with Frank Bough and Debbie Greenwood 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 from local BBC studios at
6.57, 7.27, 7.57,8.27
Two thousand 18-year-olds are about to enter Liverpool University. They are saying goodbye to a way of life - school, parents, home. They stand on the threshold of adulthood and an adventure that is daunting and exciting. It is particularly difficult for
Gillian Wake. She is blind.
Somehow she must cope in a sea of young people all intent on themselves. She seeks solace in the Kop at Anfield, where the surge and murmur of the crowd brings a closeness that a campus cannot match.
Film cameraman JOHN GRAY Producer MICHAEL WALDMAN
Paul Clark and Eileen Evason answer your questions on social security problems.
BBC Northern Ireland
with Children's BBCtv programme news and your birthday greetings.
What's inside an empty tin? What do you blow when you blow?
Presenter Carol Chell Guest Simon Davies
Story: Mrs Lather 's Laundry by ALLAN AHLBERG and ANDRE AMSTUTZ
Musical director PAUL READE Woodwind MARTIN FRITH Graphics CLAIRE STANLEY Film editor ADELE REUBEN
Photographer JOHN JEFFORD Producer PENNY LLOYD
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
by BOB GODFREY and STAN HAYWARD The Artist
Narration BOB GODFREY (R)
A thought for the day with Joanna Lumley
A series of films set in one of Britain's top boarding schools for boys.
Schoolmastering is Just Acting D F. 'Goldie' Goldsmith, MA (Oxon) and sub-warden of Radley, is the scourge of the third 11 and the ayatollah of the fourth form. He owes his success as coach and pedagogue to his distinctive and eccentric style of teaching. But in his 30th year at Radley 'Goldie' takes stock of his position. He applies and is accepted as headmaster of another school. It is the end of one of Radley's best-loved institutions.
Film editor TONY HEAVEN producer RICHARD DENTON (R)
Alan Titchmarsh joins
Pattie Coldwell and Eamonn Holmes for the weekend edition of Open Air - your chance to talk back to those responsible for your week's viewing.
The Open Air open line number is [number removed]
Today Nick Ross talks to George Melly
with Martyn Lewis
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
continues the story of life in a Melbourne suburb.
It begins as just another day in Ramsay Street but culminates in a tragedy that could change Shane and Danny's lives forever.
(For cast see Monday page 54)
(Shoumagain next Mondayat 9.5am)
A See-Saw programme by DAVID MCKEE
King RoUo learns how to lace up his new shoes.
Narration RAY BROOKS Animation LEO BELTOFF (R)
A See-Saw programme by JOANNE AND MICHAEL COLE Gran Gliding
Narrated by PATRICIA HAYES Jim visits Gran and persuades her to come with him to fly his kite. But something else catches Gran's eye.
Music and lyrics by BRYAN DALY Animation by DEREK MOGFORD Designed and directed by IVOR WOOD (R)
by CARLA LANE and MYRA TAYLOR starring and Look Before You Leap
Designer ALLAN ANSON
Produced by SYDNEY LOTTERBY (R)
Val has finished a writing project entitled: 'A Family in Texas.' When Abby reads it she sees an opportunity to cause trouble and loses no time in doing so. Written by JAMES HOUGHTON AND MONA HOUGHTON Directed by RANDA HAINES
A family quiz hosted by Emlyn Hughes
The current challengers are James Colgan 's team from
Bridlington. The challenging teams are made up by Claire Martin-Flaven from Nuneaton, who brings her mother Wendy and her great uncle Frank Harvey , and Jennifer Barclay from
Lanark, with her sister Karen and father Robert.
They will be playing a strategic board game, with the moves dependent on correct answers to a wide variety of questions put by Dr Sue Kingsman of Trinity College, Oxford.
The winners of the boara game go on to play a computer game for prizes. Director JEREMY MILLS
Producer HENRY MURRAY
Phillip Schofield - starting with:
Whizz: To the Future
Music PETER GOSLING
Video effects DANNY POPKIN
Production PIPPA DYSON (R)
4.10 SuperTed: SuperTed in the Arctic
4.15 Beat the Teacher with Paul Jones
Today's the day of the Grand Final when the highest-scoring pupil in the Champion of Champions week tries to beat the highest scoring teacher. Don't miss it! Devised by Clive Doig
Director GREG CHILDS Producer JUDY WHTTFIELD
4.30 Cheggers Plays Pop
starring Keith Chegwin with Michelle Kennedy and Sue
Wayman Cheggers bounces on to the screen with chart-topping bands, games, quizzes and this week's special mystery guest star.
