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Rolf Harris Cartoon Time
with Bugs Bunny, Woody Woodpecker and Barney Bear.
Director NICK JONES
Producer DAVID PLATT

9.25am Hartbeat: Sticking Things
Watch how the black dog chases round a little tree, see the drum change into a decorated seat and spot the Ping-pong balls as they change sports. And Morph is feeling a little stuck up. With Tony Hart , Margot Wilson and Joanna Kirk.
Assistant producer FIONA SHORE
Producer CHRISTOPHER TANDY (R)
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10.00am News
followed by Lassie: Crisis
Ranger's wife Ann has problems adapting to her new lifestyle until she is called upon to help deal with a series of crises.

10.30am Playbus
which stops today at The Dot Stop
Blue is the colour of the day, and blue with cold the colour of the music Dot and Domino play.
Puppeteer: Saskia Wright. Storyteller: Mark Sendell. Music PAUL READEiLIZ KITCHEN Producer MICHAEL COLE

10.55am Five to Eleven
with pupils from Adwick-le-Street Comprehensive School, Doncaster.

11.00am News, Weather
followed by
Popeye Double Bill

11.15am The O Zone
Daily music news with Andy Crane.
Producer PAUL SMITH

11.25am Superman: The Prince Albert Coat
A boy gives a bunch of old clothing for flood relief. But in the bundle is an ancient coat, the lining of which holds his great-grandfather's life savings.
Starring George Reeves as the Man of Steel.

11.50am Bananaman: Final Orbit
With the voices of Tim Brooke-Taylor, Bill Oddie, Graeme Garden and Jill Shilling. (R)

Contributors

Director:
Nick Jones
Producer:
David Platt
Unknown:
Tony Hart
Unknown:
Margot Wilson
Unknown:
Joanna Kirk.
Unknown:
Saskia Wright.
Unknown:
Mark Sendell.
Producer:
Michael Cole
Unknown:
Andy Crane.
Producer:
Paul Smith
Unknown:
George Reeves
Unknown:
Tim Brooke-Taylor
Unknown:
Bill Oddie
Unknown:
Graeme Garden
Unknown:
Jill Shilling.
Dot:
Liz Kitchen

Weather followed by The Garden Party Jan Leeming and Eamonn Holmes with the news and views of today - and the people who are shaping both. Caron Keating and Paul Coia report on the personalities who are sharing summertime at Glasgow's Botanic Gardens.
Can cash transform your life? Viv Nicholson and some of Britain's biggest pools winners reflect on how to cope with a fortune.
Richard Jobson puts on the style, and Elle Gordon demonstrates how to get fit for summer. Producer
CHARLES NAIRN
12.55pm Regional News and Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Jan Leeming
Unknown:
Eamonn Holmes
Unknown:
Caron Keating
Unknown:
Paul Coia
Unknown:
Viv Nicholson
Unknown:
Richard Jobson
Unknown:
Elle Gordon
Unknown:
Charles Nairn

Paul chastises Gail. Jim is on the job market.
Written by IAN COUGHLAN
Directed by KENDAL FLANAGAN
(Cast page 33. Repeated at 5.35pm)
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Contributors

Written By:
Ian Coughlan
Directed By:
Kendal Flanagan

Darlington
An old walled garden tucked away in the heart of Darlington and purchased as allotments for a mere E600 is today's venue.
Henry Noblett finds answers to problems with apple trees and gooseberries, and John Lewis discovers whether celery can tell the time. Director ALAN FARRINGTON Producer ERIC ROBSON
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Contributors

Unknown:
Henry Noblett
Unknown:
John Lewis
Director:
Alan Farrington
Producer:
Eric Robson

Man in the Middle
Chip's love life becomes hectic when he carries on a secret affair with Ciji while using and romancing Diana. And he also has to keep Lilimae sweet.
Written by RICHARD GOLLANCE Directed by LARRY ELIKANN (R)

Contributors

Written By:
Richard Gollance
Directed By:
Larry Elikann

The weird and wonderful things Australians get up to in the name of sport.
Jack Thompson introduces Finkie Desert Racing, Trugo, Magnetic Island and Elephant Pat Throwing. Produced by TERRY HAYES.
DOUG MITCHELL and GEORGE MILLER Directed by MARCUS D'ARCY and M. CHARLES LAMPRELL

Contributors

Introduces:
Jack Thompson
Produced By:
Terry Hayes.
Produced By:
Doug Mitchell
Produced By:
George Miller
Directed By:
Marcus D'Arcy
Directed By:
M. Charles Lamprell

by Jim and Duncan Eldridge. The Slug Returns
Designer PLA GRAHAM
Producer JEREMY SWAN (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Duncan Eldridge.
Producer:
Jeremy Swan
Bryan Boyes:
Steven Kember
Edward Slogg:
Warren Brian
Nurse:
Jayne Moore
Mr Wiggis:
Gregory Cox
Weed:
Michael Diamond
Miss King:
Linda Robson
Bernetta:
Nicola Greenhill
Mr Boyes:
Dean Harris
Headmaster:
Christopher Owen
Police sergeant:
Mike Lewin
Mrs Boyes:
Susan Jameson
Dr Robbins:
Jennie Goossens
Dr O'Rourke:
Dennis Edwards

