Oil's Well That Ends Well An RKO film
with Jeremy Paxman and Kirsty Wark
Reports from BILL NEELY ANITA FINDLEY
RORY CELLAN JONES
GAIL FOLEY , BILL TURNBULL and CAROLINE RIGHTON
With the latest sports news from Sally Jones
Weather forecasts from Francis Wilson at 7.25, 7.55 and 8.25
Regional news and travel updates at 7.27. 7.57 and 8.27
Weather followed by Dallas
Terms of Estrangement
There's a new development in Jenna's case thanks to a very candid camera, but her reaction is less than positive. Written by PETER DUNNE
Directed by ALEXANDER SINGER (R) (For cast see page 38)
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Presented by Jimmy Savile A series oftenprogrammes about preventing road accidents.
8:Dark, Wet and Icy
When it is dark, wet or icy, the accident rate shoots up.
This programme shows some of the dangers and suggests ways of reducing the risk. (R)
Weather followed by Beauty Is in the Eye Every society has its own idea of beauty. This series of films looks at some of them.
Amazon - Little Painted Lady The Txucarranne Indians celebrate their good harvest by transforming 5-year-old AURA into an Amazon goddess.
Producer BOB SAUNDERS (R)
Simon Parkin - starting with Play School
Presenters Iain Lauchlan Chloe Ashcroft
Story: The Mermaid and the Fisherman by ALFRED LORD TENNYSON (R) and Paddington
Paddington Dines Out by MICHAEL BOND Narrated by Michael Hordern
Animated and directed by IVOR WOOD
Music by HERBERT CHAPPELL Executive producer
GRAHAM CLUTTERBUCK (R)
with Barry Foster Producer RALPH ROLLS
Weather followed by Wild Flower
A series in sixparts 4: Wild Roses
Stars of the hedgerows, wild roses are blooming in June and July. Although there are over a dozen different kinds in Britain, dog and field roses are the commonest.
Michael Jordan explores how wild roses have been exploited by generations of gardeners to produce the many garden varieties enjoyed today.
Video cameraman ALAN HAYWARD Producer SARA FORD BBC Bristol (R)
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Today's dishes will tempt the lone vegetarian.
The mighty brown lentil is tossed around in a salad, finds itself in a moussaka and sits nicely alongside tagliatelle in three cheeses.
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Felicity Kendal in conversation with Richard Baker (R)
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Weather followed by The Animals Roadshow Desmond Morris and Sarah Kennedy cross the sea to the Isle of Man to discover some of the island's distinctive animal heritage. Editor DAVID MARTIN BBC Scotland (R)
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with Michael Buerk
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Des is forced to do some unexpected overtime at the bank as Daphne is taken hostage, but where does Henry fit into all this? Writer RAY KOLLE
Director GAYE ARNOLD
(For cast see page 3& Shown again at
I The first of two colourful matinees starring the popular song and dance man. With Rita Hayworth and Phil Silvers
When happy-go-lucky chorus girl Rusty Parker enters a modelling contest, she little realises how successful she will become. Nor does she notice how far her fabulous new life is taking her from
Danny McGuire , the man she loves. Gene Kelly choreographed this popular JEROME KERN/IRA GERSHWIN musical, including the 'Shadow Dance' number in which Kelly dances with himself.
Screenplay by VIRGINIA VAN UPP based on a story by ERWIN GELSEY Produced by ARTHUR SCHWARTZ Directed by CHARLES VTDOR
(Tomorrow Gene Kelly in 'Invitation to the Dance' at 1. 50pm)
Coudair as a young man:
starring with Day of the Full
Moon Mark wins his school's good citizen award and promptly gets suspended.
Written by JUDY pioli
Directed by JEFF CHAMBERS (R)
Simon Parkin - starting with Heathcliff with Cats and Co
A cartoon series starring that favourite alley-cat, Heathcliff, the terror of the town.
Today's stories: Bamboo Island and Super Hero Mungo
with Phillip Schofield
Another round of the all-action film quiz with four new teams, each trying to become this week's Star Movie Makers.
Will they score enough points to be sure of a place in the final, or will they be too shaken and stirred by the cocktail mix?
Test your own knowledge of the 'silver screen' at home.
What's happening in the world? Newsround brings you the big stories of the day and the facts behind them. Editor JOHN CRAVEN
The boy who lost his laugh by JAMES KRÜSS
Testing the Betting Power ... Having made a deal with the Baron, Tim decides to see whether his new betting power really works. Director SIGI ROTHEMUND
English version script by NEL ROMANO
Producer ANGELA BEECHING
with Nicholas WitcheU and Philip Hayton
Weather MICHAEL FISH
Among Terry's guests at the Television Theatre tonight is Neighbours star, Kylie Minogue.
Simon King has received thousands of letters asking him to reveal the secrets of filming wildlife. Twin sisters, desperate for a glimpse of hares 'boxing', join him on location on the Somerset levels; a landscape designer travels to Scotland, enduring clouds of midges, for a rare view of the elusive European otter; and revelling in the beauty of the island of Skye, Toyah Willcox sets off in quest of the majestic golden eagle.
Producer TONY RAYNER
Executive producer JOHN KING BBC Pebble Mill
Sixfilms in which
Chris Serle and Paul Heiney take it in turns to plunge in at the deep end and learn the hard way about a completely new world.
1: Press Photographer
Chris Serle is just an average amateur photographer. Will he convince a national newspaper that he has what it takes to be sent on a major picture assignment? For six weeks, Chris works with some of the top photographers in Fleet Street learning to capture the most dramatic moment of a news story. 'You've got to be quicker, sharper, faster than all the people around you,' warns former editor
Derek Jameson as Chris prepares to do battle with 50 pros on a solo royal assignment. Film cameraman IAN PUNTER Producer NICK HANDEL (R)
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with Martyn Lewis and Philip Hayton
Regional News; Weather
An Australian Family at War A powerful award-winning mini-series in five parts tracing the effect of Australia's controversial involvement in the Vietnam war through the experiences of one family. Starring
1: Canberra, November 1964In government circles the major question is whether Australia should commit troops to aid the Americans in Vietnam. The Prime
Minister's aide, Douglas Goddard , supports conscription. At home, his son Phil is more interested in becoming a photographer than in contemplating foreign wars. His daughter, Megan, is growing up fast and growing aware of her sexuality, while his wife, Evelyn, is becoming increasingly frustrated by Douglas's patronising manner. Then comes the fateful day of the conscription ballot - it is a day that will change the Goddard's lives irrevocably and in every sense turn them into 'a family at war'. Written by TERRY HAYES.
JOHN DUIGAN and CHRIS NOONAN Directed by JOHN DUIGAN. CHRIS NOONAN
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NatWest Bank Trophy TONY LEWIS introduces highlights from one of today's second-round matches.
Producer KEITH MACKENZIE