in Julius Sizzer
An RKO film
with Jeremy Paxman and Kirsty Wark
with Andy Crane assisted by Siobhan Mayer Colin Heywood and Sue Devaney
There's music, competitions and videos.
Hot House Flowers playing traditional Irish music live in the studio. Starting with The Pink Panther
Today: Salmon Pink, The Ant and the Aardvark, The Pink Phink (R)
Record Breakers with Roy Castle and Cheryl Baker
Roy and thousands of dancers attempt to become the world's largest tap dance troupe. Cheryl has the story of the country's biggest picture, Hallet's Panorama. And women's table tennis counter-hitting champions Jackie Bellinger and Lisa Lomas attempt to beat their own world record. (R)
9.50 Laurel and Hardy in Shutter Bugged (R)
Weather followed by But First This! starting with Hartbeat
An exciting approach to the art of making pictures with Tony Hart , Margot Wilson Joanna Kirk and Colin Bennett as the Caretaker Underneath
There's a dramatic moonscape, a mysterious bookcase and a leaking sink. Assistant producer CLAIRE WINYARD Producer CHRISTOPHER TANDY (R)
If you are 15 or under and would like to send a picture to the Gallery, send your entry to: Hartbeat, BBCtv London W3 6XZ.
There's 's a prize for any that are shown as long as you put your name, age and address on the back. But sorry, none can be returned.
10.30am Play School Muscle Power
Presenters Carol Chell and Nigel Makin
Story: The Giant's Wife (trad) (R)
10.55 Five to Eleven with Philip Madoc
Weather followed by The Garden Party with Viv Lumsden and Eamonn Holmes.
Are animal lovers happier and healthier people? Are holidays good for pets or only for humans?
Desmond Morris and Sarah Kennedy join
The Garden Party with some of the lessons from
The Animals Roadshow.
Mary Marquis 's lunch guest is one of the brightest and best of Britain's reporters - television personality of the year, Kate Adie.
with Michael Buerk
Weather [AN MCCASKILL
Paul is reunited with an old acquaintance. A friendly rivalry between Des and Jim could get out of hand.
Writtenby CHRISTINE MCCOURT
John drives unscrupulous gold prospectors from his land. They retaliate by plotting to kill the Cannons.
Join Judi Spiers and find out how you can save time, effort and, above all, money.
This week Eamonn Holmes gets to grips with microwave cooking. Lesson two of the Make-Up Masterclass with Barbara Daly deals with blusher and powder. Tony van den Bergh instructs his fellow pensioners on how to demand action.
Series producer ERICA GRIFFITHS
Producer CLARE BRIGSTOCKE (R) (e)
van Den Bergh
The Glass Animal Man Bill Axcell can slice a windowpane, melt it in a flame and twirl it into a dragon, a daffodil or a carousel. As a child he was hopelessly clumsy; in the navy he was constantly seasick, and he still wreaks havoc every time he uses a hammer. Glass, to his amazement, works for him, and in his hands becomes a thing of magic. Executive producer JENNIFER JEREMY (R)
starring and Leave It to
Willie Willie finds there isn't much joy in joy-riding.
Written by STEVEN PRITZKER
Directed by PETER BALDWIN (R)
Simon Parkin - starting with Laurel and Hardy in Ride and Seek (R)
A 13-part serial by VALERIE GEORGESON from a story by MARGARET STUART BARRY
8: The day after the jumble sale and almost everybody is in trouble - including Miss Phoeble and Mr Bodley.
Producer ANGELA BEECHING Director DAVID BELL (R)
Imagine a tropical island with sun-washed beaches, damp, lush rainforest, beautiful shady woodlands, lakes, mountains and arid deserts. And everywhere animals - unique animals that are found nowhere else on earth. Inquisitive ring-tailed lemurs, beautiful sifakas, noisy indris, tiny nocturnal mouse lemurs, fabulous birds, colourful chameleons, enormous bats. Su Ingle and Mike Jordan report on why this paradise is under threat, and what you can do to help.
Producer MIKE BEYNON BBC Bristol (R)
with Dennis Weaver and Clint Howard
A series of adventure stories about a boy and his pet bear. Boom's Land Boom-Erang
The Wedloes and Boomhauer try to discourage a businessman from buying land for a gun club in a bird sanctuary.
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with Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell Weather BILL GILES
with Derek Jameson and reporters Jeni Barnett , Lucy Pilkington and Chris Serle. They're out searching for ordinary people doing extraordinary things.
This week: Jeni meets the millionaire undertaker who now conducts one in every 15 funerals in Britain. And guest reporter Glyn Worsnip meets Frankie D'Agostino - the 7-year-old boy who suffers from cancer but still finds the energy to raise money for other sick children. Derek is at the world's largest gathering of Hell's Angels. He'll be asking them what he's asking you,
'Hope and Glory! What's your story?' Send your story to: [address removed]. Producer SARAH CAPUN
Series producer PETER BAZALGETTE
by Jane Hollowood.
"I come here of my own free will to find out what's happened to my pub and I'm told I'm under arrest."
Hallowe 'en by EWART ALEXANDER starring with Producer GERAINT MORRIS Director MARC MILLER (R)
Inspector Kate Longton:
Alan Titchmarsh with your comments in the programme you help to write.
Producer STEVE KELYNACK
0 RADIO TIMES LETTERS: page 96
with Martyn Lewis and Philip Hayton
Regional News; Weather
starring Donna Reed
An exclusive school for girls is in its summer session when the unimaginable happens - a pupil is found murdered. The headmistress is determined to hide the fact and save the school's reputation but when a second killing occurs the secret is out. Terrified, the girls decide to protect each other from the unseen horror.
Screenplay by JENNIFER MILLER Produced by ERV ZAVADA
Directed by WILLIAM WIARD
(First showing on British television) * FILMS: page 26
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Presented by Margo McDonald with Craig Charles Tonight's Network examines the controversies involved in the portrayal of religion on television. Is scheduling religious programmes at peak-time viewing - the so-called 'Godslot' - outdated?
Do religious programmes fail to reflect the full range of religious experience and belief? How should broadcasters respond to the imminent challenge of US-style 'televangelism' on satellite and cable?
Just some of the issues viewers will be raising following a film made with Elaine Storkey. Assistant producer
Studio director NIGEL FINNIS
Executive producer JEREMY GIBSON Producer ROBIN GUTCH
If you want to use 'Network' to criticise television, write to: Network, BBCtv Centre. London W12 SQT, or leave a message any time on [number removed].