Edgar takes a lady home.... An RKO film
with Jeremy Paxman and Sally Jones
Winter Olympics 88 - all the action from Calgary - including women's downhill.
Weather followed by Open Air
Eamonn Holmes invites you to join him for an extended early edition.
Ring him on [number removed].
Weather followed by Going for Gold
Andy Crane with programme news and birthday greetings followed by Play School
Everybody's going down, down, down
Presenter Chloe Ashcroft Guest Iain Lauchlan
Story: Sixes and Sevens by JOHN YEOMAN and QUENTIN BLAKE
Musical director PETER GOSLING Percussion DAVE MOSES
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM (R) and The Wombles by ELISABETH BERESFORD
Told by Bernard Cribbins (R)
with Patricia Routledge Producer RALPH ROLLS
Weather followed by Open Air
Susan Rae and Bob Wellings round off the week and answer your queries.
Weather followed by Olympic Report
The XV Olympic Winter Games
Introduced by Steve Rider
In figure-skating, today's event was the men's short programme. Canada's BRIAN ORSER must do well here if he's to go one better than Sarajevo when he won the silver medal. Speed skater GAETAN BOUCHER of Canada already knows what it's like to win Olympic gold. At the Olympic Oval he was defending one of his two titles from 1984, the men's 1,000m, with the biggest threat likely to come from the USA's NICK THOMETZ. Commentators
ALAN WEEKS , RON PICKERING
with Michael Buerk
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Mike sees the contents of the hate letter. Madge's attempts to be firm with a drunken customer could lose her the job.
(For cast see page 53. Shown again at 5.35pm)
Robert Mitchum A hard-bitten US Marine is washed ashore on a small Pacific island and already finds it inhabited, not by the Japanese, but by a Young nun. Amid the hazards of enemy attack, the unlikely Pair settle down to the Problems of living together in this sometimes comic and sometimes moving story, set during World War II.
Mr Allison ....ROBERT MITCHUM Sister Angela....DEBORAH KERR Screenplay By JOHN LEE MAHIN and JOHN HUSTON
Based on the novel by CHARLES SHAW
Produced by BUDDY ADLER and EUGENE FRANKS
Directed by JOHN HUSTON 0 FILMS: page 21
All you've ever wanted to know. but didn't know who to ask. Margo MacDonald answers your questions and Passes on your advice on claiming your rights.
Produced by BRYN BROOKS (e) Send your views to: Ask Margo BBCtv, London W12 8QT
Andy Crane - starting with Corners
Presented by Sophie Aldred and Simon Davies with Jo Korna
Why do people scratch their heads when they're thinking? How do detergents work and who was the first man on the moon?
Director ADRIAN MILLS
Series producer ANNE GOBEY Questions to Corners. BBCtv. London W12 8QT
SuperTed and the Pothole Rescue (R)
by ANTHONY SMITH Told for Jackanory by Bernard Cribbins Today: The LF Ant Pictures by JAN BRYCHTA Designer MARY GREAVES
Producer ANGELA BEECH1NG Director JEREMY SWAN
with Steve Colman and Peter Simon
Who and what are the mysterious people, objects and animals behind Steve's magic door? On Colman street there are four bikes awaiting the four contestants who have broken through the wall!
Guess 'who's there' correctly and you win bonus points.
Get it wrong and you take a trip to the skip! Only one person can go through to the prize round, so watch carefully and see if you can outguess them and find out who's behind the door. Written by JOHN PALMER Designer CHRIS GEORGE Executive producer
CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON Production SALLY FRASER 0 BACK PAGES: 86
Horse racing is the sport of kings - and it's run by men. But nowadays more girls than boys want to be jockeys, and slowly the barriers are coming down. Terry Baddoo reports from a training school for jockeys where girls get an equal chance, and asks Britain's top woman jockey what chance they'll get to be among future winners. picture editor ADRIAN CAMM Director PAUL DREWITT Editor JOHN CRAVEN
A series of 20 programmes
Episode 14 by BARRY PURCHESE Fred is furious with Mr Robson about team practice and Tegs takes Justine to his auntie's house. But is that really Auntie coming up to the front door?
Devised by PHIL REDMOND Producer RONALD SMEDLEY Director ALBERT BARBER (For cast see page 47)
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with Sue Lawley and Andrew Harvey
Weather BERNARD DAVEY
Join Terry live at the Television Theatre, as he talks to people in the news, presents the best in entertainment and springs the occasional surprise.
Programme associate NEIL SHAND Director DAVID G. CROFT
Producer CHARLES MILLER
Series producer JOHN FISHER
starring Les Dawson
His special guests this week: Pamela Armstrong
June Brown , Gary Davies Samantha Fox
Henry Kelly , Kenny Lynch Produced in association with MARK GOODSON and TALBOT TV LTD Sound MICHAEL MCCARTHY Lighting ALAN HORNE
Designer CHRIS WEBSTER Director GEOFF MILES
Producer STANLEY APPEL
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Blake's decision to stand for the governorship of Colorado has Alexis seething and securing a partner for the inevitable fight: but what are Sean Rowan 's motives? Written by FRANK v. FURINO Directed by DON MEDFORD
with Martyn Lewis and Debbie Thrower Regional News
with A Very Diplomatic Incident by TERRY HODGKINSON It is a night of routine surveillance for the Crime Squad. All is quiet. But not for long. Sergeant Rockliffe and his team soon find themselves in areas of inquiry that are foreign to them and where there are choices to be made between public justice and Private revenge.
Series devised by RICHARD O'KEEFFE Lighting JOHN KING
Make-up SALLY WARREN
Videotape editor ST JOHN O'RORKE Producer LEONARD LEWIS
Directed by KEITH WASHINGTON
Det Sgt Rockliffe:
Det Sgt Paul:
Det Insp Flight:
Chief Supt Wyatt:
Retirement for an actor is a dirty word.
Energetic and still much in demand Sir John Mills is celebrating his 80th birthday and nearly 60 years on stage and in films. This quintessentially English actor looks back on his distinguished career and reminisces with Christopher Frayling about some of his most popular films, including In Which We Serve, Great Expectations, Scott of the Antarctic, Hobson's Choice, Tunes of Glory and Ryan's Daughter, for which he won an Oscar.
Film editor GRAHAM DEAN Producer MARGARET SHARP • CEEFAX SUBTITLES
begins a season of films celebrating the 80th birthday of the distinguished British actor. Tonight with Richard Attenborough
This tense drama of the peacetime Royal Navy is considered a classic of British cinema. Twelve men are trapped 90 feet below the surface in the damaged submarine Trojan, with their air supply running dangerously low. The tension increases as the situation reveals the strengths and weaknesses of the seemingly doomed crew.
Screenplay by W.E.C. FAIRCHILD
From the play by KENNETH WOOLARD Produced by JAY LEWIS Directed by ROY BAKER
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Lt Cmdr Armstrong:
Wt Eng Officer McFee:
Lt Cmdr James: