with Frank Bough Sally Magnusson and Jeremy Paxman plus Bob Friend 's view of life across the Atlantic. Reports from
JAMES COX, PENNY BUSTIN MARGARET GILMORE PETER MARSHALL GUY
MICHELMORE MIKE STEWART and BILL NEELY
Braving the Hot Seat today is Michael Weir of the Retail Consortium fending off whatever customer complaints you may have about service in the big High Street stores.
Join Robert Kilroy-Silk , his studio audience and guests as they discuss a topic that touches your life.
Margo MacDonald looks at the rights of private tenants. (e)
Phillip Schofield with programme news and your birthday greetings.
Five piglets help create a farmyard feel today,
'and on this farm there was a goat - who quacked' Presenters
Ben Thomas and Carol Chell Story:
'Quack!' said the Billy-Goat by CHARLES CAUSLEY (R)
Very Behind the Times by ELISABETH BERESFORD
Told by Bernard Cribbins (R)
with Dora Bryan
with Pattie Coldwell Bob Wellings and Eamonn Holmes with special guest
Julia Smith , producer of EastEnders. including at
Join Tom for the best of British show business, live from the Cambridge Corn Exchange, and Debbie Greenwood goes
'out-and-about' to meet the people of the city.
with Martyn Lewis Weather BILL GILES
Jim has a talk with Philip Martin. Shane lets Terry down in more ways than one.
(For cast see page 46. Shown again tomorrow at 10.5 am)
A See-Saw programme with Fred Harris
Today it's the chock-a-bloke who puts the block into the Chock-a-Block block slot and rocks the rock-a-blocks to find words that ring Chock-a-Block's rhyme chime. Music PETER GOSUNG
Designer MARY PENLEY-EDWARDS
Producer MICHAEL COLE (R)
David Soul with Bo Brundin Jill Eikenberry Slim Pickens
Jesse Swan , once a world-class skier, is battling back from disgrace. At first ignored, he suddenly finds himself in demand when he proves he is still a contender in the qualifying runs of the Hawaiian Tropic Cup. Pursued by sponsors and beautiful women, he faces the possibility of being corrupted by his own success. David Soul does his own ski-ing in this drama, set in the world of professional sport with its rivalry, glamour, excitement and danger ...
Screenplay by MICHAEL MANN RON KOSLOW. JEFFREY BLOOM Produced by RENEE VALENTE and DAVID SOUL Directed by JERRY LONDON
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Presented by Jimmy Savile A series which shows how many serious child accidents are preventable.
Children Can't Fly Director JULIA DRUM
Producer PETER RIDING (R) (e)
Phillip Schofield - starting with Stilgoe's On
Presenter Richard Stilgoe The programme is about Spots and dots and Fred Harris is the guest who proves that all people on TV are dotty!
Patrick Stilgoe also appears today but he's definitely not dotty! Music by RICHARD STILGOE Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Producer PIPPA DYSON (R)
by KENNETH GRAHAME
Read by Bernard Cribbins for Jackanory Parti
When a dragon is discovered in a cave on the Downs, the villagers are in panic. Only one boy knows the truth about the dragon....
Written by BERNIE KAY Music by DAVE COOKE
Produced and directed by TERRY WARD (R)
by JEAN BUCHANAN
While talking to the bees one day, Princess Petronella meets a lute-player. King
Amaranth, on the other hand, meets a seamstress....
Executive producer ANGELA BEECHING Director
ROGER SINGLETON TURNER (R)
by ALLAN BAKER
First of three parts File 1
A diver works secretly while the Sea Shepherd is prepared for its voyage to the Baltic. Charlie and Daniel step on to the docks and become embroiled in a mystery involving millionaire businessman Richard Avery , who seems to be under surveillance - but by whom - and for which side?
Camera supervisor FRANK SHEPHERD Lighting GEOFF STAFFORD Designer GRAEME THOMSON
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director MARGIE BARBOUR
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The Video Quiz
This week: the semi-finals and tonight it's
DR CHALLONER'S GRAMMAR, Buckinghamshire against ST ANDREW 'S high, Croydon.
Debbie Greenwood finds out who are the video victors in this knock-out tournament to seek out the First Class of 1987. Designer JIM LONGMunt Director justin c. ADAMS Producer ANNE SOMERS
Series producer CHARLES NAIRN BBC Scotland
Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey present the latest pictures, stories and events of the day.
Weather Michael Fish
London Plus, Spotlight
South Today, Points West Look East, Look North North West Tonight Midlands Today
Tonight's guest star,
Madeline Kahn , makes a big mistake when she pays Gonzo a compliment which he takes as a gesture of love. Kermit tap-dances his way through 'Happy feet' and Animal gives a solo performance of 'A foggy day in London town' on drums!
Producer jim HENSON
High Noon for Calhoun
A man has to do what a man has to do and when one attempt to protect his family fails, J.R. is forced to act out an Old West showdown in modern California.
Meanwhile, back at the ranch, Miss Ellie and Clayton decide to head for the hills.
Written and directed by DAVID PAULSEN
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as Miss Ellie:
as Sue Ellen:
B D Calhoun:
Anne Robinson with your comments in the programme you help to write.
Producer VICKJ MARRIOTT Please send letters to:
Points of View, BBCtv Centre. London W12 8QT
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by the Labour Party (Also on BBC2 at 10. 50 pm)
with Julia Somerville and Andrew Harvey
Regional News; Weather
Before Your Time
A light-hearted look at the origins of Kenny Everett from 'Big Bang' to birth.
Cosmic space-time controller John Westbrook gets a red alert when Kenny tries to grow a human being in his garden tub.
John finds our experimenter is no threat to creation, so he transports him around the galaxy through various dimensions, accuses him of being Brigitte Bardot 's husband, throws him out of a balloon and whisks him back to the beginning of time - all to show how a human being really is made.
Producer LAURIE JOHN
Series editor DAVID FILKIN
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Introduced by Steve Rider
International Football from Madrid
Highlights of England's important friendly against Spain in the Bernabeu Stadium. Barcelona manager TERRY VENABLES joins JOHN MOTSON in the commentary box for the first meeting between the two sides since a 0-0 draw on the same ground put England out of the 1982 World Cup.
It's a busy night for football with WALES and NORTHERN IRELAND also in action, and SCOTLAND facing a vital
European Championship match against the REPUBLIC OF IRELAND at Hampden Park.
Britain's world welterweight champion, Lloyd Honeyghan, enjoys surprises. His flamboyant lifestyle outside the ring has already raised eyebrows, and last September he raised a few more by demolishing Don Curry in Las Vegas. On Sunday,
Honeyghan defends his title for the first time, and tonight he talks to Harry Carpenter about his career, and assesses his Wembley opponent, the six-foot tall American southpaw JOHNNY BUMPHUS. Television presentation: Football TVE, Spain
Boxing WENDY SHEPPARD
Producer CHARLES BALCHIN Editor JOHN ROWLINSON