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Story:
Marzipan Forgets to Remember written and told by John Styles Presenters
Julie Stevens , Brian Cant
(RepeatedonBBC1alt40pmi
The Bold Bad Bus, a book of rhyming stories from Play School available from booksellers, price £1.60

Contributors

Told By:
John Styles
Unknown:
Julie Stevens
Unknown:
Brian Cant

Champions of Crown Green Bowling compete for the BBC2 Masters Trophy
Second Semi-Final
Arthur Johnson (Derbyshire) v Denis Mercer (Cheshire)
Mercer, in great form this year, is looking for a convincing win to take him into the Final.
Introduced by Stuart Hall from the Waterloo Hotel, Blackpool

(Manchester)

Contributors

Presenter:
Stuart Hall
Commentator:
Harry Rigby
Presented By:
Nick Hunter
Producer:
Ray Lakeland
Bowls player:
Arthur Johnson
Bowls player:
Denis Mercer

starring with guest stars Michele Lee
Neville Brand , Cameron Mitchell Which Way to the OK Corral?
Bring back bacon. Big Mac Mc-Creedy hires Smith and Jones to find Sam Bacon, the only man who can prove him innocent of murder. But to their dismay the trail takes the boys to Tombstone - the domain of that most famous of all outlaw catchers, Marshal Wyatt Earp.

Contributors

Unknown:
Michele Lee
Unknown:
Neville Brand
Unknown:
Cameron Mitchell
Jones:
Ben Murphy
Smith:
Roger Davis

A duel of words and wit between Patrick Campbell
Gwen Watford , William Franklyn and Frank Muir
Rachel Billington , Alan Coren Referee Robert Robinson
Call My Bluff devised by MARK GOODSON and BILL TODMAN Director PEGGY WALKER
Producer JOHNNY DOWNES (Manchester)

Contributors

Unknown:
Patrick Campbell
Unknown:
Gwen Watford
Unknown:
William Franklyn
Unknown:
Frank Muir
Unknown:
Rachel Billington
Unknown:
Alan Coren
Unknown:
Robert Robinson
Unknown:
Mark Goodson
Unknown:
Bill Todman
Director:
Peggy Walker
Producer:
Johnny Downes

Can we ever hope to wipe out diseases like influenza and small-pox? Will our weather get better - or worse? Is it possible to grow anything useful on large areas of moorland in this country?
Diseases, climate and soil structure alter so slowly that patterns in them can only be found by studying how they've changed over hundreds and thousands of years.
Dating methods, which slot all the changes into place, are the most important scientific tools for analysing the past. And the news they give can advise - and warn - us about the future.
Data for dates: page 4

Contributors

Narrator:
Paul Vaughan
Film Editor:
Martin Winterton
Editor:
Bruce Norman
Producer:
Robin Bootle

by Rhys Adrian

... They were all there for the beer. Another chance to hear the tale of Welsh John's horrible end.

Contributors

Writer:
Rhys Adrian
Producer:
Tim Aspinall
Director:
Donald McWhinnie
Barbara:
Rosalind Ayers
Harry:
Dennis Chinnery
Anne:
Kate Coleridge
Bill:
John Dearth
Pat:
Tony Doyle
Dick:
Alex Farrell
Sid:
Felix Felton
Elderly Sam:
Jimmy Gardner
Jack:
Barry Keegan
Arnold:
Charles Lamb
Frank:
Harry Landis
Landlord:
Oliver MacGreevy
Michael:
Patrick Magee
Fred:
James Mellor
Con:
Declan Mulholland
Joe:
Clyde Pollitt
Derek:
Bryan Pringle
Barmaid:
Pamela Saire
Barmaid:
Penny Service
Eric:
John Sharp
John:
Patrick Tull
Arthur:
Esmond Webb

A non-stop feast of free-style skating featuring: the Americans
JANET LYNN , GORDON MCKELLEN , MARK and MELISSA MILITANO and Canada's TOLLER CRANSTON ; Britain's JOHN CURRY , TRACEY SOLOMONS, HILARY GREEN and GLYN WATTS , JANET SAWBRIDGE and PETER DALBY ; Germany's almut LEHMANN WIESINGER and HERBERT WIESINGER , MANUEL GROSS , UWE KAGELMANN
Introduced by ALAN WEEKS from Queen's Ice Club, London
Skating programme arranged by BARRY LAUDER in association with NSA Producer DON SAYER

Contributors

Unknown:
Janet Lynn
Unknown:
Gordon McKellen
Unknown:
Melissa Militano
Unknown:
Toller Cranston
Unknown:
John Curry
Unknown:
Hilary Green
Unknown:
Glyn Watts
Unknown:
Janet Sawbridge
Unknown:
Peter Dalby
Unknown:
Lehmann Wiesinger
Unknown:
Herbert Wiesinger
Unknown:
Manuel Gross
Introduced By:
Alan Weeks
Arranged By:
Barry Lauder
Producer:
Don Sayer

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