6.20 Energy to Go Round
6.45 Minimum Cost Flows
7.10 Oceanography: Deep Sea Drilling
7.35 Handicapped in the Community
8.0 Biochemistry: The Structure of Lysozyme
with Mike Read, Keith Chegwin, Sarah Greene and David Icke
Saturday Superstore SuperStar 1984. Who has won this coveted title? All your votes have been checked and counted and you can find out the winner of this nationwide talent contest. Also in store today, a chance to meet the new Doctor Who in the shape of Colin Baker. He travels through time, in the company of his assistant Peri to take your calls.
Ring them on [number removed]. Keith takes a trip to the zoo and has news of a special animal adoption scheme.
There are surprising revelations when handwriting expert Diane Simpson calls in. She shows you how to analyse your character from how you dot your 'i's and cross your 't's.
Madness are with Mike in the music department with their latest single. There's a chance to win their star bargain.
David takes a SuperStore film crew behind the scenes at Coventry City football club to find out how a First Division club prepares for a big match. Also in store, another two contestants compete in the telephone quiz game - Lift Off. There's fabulous prizes to be won - and you can play at home.
Don't forget the address: Saturday Superstore, BBCtv, [address removed]
See panel including at 12.45 News Summary
The first in a series of six programmes from Blackpool Tower Circus.
Two teams battle in the ring for supremacy in this Greatest Show on Earth. This week farmers and their families represent MELTON MOWBRAY and COCKERMOUTH
Hosted by Keith Chegwin Referee Suzanne Dando
Ringmaster Norman Barrett
Representing the world of circus Franco Di Angelo from Italy, high in the circus roof.
And introducing the super syncopating Coco-Tots
Designer david WILSON
Director KEITH MACKENZIE Producer GEOFFREY WILSON BBC Manchester
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with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
with Jimmy Savile OBE
What could Jim fix for you?
If it's unusual, possible, entertaining or daring and you do not think it has been done before, drop him a line?
Sound RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN Lighting PETER WESSON Designer JOHN STOUT
Director PETER CAMPBELL Producer ROGER ORDISH
starring Michael Crawford written by RAYMOND ALLEN from stories by MICHAEL CRAWFORD featuring Michele Dotrice , with Derek Farr , Bernard Gallagher
Stunt adviser VAL MUSETTI Designer RICHARD MORRIS
Produced by SYDNEY LOTTERBY
Clerk of Court:
Michael J. Pollard
'Hannibal' Brooks is a prisoner of war who is perfectly happy to be made to work at a local zoo. Then an air-raid unexpectedly sets him on the road to freedom - accompanied by an elephant.
Determined to get his charge to safety, Brooks survives one hair-raising escapade after another.
Screenplay by DICK CLEMENT and IAN LA FRENAIS Produced and directed by MICHAEL WINNER Films: page 14
Colonel Von Haller:
Lucy, the elephant:
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
by PAULA MILNE
A serial in eight episodes starring
3: Five O'Clock Shadow
Funds are being raised and Ken has started work on the conversion of Donna's old Mini into a powerful special saloon racing car. Jen is trying hard to be a mechanic, but Ray and Mick have decided to join the team too.
Music by JIM BYWATER. GAVIN RICHARDS and ADAM KOTZ Costume designer VALERIE GREEN Make-up artist JANET STEELE Designer BOB SMART
Producer CAROL ROBERTSON
Directed by MICHAEL SIMPSON
Cast in order of appearance: David:
Cast in order of appearance: Bill:
Cast in order of appearance: Nigel:
Cast in order of appearance: Joanna:
Cast in order of appearance: Carole:
Cast in order of appearance: Beth:
Cast in order of appearance: Doctor:
Cast in order of appearance: Sally:
Cast in order of appearance: First workman:
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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 very best in entertainment. Tonight's guests include:
Bob Monkhouse , the brilliant comedian and game show host with the razor sharp wit;
Stephanie Lawrence , West End star of Evita and Marilyn and soon to open in the musical Starlight Express.
Programme associate CHRIS GREENWOOD Lighting DUNCAN BROWN Designer BOB COVE
Director DAVID TAYLOR
Producer MARCUS PLANTIN
To celebrate St Patrick's Day, the famous James Last Orchestra plays a selection of Irish tunes, from foot-stomping jigs to world-famous lilting melodies.
Recorded at the Rose of Tralee Festival in County Kerry.
A JAMES LAST production in association with RADIO TELEFlS EIREANN
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continues the season of films to terrify Tonight starring Alan Alda
Jacqueline Bisset Barbara Parkins
Myles Clarkson , a failed concert pianist turned journalist, meets Duncan Ely , a world-famous pianist who is dying of leukemia. Flattered by Duncan and his daughter Roxanne, Myles is drawn into their elegant social circle, unaware of their true sinister purpose and unprepared for the satanic transformation which will follow Duncan's death. Alan Alda and Jacqueline Bisset play the husband and wife caught up in a web of sorcery and black magic lurking behind the mask of the mundane.
Screenplay by BEN MADDOW
Based on the novel by FRED MUSTARD STEWART Produced by QUINN MARTIN Directed by PAUL WENDKOS