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Story: The Lazy Line and The Bouncy Line by KATHY SQUIRES Presenters
Floella Benjamin, Johnny Ball
Pianist PETER PEITINGER Designer BOB STEER
Graphic designer PAUL JOHNSON
Written and directed by PETER WILTSHIRE Producer ANNE GOBEY
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Pianist:
Johnny Ball
Pianist:
Peter Peitinger
Designer:
Bob Steer
Designer:
Paul Johnson
Directed By:
Peter Wiltshire
Producer:
Anne Gobey
Producer:
Cynthia Felgate

with John Craven and Lucy Mathen
The last of a week of special programmes about Africa: Flashpoints
Africa is rarely out of the headlines with its wars and crises. Fighting has forced millions to flee their homes as refugees. John and Lucy report on two trouble-spots, Uganda and Zimbabwe Rhodesia, and look at the ways the decisions of Africa's rulers affect the life of its people.
Programme adviser KEITH KYLE Film editor MICHAEL DAVIES

Contributors

Unknown:
John Craven
Unknown:
Lucy Mathen
Unknown:
Keith Kyle
Editor:
Michael Davies

Old Chinese proverb says:
' He who mixes Monkey business with pleasure liable end up making people laugh.' As in the bizarre adventures of Tripitaka and his boon companions Monkey, Pigsy and Sandy.
Even Monsters Can Be People - or how Tripitaka sent Monkey away for trying to kill three demons. Music by MICKY YOSHINO
Directed by DAISUKE YAMAZAKI
English adaptation by DAVID WEIR English version directed by MICHAEL BAKEWELL for
WORLD WIDE SOUND, LONDON
Produced by NTV and KOKUSAI HOEI

Contributors

Music By:
Micky Yoshino
Directed By:
Daisuke Yamazaki
Unknown:
David Weir
Directed By:
Michael Bakewell

Part 2: a second series of ten programmes presented by DELIA SMITH 11: Cakes
Are your sponge cakes always as light and fluffy as you'd like them to be? Do your fruit cakes sometimes sink in the middle?
In this programme Delia Smith tempts you to fill your kitchen with the aroma of home baking, and shows how to make an all-in-one sponge, a Dundee cake and a chocolate log.
Director ERICA GRIFFITHS Producer PETER RIDING
Food price guide on Ceejax p 161 (BBC1)

Contributors

Presented By:
Delia Smith
Unknown:
Delia Smith
Director:
Erica Griffiths
Producer:
Peter Riding

Portrait of a Country Year
The last of three seasonal films
Gordon Beningfield , whose paintings of the countryside and its wildlife have been a popular feature of this series, looks back over his year as an artist in the country. His home village of Great Gaddesden in Hertfordshire is only half-an-hour up the motorway from London, yet it has retained all the character of a more traditional rural England. The Echoes of Winter
The corn is cut and the countryside turns gold. The shepherd gathers in his flock and the game-keeper sets his pheasants free. With the first snows come the early lambs, and in the woods the guns echo the end of another country year.
Film cameramen DAVID SAUNDERS BERNARD HEDGES and JIM SAUNDERS Film editor BETTY BLOCK
Produced by PETER CRAWFORD. BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown:
Gordon Beningfield
Unknown:
David Saunders
Unknown:
Bernard Hedges
Unknown:
Jim Saunders
Produced By:
Peter Crawford.

' Somewhere inside me is basically a show-off, wanting to get on stage. There's a peculiar romanticism about travelling around and hawking your wares.'
After 11 years and 15 gold or platinum lps, every performance by this highly-successful British rock group is still dominated by the extraordinary figure of Ian Anderson. His music and lyrics are distinctive and personal, with deep folk roots, and his singing and flute playing command total attention. But behind the compelling stage performer is another IAN ANDERSON - quiet, private man, who puts the same energy into imaginative farming ventures in Buckinghamshire and the Isle of Skye. This film shows the many-sided talents of the group, at home, in the recording studio, and on tour in America.
With MARTIN BARRE , JOHN GLASCOCK BARRIEMORE BARLOW , JOHN EVAN DAVID PALMER , THE SCOTTISH BALLET
Film editor IAN PITCH
Producer DAVID BUCKTON

