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Today's special guest is
14-year-old maths genius Ganesh Sittampalam.
Ron Reagan Jr spins basketballs in America and in the studio they spin plates. With Roy Castle and Cheryl Baker.

Contributors

Unknown:
Ganesh Sittampalam.
Unknown:
Ron Reagan Jr
Unknown:
Cheryl Baker.

Sanjay takes some advice from Richard, and Mark is concerned about Aidan and Mandy. Gidea and Hattie share a problem.
Episode written by Barrie Shore

Contributors

Writer:
Barrie Shore
Series Producer:
Leonard Lewis
Director:
Bren Simson
Arthur Fowler:
Bill Treacher
Kathy Beale:
Gillian Taylforth
Hattie Tavernier:
Michelle Gayle
Celestine:
Leroy Golding
Clyde Tavernier:
Steven Woodcock
Gidea:
Sian Martin
Mandy:
Nicola Stapleton
Aidan:
Sean Maguire
Ian Beale:
Adam Woodyatt
Cindy:
Michelle Collins
Sanjay:
Deepak Verma
Gita:
Shobu Kapoor
Jules:
Tommy Eytle
Dr Legg:
Leonard Fenton
Pauline Fowler:
Wendy Richard
Mark Fowler:
Todd Carty
Nigel:
Paul Bradley
Richard:
Ian Reddington

Starring Patricia Routledge Having made enquiries about expensive and exotic vacations, Hyacinth discovers that voluntary church cleaning is certainly no holiday.
Written by Roy Clarke.
Director/ Producer Harold Snoad

Contributors

Unknown:
Patricia Routledge
Written By:
Roy Clarke.
Producer:
Harold Snoad
Hyacinth:
Patricia Routledge
Richard:
Clive Swift
Emmet:
David Griffin
Elizabeth:
Josephine Tewson
Onslow:
Geoffrey Hughes
Daisy:
Judy Cornwell

Nick Ross with the programme that focuses on the victims of crime and features reconstructions of important cases that have led to judicial and forensic breakthroughs. Tonight: the young mother whose cool head in a crisis helped to save herself and her baby when they became victims of anew form of crime-car abduction; the family who campaigned against the law which freed a man who then went on to attack and murder their daughter; and in this week's historical landmark case, what happened when the long-established "custom of the sea" came into conflict with the law of the land.
ProducerNicola Moody
Series producer John Getgood

Contributors

Unknown:
Nick Ross
Producer:
John Getgood

First in a poignant two-part Australian drama based on the real events of Britain's post-war child migration programme. Until 1967, maintaining an 18th-century tradition, the British shipped thousands of orphaned or homeless children to Australia where they were put into "homes", abused, deceived and maltreated.

This film tells the story of two remarkable children who were uprooted from their beloved Liverpool dockside and transported to Australia.

1951: when 14-year-old Lily O'Mara's single-parent mother is forced to put her into an orphanage, she promises to return after six months. But at the home Lily befriends Bert, a boy with dreams of glory, and together they are persuaded to "fly the flag" for Australia, little realising the game is for real.

Concluding part tomorrow at 9.30pm.

Contributors

Lily:
Christine Tremarco
Bert:
Kevin Jones
Father O'Neill:
Bill Hunter
Ellen O'Mara:
Frances Barber
Brother Matthew:
Frank Whitten
Brother Jerome:
Martin Jacobs
Harry:
John Hargreaves
Wilson:
David Kaff
David:
Darren Yap
Mrs Lang:
Pamela Rabe
Mr Symonds:
Colin Moody
Alf:
Gary Henshaw
Bishop:
Walter Brown

No-holds-barred documentary series about an Australian family. Dione has only days left before she marries baby Kane's father. A night out with "the girls" seems more glamorous than being stuck at home with a husband. Noeline, in sober mood, seeks son Michael's advice; should she leave Laurie? Directors Brian Hill and Kate Woods
Executive producer Paul Watson

Contributors

Unknown:
Kate Woods
Producer:
Paul Watson

Horror thriller starring Larry Dann
Three friends arrive for a shooting weekend at a mysterious country house unaware that something deadly haunts the cobwebbed halls.
Director Stephen Weeks (1974)
SEE FILMS pages 39-44

Contributors

Unknown:
Larry Dann
Director:
Stephen Weeks
Talbot:
Larry Dann
McFayden:
Murray Melvin
Duller:
Vivian MacKerall
Sophy:
Marianne Faithfull
Rennie:
Penelope Keith

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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