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on BBC One London

In the studio:
Tony Dortie , Jenny Powell with the Roving Eye: Anthea Turner
Live from the centre of Manchester comes the brightest magazine on TV.
Today there's sponge diving from Florida, and Nick Sanders meets the fire brigade. Plus Thundercats and the chance to choose your favourite cartoons and videos with the UP2U call-line. Meanwhile, the Roving Eye reports live from a secret mystery location somewhere in the south of England ... Director DAWN MONAGHAN
Location producer STEVE HAGGARD Production PETER HAMILTON and MARTIN HUGHES Editor EDWARD PUGH BBC North West
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Contributors

Unknown:
Tony Dortie
Unknown:
Jenny Powell
Unknown:
Anthea Turner
Unknown:
Nick Sanders
Producer:
Steve Haggard
Unknown:
Peter Hamilton
Unknown:
Martin Hughes

This week it's the semi-finals and tonight TRING SCHOOL from Hertfordshire meet
TORQUAY GRAMMAR.
Debbie Greenwood finds out who are the video victors in this knockout tournament to seek out the First Class of 1988. Designer DUGALD FINDLAY Director JUSTIN C. ADAMS
Series producer CHARLES NAIRN Producer ANNE SOMERS

Contributors

Unknown:
Debbie Greenwood
Designer:
Dugald Findlay
Director:
Justin C. Adams
Producer:
Charles Nairn
Producer:
Anne Somers

starring
Peter Graves
Cameron Mitchell
1908: the desert province of Khuzistan. Two wildcat American oilmen begin drilling and find themselves in the middle of a dangerous conflict between the British
Army, the Tsar of Russia and Khazal Khan , leader of the Baluchi tribe. It's action all the way in this exciting one-of-a-kind adventure!
Screenplay by DONALD FREDETTE and TONY ZAR1NDAST
Produced and directed by TONY ZARINDAST
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Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Graves
Unknown:
Cameron Mitchell
Leader:
Khazal Khan
Unknown:
Donald Fredette
Unknown:
Tony Zar1ndast
Directed By:
Tony Zarindast
Mark Janzer:
Peter Graves
Col Liakhov:
Albert Salmi
Jack Piper:
Cameron Mitchell
Prince Sohrab:
Michael Ansara
Paul Halders:
Barry Stokes
Karim Khan:
Ben Feitelson
Suzanne:
Monique Vermeer
Sheikh Khazal Khan:
Ahmed Mazhar
Capt Noel:
Derren Nesbitt
Ali Khan:
Amr Sahm
Mr Randolph:
John Collin
Jabar Khan:
Magdy Wahba

Starring Michael Barrymore, Ken Dodd, Martin P. Daniels, Gorden Kaye, Su Pollard, Micky Zany featuring the Bluebell Girls

Paris is the destination for the Bluebells, but Michael needs Gorden Kaye to translate. Martin P. Daniels gives a lesson in magic. And Ken Dodd, Su Pollard and Micky Zany add to the music and laughter.
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Contributors

Presenter/Comedian:
Michael Barrymore
Comediam:
Ken Dodd
Magician:
Martin P. Daniels
Guest:
Gorden Kaye
Singer:
Su Pollard
Comedian:
Micky Zany
Writer/Programme Associate:
Geoff Atkinson
Writer:
Kim Fuller
Writer:
Michael Barrymore
Choreographed and staged by:
Jeff Richer
Musical Director:
Don Hunt
Costume Designer:
Lynda Woodfield
Sound Supervisor:
John Caulfield
Lighting Director:
Stan Snape
Designer:
Richard Morris
Producer/Director:
Kevin Bishop

starring
Bernard Cribbins Kenneth Williams Juliet Mills
Charles Hawtrey Donald Houston
Cecil Parker
As motley a crew as ever set sail for the Spanish Main - the Carry On team, presided over by an inappropriately named Captain Fearless, try, not very successfully, to find the Nelson touch in this large helping of nautical nonsense.
Screenplay by TALBOT ROTHWELL Produced by PETER ROGERS Directed by GERALD THOMAS
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Contributors

Unknown:
Bernard Cribbins
Unknown:
Kenneth Williams
Unknown:
Juliet Mills
Unknown:
Charles Hawtrey
Unknown:
Donald Houston
Unknown:
Cecil Parker
Play By:
Talbot Rothwell
Produced By:
Peter Rogers
Directed By:
Gerald Thomas
Albert:
Bernard Cribbins
Captain Fearless:
Kenneth Williams
Sally:
Juliet Mills
Walter:
Charles Hawtrey
Howett:
Donald Houston
First Sea Lord:
Cecil Parker
Angel:
Percy Herbert
Patch:
Peter Gilmore
Hook:
Ed Devereaux
Carrier:
Jim Dale
Hardy:
Anton Rodgers
Don Luis:
Patrick Cargill

The fifth of eight parts starring in The Bombay Ducks by TERRY HODGKINSON with An encounter with a , frightened young Indian and the loan of a tenner involve Jack in the uncovering of an ugly racket.
Created and produced by ROBERT BANKS STEWART Director GUY SLATER (R)
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Contributors

Unknown:
Terry Hodgkinson
Produced By:
Robert Banks Stewart
Director:
Guy Slater
Jack Bartholomew:
Steve Bisley
Julie:
Dulice Liecier
Fred Hurley:
David Bamber
Det Sgt McBride:
Dermot Crowley
'Jock':
Valerie Gogan
Jumna:
Raj Patel
Donald:
Peter Cartwright
Valerie:
Suzanne Church
P K Gupta:
Raad Rawi
Captain Winnie Brooke:
Diana Davies
Doctor:
Barry McCarthy
Beautician:
Sarah Payne
Tracy:
Karen McMullen
Martland:
Nicholas Day
Driver:
Mick Oliver
Jaffrey:
Rashid Karapiet
Mohun-Lal:
Badi Uzzaman
Night sister:
Madeline Blakeney
Director:
David Conville
Choreographer:
Christopher Wren
Pianist:
Zack Laurence

starring
Donald Sutherland Brooke Adams
Once it took a gun, a mask and a fast car to rob a bank. But in this age of computers and electronic surveillance, the modern criminal has to find new methods. Reese is a civil engineer bored with his life and determined to make good. Brooke Adams is the girl who is the hitch in the plan that appeared so simple.
Screenplay by RAYMOND GIDEON
BRUCE A. EVANS. STUART MARGOLIN Produced by PETER SAMUELSON and JOHN B. BENNETT
Directed by NOEL BLACK
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Contributors

Unknown:
Donald Sutherland
Unknown:
Brooke Adams
Unknown:
Brooke Adams
Unknown:
Raymond Gideon
Unknown:
Bruce A. Evans.
Unknown:
Stuart Margolin
Produced By:
Peter Samuelson
Produced By:
John B. Bennett
Directed By:
Noel Black
Reese:
Donald Sutherland
Stacy Bishop:
Brooke Adams
Norman:
Paul Mazursky
Peter:
Allan Magicovsky
Marie:
Leigh Hamilton
Gino:
Nick Rice
Jerry:
Peter Erlich
Steve:
Paul Rothery
Laura:
Elizabeth Barclay

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