The children swim to a coral hideaway.
Produced by BRENDON LUNNEY Directed by FRANK ARNOLD (R)

Contributors

Produced By:
Brendon Lunney
Directed By:
Frank Arnold
Charlie Wilson:
Grigor Taylor
Mary Travers:
Penne Hackforth-Jones
Vo Diem:
Phu An Chiem
Sally Wilson:
Kerri Sackville
Greg Wilson:
Mark Kounnas
Jackie Wilson:
Mouche Phillips
Sgt Pat Connolly:
Vincent Ball
David Lee:
Neil Fitzpatrick
Andrew Wilson:
Duncan Wass
Michelle Kim:
Pauline Chan
Mr Luong:
Tran van Giau

by Ian Davidson and Peter Vincent.
Starring Ronnie Corbett as Timothy Lumsden with Barbara Lott as Mrs Lumsden and William Moore as Mr Lumsden
Every Day in Every Way Timothy is given a lucky charm with amazing powers. But he soon discovers Mother is shaping his destiny.
Designer ERIC WALMSLEY Produced and directed by DAVID ASKEY (R)
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Contributors

Unknown:
Ian Davidson
Unknown:
Peter Vincent.
Unknown:
Ronnie Corbett
Unknown:
Timothy Lumsden
Unknown:
Barbara Lott
Unknown:
Mrs Lumsden
Unknown:
William Moore
Unknown:
Mr Lumsden
Designer:
Eric Walmsley
Directed By:
David Askey
Muriel:
Marguerite Hardman
Kevin:
Derek Fuke
Angeli:
Andrea Levine
Miss Fidgkin:
Mary Roscoe
Miss Sawyer:
Sandra Butterworth
Mr Dobbs:
Patrick Marley
Nurse:
Taiwo Payne
Mrs Habib:
Trudy Turner
Fr Abbot:
Brian Peck

starring
Devil's Canyon
As Ethan is preoccupied by an outbreak of anthrax on the ranch, Claire meets Willy, a trapper's son.
Written by ROBERTO LOIEDERMAN Directed by ROBERT SCHEERER
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Contributors

Written By:
Roberto Loiederman
Directed By:
Robert Scheerer
Ethan Cord:
Lee Horsley
Amelia Lawson:
Sigrid Thornton
John Taylor:
Dehl Berti
Willy:
Ross Harris
Mr Lee:
Benjamin Lum
BriggS:
Mitch Carter

John Hawkridge has suffered from cerebral palsy from birth. He should probably be in a wheelchair, but insists, with typical stubbornness, on walking painfully with the aid of sticks.
In spite of this, John refuses to abandon his love of mountains. He has climbed 40 of them, including Britain's highest, Ben Nevis.
But could a man in his condition fulfil his one remaining ambition: to climb to 19,000 feet in the very shadow of Everest?
Chris Bonington , who helped John prepare for the adventure, tells the story of one man's faith in his dream ... and in himself. Photography DESMOND SEAL Film editor PETER TAYLOR
Assistant producer NEIL MCDONALD Producer ALLEN JEWHURST BBC North East
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Contributors

Unknown:
John Hawkridge
Unknown:
Ben Nevis.
Unknown:
Chris Bonington
Editor:
Peter Taylor

starring Ryan O'Neil
'Kid Natural'
When her cosmetics business is ruined by an embezzling manager, Hillary Kramer finds that she has only one asset left
- a contract with the ex-boxer Eddie 'Kid Natural' Scanlon. She tracks him down to the driving school he now runs and insists he start fighting - and winning - some boxing matches.
This entertaining comedy reunites Ryan O'Neil and Barbra Streisand as sparring partners for the first time since their comedy hit What's Up, Doc?
Screenplay by GAIL PARENT and ANDREW SMITH Produced by JON PETERS and BARBRA STREISAND
Directed by HOWARD ZIEFF
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Contributors

Unknown:
Hillary Kramer
Unknown:
Ryan O'Neil
Unknown:
Barbra Streisand
Play By:
Gail Parent
Unknown:
Andrew Smith
Produced By:
Jon Peters
Produced By:
Barbra Streisand
Directed By:
Howard Zieff
Hillary Kramer:
Barbra Streisand
David:
Paul Sand
Percy:
Whitman Mayo
Donna:
Pattie D'Arbanville
Luis:
Chu Chu Malve
Hector Mantilla:
Richard Lawson
Gough:
James Gregory
Tour guide:
Richard Altman
Stunt double kid:
Joe Amsler
Newsman:
Seth Banksk
Girl in bed:
Lindsay Bloom
Nose-Kline:
Earl Boen

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