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Peter Simon , Trevor Neal and Simon Hickson introduce your Saturday morning entertainment. Starting with Corners
Presented by Sophie Aldred and Simon Davies with Jo Korna

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Simon
Unknown:
Trevor Neal
Unknown:
Simon Hickson
Presented By:
Sophie Aldred
Presented By:
Simon Davies
Unknown:
Jo Korna

starring Roland Rat as the circuit race marshal in this lightning battle of wits, as two teams battle it out to clock up the greatest distance on their milometers. Designer SUE pow
Director STEVE HAGGARD Producer MARTIN HUGHES BBC North West

Contributors

Unknown:
Roland Rat
Director:
Steve Haggard
Producer:
Martin Hughes

Here's the Beef
The children are chased by Brutus the Bull when they play in a forbidden area of the woods.
and The Jam Wars
A flood forces the animals to seek higher ground where they also find a huge supply of jam.

Sarah Greene and Phillip Schofield have a great line-up of entertainment for you this morning. There are star guests to phone and competitions to enter. Why not try for the Treasure Hunt this week? There's the Video Vote, too. Will you agree with this morning's panellists? If you like cartoons then you won't want to miss the latest adventure with Thunderbirds 2086. Have you ever wondered how Eddie Kidd fills his busy day? Special reporter Mark Chase went along to find out.

Contributors

Presenter:
Sarah Greene
Presenter:
Phillip Schofield
Unknown:
Eddie Kidd
Reporter:
Mark Chase
Editor:
Chris Bellinger

with Jimmy Savile
If you have a special dream or you would like a happy surprise for a friend, write to: Jim'll Fix It, BBCtv Centre
Wood Lane, London W12 8QT Designer JOHN BRISTOW Director TONY NEWMAN Producer ROGER ORDISH
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Contributors

Unknown:
Jimmy Savile
Designer:
John Bristow
Director:
Tony Newman
Producer:
Roger Ordish

starring Bob Monkhouse More exciting prizes to be won on television's bingo quiz show as four new hopeful contestants compete for the last chance this series of winning a dream holiday. Game devised by TERRY MARDELL and DAVID MOORE Programme associates
COLIN EDMONDS. JOHN JUNKIN Lighting BILL MILLAR Sound LEN SHOREY
Designer PAUL TRERISE
Series producer JOHN BISHOP Produced and directed by GEOFF MILES
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Contributors

Unknown:
Bob Monkhouse
Unknown:
Terry Mardell
Unknown:
David Moore
Unknown:
Colin Edmonds.
Directed By:
Geoff Miles

In this week's show Paul Daniels uncovers his new patent spelling machine and helps magical colleague Alan Shaxon divide a girl into three pieces. He also introduces his other guests: from Great Britain, the ventriloquist Saveen with Daisy May; from Switzerland, Tempest Cottet with their original manipulative skills. Featuring DEBBIE MCGEE and JULIA HOWSON
Musical director KEN JONES
Programme associate ALI BONGO Technical consultant GIL LEANEY Sound ANTHONY PHILPOT Lighting BILL MILLAR Designer JOHN HILL
Director KEVIN BISHOP
Produced by JOHN FISHER
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Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Daniels
Unknown:
Alan Shaxon
Unknown:
Debbie McGee
Unknown:
Julia Howson
Designer:
John Hill
Director:
Kevin Bishop
Produced By:
John Fisher

created by ROBERT BANKS STEWART starring
John Nettles in The Sin of Forgiveness by JOHN COLLEE with Terence Alexander Sean Arnold
Louise Jameson and John Bennett Susan Fleetwood
Alan MacNaughton
Charlie has organised the first Jersey International Music Festival, but the arrival of the mysterious Aaron Rosenbaum gives him a few headaches and poses a serious moral dilemma for Jim.
Incidental music by RAY RUSSELL Script editor DAVID CRANE Designer PHIL ROBERSON Film editor PAUL GARRICK
Photography JOHN MCGLASHAN Produced by GEORGE GALLACCIO
Directed by TRISTAN DE VERE COLE
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Contributors

Unknown:
John Nettles
Unknown:
John Collee
Unknown:
Terence Alexander
Unknown:
Sean Arnold
Unknown:
Louise Jameson
Unknown:
John Bennett
Unknown:
Susan Fleetwood
Unknown:
Alan MacNaughton
Unknown:
Aaron Rosenbaum
Music By:
Ray Russell
Designer:
Phil Roberson
Editor:
Paul Garrick
Unknown:
Photography John McGlashan
Produced By:
George Gallaccio
Jim Bergerac:
John Nettles
Charles Hungerford:
Terence Alexander
Aaron Rosenbaum:
John Bennett
Anna:
Susan Fleetwood
George Draycott:
Alan MacNaughton
Crozier:
Sean Arnold
Susan Young:
Louise Jameson
Det Con Willy Pettit:
John Telfer
David:
David John Pope
Records office assistant:
Kate Lansbury
Peggy:
Nancy Mansfield
Det Con Ben Lomas:
David Kershaw
Desk sergeant:
Terry Gurry
Stranger:
Adrian Fletcher
Estate agent girl:
Jenny Funnell
Hospital porter:
Robert Beach
Woman at party:
Diane Cousins
Pianist:
Roger Barra
Commandos:
Roger Ennals
Commandos:
Jeff Boyd
Commandos:
David Scheel
Commandos:
Julia Lenardon

The first semi-final was decided this afternoon. Who will meet the winner in tomorrow's final? Tonight's match may bring together Steve Davis, whose statistics of wins in most of the top tournaments is unrivalled, and Jimmy White, who Steve recently beat in the closely fought final of the UK Championship.
David Icke introduces coverage from the Wembley Conference Centre of this best-of-11-frames match.
Commentators Ted Lowe, Jack Karnehm, Clive Everton

Summarisers John Spencer, John Virgo, Eddie Charlton

Contributors

Unknown:
Steve Davis
Unknown:
Jimmy White
Unknown:
Ted Lowe
Unknown:
Jack Karnehm
Unknown:
Clive Everton
Summariser:
John Spencer
Summariser:
John Virgo
Summariser:
Eddie Charlton
Television presentation :
Wendy Sheppard
Television presentation :
Peter Hayward
Television presentation :
Keith MacKenzie

Introduced by Jimmy Hill featuring
The FA Cup Round 4
Action highlights from this afternoon's games, plus all the atmosphere and tension that surrounds the Cup. Commentators
John Motson
Barry Davies
Tony Gubba
News round-up by Bob Wilson
Series producer John Shrewsbury Editor Bob Abrahams

Contributors

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

BBC One London

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

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