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With the UK Disco Dance Championships and Bruno Brookes's Top 40 forecast. Presented by Tony Dortie, Jenny Powell and Anthea Turner
BBC North West

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Contributors

Presenter:
Tony Dortie
Presenter:
Jenny Powell
Presenter:
Anthea Turner
Presenter (Top 40 forecast):
Bruno Brookes
Producer:
Moira Brown
Producer:
Steve Haggard
Series Producer:
Peter Hamilton
Editor:
Edward Pugh

D starring
Burl Ives.
A UFO sighting causes panic in the sleepy township of Gold Rush. While the police and a NASA investigator search for ETs, the humanoid family of four from a far-flung galaxy find friendship with old Ned Anderson and his grandson Tommy ...
Written and produced by MICHAEL FISHER
Directed by JAMES L. CONWAY
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Contributors

Unknown:
Burl Ives.
Unknown:
Ned Anderson
Produced By:
Michael Fisher
Directed By:
James L. Conway
Ned Anderson:
Burl Ives
Zef:
Christopher Connelly
Lara:
Meredith MacRae
Tommy:
Todd Porter

Introduced by Steve Rider. Timetable*
12.35 Football; 1.00 News;
1.05 Eventing; 1.40 Racing;
1.50 Eventing: 2.10 Racing;
2.20 Speedway; 2.40 Racing;
3.05 Golf; 3.20 Racing;
3.35 Golf; 4.35 Final Score * Timings are subject to change
Golf from Walton Heath.
Panasonic European Open
Commentators: Peter Alliss , Bruce Critchley , Clive Clark and Alex Hay.
Eventing from Burghley House.
European Three Day Event Championships
Virginia Leng defends her title with Captain Phillips as the course designer!
Commentators: Raymond Brooks-Ward ,
Michael Tucker and Lucinda Green. (Continued on BBC2from 4.40pm)
Speedway from Munich.
The World Championships
Racing from Chester.
1.45 Berry Magicoal Sun
Seeker Handicap (7f 122yds)
2.15 Berry Magicoal
Matchless Nursery Handicap (7f)
2.45 Berry Magicoal Surefire Chester Stakes (lm 5f 88yds) Commentators:
Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley. from the Curragh
3.25 GPA National Stakes Dashing Blade heads a strong British Challenge for the race to win this 150,000 punts prize.
Commentator: Tony O'Hehir.
Football
A round-up of World Cup and international action mid-week, and a look forward to Rangers' European Cup clash with Bayern Munich. Television presentation: Golf JOHN SHREWSBURY and ALASTAIR SCOTT
Eventing JOHNNIE WATHERSTON and WENDY SHEPPARD
Racing KEITH PHILLIPSiRTE Ireland Studio producer
CAMPBELL FERGUSON
Producer MARTIN HOPKINS Editor JOHN PHILIPS

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Rider.
Unknown:
Walton Heath.
Commentators:
Peter Alliss
Commentators:
Bruce Critchley
Commentators:
Clive Clark
Commentators:
Alex Hay.
Unknown:
Virginia Leng
Commentators:
Raymond Brooks-Ward
Unknown:
Michael Tucker
Unknown:
Lucinda Green.
Unknown:
Berry Magicoal
Unknown:
Berry Magicoal
Unknown:
Berry Magicoal Surefire
Unknown:
Chester Stakes
Unknown:
Julian Wilson
Unknown:
Jimmy Lindley.
Commentator:
Tony O'Hehir.
Commentator:
Alastair Scott
Unknown:
Eventing Johnnie Watherston
Unknown:
Wendy Sheppard
Unknown:
Racing Keith
Unknown:
Campbell Ferguson
Producer:
Martin Hopkins
Editor:
John Philips

At a US airbase in Bringemdown-in-Nevada, glasnost rules and the Roadshow is here for the grand missile unplugging. Also, there are silly games, star guests and slimey gunge. All this, plus kids grassing on their parents, James Herriot in the Clown Court, and the Roadshow Club. Join now! Special guests
Christopher Timothy
Letitia Dean , Bruce Boa. Written by MARTIN BOOTH .
JOHN MACHIN. STUART SILVER , ALAN WHITING. MALCOLM WILLIAMSON. Script associate CHARLIE ADAMS Sound DAVID THOMPSON Lighting ERIC WALLIS Design DACRE PUNT
Produced and directed by MICHAEL LEGGO
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Contributors

Unknown:
James Herriot
Unknown:
Christopher Timothy
Unknown:
Letitia Dean
Unknown:
Bruce Boa.
Written By:
Martin Booth
Written By:
John MacHin.
Written By:
Stuart Silver
Unknown:
Alan Whiting.
Unknown:
Malcolm Williamson.
Unknown:
Charlie Adams
Unknown:
David Thompson
Unknown:
Eric Wallis
Design:
Dacre Punt
Directed By:
Michael Leggo

starring Bob Monkhouse. More exciting prizes to be won on television's bingo quiz show as four contestants compete for a dream holiday. Game devised by TERRY MARDELL Programme associates
COLIN EDMONDS. JOHN JUNKIN Lighting CHRIS KEMPTON Sound JOHN DELANY Designer JOHN STOUT
Director TONY NEWMAN
Produced by GEOFF MILES 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Bob Monkhouse.
Unknown:
Terry Mardell
Unknown:
Colin Edmonds.
Unknown:
John Junkin
Unknown:
Chris Kempton
Unknown:
John Delany
Designer:
John Stout
Director:
Tony Newman
Produced By:
Geoff Miles

