6.20 The Nature of Heredity
6.45 Foretelling Fatigue Life
7.10 Searching for Meaning
7.35 Handicapped in the Community
Live from the Picture Show control room Mark Curry introduces selection of films, competitions, cartoons and pop music.
Maggie Philbin takes the mobile picture unit for a day trip to one of Britain's most popular resorts and goes camel racing on the sands. Star guest Freddie Starr
Pop-in guests Limahl and Herrey's The nine o'clock serial is Episode 6 of Zorro's Fighting Legion.
The ten o'clock cartoon features Boss Cat, and there's lots more including Michael Jordan looking at the underwater world behind the sand dunes.
Director MICK DEMPSEY Designer BARRY ROACH
Producer TONY HARRISON
Executive producer DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester
See panel including at 1.30 News Summary
The handsome, holographic hero programmed as a super-sleuth but with little experience in the ways of this world. Starring and Staying Alive while Running a High Flash Dance Fever
When underworld gambling tsar, Leonard Martin , hatches a plot to discredit a respected judge, Automan taps his own database to find a suitable guise to go undercover in Las Vegas. Programmed with superlatives only, a John Travolta clone seems as inconspicuous a choice as any.
Written by GLEN A. LARSON Directed by RICK KOLBE
Lt Jack Curtis:
with Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
with Mike Read
Test your pop and rock knowledge with the guests.
Philip Lynott , whose new band Grand Slam are preparing their debut album and autumn tour.
Nick Beggs of Kajagoogoo whose new LP Islands has just been released.
Derek Forbes of Simple Minds who have just played eight consecutive nights at London's Hammersmith Odeon. v
Alvin Stardust , back in the charts again with his tenth hit 'I feel like Buddy Holly '.
Kim Wilde taking a break from working on her fourth LP.
Morrissey, The Smiths singer and lyricist.
Plus archive film clips including
HERMAN S HERMITS, BILLY FURY and OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN . Director PHILIP CHILVERS Producer JILL SINCLAIR
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Answers to questions
1: Big Apple. 2: Shane Fenton. 3:
Sandie Shaw. 4: Kids in America. 5: 'Waterfront',
'Promise you a miracle and 'Glittering
Prize'. 6: 'Whiskey in the jar'.
Mike ReadPanelist: Philip
A special holiday film presentation starring
High in their wilderness home in the breathtaking Rocky Mountains, the Robinsons prepare to face the rigours of winter. The first snows mean fun for all. But fierce storms and hungry wolves spell danger and near tragedy as winter progresses. Worst of all hazards is the terror of the black killer-wolf known as 'Scar-face'.
More wildlife excitement and adventure for a modern pioneering family cut off from civilisation.
Screenplay by ARTHUR DUBS
Produced by ARTHUR DUBS
Directed by FRANK ZUNIGA
International entertainers with their music and songs, both new and nostalgic, together with film of Val's recent visit to Australia. starring Val Doonican and his special guests
Robert White , Sheila Walsh and Herrey's, Eurovision winners 1984 Musical director RONNIE HAZLEHURST Musical associate ROGER RICHARDS
Script CHRIS GREENWOOD , VAL DOONICAN Costume designer LYNDA WOODFIELD Sound KEITH GUNN
Lighting director KEN MACGREGOR Designer TONY BURROUGH
Production YVONNE LITTLEWOOD
The two first ladies of the New York Police Department starring and Baby Broker
Investigating what appears at first a simple case of an abandoned baby turns into a nightmare for Cagney and Lacey.
Both women have several unpleasant lessons to learn - not least the danger of taking work home!
Written by TERRY LOUISE FISHER Directed by JOHN PATTERSON
Mary Beth Lacey:
with Jan Leeming Weatherman
A series of informal parties hosted by well-known personalities. You are invited to watch and listen as famous and lesser known guests, some aware of the cameras, others not - relax and enjoy a casual evening among friends. This week
Vidal Sassoon invites
Lionel Blair , Bruce Forsyth Larry Grayson Anita Harris Stirling Moss
Lynsey de Paul
Anna Raeburn , Annie Ross Ronnie Scott and many others. Production team
ROB HINDS , ROGER CASSTLES
MARK KERSHAW , PATRICIA MIFFUN and JOHN KING
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Ace pickpocket, Harry, has two golden rules-he never 'holds' the goods and he doesn't get 'involved'. But when he and his ageing partner recruit an attractive couple to help them, complications develop - both emotionally and professionally. James Coburn plays the stylish and laconic Harry in this elegant comedy thriller shot in a variety of beautiful locations.
Screenplay by RON AUSTIN
Produced and directed by BRUCE GELLER
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