When the Tree Fell to Pieces Told by Richard Briers Written by GRANGE CALVELEY Animation BOB GODFREY (R)
Sarah Greene and Phillip Schofield introduce a bumper package of Saturday morning entertainment. Starting with Corners
Presented by Simon Davies and Sophie Aldred with Jo Korna
It's time to get fit for the winter as the Chuckle
Brothers embark on their own body building regime.
Meanwhile Billy Butler 's on location with Armchair
Theatre and there's more magic from Simon Lovell. Director CELIA THOMSON Producer MARTIN HUGHES BBC North West
The Muppet Broadcasting Company
Created for television by JIM HENSON
Sarah Greene and Phillip Schofield and the Going Live! gang invite you to join them and the Studio 7 guests for another Saturday morning's entertainment. To start off, why does a band from Shrewsbury have the same name as the vulcan Princess from Star Trek? If you don't know, phone T 'Pau this morning and ask them.
Going Live's wildlife expert Jessica Holm is launching Wildwatch, the competition to find the Young Environment Reporter for 1987. If you think you can present a TV feature on water and wildlife then check out the details this morning. Perhaps you'd like to become a football apprentice? Mark Chase meets England and Manchester United star Bryan Robson to discover how one gets selected.
In the Press Conference hot seat this morning are Blue Peter's Caron Keating and the programme's editor Biddy Baxter. You can call them with your questions on [number removed].
There's Double Dare and Spiderman, Video Vote and the Pen Pal Slot. It's all Going Live this morning!
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Presented by Rolf Harris Today Little Tinker,
Popeye and Olive Oyl in Klondike Cassanova and Tom and Jerry in Royal Cat Nap
Producer DAVID PLATT
Does the props bag baffle you? Does the 60-second round send you scatty? No? Then you must be a Telly
Addict. Noel Edmonds invites two more families to show off their knowledge as the search for the Telly Addicts continues.
Director ANNETTE MARTIN Producer TIM MANNING
Executive producer JOHN KING BBC Pebble Mill
by GERALD DURRELL
Screenplay in ten parts by CHARLES WOOD starring
Hannah Gordon , Brian Blessed 2: Guided by Spiro, the Durrell family begin to settle in on Corfu. George vainly attempts to teach Gerry basic arithmetic but Gerry is far more interested in doing business with the rose-beetle man. He soon acquires a tortoise and a pigeon who can dance.
Music composed and conducted by DARYL RUNSWICK
Film editor ANDREW NAYLOR Costume designer IAN ADLEY
Make-up designer DAPHNE CROKER Producer JOE WATERS
Director PETER BARBER-FLEMING
starring Bob Monkhouse More exciting prizes to be won on television's bingo quiz show as four hopeful contestants compete for the chance of a dream holiday. Game devised by TERRY MARDELL and DAVID MOORE
COLIN EDMONDS , JOHN JUNKIN Lighting TERRY BRETT Sound LEN SHOREY
Designer DONAL WOODS
Series producer JOHN BISHOP Produced and directed by GEOFF MILES
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starring Russ Abbot special guest star Les Dennis featuring Bella Emberg and Maggie Moone
Tom Bright , Suzy Aitchison Paul Shearer
Russ is once again Court in the Act as Jolly Justice Abbot returns for another hilarious courtroom romp. Wilf and Nellie's lives are about to change as they slip into The Quite Weird Zone, and Dr
Profile keeps his calm in the Poseidon Hotel Inferno. Written by PAUL ALEXANDER. GARY CLAPPERTON BARRY CRYER. PAUL MINETT and BRIAN LEVESON. DICK VOSBURGH
Additional material MIKE BURTON Script associates BARRY CRYER and JOHN LANGDON
Musical director ALYN AINSWORTH Choreographer TUDOR DA VIES Sound supervisor MIKE FELTON Lighting director ERIC WALLIS Designers GARRY FREEMAN MARTIN METHVEN
Produced and directed by JOHN BISHOP
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A 15-part series 7: The Raid by SUSAN WILKINS
'You've got to have law and order. That sometimes means going in hard and putting your foot down.'
Series created by JEREMY BROCK and PAUL UNWIN Script editor SUSAN BOX
Designer GARY PRITCHARD Producer GERAINT MORRIS Director SHARON MILLER
conceived, written and performed by Graham Chapman , John Cleese Terry Gilliam , Eric Idle
Terry Jones , Michael Palin Also appearing Mrs Idle Designer ROBERT BERK
Produced by IAN MACNAUGHTON (R)
from Rotterdam, featuring The Women's Individual Championship
The Russians are strongly fancied again this year. ELENA SHUSHUNOVA and OKANSA OMELIANTCHIK, who shared the title in 1985, are here. But so is the latest Romanian find, DANIELLA silivas, the European champion. The competition should be good experience, too, for Britain's USA ELLIOT, competing in her first world championships. Also today's men's winners. Commentators
RON PICKERING. ALAN WEEKS TV presentation NOS, Netherlands Producers JOHNNIE WATHERSTON and GRAHAM FRY
The Rothmans Grand Prix DAVID VINE introduces highlights of the decisive frames from tonight's two
17-frame semi-finals. Who the protagonists will be is hard to predict, but defending champion JIMMY WHITE and world champion STEVE da vis are two of the men most likely to be there.
Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM , CLIVE EVERTON Summarisers JOHN SPENCER JOHN VIRGO , EDDIE CHARLTON Television presentation MIKE ADLEY
Starring Dee Wallace, Christopher Stone
Castle Rock is a sleepy New England town. A place where families can live in peace.
But today Cujo, a full-grown St Bernard, isn't feeling peaceful. The bite on his nose is infected, and he has developed a violent fear of water and a vicious temper. And now one Castle Rock family has something more than a broken-down car to worry about - a 200lb rabid monster called Cujo whose one purpose in life is to rip them apart....
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