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Fred Harris and friends say Hallo Again.
Power at Your Fingertips Musician PAUL READE Director BRIAN JAMESON
Series producer CHRISTINE HEWITT Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Unknown:
Fred Harris
Musician:
Paul Reade
Director:
Brian Jameson
Producer:
Christine Hewitt
Editor:
Cynthia Felgate

Many people will say a quick prayer when in difficulty, but otherwise they leave it to the 'experts'. In the first of this ten-part series looking at different aspects of prayer,
Linda Mary Evans asks 'why pray?'.
Director STEVE BENSON
Producer HELEN ALEXANDER

Contributors

Unknown:
Linda Mary Evans
Director:
Steve Benson
Producer:
Helen Alexander

Margaret Collingwood joins Margaret and Maurice Waugh in their home on the Lleyn
Peninsula, North Wales, for a time of worship and reflection.
Readings: Ephesians 5, w 6-14; John 8, vv 12-16
Producer DAFYDD OWEN
Series producer HELEN ALEXANDER

Contributors

Unknown:
Margaret Collingwood
Unknown:
Maurice Waugh
Producer:
Dafydd Owen
Producer:
Helen Alexander

When your dentist asks you to 'open wider', it is comforting to know that he is well trained.
The students at Manchester University's Dental School are taught that modern dentistry is more than just drilling and filling. But if it does come to that, don't worry - they'll have practised first on 'phantom heads' in the laboratory. Producer ALF BATES
Executive producer TONY BROUGHTON

Contributors

Producer:
Alf Bates
Producer:
Tony Broughton

French for beginners in a series of 15 programmes. You don't need much French to get started. Carolle Rousseau and Patrick Simpson-Jones show how to buy drinks and croissants and get tourist information. They also take a look at the city of Grenoble in the French Alps, which is the setting for the first ten programmes. (R) (e)

Contributors

Presenter:
Carolle Rousseau
Presenter:
Patrick Simpson-Jones
Film Director:
Frank Ash
Producer:
David Wilson

A series in five parts with Andrew Sachs and his guide from Barcelona, Manuel.

Andrew takes a bus tour to the Catalan city and explores it with a young English friend called Laura. They take the cable car to the port and wander up the Ramblas. Then comes the Gaudi cathedral and a folk-dance fiesta in the Pueblo Espanol.
(R) (e)

Contributors

Presenter/Manuel:
Andrew Sachs
Film Editor:
John Keenan
Producer:
Bernard Adams

News and entertainment with sign language and subtitles. Introduced by Clive Mason Maureen Denmark and John Lee
Produced by EDDIE MONTAGUE (e)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Clive Mason
Introduced By:
Maureen Denmark
Introduced By:
John Lee
Produced By:
Eddie Montague

Thirty Years On
Over the past three decades, British farming has undergone the most radical changes in history. It's all been chronicled by Farming, which celebrates 30 years on the screen with the second in a special series on the rural revolution.
Producer JENNY COWAN
Series producer MARTIN SMALL BBC Pebble Mill
12.58 Weather for farmers
JOHN KETTLEY

Contributors

Producer:
Jenny Cowan
Unknown:
John Kettley

with Vivian White
Starting with News Summary The weekly programme of lively discussion - making the news with those in power and hearing the views of those who challenge them. Film director DON HARLEY Producers
VANESSA DOWELL , JESSICA CECIL Editor LYDIA HOWARD

Contributors

Unknown:
Vivian White
Director:
Don Harley
Unknown:
Vanessa Dowell
Unknown:
Jessica Cecil
Editor:
Lydia Howard

I continues a season of films starring the celebrated comic actor. Today with Robert Morley
Constance Cummings The House of MacPherson, old established manufacturers of hand-woven tweeds, is invaded by a female efficiency expert. Her new methods soon upset the firm's elderly retainers and drive the chief accountant to thoughts of murder.
Written and produced by MONJA DANISCHEWSKY Based on the short story
The Catbird Seat by JAMES THURBER Directed by CHARLES CRICHTON
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Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Morley
Produced By:
Monja Danischewsky
Unknown:
James Thurber
Directed By:
Charles Crichton
Mr Martin:
Peter Sellers
Angela:
Constance Cummings
Robert:
Robert Morley
Andrew:
Jameson Clark
Graham:
Moultrie Kelsall
Robertson:
Alex MacKenzie
Macleod:
Roddy McMillan
Irwin Hoffman:
Donald Pleasence
Old MacPherson:
Ernest Thesiger
Detective:
Michael Goodliffe
Detective's friend:
William Mervyn

A look back over the most memorable moments from last week's show.
Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD
STEPHEN HADLEY
Producers JOHNNIE WATHERSTON WENDY SHEPPARD

