Enough for One Day
Written and told by Frank Muir Drawn by JOE WRIGHT
Theme by ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER Filmed by OUVER POSTGATE (R)
A serial in 13 parts
Doomy Dwyer 's deals are always suspect. He is trying to sell land to Sir Charles . Tom's gang believe Doomy has an illegal distillery and at last they discover the store of drink.
7: Dark Secrets
Written by ROGER SIMPSON
Executive producer JOHN MCRAE Director PETER SHARP (R)
Sir Charles Pemberton:
with Mike Read
Keith Chegwin , Sarah Greene and Vicky Licorish
Join the SuperStore gang for live Saturday morning entertainment. In store this morning, a visit from
Neil Arthur and Stephen Luscombe - otherwise known as Blancmange. Talking of food, Vicky has been cooking up some really tasty items that don't need any cooking! Nigel Taylor , the Superstore vet, is around this morning. He's got some hints to help you care for your puppies and to keep them happy and healthy. Ring him on [number removed]. Computer expert Fred Harris from Micro Live is in too. He's got details of an amazing music maker bargain that you could win. Fashion reporter
Karen Foster 's in too. She's got a great feature on how to dress like your favourite pop star, but it won't cost you a king's ransom in the process. Also in the music department,
Captain Sensible, who'll be
'helping out' all morning. It's all happening this morning and it starts at 9 o'clock sharp. Don't you dare miss a minute!
Editor CHRIS BELLINGER
including at 1.10 News Summary; Weather News Bill Giles
12.15 - 5.5 pm
Introduced by Desmond Lynam
12.20 Football Focus
3.50 Half times
4.40 Final score
*Timings are subject to alteration
Pure, unadulterated soccer from Bob and the hit squad.
Boxing from Dudley
British lightweight champion TONY WILLIS, challenged by PAUL CHANCE, promoted by Ron Gray, associated with Mike Barrett, commentated by HARRY CARPENTER
Racing from Ascot
1.0 The Kennel Gate Novices' Hurdle Race (2m)
1.30 The Manicou Handicap Steeplechase (2m)
2.5 The H and T Walker Goddess Steeplechase (21m)
Josh Gifford's runner, Our Fun, will be a strong fancy. There's Â£25,000 in added prize money. Commentators PETER O'SULLEVAN, JULIAN WILSON, RICHARD PITMAN
Tennis from Wembley: Benson and Hedges Championships
The first of Grandstand's rackets this afternoon, lawn tennis, so it's live to the semi-finals. You could get rich predicting who'll be on court. LENDL, BECKER, JARRYD and CURREN were in the early show of betting. DAN MASKELL, JOHN BARRETT MARK COX and GERALD WILLIAMS qualify as commentators
Badminton from Bournemouth: British Airways Masters
Upped the net by a couple of feet, the bounce no longer a factor. The best aerial bits from the men's final between the mighty MORTEN FROST and England's aspirant STEVE BUTLER, described by BARRY DAVIES and DEREK TALBOT
Squash from Bristol: Inter-City National Championship
The sting... from the futuristic glass box at Brunei's unique old station, Temple Meads - stirrings, no doubt, from the master's grave. STUART STOREY and IAN ROBINSON spot the ball easily.
The best results service in the business - six million people can't be wrong.
Television presentation: Boxing ALAN GRIFFITHS Racing FRED VINER Tennis JOHNNIE WATHERSTON, ALASTAIR SCOTT Badminton BOB DUNCAN Squash HUW JONES Assistant editor Grandstand BRIAN BARWICK Producer Grandstand MARTIN HOPKINS Editor Grandstand JOHN PHILIPS
On Wednesday (BBC1, 10.15 pm Sportsnight) Scotland play the first tag of their game against Australia, the winners of the Oceania group, in the last stage of the qualifying rounds of the World Cap. The match is at Hampden Park and commentator Archie Macpherson believes that Scotland 'really must qualify for Mexico by winning the first game by such a margin that their trip down wider is purely academic'. The problems of the long trip to Australia for the second leg have been heightened by the reluctance of English league clubs to release players for such a long period. Whatever happens though skipper Graeme Souness has a verbal agreement with his club, Sampdoria, and intends to lead his side out in both matches. To anticipate the result of any World Cup game is dangerous, but if Scotland wit by a good margin at home it should see them to Mexico and their fourth World Cap finals in succession.
