Written by MAURICE DODD With LEONARD ROSSITER
Producer GRAHAM CLUTTERBUCK
Portrait of Danger
Hobo has his photo taken and helps solve a bank raid.
with Mike Read , Keith Chegwin , Sarah Greene Do you remember what happened in the Store during 1984 -join the Superstore staff at their end-of-season stocktaking.
9.5 The Raccoons and the Lost Star
The evil Cyril Sneer plans to capture the Earth. Can
Schaeffer and the Raccoons thwart his evil plot?
9.50 End of Year Event
Mike, Keith and Sarah look back over some of the magic (and not so magic!) moments of 1984. 10.15 Spider-man returns to the days of King Arthur to do battle with Modred. Producer ANGELA SHARP Editor CHRIS BELLINGER
Josephine Buchan presents a special end of year edition where opinions on the new programmes presented by BBCtv during the autumn are aired by younger viewers.
Under discussion: The Tripods and Box of Delights. Your letters are also included, with comments on Bob's Full House, Get Set Go! The Lenny Henry Show, Hotline and Hartbeat.
In the studio: Renny Rye, director of The Box of Delights, together with presenters Mike Read, Floella Benjamin and Gary Wilmot.
Producer PHILIP CHILVERS
The cast from the ever-popular series Fame, together with special guest star Irene Cara , perform to a capacity audience in Los Angeles, California, with a selection of recent chart-topping songs including: 'Beat it', 'Billy Jean ', 'Sweet dreams are made of this', 'Tell her about it', 'All night long', 'Flashdance ... What a feeling', and the No 1 hit 'Fame'.
Choreography by DEBBIE ALLEN Directed by WALTER c. MILLER
12.12 pm Weather MICHAEL FISH
See panel including at
12.50 News Summary
Jan Leeming ; Weatherman
Please may we ...
Dance with Wayne Sleep ? Get a Maori greeting? Set fire to £6,000,000?
Jimmy Savile OBE makes these and other dreams come true.
Studio lighting PETER SMEE Film editor vie VINE
Designer GWEN EVANS
Director MARCUS MORTIMER Producer ROGER ORDISH
rhe spectacular feature film starring
San Francisco's 'Glass
Tower' is the pride of the city. At 138 stories high it is the world's tallest skyscraper. Guests, celebrities and dignitaries flock to the inauguration party - unaware that a night of unbelievable terror awaits them. An all-star cast was assembled for this most successful and exciting of all disaster movies.
Screenplay by STIRLING SILLIPHANT Based on two novels: The Tower by RICHARD MARTIN STERN and The Glass Inferno by THOMAS M. SCORTIA and FRANK M. ROBINSON Produced by IRWIN ALLEN
Directed by JOHN GUILLERMIN
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Senator Gary Parker:
starring A Little Girl
Adam keeps a lonely vigil in the hospital chapel, but are his prayers enough to save Kirby's and their unborn baby's lives? And will confession finally ease his troubled conscience? Blake's suspicion of Peter increases and for once he finds himself working to the same end as Alexis in trying to dissuade Fallon from marriage.
Written by EDWARD DE BLASIO Directed by IRVING MOORE
(Joan Collins is one of the Friday People at 5.30 on BBC1)
Barry Norman discovers American game shows - the liveliest, most outrageous programmes on television.
Who chooses the contestants - and why? What makes a winner - or a loser? What happens after you've been crowned 'Queen for a Day'?
Meet.... a millionaire game show host, the most successful contestant of all time, and the young marrieds who made the Love Connection. Plus ... the story behind Anything for Money - the most expensive game show ever. And ... the sexy goings-on in a Hollywood church hall, where Everything Goes.
Introduced by Jimmy Hill Action highlights from two
Canon League First Division matches plus analysis and interviews. Plus News
Round-up and Pools Check. Also, a chance to win £100 worth of Premium Bonds in the December Goal of the Month competition. Commentators
JOHN MOTSON. BARRY DA VIES Studio director ROGER MOODY Producer FRED VINER
Series producer JOHN SHREWSBURY Editor BOB ABRAHAMS
Another chance to see moments from the award-winning 1983 series, Carrott's Lib starring Jasper Carrott with Christopher Barry
Nick Maloney , Jan Ravens and Nick Wilton.
And special guests The Flatlettes Music
PETER BREWIS and STEVE BROWN Script associate NEIL SHAND Written by JASPER CARROTT. KIM FULLER ROB GRANT and DOUG NAYLOR JAMES HENDRIE , TONY SARCHET
BOB SINFIELD , ANDREA SOLOMONS Sound LAURIE TAYLOR
Lighting DICKIE HIGHAM Designer GRAEME STORY Director JOHN BISHOP
Producer GEOFF POSNER
Gary Cooper Grace Kelly
Marshal Kane 's wedding celebration is interrupted by the news that his old enemy is arriving on the noon train. He finds himself making a lone stand for justice when the town refuses to help him. Gary Cooper won an Oscar for his portrayal of the proud and courageous marshal in this classic
Western which features one of the most famous of all movie theme songs.
Screenplay by CARL FOREMAN Produced by STANLEY KRAMER Directed by FRED ZINNEMANN
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