25 A Renaissance Church in Rome
6.50History of Mathematics
8.5 To Bedford from Busso: 3
8.30 Television and Christmas
A ten-part beginners' course in folk guitar with JOHN PEARSE
9: Two finger-picking styles - forward and ripple picking.
Director CHRIS LENT
Book (same title), L2.50, record 14.54, cassette 14.31, from retailer]
with Mike Read , Keith Chegwin John Craven , Maggie Philbin
You can meet Tucker in person this morning. Todd Carty , star of Tucker's Luck, will be waiting to take calls and tell you what life is like for our hero now he's left Grange Hill and is out in the world. Keith's in store too this morning with a special bargain for you. Get your ear defenders ready!
' Falling down is easy. Getting up's the problem.' Have you ever been ski-ing? Well Maggie hadn't! Find out what happened to her and 80 schoolchildren from Dudley - on the slippery slopes of Notre Dame de Bellecombe, a lovely French alpine village.
John's getting a lot of letters from you about fan clubs. He's asked Duran Duran to come into the store today to help him find out for you just how much the stars are involved with the clubs and what sort of service you can expect to get if you join one; and there's music from Spandau Ballet. By popular demand - the return of Lift Off! Mike's back in the questionmaster's chair when another two contestants compete for star prizes in the telephone quiz.
Send your orders and Telly-grams to: Saturday Superstore, BBCtv, London W12 8QT
Ring on [number removed]and don't forget the lines are open now at 9.15.
Assistant editor CHRIS BELLINGER Editor ROSEMARY GILL
(Todd Carty stars in Tucker's Luck, a new series beginning on Thursday, BBC2 at 6.0 and it interviewed on page 4)
See panel including at 12.45* News Summary
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
The return of those good ol' country boys whose main pleasure in life is beating the system and baiting the sheriff of Hazzard County, where the good guys are outlaws and everybody's in-laws. starring
Miz Tisdale on the Lam Boss Hogg sells phoney land certificates by mail. When the US postal service start taking an interest he frames not only the Dukes but harmless old Miz Tisdale, Hazzard's intrepid lady postal-service employee ...
Music by WAYLON JENNINGS
Do you feel like...
Looping the loop at 83? Having breakfast with a 40-stone bear? Making a 2,000-ton sandcastle?
Jimmy Savile, OBE, can fix it. It could be your turn tomorrow.
1940: with a German invasion threatened, the defence of Walmington-on-Sea is in the hands of Captain Mainwaring.
The stalwarts of one of television's most popular comedy series reunited in this feature film.
Screenplay by jimmy PERRY , DAVID CROFT Produced by JOHN r. SLOAN
Directed by NORMAN COHEN. Films: page 7 (Further adventures of Dad's Army in Comedy Classics on Radio 2, Sunday 5.0)
starring Paul Squire with his special guests
Angie Gold , Musical Youth
Script associate NEIL SHAND
Written by KIM FULLER , ROB GRANT and DOUG NAYLOR , MURRY RIX WILTON , TERRY RAVENSCROFT , NEIL SHAND
Musical director KEN JONES Sound LAURIE TAYLOR Lighting ERIC WALLIS
Designer GARRY FREEMAN
Produced and directed by GEOFF POSNER
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
Unfortunate - and dangerous - timing. Krystle is alone with Nick when she finds out about Blake's supposed infidelity with Alexis. And while turbulent emotions are affecting the rest of the family, Steven, away from it all, is making two very important decisions about his future.
Director JEROME COURTLAND
Dr Nick Toscanni:
Terry Wogan hosts his own talk show. A unique combination of Terry in, conversation with top stars from home and abroad, people in the headlines and the best in music and entertainment.
Programme associate CHRIS GREENWOOD Lighting PETER WESSON
Designer ANDREW HOWE-DAVIES Director DAVE PERROTTET Producer MARCUS PLANTIN
A series in three parts by RAY BRADBURY
2: The Settlers
February 2004. With the Martians wiped out by chickenpox, colonisation of Mars proceeds rapidly. Settlers pour in, each in search of a dream: Father Peregrine wants to meet Christ in person; the Lustigs to find their missing son; the Parkhills to make their fortune; and Wilder himself to make contact with a Martian.
Teleplay by RICHARD MATHESON Produced by ANDREW DONALLY and MILTON SUBOTSKY Directed by MICHAEL ANDERSON
A CHARLES FRIES production