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: Ceefax AM

: Breakfast Time

with Sue Cook and Guy Michelmore Timetable:
News on the hour and half hour read by Sue Carpenter
Francis Wilson looks ahead to the weekend weather at home and abroad at 6.55,
7.25, 7.55, 8.25 and 8.55
Including this morning: Latest reports from the Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh;
Steve Blacknell views the music scene at 7.32;
Alan Titchmarsh takes the gardening phone-in on [number removed]; and Glynn
Christian has some ideas for the weekend's best buys.

Contributors

Unknown: Sue Cook
Unknown: Guy Michelmore
Read By: Sue Carpenter
Read By: Francis Wilson
Unknown: Steve Blacknell
Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh

: XIII Commonwealth Games

Edinburgh 1986 [ntroduced by Desmond Lynam
Including at 1.30 News Headlines
Athletics
A suitably long programme to accommodate the second and third longest events in the Games - the Marathons. The Men begin at 11.0 am - the winners should finish at about 1.8 pm - and the Women start at 11.30 am and will appear back in the stadium shortly before 2.0. The winners - ROB DE
CASTELLA and anyone's guess. Other finals this afternoon in the Pole Vault, Women's
Long Jump, Women's High Jump, Men's Discus and Women's 100m Hurdles, plus Relay heats, and the 1500m men and women aim for the big one on Saturday.
Bowls
The final matches in the Men's Singles (Willie Wood is champion), the Women's
Pairs and Fours (they're new events this time) and the Men's Fours (Australia are defending).
Badminton
Medals for all winners of the play-offs this afternoon. The finals start tonight.
Wrestling
Finals here too tonight, so the grip is definitely tightening.
Shooting
Centre Fire Pistols and the Skeet final.

Contributors

Unknown: Desmond Lynam
Unknown: Willie Wood

: Six O'Clock News

with Nicholas Witchell and Philip Hayton followed by Weather News

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Witchell
Unknown: Philip Hayton

: Wogan

Terry and his guests in conversation live from the culture palace on Shepherd's Bush Green , redolent with the heavy fragrance of honeysuckle and meadowsweet.
Director MARTIN HUGHES Producer PETER ESTALL Series producers
FRANCES WHITAKER , UNO FERRARI

Contributors

Unknown: Bush Green
Director: Martin Hughes
Unknown: Frances Whitaker

: No Place Like Home

by JON WATKINS
It's Only Your Father
All the family leave home. Is this the end of Arthur's problems or only a new beginning?
Designer SHELAGH LAWSON Produced and directed by ROBIN NASH (R)
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Jon Watkins
Designer: Shelagh Lawson
Directed By: Robin Nash
Arthur Crabtree: William Gaunt
Beryl Crabtree: Patricia Garwood
Vera Botting: Marcia Warren
Trevor Botting: Michael Sharvell-Martin
Nigel: Martin Clunes
Tracy: Dee Sadler
Paul: Stephen Watson
Lorraine Codd: Beverley Adams
Raymond Codd: Daniel Hill
Tina: Eve Ferret

: The Colbys

The Outcast
The Colby mansion becomes the scene for a frantic search and Geoff and Fallon's impending remarriage; and is the one place where Sable isn't being spied upon ... Written by DONALD PAUL ROOS Directed by ROBERT SCHEERER
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Written By: Donald Paul Roos
Directed By: Robert Scheerer
Jason: Charlton Heston
Constance: Barbara Stanwyck
Jeff: John James
Francesca: Katharine Ross
Fallon: Emma Samms
Miles: Maxwell Caulfield
Sable: Stephanie Beacham
Monica: Tracy Scoggins
Bliss: Claire Yarlett
Zack: Ricardo Montalban
Garrett: Ken Howard
Dominique: Diahann Carroll

: Nine O'Clock News

with John Humphrys and Andrew Harvey Regional News
Weekend Weather News
BILL GILES

Contributors

Unknown: John Humphrys

: XIII Commonwealth Games

Edinburgh 1986
Introduced by Desmond Lynam
You'll know the finalists for tomorrow's Athletics major, the Men's 1500m, and the Women's too, who won the Pole Vault and Men's Discus, the Women's Long Jump,
High Jump and 100m Hurdles and the winners of the Marathons, but before most of that it's the three big Bs: Boxing, Badminton and Bowls finals. There's
Shooting news and reports and the finals of the Wrestling, leaving the blue riband, the longest race and Auckland 1990 to come.
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Introduced By: Desmond Lynam

: The Late Film: Hunter

starring
John Vernon Steve Ihnat
Fritz Weaver
Edward Binns
A racetrack crash uncovers a fantastic enemy scheme to brainwash a government agent for an unknown purpose.
Hunter, with his unique talent for impersonation, assumes the agent's identity and soon discovers a fiendish plot - a deadly virus is to be released across the USA ...
Screenplay by CLIFF GOULD Produced by BRUCE GELLER Directed by LEONARD HORN
(First showing on British television)
0 FILMS: page 23

Contributors

Unknown: John Vernon
Unknown: Steve Ihnat
Unknown: Fritz Weaver
Unknown: Edward Binns
Play By: Cliff Gould
Produced By: Bruce Geller
Directed By: Leonard Horn
David Hunter: John Vernon
Alain Praetorius: Steve Ihnat
Cirrak: Fritz Weaver
Owen Larkdale: Edward Binns
Anne Novak: Sabrina Scharf
Mishani: Ramon Bieri
Girl: Barbara Rhoades
McDaniel: John Schuck
GriggS TONY: Van Bridge
Alfred Blount: Roger Bowen
Tyson: Woodrow Parfrey
Crew chief: Davey Jones
Dr Abrams: Sheldon Allman
Dr Miles: Edward Flanders
Donnelly: Lawrence Cook
Gunner: Walter Stocker

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