Come out in the snow
Do you like it Yes or no?
Presenter Elizabeth Watts Guest Brian Jameson Story: Snow by ROY mckie and P.D. EASTMAN Musical director IAN SMITH Film editor ADELE REUBEN Director MARTIN FISHER
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
The Baby Who Couldn't Swallow
Narrated by Robert Winston
Gary [text removed] was 24-hours-old when it was discovered he couldn't feed properly. Only emergency surgery could save his life.
Producer HENRY CAMPION
Series editor DAVID PATERSON
Special guest Zsa Zsa Gabor
Svengali Val gets a new publicity agent - can she trust him? Written by OLIVER CLARKE
Directed by NICHOLAS SGARRO
Helen Rollason reports on The High-flyers of the Washhouse Gym
A gymnastics boom is happening in a converted washhouse in Toxteth, Liverpool. The Park Road Centre of Gymnastic Excellence boasts some of the country's brightest hopes.
And it has just played host to top coaches from Russia in search of the new world stars. Director SUSIE STAPLES Editor ERIC ROWAN
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with Bill Oddie , Debbie Rix and 'Mr Trivia ' Billy Butler
Faxline [number removed]or write to: Bill Oddie , Fax, BBCtv, PO Box 173,
Manchester M60 1FA "esigner DAVID WILSON
Studio director MARTIN HUGHES Producer ALAN WALSH
Starring Les Dawson
Les welcomes you to another edition of the comedy quiz game full of fabulous prizes. His special guests this week are Cherry Gillespie, Deryck Guyler, Aimi MacDonald, Jean Rook, Peter Stringfellow, Charlie Williams
Produced in association with Mark Goodson and Talbot TV Ltd
Alexis hungers for new
Passions as she loses patience With Ben's underhand ways. Blake and Krystle fly to Caracas on a fact-finding mission, and Michael is caught in the act....
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Ghetto-blasters by RICHARD O'KEEFFE
There's a tense situation in the black community. A man has died as a result of using a deadly drug - in police custody. Rockliffe and Flight think they know who the dealer is, but if they act will there be worse trouble?
Series devised by RICHARD O'KEEFFE Script editor JOAN CLARK
Costume designer DENNIS BRACK Syke-up designer ANN MCEWAN f™ducer LEONARD LEWIS
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On the eve of Valentine's Day a film dedicated to The Kiss, narrated by George Segal.
This documentary will tell you everything you didn't realise you wanted to know about kissing - about the first screen kiss, the Actor's Kissing
School, the lipstick-testing kissing machine and the speed-kissing champions; about what happens to your body when you kiss, how to catch a criminal through his
'kiss prints', and why we want to kiss each other anyway.
Social kisses, political kisses, loving kisses, one thing is clear - a kiss is never 'just a kiss*
Photography JOHN ELSE, REX MAIDMENT
Film editor RICHARD BRUNSKILL Executive producer JENNY BARRACLOUGH
Producer ROBYN WALLIS
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starring Tony Curtis
Agent Marvin Lazar has had a bad day - he's been fired by his last remaining client, his business has gone broke and the only message on his answerphone is from his ex-wife demanding maintenance. But out of the corner of his eye he sees that the notorious junior netball team The Bad News Bears are looking for sponsors for a trip to Japan. Marvin smells a scheme, and the chance to make a packet.
Screenplay by BILL LANCASTER
Produced by MICHAEL RITCHIE Directed by JOHN BERRY
(First showing on British television) ● FILMS: page 18
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