with Frank Bough, Sally Magnusson and Jeremy Paxman.
Reports from James Cox, Guy Michelmore, Mike Stewart, Penny Bustin, Margaret Gilmore and Peter Marshall.
Despite everything, the finishing school is alive and well and mainly to be found in Switzerland. The finishing of three English girls, Sarah, Francesca and Natalie is the subject of this documentary. Executive producer ROGER MILLS Producer RICHARD DENTON
This week Margo MacDonald takes the lid off the Department of Health and Social Security. How does a local DHSS office work? Does it work for those who use it? (E)
with Children's BBCtv programme news and your birthday greetings.
Presenter Wayne Jackman Guest Janet Palmer
Story: The King who Built a Tower to the Moon (trad)
by BOB GODFREY and STAN HAYWARD The Explorer
Narration Bob Godfrey (R)
with Saeed Jaffrey
This third programme of the series is all about bread and baking. Sarah Brown shows how simple it is to make wholewheat bread, demonstrates a rich bread ring and a cinnamon and carrot cake, and visits a school that is vegetarian. Director PAULA GILDER
Producer JENNY STEVENS (R) (E)
Invites you to give your views on the TV programmes you like - and the ones you don't! The Open Air number is [number removed]
Deputy editor CYRIL GATES Editor PETER WEIL BBC Manchester
from London Heathrow Presented by Mike Smith , Sarah Greene Peter Macann
Live once again to the Control Tower at London
Airport and the Air Traffic Control Centre at West
Drayton for the latest news and information.
Featuring today's 'Woman in Aviation', Paula Peterzan , who provides a chance to see the training and life of an airline stewardess, and a look at the service of the 'Airline of the Year'. There is a special report from the Heathrow Fire Service and a trip on a flight simulator.
with Martyn Lewis
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
A celebration party is held for Jim and Anna. Julie is given an ultimatum.
A See-Saw programme Good Morning Tugs (R)
Shirley Temple Robert Young Alice Faye
Shirley Temple plays an orphan stowaway on a luxury cruiser in this romantic musical comedy. As well as conversing in Chinese and impersonating Eddie Cantor , Ginger Rogers and Al Jolson , the gifted moppet plays cupid in the matchmaking of her benefactors, Tommy and Susan.
Screenplay by WILLIAM CONSELMAN ARTHUR SHEEKMAN , NAT PERRIN Produced by EARL CARROLL, HAROLD WILSON Directed by WILLIAM A. SEITER
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Joanna Lumley looks ahead to the preparations for this year's Children in Need appeal, including Radio 2's marathon broadcasts, a progress report on Radio l's initiative tests, and a foretaste of just a few events up and down the country.
Written and created by:
starring the Chuckle Brothers in Antiques Antics
Written by JOHN SAYLE Music DAVE COOKE
Designer ANDREW WILKINS Producer MARTIN HUGHES BBC Manchester
Cavey Goes to College (R)
by VALERIE GEORGESON from a story by JOAN EADINGTON
The rustling noises continue ... and Albert is in disgrace.
with Roy Castle Fiona Kennedy and Julian Farino
Fiona is on the scene of a fantastic world-record attempt to jump 20 juggernauts on a motorbike, and Roy rounds up some sheep who, baa-ing any problems, will play a vital part in yet another new world record.
Assistant producer SALLY FRASER Producer MICHAEL FORTE
A series of 24 programmes Episode 13 by MARGARET SIMPSON
It's half-term holiday, so Robbie takes Ziggy to see the sights of London - which isn't easy when you're short of cash. Laura and Julia make plans to go to an all-night party, and Zammo gets his hair cut in unusual circumstances.
This week's cast:
Devised by PHIL REDMOND Producer RONALD SMEDLEY Director DAVID BELL (R)
Presented by Angela Rippon With four gold, one silver and two bronze medal-winning teams on the leaderboard already, the eight highest-scoring gold medal teams will compete in the quarter-finals. If there are not eight golds, the highest-scoring silvers will compete, and then on to the bronze medal winners.
Sue Lawley and Philip Hayton present the latest pictures, stories and events
Weather BILL GILES
London Plus, Spotlight
South Today, Points West Look East, Look North North West Tonight Midlands Today
There's another feast of magical television moments tonight - including vintage variety shows and off-beat adventure. Noel Edmonds poses the questions as the search for this year's Telly Addicts hots up.
Director ANNETTE MARTIN Producer TIM MANNING
Executive producer JOHN KING BBC Pebble Mill
by Tony Holland.
'You were a pretty tasty geezer on our first honeymoon. Mr Watts Mark II could eat him for breakfast!'
(For cast see page 73)
Feature: page 3
Produced and directed by:
by JON WATKINS starring William Gaunt and Patricia Garwood
Arthur's and Beryl's plans to get away for a well-earned break are thwarted by unexpected domestic crises.
Designer RICHARD MCNANAN-SMITH Director MARTIN SHARDLOW Producer ROBIN NASH
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Dave (Tracy's boyfriend):
by ANTONY JAY and JONATHAN LYNN starring
Nigel Hawthorne Derek Fowlds in A Victory for Democracy Jim has his first real encounter with the Foreign Office, and finds himself asking whether they are there to carry out government policy or whether they believe the government is there to carry out Foreign Office policy.
An accurate and unexaggerated guide to the way the government works
(ENOCH POWELL , MP)
Chillingly accurate.... not only deserves its popularity but also helps to sustain our democracy
(GERALD KAUFMAN. MP)
Designer VALERIE WARRENDER Produced and directed by SYDNEY LOTTERBY
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with Julia SomerviUe and Andrew Harvey Regional News Weather
starring Dave Allen with SUSIE BAKER , SIMON BARNES
JOAN BAXTER. PETER BLAND
RONNIE BRODY. IAN BURFORD
KIRSTEN COOKE , ROBERT EAST
DOREN GODWIN , JO ANNE GOOD
In the course of making the Dave Allen at Large shows, Dave recorded over 1,000 sketches - here are some of his favourites.
Videotape editor CHRIS WADSWORTH Producer PETER WHITMORE
with Barry Norman
Gregory Hines and Billy Crystal are two undercover cops in Chicago, tracking down a gangster by day and chasing women together at night. Saving Grace: Tom Conti plays a pope who inadvertently finds himself outside the Vatican in civvies and takes the opportunity to meet his people incognito. Director WILLA HANCOCK Producer JANE LUSH
A special two-part episode starring
Return to 'Nam
For a decade, Houston has lived with the nightmare of Vietnam and seeing Roy's son, Will, killed in action.
One day a mysterious woman gives him a photograph of Will and scrawled on the back are the words 'Help me!' So begins a journey to
Cambodia where, for some, the war goes on ...
Too Mean Malone:
Presented by William Woollard
Companies like Volvo and Eka in Sweden have well-organised suggestion schemes. How do they compare with those here in Britain; how many British companies have suggestion schemes; how successful are they; how much do they save and how much do they pay out in awards? Some of the questions at the Industrial Society Conference, when the Industrial Society/BBC competition to find the best suggestion scheme was launched.
Producer BRYN BROOKS (R)