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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
Pink Aye,
Ants in the Pantry, and Genie with the Light
Pink Fur (R)

Contributors

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

Weather followed by But First This! starting with Gentle Ben with Dennis Weaver and Clint Howard A series about the adventures of Mark and his gentle pet.
Take a Giant Step
Mark makes a new friend at school called Jamie. They talk about playing at pirates in an old boat. Jamie goes missing, Mark takes Ben with him to search for his friend among the lonely Everglades, (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Dennis Weaver
Unknown:
Clint Howard

Presenters Jane Hardy Lloyd Johnston Story: Dogger by SHIRLEY HUGHES
Musical director IAN SMITH Director BRIAN JAMESON Producer GREG CHILDS
Series producer CHRISTINE HEWITT Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)

Contributors

Presenters:
Jane Hardy
Presenters:
Lloyd Johnston
Unknown:
Shirley Hughes
Director:
Ian Smith
Director:
Brian Jameson
Producer:
Greg Childs
Producer:
Christine Hewitt
Editor:
Cynthia Felgate

Weather followed by But First This! starting with The Fighting Devil Dogs A classic serial in 12 chapters 6: The Torpedo of Doom
Surviving a vicious shark attack Tom and Frank rescue the gyroscope from the wreck of Aurora. Directed by WILLIAM WITNEY and JOHN ENGLISH A REPUBLIC serial

Contributors

Directed By:
William Witney

Tenth in a 13-part series starring
The Bully of Dry Gulch
Superman goes way out West to tackle a gunfighter who is terrorising a town.
Written by DAVID CHANTLER

Contributors

Written By:
David Chantler
the Man of Steel:
George Reeves

Cornhill Insurance Test Series England v Sri Lanka from Lord's Second day
Further live coverage of the afternoon's play.
Commentators RICHIE BENAUD
JACK BANNISTER Summarisers
RAY ILLINGWORTH
TOM GRAVENEY
Television presentation
KEITH MACKENZIE , ALAN GRIFFITHS

Contributors

Commentators:
Richie Benaud
Unknown:
Jack Bannister
Unknown:
Ray Illingworth
Unknown:
Tom Graveney
Unknown:
Keith MacKenzie
Unknown:
Alan Griffiths

Fourth of eight episodes Bad Company
A chase through darkened streets, an unlikely ally in a BMX bike leader and Sandra and Mike begin their fight back.
Producer CATERINA DE NAVE Director WAYNE TOURELL
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Contributors

Director:
Wayne Tourell
Sandra Mitchell:
Josie Vendramini
Mike Mitchell:
Fraser Stephen-Smith
Gary Hohepa:
Neha Belton
Split:
Caine Mangakahia
Lee:
Penny Lowe
Ms Blake:
Elizabeth McRae

Written and presented by Johnny Ball
Join Johnny as he turns the spotlight on the 'electrical impulse'.
What's the connection between a lemon and the right time? Can electricity help you play a better game of table tennis? Catch a burglar? Make a necklace? Switch on to find out!
Designer STEPHEN BROWNSEY Production JANE TARLETON (R)

Contributors

Presented By:
Johnny Ball
Presented By:
Join Johnny
Designer:
Stephen Brownsey

Terry's guests tonight include Brian Rix.
Series producer PETER WEIL Director JOHN BURROWES Producer PETER ESTALL

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Rix.
Producer:
Peter Weil
Director:
John Burrowes
Producer:
Peter Estall

from West Berlin
Further live coverage of the IAAF Grand Prix final which features many of Britain's Olympic squad in their last major outing before Seoul. Performance points from tonight are doubled and added to those from previous Grand Prix, to find the season's overall male and female winner.

