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The Dot Stop
Storyteller Philip Childs
Story: Humbert the Hungry Hare by PETER BENNETT
Illustrated by GEOFF MOTLEY Music PAUL READE Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Director ANN GOBEY
A FELGATE production for BBCtv (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Philip Childs
Unknown:
Peter Bennett
Illustrated By:
Geoff Motley
Music:
Paul Reade
Producer:
Cynthia Felgate
Director:
Ann Gobey
Dot:
Eithne Hannigan

with Mark Chatterton
Lynne Kieran and Geoffrey Banks
Why would a Muslim use all his savings to go on a visit to Mecca, and how did a strange meeting change the lives of two followers of Jesus? Director CELIA THOMSON Producer JUDY MERRY BBC North West

Contributors

Unknown:
Mark Chatterton
Unknown:
Lynne Kieran

Today Eileen Lake joins
Joy and Colin Burnham at their home in Hitchin,
Hertfordshire. The speaker is the Rev Patrick Forbes. Readings:
Deuteronomy 30, w 15-18 Matthew 7, w 15-23 Director DAVID WEBBER
Series producer HELEN ALEXANDER

Contributors

Unknown:
Eileen Lake
Unknown:
Colin Burnham
Unknown:
Patrick Forbes.
Producer:
Helen Alexander

Getting Organised
Presented by Sue Edelson with the Go-Go Boys
Assistant producer BARRY TOMALIN Producer JULIAN STENHOUSE (R) (e)
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Contributors

Presented By:
Sue Edelson
Producer:
Barry Tomalin
Producer:
Julian Stenhouse

Eight programmes presented by Johnny Ball 4: Using Technology
Calculators and computers make a lot of people feel uneasy. But they are only tools - what matters is how you use them.
Video editor RICHARD LOUP-NOLAN Produced and directed by ROBERT CLAMP
A PALACE GATE production for BBCtv (e)

Contributors

Presented By:
Johnny Ball

A series of 20 programmes 4: The Russian AlphabetPresented by Tanya Feifer , George Feifer Edward Ochagavia and Tatyana Vedeneeva Film editor RICHARD SIDWELL
Producer TERRY DOYLE (R) (e)

Contributors

Presented By:
Tanya Feifer
Presented By:
George Feifer
Presented By:
Edward Ochagavia
Presented By:
Tatyana Vedeneeva
Producer:
Terry Doyle

Are current changes in the countryside more significant than anything that has happened in Britain since the Industrial Revolution?
Anne Brown , Chris Baines and Caroline Hall report from a major conference on this theme held at the Royal Bath and West
Showground during the week. Speakers include John MacGregor , Minister of Agriculture, and Lord
Vinson, Chairman of the Development Commission for Rural England.
Plus at 12.55pm the weather with Ian McCaskill Producer MIKE DERBY
Editor MICHAEL FITZGERALD BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown:
Anne Brown
Unknown:
Chris Baines
Unknown:
Caroline Hall
Unknown:
John MacGregor
Unknown:
Ian McCaskill
Producer:
Mike Derby
Editor:
Michael Fitzgerald

with Moira Stuart followed by On the Record
Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby with John Cole
The Government want to transform the housing market in Britain but their latest attempts have hit trouble. How will they get themselves out of it?
Reporter VAL ELLIOTT Producer DAVID JORDAN
Studio director DAVID COLEMAN Deputy editor LYDIA HOWARD Editor DAVID AARONOVITCH

Contributors

Unknown:
Moira Stuart
Presented By:
Jonathan Dimbleby
Unknown:
John Cole
Reporter:
Val Elliott
Producer:
David Jordan
Director:
David Coleman
Editor:
Lydia Howard
Editor:
David Aaronovitch

starring
Richard Widmark Trevor Howard Jane Greer
Mike Latimer , an internationally famous novelist, has opted out of the 'rat race', seeking obscurity in a remote
Mexican town. On a flight to Acapulco, with journalist
Katy Connor , his plane crash-lands in the jungle and they find themselves captives of a trio of ex-Nazi war criminals. Their only chance for survival is to reach the coast. But the three men are determined to stop their hideout being revealed....
Screenplay by DUDLEY NICHOLS and ROY BOULTING
Produced by HARRY TATELMAN Directed by ROY BOULTING
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Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Widmark
Unknown:
Trevor Howard
Unknown:
Jane Greer
Unknown:
Mike Latimer
Unknown:
Katy Connor
Unknown:
Dudley Nichols
Unknown:
Roy Boulting
Produced By:
Harry Tatelman
Directed By:
Roy Boulting
Mike Latimer:
Richard Richard
Browne:
Trevor Howard
Katy Connor:
Jane Greer
Van Anders:
Peter van Eyck
Jan:
Carlos Henning

