!

Back Pages: 86
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Presenter:
Janet Ellis
Producer:
Alex Leger
Assistant Editor:
Lewis Bronze
Editor:
Biddy Baxter

Yabba-dabba-doo!
Roll on down to Bedrock to meet that most modern of stone age families. King for a Night
Expect some royal ravings when Fred's uncanny likeness to the visiting ruler of Stonesylvania causes some kingly confusion!
A HANNA-BARBERA production

John Stapleton Lucy Meacock and Steve Clarke bring you all tonight's headlines from London and the south east, and the interviews that will make tomorrow's talking points.
Plus all the day's sport from Michael Wale
Editor RACHEL ATTWELL

Contributors

Unknown:
John Stapleton
Unknown:
Lucy Meacock
Unknown:
Steve Clarke
Unknown:
Michael Wale
Editor:
Rachel Attwell

starring
Rebel Without a Class
Written by ALAN ROSEN Directed by BILL DAVIS

Contributors

Written By:
Alan Rosen
Directed By:
Bill Davis
Charlie Moore:
Howard Hesseman
Dr Samuels:
William G. Schilling
Bernadette:
Jeannetta Arnette
Maria:
Leslie Bega
Arvid:
Dan Frischman
Darlene:
Robin Givens
Simone:
Khrystyne Haje
Jawaharlal:
Jory Husain
Alan:
Tony O'Dell
Eric:
Brian Robbins
Sarah:
Kimberly Russell
Dennis:
Dan Schneider
Janice:
Tannis Vallely
Mr Dorfman:
Peter Vogt

1973
A tough year for Britain, with violence and hardship for many finally killing off the 60s dream.
The news: the Vietnam War ends, but there's no let-up from the IRA who launch three bombing campaigns in England. Watergate begins and the Cod War ends. Lord Lambton resigns after a scandal. The Arab/Israeli war results in oil shortages and huge price increases in the West. This, combined with a work to rule by miners and power workers, results in 'The Three-Day Week'.
The music: Sweet, Nazareth, Elton John , Roxy Music, Slade, Suzi Quatro ,
Gary Glitter , The Osmonds. Videotape editor DAVE RIXON
Research RORY SHEEHAN
Series producer SUE MALLINSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Elton John
Unknown:
Suzi Quatro
Unknown:
Gary Glitter

Fair Play for Britain Blacks For years now it's been illegal to refuse someone a job just because they're black. Yet, says the Policy Studies
Institute, at least a third of employers do just that: 'The brutal fact is that, despite the law, direct discrimination persists as an additional and powerful impediment to any economic progress by blacks.' While black people are denied a fair share of jobs, their resentment and frustration will grow. What are the great institutions in the land like the Civil Service and the Army doing to see that
British fair play extends to black Britons?
Richard Lindley reports. Editor DAVID DICKINSON
Producer FRANCESCA KIRBY-GREEN

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Lindley
Editor:
David Dickinson
Producer:
Francesca Kirby-Green

starnng
Paul Newman Ken Wahl Ed Asner
Nicknamed Fort
Apache, New York's
41st precinct station is situated in tne vioieui aim deserted South Bronx, a 40-block area of burned-out buildings, demolished tenements and rampant crime.
Paul Newman is Patrolman Murphy, a tough and experienced cop, who, with his young partner Corelli, faces a variety of dangers on their daily beat. When a hardline commander is assigned to the precinct, his by-the-book approach brings a whole new series of problems to the officers of the 41st....
Screenplay by HEYWOOD GOULD Produced by MARTIN RICHARDS and TOM FIORELLO
Directed by DANIEL PETRIE ● FILMS: page 18

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Newman
Unknown:
Ken Wahl
Unknown:
Paul Newman
Unknown:
Heywood Gould
Produced By:
Martin Richards
Directed By:
Daniel Petrie
Murphy:
Paul Newman
Connolly:
Ed Asner
Corelli:
Ken Wahl
Morgan:
Danny Aiello
Isabella:
Rachel Ticotin
Charlotte:
Pam Grier
Theresa:
Kathleen Beller
Jumper/Detective:
Tito Goya
Hernando:
Miguel Pinero
Jose:
Jaime Tirelli
Track star:
Lance William Guecia
Pimp:
Ronnie Clanton
Dacey:
Clifford David
Dugan:
Sully Boyar

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