in Giggle Water
An RKO film
with Jeremy Paxman John Stapleton and Sally Jones
Weather followed by Open Air
What did you think of last night's television?
Ring Eamonn Holmes on [number removed](Answers to your comments 11.00am)
with Robert Kilroy-Silk
Weather followed by Going for Gold
with Andy Crane followed by Play School
Presenter Elizabeth Watts
Guest Brian Jameson
Story: Snow by ROY MCKIE and P.D. EASTMAN (R) and The Wombles by ELISABETH BERESFORD
Told by Bernard Cribbins (R)
with Catherine Griller Producer RALPH ROLLS
Weather followed by Open Air with Susan Rae and Bob Wellings
Weather followed by Daytime Live with Pamela Armstrong Alan Titchmarsh and Judi Spiers
with Michael Buerk
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Patty decides it's time to move on. Will Shane go too? (For cast see page 35. Shown again at
starring Joan Fontaine Mark Stevens
Rosemary Decamp Henry Morgan
Bill Cummings , just discharged from the army after the Second
World War, waits in the employment office for a job. As he waits, he remembers the pre-war Depression years, when he wooed and wed his girlfriend Susie, and he recalls their hopes and their fears as they faced an uncertain and insecure future together....
Screenplay by HUGO BUTLER
Adapted by GARSON KANIN from the novel All Brides Are Beautiful by THOMAS BELL
Produced by WlLlAM PEREIRA Directed by JOHN BERRY
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Margo MacDonald answers your questions and advises on claiming your rights. Produced by BRYN BROOKS (e) Send your views to: Ask Margo BBCtv. London W12 8QT
Frank Delaney visits Lucy M. Boston and the house that inspired her Green Knowe books.
Andy Crane - starting with Corners
Presented by Sophie Aldred and Simon Davies with Jo Korna
What causes hiccups? How are white lines painted on the road? And why do snakes shed their skins?
Assistant producer ALISON STEWART Producer ANNE GOBEY Questions to: Comers
BBCtv. London W12 8QT
by DICK KING-SMITH Told for Jackanory by Jonathon Morris 5:Off to the Show
Presenter Richard Crane Guest John Barry with contestants from THE BOYS' BRIGADE THE GIRLS' BRIGADE
THE GIRL GUIDES ASSOCIATION THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BOYS'CLUBS
This week the teams compete on a climbing wall, administer first aid to a Partner and pedal like mad to win the Final Challenge. The studio guest is ace mountaineer John Barry who will take the winners on a climbing weekend in Snowdonia.
Designer ROBERT STEER Director STEVEN ANDREW Producer JUDY WHITFIELD
Hundreds of thousands of British children have gone vegetarian. Helen Rollason finds out why - and visits a school where meat and fish have been banned from the dinner menu.
Picture editor ADRIAN CAMM
Director PAUL DREWITT Editor JOHN CRAVEN
A series of 20 programmes Episode 10 by MARGARET SIMPSON
The lads decide its time something was done about Mauler McCaul , and Fred can't believe that Mr Robson is going to teach dancing and not football.
(For cast see page 41)
with Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell Weather BILL GILES
Join Terry and his guests live from the Television Theatre. Programme associate NEIL SHAND Director DAVE PERROTTET Producers
JON PLOWMAN , CHARLES MILLER Series producer JOHN FISHER
Lenny Henry and Griff Rhys Jones present eight hours of comedy - to raise money for famine victims in Ethiopia and the Sudan, and for young people in crisis in the UK. This TV spectacular is the climax of a day of Red-Nose madness across the country.
7.35 Lift Off!
Lenny Henry and Griff Rhys Jones start the huge red ball rolling, with some snappy help from Jonathan Ross - introducing Stavros serving kebabs to guests and taking
calls at the Telecom Tower, Jim Davidson in search of the Best Children's Joke in Britain and Rod Hull with the Best Red-Nose Drawing. Also Part 1 of 73 of a Kind - the Super Sketch Show with more celebrities than minutes, and more jokes than both.
8.00 A Question of Sport
Meets Spitting Image starring the real and the rubber Mike Gatting, Barry McGuigan, Daley Thompson, with David Coleman taking revenge on his annoying little puppet. Then the night forges on with a host of stars, including Little and Large Rory Bremner and Lenny Henry's report from Ethiopia.
8.30 Wood, Walters... and Wise
Live in the studio - Victoria Wood and Julie Walters, and hot on their heels, the start of Select-a-Sketch, then all-time comedy classics chosen by Radio 1 listeners from Monty Python, Not the Nine O'Clock News, Three of a Kind, Peter Cook and Dudley Moore and The Two Ronnies. Also Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie and the Gunk Tank, and Ernie Wise introducing a Morecambe and Wise classic.
FEATURE: page 82
with Martyn Lewis and Philip Hayton Regional News
Weekend Weather >
Continues into the night.
9.30 Jasper Carrott Meets Blackadder
Comic Relief careers on into the night with Jasper Carrott. Griff Rhys Jones reporting from the Sudan.
Blackadder - the Cavalier Years - a one-off special from the dastardly dynasty, starring Rowan Atkinson, Tony Robinson, Warren Clarke and Stephen Fry as a suspiciously familiar King Charles I.
10.00 Dad's Army
Jimmy Perry introduces a vintage edition, The Royal Train - starring Arthur Lowe John Le Mesurier, Clive Dunn, Ian Lavender and the rest of Warmington-on-Sea's legendary home guard.
10.30 Corbett, Garnett Palin and Cool
Comic Relief rushes on with Ronnie Corbett, Phil Cool, Alf Garnett and Michael Palin
Nos 8 and 7 of Select-a-Sketch
Part 2 of 73 of a Kind - also a short film by ADE EDMONDSON on disability presented by Stephen Fry.
11.00 Dame Edna Everage Arrives ...
... to grace the evening with her almost royal presence. Then excitement continues to mount with nos 6, 5, 4 in the Select-a-Sketch countdown, French and Saunders misbehaving and the Dunking of the Person Voted Most DunkWorthy Radio 1 Disc Jockey.
11.30 Cannon, Ball and A B'stard
Madness is unleashed with Cannon and Ball and a thousand plates. Then, to take you through to midnight, a special comedy fashion show tastefully commèred by Pamela Stephenson and a special edition New Statesman: 'Alan B'stard Closes Down the BBC' starring Rik Mayall, Celia Imrie and Hilary O'Neill.
12.00 Ben Elton Live
Red Noses at Midnight - the whole nation puts on its red noses for a witching hour of comedy it would be fatal to sleep through. Featuring Ben Elton very much awake. 3-2-1 - climax of the Select-a-Sketch; Hale and Pace and The Two Rons; The Young Ones' University Challenge Emma Thompson and Robbie Coltrane
Part 3 of 73 of a Kind and a short feature on young homelessness in England.
1.00am Steptoe and Son
Alan Simpson introduces Harry H. Corbett and Wilfrid Brambell in a vintage edition, Come Dancing, with Tony Melody as the Milkman.
1.30 Sign Off
Lenny and Griff close Comic Relief with a final twinkle from a galaxy of stars, and a song from Max Headroom. A round-up of Red-Nose events across the country. A final total of money raised and a grand farewell.
2.00 The night goes on for insomniacs with the Comic Relief classic movie comedy
The Bed Sitting Room
A post-nuclear romance, directed by RICHARD LESTER
starring Ralph Richardson, Rita Tushingham, Michael Hordern, Arthur Lowe, Mona Washbourne, Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe, Marty Feldman and Jimmy Edwards.