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with Kirsty Wark and Sally Jones
Reports from BILL NEELY ANITA FINDLEY
RORY CELLAN JONES
MARK EASTON
BILL TURNBULL and CAROLINE RIGHTON
With the latest sports news from Bob Wilson
Weather forecasts from Francis Wilson at 7.25, 7.55 and 8.25
Regional news and travel updates at 7.27, 7.57 and 8.27

Contributors

Unknown:
Kirsty Wark
Unknown:
Sally Jones
Unknown:
Bill Neely
Unknown:
Anita Findley
Unknown:
Rory Cellan Jones
Unknown:
Mark Easton
Unknown:
Bill Turnbull
Unknown:
Caroline Righton
Unknown:
Bob Wilson
Unknown:
Francis Wilson

Andy Crane presents a whole morning of summer entertainment assisted by Siobhan Mayer ,
Colin Heywood , and Sue Devaney. There's music, competitions, fashion, new films, videos and star guests as well as some of your favourite programmes. Starting with The Pink Panther Show
Psychedelic Pink, Le Escape Goats and Pink Posies (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Andy Crane
Assisted By:
Siobhan Mayer
Assisted By:
Colin Heywood
Assisted By:
Sue Devaney.

Undaunted by blue rubber gloves, Seainin has the perfect solution for dirty windows; Emma discovers Maureen's sweet tooth; and Bobby and Ciaran put the wraps on presents. Share some subterranean suprises and watch one of the gang land on the moon.
Series producer KIRSTIE FISHER Director JOHN NORTHOVER

Contributors

Producer:
Kirstie Fisher
Director:
John Northover
on BBC One London

Weather followed by But First This! starting with Gentle Ben with Dennis Weaver and Clint Howard
A series of outdoor adventure stories about a boy and his giant pet bear.
Fire in the Glades
Mark and Ben face danger in the middle of a forest fire. Producer GEORGE SHERMAN (R)
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Contributors

Unknown:
Dennis Weaver
Unknown:
Clint Howard
Producer:
George Sherman

Have you seen a rabbit climbing up a tree
Or watched a clumsy elephant swimming in the sea
Presenter Brian Jameson Guest Janet Palmer
Story: Where the River Begins by THOMAS LOCKER (R)

Contributors

Presenter:
Brian Jameson
Unknown:
Janet Palmer
on BBC One London

Weather followed by But First This! starting with Undersea Kingdom The classic cliffhanger serial in 12 parts starring Ray 'Crash' Corrigan 11: Flaming Death
With the sacred city totally destroyed, 'Crash' knows time is running out in their battle to save the Upperworld from the menaces of Unga Khan, unless the transformed Professor
Norton can regain control of his mind and destroy his own creation ...
A REPUBLIC serial

Contributors

Diana:
Lois Wilde
Unga Khan:
Monte Blue
Sharad:
William Farnum
Ditmar:
Boothe Howard
Professor Norton:
C. Montague Shaw
Billy Norton:
Lee van Atta

Michael Nostradamus - the prophet who foretold the death of Kennedy, the rise of Hitler, even the fall of the Shah of Iran... or so his interpreters would have us believe. For Nostradamus has always relied on his interpreters to make his obscure verses fit the fears and obsessions of succeeding generations.

Henry Lincoln looks behind the smoke screen of interpretation at the real Michael Nostradamus who lived in the 16th century in the South of France, trained as a doctor at the university of Montpellier and whose prophecies were bestsellers in his own lifetime.
(R)

Contributors

Presenter:
Henry Lincoln
Producer:
Antonia Benedek

Viv Lumsden and Eamonn Holmes with the issues, the people and the music of today.
Roddy Llewellyn explores the international landscapes of the biggest outdoor event in Britain this year.
Producers GORDON MACMILLAN CHARLES NAIRN. ANNE SOMERS Editor DAVID MARTIN BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown:
Viv Lumsden
Unknown:
Eamonn Holmes
Unknown:
Roddy Llewellyn
Producers:
Gordon MacMillan
Producers:
Charles Nairn.

