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The Undie- World
An RKO film
with John Stapleton and Jeremy Paxman
Weather followed by Open Air
Eamonn Holmes invites you to phone him on [number removed]with your views on the weekend's television. Natalie Anglesey and Mike Shaft are the reporters.
with Robert Kilroy-Silk
Weather followed by The Flintstones
'Faster than a speeding boulder, able to leap tall cavescrapers at a single bound' - Fred gets more than he bargains for when he becomes a superhero for a day.
A HANNA-BARBERA production (R)
Andy Crane with programme news and birthday greetings followed by Play School
A sailor went to sea
To see what she could see
Wayne Jackman Elizabeth Watts
Story: Useless Eustace by JEAN WATSON and The Wombles by ELISABETH BERESFORD Told by Bernard Cribbins Music by MIKE BATT
Animated by BARRY LEITH Directed by IVOR WOOD (R)
with Martin Muncaster
Weather followed by Open Air
Pattie Coldwell and Eamonn Holmes open the airwaves to viewers and try to persuade the programme makers to answer your queries.
Weather followed by Daytime Live with Pamela Armstrong and Judi Spiers
Start the week with Britain's brightest magazine. Today
Ross Davidson previews the Ideal Home Exhibition from Earls Court in London, plus the latest chart news with Simon Potter.
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with Michael Buerk
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
The consequences of Paul's business deal reverberate around Ramsay Street. This week's cast: Molly Meldrum HIMSELF
Written by BETTY QUIN
BILL SEARLE. SALLY WEBB
LOIS BOOTON DAVE WORTHINGTON Directed by GAYE ARNOLD. PAUL MOLONEY 0 FEATURE: page 14
Hosted by Henry Kelly
With only two weeks to go to the semi-finals, there's fierce competition to find which country will be represented from this week's entrants who come from England, Luxembourg, Denmark, Holland, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
starring with Officer Guest star
An Obvious Case of Guilt Ironside refuses to believe circumstantial evidence that a woman has murdered her philandering husband. His insistence upon evidence which will hold up in court brings out surprising facts. Written by BRAD RADNITZ
Directed by ABNER BIBERMAN (R)
Robert T Ironside:
Det Sgt Ed Brown:
A series celebrating 50 years of classic films from the Rank Studios.
Narrated by John Mills The English Roses
A bevy of beauties from the 40s and 50s including Margaret Lockwood ,
Virginia McKenna , Deborah Kerr and Jean Simmons in such unforgettable movies as The Wicked Lady, A Town Like Alice, Black Narcissus and The Blue Lagoon.
Produced by ROBERT SIDAWAY and MAURICE SELLAR
A CHARISMA FILMS production (R)
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
Andy Crane - starting with Bananaman Mystery at the Old Mine (R)
A Date with a Palm
From WARRENS NURSERY, Thingwall, Wirral with children from the DELL
PRIMARY SCHOOL, Birkenhead
Written by PAUL GODDARD and PETER CHARLTON Lighting KEN LOCKHART
Producer PETER CHARLTON
Postcards to: The Antics Roadshow, BBCtv, London W3 6XJ
by TERRY JONES
Told for Jackanory by Tony Robinson
1: This is the story of the most extraordinary boy who turns into gold. Follow his death-defying stunts on a bizarre quest for dragon's blood!
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R2-D2, C-3PO and Jann Tosh are entrusted with escorting young Prince Coby to the Star Academy.
with Helen Rollason and Roger Finn
What's happening today in the world? Newsround brings you the big stories of the day and explains the facts behind them. Editor JOHN CRAVEN
with Mark Curry, Caron Keating and Yvette Fielding
Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell with the latest stories, Pictures and events Weather BILL GILES
Lucy Meacock Steve Clarke Richard Bath bring you tonight's news and views from London and the South East.
Plus sport from Michael Wale Editor FIONA CHESTERTON
Join Sue Lawley as she again holds the fort for Terry with the best in entertainment, conversation and music.
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
by COLIN BOSTOCK-SMITH
In Sickness and in Wealth
As the husband of successful authoress Alice, Tom has everything - including a darts match in the hallway, a collapsible loo in the sitting room, and a literary agent who would like to murder him. And yet he's still complaining.
Studio sound MIKE FELTON
Studio lighting RON BRISTOW Designer DAVID HITCHCOCK Producer JOHN KILBY
Director RICHARD BODEN
Martyn Lewis and Philip Hayton present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad Regional News Weather
A Hard Act to Follow
Vice President George Bush and Senator Bob Dole are battling for the Republican Presidential nomination.
Their mutual dislike is now a major factor in a bad-tempered campaign.
John Ware examines the records and reputations of the two men determined to inherit President Reagan's mantle.
Producer ELIZABETH CLOUGH Editor TIM GARDAM
A ten-part series written and presented by Barry Norman
At the end of the Second World War American cinema audiences were at an all-time high. The film studios appeared impregnable, but they were about to be the subject of a many-pronged attack.
The film industry fought back with weapons ranging from Smellovision to 3-D, but they were not able to prevent, in words coined a generation earlier, the inmates from taking over the asylum.
With June Havoc, Richard Widmark, Olivia de Havilland, Joan Fontaine, Greer Garson, John Huston, Richard Zanuck, Samuel Goldwyn Jr, Carroll Baker and Charlton Heston
A Tale of Two Mills
Attempts to revive a derelict textile mill in Bradford are contrasted with the history of a similarly redundant mill in Lowell, Massachusetts, USA. In the first of two special programmes about inner-city problems, reporter David Lomax looks at solutions on both sides of the Atlantic.
Photography PATRICK O'SHEA Film editor ALEX RICHARDSON Editor BRIAN DAVIES (e)
Mary O'Hara returns, for more of her favourite songs, to Castleward in Northern Ireland, a mansion with a unique mixture of classical and Gothic styles. Her guests are Instant Sunshine. Musical director
Lighting GEORGE CAMPBELL Sound PAT WHELAN and JOHN LUNN
Assistant producer HARY ADAIR Producer ALAN TONGUE