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with John Stapleton and Pamela Armstrong
Francis Wilson looks ahead to the weekend weather at home and abroad at
7.25, 7.55 and 8.25

Contributors

Unknown:
John Stapleton
Unknown:
Pamela Armstrong
Unknown:
Francis Wilson

Andy Crane assisted by Siobhan Mayer, Colin Heywood and Sue Devaney. Starting with:

The Pink Panther Show
Pink Suds, King of the Swamp and Pink Pull (R)

Contributors

Presenter ("But First This!"):
Andy Crane
Presenter ("But First This!"):
Siobhan Mayer
Presenter ("But First This!"):
Colin Heywood
Presenter ("But First This!"):
Sue Devaney
on BBC One London

Weather followed by But First This! starting with Gentle Ben with Dennis Weaver and Clint Howard Who's Afraid
Mark's cousin Virginia comes to stay.
Producer GEORGE SHERMAN (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Dennis Weaver
Unknown:
Clint Howard
Producer:
George Sherman
on BBC One London

Weather followed by But First This! starting with The Fighting Devil Dogs A serial in 12 chapters 8: Tides of Trickery
Lightning escapes to take over the world another day. Directed by WILLIAM WITNEY and JOHN ENGLISH A REPUBLIC serial

Contributors

Directed By:
William Witney
Unknown:
John English
on BBC One London

Weather followed by The Garden Party with Viv Lumsden and Paul Coia
As the party ends with a swing, Richard Jobson looks back on a summer festival of pop. Archie Macpherson prepares to sprint for the Seoul Olympics. And Ernie Wise remembers the first
Morecambe and Wise show on BBC1, 20 years ago this week.

Contributors

Unknown:
Viv Lumsden
Unknown:
Paul Coia
Unknown:
Richard Jobson
Unknown:
Archie MacPherson
Unknown:
Ernie Wise

Sue starts her first day at the bank. Paul's scheme comes unstuck.
Written by JOHN LINTON Directed by STEVE MANN
(Cast page 52. Shown again at
5.35pm)

Contributors

Written By:
John Linton
Directed By:
Steve Mann

A special feature-length episode starring with The Family Ewing
In the aftermath of the tragedy, a solemn Ewing clan gathers for Bobby's funeral and the reading of his will. Written by LEONARD KATZMAN and JOEL J. FEIGENBAUM
Directed by NICK HAVINGA and MICHAEL PREECE (R)
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Contributors

Written By:
Leonard Katzman
Written By:
Joel J. Feigenbaum
Directed By:
Nick Havinga
Directed By:
Michael Preece
Miss Ellie:
Barbara Bel Geddes
Sue Ellen:
Linda Gray
JR:
Larry Hagman
Donna:
Susan Howard
Clayton:
Howard Keel
Cliff:
Ken Kercheval
Jenna Wade:
Priscilla Beaulieu Presley
Pamela:
Victoria Principal
Jack Ewing:
Dack Rambo
Dusty:
Jared Martin
Mandy:
Deborah Shelton
Jamie:
Jenilee Harrison
Gary Ewing:
Ted Shackelford

Angela and Paul are both 16, and want to become the Torvill and Dean of roller skating. The film follows Angela and Paul through the Junior European
Championships in Holland, to their big day in Bury
St Edmunds , where they bid to become the youngest couple in 64 years of roller dance to win the British Championship. Producer TAMASIN DAY-LEWIS
Executive producer ROGER MILLS (R)
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Contributors

Unknown:
St Edmunds

Fifth of eight episodes Tracking
While Mike and computer whiz kid Lee hack into the government computer, a clever ruse sees Sandra lured into danger.
The 'Spook' and Mr Signet Producer CATERINA DE NAVE Director WAYNE TOURELL
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Contributors

Director:
Wayne Tourell
Sandra:
Josie Vendramini
Mike:
Fraser Stephen-Smith
Gary Hohepa:
Neha Belton
Split:
Caine Mangakahia
Darryl:
Joshua Dunn

Narrated by Sir John Mills All in the Game
A winning combination of stars and sporting action. Including Richard Harris tackling rugby,
Stanley Baker in the driving seat, ski-chump David Tomlinson and Basil Radford and Naunton Wayne discussing cricket - from This Sporting Life, Checkpoint, All for Mary and The Lady Vanishes. Written and created by ASHLEY SIDAWAY and ROBERT SIDAWAY Produced by MAURICE SELLAR and ROBERT SIDAWAY
A BEST OF BRITISH FILMS production

