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Andy Crane - starting with Playbus
The Tent Stop
Humphrey and Wobble Clown join Trish Cooke ,
Ricky Diamond , Amerjit Deu and Shelaagh Ferrell with children from Swaffield School,
Wandsworth, London to tell the story: The Rajah's Ears, a traditional Indian story retold by Michael Rosen. Music RICHARD BROWN Director BRIAN JAMESON Producer ANN REAY
10.50am Paddington
Paddington Dines Out (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Trish Cooke
Unknown:
Ricky Diamond
Unknown:
Amerjit Deu
Unknown:
Shelaagh Ferrell
Unknown:
Michael Rosen.
Music:
Richard Brown
Director:
Brian Jameson
Producer:
Ann Reay

Weather followed by Daytime Live with Alan Titchmarsh and Judi Spiers.
Today a glimpse over the garden wall to see the horticultural designs of Hardy Amies.

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown:
Judi Spiers.

starring
Anthony Quinn
Charles Bronson. In this exciting adventure set in Mexico in 1746, Anthony Quinn stars as a bandit, Leon Alastray , who is mistaken for a priest by peasants in the remote village of San Sebastian.
The villagers have taken to the hills for fear of raids by marauding Yaqui Indians and government soldiers, but Alastray sets about persuading them to stand up and fight.
Screenplay by JAMES R. WEBB Produced by JACQUES BAR
Directed by HENRI VERNEUIL
0 BARRY NORMAN : page 13

Contributors

Unknown:
Anthony Quinn
Unknown:
Charles Bronson.
Unknown:
Anthony Quinn
Unknown:
Leon Alastray
Unknown:
San Sebastian.
Unknown:
Yaqui Indians
Unknown:
James R. Webb
Produced By:
Jacques Bar
Directed By:
Henri Verneuil
Directed By:
Barry Norman
Leon:
Anthony Quinn
Kinita:
Anjanette Comer
Teclo:
Charles Bronson
Fr Joseph:
Sam Jaffe
Felicia:
Silvia Pinal
Golden Lance:
Jaime Fernandez

Andy Crane - starting with Is That a Fact? taking a look at legends.
St Catherine and the Balmwell Factfmders: with George the computer and UK-9.
Supersleuths:
Children from St Catherine's Primary School, Edinburgh Theme music ALEC DANKWORTH Studio director FIONA SHORE Producers PETER CHARLTON and RICHARD SIMKIN
0 JOHN CRAVEN : page 84
4.05pm SuperTed
SuperTed and the Gorilla (R)
4.15pm Paddy on the Island by URSULA MORAY WILLIAMS. Told for Jackanory by Matthew Devitt. 5: Island in Flames
Can Paddy save the island from destruction? Pictures JAN BRYCHTA
Designer MARTIN CHILDS
Producer ANGELA BEECHING Director GREG CHILDS
4.30pm Survival Challenge Presented byRichard Crane. With contestants from
Girl Guides' Association, Sea Scouts,
Scout Association, Watch.
Today Survival Challenge goes to sea with David Harding of Her Majesty's Coastguard as the studio guest. The teams race to construct wooden dinghies and put on life jackets. Designer TIM GLEESON
Producer JUDY WHITFIELD
0 JOHN CRAVEN : page 84
4.55pm Newsround Extra Jolly Hockeysticks
Ever since Britain's Olympic gold success, hockey has been booming. But it's not just field hockey - there's ice hockey and roller hockey as well. Helen Rollason looks at the growth of these fast, exciting sports through the eyes of two young players who live and breathe their sort of hockey.
Cameraman MARTIN WHITAKER Sound JON DALY
Producer SUSIE STAPLES Editor JOHN CRAVEN
5.05pm Grange Hill Tenth of 20 episodes by MARGARET SIMPSON.
A sad day at Grange Hill. (For cast see page 50)
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Contributors

Producers:
Peter Charlton
Producers:
Richard Simkin
Unknown:
John Craven
Unknown:
Ursula Moray Williams.
Unknown:
Matthew Devitt.
Designer:
Martin Childs
Producer:
Angela Beeching
Director:
Greg Childs
Unknown:
David Harding
Designer:
Tim Gleeson
Producer:
Judy Whitfield
Unknown:
John Craven
Unknown:
Helen Rollason
Unknown:
Martin Whitaker
Editor:
John Craven
Unknown:
Margaret Simpson.
Wanda Wonder:
Alwyne Taylor
Sheerluck Holmes:
Dave Benson Phillips

