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in Blondes Away
An RKO film
with Frank Bough Sally Magnusson Jeremy Paxman
Eamonn Holmes and Natalie Anglesey invite you to phone them on [number removed]. (Answers to your comments 12. 05pm)
Roy Hudd 's Croydon
Roy Hudd goes back to his native Croydon, and meets
Dickie Pounds , who gave him his first professional break. Film editor TERRY GABELL Producer JANE OLIVER (R)
Andy Crane with programme news and birthday greetings followed by Play School
Presenters Fred Harris and Lesley Woods
Story: The Big Sneeze by RUTH BROWN and Wlllo the Wisp The Wishbone with the voices of Kenneth Williams Written and directed by NICK SPARGO (R)
with Martin Jarvis
Dame Freya Stark returns to one of the lands she loves best and attempts another expedition, down a river known for its unpredictable behaviour, the Euphrates. Narrated by Roland Culver Series editors ANTHONY ISAACS and PETER JONES
Bob Wellings ,
Pattie Coldwell and Eamonn Holmes open the airwaves to the viewers ... and try to persuade programme makers to answer your queries.
Deputy editor MAGGIE SUTCLIFFE Editor PETER WEIL BBC North West
Daphne is angered by Zoe's 'betrayal'. Des decides it's time to reveal his parenthood as Eileen returns to Ramsay Street with interesting news. (For cast see page 93. Shown again tomorrow at 9.05am)
Charles Laughton Elsa Lanchester Tyrone Guthrie
Laughton demonstrates his enormous talent for comedy as Ginger Ted, a snutless beachcomber living in the Dutch East Indies , whose taste for alcohol and weakness for native women bring him into conflict with the authorities.
Screenplay by BARTLETT CORMACK adapted from a story by SOMERSET MAUGHAM
Produced by CHARLES LAUGHTON and ERICH POMMER
Directed by ERICH POMMER
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Sir John Mills invites Richard Baker into his home near London, where he talks about the hobbies he enjoys and reminisces about the people most dear to him during his long career. He reveals, too, the diet which he believes has kept him young; and confides what in his life gives him the greatest joy of all.
Producer MICHAEL KERR
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Andy Crane - starting with Jimbo and the Jet Set
Written and created by PETER MADDOCKS
Voices Peter Hawkins and Susan Sheridan
Directed by KEITH LEARNER (R)
Floella Benjamin with Bea, James, Joanna Natasha , Speedy, Zoe and children from
LOVELACE PRIMARY SCHOOL Story: The Kite Fight by PETER BONNICI
Illustrations by LISA KOPPER Storyteller Saeed Jaffrey
Musical director RICHARD BROWN Graphics CLAIRE STANLEY Producer SHEILA FRASER Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
starring Roland Rat Superstar with Bob Todd as Mr Grapelli
Supermarket trolleys full of shopping are running away and disappearing. Who is the criminal mastermind behind it? Is this another case for international superhero Ratman?
Written by COLIN BOSTOCK-SMITH and DAVID CLARIDGE
Producer OLIVER MACFARLANE Director PETER LESLIE
A new cartoon series
Morag the Tulgah witch is determined to conquer the Ewoks by destroying their soul trees - the trees planted for each newborn Ewok.
Back pages: 102
Presented by Bruno Brookes With 600 points to his credit, Mr Jones has catapulted to No 1 in the charts. Can he maintain his position or will Hannah Ross from Hitchin put him out of the running? Devised by CLIVE DOIG
Production SALLY FRASER
with Roger Finn Helen Rollason and John Craven
What's happening today in the world? The Newsround team brings you the big stories of the day and explains the facts behind them.
Editor JOHN CRAVEN
with Mark Curry Caron Keating and Yvette Fielding
Calling All Gymnasts!
Would you like to spend your holidays practising on Olympic-style apparatus, under the eyes of the star who's won more Olympic medals than anyone else in history? That's what lucky
8-year-old Russians can do in Moscow. The city has not one, but 13 top schools for young gymnasts, which explains why the Soviet Union turns out so many champions.
When Yvette put on her leotard and joined in a training session she found the secret of their success lies, quite simply, in having fun!
The first of this week's early-evening programmes from this famous show. With previews of the main classes, interviews with the riders and KEITH CHEGWIN , taking a look behind the scenes.
Introduced by DAVID VINE
Nicholas Witchell and Philip Hayton present the latest pictures, stories and events from Britain and around the world.
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
John Stapleton ,
Lucy Meacock and Steve Clark bring you all tonight's headlines from London and the south east, and the interviews that will make tomorrow's talking points.
Plus all the day's sport from Michael Wale
Editor RACHEL ATTWELL
Join Terry and his guests for conversation and entertainment live from the Television Theatre. Producer JON PLOWMAN
The first of a four-part adventure by Stephen Wyatt
Starring Sylvester McCoy with Bonnie Langford
Paradise Towers won a lot of awards back in the 21st Century. It might even be a nice place to live now, if it weren't for the Kangs, the Caretakers, and the strange behaviour of the Mark 7 Megapodic Cleaners.
Theme music composed by:
Theme arrangement and incidental music:
Blue Kang leader:
Deputy Chief Caretaker:
The last in the present series by JIMMY PERRY and David CROFT , featuring and DFC Maplin's Holiday Camp, 1960 Only the Brave
As a birthday treat, the staff take April to the cinema to see Bambi - only to find themselves watching a 1940s war film!
Director ROBIN CARR
Producer DAVID CROFT (R)
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Sqn Ldr Clive Dempster, DFC:
The Webb Twins Chris
by JOHN SULLIVAN starring Ralph Bates
This week's episode reveals whether Torquay held the key to all John's dreams.
Designer JOHN ANDERSON Director SUE BYSH Producer RAY BUTT
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and Debbie Thrower Regional News; Weather
So said Mrs Thatcher in the early hours of 12 June, just after her triumphant return to power. Tomorrow, on the first day of its conference in Blackpool, the Conservative Party debates a resolution that welcomes the government's commitment and success in the inner cities. But how successful has the government been and what exactly is it trying to achieve? Robin Denselow reports from the north west where two adjoining Labour inner-city authorities have responded to government policies in very different ways. Salford, home of the original Coronation Street, is now trying to attract entrepreneurs to its mini-Docklands and has been selling off council estates. Rate-capped Manchester fears for the future of its services, and sees government initiatives as a threat to local democracy. So far, the government's inner-city policy has involved projects from three different Ministries. But what lessons has Mrs Thatcher's government learnt from the success or failure of these policies so far?
Barry Norman presents his personal review of the week's cinema releases.
Beverly Hills Cop II -
Eddie Murphy is back as the young Detroit policeman who has his own unique way of solving crimes. In this sequel, Murphy is back on the glamorous West Coast beat, tracking down drug-pushers and illegal arms dealers. The film has been one of the runaway successes in America this summer.
River's Edge documents the feelings of today's teenagers who are at the crossroads in their lives, a time of decisions affecting their futures, and remaining loyal to old friends. Dennis Hopper portrays an ex-biker, and Crispin Glover (Back to the Future) the gang leader intent on protecting his best friend. Director DOMINIC BRIGSTOCKE Producer BRUCE THOMPSON
from Wembley Arena featuring the Rover Classic A gala opening in aid of charity befits the first night of this world-famous show. Throughout the week over 1,000 horses will compete, representing the elite of the British equestrian world. Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
Producers JOHNNIE WATHERSTON and WENDY SHEPPARD