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with Pamela Armstrong and Kirsty Wark
National and international news on the hour and half-hour read by Jill Dando
Francis Wilson looks ahead to the weekend weather at home and abroad at
7.25, 7.55 and 8.25

Contributors

Unknown:
Pamela Armstrong
Read By:
Jill Dando
Read By:
Francis Wilson

Before Luke Skywalker and Buck Rogers there was Flash Gordon - the original galactic superhero. Larry 'Buster' Crabbe stars in this classic 15-part serial.
In which Flash, with three intrepid companions, sets out in his rocket-ship for the planet Mars, where the villainous Emperor Ming is attempting to destroy Earth with a deadly Nitron lamp.

Contributors

Director:
Ford Beebe
Director:
Robert Hill
Dale Arden:
Jean Rogers
Dr Zarkov:
Frank Shannon
Emperor Ming:
Charles Middleton
Azura, Queen of Magic:
Beatrice Roberts
Happy Hapgood:
Donald Kerr
Clay King:
Montague Shaw

Andy Crane presents a whole morning of summer entertainment assisted by Siobhan Mayer ,
Colin Heywood , and Sue Devaney. Starting with The Pink Panther Show
Today: Pink Panzer; Le Feets Defeat; Pink on the Cob (R)

Contributors

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

Out for the day - let's get together
Come on out for the day - don't mind the weather
Presenter Brian Jameson Guests Carol Chell Janet Palmer
Story: Archie and Auntie by SHIRLEY GEE
Musical director MICHAEL OMER Woodwind MARTIN FRITH Producer GREG CHILDS
Director ALISON STEWART Editor CYTHIA FELGATE (R)

Contributors

Presenter:
Brian Jameson
Unknown:
Carol Chell
Unknown:
Janet Palmer
Director:
Michael Omer
Director:
Woodwind Martin Frith
Producer:
Greg Childs
Director:
Alison Stewart
Editor:
Cythia Felgate

Starting with The Running, Jumping and Standing Still Film
A film about one man looking at some others in a field. Peter Sellers 's first production has been described by one undistinguished critic as 'short'.
Devised by PETER SELLERS
Based on some strange thoughts by SPIKE MILLIGAN. PETER SELLERS MARIO FABRIZI and DICK LESTER Directed by DICK LESTER (Sepia) (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Sellers
Unknown:
Spike Milligan.
Unknown:
Mario Fabrizi
Unknown:
Dick Lester
Directed By:
Dick Lester

Return of the Sea Eagle Narrated by David Attenborough
White-tailed sea eagles are spectacular as they plunge for fish in Norwegian fjords, and soar to their nests in some of the most magnificent scenery in Europe. They used to breed in Scotland, but man relentlessy persecuted them. Now they're back, and if all goes well, they'll be making front-page news
Photography HUGH MILES Written and produced by RICHARD BROCK
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Contributors

Unknown:
David Attenborough
Produced By:
Richard Brock

with Viv Lumsden and Eamonn Holmes
How effectively does your handwriting display your character? How much can you learn from your dreams? The experts join the team at the Glasgow International Garden Festival.
Archie Macpherson previews the new soccer season and Richard Jobson reviews the new sounds in Friday Pop.

Contributors

Unknown:
Viv Lumsden
Unknown:
Eamonn Holmes
Unknown:
Archie MacPherson
Unknown:
Richard Jobson

Tensions increase in the Mitchell household.
Allen Lawrence smooth-talks Des into doing something he may regret.
Written by JOHN LINTON Directed by CHRIS SHAIL

Contributors

Written By:
John Linton
Directed By:
Chris Shail

Films: page 18

Contributors

Screenplay:
Robert Presnell Jr
Producer:
Betty E. Box
Director:
Ralph Thomas
Mother Katharine:
Lilli Palmer
Sister Mitya:
Sylvia Syms
Sister Gerta:
Yvonne Mitchell
Col Horsten:
Albert Lieven
Major Spoletti:
Ronald Lewis
Lt Schmidt:
Peter Arne
Sister Tia:
Nora Swinburne
Fr Desmaines:
Michael Goodliffe
Sister Constance:
Megs Jenkins
Rabbi:
David Kossoff
Petrelli:
George Coulouris

