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Comedy western starring Dean Martin

Bandit Joe Baker is determined to do one last job before he retires - and he's planning something big! (1971)

Film Reviews pages 45-50

Contributors

Director:
Andrew V McLaglen
Joe Baker:
Dean Martin
Colonel Morgan:
Brian Keith
Mary Anna Morgan:
Honor Blackman
Dover MacBride:
Carol White
Jesse Bookbinder:
Ben Johnson
Johnny Cobb:
Albert Salmi
Tommy MacBride:
Don Knight

The first episode of a 20-part drama series. Jemma heads for stardom as new residents move into her old house.

Contributors

Writer:
Matthew Graham
Anna:
Claire Graham
Jemma:
Nicola Ewart
Angel:
Vicky Taylor
Jean:
Patricia Jones
Alfie:
Andrew Smith
Flora:
Kerryann Christiansen
Frew:
Luke Dale
Peter:
Gez Casey

Carried away by the effects of a kiss, Rick gives the cold-shoulder to Cody. It seems Annalise may have mis-read Lou's odd behaviour, perhaps Cheryl should be worried.
(Shown at 1.30pm)
(For cast see Wednesday)

Tonight's edition of the entertainment quiz show features two old friends in John Bowler and Liza Tarbuck. They are challenged by EastEnders' actress Michelle Collins and comedian Lee Hurst. Hosted by Mike Smith.

Contributors

Presenter:
Mike Smith
Panellist:
John Bowler
Panellist:
Liza Tarbuck
Panellist:
Michelle Collins
Panellist:
Lee Hurst
Director:
John Rooney
Producer:
Nichola Hegarty

Sam tries her hand at pulling pints behind the bar of the Queen Vic, and receives some unexpected attention from Ricky. David attempts to turn the tables on Grant and Phil by contemplating thoughts of blackmail.
(For cast see Thursday)
(Stereo) (Subtitled)

Jill Dando and Monty Don present the guide to the season's holidays.
Jumoke joins 145 children on a family activity holiday in Halkidiki, Greece. The all-inclusive package boasts non-stop sport and entertainment; Diana Madill enjoys a farm holiday in Devon; David Matthew investigates howa multi-million pound investment has given a fresh look to Benidorm; and Lynda Bryans finds out how to get the best deals on Channel crossings. Series producer Nick Vaughan-Barratt
* See This Week: page 8

Contributors

Unknown:
Jill Dando
Unknown:
Monty Don
Unknown:
Diana Madill
Unknown:
David Matthew
Unknown:
Lynda Bryans
Producer:
Nick Vaughan-Barratt

Terry Wogan plunders the BBC archives to present a collection of sporting mishaps. Weightlifters for whom it all proved too much and the curious case of Jimmy Hill, failed show jumper.
Impressionist Alistair McGowan gives the inside story of the BBC's football coverage, Ski Sunday's David Vine tells tales of the piste and former boxer Barry McGuigan provides a totally unreliable guide for the aspiring pugilist. All this, and Ravel's Bolero as never performed by Torvill and Dean. Director Jeremy Connor ; Producer Tom Webber

Contributors

Presenter:
Terry Wogan Unknown: Jimmy Hill
Unknown:
Alistair McGowan
Unknown:
David Vine
Unknown:
Barry McGuigan
Director:
Jeremy Connor
Produxcer:
Tom Webber

Regional Variations (2)

One Foot in the Grave

Series 3

Episode 2: Dreamland

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Margaret goes missing after suffering a nightmare. Victor has an interesting encounter with a chimpanzee at the local fete.

An insight into a revolutionary technique for "breaking" horses, as devised and practised by Californian Monty Roberts. His unorthodox methods have now been introduced to Britain and have earned him support from a surprising quarter.
See today's choices.

Contributors

Subject:
Monty Roberts
Producer:
Nicola Shearer
Series Editor:
Lorraine Heggessey

Ruby Wax's series on health.

Ruby looks at some of the different ways people attempt to reach peaks of physical fitness, from joining trainee paratroopers to teaming up with the Arsenal football side.
See today's choices.
World Wide Web: [web address removed]
BBC Book: Ruby's Health Quest, by Dr Alan Maryon Davis. price £5.99, from booksellers.

Contributors

Presenter:
Ruby Wax
Director:
Don Boyd
Series Producer:
Barry Lynch

Jeremy Paxman presents the programme in which the audience debates on a topical issue. Paxman then argues the opposing view, trying to overturn the result. The last word comes from a live phone-in vote.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter:
Jeremy Paxman
Producer:
David Lancaster
Producer:
Isabelle Rowley
Editor:
Nick Hayes

Thriller starring Joanne Woodward, Stuart Whitman

Having spent ten years in an asylum, convicted killer Alex Forrester escapes and takes refuge in the secluded house of unhappily married Molly Thomas, whose husband is away. Before long, the pair become attracted to each other. Forrester claims to be sane and innocent, but suspicions are aroused when another murder comes to light.
(1964) (B/W)
Film Reviews pages 45-50

Contributors

Director:
George Englund
Molly Thomas:
Joanne Woodward
Alex Forrester:
Stuart Whitman
Dr Mark Fleming:
Edward Mulhare
Mrs Barnes:
Joyce Worsley
Supt Bickley:
Leslie Denison
Dr Graham:
Murray Matheson
Vicar:
Alan Napier
Rogers:
Hedley Mattingly
Auntie:
Carol Veazie

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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