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Holiday morning programmes with Simon Parkin starting with:

Come Midnight Monday
A drama in seven episodes
1: Tim Forsyth is holidaying in Winnawadgery. His aunt is campaigning against closure of the local railway and Tim meets a young adventurer equally determined to save the train.
Directed by MARK CALLAN
Produced by DAVID ZWECK
(Part 2 tomorrow at 9. 05am)
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Contributors

Unknown:
Simon Parkin
Unknown:
Tim Forsyth
Directed By:
Mark Callan
Produced By:
David Zweck
Tim:
Stephen Comey
Bugsy:
Jacqui Gordon
Biff:
Sally Boyden
Squeak:
Tim Blake
Angus McPhee:
Tommy Dysart

Recipes, puzzles and games have to wait as ADAM organises an expedition to a 'bizarre place' in search of BEN. Back at the farmhouse, an old friend has turned up with an armful of books. Producer DAVID J. EVANS BBC Wales

Contributors

Producer:
David J. Evans

Simon Parkin with your birthday greetings followed by Play School
The chick grew up and became a hen
Now can you guess what she did then?
Presenters Wayne Jackman and Elizabeth Watts Story: The Hen by INMA
CHILTON Director BARBARA RODDAM (R) and The Adventures of Spot by ERIC HILL
Spot Goes on Holiday Told by Paul Nicholas Animation LEO BELTOFT
Music by DUNCAN LAMONT Script editor DAVID MCKEE
Production CLIVE JUSTER (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Simon Parkin
Presenters:
Wayne Jackman
Presenters:
Elizabeth Watts
Unknown:
Chilton Director Barbara
Told By:
Paul Nicholas
Told By:
Animation Leo Beltoft
Music By:
Duncan Lamont
Editor:
David McKee
Unknown:
Clive Juster

(and Don't Come Back!)
An animated feature film starring the Peanuts gang. Sacre bleu!
Charlie Brown , Linus, Peppermint Patty and Marcie have been chosen by their schools to spend two weeks as exchange students in France. Of course there is no show without super-sportsman Snoopy and a stowaway named
Woodstock. But our intrepid travellers are to receive a less than warm welcome.... Written by CHARLES M. SCHULZ Produced by LEE MENDELSON and BILL MELENDEZ
Directed by BILL MELENDEZ
(First showing on British television)
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Contributors

Unknown:
Charlie Brown
Unknown:
Peppermint Patty
Written By:
Charles M. Schulz
Produced By:
Lee Mendelson
Produced By:
Bill Melendez
Directed By:
Bill Melendez

A natural history adventure. Autana: a sandstone pinnacle projecting nearly a mile out of remote Venezuelan jungle. The challenge: to reach the summit by parachute, then abseil down the cliffs to huge caves - the ancient pathway of an underground river. The team: international, including two world champion sky-divers and natural history film-makers. Narrator Ian Holm
Film editor MARTIN ELSBURY Producer ADRIAN WARREN (R)

Contributors

Narrator:
Ian Holm
Editor:
Martin Elsbury
Producer:
Adrian Warren

Ted confronts Clive about his 'unfaithful wife'. Paul receives startling news about Terry. This week's cast:
Written by RICK MAIER, DAVE WORTHINGTON, JOHN LINTON, GINNY LOWNDES
Directed by GAYE ARNOLD

Contributors

Writer:
Rick Maier
Writer:
Dave Worthington
Writer:
John Linton
Writer:
Ginny Lowndes
Directed By:
Gaye Arnold
Shane Ramsay:
Peter O'Brien
Madge:
Anne Charleston
Jim Robinson:
Alan Dale
Paul Robinson:
Stefan Dennis
Scott:
Jason Donovan
Helen Daniels:
Anne Haddy
Des Clarke:
Paul Keane
Daphne Clarke:
Elaine Smith
Clive Gibbons:
Geoff Paine
Lucy Robinson:
Kylie Flinker
Mike Young:
Guy Pearce
Charlene:
Kylie Minogue
Mrs Mangel:
Vivean Gray
Jane Harris:
Annie Jones
Susan Cole:
Gloria Ajenstat
Ruth:
Stephanie Daniel
Ted Gibbons:
Max Meldrum
Warren:
Ben Mendelsohn
Sue Parker:
Kate Gorman
Ray Murphy:
Norman Yemm

starring
Dr Dolittle has abandoned his human practice to treat only animals, learning 500 animal dialects from a parrot, and becoming the proud possessor of pushmi-pullyu ...
This spectacular musical version of Hugh Lofting 's famous stories includes such favourite songs as Talk to the Animals and I've Never Seen
Anything Like It.
Music, lyrics and screenplay by LESLIE BRICUSSE , based on the stories by HUGH LOFTING
Produced by ARTHUR P. JACOBS Directed by RICHARD FLEISCHER
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Contributors

Unknown:
Hugh Lofting
Unknown:
Leslie Bricusse
Stories By:
Hugh Lofting
Produced By:
Arthur P. Jacobs
Directed By:
Richard Fleischer
Dr John Dolittle:
Rex Harrison
Emma Fairfax:
Samantha Eggar
Matthew Mugg:
Anthony Newley
Albert Blossom:
Richard Attenborough
General Bellowes:
Peter Bull
Mrs Blossom:
Murtel Landers
Tommy Stubbins:
William Dix
Willy Shakespeare:
Geoffrey Holder
Sarah Dolittle:
Portia Nelson
Lady Petherington:
Norman Varden

