in Edgar and Goliath
An RKO film
with Frank Bough Sally Magnusson Jeremy Paxman
Including a preview of David Steel 's key speech to the Liberal Party
Conference in Harrogate.
Today Nick Ross talks to George Melly. (R)
Andy Crane with your birthday greetings followed by Play School
Presenter Jane Hardy Guest Stewart Bradley Story: The Banger by EVA FIGES
Music director JONATHAN COHEN Producer CHRISTINE HEWITT Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE (R) and Wlllp the Wisp The Viqueen (R)
with Jan Harvey
The last episode of a four-part story
These Hands That Heal
The source of the epidemic is found and Irene is shocked by the discovery. (R) (For cast see page 34)
Ambush at Masai Mara with David Attenborough
The hunt for wildebeest is on - a time of plenty for the lions of Musiara marsh. Written and produced by KEENAN SMART (R)
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Hell Hath No Fury
J.R. and Bobby are both victims of scheming women. Written by ARTHUR BERNARD LEWIS Directed by ERNEST PINTOFF (R) (For cast see page 47)
Max causes embarrassment in a Japanese restaurant.
(For cast see page 34. Shown again on Monday at 9.05am)
Kay Alexander opens the file on the treatment of bone cancer at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital. Birmingham.
Producer DAVID NELSON
2.30 The Mail on Sunday
3-year-old Series Handicap Stakes dim)
3.00 The Haynes. Hanson and Clark Stakes (1m)
3.30 The Stable Stud and Farm East West Stakes (7f)
Introduced by JULIAN WILSON
Andy Crane - starting with Tottie
The Doll's Wish by RUMER GODDEN
Tottie's wishes come true. With the voices of Anna Calder-Marshall Nancy Gair
Olwen Griffiths (R)
SuperTed and the Inca Treasure
SuperTed and his friend
Spottyman are always on the alert. (R)
with Steve Blacknell Matthew Devitt Gideon Escott Robert Harley Caroline Leddy Carla Mendonca Guests Les Bubb Moira Stuart
Johnny Hates Jazz Smiley Culture
It's thrilling-events time on your television set today! This week 1,253 years ago.
Mustapha Thrubweller from No 2 Cleopatra Avenue,
Egypt opened the front door of his pyramid and shouted
'What's all this then?' You can find out what he saw when you tune into WATT? - a programme with lots of comedy, great music and stupendous surprise guests - WATT? on a television set near you.
Associate producer VICKY PILE Designer MEL BIBBY
Director DAVID CRICHTON
Producer TREVOR MCCALLUM
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with Dennis Weaver and Clint Howard A Medal for Ben Producer GEORGE SHERMAN (R)
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Roland's glamorous dance troupe - The Sewer
Sensation - features in a musical extravaganza.
Also starring the world's greatest conman,
Darcey de Farcey (JAMES SAXON) and the scintillating
Maureen McConkey (ANNA KAREN). Conceived by DAVID CLARIDGE Written by DAVID CLARIDGE COUN ROSTOCK SMITH BRIAN MARSHALL
Designers GRENVILLE HORNER. DONAL WOODS Produced and directed by MARCUS MORTIMER (R)
from the BBC newsroom Weather MICHAEL FISH
London Plus, Spotlight Points West, Look East Look North, South Today
North West Tonight Midlands Today
Join Terry and his guests at the Television Theatre. Producer CHARLES MILLER
starring Les Dawson
Join Les in a brand-new series full of fun, frolics and fantastic prizes.
Special guests this week are Lynda Baron , Roy Castle John Conteh , Linda Nolan Mike Reid , Lena Zavaroni Sound MICHAEL MCCARTHY Lighting ALAN HORNE
Designer CHRIS WEBSTER Director GEOFF MILES
Producer STANLEY APPEL
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Ronnie Corbett with John Cleese , Janet Mahoney Yvonne Manners , Willie Payne , Dennis Ramsden RONNIE HAZLEHURST
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
AND HIS DANCERS THE FRED TOMLINSON SINGERS
Messrs Barker and Corbett, the Two Ronnies, celebrate 21 years of their association, with a selection of the very best of the sketches and musical numbers they have performed together.
The Ronnies have chosen all their personal favourites since they first met in The Frost Report in 1966, in a scintillating and hilarious selection.
Tonight's show features their characters Charlie Farley and Piggy Malone in the popular serial Stop - You're Killing Me!
Written by tAN
DAVIDSON MARTY FELDMAN. JOHN LAW
DAVID MCKELLAR. DAVID NEWMAN DAVID NOBBS. PETER OSBORNE
DAVID RENWICK. PETER VINCENT GERALD WILEY
from the BBC newsroom Regional News
by AGATHA CHRISTIE
Dramatised in two parts by JILL HYEM starring with George Baker Caroline Blakiston Joan Greenwood
1: 'It seemed wonderful at first. Like stepping back into the past. But it should've changed.'
Produced by GEORGE GALLACCIO Directed by MARY MCMURRAY (R) (Part 2 next week)
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Woman at airport:
Chief Insp Davy:
Getting to Dylan
Since he first appeared in the late 50s, Bob Dylan has achieved a status far beyond that of a pop superstar.
His admirers regard him as a major contemporary poet: certainly he's one of the great singer/songwriters of the century. He has appeared in very few films and, in a new cinema release Hearts of Fire, which opens next month in London, he takes his first acting role for ten years. He plays a former rock idol,
Billy Parker , tempted out of retirement to play one last concert.
Dylan is known for his extreme reluctance to be filmed at work or to give interviews on camera.
Omnibus was given unique access to the set of Hearts of Fire and trailed its quarry from London to Toronto.
Eventually, Dylan agreed to talk on his own terms, and very much in his own way. Film recordists
PATRICK QUIRKE , COUN MARCH Film cameraman JOHN HOOPER Film editor GERRY POMEROY Producer CHRISTOPHER SYKES
A feature-length episode which begins a selection from the classic American series about gangland
Chicago and the fight waged against crime by Eliot Ness and his agents - honest, upright, untouchable. Starring with guest star
The Big Train
From an Atlanta penitentiary, Al Capone still exerts his evil influence.
Aware of the corruption in the prison system, Eliot Ness makes a radical proposal: to build a special institution on an island off
San Francisco - a place called Alcatraz.
Narrated by Walter Winchell Written by WILLIAM SPIER Directed by JOHN TAYSER
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