Prank Bough and Nick Ross kick off for the weekend.
Including today: the latest in pop videos with Mike Smith at 7.32; Lynn Faulds Wood presents Danger Watch - a consumer notebook at 8.15;
Steve Blacknell with his preview of weekend events in What's On; Glyn Worsnip 's reflections on the past week in Worsnip's Diary at 8.37; Glynn Christian has weekend shopping advice from Glynn's Barrow; and Alan Titchmarsh is on hand to take your calls on those gardening problems. Ring him on [number removed].
Michael Cole and Chris Lowe Weather News BILL GILES
(London and SE: Financial Report, and News Headlines with subtitles)
For many of us pets are an integral part of the family. How did we come to have pets in the first place, and how best can we look after them?
With Easter approaching, how to make chocolate eggs. Special guest Liv Ullman
The 1985 Seagram
Grand National Meeting
Coverage continues today with the four top races.
2.35 Sporting Life Weekender Handicap 'Chase (3m If)
3.10 Derby Quincentenary Hurdle (2m)
(Racing continues on BBC2)
Presenter lain Lauchlan Guest Jane Hardy
Story: The King Who Hated
Noises by KATHY SQUIRES
Written and illustrated by NORMAN LINDSAY
Told by William Rushton for Jackanory The Fifth Slice
Johnny Ball chairs another round of 'find the hobby'. Can Johnny and the contestants make the clues and mimes obscure enough to confuse
Marshall Coleman Anna Kipling and Darren Traynor or will the team solve each puzzle after less than ten nos?
Designer ROCHELLE SELWYN Producer IAN OLIVER
by FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT The last of seven episodes dramatised by DOROTHEA BROOKING Magic
The garden weaves its strange spell around Mary, Dickon and Colin until at last more people than the children realise the importance of magic -and how it can change lives.
Film cameraman JOHN BAKER
Producer DOROTHEA BROOKING *CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Mr Archibald Craven:
Presented by Mike Smith Stars in the spotlight, personalities at play, and famous faces in unexpected places.
Sarah Greene , Jan Ravens and Tom Brook report the show business events of the week.
This week's Friday People include:
Bruce Oldfield , dress designer to the stars, who presents his latest collection to HRH The Princess of Wales, and other famous clients.
Director BRUCE THOMPSON Producer JANE LUSH
Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell present 30 minutes of the latest pictures, stories and events of the day followed by Weather News
London Plus, Spotlight
South Today, Points West Look East, Look North North West Tonight Midlands Today
Welcome to the Elysian fields of Shepherd's Bush for the show that is a dull opiate for the heat-oppressed brain. Join Terry and guests live from the Television Theatre. With a chance to see two of the entries for A Song for Europe.
with Paul Daniels
Which one of the six hopeful contestants can identify the odd one out and win useful, attractive or fun prizes?
Join Paul Daniels for sharp wit and brain-searching. 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
starring Paul Michael Glaser as Starsky and David Soul as Hutch Murder on Stage 17
Movie star Steve Hanson narrowly escapes death in the latest of a series of fatal 'accidents' involving a group of actors known as the Wolfpack. Posing as film stuntmen, Starsky and Hutch investigate and uncover a bizarre tale of thwarted stardom and twisted revenge....
Written by BEN MASSELINK
Directed by EARL BELLAMY (Repeat )
with Julia Somerville and the BBC's reporters and correspondents around the world
Weekend Weather News
by BRIAN CLARK
A serial in eight parts starring Peter Barkworth Julia Foster
Rowena Cooper Beryl Reid and Michael Elphick
3: Edward learns a new set of standards and begins to realise what work is.
Customer..... PAMELA RUDDOCK Title and incidental music
Designer GAVIN DAVIES
Executive producer MARK SHIVAS Producer RUTH BOSWELL Director BARRY davis
with Desmond Wilcox
Concluding the trilogy, this new film chronicles the progress of the Boy David and reveals new fears about his future.
3: The Adoption
David is now 10 years old and living as part of surgeon Ian [text removed] and his wife Marjorie's family in Rochester, Minnesota. But in Britain and America he is in constant danger of deportation as an illegal alien. And in Peru, bureaucracy and corruption stand between the [text removed]s and their desire to adopt David, in order to protect his future. Meanwhile he is still undergoing plastic surgery - not always successful. He needs courage to face at least another 50 operations ahead of him. With his whole future threatened, the [text removed]s have almost despaired of being able to protect him. So, another expedition across the Andes deep into the jungle was organised, with only days to go before new laws would have made the situation even worse. Film cameraman ALEX SCOTT Film editor ROBERT BURNETT
Director ALEX MCCALL. Producer DESMOND wilcox. BBC Scotland
Michael Rennie Patricia Neal
'From a distant planet came a giant robot to bring the world face
- to face with its most terrifying threat!' proclaimed the film posters in 1951. But out of space comes the world's most civilised alien to warn mankind of the perils of war. Can the visitor overcome the suspicions of the world's leaders? Can the vital words 'Klaatu.... barada ... nikto' reach the invincible robot Gort in time to save the world?
Screenplay by EDMUND H. NORTH Based on a story by HARRY BATES Produced by JULIAN BLAUSTEIN Directed by ROBERT WISE
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