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It's Not Just for the Kids A group of mothers in a housing scheme in Paisley run their own playgroup, as much for the mothers as for the children.
Videotape editor MIKE TAYLOR Producer IAN WOOLF (e)
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with Phillip Schofield
One day a wicked fairy came to the palace and put a spell on the princess
Presenter Janet Palmer Guest Fred Harris
Story: Sleeping Beauty (Traditional)
with Paul Alexander
with Geoff Hamilton and Anne Swithinbank
Brian Rittershausen extols the virtues of orchids - how to start a collection.
with Bob Wellings Pattie Coldwell Eamonn Holmes and special guest Sue Lawley with your chance to talk back to the programme makers. Deputy editor CYRIL GATES Editor PETER WEIL BBC Manchester including at
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The roadshow comes to Scotland live from the Falkirk town hall. Joining Tom O'Connor for Burns week are top show-business names from Scotland and further afield. There's a chance for the people of Falkirk to test their general and musical knowledge with The Roadshow Relay Quiz, and Debbie Greenwood goes out and about seeing sights and meeting the people of the area.
Producer PAMELA CREED
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with Martyn Lewis
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Danny is headed for disaster. Max gives Terry a hard time. Daphne goes back to old habits.
This week's cast:
Written by ADRIAN VAN DEN BOK . CAROL DROUYN Directed by MAX VARNEL , MARK PIPER
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Steve Davis v Doug Mountjoy Steve Davis , the world No 1, has been World Champion three times and UK
Champion five times. He has also won just about every other major tournament, including the Masters in 1982. Doug Mountjoy won this tournament once, but that was at his first attempt back in 1977; this year he is ranked No 14.
DAVID ICKE introduces coverage of the best-of-nine-frames match from the Wembley Conference Centre.
A light-hearted musical quiz presented by Barry Cryer Liza Goddard leads the ladies' team and Willie Rushton captains the gentlemen. A live band provides the music as the teams hunt for clues, hidden in the titles of popular tunes, from Irving Berlin to the Beatles.
Musical director LAURIE HOLLOWAY Director ANDREA CONWAY Producer KEITH STEWART
The Big Fix-Up
Valerie not only has to deal with a lovesick son but also a new neighbour with an annoying dog.
Written by RUSS WOODY and RICK mttz
Directed by HOWARD STORM
Phillip Schofield - starting with
Postman Pat: The Sheep in the Clover Field
Phasing sheep isn't really part of a postman's work. (R)
Presenter (Children's BBC):
The Legend of Devil's Run Were there devils aboard when the silver vanished from the rail train? The Teen Angels discover the secret. (R)
by ROALD DAHL
Told by Joss Ackland for Jackanory
A stodgy parent is no fun at all. What a child wants - and deserves - is a parent who is sparky.
Today: My Father's Deep,
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Esteban and his friends flew over the City of the High
Peak and saw the Spanish
Army attacking the Inca city.
With the help of the golden condor, they saved their friends and then left on board the Condor to find the Land of the Mayas.
With Janet Ellis, Mark Curry and Caron Keating
Tom Cat , Bugs Bunny, Bluto - well-known characters who Prove that they are also masters of disguise as Rolf Harris illustrates with three classic cartoons. "oducer DAVID PLATT
Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell present the latest pictures, stories and events of the day from
Britain and around the world. Weather MICHAEL FISH
Linda Mitchell and Caroline Righton bring you all tonight's headlines from London and the south east. Plus all the day's sport from MICHAEL WALE Editor JANE DRABBLE
Live entertainment and inspirational conversation between Terry and his guests, direct from the Television Theatre. Director MICHAEL LEGGO Producer PETER ESTALL
Series producer JOHN FISHER
Another chance to see the first series of programmes in which Dave Lee Travis introduces some famous hit records from the past, helped by various film makers who were asked to present the images that these great old songs evoked for them. This is what they saw. Producer JOHN KING BBC Pebble Mill (R)
Meerkats United Narrated by David Attenborough
In the heart of the Kalahari Desert in Southern Africa, live gangs of meerkats - a kind of mongoose. Despite the hot, hostile landscape these little creatures have devised a way of coming out on top - by teamwork that Manchester United would be proud of. This is the tale of one of those teams. The formidable furry forward-line take on all comers - snakes, scorpions, jackals and, their number one adversary, another team of meerkais.
Photographed by RICHARD GOSS Film editor TOM POORE
Produced by MARION ZUNZ
Series producer DILYS BREESE BBC Bristol
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Daphne has a visitor from
Cheltenham with whom she has everything in common - or does she?
Designer NIGEL CURZON
Produced and directed by JOHN B HOBBS (R)
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John Penycate , John Ware Robin Denselow Robert Harris
Editor DAVID DICKINSON
Tony Meo v Jimmy White
Tony Meo, ranked No 11, will be hoping to be more successful than he has been in recent years in the Masters. He is up against a tough opponent though,
Jimmy White, ranked No 5, current Grand Prix champion. Introduced by DAVID ICKE