With Frank Bough Sally Magnusson and Jeremy Paxman
with Lynn Faulds Wood and John Stapleton
with Robert Kilroy-Silk
with Paul Clark and Eileen Evason Editor KEITH BAKER
BBC Northern Ireland
Phillip Schofield with Programme news and your birthday greetings.
Presenter lain Lauchlan Guest Elizabeth Watts Story: Spring from
Frog and Toad are Friends by ARNOLD LOBEL
Musical director RICHARD BROWN percussion tony MCVEY Woodwind MARTIN FRITH director SHEILA FRASER
Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE (R)
Paddington and the Cold Snap (R)
with Alan Bennett Producer RALPH ROLLS
Narrated by Robert Winston
When Stephen Agnew was mugged, a knife cut his carotid artery and jugular vein. The wound sealed itself, but he still has a life-threatening lesion in his neck.
A new technique developed by Professor David Allison allows Stephen's wound to be operated upon from within his blood vessels.
Series editor DAVID PATERSON
Producer MAX WHITBY
The Open Air open line number is [number removed]including at
12.0 News and Weather
Today Tom and Debbie say goodbye to Bradford. On the stage of the Alhambra
Theatre, Tom runs the final of this week's Roadshow
Relay and Debbie takes her last 'out and about' around the Bradford area.
Producer PAMELA CREED BBC Pebble Mill
with Martyn Lewis Weather BILL GILES
Daphne comes face to face with her intruder.
by CARLA LANE starring
Love 'em-and Almost Leave 'em
Designer IAN RAWNSLEY
Produced by DOUGLAS ARGENT (R)
Abby has to make an agonising moral decision. Laura and Ciji become friends.
Written by Oliver CLARK
Directed by JOSEPH B. WALLENSTEIN
Hosted by Emlyn Hughes A family quiz played as a strategic board game with moves dependent on correct answers to questions put by Dr Sue Kingsman. Director JEREMY MILLS
Producer HENRY MURRAY
Phillip Schofield - starting with Corners
Presented by Simon Davies and Tracy Brabin with Jo Korna
What's the latest on dinosaurs? How does television work? Where does a letter go when you post it?
Puzzled? Find some answers with Tracy and Simon in Comers.
Producer GREG CHILDS
Series producer ANNE GOBEY Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE
Questions to: Comers, BBCtv, London W128QT
by JANET AND ALLAN AHLBERG told for Jackanory by Bernard Cribbins Part 2
Designer MARY GREAVES
Producer ANGELA BEECHING Director CHRISTINE SECOMBE
Last in the present series Written and presented by Johnny Ball with special guest Aled Jones Why Not You!
Johnny meets a successful singer, a budding dentist, a young author and sixth-form business operators to find out what makes them get up and go.
Johnny gets up and goes somewhere dark, wet and very busy at 5 o'clock in the morning!
Research PATSY TTTCOMB
Designer STEPHEN BROWNSEY Production
JANE TARLETON. SALLY FRASER For fact sheet send large sae to: [address removed]
The Newsround team takes a closer look at one of the big stories, events or personalities making eye-catching news. This week: Project Tiger
John Craven goes searching for tigers in an Indian valley that's been handed over to wildlife, and reports on the success of Project Tiger - the scheme to save these magnificent animals from extinction. The project runs a dozen special reserves where tigers are protected and numbers have doubled in the past few years.
Producer NICK HEATHCOTE Editor ERIC ROWAN (R)
A series of six programmes by CHRIS BARLAS
2: The Godfather
The Sheltons' old friends
Jack and Molly have arrived for the christening of baby Paul. Their son Ian takes Sandy to a disco, with unexpected results.
(For cast see page 56. Part 3 next Tuesday) (R)
with Nicholas WitcheU and Philip Hayton
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Join Terry and his guests for conversation and entertainment, live from the Television Theatre.
With a chance to see two more entries for
A Song for Europe.
starring Les Dawson in the last of the present series. His special guests this week are: Lionel Blair
Aimi MacDonald , Joe Brown Duncan Norvelle Suzanne Dando
Mary Parkinson Gary Davies ,
Peter Powell , Janice Long Bertice Reading Linda Lusardi
Produced in association with MARK GOODSON and TALBOT TV LTD Sound MICHAEL MCCARTHY Lighting PETER WESSON Designer CHRIS WEBSTER Director TONY NEWMAN
Producer STANLEY APPEL
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And Baby Makes Four
While the news that he may be a father has left Miles hanging in suspense, Monica finds herself magnetically drawn to Cash's young son and Bliss receives an after-hours visitor.
Written by MART CROWLEY Directed by GWEN ARNER
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with Julia Somerville and Philip Hayton Regional News Weather
Ten films in which
Alan Whicker talks to Brits who have gone to live in the USA. 2: You're a Well-Balanced Girl from Maida Vale ... Joan Collins is an international phenomenon. She talks about her life in Los Angeles, and her role in Dynasty.
Jane Deknatel produces her own films. She talks about the changing role of women in American society.
Mike London is a professional poker-player in Las Vegas. He clears 60,000 dollars a year.
Rachel, JiU and Suzanne are dancers at one of Vegas's casino-hotel shows. They love America - 'but we're not here for the men!'
Former GI bride from
Coventry Mavis Okerlund is marriage director at the Little Church of the West, the ultimate in assembly-line weddings.
A first-rate series. with Whicker using a nicely-weighted line of polite insult which seems to go down very well .
Film editor LIZ THOYTS
Producer JONATHAN STEDALL BBC Bristol (R)
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Just after 1.0 am on 15 April 1986 American jets flying from Britain roared low over Libya's coastline. Their target was Colonel Gadhafi's headquarters. Twelve minutes later, as Tripoli began to recover from the shock of bombs and rockets, the White House justified the raid as 'an act of self-defence'. American intelligence agencies, claimed President Reagan, had 'irrefutable Proof that Gadhafi had
Personally masterminded a succession of terrorist attacks against Americans. Bombing Tripoli was the president's answer to Gadhafi's challenges, taunts and crimes - the climax of a bitter five-year feud.
Yet intelligence chiefs in Europe and Israel are openly sceptical about the President's 'irrefutable' evidence.
With exclusive interviews revealing new evidence, Tom Bower has pieced together the extraordinary story of the events leading up to and following the bombing. Editor ARTHUR SOLOMON Executive producer JENNY BARRACLOUGH
Written and produced by TOM BOWER
The musical extravaganza starring the Village People with Valerie Perrine
The exuberant disco musical including 'Liberation', 'Milk shake', the title song and, of course, the spectacular Busby Berkeley-style 'YMCA'. Aspiring composer Jack Morell and girlfriend
Samantha decide that demo tapes are needed to impress the potential backers - unfortunately they are short of cash. They decide to find a backing group from the streets of New York's Greenwich Village.
Screenplay by BRONTE WOODWARD Produced by ALLAN CARR
JACQUES MORALI , HENRI BELOLO Directed by NANCY WALKER 0 FILMS: page 29
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