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir John Mills
Unknown:
Richard Harris
Unknown:
Stanley Baker
Unknown:
David Tomlinson
Unknown:
Basil Radford
Unknown:
Naunton Wayne
Unknown:
Ashley Sidaway
Unknown:
Robert Sidaway
Produced By:
Maurice Sellar
Produced By:
Robert Sidaway

starring Ronnie Barker Ronnie Corbett
Join Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett in a laughter-filled celebration of their
22-year association. Messrs Barker and Corbett have chosen their personal favourites from their many hilarious sketches and songs. with Diana Dors , Jenny Logan , Reginald Marsh ,
Ann Michelle , John Owens ,
Ron Pember , Michael Redfern , Ronnie Hazlehurst and his Orchestra and the Fred Tomlinson Singers Written by DAVID NEWMAN
DAVID RENWICK. GERALD WILEY
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Contributors

Unknown:
Ronnie Barker
Unknown:
Ronnie Corbett
Unknown:
Join Ronnie Barker
Unknown:
Ronnie Corbett
Unknown:
Messrs Barker
Unknown:
Diana Dors
Unknown:
Jenny Logan
Unknown:
Reginald Marsh
Unknown:
Ann Michelle
Unknown:
John Owens
Unknown:
Ron Pember
Unknown:
Michael Redfern
Unknown:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Singers:
Fred Tomlinson
Written By:
David Newman
Written By:
David Renwick.
Written By:
Gerald Wiley

Last of six episodes by JULIE WELCH
Ajax Ramsgate versus
Real Falkirk in the Cup Final in Blackpool. Sam is still suspended, Mo is hospitalised, so who is to be captain?
Film cameraman STUART WYLD Film editor PHYLLIS IRONSIDE Designer BOB SMART
Producer TIM ASPINALL Director JIM HILL BBC Scotland
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Contributors

Unknown:
Julie Welch
Unknown:
Stuart Wyld
Editor:
Phyllis Ironside
Designer:
Bob Smart
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
Teresa Kelly:
Juliet Cadzow
Agnes Buchan:
Anne Kristen
Suzy Gilbert-Walker:
Grace Glover
Elton Trelford:
Michael Garner
Ollie Birtles:
Tony Caunter
Miles Mulliner:
Christopher Fulford
Alastair Croucher:
Roderick Smith
Commentator:
Ian Bleasdale
June Maconachie:
Libby McArthur
Mrs Kemp:
Barbara Rafferty
Field:
Frederick Warder
Doctor:
Claire Hemphill

Last in the series Introduced by John Tusa
The Leipzig
Gewandhaus is one of Europe's greatest and oldest symphony orchestras. Under their Principal
Conductor Kurt Masur they perform Mendelssohn's Symphony No 3
The Scottish. The Orchestra gave the first performance in 1842 conducted by the composer himself, who had been inspired to write it during a visit to Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh.
To complete the programme - music by Richard Strauss with whom the orchestra has had a long association. Tonight they play his colourful symphonic poem
Till Eulenspiegel based on the outrageous character from German folklore.
John Tusa also talks to Kurt Masur about his relationship with the orchestra and about its illustrious past.
Lighting DAN CRANEFIELD Sound GRAHAM HAINES Executive producer KENNETH CORDEN
Director PETER MANIURA

Contributors

Introduced By:
John Tusa
Conductor:
Kurt Masur
Music By:
Richard Strauss
Unknown:
John Tusa
Unknown:
Kurt Masur
Producer:
Kenneth Corden
Director:
Peter Maniura

starring
Warren Beatty Goldie Hawn
Security expert Joe Collins decides to take a special interest in his latest job - the installation of a sophisticated alarm system in a large bank. Joe has plans to commit the perfect robbery, one which the victims - all of them crooks - cannot report. Unfortunately the three gangsters plan to take the law into their own hands ...
Produced by M. J. FRANKOVICH Written and directed by RICHARD BROOKS
0 FILMS: page 16

Contributors

Unknown:
Warren Beatty
Unknown:
Joe Collins
Produced By:
M. J. Frankovich
Directed By:
Richard Brooks
Joe Collins:
Warren Beatty
Dawn Divine:
Goldie Hawn
Mr Kessel:
Gert Frobe
Attorney:
Robert Webber
Sarge:
Scott Brady
Candy man:
Arthur Brauss
Major:
Robert Stiles
Granich:
Wolfgang Kieling
Bodyguard:
Robert Herron
Helga:
Christiane Maybach
Karl:
Hans Hutter
Berta:
Monica Stender
Bruno:
Horst Hesslein

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