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BBC One London

Wings

A series in 12 episodes
Tim Woodward , Anne Kristen John Hallam , Nicholas Jones
Michael Cochrane , Sarah Porter Reg Lye in 12: Welcome Home by BARRY THOMAS
Alan comes home on leave to not quite the reception he might have expected.
Theme music by ALEXANDER FARIS - Series created by BARRY THOMAS Designer ERIC WALMSLEY Producer PETER CREGEEN
BBC One London

Supernatural

The last of eight stories from the Club of the Damned
Jeremy Clyde , David Robb Ania Marson in Dorabella by ROBERT MULLER
'... Throughout those nights and days, I could not help becoming aware of my friend's strange deterioration. It was as if his entire being was becoming sapped of its strength ... '
Lighting HOWARD KING
Sound NORMAN BENNETT
Designer BARBARA GOSNOLD Producer PIETER ROGERS Director SIMON LANGTON
BBC One London

The Great Paper Chase

starring Jeremy Kemp and Larry Lamb screenplay by KEITH WATERHOUSE from a book by ANTHONY DELANO
When escaped train robber
Ronnie Biggs is discovered in Rio in 1974, it's a major scoop for the Daily Express, but Scotland Yard also wants in on the action. So the chase is on as the press corps and Police go after 'Britain's most wanted man'.
sSpt editor MARTYNAUTY Designer TIM HARVEY
Film editor ROB!N SALES Cameraman NAT CROSBY Producer GRAHAM BENSON
Mrector JAMES CELLAN JONES
BBC One London

Lovejoy

Drama series about a shady antiques dealer, starring Ian McShane
One Born Every Minute
Lovejoy is asked to find an itinerant painter who holds the key to a shameful secret. With special guests Tom Wilkinson , Jeremy Child , Jennie Linden and Maggie Steed.
Episode written by Roger Marshall Producer Richard Everitt Director Don Leaver 0 DRAMA: page 4
9 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC One London

Hearts of Gold

An old-fashioned love story showing across two consecutive nights and set in the South Wales valleys during the 1930s. Well-to-do doctor Andrew joins his father's infirmary, and in miner's daughter Bethan finds a spirit lacking in his previous girlfriends. The two fall in love, but their differing backgrounds prove a major sticking point. Concludes tomorrow at 8pm.
Dramatised by Matthew Baylis from the novel by Catrin Collier
Producer Matthew Robinson ; Director Richard Laxton
BBC One London

Comedy Playhouse: Betsy Mae

by Ken Hoare and Mike Sharland.
[Starring] Hermione Gingold
with Nicholas Phipps, Michael Newport
and Peter Elliott

See page 39
BBC One London

The Wednesday Play: A Pyre for Private James

by Simon Raven.
[Starring] Basil Henson as Major Andrew Carlyle, Percy Herbert as Colour Sergeant David Mackison, Dudley Sutton as Corporal Tom Oates, David Conville as Captain Jeremy Dilston, Grant Taylor as Colonel Lloyd Beacher, Prosecuting Officer, John Bailey as Humphrey Wiles, Counsel for Defence, William Fox as Judge Advocate, Basil Dignam as President of the Court-Martial, Nicholas Tate as Private Trevor James
BBC One London

Dr. Who: The Web of Fear: Part 3

by Mervyn Haisman and Henry Lincoln
An adventure in space and time
Starring Patrick Troughton as Dr. Who
with Jack Watling, Jack Woolgar, Nicholas Courtney, Tina Packer
and Frazer Hines, Deborah Watling
BBC One London

Dr Who: Inferno: Part 7

by Don Houghton
starring Jon Pertwee
with Caroline John and Nicholas Courtney
The Doctor returns to 'our' world only to see the same terrifying pattern of events repeat itself - and no one will listen to his warnings.
BBC One London

Dr Who: Inferno: Part 5

by Don Houghton
starring Jon Pertwee
with Caroline John and Nicholas Courtney
In the parallel world Earth's crust is penetrated - and the results are even more horrifying than the Doctor had feared.
BBC One London

Dr Who: Inferno: Part 3

by Don Houghton
starring Jon Pertwee with Caroline John and Nicholas Courtney
The Doctor's attempt to re-activate the Tardis console hurls him into a situation where old friends seem deadly enemies - even Liz and the Brigadier.
BBC One London

Dr Who: Inferno: Part 2

by Don Houghton
starring Jon Pertwee with Caroline John and Nicholas Courtney
The Doctor is the victim of a savage attack. His quarrel with Professor Stahlman comes to a head and the Doctor makes a desperate and dangerous attempt to reactivate the Tardis console.
BBC One London

Dr Who: Inferno: Part 6

by Don Houghton
starring Jon Pertwee with Caroline John and Nicholas Courtney
Powerless to save the parallel world in which he is trapped, the Doctor fights to re-activate the Tardis console and return to 'our' world - before it is too late.
(Who's in colour on page 8)
BBC One London

Dr Who: Inferno: Part 1

by Don Houghton
starring Jon Pertwee with Caroline John and Nicholas Courtney
...starts a new adventure today
An apparently motiveless murder brings the Brigadier to the 'Inferno' - a terrifying project to drill through the Earth's crust. The Doctor and Liz are already there as observers - but the Doctor has plans for a dangerous experiment of his own.
(Dr Who's Who's Who: pages 50-53)
BBC One London

Dixon of Dock Green

starring
Jack Warner
A series created by TED WILLIS Thin Thread
Written by N. J. CRISP
An overheard conversation and whispered name are all that connects a wealthy business man with a wages snatch. Andy pursues a hunch, but pressure is brought to bear from unexpected quarters.
Cast in order of appearance:
Designer JEREMY BEAR Producer JOE WATERS
Director VERE LORRIMER
BBC One London

Dr Who: Inferno: Part 4

by Don Houghton
starring Jon Pertwee with Caroline John and Nicholas Courtney
The Doctor fights to survive in a frighteningly different duplicate world. Stahlman orders that he shall be shot on sight...
BBC One London

Dixon of Dock Green

starring
Jack Warner
A series created by TED WILLIS Shadows
Written by ERIC PAICE
A smiling stranger. A savage dog. A sinister Colonel. Three links in an impending crime. The underworld - and the Police - know the crime will happen. But when?
Cast in order of appearance:
Alsatian dog trained by JOHN HOLMES
Designer JEREMY BEAR Producer JOE WATERS
Director VERE LORRIMER f
BBC One London

Dixon of Dock Green

starring Jack Warner
A series created by TED WILLIS The Silent Man
Written by N. j. CRISP
' The hardest man to deal with is the silent man.' This police adage is brought home to Sgt Crawford as he interrogates a suspect throughout one night.
Designed by JEREMY BEAR Produced by JOE WATERS
Directed by VERE LORRIMER
BBC One London

Dixon of Dock Green

starring Jack Warner
A series created by TED WILLIS Shotgun
Written by BEN BASSETT
Killer Frank Beck is loose in the Green. Sgt Crawford knows that he hasn'come to shoot birds. The Dr instigates a manhunt - but PC Newton (Michael Osborne ) thinks they're on the wrong track. Who is right?
Design by JEREMY BEAR
Produced by JOE WATERS
Directed by VERE LORRIMER
BBC One London

Are You Being Served?

by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft
A new comedy that takes a close look at the small world of a department store.
('We weren't allowed to be casual then': see pages 8 and 9)






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