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Starring John Mills Sylvia Syms
Jacko Palmer 's "liberal" attitudes are put to the test when his daughter says she is going to marry a black teacher.
Director Roy Baker
● FILMS: pages 43-48

Contributors

Unknown:
John Mills
Unknown:
Sylvia Syms
Unknown:
Jacko Palmer
Director:
Roy Baker
Jacko:
Palmer Johnmills
Katkie:
Palmer Sylviasyms
Nell Palmer:
Brenda de Banzie
Peter Lincoln:
Johnny Sekka
Judy Gomez:
Ann Lynn
Mr Palmer Sr:
Wilfrid Brambell

First of a six-part serial.
Eastender Toby Jenks has a lot on his mind. His mum doesn't like the company he keeps, his dad's in prison, and there are some strange goings-on at the old warehouse where his gang has its secret den.
Written by Roger Parkes
* TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown:
Toby Jenks
Written By:
Roger Parkes
Toby Jenks:
Paul Keating
Barney Harper:
Martin Bowden
Mandy Harper:
Keeley Hawes
Mak Mukerjee,:
Assam Mamodeally
Albert Griggs:
Glyn Houston
Mrs Jenks:
Kate Lock
Evejenks:
Bethan Cory
Avajenks:
Marianne Cory
Ron Calpin:
Richard Albrecht
Lucy Darcy:
Jane Booker

With Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart.
Weather Ian McCaskill
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Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Sissons
Unknown:
Moira Stuart.
Unknown:
Ian McCaskill

Last in the series about
Britain's Olympic champions, narrated by Kenneth Branagh , and written by sports journalist Patrick Collins.
Chris Finnegan and David Burghley. Boxer
Chris Finnegan looks back on his golden day in Mexico in 1968, recalls his subsequent professional career, and talks candidly about how life has treated him badly since he retired from the ring.
There's also a portrait of the "Leaping Lord"
David Burghley , the 1928 400m hurdles gold medallist and life-long supporter of the Olympic movement. His inheritance offered him an easy life, but he dedicated his energy and passion to sport. The former Eton schoolboy's run around the Trinity Great Court at Cambridge inspired the unforgettable scene in the film Chariots of Fire.
He was the first non-American to win the 400m hurdles, after which he said: "The Americans are frightfully good losers."
Producer Neil Duncanson
A Chrysalis production for BBCtv ● STEREO
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Contributors

Unknown:
Kenneth Branagh
Unknown:
Patrick Collins.
Unknown:
Chris Finnegan
Unknown:
David Burghley.
Unknown:
Chris Finnegan
Unknown:
David Burghley
Producer:
Neil Duncanson

Regional Variations (2)

Birds of a Feather

Series 3

Episode 3: Baby Come Back

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Sharon bumps into an old flame, Dave, and her thoughts turn to marriage and motherhood.

Jokes and jokers from around the country feature in this new series with Marti Caine.
In the studio, two teams compete to tell the most jokes per minute in the Jokerthon, and members of the audience join in with their own jokes. Producer Rick Gardner
Executive producers Stephen Leahy and Michael Leggo
An Action Time production for BBCtv
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Contributors

Unknown:
Marti Caine.
Producer:
Rick Gardner
Producers:
Stephen Leahy
Producers:
Michael Leggo

Comedy spoof of Airport-type films, made by the Kentucky Fried Movie team, starring Robert Hays
Julie Hagerty Leslie Nielsen
This parody of disaster films combines an anthology of movie cliches with life-threatening situations from every classic disaster film: a war-hero pilot who's lost his nerve has to land a passenger plane because the pilots have food poisoning; the passenger list consists of the most bizarre assortment of people; and the ground controller has chosen this day to give up smoking ... and just about everything else.
So what's Airplane? Well, it's that big steel flying machine with wings.
Written and directed by Jim Abrahams , David Zucker and Jerry Zucker
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Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Hays
Unknown:
Julie Hagerty
Unknown:
Leslie Nielsen
Directed By:
Jim Abrahams
Directed By:
David Zucker
Directed By:
Jerry Zucker
Ted Striker:
Robert Hays
Elaine:
Julie Hagerty
Dr Rumack:
Leslie Nielsen
Murdock:
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
McCroskey:
Lloyd Bridges
Captain Oveur:
Peter Graves
Randy:
Lorna Patterson
Kramer:
Robert Stack

Western dealing in graphic detail with Indian tribal life and customs, starring Richard Harris Judith Anderson
Captured by a tribe of Sioux Indians, English aristocrat
Lord John Morgan is tortured, humiliated and treated as a horse. In an attempt to survive, he integrates himself with the Indians and their culture, learning to live in the wilderness.
This powerful film is based on authentic records of the period and was followed by two sequels.
Director Elliot Silverstein ● FILMS: pages 43-48

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Harris
Unknown:
Judith Anderson
Unknown:
Lord John Morgan
Director:
Elliot Silverstein
Lord John Morgan:
Richard Harris
Buffalo Cow Head:
Judith Anderson
Yellow Hand:
Manu Tupou
Batise:
Jean Gascon
Running Deer:
Corinna Tsopei
Joe:
Dub Taylor
Bent:
William Jordan
Ed:
James Gammon
Black Eagle:
Edward Little Sky
Thorn Rose:
Lina Marin

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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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