Programme Index

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Game show hosted by Mark Evans with children from St Peter 's R C Primary School, Walsall. Last week's winners release seals into the North Sea.
COMPETITION: send answers to What the Chicken Is It?, PO Box 900, London W 12 6WW.
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Contributors

Unknown:
Mark Evans
Unknown:
St Peter

The new quiz show where the contestants see the answers before they hear the question. But can they identify the correct ones and avoid being wiped out? With Paul Daniels. Director/Producer David Taylor

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Daniels.
Producer:
David Taylor

Issues at the heart of life in the British countryside. This week, what price a day out in the country? The programme includes a report on proposals to make car drivers pay tolls to motor through some of the country's most beautiful national parks. Presented by John Craven.
Executive producer Tim Manning
(Revised repeat next Sunday) Stereo 30
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Contributors

Presented By:
John Craven.
Producer:
Tim Manning

New nine-part drama series devised by Lynda La Plante. 5:Breaking Point. As Pete faces the moment of truth in his affair, events take a dramatic turn forcing Les to face some truths from his past.
Episode written by Rob Gittins Producer Ruth Kenley-Letts Director Emlyn Williams
A Bloom Street production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown:
Lynda La Plante.
Written By:
Rob Gittins
Producer:
Ruth Kenley-Letts
Director:
Emlyn Williams
Karen Jenkins:
Caroline Berry
Pete Pugk:
Neil Royston
Bryn Jenkins:
Robin Davies
Aled Jenkins:
Owen Bowden
Rachel Jenkins:
Rebecca Chilvers
LeslieParry:
Brendan Gleeson
Bromwen Pugh:
Sue Roderick
Deckchair:
Jack Walters
Ernie Hardy:
Martyn Ellis
Dilys Gower:
Beth Robert
Barry Mitchell:
Nigel Harrison
Edward Thorpe:
Tim Wylton
Gwilym Davies:
Richard Lynch
Sydnie Hully:
Connie Hyde
David Thomas:
Humph James
Hughie Jones:
Karl Johnson

Children at Risk the Secret Double Life of a Paedophile
This film sounds a warning that paedophiles are often the least likely people. It investigates a man who was a top-ranking consultant on child care and yet for 30 years has secretly abused that position of trust with his paedophile cravings.
Unnamed until the programme is transmitted, the man - a former teacher - managed to keep his activities undetected by his colleagues - or if they suspected, they said nothing.
They - as well as some of his victims and duped friends - are among those interviewed in the programme, which reveals the full extent of one man's double life as official child protector and secret child abuser.
Producer Catharine Seddon
Executive producer Steve Hewlett

Contributors

Producer:
Catharine Seddon
Producer:
Steve Hewlett

When Allied troops landed in occupied
Europe on D-Day, 50 years ago, the success of the operation led directly to the end of the war. Presumably, then, there can have been no leak of the plans.
Yet as David Reid 's drama, set in 1944, reveals, the security services are In a flap. For In Daily Telegraph crosswords in the weeks leading up to the landings, codewords referring to the invasion have been appearing as answers.
Two MI5 agents are despatched to confront the culprit, the headmaster of a public school in southern
England. But has the code been cracked, or is there a more Innocent explanation?
Producers Ruth Caleb and Graham Massey Director Moira Armstrong
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Contributors

Unknown:
David Reid
Producers:
Ruth Caleb
Producers:
Graham Massey
Director:
Moira Armstrong
Mr Moggs:
Michael Gough
Reg:
Michael Quill
Dennis:
Demetri Jagger
Norman:
Jacob Krichefski
Lauderdale:
John Carson
Lilliwhite:
Paul Brooke
Meadows:
Iant Hdmpson
Jennifer:
Sally Noden
Mrs Anderson:
Eliza Hunt
Mr Bellows:
Charles Lewsen
Major Sykes:
Frank Williams
Mr Smout:
Alan David
MademoiselleGidoux:
Valerie Chassigneux
Lieutenant Hipwell:
Stephen Hoye
Colonel Mitchell:
James Aubrey

A satire on 1980s Hollywood. Nobody wants Bronson Green's De-Niro-style acting - so he transforms himself into a dumb blond.
(1987)
Film Reviews pages 55-62

Contributors

Director:
Charles Winkler
Bronson Green:
Jim Youngs
Peter Archer:
James Noble
Thatcher Marks:
Mykel T Williamson

BBC One London

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BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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