with Jan Leeming Weather News
A science fiction adventure by JOHN CHRISTOPHER adapted in 12 episodes by CHRISTOPHER PENFOLD
11: Fritz has decided to stay in the City while Will takes his chance leaving by the only possible way out - the underground river!
Music by KEN FREEMAN OB lighting JOHN KING OB sound ALAN TAYLOR Designer MARTIN COLLINS Producer RICHARD BATES
Director CHRISTOPHER BARRY
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Black Guard captain:
by ERIC MERRIMAN and JOHN CHAPMAN starring Terry Scott and June Whitfield
Studio lighting ALAN JEFFERY Studio sound ALAN MACHIN
Designer GEORGE KYRIAKIDES Directed by MARTIN SHARDLOW Produced by ROBIN NASH
starring Noel Edmonds with Mike Smith and special guest star
Paul McCartney presenting his new release 'Spies like us'. The outside broadcast cameras are out and about somewhere in the Midlands. Tonight features the finals of the 1985 Mr Puniverse competition. The Hit Squad team surprise more unsuspecting viewers. Sound DAVID THOMPSON
Lighting CHRIS TOWNSEND Production MICHAEL HURLL
starring Bob Monkhouse
In the llth show of the series, four new contestants attempt to fill their bingo cards.
Bob Monkhouse asks the questions in this fast-moving comedy quiz show.
Game devised by TERRY MARDELL and DAVID MOORE
Sound MICHAEL MCCARTHY Lighting PETER WESSON
Designer GRENVILLE HORNER Director TONY NEWMAN Producer JOHN BISHOP
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starring with and We are the People by DON WEBB
Over a quiet weekend Hartley police have to attend to a drunken Scotsman; missing cats and wedding etiquette - but on Monday Kate has to face danger.
Series created by IAN KENNEDY MARTIN
Script editor JOAN CLARK Designer BOB COVE
Producer GERAINT MORRIS Director FRANK w. SMITH
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Insp Kate Longton:
Sgt Joseph Beck:
Sgt George Parrish:
PC Danny Sparks:
PC Brian Kelleher:
Det Chief Insp Perrin:
by JOHN SULLIVAN starring David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst Happy Returns
A new spark in Rodney's life rekindles an old flame of Del's.
Directed by SUSAN BELBIN Produced by RAY BUTT (R) * CEEFAX SUBTITLES
with Jan Leeming Weather News
Starring Lynda Carter, Steve Forrest
Two days after she takes a volunteer job answering phones at a crisis centre,
Brianne O'Neil receives the first in a series of bizarre and disturbing calls. A man claiming to be a murderer and calling himself 'The Barber' gives her a set of strange clues and riddles about his past crimes.
Brianne is determined to solve the mystery but as the calls become more threatening realises that she is 'The Barber's' next victim....
(First showing on British television)
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continues the season of acclaimed films introduced each week by Barry Norman , tonight starring John Garfield
Frank Chambers , a drifter, is offered a job by Nick Smith in his roadside diner. He's not interested - until he sees
Nick's beautiful wife Cora. Soon the two are lovers, but tortured by their impossible situation they decide on a perfect solution - murder.
This archetypal film noir, is based on JAMES M. CAIN 'S celebrated story, and has
Turner and Garfield perfectly cast as the homicidal lovers.
Screenplay by HARRY RUSKIN and NIVEN BUSCH
Produced by CAREY WILSON Directed by TAY GARNETT
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