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from Bamsdale with Geoff Hamilton and Anne Mayo
Whatever the weather, any gardener who wants to keep up with the game must start a wide variety of vegetables in the heated greenhouse, propagator or on the windowsill. GEOFF HAMILTON erects fencing around the Starting from Scratch garden and Robert Hillier suggests 'best buys' of bare-rooted and container-grown shrubs and trees.
Producer DENIS w GARTSIDE BBC Pebble Mill
Presenter Sheelagh Gilbey Guests
Stuart Bradley , Brian Cant Story: Pimpernel Petroleum by WILMA HORSBRUGH
with Richard Whitmore and Frances Coverdale Weather JIM BACON
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
David Coleman introduces today's action from the XIV Winter Olympic Games taking place in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia.
"ki-ing: The Ladies Giant Slalom
The first of two runs on the mountain of Jahorina. TAMARA MCKINNEY of the United States was last year's World Cup overall winner, with four giant slalom victories. She will share favouritism for the gold medal with World Champion ERIKA HESS of Switzerland.
Commentator DAVID VINE
Plus reports on today's gold medal Performances in the Ladies 1,000 m Speedskating by RON PICKERING , the Men's 15 km Cross -Country Ski -ing by BARRY DAVIES and the latest news from ALAN WEEKS of the compulsory figures in the Men's Figure Skating, in which PAUL ROBINSON competes for Great Britain.
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Excitement - and relief - for Matthew and Walter as they strike oil at last. But Fallon has discovered the secret of the emerald necklace and is obviously intent on making mischief for Krystle ...
Written by EDWARD DE BLASIO
Directed by PHILIP LEACOCK
Questionmaster Joseph Cooper with Patricia Owen
Russell Harty , Richard Baker Guest musician
Julian Lloyd Webber Producer PETER BUTLER
Director HELEN MORTON
Presenter Andrew Secombe Guests
Elizabeth Watts , Howard Lee Story: The King Gets Fit by ALLEN SADDLER , JOE WRIGHT
Director JOHN SMITH
Snowy discovers an idol and the Captain thinks he recognises it.
with Bernard Holley
Jonny Briggs and the Jubilee Concert by JOAN EADINGTON
Jonny's school was to hold a concert to celebrate its 50 years. Jonny was going to do 'magic' but that day things started to go wrong....
1: The Vanishing Joke Book
with Richard Stilgoe and this week's mystery guest. Trying to win a BBC computer are teams from All Saints' Junior School, Bishop's Stortford and Seabridge School, Stoke-on-Trent and you could win a computer too in the Finders Keepers giant anagram.
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with Simon Groom, Peter Duncan and Janet Ellis
'Sit' and 'Stay'!
Two top dogs from Crufts, the Obedience Champion bitch and dog, put on a special studio display of their award-winning skills.
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The latest outstanding action from the XIV Winter
Olympic Games in Sarajevo
Introduced by David Coleman
Ski-ing: The Ladies Giant Slalom
Switzerland's ERIKA hess, the World Champion, and TAMARA MCKINNEY of the United States are expected to be among the front runners after today's first run on the mountain of Jahorina. Commentator DAVID VINE Ice Hockey
The Russians had won four consecutive Olympic titles from 1964 when the United States provided the upset of the last games by beating them 4-3 in the final. The SOVIET UNION are the current World Champions and today meet WEST GERMANY in the round-robin series to find the four qualifiers for the medal play-offs. Commentator ALAN WEEKS
RON PICKERING and BARRY DAVIES report on today's other Olympic events including the Ladies 1,000m Speedskating and the Men's 15km Cross-Country Ski-ing.
Producer MARTIN HOPKINS
Editors HAROLD ANDERSON and JOHN PHILIPS
The adventure series starring pilot of a super-helicopter geared to combat crime with the most sophisticated aerial technology, weaponry and surveillance systems available. A Clear and Present Danger
The awesome Blue Thunder is called in to stop a well-trained paramilitary group involved in a series of air-supported robberies in their efforts to amass funds for a government take-over.
Written by MIKE ROBE
Directed by CHARLES PICERNI
The Hands That Once Picked Cotton. President Reagan's return to the White House may depend on his ability to hold the key Southern States - traditionally Democratic. In 1980 Reagan won these states with narrow majorities, far smaller in most cases than the number of Blacks who hadn't bothered to register to vote. Ignited by Black leader Jesse Jackson's fiery campaign, the Black poor - the hands that once picked cotton -are now registering in unprecedented numbers and threaten to swing the South against Reagan. Reporter Peter Taylor
Producer MICHAEL DUTFIELD Editor PETER IBBOTSON
John Humphrys ; Weatherman
The second in a trio of his films, tonight with Katharine Ross, Robert Blake
1909: Banning, California. Willie Boy, a Paiute Indian, returns to his tribe's reservation to claim Lola Boniface as his bride. When Willie Boy accidentally kills his lover's father, the couple are forced to flee south. Against his will 'Coop' finds himself leading a posse in pursuit of his friend.
Screenplay by ABRAHAM POLONSKY
Based on the book by HARRY LAWTON Produced by PHILIP A. WAXMAN Directed by ABRAHAM POLONSKY Films: page 17
with Barry Norman including reviews of current releases and news of films in production and the personalities involved.
Nick Nolte , Gene Hackman and Joanna Cassidy star in Under Fire as American journalists caught up in the revolutionary war in Nicaragua.
Mel Brooks and Anne Bancroft talk about To Be or Not to Be, a comedy set in Poland during the Second World War, in which they star together for the first time.
Director BRUCE THOMPSON Producer JUDY LINDSAY
Ten films about development issues in India. 4: After the Flood