Last in the series written by JOHN KANE starring Terry Scott and June Whitfield
Directed by MARTIN SHARDLOW Produced by ROBIN NASH (R)
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Contributors

Written By:
John Kane
Unknown:
Terry Scott
Directed By:
Martin Shardlow
Produced By:
Robin Nash
Terry Medford:
Terry Scott
June Medford:
June Whitfield
Sir Dennis:
Reginald Marsh
Malcolm:
John Quayle
Beattie:
Rosemary Frankau
Miss Fennel:
Joanna Henderson
Mr Biggs:
Ronnie Stevens
Mrs Bunce:
Zara Nutley
Wendy:
Caroline Holdaway

Fifth of six episodes by Daniel Boyle

The fate of the clubhouse is to be decided. Whose side is Suzy Gilbert-Walker on? Real Falkirk are drawn against the Chelsea Challengers, a team of actors led by the existentialist Jean-Paul Witherspoon, a man who doesn't conform to any tactical pattern. Mo goes to confession.

BBC Scotland
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Writer:
Daniel Boyle
Production Associate:
Aileen Forsyth
Production Secretary:
Fiona Baird
Sound:
Norman Canlin
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
Mrs Kemp:
Barbara Rafferty
Willie:
Johnny Irving
Gladys:
Nancy Mitchell
McIntosh:
Paul Young
Brunton:
Ian Sexon
Ollie Birtles:
Tony Caunter
Field:
Frederick Warder
Mr Burrows:
Robert Lang
Jean-Paul Witherspoon:
Roger Lloyd Pack
Ted Slattery:
Richard Howard
Adrian Sloan:
Robert Howie
Roger Defrietas:
Mike Grady
Councillor McBean:
Jo McStay
Train driver:
Gavin Brown
Priest:
Martin Heller
Dole office clerk:
Rita Adam

Instead of the familiar venue of the Royal Albert Hall, tonight's Prom comes from the more intimate location of St Paul's Church, Knightsbridge where Anthony Rooley and his Consort of Musicke perform a specially devised programme of ltalian madrigals. In keeping with this year's literary theme the concert is based on the poetry of the great Italian Renaissance writer TORQUATO TASSO, whose epic poem Gerusalemme liberata inspired such celebrated composers of the age as Monteverdi, De Wert, and Rovetta.
The programme is introduced by Iain Fenlon, author and Vice-Provost of King's College, Cambridge.
CONSORT OF MUSICKE directed by ANTHONY ROOLEY (lute) with Emma Kirkby (soprano) Evelyn Tubb (soprano) Mary Nichols (alto) Andrew King (tenor) Rufus Muller (tenor) Alan Ewing (bass)
Lighting DAN CRANEFIELD Sound JOHN CAULFIELD Executive producer KENNETH CORDEN Director RON ISTED

Contributors

Lutenist:
Anthony Rooley
Directed by:
Anthony Rooley
Soprano:
Emma Kirkby
Soprano:
Evelyn Tubb
Soprano:
Mary Nichols
Tenor:
Rufus Müller
Bass:
Alan Ewing
Sound:
John Caulfield
Producer:
Kenneth Corden
Director:
Ron Isted

- starring Robby Benson
Glynnis O'Connor Inspired by BOBBIE GENTRY 'S immortal hit song this moving love story fills in the mystery surrounding
Billy Joe 's death. Seventeen-year-old Billy is attracted to the younger Bobbie Lee - but her parents forbid them to date. As they continue to meet in secret, their relationship deepens, until one day Billy, unable to make love, makes a confession with unexpected repercussions.
Screenplay by HERMAN RAUCHER
Produced and directed by MAX BAER
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Contributors

Unknown:
Robby Benson
Unknown:
Glynnis O'Connor
Unknown:
Bobbie Gentry
Unknown:
Billy Joe
Unknown:
Bobbie Lee
Unknown:
Herman Raucher
Directed By:
Max Baer
Billy Joe McAllister:
Robby Benson
Bobbie Lee:
Glynnis O'Connor
'Mama' Hartley:
Joan Hotchkis
'Papa' Hartley:
Sandy McPeak
Dewey Barksdale:
James Best
James Hartley:
Terence Goodman
Becky Stroud:
Becky Bowen
Brother Taylor:
Simpson Hemphill
Coleman Stroud:
Ed Shelnut

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