Noel Coward has a bit of trouble with a crocodile, and there's the first part of a hilarious adventure when
Anthony and Lucy discover a syndicate of chocolate-and-vanilla fudge smugglers! Script associate BARRY CRYER Choreography TUDOR DAVIES Sound LAURIE TAYLOR Lighting BILL MILLAR Design BOB COVE and DAVID HITCHCOCK
Produced and directed by JOHN BISHOP
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Contributors

Unknown:
Noel Coward
Unknown:
Barry Cryer
Unknown:
Tudor Davies
Unknown:
Laurie Taylor
Unknown:
Bill Millar
Design:
Bob Cove
Design:
David Hitchcock
Directed By:
John Bishop

A 12-part series based on the books by James Herriot.
2: The Course of True Love by Alfred Shaughnessy. Starring and The whole practice is saddened by the death of King George VI. For James there is a particularly poignant echo when, having helped Mr Potts come to terms with his retirement through long discussions about the 'good old days', the elderly farmer dies. Calum and Deirdre have several misunderstandings and a serious rift develops, but Siegfried is determined to heal it ...
Music composed by JOHNNY PEARSON Designer SALLY ENGLEBACH Produced by BILL SELLARS Directed by BOB BLAGDEN 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
James Herriot.
Unknown:
Alfred Shaughnessy.
Composed By:
Johnny Pearson
Designer:
Sally Englebach
Produced By:
Bill Sellars
Directed By:
Bob Blagden
James:
Christopher Timothy
Siegfried:
Robert Hardy
Helen:
Lynda Bellingham
Calum Buchanan:
John McGlynn
Deirdre McEwan:
Andrea Gibb
Mr PottS:
Charles Rea
Mrs PottS:
Gabrielle Blunt
Mr Bush:
Alex Robinson

starring
Jock Yablonski is a senior, honest official in the corrupt United Union of Mineworkers and a thorn in the side of President Tony Boyle , whose mob connections and violent methods mean trouble for all who stand in his way. Enraged by the misuse of funds Jock challenges Boyle directly - a decision that threatens his life. This powerful drama, from the director of The Long Good Friday and The Honorary Consul, is based on a true story.
Paul Gilly .ROBERT SCHENKKAN Claude Vealey .MAURY CHAYKIN Screenplay by SCOTT SPENCER Produced by JACK CLEMENTS Directed by JOHN MACKENZIE
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Contributors

Unknown:
Jock Yablonski
Unknown:
Tony Boyle
Unknown:
Paul Gilly
Unknown:
Robert Schenkkan
Unknown:
Claude Vealey
Unknown:
Maury Chaykin
Play By:
Scott Spencer
Produced By:
Jack Clements
Directed By:
John MacKenzie
Jock Yablonski:
Charles Bronson
Margaret Yablonski:
Ellen Burstyn
Tony Boyle:
Wilford Brimley
Silous Haddleston:
Hoyt Axton
Annette Gilly:
Ellen Barkin
Chip Yablonski:
Joe Kell
Ken Yablonski:
Alf Humphries
Charlotte Yablonski:
Caroline Kava
Mark:
Marc Strange
Ezra Morgan:
William Newman
Ellen Rogers:
Margaret Murray
Gary Skidmore:
Danny Pollock
Earl Skidmore:
Ken Pogue
Laurie Skidmore:
Erin Flannery

The first of a new late night talk and entertainment series, in which Sue invites guests to talk not only about themselves but also about their ideas and opinions on a wide range of topics. Tonight, her subject is childhood and her guests include HRH the Duchess of York and Cliff Richard.
Cover Story: page 4

Contributors

Presenter:
Sue Lawley
Guest:
HRH The Duchess of York
Guest:
Cliff Richard
Sound:
Mark Holland
Lighting:
Eric Wallis
Design:
Richard Morris
Director:
John Kaye Cooper
Producer:
Jon Plowman

- starring
Visiting the Carpathian
Mountains, Charles Kent , his brother Alan, and their wives find the locals in terror of vampires. But when they arrive at Castle Dracula they find these fears justified. That Prince of Vampires
Christopher Lee stars again in this spine-chilling shocker.
Screenplay by JOHN SANSOM
Produced by ANTHONY NELSON Directed by TERENCE FISHER
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Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Kent
Unknown:
Christopher Lee
Unknown:
John Sansom
Produced By:
Anthony Nelson
Directed By:
Terence Fisher
Dracula:
Christopher Lee
Helen:
Barbara Shelley
Father Sandor:
Andrew Keir
Charles:
Francis Matthews
Diana:
Suzan Farmer
Alan:
Charles Tingwell

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