in Newlywed's Boarder An RKO film
with John Stapleton and Kirsty Wark
Weather followed by Dallas
Jamie has a hard time convincing JR she's a member of the family. Cliff discovers wealth can attract powerful friends as well as enemies. Pam sees a ghost. This week's cast:
Written and directed by LEONARD KATZMAN (R)
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A sequence of yoga movements that builds up day by day into a routine that will stretch and exercise the whole body.
The Triangle into Refresher (R) (e)
Weather followed by Miniature Worlds Down in the Duck Pond
A family of ducklings follow their mother down to the pond - an idyllic scene.
But under the surface lurks a whole bestiary of miniature monsters: a hair-like creature without eyes or mouth, a beast armoured in living shells and a bloated bloodsucker that swallows prey as large as itself.... Written and narrated by Peter France
Director NIGEL MARVEN BBC Bristol (R)
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Andy Crane - starting with Play School
Presenter Floella Benjamin Guest Johnny Ball Story: Flatlands adapted by JOHNNY BALL (R)
Comhill Insurance Test Series England v West Indies from Trent Bridge
TONY LEWIS introduces live coverage of the morning's play on the final day. including at 10.55 and 12.00 News and Weather
with Michael Buerk
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Is someone going to make an honest woman of Kelly at last?
This week's cast:
Written by YSABELLE DEAN
Directed by PETER ANDRIKIDIS
England v West Indies TONY LEWIS introduces further live coverage.
[Starring] Leif Erickson as Big John, Cameron Mitchell as Buck Cannon, Linda Cristal as Victoria, Henry Darrow as Manolito, Mark Slade as Billy Blue, Jack Lord as Dan Brookes
Blue's uncle, long-lost Dan Brookes, shows up badly wounded at the Cannon ranch. Blue is delighted to see his relative, but is Brookes all he seems?
Andy Crane - starting with Sebastian the Incredible
Drawing Dog! with Michael Barrymore 10: The Shyest Man in the World
Devised, illustrated and written by DAVID MYERS
Producer CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON (R)
Schoolchildren around the country are busy with pens, pencils and paints on Doodle again this week, while cartoon characters Touche
Turtle, Mr Hiccup , Bullwinkle and the Plonsters get up to more cartoon pranks. Music MICHAEL OMER Executive producer
THERESA PLUMMER-ANDREWS Producer ROY MILANI
A 13-part serial by VALERIE GEORGESON from a story by MARGARET STUART BARRY 3: After only one day at school, the Witch decides to play truant. She thinks up a song for the Eurovision Song Contest. Meanwhile, Jimmy has a lot of bad luck.
'George' supplied by Ads Agency Producer ANGELA BEECHING Director DAVID BELL (R)
Real-life stories about children today, told by children themselves .
The Girl Who Makes Pigs Fly Emily [text removed] likes to make things happen. She makes models of pigs and she makes them fly. She is determined to study craft, design and technology. But her school in north London has no CDT facilities. So since she was 10, Emily has been bombarding government ministers, captains of industry and education chiefs with letters. The story of her campaign to overcome the obstacles in her way is introduced by Judith Hann.
Film editor JERRY LEON
Executive producer ERIC ROWAN Director KATE COPSTICK
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Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell present the latest events of the day from Britain and around the world. Weather BILL GILES
'It's all about you, the great British public,' says Derek Jameson. He's joined by reporters Jeni Barnett , Lucy Pilkington and Chris Serle - they're out searching the nation's byways for extraordinary stories and strange tales.
This week Lucy meets Phil and Jaki Dick - members of an obscure cult - and gets into one of their all-night rituals in Leeds. Chris becomes a 'Tutti' man in deepest Berkshire, where he has to climb a ladder and claim a kiss.
And as for Derek, he's out and about asking the people he meets, 'Hope and Glory! What's your story?' Send your story to: People, BBCtv Kensington House Richmond Way
London W14 OAX
Producer SARAH CAPLIN
Series producer PETER BAZALGETTE
by Gilly Fraser.
"I can't take any more of Donna. You've got to convince her, get her to go back home..."
(For cast see page 62)
by JOHN ESMONDE and BOB LARBEY
Sandra is leaving the company and Lionel senses that her hasty departure is caused by Jacko. He advertises her job and Jacko has to move fast to reverse the situation - then he is side-tracked by a chance meeting with Lesley.
DEXY'S MIDNIGHT RUNNERS Designer jo DAY
Produced and directed by MANDIE FLETCHER (R)
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by RAY GALTON and ALAN SIMPSON starring and
Loathe Story featuring
Raymond Huntley with Georgina Cookson Joanna Lumley
Damans Hayman Philip Bruce
Incidental music by DENNIS WILSON Original theme by RON GRAINER Designer ROGER UMINTON
Producer JOHN HOWARD DAVIES (R)
with Martyn Lewis and Philip Hayton
Regional News; Weather
by ROBERT FERGUSON 'It'll be wonderful in Shropshire Pamela', but will Edward's dreams be shattered by Pamela's lies and secrets? Edward too has his secrets.... the journey into Shropshire provokes a confrontion which has disturbing consequences for young Emily.
Music JIM PARKER
Designer RAYMOND LANGHORN Script editor len Kingston
Producer ANDREE MOLYNEUX Director DAVID TUCKER
Presented by Anna Ford with Craig Charles
Two months ago, the BBC1 series Black and White revealed the amount of racial prejudice which still exists in Britain. But what about television itself? Many Afro-Caribbean and Asian viewers remain dissatisfied with the portrayal of black people on television. One of those viewers is Elaine Sihera , who argues in her own film that the black audience is not getting full value for their licence fee. Following her film, other viewers and some of the responsible broadcasters discuss that contention and how further advances in integration should be achieved. Assistant producer
Studio director NIGEL FINNIS
Executive producer JEREMY GIBSON Producer ROBIN GUTCH
If you want to use 'Network' write to Network, BBCtv, London W12 8QT or leave a message any time on [number removed]
Data: Management Systems How does a complex piece of software, such as a database management system, keep track of what it's doing?
Producer JOHN JAWORSH