Contributors

Introduced By:
David Vine
Unknown:
Raymond Brooks-Ward
Unknown:
Stephen Hadley
Producers:
Johnnie Watherston
Producers:
Wendy Sheppard

starring
Third Question
'Moms are moms - they don't date,' but Jessie decides to put the past behind her - if only David will allow it. Written by CHRISTIAN DAVID
Directed by ROBERT SCHEERER

Contributors

Written By:
Christian David
Directed By:
Robert Scheerer
Gus:
Wilford Brimley
Jessie:
Deidre Hall
Kris:
Shannen Doherty
David:
Chad Allen
Molly:
Keri Houlihan
Joe:
Gerald S O'Loughlin

by WILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY dramatised in 16 episodes by ALEXANDER BARON and 6: A Marriage and Part of a Honeymoon
Amelia and George are reunited, but Mr Osborne is still determined to prevent the match. Meanwhile Becky and Rawdon are having problems of their own with Rawdon's aunt, the rich and powerful Miss Crawley.
Music composed and conducted by NIGEL HESS
Costume designer JOYCE HAWKINS Script editor PHILLIPPA GILES Designer GAVIN DAVIES
Producer TERRANCE DICKS
Director DLARMUID LAWRENCE
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Contributors

Unknown:
William Makepeace
Unknown:
Alexander Baron
Conducted By:
Nigel Hess
Designer:
Joyce Hawkins
Editor:
Phillippa Giles
Designer:
Gavin Davies
Producer:
Terrance Dicks
Director:
Dlarmuid Lawrence
Miss Matilda Crawley:
Sian Phillips
Mr Osborne:
Robert Lang
Amelia:
Rebecca Saire
George Osborne:
Benedict Taylor
Rawdon Crawley:
Jack Klaff
Jos Sedley:
James Saxon
Dobbin:
Simon Dormandy
Becky:
Eve Matheson
Mrs Sedley:
Gillian Raine
Mr Sedley:
David Swift
Harpist:
Jane Lister
Miss Swartz:
Vicky Licorish
Hicks:
Alfred Hoffman
Mrs Haggistoun:
Penelope Lee
Maria Osborne:
Jane Gambier
Mrs Firkin:
Hilda Fenemore
Vicar:
Giles Oldershaw
Miss Briggs:
Philippa Urquhart

from Holywood, Northern Ireland
If you hadn't a sense of humour in this country you would be completely bonkers.
ROWELFRiERS.oneoflreland's leading cartoonists, talks to Roger Royle in tonight's
Songs of Praise. Holywood boasts a maypole, a seventh-century priory and a united community who sing their favourite hymns in the Parish Church of St Philip and St James.
Let us, with a gladsome mind
(Monkland); The head that once was crowned with thorns (Nottingham); Stand up! Stand up for Jesus!
(Morning Light); Sing hosanna; Lead us, heavenly Father (Mannheim); 0 love that wilt not let me go (St
Margaret); The King is among us; Thy kingdom come! (Irish)
Conductor HAVELOCK NELSON Organist BRIAN HUNTER Producer JAMES SKELLY Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Northern Ireland
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Contributors

Unknown:
Roger Royle
Conductor:
Havelock Nelson
Organist:
Brian Hunter
Producer:
James Skelly

Regional Variations (2)

Three Up, Two Down

BBC One London

Three Up, Two Down

Series 3

Episode 6: Come Sail with Me

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One London

Sitcom about flat-sharing in-laws whose children have just had their first baby. Daphne's worst fears are confirmed when a trip to the coast finds her all at sea.

Contributors

Angie Tyler:
Lysette Anthony
Nick Tyler:
Ray Burdis
Sam Tyler:
Michael Elphick
Daphne Trenchard:
Angela Thorne

A series in 13 parts devised by GERARD GLAISTER and ALLAN PRIOR starring and Episode 6 by ANTHONY OSBORN 'I'm not interested in private morality, Kenneth. Or in immorality for that matter. I am merely here to safeguard the interests of the bank.'
Coastguard .JONATHAN ADAMS Title music
SIMON MAY and LESLIE OSBORNE Designer BOB HUTTON Script consultant
RAYMOND THOMPSON
Script editor MARK LYONS
Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director MICHAEL E. BRIANT
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Contributors