Designer BARRY ROACH Executive producer PETER RIDSDALE SCOTT
Director JONATHAN BULLEN Producer MARTIN HUGHES
5.0 John Craven's Newsround
5.10 Grange Hill
A series of 24 programmes. Episode 10 by SARAH DANIELS
The temporary classrooms arrive and nearly squash Mr Bronson's car. Ziggy gets a letter from Buckingham Palace, but Gonch and Hollo try to improve it a little. This week's cast:
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Presented by Angela Rippon Tonight Bournemouth and Swavesey, near Cambridge, send teams to try out their skill. Their Spotlight subjects include cinema, the 1960s and food and drink. Any team can win up to four games and could qualify for the quarter-finals.
with Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell Weather MICHAEL FISH
London Plus, Spotlight
South Today, Points West Look East, Look North North West Tonight Midlands Today
With his insouciant 'je ne sais quoi' Terry creates a synthesis of ad lib bonhomie and extempore camaraderie. Director TONY NEWMAN Producer PETER ESTALL
Series producer FRANCES WHITAKER
starring Les Dawson
Les welcomes you to another edition of the comedy quiz game full of fabulous prizes. His special guests this week are Roy Barraclough
Rustie Lee , Jan Leeming Linda Nolan , Paul Shane Jeff Stevenson
Produced in association with MARK GOODSON and TALBOT TV LTD Sound BOB FOLEY
Lighting ALAN JEFFERY Designer CHRIS WEBSTER Director BRUCE MILLAR
Producer STANLEY APPEL
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Last in the present series starring
Sable's life hangs in the balance after the accidental shooting aboard Zack's yacht. But that tragedy is only the start of the Colbys' problems....
Written by WILLIAM BAST and PAUL HUSON
Directed by HARRY FALK
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with John Humphrys and Andrew Harvey Regional News
starring in The Carve Up by MICHAEL AITKENS and featuring Guest stars
Still barred from the boardroom, Jack is determined to prevent rash business dealing by his brother Philip. But someone is prepared to go to great lengths to stop Jack's interference.
Film editor MARTIN SHARPE Designer PHIL ROBERSON Photography ALEC CURTIS Created and produced by ROBERT BANKS STEWART
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Det Sgt McBride:
Sir Basil Kinthly:
Cannon in Flowers
A film about Poland and the music of Frederic Chopin. When General Jaruzelski imposed martial law on Poland in 1981 their national radio and TV were ordered to play Chopin continuously, in an attempt to keep the nation calm. But the composer
Schumann, in an earlier age of oppression saw the irony: 'If the Tsar knew what a dangerous enemy he had in these simple, romantic pieces, he would forbid them altogether. Chopin's music is cannon hidden in flowers.' For the Poles, Chopin has always seemed in tune with their own chequered, and too often tragic, history. This film, commissioned by Omnibus from Polish director WITOLD STARECKI, shows how Poland yesterday and today uses, needs and interprets the music of its greatest composer. It becomes a portrait of the Polish people, and their obsession with Chopin, filmed at an autumn Chopin festival, during a month of performance, competition and argument. Film cameraman WIT DABAL
Sound recordist WISLAW ZNYK Film editor PETER ROSE
Executive producer LESLIE MEGAHEY Director WITOLD STARECKl
The CIS Insurance
United Kingdom Indoor
Singles Bowls Championship Form suggests that the fourth quarter-final will be between flat green's successful performer TONY ALLCOCK and NOEL BURROWS , crown green's star of both codes, but bowlers of the class of WILLIE WOOD would have had to have been one of their victims in earlier rounds. DAVID ICKE introduces highlights of this last quarter-final match this evening from the Guild Hall, Preston.
A dramatised account in five parts
2: 1930. In a world gripped by the Depression nations look to their sporting heroes, but while Australia rejoices in Bradman's exploits, England lies stunned as he shatters her cricketing supremacy. For Jardine the only thought is of how history will judge the man who beats Bradman. Written by TERRY HAYES and DENNY LAWRENCE
Directed by GEORGE OGILVIE and DENNY LAWRENCE (Part 3 tomorrow )
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