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Adventure starring John Wayne
Gail Russell
The deliberate scuttling of a ship unfolds a story of rivalry between its captain and owner.
Director Edward Ludwig (1949)
SEE FILMS pages31 37

Contributors

Unknown:
John Wayne
Unknown:
Gail Russell
Director:
Edward Ludwig
Captain Ralls:
John Wayne
Angelique Desaix:
Gail Russell
SamRosen:
Gig Young
Mayrant Ruysdaal Sidneye:
Luther Adler
TeleiaVanSckreeven:
Adele Mara

Musical starring
Michelle Pfeiffer
Maxwell Caulfield
September 1961, and it's back to school for the students of Rydell High , but this term there's a handsome young Englishman in class.
Director Patricia Birch ( 1 982)
SEE FILMS pages 31-37

Contributors

Unknown:
Michelle Pfeiffer
Unknown:
Maxwell Caulfield
Unknown:
Rydell High
Director:
Patricia Birch
Stephanie:
Michelle Pfeiffer
Michael:
Maxwell Caulfield
Frenchy:
Didi Conn
Ms McGee ,:
Eve Arden
Johnny Nogerelli:
Adrian Zmed
Goose:
Christopher McDonald
LouDiMucci:
Peter Frechette
Davey:
Leif Green
Paulette Redchuck:
Lorna Luft

Actor Brian Blessed appeals on behalf of Tusk Force
Environmental Protection, campaigning to protect the African elephant and rhino.
DONATIONS: send to Tusk Force. [address removed] or phone [number removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Blessed

In the first semi-final, the South West team meets the Midlands in a variety of events that test speed, skill, and obedience. Producer Stephen Morris

Contributors

Producer:
Stephen Morris

First of six programmes from outdoor locations.
Doon the Watter. Rothesayborn Lena Zavaroni sings on television for the first time in six years as she journeys home to join Pam Rhodes who is sailing around the Clyde Coast Islands in the company of the Scottish Festival Singers. Local choirs from Arran, Bute and Dunoonjoinin. ProducerStuart Miller Editor Helen Alexander

Contributors

Unknown:
Lena Zavaroni
Unknown:
Pam Rhodes
Editor:
Helen Alexander

Comedy series by Roy Clarke , starring Bill Owen ,
Peter Sallis , Brian Wilde
By the Magnificent Thighs of Ernie Burston. Compo's failing fitness fills him with gloom.
Withjean Alexander , Thora Hird , Jane Freeman and Kathy Staff. Director/Producer Alan J W Bell

Contributors

Unknown:
Roy Clarke
Unknown:
Bill Owen
Unknown:
Peter Sallis
Unknown:
Brian Wilde
Unknown:
Withjean Alexander
Unknown:
Thora Hird
Unknown:
Jane Freeman
Unknown:
Kathy Staff.

Rerun of Bob Larbey's romantic comedy starring Judi Dench Geoffrey Palmer
Lionel extends the offer of a free holiday to Jean but her response isn't as he'd imagined. With Moira Brooker, Philip Bretherton and Jenny Funnell. Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
Executive producer Philip Jones
A Theatre of Comedy/DL Taffner production for BBCtv
Rpt Stereo Subtitled 88

Contributors

Unknown:
Bob Larbey
Unknown:
Judi Dench
Unknown:
Geoffrey Palmer
Unknown:
Moira Brooker
Unknown:
Jenny Funnell.
Producer:
Philip Jones

Andrew and Flora have to face unwelcome facts when they discover how close they came to being victims of the robbery.
Episode written by Catherine Czerkawska Producer Leonard White Director David Andrews

Contributors

Written By:
Catherine Czerkawska
Producer:
Leonard White
Director:
David Andrews
Macrae of Balbuie:
Andrew Keir
Andrew Menzies:
David Robb
Alec Ritchie:
Derek Riddell
Jennifer Ritchie:
France Scahunt
Flora McInnes:
Kika Mirylees
Pheemie Robertson:
Alison Peebles
UmbertoFabiani:
Urbano Barberini
Robert Sinclair:
Neil McKinven
Marjorie:
Angela Douglas
George:
Ronnie Stevens
Forbes:
Nicholas McArole
Christine:
Ellie Noble
Davy:
Brian O'Malley
Ian:
Tony Curran
Harry:
Ian Sexon

Starring Tom Wilkinson
In this two-part version of the first Resnick story, the unconventional Nottingham policeman investigates an apparently straightforward murder case. But the investigation becomes a major test of Charlie Resnick's skills and has a devastating effect on his already disordered personal life.
Adapted from his own novel by John Harvey.
A Deco production for BBCtv Rpt Stereo
(Concluded next Sunday)

Contributors

Author/Adapted by:
John Harvey
Producer:
Colin Rogers
Director:
Bruce MacDonald
DI Charlie Resnick:
Tom Wilkinson
DS Graham Millington:
David Neilson
DC Lynn Kellogg:
Kate Eaton
DC Mark Divine:
William Ivory
DC Kevin Nicholls:
Daniel Ryan
DC Dipak Patel:
Paul Bazely
Supt Jack Skelton:
Paul Jesson
DI Reg Cossall:
Del Henney
Rachel Chaplin:
Fiona Victory
Chris Phillips:
Michael Feast
Marian Witczak:
Celia Montague
Tony MacLeish:
Terence Budd
Shirley Peters:
Elaine Donnelly
Olive Peters:
Elizabeth Kelly
James Crumley:
Jeff Nuttall
William Doria:
Neil Dudgeon
Barrister:
Tony Osoba
Dave Beatty:
Michael Mulkerin
Grace Kelley:
Cecilia Noble
Suzanne Olds:
Shauna Baird
Elaine:
Thea Bennett

Dot, Top Men, and the Joeys
Dot Burrows is the down-to-earth warden of a hostel for young male offenders. Her aim is to help them find a way of going straight. This difficult job is made more dangerous by the threats and intimidation that the "Top Men" within the hostel direct at the more vulnerable residents, known as "Joeys".
Somehow, Dot has to deal with this often violent conflict, and this documentary, filmed over two months at the hostel, shows how her faith in human nature is tested to the full.
Producer Andy Metcalfe Series editor John Blake
An Integra production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown:
Joeys Dot Burrows
Producer:
Andy Metcalfe
Editor:
John Blake

Regional Variations (2)

The Train Now Departing

BBC One Wales

Satirical comedy starring
Sean Connery
Joanne Woodward
Samson, a boisterous poet, accepts an invitation to stay in a mental health institute, unaware that an enthusiastic doctor has some very unhealthy plans for him. There are, however, some beautiful women actively interested in his survival.
Director Irvin Kershner (1966)
SEE FILMS pages 31-37

Contributors

Unknown:
Sean Connery
Unknown:
Joanne Woodward
Director:
Irvin Kershner
Samson:
Sean Connery
Rhode:
Joanne Woodward
Lydia:
Jean Seberg
Dr Oliver West:
Patrick O'Neal
DrVeraKropotkin:
Colleen Dewhurst
Dr Menken:
Clive Revill
Dr Vorbeck:
Werner Peters
Mr Fitzgerald:
Jackie Coogan

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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