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is turning inside out today as Jake Abraham, Carolyn Marshall and David English can't believe their eyes when Millie of My boy lollipop fame calls in to the Diner, Heartbeat UK will be into denim, a real live racoon rambles by and the Giblets give the inside story on many a video. There are a few tall stories and magical antics, as well as Roman Legions and Pinocchio!

Cheryl Baker is Out to Lunch making biscuits, 'Monty' manages to take over Pauline's (Alex Lonsdale's) spot and Liz Hobbs's Whizz Kids starts today at the circus. Comedy continues with the carton characters in Yogi's Treasure Hunt and Ovide and the Gang.

BBC North West
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Contributors

Presenter:
Jake Abraham
Presenter:
Carolyn Marshall
Presenter:
David English
Presenter:
Cheryl Baker
Director:
Steve Smith
Editor:
Edward Pugh
Series producer:
Pippa Dyson

starring
Denver Pyle as Galen Clark
The true outdoor adventure drama of one man's courageous struggle to save one of America's greatest natural wonders - the giant sequoia trees of the Yosemite Valley in California.
Having discovered the spectacular area, ex-miner Galen Clark makes many animal friends and realises the need to save the valley from destruction.
Screenplay by CASEY CONLON Based on a story by CHARLES E. SELLIER JR Produced by CHARLES E. SELLIER JR
Directed by DAVID O'MALLEY
(First showing on British television) * FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Unknown:
Denver Pyle
Unknown:
Galen Clark
Unknown:
Galen Clark
Unknown:
Casey Conlon
Story By:
Charles E. Sellier
Produced By:
Charles E. Sellier
Directed By:
David O'Malley
Galen Clark:
Denver Pyle
Zachary Moore:
Ken Berry
Doctor:
Norman Fell
Katy:
Cheryl Miller
John Muir:
John Dehner
Teneiya:
Dan Shanks
McCollough:
Cliff Osmond
Madden:
Jack Kruschen
Forbes:
Prentiss Rowe
Joey:
Brett Palmer
Heather:
Melissa Jones
President Lincoln:
Ford Rainey

starring Ian and Janette - The Krankies featuring The Great Soprendo and Belouis Some
It's the Komik of the airwaves again! Zoom along with Ian and Jimmy to the toy hospital! Go 'Ker-Plat!' when Belouis
Some arrives with super-pop! It's 'Woww-ee!' time with the Great Soprendo's magic and 'Ooo-er!' time with The Adventures of Jimmy Burgermac. Everything's proper dinkum when the Krankie family take a trip to Australia to meet their
Uncle Bruce. Fandabidozi! Written by BRYAN BLACKBURN RUSSEL LANE. BRIAN MARSHALL
Script associate BRIAN MARSHALL Musical director BARRY FRANCIS Sound KEITH BOWDEN , BOB FOLEY Lighting director ROD LITHERLAND Designer KATHY ATTY
Produced and directed by PAUL CIANI

Contributors

Written By:
Bryan Blackburn
Written By:
Russel Lane.
Unknown:
Brian Marshall
Director:
Barry Francis
Director:
Sound Keith Bowden
Director:
Bob Foley
Designer:
Kathy Atty
Directed By:
Paul Ciani

continues a season of the famous
British comedies starring
Sid James
Kenneth Williams Kenneth Connor
Charles Hawtrey
Joan Sims , Jim Dale Amanda Barrie
In ancient Britain, square-wheel-maker Hengist Pod is among those captured by the Roman forces of Mark Antony and taken to Rome, where he is sold in the slave market. The Carry On team, determined not to be outdone by Elizabeth Taylor (or William Shakespeare ), present their own inimitable version of a famous episode in history.
Screenplay by TALBOT ROTHWELL Produced by PETER ROGERS Directed by GERALD THOMAS 0 FILMS: page 19
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Contributors

Unknown:
Sid James
Unknown:
Kenneth Williams
Unknown:
Kenneth Connor
Unknown:
Charles Hawtrey
Unknown:
Joan Sims
Unknown:
Jim Dale
Unknown:
Amanda Barrie
Unknown:
Mark Antony
Unknown:
Elizabeth Taylor
Unknown:
William Shakespeare
Play By:
Talbot Rothwell
Produced By:
Peter Rogers
Directed By:
Gerald Thomas
Mark Antony:
Sid James
Julius Caesar:
Kenneth Williams
Hengist Pod:
Kenneth Connor
Seneca:
Charles Hawtrey
Calpurnia:
Joan Sims
Horsa:
Jim Dale
Cleo:
Amanda Barrie
Gloria:
Julie Stevens
Sgt Major:
Victor Maddern
Senna Pod:
Sheila Hancock
Bilius:
David Davenport
Archimedes:
Michael Ward
Virginia:
Tanya Binning
Agrippa:
Francis de Wolff
Sosages:
Tom Clegg
Soothsayer:
Jon Pertwee
Galley master:
Peter Gilmore
BrutUS:
Brian Oulton
Spencius:
Warren Mitchell
Marcus:
Gertan Klauber

A summer series recorded on location from Jersey in the Channel Islands. Introduced by Mike Smith special guest star and your host for tonight Mike Yarwood with Bananarama, Bob Carolgees, Jeff Stevenson, Donny Osmond, Martin P. Daniels and The Beach Belles
Holiday-makers and honeymoon couples are invited to join Mike Smith and try to Beat the Clock, to beat time and win big-time prizes.