Roundheads and Cavaliers lay siege to Lincoln Castle during a spectacular battle recreated by the English Civil War Society. With authentic costumes and real gunpowder they spend their weekends living the life of the 17th century, but for some it's more than just a hobby....
Producer ROGER KEECH

Contributors

Producer:
Roger Keech

Second of eight episodes Robbers
Hidden jewels and a police search that relentlessly homes in on their father, create havoc in the lives of Sandra and Mike Mitchell. and the 'Spook' and Mr Signet
Producer CATERINA DE NAVE Director WAYNE TOURELL
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Contributors

Unknown:
Mike Mitchell.
Producer:
Caterina de Nave
Director:
Wayne Tourell
Sandra Mitchell:
Josie Vendramini
Mike Mitchell:
Fraser Stephen-Smith
Gary Hohepa:
Neha Belton
Rita:
Susan Trainor
Vern:
Alex van Dam

written and presented by Johnny Ball with Deborah-Jane Sharpe and David Plimmer
What happens when the wonderful human body goes wrong? Johnny embarks on a chapter of accidents and discovers how the care and repair of the body has been going on for centuries. Greek doctors used nimble footwork,
Florence Nightingale founded the nursing profession and Joseph Lister made surgery safer with antiseptics.
Today a group of St John Ambulance cadets demonstrate their skills on Johnny!
Designer STEPHEN BROWNSEY Production JANE TARLETON (R)

Contributors

Presented By:
Johnny Ball
Unknown:
Deborah-Jane Sharpe
Unknown:
David Plimmer
Unknown:
Florence Nightingale
Unknown:
Joseph Lister
Designer:
Stephen Brownsey

Last programme in the series by JOHN E. WATKINS starring William Gaunt and Patricia Garwood
Arthur is confused by his children's latest romantic attachments.
Designer PAUL TRERISE
Produced and directed by ROBIN NASH (R)
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Contributors

Unknown:
John E. Watkins
Unknown:
William Gaunt
Unknown:
Patricia Garwood
Designer:
Paul Trerise
Directed By:
Robin Nash
Arthur Crabtree:
William Gaunt
Beryl Crabtree:
Patricia Garwood
Trevor Botting:
Michael Sharvell-Martin
Vera Botting:
Ann Penfold
Lorraine Crabtree:
Beverley Adams
Tracy Crabtree:
Dee Sadler
Nigel Crabtree:
Andrew Charleson
Roger Duff:
Roger Martin
Anthony Black:
Andrew Tourell
Esmeralda:
Zhivila Roche

Starring
Square Pegs
Tom and Chris become involved in the problems of two sons with very different backgrounds; one craves approval and affection from his father, the other is a man so dependent on his mother he becomes suicidal on her death.
Written by HOWARD GRIFFITHS Directed by CHRIS LANGMAN
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Contributors

Written By:
Howard Griffiths
Directed By:
Chris Langman
Dr Tom Callaghan:
Andrew McFarlane
Dr Chris Randall:
Liz Burch
Kate Wellings:
Lenore Smith
Dave Gibson:
Lewis Fitz-Gerald
Ruth Pitt:
Rosie Sturgess
Hugh Pitt:
Marcus Eyre
Matt Cameron:
Wade Beed
Andrew Cameron:
Norman Yemm
Hurtle Morrison:
Max Cullen
Ron Miller:
Mark Little
Violet Carnegie:
Pat Evison
Vic Buckley:
Maurie Fields
Nancy Buckley:
Val Jellay
George Baxter:
Bruce Barry
Sharon Herbert:
Kylie Belling
Sgt Jack Carruthers:
Terry Gill
Joe Forrest:
Gil Tucker
Dr Frank Turner:
John Frawley

