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Regional Variations (2)

The Rock 'n' Roll Years

BBC One London

Sounds of the Sixties

Original Series

Episode 2: 1964-5: Getting in on the Act

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One London

More pop, rock and rhythm and blues from the archive from 1964 to 1965, featuring the Seekers, the Byrds, the Rolling Stones and many more. Show more

Regional Variations (2)

Nightmares of Nature

Episode 5: A Cry in the Dark

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Series finale concludes with a look at dangerous animals of the night, including giant centipedes, snakes and the gruesome tale of the most notorious of maneaters, the vampire bat.

Comedy series about dizzy agony aunt Jane Lucas.

In spite of her increasing involvement with Daniel, Jane is still finding it hard to keep her ex-husband Laurence out of her mind - and her house.
See today's choices.

The Andrew Duncan Interview with Maureen Lipman: page 16

Contributors

Writer:
Carl Gorham
Writer:
Michael Hatt
Writer:
Amanda Swift
Director:
Bob Spiers
Producer:
Humphrey Barclay
Producer:
Christopher Skala
Jane Lucas:
Maureen Lipman
Bea:
Maria Charles
Laurence:
Simon Williams
Daniel:
David Harewood
Debra:
Doon MacKichan
Michael:
Sacha Grunpeter
Richard:
Niall Buggy
Catherine:
Valerie Edmond
Will Brewer:
Robert Whitson
Belle Beauregard:
Lolly Susi
Lily:
Sandra Caron
Faygey:
Sheila Bernette
Thaddeus:
Sergio Covino

Fourth in an eight-part drama about a police operational support team.

A football fan is stabbed just before a Uefa Cup match between Liverpool and Aston Villa.
(Stereo) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Writer:
Avril E. Russell
Producer:
Hilary Salmon
Director:
Douglas Mackinnon
Sgt Bill Parkin (Sarge):
Martin Troakes
PC Eric Warren (Token):
Christopher John Hall
PC John Barrett (Thug):
Nick Miles
PC Gill Copson (Dippy):
Katrina Levon
PC Ian Macrae (Jock):
Alex Norton
PC Roger Tennant (Flub):
Calum MacPherson
PC Lionel Adams (Oz):
William Tapley
PC Susan Li (Bruce):
Colette Koo
PC Wayne Cheetham (Bog):
Oliver Milburn
Inspector Harlow (Jean):
Wayne Morris
Supt Hallsworth:
Sam Cox
PC Goole:
Christopher Quinn
DCI Chivers:
Suzan Crowley
Chief Inspector Best:
Paul Young
DS Mongreadin:
Andrew Powell
Tracy:
Annie Miles
Brenda Parkin:
Amelda Brown
Lane:
Michael Bertenshaw
Karen:
Michelle Byatt
Dent:
Dominic Rickhards
Shane:
Martin O'Brien
Moss:
Mickey Poppins
Oily:
Jake Abraham
Flo Barrett:
Kate Crutchley
Pez:
Darren Bastable
Boom:
Seth Gee
Mick:
Will Farraday
Chris:
James Olver
Ronnie:
Aaron Clemenson
Paul:
Louis Murrall
Trevor:
Owain Thomas
Fan:
Arthur Kelly
Fan:
Sean Carlsen
Miss Chaplin:
Sarah Sharp
Barman:
Jonathan Owen
WPC:
Bella Hamblin
Beat PC:
Paul Dore

The light-hearted sports quiz umpired by Nick Hancock, with team captains Gary Lineker and David Gower assisted by comedians Lee Hurst and Rory McGrath.
(Repeated next Saturday)

Contributors

Presenter:
Nick Hancock
Team captain:
Gary Lineker
Team captain:
David Gower
Panellist:
Lee Hurst
Panellist:
Rory McGrath
Director:
Steve Smith
Producer:
Harry Thompson

with David Dimbleby. The programme of topical debate and political argument in which David Dimbleby invites his studio audience to question leading politicians and public figures, this week from London.
Audience: to join Question Time for future programmes phone [number removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
David Dimbleby
Director:
Laurence Vulliamy
Series Editor:
Christopher Capron

Drama starring Edward James Olmos

The story of a dedicated teacher and his inspirational work with a group of tough Los Angeles teenagers trapped in a cycle of poverty, illiteracy, drugs and violence.
(1988)
Film Reviews pages 71-78

Contributors

Director:
Ramon Menendez
Jaime Escalante:
Edward James Olmos
Angel:
Lou Diamond Phillips
Fabiola Escalante:
Rosana de Soto
Dr Ramirez:
Andy Garcia
Chairwoman Raquel Ortega:
Virginia Paris
Principal Molina:
Carmen Argenziano
Tito:
Mark Eliot
Pancho:
Will Gotay
Javier:
Patrick Baca
Lupe:
Ingrid Oliu

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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