Contributors

Introduced by:
Mike Smith
Guest/host:
Mike Yarwood
Performer:
Bob Carolgees
Performer:
null Bananarama
Performer:
Jeff Stevenson
Choreography:
Laura Wynne
Sound:
John Caulfield
Lighting:
Stan Snape
Designer:
John Anderson
Musical direction:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Director:
Michael Hurll
Producer:
Mary O'Connell
Executive producer:
Michael Hurll

An eight-part serial by PAUL WHEELER starring
4: Bluebell is flattered to be asked back to the Folies Bergere with her own dancers, but soon finds herself out of work again after falling foul of the star of the show, the notorious
Mistinguett. Now a chance visit to the cinema changes her life ...
Title and incidental music by ILONA SEKACZ
Choreographer ANTHONY VAN LAAST Produced by BRIAN SPIBY
Directed by MOIRA ARMSTRONG (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Wheeler
Music By:
Ilona Sekacz
Music By:
Choreographer Anthony van Laast
Produced By:
Brian Spiby
Directed By:
Moira Armstrong
Bluebell:
Carolyn Pickles
Marcel Leibovici:
Philip Sayer
Aunt Mary:
Carmel McSharry
Paul Derval:
Michael N. Harbour
Helen:
Annie Lambert
Pierre:
John Arnatt
Mistinguett:
Thelma Ruby
Jacques-Charles:
Donald Douglas
Erhard:
Philip Fox
Lucy:
Miranda Coe
Bobby:
Sarah Dyall
Mme Duchamp:
Agnes Bernelle
Felix:
David Hatton
Max:
Jeremy Clyne
Echo reporter:
Nick Conway
Chantal:
Laura Jackson
Theatre ASM:
Marcus Bell
Klaus:
Andrew Groves
Jeanne:
Caryl Casson
Simone:
Beryl Nesbitt

starring and
Florence Italy
They can both be dangerous occupations: racing cars and prostitution. As the streets of Miami are prepared for a Grand Prix, Crockett and Tubbs witness the body of a young hooker being thrown from a speeding sports car and delve into the case of a life lived in the lethal lane ...
Written by PAUL DIAMOND
Directed by JOHN NICOLELLA

Contributors

Unknown:
Florence Italy
Written By:
Paul Diamond
Directed By:
John Nicolella
Sonny Crockett:
Don Johnson
Ricardo Tubbs:
Philip Michael Thomas
Lt Castillo:
Edward James Olmos
Switek:
Michael Talbott
ZitO:
John Diehl
Trudy:
Oliviabrown
Gina:
Saundra Santiago
Danny Tepper:
Danny Sullivan
Frank Tepper:
Stephen Joyce

Regional Variations (2)

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Featuring a guide on how to recognise parts of the body, a singing policeman, an interview with a plastic surgeon, a camp soldiers' drill and the Verrifast Plane Company.

starring
Lee Van Cleef Jim Brown
Fred Williamson
Pike, the foreman of the Morgan Ranch, makes a promise to his dying boss to deliver$86,000 safely to Mexico. News travels fast in Abilene and Pike soon finds himself trailed by a group of unsavoury characters all anxious to relieve him of the money. On the trail he meets a smooth-talking gambler, a mute Indian who specialises in Kung Fu, and a beautiful woman. And all the time, shadowing them in the background, is the ruthless bounty hunter, Kiefer.
Screenplay by ERIC BERCOVICI and JERRY LUDWIG
Produced by HARRY BERNSEN
Directed by ANTHONY M. DAWSON
0 FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Unknown:
Lee van Cleef
Unknown:
Jim Brown
Unknown:
Fred Williamson
Play By:
Eric Bercovici
Unknown:
Jerry Ludwig
Produced By:
Harry Bernsen
Directed By:
Anthony M. Dawson
Kiefer:
Lee van Cleef
Pike:
Jim Brown
Tyree:
Fred Williamson
Catherine:
Catherine Spark
Kashtok:
Jim Kelly
Kane:
Barry Sullivan
Dumper:
Harry Carey Jr
Skave:
Robert Donner
Cloyd:
Charles McGregor
Cangey:
Leonard Smith
Halsey:
Ronald Howard
Calvera:
Ricardo Palacios
ChiCO:
Robin Levitt

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