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Susan Rae and Mike Shaft invite you to challenge the programme makers or interview your favourite television personalities. Ring [number removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Susan Rae
Unknown:
Mike Shaft

Andy Crane with programme news and your birthday greetings followed by Play School
So the great Book ofKells From the town of the bells Was finished one day by young Matt ...
And there in its pages Till the end of all ages
Is the comical Celtic cat!
Presenters Stuart Bradley Elizabeth Watts
Guest Kate Harrison
Story: The Comical Celtic Cat by NORAH GOLDEN

Contributors

Unknown:
Andy Crane
Presenters:
Stuart Bradley
Presenters:
Elizabeth Watts
Unknown:
Guest Kate Harrison

The Dunhill Cup from St Andrews , Fife
The world professional team championship features 16 of the top golfing nations for a prize fund of more than one million dollars.
Three players per team play on a knock-out basis over 18 holes medal match play.
Australia has won the trophy on both occasions the event has been staged, and are favourites to retain the trophy won last year by Greg Norman , Rodger Davis and David Graham. Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER Commentators PETER ALLISS
BRUCE CRITCHLEY
TONY JACKLIN. CLIVE CLARK Producers
FRED VINER and ALASTAIR SCOTT Executive producer JOHN SHREWSBURY

Contributors

Unknown:
St Andrews
Unknown:
Greg Norman
Unknown:
Rodger Davis
Unknown:
David Graham.
Introduced By:
Harry Carpenter
Commentators:
Peter Alliss
Unknown:
Bruce Critchley
Unknown:
Tony Jacklin.
Unknown:
Fred Viner
Unknown:
Alastair Scott

Andy Crane - starting with Wizbit by BARRY MURRAY starring Paul Daniels Sticky Stuff
Sticky Micky eats one of Professor Doom's never ending toffees with a very sticky result. You will get stuck on this one.
Directed by PHIL BISHOP (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Barry Murray
Unknown:
Paul Daniels
Directed By:
Phil Bishop

by CHRIS ALLEN
Today's adventure: Close
Encounters of a Batty Kind in which Batty meets some aliens and dances the hokey cokey.
Batty (and other voices) played by C. J. Allen Engineering manager BERT ROBINSON
Producer ANGELA BEECHING Director MARILYN FOX

Contributors

Unknown:
Chris Allen
Played By:
C. J. Allen
Unknown:
Bert Robinson
Producer:
Angela Beeching
Director:
Marilyn Fox

with Roger Finn, Helen Rollason and John Craven
What's happening today in the world? The Newsround team bring you the big stories of the day and explain the facts behind them.

Contributors

Presenter:
Roger Finn
Presenter:
Helen Rollason
Presenter/Editor:
John Craven

with Mark Curry, Caron Keating Yvette Fielding
Expedition USSR
'Thou shalt not worship'
Imagine living in a country where it's forbidden to read the Bible at school and where most churches are either closed or have been turned into museums. That's what it's like in the Soviet Union - where the government tells people that religion is dead. But whether they're Christians, Muslims or Jews, people do manage to worship. Caron reports from Moscow's Great Synagogue, the Al-Bukhary Mosque in Samarkand and joins the congregation of the 400-year-old Cathedral of the Assumption in Zagorsk.

Contributors

Presenter:
Mark Curry
Presenter:
Caron Keating
Presenter:
Yvette Fielding

Introduced by Mike Smith and Gary Davies Lighting GEOFF BEECH Sound MARK HOLLAND
Designer GRENVILLE HORNER
Executive producer MICHAEL HURLL Production brian WHITEHOUSE

Contributors

Introduced By:
Mike Smith
Introduced By:
Gary Davies
Designer:
Grenville Horner
Producer:
Michael Hurll

with Peter Macann
Maggie Philbin
Howard Stableford and Judith Hann , bringing you the new and fantastic from the world of science.
This week Bob Symes introduces another round-up of new inventions, including a computerised hawk to scare away birds!
Producers DANA PURVIS , VIV KING. JACK WEBER , CYNTHIA PAGE Studio director TOM WRAGG Editor RICHARD REISZ

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter MacAnn
Unknown:
Maggie Philbin
Unknown:
Howard Stableford
Unknown:
Judith Hann
Introduces:
Bob Symes
Producers:
Dana Purvis
Unknown:
Jack Weber
Director:
Tom Wragg
Editor:
Richard Reisz

Regional Variations (2)

Only Fools and Horses

Series 5

Episode 4: Tea for Three

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Rodney has the chance to get one over on Del for a change, but the joke goes a bit too far as Del heads out to sea.

Regional Variations (2)

Blackadder

Blackadder the Third

Episode 3: Nob and Nobility

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Available for 3 months

Sitcom set in the Regency era. As revolution sweeps France, everyone is obsessed with the daring exploits of the Scarlet Pimpernel. Everyone except Blackadder. Show more

Contributors

Edmund Blackadder:
Rowan Atkinson
Baldrick:
Tony Robinson
The Prince Regent:
Hugh Laurie
Lord Smedley:
Tim McInnerny
Lord Topper:
Nigel Planer
Ambassador:
Chris Barrie
Writer:
Ben Elton
Producer:
John Lloyd

from Brighton with Sir Robin Day
Around the Question Time table at Hove Town Hall are Charles Kennedy , mp Ken Livingstone , MP
The Rt Hon John Smith , MP Lord Young
Director ANN MORLEY
Producer ANNA CARRAGHER Editor BARBARA MAXWELL

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Kennedy
Unknown:
Ken Livingstone
Unknown:
John Smith
Director:
Ann Morley
Producer:
Anna Carragher
Editor:
Barbara Maxwell

starring with guest star
Ain't we Got Fun
Chicago, 1933. Bootleg whisky is still the name of the game and for gangsters like Big Jim Harrington, the city's nightclubs are the key outlets which must be controlled. Into the spotlight of Harrington's takeover bids walks comedian
Johnny Paycheck , a man for whom the laughter is about to turn hollow....
Narrated by Walter Winchell Written by ABRAM s. GINNES and ROBERT C. DENNIS Directed by ROGER KAY (Blackandwhite)

Contributors

Unknown:
Johnny Paycheck
Unknown:
Walter Winchell
Written By:
Abram S. Ginnes
Written By:
Robert C. Dennis
Directed By:
Roger Kay
Eliot Ness:
Robert Stack
Johnny Paycheck:
Cameron Mitchell
Agent Flaherty:
Jerry Paris
Harrington:
Ted de Corsia
Benny Hoff:
Joseph Buloff

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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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