followed by The Flintstones Groom Gloom
Frank Bough and Sally Magnusson in London with James Cox in Blackpool Providing an insight into the Labour Party Conference. Timetable:
National and international news on the hour and half hour.
Weather forecasts with Francis Wilson at 7.25,7.55,
8.25 and 8.55
Regional news and travel updates at 7.15, 7.45 and 8.15
Coverage of the morning session from Blackpool.
There's always a word for it! Presenter Ben Thomas Guest Elizabeth Watts Story: A Train to Spain by WADE RAY
The Suntory World Match Play Championship from the West Course,
Wentworth JACK NICKLAUS , US Masters Champion and winner of 20 'majors', returns to this great event after a long absence. Eleven other players representing the elite of golf join him. From
LANNY WADKINS , CHIP BECK Japan:
TOMMY NAKAJTMA , 'JET' OSAKI South Africa: NICK PRICE Australia:
GREG NORMAN. RODGER DAVIS : Scotland
SANDY LYLE : England
HOWARD CLARK Spain: SEVERIANO BALLESTEROS Ballesteros, defending champion, Nicklaus and the other seeded players sit it out for today's first-round matches over 36 holes of the famous 'Burma Road' course. Introduced by HARRY CARPENTER
Commentator PETER ALLISS
CUVE CLARK , BRUCE CRITCHLEY ALEX HAY and TONY JACKLIN Producers
FRED VINER and ALASTAIR SCOTT Executive producer HAROLD ANDERSON
with Frances Coverdale and Moira Stuart
News Headlines with subtitles
Written and presented by Mike Amatt. The School
Animation SIMON AND SARA BOR Director SID WADDELL Producer DAVID BROWN BBC Manchester (R)
Coverage of the afternoon session direct from Blackpool.
3: Scragtag is settling into his new home and has even fitted a remote control to his telly. If it works he'll be able to tune in to TTV where there's more cartoon fun with the Wummies, quizzes to solve on Quizzicals and another story from Peregrine Piecrust.
Story: All in a Flap
with Michael Barrymore
The Man Who Made Custard
Today's story is about Archibald O'Flaherty and his attempts to make the perfect custard. Unfortunately he fails, but by doing so he makes his fortune. Sebastian illustrates the story and Michael makes a currant cake.
Sebastian assisted by RICHARD ROBINSON and RICKY GREENE
Devised and illustrated by DAVID MYERS
Music MIKE MCNAUGHT Designer JANET BUDDEN
Producer CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON
with Paul Jones
It's round 15 in the exciting noughts and crosses quiz game. Which school will be eliminated today?
with Janet Ellis, Peter Duncan and Mark Curry
What would you do with 4,000,000 envelopes and parcels of keys, coins and scrap metal? That's the final Lend-An-Ear Appeal total and they've not only been turned into 80 Radio Hearing Aids for deaf children and babies, they've also provided
Britain's first deaf aid lending library - full of the latest equipment for children with hearing problems.
Janet reports from the last of the depot auctions and the new library.
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Little Bamm Bamm
Barney and Betty wish for a little Rubble of their own.
with Nicholas Witchell and Philip Hayton followed by Weather News
Presenting hits and videos from the Top 40 Introduced by Mike Smith
Sound GRAHAM WILKINSON Lighting DEREK SLEE
Designer ADELE MAROLF
Production STANLEY APPEL
by Gerry Huxham.
'Friends. They're the ones who laugh behind your back instead of in your face'. EastEnders line: Bristol [number removed], Cambridge [number removed], Carlisle [number removed], Liverpool [number removed], London [number removed],
Manchester [number removed], Middlesbrough [number removed], Newcastle upon Tyne [number removed], Preston [number removed], Southampton [number removed]
Peter Macann, Maggie Philbin, Howard Stableford and Judith Hann bring you the world of science. This week
Maggie Philbin discovers how in Iceland they're learning to predict when their volcanoes will erupt. And Peter Macann braves the flames to demonstrate that if passengers have the right equipment, many aircraft fires could be survived. Producers MARTIN MORTIMORE DANA PURVIS. VIV KING CYNTHIA PAGE
Studio director JULIE GILBERT Editor RICHARD REISZ
It's 1955: Desmond King, just arrived from Jamaica, sees England as a civilised land of unlimited job opportunities where you can make a fortune faster than Rudyard Kipling can make cakes. Is it possible to be this wrong?
Starring Lenny Henry and Al Ashton, Katy Behean, John Benfield, Nigel Carrivick, Christopher Douglas, John Fortune, Peter Hugo Daly, Victor Maddern, Clive Mantle, Elvis Payne, Andy De La Tour
Written by STAN HEY and ANDREW NICKOLDS Music SIMON BRINT
Make-up LINDA MCINNES Sound LAURIE TAYLOR Lighting FRED WRIGHT Designer VAL WARRENDER Produced and directed by GEOFF POSNER
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Andy de la
with John Humphrys and Andrew Harvey Regional News Weather News
by JOHNNY SPEIGHT starring Warren Mitchell
With the aid of a new jacket full of battle ribbons and Else's wheelchair, Alf and Arthur find themselves in the money - Chair Aid.
Alf Garnett. WARREN MITCHELL Designer
Directed by RICHARD BODEN Produced by ROGER RACE
with Sir Robin Day
In the week of the Labour
Party Conference, Question Time goes to Blackpool where the public have the opportunity to debate the issues of the week with leading politicians. Around the table at the Norcalympia: David Blunkett
TheRtHon Roy Hattersley , MP TheRtHon
Norman Tebbit , MP
The Rt Hon Shirley Williams Director ANN MORLEY
Producer ANNA CARRAGHER Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
with Barry Norman
Top Gun - Tom Cruise is a fighter pilot training with the elite 'Top Gun' corps and Kelly McGillis is one of his instructors. Tom Brook reports from New York on the film's phenomenal success and interviews Tom Cruise.
The Good Father - Anthony Hopkins stars as a father estranged from his wife and son. He vents his feelings of loss and rage through a friend in the same predicament. Director BRUCE THOMPSON Producer JANE LUSH
2: Betting on a Certainty Stanley Ho has so much money that he doesn't know how much he's worth. The source of his wealth, he tells David Lomax , is casinos. Film editor ALEX RICHARDSON Producer BRIAN DAVIES (R) (E)