with Nick Ross and Debbie Greenwood
Live reports from Dundee as the Liberal Assembly draws to a close, with a look back at the week's events in Glyn Worsnip 's Diary. Timetable:
News on the hour and half hour read by Sue Carpenter
Weather with Francis Wilson at 6.55, 7.25, 7.55, 8.25, 8.55
Nationwide news, weather and travel at
6.57,7.27, 7.57, 8.27
Sports news and features at
Including this morning: Save our Soccer -
Emlyn Hughes with more ways to improve the image of British football; new pop videos at 7.32; Lynn Faulds Wood presents Danger Watch - a consumer notebook at 8.15; Glynn's Barrow - weekend shopping and price advice from Glynn Christian;
Alan Titchmarsh answers your weekend gardening queries on [number removed].
Coverage of the morning's debates on Youth Training, and Justice and Security.
Sir Smasham Uppe ! We're having tea, Do take a cup.
Presenter Wayne Jackman Guest Chloe Ashcroft Story: Sam Goes to the Burrell Collection by ANN SCOTT (R)
Further live coverage from Dundee.
with Richard Whitmore and Michael Cole
News Headlines with subtitles
Scandal, drama, and romance end the first week of the new series of Pebble Mill at One, as Gloria Vanderbilt talks about her life as the 'poor little rich girl' of the 30s. Bestselling authors Leslie Thomas and Lena Kennedy meet the winner of the 1985 Donny MacLeod Award for the best short story.
Street credibility, excitement and song from flame-haired Toyah with her new single 'World in action'.
A See-Saw programme by JULIE HOLDER
The Flump vegetables aren't growing, so Father Flump uses some 'right and bright' mixture on them, and soon all is well, or is it?
Narration Gay Soper Music PAUL READE
Animation DAVID KELLEHAR Producer DAVID YATES (R)
Coverage of the speech by the Leader of the Liberal Party, The Rt Hon David Steel , mp OB producer NEIL ECCLES Editor PETER KENYATTA
3.52 Regional News
Little Miss Late
Narrated by Pauline Collins and John Alderton
Narrated by Arthur Lowe (R)
Yogi thinks Jellystone Park is haunted when he hears a loud voice every time he tries to take a picnic basket. Yogi's Pest Guest
A goodwill mission brings problems to Yogi. (R)
with Paul Jones
It's game eight in the exciting noughts and crosses quiz game. Which school will be eliminated today? Who will go forward to Monday's programme to face a new challenger from Howardian
High School, Cardiff? All will be revealed this afternoon. Devised by CLIVE DOIG
Designer ROSEMARY HESTER
Producers IAN Oliver , ANGELA SHARP
The adventures of the Monster family of Loch Ness and their friends Elspeth and Angus. Professor Dumkopf's Underwater Telescope Written and drawn by PETER MADDOCKS Music by ROGER GREENAWAY GAVIN GREENAWAY (R)
Last of a five-part series by BOB BLOCK
Dreams come true when Meaker, Painting and Whats'isname Smith become the Three Musketeers,
Ethel and Claypole become
Batman and Blunder Woman, and Dobbin becomes a two-headed Centaur, but it's all a nightmare for the Perkins!
Dobbin, the pantomime horse Devised by BOB BLOCK Incidental music by JONATHAN COHEN
Film director DAVID CRICHTON Producer JEREMY SWAN (R)
Books: Rentaghost Rules, hardback £6.50, paperback £1.25. Rentaghost Enterprises hardback. £5.95, paperback £1.25 from booksellers
Hazel the McWitch:
with Dennis Weaver and Clint Howard
Wayward Bear. part 2
Ben has been missing for some days. Mark is worried. Is something wrong with the bear? He usually finds his own way home....'
Producer GEORGE SHERMAN * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Yabba-dabba-doo! Roll on down to Bedrock to meet the Inost modern of Stone Age families.
High School Fred
Faced with the choice of getting a diploma or getting the sack, Fred returns to high school with an uneasy feeling about the generation gap - which soon begins to show!
A HANNA BARBERA production
with Sue Lawley and Nicholas WitcheU followed by Weather News
London Plus, Spotlight
South Today, Points West Look East, Look North North West Tonight Midlands Today
Shakespeare once wrote:
Talk show, talk show, talk show, life creeps on this petty Place from day to day.'
"hat he got wrong, of course, was that it runs on from Monday to Wednesday to Friday with that
Shakespearean buffoon from County Limerick live at 7 o'clock. director GEOFF MILES
Series producer FRANCES WHITAKER
Producer JON PLOWMAN
starring Les Dawson as the host of the comedy Quiz game everyone can Play at home.
Join Les and his celebrities for another show destined to be full of fun and frivolity. Special guests this week:
Tony Blackburn , Joyce Blair Faith Brown , Norman Collier Suzanne Dando Nicholas Smith
Produced in association with MARK GOODSON and TALBOT TV LTD Sound LAURIE TAYLOR
Designer MARTIN COLLINS Director TONY NEWMAN Producer STANLEY APPEL
Triangles Blake returns triumphant from his negotiations with the Chinese and Alexis vows to get a piece of the action at any cost. Dominique refuses to believe that
Denver Carrington is the phantom company planning a takeover bid of her enterprises. Could it be a case of cherchez la femme? Meanwhile, Krystle increasingly feels shut out of Blake's life and starts to edge Daniel out of hers.
Written by CAMILLE MARCHETTA and SUSAN BASKIN
Directed by IRVING MOORE * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
John Humphrys and Andrew Harvey present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad
Weekend Weather News
A serial in five episodes by JOHN HOWLETT starring
3: Noughts and Crosses
The second death has to be murder, and Laleh has seen the killers. Meanwhile, somebody has taken Morgan off the case. costume designer AL BARNETT
Videotape editor GRAHAM CARR designer CHARLES BOND Producer JOHN BOWEN
Director ROBERT TRONSON BBC Pebble Mill
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
A two-part film
Sir Robert Walpole, the first British prime minister, moved into Number 10 in September 1735 - 250 years ago. Since then, the splendid house that lies behind a very modest front door has been the centre of the nation's history, and the home of some of its most powerful People. Former prime Ministers and their wives talk about the ghosts of Number 10 and what it was like to live there; the families of Ramsay MacDonald, Lloyd George and Winston Churchill describe their days in the rambling old house; and People who were there tell how history was made in Number 10 during the two world wars.
A view is given of the state rooms, now restored to the magnificence that Sir Robert Walpole knew when he became the tenant of Number 10.
Written and narrated by Christopher Jones
Film cameraman JIM PEIRSON Film editor GLENN HYDE
Producer JENNY BARRACLOUGH (Part 2 on Sunday)
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Tamara Dobson Shelley Winters
Cleopatra Jones is a 'cool', black CIA narcotics agent. When Cleo learns that LA's top dope pusher, Mommy, has set up her boyfriend,
Reuben, she takes her karate skills and supercharged car into action ...
Screenplay by MAX JULIEN. SHELDON KELLER Produced by WILLIAM TENNANT. MAX JUUEN Directed by JACK STARRETT
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