Presenter lain Lauchlan
Guest Sheelagh Gilbey
Story: The Little Red Hen (traditional)
Musical director RICHARD BROWN Percussion TONY MCVEY Woodwind MARTIN FRITH Graphics CLAIRE STANLEY Director SHEILA FRASER
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Narrated by Robert Winston A Child's Arthritis
Vicki [text removed] developed arthritis when she was 3. Her only chance of improvement is surgery - followed by weeks of intensive physiotherapy.
Senes editor DAVID PATERSON Producer HENRY CAMPION (R)
starring in The Never-ending End by CARLA LANE Designer
Produced by DOUGLAS ARGENT (R)
featuring as Mrs Hutchinson:
Gary goes to Dallas for the reading of Jock's will, Val goes to promote her book and Abby goes to cause trouble. Writtenby MANN RUBIN
Directed by LORRAINE SENNA
Written and presented by Johnny Ball
Johnny discovers what to do if a lion visits your camp site when he talks to a school expedition about their recent trip to Kenya, takes on the role of globe-trotter Marco Polo , who travelled to the unknown Orient, and takes a look at the whole business of transport all over the world. Research PATSY TITCOMB
Designer STEPHEN BROWNSEY Production JAIJE TARLETON
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This week Roger Finn reports from Madrid on: The School for Bullfighters
On the outskirts of Madrid is a school for bullfighters, where over 100 children, some as young as 8, are learning the skills of this controversial tradition. Roger meets these young matadors, and reports on the campaign in Spain to ban what protestors have called 'a national shame'. Producer NICK HEATHCOTE Editor ERIC ROWAN
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For the last time in the Present series Bill Oddie ,
Debbie Rix and 'Mr Trivia ' Billy Butler answer your questions.
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starring Les Dawson
Special guests this week: Simon Bates , Hazell Dean Les Dennis , Mike Newman Arlene Phillips
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While Blake and Dex go over plans to break Caress out of her Venezuelan
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as Sammy Jo:
The Bad News and the Good News
How many people in Britain will die of AIDS?
What is safe sex?
Can you get AIDS from Kissing?
A short programme of facts and figures to answer some of the most-frequently asked questions and to dispel some myths about AIDS.
Where did it come from? ls it safe to give and receive blood?
The latest news is presented and yes, there is good news. reducer SIMON CAMPBELL-JONES (Also on BBC2)
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Extra-curricular by Don Webb
Rockliffe is surprised to learn that some members of the squad find him unapproachable. Doesn't he always come to their aid when they need him? And that's just what he has to do when Adams decides to go out on a limb.
Script editor Joan Clark
Videotape editor Ron Bowman
Sound Bill Whiston
Producer Leonard Lewis
Directed by Derek Lister Ceefax Subtitles
Det Insp Charles Flight:
PC Janice Hargreaves:
PC Steve Hood:
PC Keith Chitty:
'Find the Lady' gang:
'Find the Lady' gang:
A Day to Day special
As the I Government steps up the fight against AIDS, a special debate, chaired by Robert Kilroy-Silk , asks whether enough is being done to combat the spread of the disease. What are the moral issues, how effective is the Government's advertising campaign, and what more needs to be done? A nationwide poll commissioned by the BBC has sounded out public opinion. In the Day to Day studio doctors, politicians and those with personal experience of AIDS debate its findings; and from the Open Air phone-room in Manchester, Pattie Coldwell puts your concerns to the experts.
Director LINDA NASH producer JOHN GETGOOD
with Perry King
It's 1957 in Brooklyn, New York. Chico,
Stanley, Butchey and Wimpy are still at high school but fairly unhappy about it. They form a club called the 'Lords' of which they are the only members. Fighting, playing pool and dating the local girls are their main activities. But nothing fasts for ever....
Screenplay by STEPHEN F. VERONA GAYLE GLECKER. MARTIN
Produced by STEPHEN F. VERONA Directed by STEPHEN F VERONA, MARTIN DAVIDSON (Sylvester Stallone in Rocky n tomorrow)
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