The game of moral dilemmas hosted by Simon Mayo with guests
Linda Davidson Norman Lovett Gail McKenna Danny Baker and a special guest.
Simon Mayo invites four further guests to let the cat out of the bag.
Executive producer PAUL JACKSON Associate producer NICK SYMONS Producer JOHN ROONEY
A NOEL GAY TELEVISION production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown:
Simon Mayo
Unknown:
Linda Davidson
Unknown:
Norman Lovett
Unknown:
Gail McKenna
Unknown:
Danny Baker
Unknown:
Simon Mayo
Producer:
Paul Jackson
Producer:
Nick Symons
Producer:
John Rooney

Selina Scott , Jeff Banks , Caryn Franklin and Lucy Pilkington with the best-dressed show on TV. In Bristol, Dr Barnardo's latest venture is to make money and provide employment by updating second-hand clothes. In London, Barnardo's most famous old boy
Bruce Oldfield presents his new collection at a charity gala with HRH The Princess of Wales among the guests. The scissors are out in this year's battle for the title of 'Hairdresser of the Year' and there's the patter of little feet.
Producer CLARE STRIDE
Series producer ROGER CASSTLES BBC Pebble Mill

Contributors

Unknown:
Selina Scott
Unknown:
Jeff Banks
Unknown:
Caryn Franklin
Unknown:
Lucy Pilkington
Unknown:
Bruce Oldfield

Presented by Humphrey Carpenter
The Story ofC.S. Lewis and 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe'
C.S. Lewis published
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in 1952, but many of its most powerful images - 'a faun carrying parcels', 'a White Witch in her sleigh', 'a magnificent lion' - had been in his mind for many years.
Now the BBC have turned his first Narnia book into a six-
Part drama serial. Humphrey Carpenter describes how C.S. Lewis came to write his best-selling fantasy and lets you in on a few television secrets. Voice of C.S. Lewis by Joss Ackland
Music by GEOFFREY BURGON
FUm editor ANTHONY SAFFREY Producer ANDREW WHITMAN
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Contributors

Presented By:
Humphrey Carpenter
Music By:
Geoffrey Burgon

Third of eight programmes for anyone whose spelling could be improved.
With Don Henderson
Because of the Norman
Conquest, most of the longer English words are based on Latin. Today's programme shows how to tackle these words.
Graphic designer JOHN SALISBURY Director PAUL SIMONS
Producer CHARLES PASCOE (e)
For a free leaflet and details of local help and advice, telephone Freefone [number removed] this evening between
6.25 and 8.25pm or next Monday-Friday during working hours.
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Contributors

Unknown:
Don Henderson
Designer:
John Salisbury
Director:
Paul Simons
Producer:
Charles Pascoe

from Enniskillen
The market town of Enniskillen stands serene among the lakes and hills of County Fermanagh.
One year after the violent act that killed 11 of its people attending a Remembrance Day service, Ian Gall visits the town and speaks to those who are building on the ruins and rubble that was
Enniskillen's darkest hour.
In St Macartin's Cathedral he joins with the people of the area as they sing their Songs of Praise.
Almighty Father, who dost give; Father of everlasting grace; Fairest Lord Jesus;
Make me a channel of your peace: Dear Lord and Father of mankind; City of God;
It were my soul's desire; 0 God of earth and altar;
Musical director DAVID BYERS Researcher JUDITH PEERS Producer JAMES SKELLY Editor STEPHEN WHITTLE BBC Northern Ireland
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Contributors

Unknown:
Ian Gall
Director:
David Byers
Director:
Researcher Judith Peers
Producer:
James Skelly
Editor:
Stephen Whittle

by ROY CLARKE starring Michael Aldridge Bill Owen , Peter Sallis and special guest appearance ofThoraHird and Stephen Lewis with Kathy Staff and Jane Freeman That Certain Smile
Compo, Clegg and Seymour accept the near impossible challenge of bringing a smile to the face of the hospitalised Clem Hemingway. Maybe if they were to bring in his little dog Bess ...
Music RONNIE HAZLEHURST
Film cameraman ALAN STEVENS Film editor JOHN WILKINSON Studio lighting JOHN GREEN Designer BARRY READ
Produced and directed by ALAN J. W. BELL
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Contributors

Unknown:
Roy Clarke
Unknown:
Michael Aldridge
Unknown:
Bill Owen
Unknown:
Peter Sallis
Unknown:
Stephen Lewis
Unknown:
Kathy Staff
Unknown:
Jane Freeman
Unknown:
Clem Hemingway.
Music:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Unknown:
Alan Stevens
Editor:
John Wilkinson
Compo:
Bill Owen
Clegg:
Peter Sallis
Seymour:
Michael Aldridge
Clem:
Stephen Lewis
Edie:
Thora Hird
Nora:
Kathy Staff
Ivy:
Jane Freeman
Marina:
Jean Fergusson
Howard:
Robert Fyfe
Barry:
Mike Grady
Pearl:
Juliette Kaplan
Glenda:
Sarah Thomas
Wesley:
Gordon Wharmby
Mrs Hemingway:
Ann Rye
Hospital porter:
Jeffrey Longmore
Nursing sister:
Joyce Windsor
Florist:
Linda Bardell

