Fred Flintstone Woos Again (R)
with Frank Bough
Sally Magnusson and Jeremy Paxman
Reports from James Cox
Mike Stewart , Penny Bustin Guy Michelmore
Peter Marshall and Margaret Gilmore
The consumer show with your interest at heart.
Whatever concerns you, Lynn Faulds Wood and John Stapleton will be on hand to investigate the problems you send them.
Join Robert Kilroy-Silk , his studio audience and guests by ringing the hotline number: [number removed]
This week Margo MacDonald looks at Supplementary
Benefit. Ten million people depend on it but many don't claim the full amount they are entitled to. (e)
Phillip Schofield with programme news and your birthday greetings.
Presenter Carol Chell Guest Stuart Bradley
Story: The Jolly Postman or Other People's Letters by JANET AND ALLAN AHLBERG
by BOB GODFREY
The Abominable Snowman (R)
with Fulton Mackay
Sarah Brown visits vegetarians Dr Rob and Samantha Green and shows how to make two delicious types of pastry using wholewheat flour. 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
with Paul Coia
All you wanted to know about Britain in the 80s is contained on the Domesday discs. Teams compete to win this treasure trove of information.
with Martyn Lewis
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Danny and Scott are in trouble. Max decides to have a 'talk' with Carol Brown. (For cast see page 51. Shown again tomorrow at 10.0 am)
A See- Saw programme Go Train Go (R)
Janet Gaynor Fredric March
Janet Gaynor plays Esther Blodgett , a movie-struck country girl convinced that Hollywood will bring her fame and fortune. But her public life is deeply affected when Norman Maine , a fading movie-idol, falls in love with her. This early version of the film, twice remade as a musical, is a vivid and often harsh portrait of tinsel town in the 30s.
Screenplay by DOROTHY PARKER ALAN CAMPBELL. ROBERT CARSON Produced by DAVID O. SELZNICK
Directed by WILLIAM A. WELLMAN
* FILMS: page 30
Esther Blodgett/Vicki Lester:
Phillip Schofield - starting with Jimbo and the Jet Set Jimbo and the Whale
Written and created by PETER MADDOCKS
Voices PETER HAWKINS and SUSAN SHERIDAN
Directed by KEITH LEARNER (R)
The Chuckle Brothers in Measles 'n ' Motorcycles
... in which a ton-up trickster hits the trail.... Music DAVE COOKE
Designer ANDREW WILKINS Producer MARTIN HUGHES BBC Manchester
There are disappearing race-horses and secret oil-wells when the Teen Angels visit the Kentucky Derby.
Kentucky Cavey (R)
by VALERIE GEORGESON from a story by JOAN EADINGTON
The clay models are safely in the kiln, but Jonny has more serious matters on his mind - Mr Badger has asked to see him.
(For cast see page 52)
with Roy Castle Fiona Kennedy and Julian Farino
Will four new world records tiddle, pull, spin and span their way into the book? All is revealed on today's programme.
Designer JOHN STOUT
Producer MICHAEL FORTE
A series of 24 programmes Episode 17 by MARGARET SIMPSON
More trouble for Zammo,
Danny finds a supporter in Miss Booth, and Ziggy's revenge on Imelda goes wildly wrong. This week's cast:
Devised by PHIL REDMOND Producer RONALD SMEDLEY Director JOHN SMITH (R)
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BLACKPOOL CRICKET CLUB send a team with a qualified Rugby League referee in it.
Overall referee is
Angela Rippon , who takes charge of tonight's games to find the Masterteam of 1986.
with Sue Lawley and Philip Hayton
Weather MICHAEL FISH
London Plus, Spotlight Points West, Look East Look North, South Today
North West Tonight Midlands Today
Medical fact and fiction, chat shows, and a performing elephant are just part of Noel Edmonds 's on-screen challenge for the MONKMAN family from Darlington, as they pit their knowledge against the current champions in tonight's round of the search for the Telly Addicts family of 1986. Director ANNETTE MARTIN Producer TIM MANNING
Executive producer JOHN KING BBC Pebble Mill
by Charlie Humphreys.
'But you need a honeymoon. A honeymoon is to find out about each other'.
(For cast see page 77)
Last of the present series by ANTONY JAY and JONATHAN LYNN starring Paul Eddington Nigel Hawthorne Derek Fowlds in One of Us
MI5 drops a bombshell. The papers of a recently-deceased ex-head of MI5 show he was at one stage spying for Russia. Worse still, he was investigated and cleared by an internal civil service committee of inquiry headed by Sir Humphrey Appleby.
"The programme presents the battles that undoubtedly do take place in Whitehall between ministers and civil servants in a beautifully British manner.... the truth is far more disturbing than anything seen on the screen." (BRIAN SEDGEMORE. MP) Designer GLORIA CLAYTON Produced and directed by SYDNEY LOTTERBY
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Director General of MI5:
Julia Somerville and Andrew Harvey present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad
Regional News Weather
Dave Allen with PETER BOND , RONNIE BRODY
KEITH DRINKEL. ROBERT EAST
DOREN GODWIN. PETER HAWKINS
PAUL MCDOWELL , CHRIS SERLE RALPH WATSON
In the course of making the Dave Allen at Large shows, Dave recorded over 1,000 sketches. Here are some he has picked out as his favourites.
Videotape editor CHRIS WADSWORTH Producer PETER WHITMORE
Written and narrated by Ian Wooldridge
The current America's Cup battle in the heaving waters off Perth, Western Australia, is the most costly single event in sporting history. America's obsession to get it back, Australia's determination to cling on to it, and the efforts of five other nations, including Great
Britain, to sink them both - all adds up to a 200 million dollar challenge. And that's Just the cost of the boats, their sails and their crews. It is costing a further 100 million to stage the event. Why such passion about a boat race? In the first of three films that take an in-depth look at the America's Cup phenomenon, Ian Wooldridge returns to Newport, Rhode Island, and the New York Yacht Club to discover the stunning effect of that historic night in September 1983, when Australia prised the trophy out of America's keeping after 132 years. Film editor DAVID THOMAS Produced by BOB SAUNDERS
Executive producer TIM SLESSOR
with Barry Norman Labyrinth: starring
David Bowie , directed by Jim Henson , who creates a fairy-tale world of adventure and strange creatures. Just Between Friends: which examines the deteriorating relationship between two women when they realise they are sharing the same man.
Mary Tyler Moore plays the wife in this bizarre triangle. Director BRUCE THOMPSON Producer JANE LUSH
Presented by William Woollard
Motivating people to improve their work and working life is a full-time job. Suggestion schemes, with financial rewards for good ideas, are highly thought of, but some firms believe that quality circles, which don't usually pay, are a better solution.
To what extent does money control the system?
Should workers be rewarded for good ideas or should it be part of the job?
Researcher KAREN EDWARDS Film editor ANDY KEMP
Producer BRYN BROOKS (e)
Let's Call it Love
Extreme measures are called for when Joe and Rhoda decide they want to spend more time together ... alone. Written by COLEMAN MITCHELL and GEOFFREY NEIGHER
Directed by TONY MORDENTE (R)