Birds
Over 100 birds appear in The Album this week, count them. and The Kid with Steve Fairnie
Producer CLIVE DOIG (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Steve Fairnie
Producer:
Clive Doig
Mr Albie Bumble:
Philip Fox
Mrs Thelma Bumble:
Sally Cooper
Mr R Cade:
Peter Geeves
Penny Black:
Maria McErlane
Bill Sellers:
Adrian Hedley
Jackie:
Corrina Reardon
Dean:
Darren Cudjoe

The boy who lost his laugh by JAMES KRUSS
The Baron's Protégé
The Baron has organised a press conference for his new protege and heir, Tim Tyler. But Sister Agatha is not to be outdone, and has planted a 'reporter' of her own to disrupt the proceedings ...
Director SIGI ROTHEMUND English version
Script by NEL ROMANO
Producer ANGELA beeching

Contributors

Unknown:
James Kruss
Unknown:
Tim Tyler.
Director:
Sigi Rothemund
Script By:
Nel Romano
Producer:
Angela Beeching
Tim Tyler:
Tommi Ohrner
Baron:
Horst Frank
Anatol:
Richard Lauffen
Sister Agatha:
Bruni Lobel
Henry:
Stefan Behrens

A further series of fiveprogrammes celebrating 50 years of film entertainment from the Rank Studios
' Narrated by Sir John Mills
This week: Classic Tales
Highlighting a distinguished history of literary adaptations for the cinema, the programme includes extracts from The Importance of Being Earnest,
Oliver Twist , Great Expectations, The Card and The History of Mr Polly.
Written and created by MAURICE SELLAR and LOU JONES ' Produced by ROBERT SIDAWAY and MAURICE SELLAR
A CHARISMA FILMS production

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir John Mills
Unknown:
Oliver Twist
Unknown:
Mr Polly.
Unknown:
Maurice Sellar
Unknown:
Lou Jones
Produced By:
Robert Sidaway
Produced By:
Maurice Sellar

The last of six films in which Chris Serle and Paul Heiney take it in turns to plunge in at the deep end. Master Chef
Before Paul Heiney made this programme, his total culinary expertise was two ways with fishfingers - grilled or fried. It is with this limited knowledge that he sets out to represent
Michel Roux 's Waterside Inn at Bray in a competition between four of Britain's top restaurants. Chefs
Nico Landenis , Raymond Blanc and Keith Floyd do their best to turn Paul into a master of nouvelle cuisine for the final contest in which he will not be told the ingredients until half an hour before the start. Series producer NICK HANDEL Producer JOHN BIRD (R)
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Contributors

Unknown:
Chris Serle
Unknown:
Paul Heiney
Unknown:
Paul Heiney
Unknown:
Michel Roux
Unknown:
Nico Landenis
Unknown:
Raymond Blanc
Unknown:
Keith Floyd

Double Supergrass
Since Crimewatch UK began viewers have helped solve serious crimes in some remarkable ways. In
Crimewatch File, presented by Sue Cook and Nick Ross , detectives reveal for the first time the inside stories behind major investigations. In 1985 the flying squad was looking for a gang of armed robbers who were strapping remote-controlled explosive devices to their victims.
A 14-year-old saw
Crimewatch and gave police information they could scarcely believe. It led to eight months surveillance, threw up the names of some notorious London criminals and led to the arrest of the gang. The case made criminal history when one of the robbers, Donald Barrett , turned supergrass for the second time. The handling of a double supergrass posed new problems for the officers close to Barrett and to those in charge of the investigation. This documentary follows the case through to the day Barrett and his former accomplices were sentenced at the Old Bailey. Producer SAM ORGAN
Series producer PETER GRIMSDALE
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Contributors

Presented By:
Sue Cook
Presented By:
Nick Ross
Unknown:
Donald Barrett
Producer:
Peter Grimsdale

The fifth of six programmes highlighting some of the events and personalities at the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles.
Featured in tonight's programme is the invincible Japanese judo player
Yashuhiro Yamashita ; the contrasting stories of two American swimmers John Moffet and Rowdy Gaines ; the women's cycling event; and the desperately close struggle for gold between America's Peter Vidmar and Japan's Koji Gushiken in the gymnastics. Produced and directed by BUD GREENSPAN

Contributors

Unknown:
Yashuhiro Yamashita
Unknown:
John Moffet
Unknown:
Rowdy Gaines
Unknown:
Peter Vidmar
Unknown:
Koji Gushiken
Directed By:
Bud Greenspan

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