XV Olympic
Winter Games Exhibition
After the battle of the Brians, the contrasting clash of the Carmens and the jungle drums of the Duchesnays, the Zamboni camouflaged all traces of competition for the Olympic medallists to return and entertain their hosts from the city of Calgary.
Nearly 20,000 people packed the Saddledome to applaud the new champions
Ekaterina Gordeeva and Sergei Grinkov with Natalia Bestemianova and Andrei Bukin from the Soviet Union, American hero
Brian Boitano and the effervescent
East German Katarina Witt.
Commentator ALAN WEEKS
Television presentation CTV, Canada

Contributors

Unknown:
Ekaterina Gordeeva
Unknown:
Sergei Grinkov
Unknown:
Natalia Bestemianova
Unknown:
Andrei Bukin
Unknown:
Brian Boitano
Unknown:
Katarina Witt.

The traditional Easter visit to the world of Walt Disney films Introduced by Anneka Rice Films include:
Jungle Book, Pinocchio The Fox and the Hound Make Mine Music
Fantasia and Bedknobs and Broomsticks Producer RICHARD EVANS

Contributors

Introduced By:
Anneka Rice
Producer:
Richard Evans

Narrated by Desmond Morris Why does your dog bolt its food, fetch sticks, cock its leg, lick your face or go round in circles before lying down?
Lurking inside the domestic dog is a wild animal; and it's by looking at its wild cousins - from wolves and jackals to rarely seen bush dogs, dholes and dingos - that some of the puzzling things our pet dogs do become clear. For instance, by licking your face, your dog may be asking you to regurgitate your last meal for him! Is man's best friend just a wolf in dog's clothing? Producer MIKE BEYNON BBC Bristol
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Contributors

Unknown:
Desmond Morris

by COLIN BOSTOCK-SMITH Last in the series
Big Boys Don Cry
Somewhere in the shadows, a loathsome and flaccid white object bestirs itself. Yes, it is Don the landlord, and he's thinking of leaving. Hurrah! cries Tom ... until he realises that Alice is thinking of leaving too.
Studio sound MIKE FELTON
Studio lighting RON BRISTOW Designer DAVID HITCHCOCK Producer JOHN KILBY
Director RICHARD BODEN
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Contributors

Unknown:
Colin Bostock-Smith
Unknown:
Mike Felton
Unknown:
Ron Bristow
Designer:
David Hitchcock
Producer:
John Kilby
Director:
Richard Boden
Tom:
Tim Brooke-Taylor
Alice:
Diane Keen
Miranda:
Sheila Steafel
Gerald:
Garfield Morgan
Pat:
Brian Hall
Don:
Michael Stainton
Waiter:
Ranjit Nakara

starring Raymond Burr When defence lawyer Perry Mason meets Laura Robertson , an old flame, on the eve of her appointment to the Senate, he finds nimself drawn into a deadly plot involving blackmail and murder. Laura's husband, Glen, is accused of killing a man. Perry takes on the case....
Screenplay by ANNE COLLINS Produced by DEAN HARGROVE and FRED SILVERMAN
Directed by RON SATLOF
(First showing on British television)
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Contributors

Unknown:
Raymond Burr
Unknown:
Perry Mason
Unknown:
Laura Robertson
Play By:
Anne Collins
Produced By:
Dean Hargrove
Unknown:
Fred Silverman
Directed By:
Ron Satlof
Perry Mason:
Raymond Burr
Delia Street:
Barbara Hale
Paul Drake Jr:
William Katt
Laura:
Jean Simmons
Glen:
Gene Barry
Robert Lane:
Robert Walden
Dr Emmett Michaels:
Robert Mandan
Arthur Wellman:
Gordon Jump
Michael Reston:
David Ogden Stiers

Introduced by Jimmy Hill Action highlights from two matches in the Barclays
League, at a crucial point of the season. Commentators JOHN MOTSON , BARRY DA VIES News Round-Up and Pools Check BOB WILSON Producers JIM RESIDE
MARTIN WEBSTER. CHARLES BALCHIN Series producer JOHN SHREWSBURY Editor BOB ABRAHAMS

Contributors

Introduced By:
Jimmy Hill
Commentators:
John Motson
Unknown:
Bob Wilson
Producers:
Jim Reside
Unknown:
Martin Webster.
Producer:
John Shrewsbury
Editor:
Bob Abrahams

from the Bournemouth International Centre
Introduced by Angela Rippon The jive, the samba and the cha-cha - just three of the dances performed by many of the world's top competitors in the prestigious Amateur
Latin Championship. And, as a break from the intense competition, a cabaret from the fabulous American professionals, Wilson Barrera and Margaret Burns.
Commentator CHARLES NOVE Musical director TONY EVANS

Contributors

Introduced By:
Angela Rippon
Unknown:
Wilson Barrera
Unknown:
Margaret Burns.
Director:
Tony Evans

Saxophonist Ronnie Scott - one of the vanguards of British jazz - in performance at the Coconut Grove, Leeds with DICK PEARCE
(trumpet/flugelhorn)
JOHN CRITCHINSON (piano) RON MATHEWSON (bass) MARK TAYLOR (drums) Director MARCEL GUILLOU BBC Leeds

Contributors

Unknown:
Ronnie Scott
Unknown:
Dick Pearce
Piano:
John Critchinson
Bass:
Ron Mathewson
Director:
Marcel Guillou

BBC One London

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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