Presenter Sheelagh Gilbey Guest Andrew Secombe Story: Double Trouble by SHIRLEY GEE
Musical director RICHARD BROWN Percussion ALAN GRAHAME Violin STEVE LEVINE Director GREG CHILDS
Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
In the first programme of the series the headmaster told the new pupils that they came to Radley to learn the 'right habits for life'. Now, seven years after the series was filmed, discover if they did.
The children are now adults: the music scholar has become a sculptor, the revolutionary a city broker, the adolescent misfit sells fine art and the A-level candidate has joined the Royal Scots Dragoon
Guards. They talk frankly about their lives, the series and the school which they all have in common.
Photography IAN KENNEDY Sound JULIAN BALDWIN
Producer RICHARD DENTON
It's the Roadshow team's last day in Derby, live from the stage of the Assembly Rooms. Joining Tom are top names from the world of show business and sport, while Debbie Greenwood is out touring the town in search of amazing people.
A Brand New Day
Val leaves Knots Landing to take stock of her life.
In pursuit of justice for her murdered husband, Karen meets a man who will play an important part in her life. Wntten by JOHN PLESHETTE
Directed by NICHOLAS SGARRO
Richard Burton was undoubtedly one of this country's greatest stars. His love of writing, of language and especially of poetry is well known and this major competition to find a new play-writing talent - launched in conjunction with RADIO TIMES and the Royal
Shakespeare Company - is a fitting tribute to his memory. During a gala evening at the RSC's new Swan Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, recently opened by HM The
Queen, Anna Ford announces the winner of the award, chosen from 1,500 entries. Joan Bakewell talks to the four judges - Richard's friend and colleague, John Hurt ; playwright Pam Gems ; director Ron Daniels ; and the RSC's literary manager Colin Chambers - about their choices. Extracts from I the shortlisted plays are performed by members of the RSC and among those presenting the prizes are Robert Hardy
Anthony Hopkins and Sally Burton.
Director ROGER CASSTLES Producer MARY CLYNE
Executive producer JIM DUMIGHAN BBC Pebble Mill
Presented by Mike Smith
Can the stars of Grange Hill guess the contestants' hobbies - or can you?
Panel: Amma Asante, Lee MacDonald,
Ricky Simmonds, Melissa Wilks
Celebrity guest Colin Baker
Signer RICHARD MCMANANSMITH
Director JEREMY SWAN
This week John Craven reports from Cape Canaveral In Florida on The Space Shuttle:
A Grim Anniversary on 28 January last year the World was shocked by the tragic news of the world's worst space disaster. Just 73 seconds after lift-off the space shuttle Challenger exploded, killing its crew of seven. One Year on, John looks at what Went wrong and the lessons learned for the future of the shuttle and manned space flight.
Producer NICK HEATHCOTE Editor ERIC ROWAN
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Fax continues its peace Mission. Sadly, every day someone somewhere falls out with a friend, colleague or relative over a forgotten frame or an elusive fact. The foolish come to blows - the Jest come to Bill Oddie, Debbie Rix and 'Mr Trivia' Billy Butler.
Do you have a 'friend' who needs Fax? Call the Faxline on [number removed]or write to Bill Oddie , [address removed]
Starring Les Dawson
Join Les and his friends in another edition of this popular comedy quiz. Les's special guests this week are Frank Carson, Suzanne Dando, Emlyn Hughes, Janice Long, Mike Nolan, Claire Rayner
Produced in association with Mark Goodson and Talbot TV Ltd
Served with her divorce papers, Sable follows Zack's advice to take her battle out of the bedroom and into the boardroom and strike at
Jason where it hurts most!
Written by DENNIS TURNER Directed by HARRY FALK
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
by Charlie Humphreys
Rockliffe complains about the work load. There are drug dealers, muggers, rapists, murderers, thieves and con-men. What can turn up next?
Series devised by:
Custody Sgt Neil:
Det Insp Phillips:
Det Insp Flight:
With Dustin Hoffman
Ends a season of films starring the renowned screen actor.
Tonight with Steve McQueen
Sentenced to life imprisonment in the infamous Devil's Island prison camp for a murder he did not commit, Henri 'Papillon' Charriere's only passion is to escape. But the lethal jungle and many bleak years of hardship and brutality lie between him and freedom...
Dustin Hoffman appears in a powerful supporting role as Papillon's pickpocket friend Dega.
Screenplay by DALTON TRUMBO and LORENZO SEMPLE JR
Produced by ROBERT DORFMANN and FRANKLIN J. SCHAFFNER
Directed by FRANKLIN J. SCHAFFNER
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