Contributors

Unknown:
Ian Anderson.
Unknown:
Martin Barre
Unknown:
John Glascock
Unknown:
Barriemore Barlow
Unknown:
John Evan
Unknown:
David Palmer
Producer:
David Buckton

BBC2 Snooker Championship
The second frame in the new. series for the 1980 Pot Black Trophy featuring two Pot Black champions in Group 2.
Doug Mountjoy (Wales) v
Graham Miles (Birmingham)
Regular rivals on Pot Black, Mountjoy defeated Miles in the 1978 final and the 1979 semi-finals. Miles won the trophy in 1974 and 1975. Introduced by ALAN WEEKS Referee SYDNEY LEE
Commentator TED LOWE
Director ROY NORTON
Producer REG PERRIN. BBC Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown:
Doug Mountjoy
Introduced By:
Alan Weeks
Unknown:
Sydney Lee
Commentator:
Ted Lowe
Director:
Roy Norton
Producer:
Reg Perrin.

Lee's Team v Ben's Team for the Marley Trophy
Lee Trevino and Ben Crenshaw , two of America's superstars of golf, with the aid of their celebrity partners, oppose each other in this series especially recorded for BBC2. This week's match features Sir Garfield Sobers and Ben Crenshaw v Glen Campbell and Lee Trevino
West Indian GARY SOBERS was probably cricket's greatest all-rounder; the flowing grace of his cricket translates well to the golf course GLEN CAMPBELL 'S country and western singing is world-renowned; his golf may not be so smooth as his voice but it is still effective. Peter Alliss introduces and talks with the players in these matches played over nine selected holes on the King's Course, Gleneagles Hotel, Scotland.
TV presentation Richard TILLING and ALASTAIR SCOTT. Producer DAVID KENNING

Contributors

Unknown:
Ben Crenshaw
Unknown:
Sir Garfield Sobers
Unknown:
Glen Campbell
Unknown:
Lee Trevino
Unknown:
Glen Campbell
Introduces:
Peter Alliss
Unknown:
Richard Tilling
Unknown:
Alastair Scott.
Producer:
David Kenning

starring Sacha Distel , who for the . next four weeks will be travelling around England sharing his Gallic charm with you at home and his talented guests.
In this first programme from the Eurocrest Hotel and Shoppenhangers Manor, Maidenhead Sacha is joined by harpist David Snell with ARTHUR WATTS (bass) and JOHN DEAN (drums) two lovely ladies
Catherine Howe and Joelle
LAURIE HOLLOWAY SEXTET and ANTHONY VAN LAAST DANCERS
Choreography ANTHONY VAA LAAST Musical directors
COLIN FRECHTER and LAURIE HOLLOWAY Sound CHRIS HOLCOMBE Lighting JOHN MASON
Production assistant SIMON BETTS Producer KEN GRIFFIN

Contributors

Unknown:
Sacha Distel
Harpist:
David Snell
Bass:
Arthur Watts
Bass:
John Dean
Unknown:
Catherine Howe
Unknown:
Laurie Holloway
Dancers:
Anthony van Laast
Unknown:
Colin Frechter
Unknown:
Laurie Holloway
Unknown:
Chris Holcombe
Unknown:
John Mason
Unknown:
Simon Betts
Producer:
Ken Griffin

presents Pick of the Year
Highlights from the last series of Whistle Tests broadcast between September 1978 and June 1979. Featured artists include
Bruce Springsteen , Police
Steely Dan, 999, Van Morrison
Devo, Siouxie and the Banshees The Buzzcocks, Rickie Lee Jones John Cooper Clarke ...
Director TOM CORCORAN
Producer MICHAEL APPLETON

Contributors

Unknown:
Bruce Springsteen
Unknown:
Van Morrison
Unknown:
Rickie Lee Jones
Unknown:
John Cooper Clarke
Director:
Tom Corcoran
Producer:
Michael Appleton

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