FROM THE ARCHIVE OF: NC2
This is the 3.30pm junction.
[00:00:00] PROGRAMME: the final few seconds of Max Miller – The Cheekie Chappie, including the closing production graphic, by Anglia TV.
[00:00:12] PROGRAMME PROMOTION: Sunday night on LWT:
7.15pm Family Fortunes. With Bob Monkhouse.
7.45pm A Man Called Sloane.
8.45pm Comedy Tonight: Him and His Magic.
9.30pm Nearly a Happy Ending. Award-winning writer Victoria Wood’s new play. Two girls go in search of the bright lights.
[00:01:27] PROGRAMME GRAPHIC: for Comrades in Arms? Dunkirk 1980. Britain’s withdrawal from Dunkirk is analysed.
A commercial break followed. You can view the ads by following this tag.
We pick up the action post-commercial break below.
[00:00:00] PROGRAMME GRAPHIC: for Bless Me Father. In this afternoon’s episode at 4.30pm, Father Duddleswell’s problem with the neighbour’s pigeons looks like being solved.
[00:00:08] PROGRAMME GRAPHIC: for The Adventures of Oliver Twist. At 5pm we find out why Oliver is sent to prison in the final episode of the series.
[00:00:15] IDENT: the pre-programme ident for Comrades in Arms? – a Southern Television production.
ITV London, ITV plc UK: London 1980s Partial Junction, Production Graphic, Programme Graphic, Programme Promotion, Standard Presentation ITV Anglia: 1970 - 1988, LWT: August 1978 - August 1986, Southern TV: 1969 - 1982 Comedy, Drama, Quiz A Man Called Sloane, Comedy Tonight: Him and His Magic, Family Fortunes, Nearly a Happy Ending John Sachs, Verity Martindill
With thanks to Paul R. Jackson and Gareth Joy for their help in identifying the announcer and voiceover.
PICTURED: LWT programme promotion. COPYRIGHT: ITV plc.