A six-part series
Episode 3 by GRAHAM BAIRD Chrissie has 'gotten' herself a job. Sam is informed that the clubhouse is to be demolished, and Real Falkirk find themselves drawn against two legends, Harry Milburn and the 'Boiler'.
Designer PAT CAMPBELL
Video cameraman STAN BRADLEY Videotape editor BILL STEPHENS Producer TIM ASPINALL
Director JIM HILL. BBC Scotland
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Contributors

Unknown:
Graham Baird
Unknown:
Harry Milburn
Designer:
Pat Campbell
Unknown:
Stan Bradley
Editor:
Bill Stephens
Producer:
Tim Aspinall
Director:
Jim Hill.
Chrissie Buchan:
Patricia Kerrigan
Sam Montgomery:
Alec Heggie
Dougie Kemp:
Jake D'Arcy
Mo Maconachie:
Iain Andrew
Bern McAvennie:
David Meldrum
Toni Rossi:
Lawrie McNicol
Perry Gilbert-Walker:
Sandy Welch
Agnes Buchan:
Anne Kristen
Teresa Kelly:
Juliet Cadzow
Suzy Gilbert-Walker:
Grace Glover
June Maconachie:
Libby McArthur
Elton Trelford:
Michael Garner
Dennis:
Harry Jones
Big Bob:
Sean Scanlan
McIntosh:
Paul Young
Willie:
Johnny Irving
Gladys:
Nancy Mitchell
Harry Milburn:
Harry Herring
Roderick Ferris:
Billy Fellows
Jarrow match referee:
Simon Sharkey
Duncan Drysdale:
Stuart Bishop
Dental match referees:
Guy Bradley
Dental match referees:
Michael McCallum

Introduced by Nigel Kennedy
Since its birth in 1983, the Lyons
Opera Orchestra has quickly made its mark on the European musical scene. Now, under the baton of its founder and Music Director, John Eliot Gardiner , the orchestra makes its first visit to the Proms.
Continuing the literary strand of this year's concerts, the centrepiece of tonight's programme is Berlioz's Harold in Italy, a richly romantic work inspired by Byron's poem Childe Harold 's Pilgrimage. The soloist is
Zoltan Toth , the orchestra's principal viola and a former professor at the National
Conservatory in Budapest. The concert begins with Faure's orchestral masterpiece, his suite Pelleas et Melisande. Lighting DAN CRANEFIELD Sound GRAHAM HAINES Executive producer KENNETH CORDEN
Directed by JONATHAN FULFORD

Contributors

Introduced By:
Nigel Kennedy
Director:
John Eliot Gardiner
Unknown:
Childe Harold
Unknown:
Zoltan Toth
Unknown:
Dan Cranefield
Unknown:
Graham Haines
Producer:
Kenneth Corden
Directed By:
Jonathan Fulford

starring
Sidney Poitier Bill Cosby
In this energetic comedy, Atlanta milkman Clyde and his fast-talking friend Billy plan to take their wives to New Orleans on holiday.
At the same time, they are worried because their lodge, The Sons and Daughters of Shaka, is short of$50,000 for a new meeting place. The resourceful pair conjure up a scheme to raise cash using Clyde's skill as an amateur hypnotist, but fall foul of a gang of bookies and crooks.
Screenplay by RICHARD WESLEY Produced by MELVILLE TUCKER Directed by SIDNEY POITIER
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Contributors

Unknown:
Sidney Poitier
Unknown:
Bill Cosby
Unknown:
Richard Wesley
Produced By:
Melville Tucker
Directed By:
Sidney Poitier
Clyde:
Sidney Poitier
Billy:
Bill Cosby
Biggie:
Calvin Lockhart
Kansas City Mack:
John Amos
Beth Foster:
Denise Nicholas
Dee Dee Williams:
Lee Chamberlin
Ellison:
Mel Stewart
Bubbletop Woodson:
Julius Harris
Jody TippS:
Paul E Harris

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