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BBC Two England

The Adventure Game

Presented by Patrick Dowling
Many light years away on the far side of the galaxy lies Arg - a small planet of little consequence. The inhabitants, a race of polite dragons, enjoy testing the ingenuity and perspicacity of their visitors.
Trying to rescue Lesley Judd this week are David Singmaster , the world authority on the Rubik Cube, Sue Cook , going from Nationwide to galaxywide, and Philip Sheppard a marketing executive. The Argonds:.
Designer LYNDA KETTLE Director IAN OLIVER
Written and produced by PATRICK DOWLING
BBC Two England

The Adventure Game

Presented by Patrick Dowling
This week's explorers, trying to solve the problems set by the dragons and rescue Lesley Judd , are Madeline Smith , David Yip and Derek Gale. The Argonds:
Designer LYNDA KETTLE Director IAN OLIVER
Written and produced by PATRICK DOWLING BACK PAGE: 98
BBC Two England

The Adventure Game

The last of five programmes
Introduced by Patrick Dowling
Many light years away on the far side of the galaxy lies Arg - a small planet of little consequence. The inhabitants, a race of polite dragons, enjoy testing the ingenuity and perspicacity of their visitors.
Trying to rescue Lesley Judd this week are John Craven ,
Bill Green and Kirsty Miller The Argonds:
Designer LYNDA KETTLE Director IAN OLIVER
Written and produced by PATRICK DOWLING
BBC One London

The Adventure Game

by Patrick Dowling
Many light years away on the far side of the Galaxy lies Arg, a small planet of little consequence where the inhabitants, a race of polite Dragons, enjoy testing the ingenuity and perspicacity of their visitors.
This week's explorers, trying to solve the problem set by the Dragons and rescue Lesley Judd, are: Madeline Smith, David Yip and Derek Cale
The Argonds: Christopher Leaver as Gandor, Charmian Gradwell as Gnoard
BBC One London

The Adventure Game

by PATRICK DOWLING
The first of five programmes Guest explorers Graeme Garden
Carol Chell , Nicholas Hammond
Many light years away on the far side of the galaxy lies Arg, a small planet of little consequence, where the resident dragons, politely adopting a less frightening appearance, nevertheless enjoy making things difficult for visitors - day-trippers in particular. Last year one such tripper failed to return! The Rangdo, disguised as an aspidistra, watches the rescuers struggle to unravel the mysteries of Arg. But which of them is the ' mole '? Will they understand the ' drogna '? How many earth people will be evaporated? with Director
IAN OLIVER
Producer PATRICK DOWLING
BBC One London

The Adventure Game

by PATRICK DOWLING
Many light years away on the far side of the Galaxy lies Arg. a small planet of little consequence where the inhabitants, a race ot polite Dragons, enjoy testing the ingenuity of their visitors.
This week's explorers, trying to solve the problems set by the Dragons and rescue Lesley Judd , are: Derek Griffiths Nerys Hughes Tessa Hamp
The Argonds:
Director IAN OLIVER
Producer PATRICK DOWLING
BBC One London

The Adventure Game

by PATRICK DOWLING
Many light years away on the far side of the Galaxy lies Arg, a small planet of little consequence where the inhabitants, a race of polite Dragons, enjoy testing the ingenuity and perspicacity of their visitors.
This week's explorers, trying to solve the problem set by the Dragons and rescue Lesley Judd , are
Sue
Cook David Singmaster Philip Sheppard The Argonds:
DesignerLYNDA KETTLE Director IAN OLIVER
Producer PATRICK DOWLING
BBC One London

The Adventure Game

by PATRICK DOWLING
Many light years away on the far side of the Galaxy lies Arg, a small planet of little consequence where a race of polite Dragons enjoy testing the ingenuity of their visitors. This week's explorers trying to solve the problems set by the Dragons and rescue Lesley Judd are John Craven , Kirsty Miller and Bill Green The Argonds: and Director IAN OLIVER
Producer PATRICK DOWLING
BBC Two England

The Adventure Game

Can you solve these ancient runes? not mir der Hubert Wen Tuder Kaputt, Zu gitter Porto Gabun ?
Bat wenn sie Gott da der Kaputt ,
Washbar An zu depot, doch hat nahn!
This week's Earth visitors are:
Paul McDowell, Bonnie Langford, Christopher Hughes
Resident Argonds: His Highness, Kenny Baker; Gnoard, Charmian Gradwell;
Gandor, Christopher Leaver; Dagnor, Bill Homewood
BBC Two England

The Adventure Game

Devised by PATRICK DOWLING
A pan-galactic broadcast from Arg, a small red planet often visited by time travellers from Earth seeking truth, enlightenment and cheese rolls. Exploring Arg this week are:-
Neil Adams , Nigel Crockett and Janet Fielding
Versus the resident Argonds:
CHARMIAN GRADWELL played by Gnoard CHRISTOPHER LEAVER played by Gandor BILL HOMEWOOD played by Dagnor KENNY BAKER played by a rather baatempered aspidistra.
Designer ROB HINDS
Director CHRISTOPHER TANDY Producer IAN OLIVER
BBC Two England

