Frank Bough and Nick Ross with the brightest start to the day - and to the weekend. Including the latest in pop videos with Mike Smith at
7.32; Lynn Faulds Wood presents Danger Watch - a consumer notebook; Steve Blacknell 's preview of weekend events in What's On; Glyn Worsnip 's reflections on the past week in Worsnip's Diary; Glynn Christian has weekend shopping advice from
Glynn's Barrow; and Alan Titchmarsh mans the phones to take your calls on those gardening problems - ring him on [number removed]
with Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart
Weather News MICHAEL FISH
12.57 Regional News (London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
Peter Seabrook is out in the garden. Using the new greenhouse he's been building on the programme, he demonstrates the right and wrong ways of sowing seeds.
Introduced by Richard Pitman
2.30 The Steel Plate and Sections Young 'Chasers Qualifier (2m 160yds)
3.0 The ArkeU Brewery
Handicap 'Chase (2m 160yds)
3.30 The Julians of Reading Ltd Hunters Steeplechase (3m) Commentators JULIAN WILSON and JOHN HANMER
Producer RICHARD TILLING
Presenter Brian Jameson Guest Kate Copstick
Story: A Long Way for a Birthday by BARRY BOXALL
(Rpt. Repeated next Friday morning)
by JANE GARDAM
Told by Bernard Hill and Rachel Nelson for Jackanory 5: Tomorrow's Arrangements
Richard Stilgoe chairs the final game in this year's computerised quiz - an international, no less, between WEST RUISLIP
AMERICAN SCHOOL, Ruislip and CHICHESTER CENTRAL CE JUNIOR SCHOOL, Chichester Featuring mystery guest Dr Freda Shawlboot and the final word in this year's giant anagram competition.
Format devised by ROBERT GOULD Designer CHRIS WEBSTER Producer IAN OLIVER
Every Friday the Newsround team takes a closer look at one of the big stories, exciting events, or fascinating personalities that are making eye-catching news. With the World Ice Skating Championships due to start next week, Paul McDowell reports from Oberstdorf in Germany on: Britain's Medal Hopes -
Karen Barber and Nicky Slater The ice skating duo has been training extra hard to try and improve on their disappointing fourth position in the recent European Championships.
by FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT Dramatised in seven parts by DOROTHEA BROOKING 3: The Door in the Wall
At last Mary finds the door in the wall, and behind it, more than she had even hoped for. But Misselthwaite still holds on to its other secrets.
Film cameraman JOHN BAKER
Producer DOROTHEA BROOKING
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Mr Archibald Craven:
Presented by Mike Smith
Sarah Greene, Jan Ravens, and Nick Rowan report the show-business events of the week.
This week's Friday People include Les Dawson in the studio and Steve Wright - an unpredictable day in the life of Radio 1's craziest DJ.
Director BRUCE THOMPSON Producer JANE LUSH
with Nicholas WitcheU and Jeremy Paxman followed by Weather News
London Plus, Spotlight
South Today, Points West Look East, Look North North West Tonight Midlands Today
Who's on the show tonight with Terry? It depends on the day's news, the events of the week, and whatever else takes Terry's fancy.
with Paul Daniels
Which of the six hopeful contestants can identify the words, picture or piece of music as the odd one out? Produced by arrangement with RALPH EDWARDS PRODUCTIONS and ACTION TIME LTD
Based on an original format devised by MARK MAXWELL-SMITH Sound MALCOLM JOHNSON Lighting HENRY BARBER Designer TONY SNOADEN Director DAVID TAYLOR Producer PAUL CIANI
The Velvet Jungle
The murder of a Mexican garment worker draws
Starsky and Hutch into the seedy world of illegal immigration.
Written by PARKE PERINE
Directed by EARL BELLAMY
as Starsky starring Paul:
with Julia Somerville
Weekend Weather News
by AGATHA CHRISTIE
Dramatised in three daily parts by ALAN PLATER with 2: Miss Marple's instinct once again proves all too true, and Inspector Craddock has to move fast.
(For full cast see Thursday page 56. Part 3 tomorrow night)
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as Miss Bunner:
as Det Insp Craddock:
as Mrs Easterbrook:
as Miss Murgatroyd:
as Colonel Easterbrook:
as Mrs Swettenham:
as Miss Hinchcliffe:
as Det Sgt Fletcher:
Act II: 'Tis not strange that even our love should with our fortunes change
'I think Olivier's special genius on the stage is this extraordinary feeling of danger. Audiences sit on the edge of their seats wondering what the hell he is going to do next'
(JOHN MORTIMER )
In the second of three programmes,
Laurence Olivier 's Hamlet wins four Oscars and he is made the youngest knight in the acting profession.
Olivier and Vivien Leigh become the 'theatre royals' and dominate the showbiz firmament, concealing increasing personal problems.
Then -a dramatic change in his and the theatre's life. It was called The Entertainer. Film extracts from: Hamlet, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Entertainer and Spartacus.
Among those taking part are Sir John Gielgud. Stewart Granger , Sir Peter Hall ,
Charlton Heston , Bernard Levin , Jonathan Miller , Sir
John Mills , Terence Morgan , Tony Richardson ,
Jean Simmons , Peter Ustinov ,
Lady Walton, Terence Young Research JUDY BRAMWELL
Film editor MICHAEL CROZIER Produced by BRIDGET WINTER
starring David Essex Adam Faith
Having finally made the break from home,
Jim becomes a full-time rock musician with The Straycats. With fairground hustler Mike as their road manager, the group soon hits the big time - with Jim as the main attraction. Gradually the pressures of work, high-powered money men and super-stardom take their toll on Jim ... David Essex continues his fine portrayal of the young singer from That'll Be the Day.
Screenplay by RAY CONNOLLY Produced by DAVID PUTTNAM , SANDY UEBERSON Directed by MICHAEL APTED
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