in Wholesailing Along
When the Greens need a new bath, Leon is too mean to pay a plumber so he decides to install it himself - with predictable results.
An RKO film
It's Australia Day, and Jeremy Paxman reports live from Sydney.
The Prince and Princess of Wales are among thousands of spectators witnessing the centrepiece of the bicentenary celebrations.
Two hundred years after the first British convict ships landed at Botany Bay
Breakfast Time shows the arrival of tall ships into
Sydney Harbour, and talks to leading Australians about their country's past and future.
And, in London,
John Stapleton and Sally Jones bring you all the latest national and international news on the hour and half hour.
Reports from Bill Neely
Peter Marshall , Mike Stewart Mark Easton. Gail Foley Margaret Gilmore
James Cox and Mark Dyson Local news and travel updates at 7.15, 7.45 and 8.15 The weather forecast from Francis Wilson at 7.25, 7.55 and 8.25
Weather followed by Open Air with Eamonn Holmes
The early edition of the programme where you, the viewer, set the agenda.
(Answers to your comments 11.00am)
Every day, the issues you are talking about are discussed by Robert Kilroy-Silk and an informed studio audience.
Directors LINDA NASH. ANN MORLEY Producers DI BURGESS
SUE NIX. HARVEY WOOLFE
Deputy editor JOHN GETGOOD Editor DAVID WICKHAM
Weather followed by Going for Gold
Andy Crane with programme news and birthday greetings.
Story: And Miss Carter Wore Pink by Helen Bradley
by Elisabeth Beresford.
Told by Bernard Cribbins. (R)
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Presenter (Play School):
Presenter (Play School):
Author (Play School Story:
And Miss Carter Wore Pink): Helen
Writer (The Wombles):
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with Edmund Pegge
Weather followed by Open Air
Pattie Coldwell and Eamonn Holmes give you the chance to voice your criticisms, comments and praise on last night's television. Ring [number removed]or write to: Open Air
PO Box 27, Oxford Road Manchester M60 1SJ
Weather followed by Daytime Live with Pamela Armstrong Alan Titchmarsh and Ross Davidson
Alison Rice hears more of your holiday adventures in Daytime Tripper. Plus red noses to the ready with a preview of Comic Relief.
with Michael Buerk Weather BILL GILES
Shane is attacked by a dangerous woman. Vicki recognises the man who threatened her.
Hosted by Henry Kelly
Val discovers she is pregnant, but her joy is short-lived when she realises who the father is.
Written by RICHARD GOLLANZE Directed by NICHOLAS SGARRO
with The Wrong Stuff
The Hogans are visited by Col Skip Franklin, the man who taught Michael to fly and saved his life. The boys are impressed by the Colonel's 'colourful' language and stories but Valerie isn't, especially when Willie adopts his bad manners and bad language. Teleplay by CHIP KEYES AND DOUG KEYES Story by ERIC COHEN
Directed by PETER BALDWIN (R)
Col Skip Franklin:
Selina Scott and Jeff Banks report from Hong Kong. While the garment manufacturers are busy working for top international names, the local designers are showing their collections in Hong Kong Fashion Week. British Home Stores are opening their first shop in the colony, Gieves and Hawkes their second. How do the men from Savile Row measure up to Sam the Tailor? BBC Pebble Mill
Andy Crane - starting with Henry's Cat by BOB GODFREY and STAN HAYWARD The Diet (R)
with Johnny Ball
A See-Saw programme (R)
by JILL PATON WALSH Told for Jackanory by Christopher Guard Part 2 (R)
with Terry Nutkins Nick Davies and Chris Packham
The smallest mammal baby? Terry takes a look inside a Wallaby's pouch and finds a suckling baby hardly bigger than your fingernail.
