with Frank Bough Sally Magnusson and Jeremy Paxmam TM:e<oMg.'
News on the hour and half hour
Weather at 7.25, 220.127.116.11 and 8.55 with Francis Wilson
News, weather and travel from local BBC studios at
Sports news with Sally Jones
Renee Feather and Bill Edmondson have spent all their working lives in the textile mills of North
Lancashire - but today is their last day. 'I don't want to retire', says Renee. 'but I've had to.' Renee and Bill have seen many changes since they both began working at the age of 14. 'There are only two mills left in Nelson today, but when I started there was one on every corner.'
As they face the new world ot retirement, how do Renee,
Bill and their families see the future in their beloved Lancashire?
Narrator Lindsay Anderson Producer NORMAN SWALLOW Editor EDWARD MRZOEFF
Paul Dark and Eileen Evason answer your question on social security problems.
BBC Northern Ireland
Paul Dark Presenter: Eileen
with Children's BBCtv programme news and your birthday greetings.
Presenter Wayne Jackman Guest Jajiet Palmer
Story: Mat/ We S/eep Here Tonight? by TAN KOIDE
Musicat director JONATHAN COHEN Woodwind PHIL TODD Percussion WILL HILL Bass PHIL CHILDS
Graphics CLAIRE STANLEY
Photography JOHN JEFFORD Director FAY WOOLF
Producer PENNY LLOYD
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
with Saeed Jaffrey Producer RALPH ROLLS
A series of ten documentary films set in one of Britain's top boarding schools for boys. 4: Times Have Changed
There are no girls at Radley College-and 600 boys maturing fast. But these days girlfriends have come in from the cold. and schoolgirls are bussed in regularly to the College's dances - Scottish and disco. If all else fails there are pin-ups and exhausting afternoons on the river and the rugger field.
Executive producer ROGER MILLS
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]
from London Heathrow presented by Mike Smith
Sarah Greene. Peter Maeajm The conclusion of the aviation week with stewardess Paula Peterzan in Australia and Captain John Stevens returning from Milan.
The final statistics on the 757. Aime Cranfield is the captain of a 1-11 jet airliner and the final 'Woman in Aviation'.
A look at the future of flying. Take a trip by helicopter over London and discuss points raised by both passengers and viewers.
Engineering manager PETER WEBB Communications MIKE JORDAN Directors TIM MARSHALL rjEIL ECCLES. DAVID PICKTHALL
Producer PETER HYLTON CLEAVER
(Just Another Day Kts«s Heathrow a<
9.0pm on BBC2)
with Martyn Lewis
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Shane saves Danny's life. Lucy owns up to a lie.
A See-Saw programme
A See-Saw programme
Gran's Pets (r)
by Carla Lane and Myra Taylor
starring guest stars
Karen has to make a decision about her future. Abby uses her wiles on a US senator. Written by SARA ANN FMEDMAN Directed by ALEX SINGER
Hosted by Emlyn Hughes.
A new family quiz played as a strategic board game with moves dependent on correct answers to questions put by Dr Sue Kingsman of Trinity College, Oxford.
In today's games the reigning champions are Jennifer Barclay's team from Lanark. The challengers are Michelle Noonan, from Coventry, with her mother Veronica and father David; and Mark Chiappino from Southampton with brother Neil and father Ray.
Phillip Schofield - starting with
Jimbo and the Jet Set: Jimbo Down Under
with Johnny Ball
When the white kitten with green eyes returns, then you know it's time for another tale from Johnny about adventures down on the farm. Today Philomena and Boniface find a new friend. Animation
Semafor Studios Film Polski
English adaptation Robin Haldane Producer Greg Childs
Trouble in Space (part 2) (R)
Told by Tony Robinson Achilles' Heel
Achilles is niggled when
Trojan spears make a six-foot hedgehog out of his best chum. Odysseus persuades him to take revenge.
Producer ANGELA BEECMNG Director DAVID BELL
A series of six real-life animal adventures
2: T'/:e OKer'x TMestarring otter
Vydra the otter fishes her river alone, until her privacy is invaded by Lut, a roving male otter.
Vydra leads Lut into a series of adventures until finally his very life is at risk - trapped underwater! Photography MAMUCE TIBBLES Series producer MIKE BEYNON Producer RON MARTIN BBCBrMtoi
the voice of Vydra the otter:
Lut the otter:
A series of 24 programmes Laura and Julia have a surprise when they arrive at the all-night party and meet two dishy Swedish boys, but not as big a surprise as Roland when he goes looking for Zammo.
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Presented by Angela Rippon THE HOLUES from Derbyshire and TRIPLE CONNECTION from London are in the studio ready to take on the winners of the previous game. The categories in the Spotlight include classical music and living world. Lighting JOHN GREEN
Programme associate ROSALIND GOLD Director PETER FtTTON
Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell present the latest pictures. stories and events from
Britain and around the world. Weather BILL GILES
London Plus, Spotlight
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BBC radio and television studios throughout the country link up to bring the climax to this year's appeal. Terry Wogan and Sue Cook introduce a star-studded evening of entertainment. Last year over Â£1.5 million was raised and this money has now been distributed to deprived or handicapped children throughout the UK. Every penny raised goes in direct help to the children, and tonight's programmes include reports on a wide variety of projects that have been helped by your generosity last year.
Phone in with your pledge, make a donation, and join in the fun of this very special evening.
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Sarah Greene and Mike Read join Terry and Sue to introduce winning acts from the Saturday SuperStore superstars.
Young people from all over the country add their talents to the appeal and bring the latest news from their own regions.
Terry Wogan with more celebrity guests taking your calls and joining in the fun. Sue Cook brings you the latest totals and news of your pledges as the appeal gains momentum.
Roy Castle joins the team and ttnks up with tap dancers all over the country to break a World record and set new records for this year's
C/MMren tn Need appeal.
John Humphrys and Andrew Harvey
Present the days news with BBC teams at home and abroad
Weekend Weather BILL GILES
Terry Wogan and Sue Cook introduce the second part of this evening's entertainment on BBC1 with celebrities
Joining in the fun and taking Your calls.
AH BBC TV and radio stations are on air to receive Your pledges and bring reports on how the appeal is Progressing.
Esther Rantzen joins the team to bring some remarkable stones, on film and in the studio, of young people who have shown extraordinary courage and determination.
Terry Wogan and Sue Cook bring the latest news from
TV and radio stations as the pledges for this year's appeal pour in. Entertainment too from studios and outside broadcasts all over the country.
Cliff Morgan reports on the pioneering work of Riding for the Disabled, now celebrating 21 years of charitable work.
HRH The Princess Anne talks about her work as president of the charity and about the many ways in which handicapped people of all ages are being helped to lead a richer life.
The Last Lap
Terry Wogan and Sue Cook plus a host of BBC celebrities link up with radio and television stations all over the country to bring you entertainment and excitement as the phones ring and viewers and listeners join in. As midnight approaches the pledging continues in a bid to beat last year's record grand total. Phone in with your pledge and help us help Children in Need.