in Brother Knows Best
An RKO film
with John Stapleton and Sally Jones
Reports from Mark Easton Bill Neely , Anita Findley
Caroline Righton , Gail Foley and James Cox
Weather followed by Open Air with Eamonn Holmes
(Answers to your comments 11. 00am)
A HANNA BARBERA production (R)
Weather followed by Going for Gold
Andy Crane with programme news and birthday greetings followed by Play School
Presenters Floella Benjamin and lain Lauchlan
Story: Pimpernel Petrolium by WILMA HORSBRUGH told by Brian Cant (R)
with Roger Rees
The second of seven brief films made on location in the Holy Land which tell the story of the last days of Jesus on earth, using
St Mark's words from the Authorised Version of the Bible.
Weather followed by Open Air
Pattie Coldwell and Eamonn Holmes give you the chance to voice your opinions on last night's television. Ring [number removed].
Weather followed by Daytime Live with Pamela Armstrong Alan Titchmarsh and Judi Spiers
Fifty minutes of live entertainment, music and conversation from Pebble Mill.
with Michael Buerk
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Nikki and Laura finally sort out their relationship, with a little help from Clive and a friend. Clive proposes to Susan.
(For cast see page S3. Shown again at 5.35pm)
Hosted by Henry Kelly
With seven contestants left who will be today's winner and go through to the final game on Thursday?
with No Trumpets, No Drums Gary files for divorce and gets into a fistfight with Ray. Mack goes undercover to break the Wolfbridge Group. Val hears distressing news from El Salvador.
Written by scott HAMMNER Directed by LARRY ELIKANN
Dilys Morgan talks to
David and Lucinda Green Seven years ago, to the shock of many, Lucinda Prior-Palmer and David Green married. At the time
Lucinda was the first lady of three-day eventing, the darling of the British public, and David an Australian newcomer in the same tough field. Today they talk about how they have coped with their competitive careers, dissimilar backgrounds, and each other.
Film editor DAVE MONK
Producer JEANNE LA CHARD
Everything from high street to haute couture, jumble sales to jodhpurs, knitwear to knickers, television's own fashion magazine presented by Selina Scott , Jeff Banks and Caryn Franklin Producer ROGER CASSTLES BBC Pebble Mill
Andy Crane - starting with Doodle
This week Doodle is clowning around at Middle Row School - but he does find time to introduce a few more of his artistic friends and the cartoon favourites Touche Turtle, Mr Hiccup ,
Bullwinkle and the Plonsters. Music MICHAEL OMER Executive producer
THERESA PLUMMER-ANDREWS Producer ROY MILANI
Stan and Ollie take lessons on how to be lumberjacks in Lumber Jerks (R)
Told by Thora Hird for Jackanory
Today: Mrs Pepperpot Gives a Party
Robin Hood Yogi
Yogi decides to rob the rich to feed the poor - especially the poor bears. (R)
Written and presented by Johnny Ball , Ann De Caires and Mark Salter
Know who's the winner in the contest between man and animals or how a phone call travels thousands of miles across the world in a split second? Thousands of miles away from Earth Hyperspace Hotel has a sinister visitor and the chips are down. And how did steam turn
Birmingham into a city of 1,000 trades over 200 years ago? Know who, how, when and why? Watch Knowhow! Hyperspace Hotel
4: On the Trail of the Lonesome Megaburger written by JAMES FOLLETT
Researcher JASON GARBETT
Studio director BRENDA BARRIE Producer JANE TARLETON
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Voice of Knowall:
with John Craven 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
The last in a five-part series by SID WADDELL Final Demand
Cup final day and Jossy is in trouble. If the Giants win, he faces a shoot out with Goliath and the Boss.
Producer PAUL STONE
Director EDWARD PUGH (R)
Cllr Glenda Fletcher:
Ian 'Selly' Sellick:
with Nicholas Witchell and Philip Hayton
Weather MICHAEL FISH
London Plus, Spotlight Points West, Look East
Look North, South Today North West Tonight Midlands Today
with Frank Bough
A break from work or a working break? Is the experience of a kibbutz holiday exhausting or exhilarating? Kathy Tayler slips down to the appealing banana groves of Israel to help out and find out.
Bill Buckley is locked into a slower pace of life nearer home - on a narrow boat trickling its way at walking pace through north Wales on the Llangollen Canal.
And Gillian Reynolds takes to the Loire Valley where the kings of France wooed their queens and mistresses in a stunning collection of chateaux - each one an expression of undying love. Senes producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN
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by Liane Aukin.
"I'm not going to see him any more. He'll have to move out. Go to the bed and breakfast."
Bill Beaumont and Emlyn Hughes captain two teams of sporting celebrities. Questionmaster David Coleman tests their memories of the greatest and the funniest moments in sport and, tonight, the sixth and final Mystery
Personality in this year's viewers' competition.
Entries to: A Question of Sport BBCtv, PO Box 77, Manchester M607QS
Director MICK DEMPSEY Producer MIKE ADLEY BBC Manchester
Trivial Pursuit? - The
Natural Mystery of Play Narrated by David Attenborough
A kitten with a ball of wool, young squirrels chasing each other in the trees, lion cubs stalking their mother's tail - it's easy enough to see when animals are playing. But why do they do it?
In search of the answer, this programme looks at some of the champion 'players' of the animal world, otters and cheetahs, squirrels and rhesus monkeys, but above all, kittens, whose playful antics are the guide to the behaviour of many animals in the wild. Film editors
ANDREW MORT , DAVID THRASHER Written and produced by DILYS BREESE BBC Bristol
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with Martyn Lewis and Philip Hayton
Regional News; Weather
An original serial in five parts by JOHN MCNEIL starring Eamon Boland with Sean Caffrey
Alan Devlin , Tony Doyle and Emer Gillespie
3: The Motive, Not the Deed 'The trouble is, I ask what data we have on Scanlon ... the machine tells me. I ask where it came from. Up comes the code for "get lost".'
Music compsed by RICHARD HARVEY Videotape editor BRIAN ASHCROFT Script editor JENNY SHERIDAN Designer ALEX GOURLAY Producer RON CRADDOCK Director KEN HANNAM
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Chief Insp 'Daisy' Burke:
Eugene Byrne McManus:
Sir David Lean
Sir David Lean was 80 this week. He's one of Britain's most distinguished film directors. His credits include Brief Encounter, Great
Expectations, The Bridge on the River Kwai, Lawrence of Arabia, Dr Zhivago, Ryan's
Daughter and, most recently, A Passage to India. His films have accumulated countless awards and nominations.
'I like telling stories: it may be out of fashion at the moment in some circles, but it has been with us since we lived in caves.' Indeed David Puttnam called him 'the greatest storyteller on film'. Lean is renowned both for his attention to detail and the epic scale of his films. 'I like working for big screen and big cinemas, not tiny art houses.'
Barry Norman interviews
Sir David Lean about a life of film-making. It includes extracts from his films, and archive footage of him at work.
Director BRUCE THOMPSON Producer JANE LUSH
('A Passage to India' will be shown next Sunday on BBC1)
The second programme Christ's teachings and preparations for his final journey to Jerusalem are illustrated in music by TCHAIKOVSKY, FRANCK,
MENDELSSOHN. ELGAR and BRAHMS.
Richard Morton (tenor) David Wilson-Johnson (baritone)
City of Birmingham Choir BBC Welsh Symphony Orchestra conducted and introduced by Owain Arwel Hughes Recorded in Tewkesbury Abbey Lighting STAN JONES BBC Wales