The Adventure Game

The last in the present series Devised by PATRICK dowling
It's an auspicious occasion on Arg - the 2,001st birthday of his Highness the Rangdo. Which, if any, of the Earth visitors will survive long enough to be invited to the celebrations? The visitors this week are: Fern Britton , Noel Edmonds and Ray Virr
Other partygoers:
CHARMIAN GRADWELL
CHRISTOPHER LEAVER , BILL HOMEWOOD KENNY BAKER , KAREN WALKER and ANNE PALMER
Designer ROB hinds
Director CHRISTOPHER TANDY Producer IAN Oliver
BBC Two England

The Adventure Game

A pan-galactic broadcast from Arg, a small red planet often visited by time travellers from Earth seeking truth, enlightenment and cheese rolls.
Exploring Arg this week are: Neil Adams
Nigel Crockett and Janet Fielding versus the resident Argonds: Charmian Gradwell played by Gnoard Christopher Leaver played by Gandor Bill Homewood played by Dagnor Kenny Baker played by a rather bad-tempered aspidistra Devised by PATRICK DOWLING DirectorCHRISTOPHER TANDY Producer IAN OUVER (R)
BBC Two England

The Adventure Game

A pan-galactic broadcast direct from the Planet Arg, where the ruler - the Rangdo - has challenged the Earth visitors to a duel of wits, logic and lateral thinking.
Can you solve the mystery of these ancient runes?
'Hoi mir der Hubert Wen Tuder Kaputt ,
Zu gitter Porto Gabun ?
Bat wenn sie Gott da der Kaputt, Washbar
An zu depot, doch hat nahn!' Earth visitors Paul McDowell Bonnie Langford
Christopher Hughes Resident Argonds:
Director CHRISTOPHER TANDY Producer IAN OLIVER (R)
BBC Two England

The Adventure Game

Devised by PATRICK DOWLING The last of the series
It's an auspicious occasion on Arg - the 2001st birthday for His Highness the Rangdo. Which, if any, of the Earth visitors will survive long enough to be invited to the celebrations?
The visitors this week are: Fern Britton
Noel Edmonds and Ray Virr
Other party goers:
Charmian Gradwell Christopher Leaver Bill Homewood Kenny Baker Karen Walker and Anne Palmer
Director CHRISTOPHER TANDY Producer IAN Oliver (R)
BBC Two England

The Adventure Game

His Highness the Rangdo of Arg has arranged a particularly tricky set of problems for this week's explorers. How many
Argonds are lurking round the pond, and how are the explorers expected to get through the Crystal Mine when the anti-gravity boots are chained up? Tackling these and other puzzles this week are Ruth Madoc
Professor Heinz Wolff and Deborah Leigh Hall Residents of Arg:
Director OLIVER MACFARLANE Producers
CHRISTOPHER TANDY . IAN OLIVER
BBC Two England

The Adventure Game

The third of six direct broadcasts from Arg, a small red planet on the far side of the galaxy, inhabited by polite dragons. A team of three explorers from Earth are about to arrive on Arg, searching for the Great Crystal which has been hidden by the planet's ruler, a rather grumpy teapot.
Tackling the problems this week with logic, amusement and dexterity, are Fiona Kennedy Ian McCaskill and David Sandeman
Director OLIVER MACFARLANE Producers CHRISTOPHER TANDY, IAN OLIVER
BBC Two England

The Adventure Game

The final broadcast direct from the Planet Arg. Another team of Earth explorers have problems to solve. Will any of them win a cheese roll and survive long enough to cross the Vortex?
This week's explorers are: Heather Couper
Keith Chegwin , Adam Gilbey Resident Argonds:
Sarah Lam as Dorgan Christopher Leaver as Gandor with Anne Palmer
Karen Walker , Richard Lewis Director OLIVER MACFARLANE Producers
CHRISTOPHER TANDY. IAN OLIVER
BBC Two England

The Adventure Game

As this week's team of Earth explorers arrive on Arg, His
Highness the Rangdo has just finished setting a series of problems to thwart them in their quest for the Great
Crystal. Will they complete their task before being evaporated, or will they have to settle for a green cheese roll as compensation?
Travelling to Arg this week Joanna Monro
George Layton and Val Prince
Residents of Arg
Sarah Lam as Dorgan Christopher Leaver as Gandor Director OLIVER MACFARLANE Producers
CHRISTOPHER TANDY . IAN OLIVER (Postponed from 28 January)
BBC Two England

The Adventure Game

As this week's team of Earth explorers arrive on Arg, His
Highness the Rangdo has just finished setting a series of problems to thwart them in their quest for the Great Crystal. Will they complete their task before being evaporated, or will they have to settle for a green cheese roll as compensation?

Travelling to Arg this week Joanna Monro George Layton and Val Prince
Residents of Arg
Director Oliver MacFarlane Producers Christopher Tandy, Ian Oliver
BBC Two England

The Adventure Game

First of six programmes
A direct broadcast from Arg - a small red planet on the far side of the galaxy, inhabited by a race of friendly, trans-metamorphic dragons who have the ability to assume the shape of their visitors.
Each week three explorers from Earth travel to the planet in search of the Great Crystal. However, on arrival they find that their quest is hampered by a series of logic problems, set by the planet's ruler, His Royal Highness, The Rangdo of Arg.
This week's Earth visitors Sheelagh Gilbey
Ian McNaught-Davis Roy Kane
Residents of Arg
Director OLIVER MACFARLANE Producers
CHRISTOPHER TANDY. IAN OLIVER






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