Join Terry and his guests for conversation and entertainment live from the Television Theatre. Series producer PETER ESTALL Director TOM CORCORAN Producer JANE O'BRIEN

Contributors

Unknown:
Join Terry
Producer:
Peter Estall
Director:
Tom Corcoran
Producer:
Jane O'Brien

written by RAYMOND ALLEN. Starring with Design KEN STARKEY
Production MICHAEL MILLS (R)

Contributors

Written By:
Raymond Allen.
Design:
Ken Starkey
Frank:
Michael Crawford
Betty:
Michele Dotrice
Sir John Gifford:
Richard Caldicot
Fr O'Hara:
Cyril Luckham
Hospital porter:
Eric Francis
Nurse Moore:
Auson Coleridge
Receptionist:
Diane Holland
Dr Boyde:
John D Collins
Dr Smedley:
Anthony Woodruff

starring
Body Trouble
Zorelli is puzzled at Blake's reaction to seeing the body from the lake and decides to take it further - with Fallon.
Written by TUTA BELL and BOB WOLFE Directed by DWIGHT ADAIR
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Contributors

Written By:
Tuta Bell
Unknown:
Bob Wolfe
Directed By:
Dwight Adair
Blake:
John Forsythe
Krystle:
Linda Evans
Jeff:
John James
Adam:
Gordon Thomson
Dex:
Michael Nader
Sammy Jo:
Heather Locklear
Fallon:
Emma Samms
Sable:
Stephanie Beacham
Alexis:
And Joan Collins
Set Zorelli:
Ray Abruzzo

An eight-part series by DEBBIE HORSFIELD. Series devised by FRANC RODDAM.
5: Modern management techniques hit Lyne
Electronics with unexpected consequences for Klepto and Simon. and MERRYBELLS GOSPEL CHOIR Music NEW ORDER
Script editor SUZAN HARRISON Designer JOHN HOLLAND
Lighting cameraman MELVYN CROSS Producer JOHN CHAPMAN Director RICHARD SPENCE
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Contributors

Unknown:
Debbie Horsfield.
Editor:
Suzan Harrison
Designer:
John Holland
Producer:
John Chapman
Director:
Richard Spence
Klepto:
Moya Brady
Jill:
Melanie Kilburn
Carol May:
Shirley Stelfox
Queenie:
Margi Clarke
Pauline:
Rachel Davies
Donna:
Heather Tobias
Simon:
Gary Beadle
Norma:
Tracie Bennett
Rex:
Keith Allen
Bernie:
Alan David
Tamsin:
Sylvestra Le Touzel
Ray:
Tim Dantay
Elfrieda:
Mona Hammond
Yannis:
George Zenios
Nico:
Vincenzo Nicoli
Georgiou:
George Jackos
Tino:
Mark Gillard
Sharon:
Claire Quigley
Nicky:
William Ash
Mr Beachcroft:
Don Henderson
Mr Parrott:
Emil Wolk

starring
Julie Andrews
James Garner.
This sparkling musical comedy from the creator of the 'Pink
Panther' movies is set in Paris during the 1930s. Victoria - a down-and-out singer - is trying to work the cabaret scene. By chance she meets Toddy, a gay and witty entertainer, who knows his way around the city. He conceives a brilliant plan - to pass off Victoria as a female impersonator. Soon 'Victor/ Victoria' is the toast of Paris. But complications arise - mainly in the shape of the handsome King....
Screenplay by BLAKE EDWARDS Produced by BLAKE EDWARDS and TONY ADAMS
Directed by BLAKE EDWARDS
Original music by HENRY MANCINI
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Contributors

Unknown:
Julie Andrews
Unknown:
James Garner.
Play By:
Blake Edwards
Produced By:
Blake Edwards
Unknown:
Tony Adams
Directed By:
Blake Edwards
Music By:
Henry Mancini
Victor/Victoria:
Julie Andrews
King Marchan:
James Garner
Carroll 'Toddy' Todd:
Robert Preston
Norma:
Lesley Ann Warren
Squash:
Alex Karras
Andre:
John Rhys-Davies
Waiter:
Graham Stark
M Labisse:
Peter Arne
Detective:
Sherloque Tanney
Third rate hotel manager:
Michael Robbins
Sal Andratti:
Norman Chancer
Restaurant manager:
David Gant
Richard:
Malcolm Jamieson

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