Unknown:
Gerard Glaister
Unknown:
Anthony Osborn
Tom Howard:
Maurice Colbourne
Jan Howard:
Jan Harvey
Jack Rolfe:
Glyn Owen
Charles Frere:
Tony Anholt
Avril Rolfe:
Susan Gilmore
Ken Masters:
Stephen Yardley
Sir Edward Frere:
Nigel Davenport
Leo:
Edward Highmore
Amanda:
Francesca Gonshaw
Polly:
Patricia Shakesby
Gerald:
Ivor Danvers
Sir John Stevens:
Willoughby Gray
Sarah:
Sarah-Jane Varley
Bill Sayers:
Robert Vahey
Anna Lee:
Sarah Lam
Emma Neesome:
Sian Webber
Priest:
Artro Morris
Assessor:
Frank Tregear
Pierre:
Daniel André Pageon

written by CARLA LANE
The story of the Boswells, a family of lovable rogues.
Title music by DAVID MACKAY Designer TIM GLEESON
Directed by SUSAN BELBIN Produced by ROBIN NASH
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Contributors

Written By:
Carla Lane
Music By:
David MacKay
Designer:
Tim Gleeson
Directed By:
Susan Belbin
Produced By:
Robin Nash
Mrs Boswell:
Jean Boht
Joey Boswell:
Peter Howitt
Jack:
Victor MacGuire
Adrian:
Jonathon Morris
Billy Boswell:
Nick Conway
Aveline Boswell:
Gilly Coman
Mr Boswell:
Ronald Forfar
Grandad:
Kenneth Waller
Julie:
Hilary Crowson
Yizzel:
Charles Lawson
Yizzel's mate:
Simon Rouse
Lilo Lill:
Eileen Pollock
Roxy:
Joanna Phillips-Lane
Posh lady:
Myfanwy Talog
Mr Julian:
Paul Toothill
Mr Woodstock:
Nick Maloney

by OLIVIA MANNING
Screenplay in seven parts by ALAN PLATER
1: September 1939. War breaks out as newly-married Guy and Harriet Pringle set out on a journey across Europe and into the heart of the Balkans - to Romania where an uneasy neutrality reigns.
Music composed and conducted by RICHARD HOLMES
Film editor TARIQ ANWAR Photography DAVID FEIG Designer TIM HARVEY
Producer BETTY WILLINGALE Director JAMES CELLAN JONES Title music to Fortunes of War available on record RESL 221,from retailers
* FEATURE: page 98
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Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Plater
Unknown:
Harriet Pringle
Conducted By:
Richard Holmes
Editor:
Tariq Anwar
Unknown:
David Feig
Designer:
Tim Harvey
Producer:
Betty Willingale
Director:
James Cellan Jones
Guy Pringle:
Kenneth Branagh
Harriet Pringle:
Emma Thompson
Prince Yakimov:
Ronald Pickup
Dobson:
Charles Kay
Inchcape:
James Villiers
McCann:
Barry Jackson
Galpin:
Desmond McNamara
Lawson:
Richard Clifford
lonescu:
Nicholas Chagrin
Sophie Oresanu:
Elena Secota
Despina:
Magdalena Buznea
Prince Hadjimoscos:
Vernon Dobtcheff
Horvath:
Mischa De La Motte
Palu:
Nicholas Amer
Bella Niculesco:
Caroline Langrishe
Nikko Niculesco:
Vladimir Mirodan
Dubedat:
Mark Drewry
German refugee:
Branko Miklavc
Immigration officer:
Branko Grubar
Florica:
Snezana Savic
Emmanuel Drucker:
Relja Basic
Sasha Drucker:
Harry Burton
Doamna Drucker:
Andreja Saric
First sister-in-law:
Vera Per
Second sister-in-law:
Polona Vetrih
Uncle:
Sreskco Ertavel
Hotel manager:
Iain Rattray
Hotel clerk:
Andri Vasilescu

As the news unfolds, moral dilemmas, controversies and questions are raised that cannot easily be compressed into the summary of a news bulletin. In the last programme in the series
Helena Kennedy looks for what matters; the personal, political or religious story that affects society and inflames passions or prejudices. Film editor MIKE ALOOF Assistant producer CATHERINE SEDDON
Series producer OLGA EDRIDGE

Contributors

Unknown:
Helena Kennedy
Producer:
Catherine Seddon
Producer:
Olga Edridge

Six speculations on life in the computer age. with Robert Powell 1: The Refusal
Imagine it's the year 2000 and that North Sea oil runs out. That Britain's largest surviving manufacturing group is moving out to the West Indies. Suppose there is a flourishing black economy and that young people with imagination turn to high-technology crime. Then where will the government raise taxes to support the unemployed majority? Can we invent an economic system to cope with automation? Film cameraman PETER HALL
Assistant producer JONATHAN DRORI Producer PAUL KRIWACZEK
0 FEATURE: page 94

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Powell
Producer:
Jonathan Drori
Producer:
Paul Kriwaczek

BBC One London

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