with Jeremy Paxman and Sally Jones
Reports from Bill Neely
Peter Marshall , Mike Stewart Mark Easton , Gail Foley
Margaret Gilmore , James Cox National and international news and analysis on the hour and half hour.
Bob Friend 's view of life across the Atlantic.
The latest sports news and comment from Sally Jones The weather from
Francis Wilson at 7.25, 7.55 and 8.25 Local news and travel information at 7.15, 7.45 and
8.15. Plus the Faces of 87-Breakfast Time looks back at the year's headline-makers.
Ladies' Night at the Lodge (R)
Weather followed by Neighbours
Simon Parkin - starting with Laurel and Hardy
Quick Change (R)
Helen tries to transform her bedroom with a bit of 'help' from Philip and Joanne.
Weather followed by Children's BBC with Simon Parkin
Presenters: Sheelagh Gilbey, Nick Mercer
Story: Duncan and Dolores by BARBARA SAMUELS
with Joanna Lumley (R)
Weather followed by The Littlest Hobo The Music Box (R)
He's Your Dog, Charlie Brown (R)
Second of three programmes. Highlights of this year's Montreux Rock Festival, featuring Whitney Houston, Level 42, Beastie Boys,
Living in a Box and many more. (R)
Michael Buerk presents the latest pictures, stories and events from Britain and around the world.
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Mike has to move out of the Ape House. Paul is jealous of Tony, and Zoe's career is affected.
Michael J. Pollard
Hannibal Brooks is a prisoner of war who is perfectly happy to be made to work at a local zoo. Unexpectedly, an air-raid sets him on the road to freedom - accompanied by an elephant. Determined to get his charge to safety, Brooks survives one hair-raising escapade after another.
And Aida as Lucy, the elephant
Screenplay by DICK CLEMENT and IAN LA FRENAIS
Produced and directed by MICHAEL WINNER
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Col Von Haller:
Pink Pied Piper Hasty But Tasty
The Pink Blueprint (R)
Andy Crane - starting with:
A pop video in aid of the Great Ormond Street Hospital appeal, plus reports on its making.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
A strange and scary story About a baby known as Max,
Who got lost at Cape
When his parents turned their backs!
Director david EDWARDS
The Mouse Hockey League look set to win the * championship.
The Rink Rats have other ideas - they plan to steal the Cheddar Cheese Cup.
A feature film originally made for the cinema by the Children's Film Foundation. With
Graham Stark Patricia Hayes
Terry Scott and Ronnie Barker
A comedy film classic in which three children join forces with the resident ghosts of an old house in an attempt to stop it from being pulled down.
Other characters played by STEPHEN BROWN
Produced by GEORGE H. BROWN Directed by JAN DARNLEY SMITH
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Rolf Harris presents classic cartoon comedy. Today:
Silly Scandals Sheep-wrecked
with Philip Hayton and Debbie Thrower Weather BILL GILES
Wogan's Radio Fun continues its celebration of the best of radio comedy.
Joining Monday's guests are Peter Brough and Archie Andrews , Bill Cotton Spike Milligan
Hugh Paddick , Beryl Reid Harry Secombe , Eric Sykes and Kenneth Williams
post that mentions
A compilation of some of the most outrageous moments from the riotous Carry On films. Featuring, among others, Sid James , Joan Sims Kenneth Williams , Phil Silvers , Jim Dale ,
Hattie Jacques , Bernard Bresslaw. Produced by PETER ROGERS Directed by GERALD THOMAS
The Lady Vanishes
An empty bed brings mystery and more anguish into
Bobby's life, as he begins to fear the worst. JR's wily ways bear fruit for his new company while, in Los Angeles, Sue Ellen is given a sample of Nicholas's business skills - but is it a taste she'll acquire?
Written and directed by LEONARD KATZMAN
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with Philip Hayton and Debbie Thrower
Regional News; Weather
Until the middle of the last century, children were specifically banned from
Britain's hospitals for fear that they might be a cause of infection. In 1852 Great
Ormond Street opened its doors - the first hospital in this country founded especially to treat sick children. Martyn Lewis follows the daily triumphs and tragedies of the patients, parents and staff at this world-famous hospital. 'You cannot help being struck by the dedication of the nurses and doctors. The impact of their compassion for their young charges will stay with you for life.' Children arrive close to death in the hope that Great Ormond Street, which has pioneered so many medical breakthroughs in the past, will be able to offer them a future.
Now the future of Great Ormond Street itself is in jeopardy; the hospital is showing its age and must be rebuilt. The Prince and Princess of Wales, continuing a royal connection that began with Queen Victoria, are, as joint patrons of the hospital's Wishing Well
Appeal, leading the campaign to ensure that Great Ormond Street will be able to give many critically ill children at least - A Fighting Chance. Photography JIM PEIRSON Film editor DAVID THOMAS Producer TERENCE O'REILLY
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Barry Norman has seen almost 200 films this year for Film 87 and, amazingly, he's survived the experience. As always, the films catered for a wide taste (or lack of...) - the comedy of Steve Martin , the violence of Lethal Weapon, the romance of 84 Charing Cross Road and the nostalgia of Hope and Glory. Will any of these feature in Barry's final choice? Will you agree with his selection? Watch the final take of Film 87, as the cameras prepare to roll for Film 88.
Director DOMINIC BRIGSTOCKE Producer BRUCE THOMPSON
Eva Marie Saint
Terry Malloy , an ex-boxer, protected by his brother Charlie, hangs around New York's dockland
'working' as a strong-arm man for the corrupt leader of the dockers' union. When his friend is murdered, Terry reveals a dawning sense of personal responsibility through his love for the dead man's sister. Marlon Brando received one of this powerful film's eight Academy Awards for his portrayal of the man whose personal rebellion changes the tyrannical work system. The film, shot entirely on location in New
York, proved one of the most influential - and controversial - movies of its decade.
Screenplay by BUDD SCHULBERG Produced by SAM SPIEGEL Directed by EUA KAZAN
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