with Jeremy Paxman and Kirsty Wark
Winter Olympics 88 - all the latest from Calgary including women's 3,000m speed skating and ice dancing.
8.55 Regional News and Weather
with Eamonn Holmes
(More of your comments at 11.00am)
Presenter (Open Air):
Weather followed by Going for Gold
Andy Crane with programme news and birthday greetings
Story: 'Quack!' said the Billy Goat by Charles Causley (R)
THE WOMBLES by Elisabeth Beresford (R)
Presenter (Children's BBC):
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with David King
Phone Bob Wellings and Pattie Coldwell on [number removed] to take part in today's discussion.
Weather followed by Olympic Report
The XV Olympic Winter Games [ntroduced by Steve Rider
Highlights of the free dance section which earlier today decided the successors to Torvill and Dean as Olympic ice-dance champions. SHARON JONES and PAUL ASKHAM, British champions for the past three years, were hoping for a good showing in their first Olympic competition.
Commentator ALAN WEEKS Also in the programme, the women's 3,000m speed skating event in which
East Germany won all three medals at the 1984 Olympics. Television presentation CTV
with Michael Buerk
Weather Michael Fish
Jane strikes a blow for truth which lands everybody in trouble.
(For cast see page 47. Shown again at 5.35pm)
Hosted by Henry Kelly. This week's seven contestants are now whittled down to five. Two of them will appear in the final round in a Head to Head confrontation to find today's winner in "Going for Gold".
A Reg Grundy production in association with BBCtv
starring Leslie Nielsen, Mimi Kuzyk, Bruce Greenwood.
Jake Striker's mountain ski resort is low on cash and he is forced into a merger with business entrepreneur Jim McKay.
He and McKay clash over the future of Striker's Mountain, but soon a devastating natural disaster will decide the fate of them all....
(First showing on British television)
Films: page 26
Andy Crane - starting with
Pinny's House: Pinny and the Honey Bees (R)
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Story and Pictures ("Pinny's House"):
Reader ("Pinny's House"):
Music ("Pinny's House"):
Directed and animated by ("Pinny's House"):
with Don Spencer
Hey Mum , I've got energy to burn
Show me something I could learn
Musical director JONATHAN COHEN Percussion WILL HILL Bass DAVE ROSE
Assistant producer ANNE DENEHY Production BARBARA RODDAM (R)
Stan and Ollie get involved with a lost dog who belongs to a gangster. (R)
by Natalie Babbitt
Told by Michael Maloney
by Martin Riley
First in a series of six parts
When Gruey investigates the Power of Positive Planning, it is Wooly and Quidsy who have to do the hard work. After all, a challenge from Nigel Jackson is not to be taken lightly.
Back Pages: 102
by Helen Cresswell
A serial in six parts
Minty desperately tries to warn the children of the arrival of a ghost hunter in the village.
with Nicholas Witchell and Philip Hayton
Weather Ian McCaskill
London Plus, Spotlight Points West, Look East Look North, South Today
North West Tonight Midlands Today
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.
Is fashion Down Under all swinging corks and bikini bottoms? Jeff Banks and Caryn Franklin celebrate the arrival of the first sheep in Australia 200 years ago, Bruce Oldfield and Jean Muir represent the UK in a major fashion show featuring wool collections by the world's leading designers. There's a visit to a sheep station, a Merino stud and yes there's swimwear too! BBC Pebble Mill
starring Barbara Bel Geddes as Miss Ellie, Patrick Duffy as Bobby, Linda Gray as Sue Ellen, Larry Hagman as JR, Steve Kanaly as Ray, Howard Keel as Clayton, Ken Kercheval as Cliff, Priscilla Beaulieu Presley as Jenna
"If it's not too late, I'd like to make peace"; Miss Ellie is offered an overdue olive branch, but Sue Ellen takes a fighting initiative to burst JR's latest bubble.
Meanwhile, the war goes on between Bobby and Lisa Alden over the custody of Christopher - but to whose orders is she marching?
Anne Robinson with your comments in the programme you help to write.
Please send letters to: Points of View [address removed]
Radio Times Letters: page 96
Martyn Lewis and Debbie Thrower present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad Regional News Weather
Death Valley in California is the hottest place in the western hemisphere. Not even mad dogs go out there. Q.E.D. follows Gary Shopland's attempt to run 20 marathons in 20 days in temperatures of up to 1360F. Monitoring his physical and mental reactions to these extreme conditions were a physiologist, a paramedic and a sports psychologist - If mad dogs don't, then what makes Gary run?
Introduced by Steve Rider and featuring a double bill of winter sports and championship boxing. The XV Olympic Winter Games
Action from the second run which decided the medals in the women's giant slalom, at Nakiska, just outside Calgary. A report, too, on the Nordic team event, in which today's relay race was combined with yesterday's 70m ski jumping to determine the winning nation. Plus ice hockey from the medal round, and news of the compulsory figures in the ladies figure-skating championship.
Commentators BARRY DAVIES
Alex Dickson v Steve Boyle Unbeaten Alex Dickson of Larkhall defends his British Lightweight championship against fellow Scot
Steve Boyle in a match which has captured the imagination north of the border.
Tonight's fight, at the Scottish Exhibition Centre in Glasgow, is scheduled for 12 rounds. Plus a look ahead to Saturday's world title bout in Belfast - the return match between DAVE MCAULEY and FIDEL BASSA.
Plus the rest of the sporting news from home and abroad including all tonight's football results.
Television presentation: Olympics CTV Boxing BILL MALCOLM
Assistant editor GRAHAM FRY Producer CHARLES BALCHIN Editor JOHN ROWLINSON