Britain's rarest bird? Chris films the last and only pair of breeding red-backed shrikes. And Nick? Well, see what happens if you kiss a wide-mouthed frog. Producers
ALASTAIR FOTHERGILL. PAUL APPLEBY BBC Bristol
A series of 20 programmes
Episode 7 by SARAH DANIELS Mauler thinks he's got his own back on Tegs but he makes a terrible mistake. Mr Bronson 's on the warpath; and what has Helen been up to in town that she won't tell anyone about? Devised by PHIL REDMOND Designer GABY BRACHACKA
Costume designer JACKY LEVY
Make-up designer LISA WESTCOTT Produced by RONALD SMEDLEY Directed by JOHN SMITH (For cast see page 72)
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with Sue Lawley and Philip Hayton
Weather MICHAEL FISH
Introduced by Frank Bough Cute cuddly chimps or drugged deprived animals? Forget the image of the tea-party at the zoo, Holiday 88 reports on the beach photographers of Spain who ply a trade that's now illegal, but which continues with the unwitting help of British holidaymakers.
Clint Eastwood once travelled across California with an orang-outang. John Pitman makes the same journey on a camper holiday and searches for the superstar mayor.
And in Corfu Bill Buckley looks around a luxury villa - the holiday home of the winners of the third prize in the Radio Times Holiday Competition.
Series producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN
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by Jane Hollowood.
"You already put your proposition to me once Frank, and the answer is still no."
David Coleman is joined by captains
Bill Beaumont and Emlyn Hughes and their teams of sporting celebrities. They each face questions on the famous facts and feats from the funniest to the greatest moments in sport. Producer MIKE ADLEY BBC North West
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Punk Puffins and Hard Rock Narrated by David Attenborough
Off the coast of Alaska lies a tiny, volcanic island -
St Lazaria. Strange arches and pinnacles line its shore, and mysterious submarine caverns run deep into its heart.
Punk-plumed puffins parade on cliffs that are crowned by rain forest. At night the forest comes alive as clamorous hordes of storm-petrels return from far out to sea. Incredibly, half-a-million nest on this one minute island.
Photography by MARTYN COLBECK Film editor TOM POORE
Written and produced by PELHAM ALDRICH BLAKE
Series producer DILYS BREESE BBC Bristol
A choice of 'BBC Wildlife Special' videos is available from retailers
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with Michael Buerk and Debbie Thrower Regional News Weather
by JULIAN GLOAG with 'Please don't slam your door - we have a delicate child', but when the baby cries, Deb ignores it. There is a secret which is destroying Deb's marriage to Greg. Only she can save it - only Deb can unlock The Dark Room. , and Music composed and arranged by DOMINIC MULDOWNEY
Designer IAIN MCDONALD
Executive producer BILL BRYDEN Producer NORMAN MCCANDLISH Director GUY SLATER BBC Scotland
Woman at pram:
Reader in library:
Mother with baby:
Barry Norman presents his review of the week's releases. Nadine - the year is 1954; the setting Austin, Texas. Jeff Bridges and Kim Basinger share a failed marriage but on the way to the divorce courts, they fall in love again. King Lear is the latest work from Jean-Luc Godard. The contract for the film was signed on a table napkin over a lunch at the Cannes Film Festival by Godard and Menahem Golan , the head of Cannon films.
Director BRUCE THOMPSON Producer JANE LUSH
The Benson and Hedges Masters
CLIFF THORBURN V
Cliff (4) won the Masters in 1985 and 1986 and last year was hoping for three in a row until he was knocked out in the semi-finals. This evening he is up against Rex Williams (12) whose best professional performance was runner-up in the 1986 Grand Prix. DAVID ICKE introduces coverage of this best-of-nine-frames match from the Wembley Conference Centre. Commentators TED LOWE
JACK KARNEHM. CUVE EVERTON Summarisers JOHN SPENCER
JOHN VIRGO , EDDIE CHARLTON Television presentation
WENDY SHEPPARD. PETER HAYWARD Producer KEITH MACKENZIE