A series in 14 parts devised by GERARD GLAISTER and ALLAN PRIOR
Episode 10 written by DOUGLAS WATKINSON
'Avril has been a great asset to Frere Holdings. If you make an enemy of her, she'd be a formidable opponent.'
Title music SIMON MAY and LESLIE OSBORNE
Film cameraman JOHN WILLIAMS Designer AMANDA ATKINSON Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director ALISTER HALLUM
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Contributors

Unknown:
Gerard Glaister
Written By:
Douglas Watkinson
Written By:
Leslie Osborne
Unknown:
John Williams
Designer:
Amanda Atkinson
Producer:
Gerard Glaister
Director:
Alister Hallum
Tom Howard:
Maurice Colbourne
Jan Howard:
Jan Harvey
Kate Harvey:
Dulcie Gray
Jack Rolfe:
Glyn Owen
Charles Frere:
Tony Anholt
Avril Rolfe:
Susan Gilmore
Ken Masters:
Stephen Yardley
Sir Edward Frere:
Nigel Davenport
Leo:
Edward Highmore
Abby Hudson:
Cindy Shelley
Gerald:
Ivor Danvers
Polly:
Patricia Shakesby
Sarah Foster:
Sarah-Jane Varley
Emma Neesome:
Sian Webber
Sir John Stevens:
Willoughby Gray
Bill Sayers:
Robert Vahey
Mike Hanley:
Michael Loney

written by CARLA LANE
Title music by DAVID MACKAY Sound supervisor
GRAHAM WILKINSON
Lighting director DAVID LOCK Designer PAUL TRERISE
Produced and directed by ROBIN NASH
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Contributors

Written By:
Carla Lane
Music By:
David MacKay
Unknown:
Graham Wilkinson
Director:
David Lock
Designer:
Paul Trerise
Directed By:
Robin Nash
Adrian Boswell:
Jonathon Morris
Young man:
Roy Brandon
Mrs Boswell:
Jean Boht
Joey Boswell:
Peter Howitt
Billy Boswell:
Nick Conway
Aveline Boswell:
Gill Coman
Grandad:
Kenneth Waller
First policeman:
Brian Croucher
Second policeman:
Christopher Gray
Martina:
Pamela Power
Shifty:
Bryan Murray
Oswald:
Giles Watling
Celia Higgins:
Rita Tushingham
Freddie Boswell:
Ronald Forfar

Second of a three-part series Screenplay by TED WHITEHEAD from the novel Gorsaga by MAUREEN DUFFY
Edward Forester has saved Gordon but what does he do with him now? He's no choice but to turn to a man who supplies animals to the institute. He dislikes him but he could find a home for Gordon.
Music by HANS ZIMMER
Sound recordist JOHN HOOPER
Costume designer JOYCE MORTLAKE Script editor GWENDA BAGSHAW
Producer SALLY HEAD
Director PHILIP SAVILLE
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Contributors

Unknown:
Ted Whitehead
Unknown:
Maureen Duffy
Unknown:
Edward Forester
Music By:
Hans Zimmer
Unknown:
John Hooper
Designer:
Joyce Mortlake
Editor:
Gwenda Bagshaw
Producer:
Sally Head
Director:
Philip Saville
Edward Forester:
Charles Dance
Dr Graham:
Roshan Seth
Marais:
Marc de Jonge
Emily Jessop:
Sharon Duce
Jessop:
Niven Boyd
Gerry:
Nina Zuckerman
Young Gor:
Peter Wiggins
Young Nell:
Beth Pearce
Priest:
Rob Dixon

with Joan Bakewell On the Line
Last year, Vietnam veteran Brian Willson protested against his country's involvement in Central America. As he made his demonstration on the railway tracks of Concord
Naval Weapons Base, a train ran him over, severing his legs and puncturing his skull. Was it an accident, or a bungled attempt to silence protesters outside the base? Joan Bakewell investigates the case and reports on a hidden face of American opposition politics.
Film editor MICHAEL ALOOF Research CLAIRE HOBDAY Producer DAVID WILLCOCK
Series producer OLGA EDRIDGE
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Contributors

Unknown:
Joan Bakewell
Unknown:
Brian Willson
Unknown:
Joan Bakewell
Producer:
David Willcock
Producer:
Olga Edridge

with special guests:
Pontarddulais Male Choir
Robert Ferriman (posthorn) BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra led by BARRY HASKEY conducted by ANDREW GREENWOOD Executive producer J. MERVYN WILLIAMS
Producer HEFIN OWEN BBC Wales

Contributors

Unknown:
Barry Haskey
Conducted By:
Andrew Greenwood
Producer:
J. Mervyn

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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