in I Can 't Remember
An RKO film
with Frank Bough Sally Magnusson and Jeremy Paxman
with Pattie Coldwell
What entertained, annoyed or provoked you on last night's television? Phone Pattie on [number removed]and let her know.
(Answers to your comments 11.00am)
Weather followed by Neighbours
Every day, the issues you are talking about are discussed by Robert Kilroy-Silk and an informed studio audience
Weather followed by Going for Gold
Andy Crane with programme news and birthday greetings followed by Play School
'How would you make a hippopotamus smile?' Presenters
Jane Hardy , lain Lauchlan Story: The Boy Who Was Followed Home by MARGARET MAHY and Pinny's House
Pinny and the Paper Glider Story and pictures by PETER FIRMIN
Read by Matilda Thorpe (R)
with Michael Hordern
Weather followed by Open Air
Bob Wellings and Pattie Coldwell invite the programme makers whom you want to interview into the studio.
Weather followed by Daytime Live with Pamela Armstrong Ross Davidson and Judi Spiers in the studio.
Alan Titchmarsh and Chris Baines report from Kent to celebrate National Tree
Week. Plus Sophie Grigson , our young cookery expert, who is set the challenge of cooking exciting meals on a student grant.
Producer KATIE WRIGHT Editor STEVE WEDDLE BBC Pebble Mill
with Michael Buerk
Weather BERNARD DAVEY
Tom dates Jean but everything doesn't go as planned.
Hosted by Henry Kelly This week's seven contestants are now whittled down to five. Two of them will appear in the final round in a 'head to head' confrontation to find today's winner in Going for Gold.
From struggling young actor to renowned
Hollywood star, this is the story of Humphrey Bogart : his career, his life and his loves. The real man behind the upturned coat collar and the pulled down hat brim, who set the film world ablaze with his magnetic screen performances. Bogie was never 'just another actor' - he was a legend.
Screenplay by DANIEL TARADASH Based on the book Bogie, by JOE HYAMS
Produced by PHILIP BARRY
Directed by VINCENT SHERMAN
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Andy Crane - starting with Caterpillar Trail with Stuart Bradley
The fastest mover on four legs and the slowest. Speed isn't everything in Caterpillar Trail this week, but at Noel Mead 's stables they're training to be quicker than the rest.
Studio director FAY WOOLF
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM
with Chris Burton as Prince Yubi
An exciting approach to the art of making pictures with Tony Hart , Margot Wilson and To Do with Stone
As the broad pen draws standing stones on the stark hillside the soft clay turns itself back into solid rock and Mr Bennett dons his crampons. Meanwhile, on the tranquil sands of Weymouth beach the bears are gathering for a picnic unaware that the little marbles are after the coloured skittles.
Look out for your work in today's Gallery.
Assistant producer CLAIRE WINYARD Producer CHRISTOPHER TANDY
If you are 15 or under and would like to send a picture to the Gallery, send your entry to: Hartbeat, BBCtv, London W3 6XZ.
by MARGARET MAHY dramatised in six parts by ALLAN BAKER
3: Bond is in danger - and Dora seems to be the only one who can help him.
Music ROGER LIMB.
BBC RADIOPHONIC WORKSHOP Designer PAUL MONTAGUE
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director CHRISTINE SECOMBE
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Presented by Angela Rippon The Wossetters arrive from Wakefield and hopefully they will be able to explain what a 'Wossetter' is before playing Team Challenge, In a Spin and Spotlight.
with Nicholas Witchell and Philip Hayton
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Join Terry live from the Television Theatre.
Lingerie and party dressing are two of the season's offerings from Selina Scott , Jeff Banks and Caryn Franklin. In Dundee make-u artist Teresa Fairminer shows how to put on a face, and menswear designer
Paul Smith puts on his first show in Britain.
The return of the most famous family in Texas starring
Severely burned and clinging to life, Pam lies in a Dallas hospital as Bobby ponders the snatching away of his happiness and Christopher wonders if mummy will ever be the same again. Thrown out of his office, barred from trading under the beloved family name and with Weststar still on his back, is this when JR is at his most dangerous?
Written by ARTHUR BERNARD LEWIS Directed by LEONARD KATZMAN
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Martyn Lewis and Debbie Thrower present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad.
Regional News; Weather
with Desmond Wilcox The second of two
Programmes about the drama of people's lives and the journeys they make. Towards Light
For Connie [text removed] , the 11-year-old victim of a tragic road accident in Glasgow, the road back from coma is a long and slow one. But it is the road back, a journey from darkness and silence to light and life. The time came, finally, when Connie was ready to leave hospital. But her injuries had set her back, and would now always be a delaying factor in her life. At school she would have to move into a class of children years younger so that she could 'learn again what they were learning for the first time'. Her hero, the pop star Shakin' Stevens, remained in her life as an inspiration and friend.
Her mother and the dedicated hospital workers were determined that Connie - who had been so near to death and spent so long in darkness - should become an example of just what it takes to withstand and recover from a head injury. And that's exactly what she became: an example of cheerfulness and happiness - a real success story.
Research PENNY HALLOWES Film editor CHRIS MASON Director ALEX MCCALL
Producer DESMOND WILCOX BBC Scotland
Introduced by Steve Rider , and featuring tonight:
World Championship Boxing live from Wembley
Duke McKenzie (Great Britain) v
Sot Chitilada (Thailand) The unbeaten Duke
McKenzie bids for the world flyweight title tonight against the experienced
WBC champion Sot Chitilada. This will be the Thai's sixth defence of the title he's held for four years, a record which includes a win over Charlie Magri in 1985. Commentator
HARRY CARPENTER Heading for Gold
The British bobsleigh team will arrive in Canada for the Winter Olympics with the most realistic chance of a medal since the glory days of Nash and Dixon in 1964. The number one pairing of NICK
PHIPPS and ALAN CEARNS , and the young number two team of MARK TOUT and DAVID ARMSTRONG , are fitter, stronger and better equipped than any squad in over 20 years. TONY GUBBA reports. Plus the rest of tonight's sporting news from home and abroad.
Television presentation: Boxing BOB DUNCAN
Bobsleigh VIVIEN KENT
Assistant editor GRAHAM FRY Producer CHARLES BALCHIN Editor JOHN ROWLINSON