in Hollywood Honeymoon An RKO film
with John Stapleton and Kirsty Wark
Winter Olympics 88 - all the latest action from
Calgary including two-man bobsleigh and ice hockey.
8.55 Regional News; Weather
Weather followed by Open Air
Eamonn Holmes invites you to join him for a special extended early edition.
Plus the chance to request your favourite clips from the BBC archives.
(More answers to your comments at
Weather followed by The Flintstones Sheriff for a Day
A HANNA BARBERA production (R)
Andy Crane with programme news and birthday greetings followed by Play School
A week of looking at the world of animals begins with a visit from one with a surprising talent - a chimp who paints!
Presenters Ben Thomas and Carol Chell
Story: Juju and the Pirate by LOUIS BAUM and PHILLIPPE MATTER
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Percussion WILL HILL Woodwind PHIL TODD Director FAY WOOLF
Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE (R) and The Wombles Music by MIKE BATT
Animated by BARRY LEITH Directed by IVOR WOOD (R)
with David King
Weather followed by Open Air with Pattie Coldwell and Eamonn Holmes
Weather followed by Olvmoic Report
The XV Olympic Winter Games Steve Rider introduces the action including alpine ski-ing, speed skating and ice hockey. The ski-ing is the men's Super-G, new to the Olympics, where PIRMIN
ZURBRIGGEN of Switzerland started favourite. Medals were also decided last night in the longest of the speed-skating events - the men's 10,000m. As well, there's action from the final matches in group B of the ice-hockey championship, and a look at an exciting demonstration sport - freestyle ski-ing.
with Michael Buerk
Weather MICHAEL FISH
The perpetrator of the hate letters is discovered. This week's cast:
Written by RICK MAIER
DAVID PHILLIPS. RAY KOLLE
GINNY LOWNDES. RAY HARDING Directed by STEVE MANN. MAX VARNEL
Hosted by Henry Kelly
Written by Ed McBain.
Starring Raymond Burr as Robert T. Ironside, with Don Galloway as Det Sgt Ed Brown, Barbara Anderson as Officer Eve Whitfield and Don Mitchell as Mark Sanger.
Guest star Jeanette Nolan.
Eve Whitfield kills an armed robber in the line of duty and learns, to her anguish, that he is a 17-year-old boy.
Robert T. Ironside:
Det Sgt Ed Brown:
Officer Eve Whitfield:
A series celebrating
50 years of classic films from the Rank Studios.
Narrated by John Mills Leave 'Em Laughing
Featuring some of the cinema's most famous comedians including Norman Wisdom Stanley Holloway
Will Hay, Arthur Askey Frankie Howerd and the Carry On team in hilarious moments from On the Beat, Oh Mr Porter , Ghost Train, Carry On Doctor and others. Produced by ROBERT SIDAWAY and MAURICE SELLAR
A CHARISMA FILMS production (R)
Andy Crane - starting with Bananaman
Auntie's Back in Town With the voices of Tim Brooke-Taylor
Bill Oddie , Graeme Garden Jill Shilling (R)
featuring Paul Goddard as Albert Antics
Mark Reader , Stephen Lloyd as the AA All at Sea
From MERSEYSIDE MARITIME MUSEUM, Liverpool, with children from ST PETER AND
PAUL PRIMARY SCHOOL, Liverpool
Written by PAUL GODDARD and PETER CHARLTON
Lighting KEN LOCKHART
Producer PETER CHARLTON
Postcards to: The Antics Roadshow. BBCtv, London W3 6XJ
SuperTed and the Whales (R)
by NATALIE BABBITT Told for Jackanory by Michael Maloney
1: When wandering ex-actor,
Hercules Feltwright , becomes a tutor at the beautiful house he is sure he will be able to be his own true self at last. But soon he finds himself taking on the roles of thief and detective, ghost-hunter and secret-keeper at mysterious Goody Hall.
The Adventures of R2-D2 and C-3PO
Mon Julpa. The last of a three-part adventure
The Pirates of Tarnoonga While flying a decoy fuel shipment to Tammuz-An,
Jann, Jess and the Droids are attacked and captured by space pirate Kybo Ren and his crew.
with Mark Curry, Caron Keating and Yvette Fielding
with Sue Lawley and Nicholas WitcheU Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Lucy Meacock , Steve Clarke and Richard Bath bring you tonight's news and views from London and the South East.
Plus sport from Michael Wale Editor FIONA CHESTERTON
Join Terry and his guests for conversation and entertainment live from the Television Theatre.
The campaigning consumer programme that's on your side. John Stapleton and Lynn Faulds Wood chase the stories you send them.
If you have something for the team to investigate, write to Watchdog, BBCtv, London
W12 8QT, or ring the hotline on [number removed]. Deputy editor STEVE ROSE Editor NICK HAYES
Once again Dave Lee Travis introduces some famous hit records from the past, helped by various film-makers who were asked to present the 'images' that these great old songs evoked in them. This is what they saw.
Executive producer JOHN KING BBC Pebble Mill
starring Noel Edmonds Last programme in the series.
Presented with an unusual situation can you foresee the outcome? Shown a picture of a person, can you see into their personality? Pit your wits against Noel's contestants in tonight's Whatever Next ... Sound MARK HOLLAND Lighting TERRY BRETT Designer JOHN STOUT
Production MICHAEL HURLL
Martyn Lewis and Debbie Thrower present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad
Regional News Weather
A weekly window on life in Britain and around the world through the eyes of television's top reporters:
Robin Denselow , Fred Emery Gavin Hewitt , Richard Lindley Tom Mangold , John Ware Steve Bradshaw Editor TIM GARDAM
Written and presented by Barry Norman.
A series which tells the story of Hollywood from the coming of sound to the present day.
Hollywood Goes to War
With America's entry into the Second World War,
Hollywood, eager to play its own part in the war effort, unleashed a tide of patriotism and propaganda, escapism and romance. Many in Hollywood itself were quick to volunteer - not just for active service but for War Bond tours, troop entertainments, and the Hollywood Canteen.
Film-makers in uniform like
John Ford and John Huston made battle documentaries now regarded as classics in their field.
Bob Hope , Greer Garson
Joan Fontaine , John Huston Eddie Bracken , Joan Leslie and June Havoc are among those who discuss Hollywood at war.
Videotape editor JAMES TIMOTHY rum editor DENISE PERRIN
Series producer JUDY LINDSAY Producer DAVID JEFFCOCK
A new look, each week, at a specific issue crucial to the health of business and industry in 1988. Flight Into the Unknown Why is Britain renowned worldwide for inventiveness but has notorious difficulty in getting good ideas off the ground?
Reporter David Lomax investigates, using the history of the new Optica spotter plane as a case study. Photography GODFREY JOHNSON film editor ALEX RICHARDSON Editor BRIAN DA VIES (e)
Mary O'Hara brings you some more of her favourite songs, this week from
Clandeboye House, an exotic mansion in Northern Ireland. Her guests, Incantation, bring some unusual tone-colour to the programme with their Peruvian instruments. Musical director
Lighting GEORGE CAMPBELL
Sound PAT WHELAN. BRIAN SPEERS Assistant producer HARRY ADAIR Producer ALAN TONGUE Clandeboye House used by kind permission of Lord and Lady Dufferin.