with Frank Bough and Selina Scott
Including this morning:
Lynn Faulds Wood presents Danger Watch - a consumer notebook - 8.15;
Glynn's Barrow - weekend shopping and price advice from Glynn Christian;
Alan Titchmarsh answers your weekend gardening queries on [number removed]; plus Steve BlackneU with his regular Friday round-up of pop news and gossip.
Hope to cope with, survive and enjoy your under-5s with Francis Wilson and Miriam O'Reilly
Worries about Hearing and Learning to Talk
'I just keep chatting.... with Dawn I didn't chat enough so I'm not making the same mistake with Lorraine, so I'm chatting as much as I can.'
Directed by STACEY ADAMS
Series producer BERNARD ADAMS (R) From 9.35 am until midday a Helpline is available to provide advice and information.
Ring London [number removed]or Glasgow [number removed]
What a lark in the park Presenter Carol Leader Guest Andrew Secombe Story: Dear Dustman by GENE ZION
Musical director PETER GOSLING Percussion WILL HILL
Director ALISON STEWART
Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
with Richard Whitmore and Moira Stuart
News Headlines with subtitles
Weather News IAN MCCASKILL
with Josephine Buchan Marian Foster and Magnus Magnusson Top photographer
David Redfern shows his pictures of stars and superstars, from
Frank Sinatra to Tina Turner. Keith Floyd and Peter Seabrook are in the garden, looking at barbecue equipment and fish. Music is provided by The Shadows.
Book, Floyd on Fire, paperback £3.95 or hardback 95 published today, available from booksellers.
Introduced by Julian Wilson.
BBCtv cameras cover four races on this charity day in aid of the RNLI.
2.30 The Ultramar Stakes (Handicap, lim)
3.0 The Juddmonte Lockinge Stakes (1m)
Supreme Leader was three lengths too good for Field Hand at Newmarket last month, but now Robert Sangster's horse is fancied to gain his revenge. The winner's prize is more than Â£30,000.
3.30 The Sir Charles Clore Memorial Stakes (lim)
(Continues on BBC2)
Songs, jokes and stories at the seaside with Mike Amatt and his shaggy Old English sheepdog. The Camp
Mop joins the children of Monkseaton Village First School in a treasure hunt, and Mike Amatt tells how
Scroggins was taken down a peg or two.
Writer MIKE AMATT
Assistant producer SID WADDELL Producer DIANE CAMPBELL BBC Manchester (R)
A season of feature films originally made for the cinema by the Children's Film Foundation.
An adventure story about diamond smugglers and a group of children who belong to a radio-controlled model-plane club. Suddenly, the children discover that one of their model planes is missing....
Producer FRANK GODWIN
Director PENNINGTON RICHARDS
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Yabba-dabba-doo! Roll on down to Bedrock to meet that most modern of Stone Age families.
Fred's New Boss
What can you do when your buddy is unemployed and needs money? Fred gives Barney some help, only to walk into work and discover who now gives the orders!
Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell present the latest pictures, stories and events of the day from Britain and around the world followed by Weather News
London Plus, Spotlight Points West, Look East Look North, South Today
North West Tonight Midlands Today
Terry approaches Arcadian aesthetes on arboreal
Shepherd's Bush Green
Tom O'Connor introduces the guessing game where five contestants attempt to baffle the panel with their extraordinary secrets.
Among tonight's guests:
Frank Perry , who reveals his devastating power,
Jannette Tough , Jimmy of the Krankies, gets an unusual surprise on her special day and comic
Norman Collier tells of his big start in life.
Attempting to solve the riddles are Derek Jameson Jan Leeming , Barry Cryer and Sarah Kennedy
Presented by arrangement with MARK GOODSON and TALBOT TV LTD Director PETER FTTTON Producer TIM MARSHALL
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Francesca is confronted by Jason who demands to know the truth about Jeffs father.
Sable makes a pact with her husband, but not before she has won the co-operation of Miles to eliminate competition within the family. Meanwhile, Monica learns of Neil's secret life - from Dominique, who harbours a secret of her own.
Written by DENNIS TURNER Directed by HARRY FALK
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with John Humphrys and Andrew Harvey Regional News
Weekend Weather News
A serial in ten parts written by GEOFF MCQUEEN 1: Home and Dry
Robby Box is nearly there! But is his money safe when 'Mr Poker' flies in from America?
Producer TERENCE Williams Director DAVID REYNOLDS (R)
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Alice Walker and The Color Purple
Alice Walker 's powerful novel The Color Purple won her the Pulitzer Prize for fiction and thrust her into the first rank of contemporary American writers.
It's the story of a 'nearly illiterate black womanchild', told movingly in a series of letters to God, and remarkable not least for its direct and honest approach to lesbian sexuality. Director
Steven Spielberg astonished Hollywood when he bought the film rights.
In a rare interview Spielberg talks about the challenge of translating this controversial book into a popular film. And from her retreat in northern California, and her home town in Georgia, the reclusive Alice Walker speaks to Omnibus about her life, her work and the creative tradition which has nurtured a generation of black women writers.
Film cameraman COLIN CASE Film editor RAY HOUGH Director SAMIRA OSMAN
James Brolin Jill Clayburgh Arizona 1942. A plane carrying the movie star Carole Lombard has crashed. Clark Gable waits anxiously for news of survivors, and as he waits he recalls their tempestuous years together - an affair which threatened to ruin both their careers ...
Jill Clayburgh and James Brolin play the stars in this film version of one of Hollywood's most famous romances.
Screenplay by BARRY SANDLER Produced by HARRY KORSHAK Directed by SIDNEY J. FURIE
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