in Wrong Romance
An RKO film
with John Stapleton in London and Jeremy Paxman at the Conservative Party Conference in Brighton. Sport from Bob Wilson
Weather followed by In the Making
Last of four programmes Pottery
Tessa Fuchs has a love for the countryside and takes delight in colour. These pleasures feature strongly in her work as a potter. In her studio she makes one of her trees, and talks about the landscapes she makes in clay. Producer ANNE JAMES (R)
Live coverage of the final day of the Conservative Party Conference in Brighton. Commentators
SIR ROBIN DAY
Unit manager MARIE RICOT Editor JAMES HOGAN including at
10.00am News and Weather
Andy Crane - starting with Play School
Would you like to take a trip, Be the captain of a ship? Sail away
Presenters Wayne Jackman Elizabeth Watts lain Lauchlan
The Fishermen's Day Off by JUDY WHITFIELD
Musical director RICHARD BROWN Graphics JOANNA CHEESE
JANE OEIJYE. CLAIRE STANLEY
Stills photographer ROBERT HILL
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Director MARTIN FISHER (R)
Playbus Is Coming!
A chance to meet Why Bird,
Lizzie, Dot. Patch, Humphrey and the Wobble Clown who all travel on the Playbus.
with John Cording Producer RALPH ROLLS
A FORGE PRODUCTIONS LTD programme for BBCtv
Weather followed by Conservative Party
Live coverage, including an address by Conservative
Party Chairman Peter Brooke
Weather followed by Wild World
The Desire of the Moth Narrated and produced by Barry Paine
Series editor PETER JONES BBC Bristol (R)
with Philip Hayton
Weather MICHAEL FISH
Mrs Mangel has an unpleasant experience with a ladder.
Written by WAYNE DOYLE Directed by MARK PIPER
(Cast page 64. Repeated at 5.35pm)
Dunhill Cup from St Andrews , Fife
The second day's play in the world professional team championship.
The eight seeded nations are Scotland, Australia. Ireland, Japan, Wales, Spain, the USA and the holders, England. The six nations who have already qualified are France, Canada, Denmark, the Philippines, Brazil and Argentina. Thailand,
Singapore. Sweden and Zimbabwe are left to fight out the last two places. Producers
ALASTAIR SCOTT and FRED VINER
Executive producer JOHN SHREWSBURY
Andy Crane - starting with:
Presented by Sophie Aldred and Stephen Johnson with Jo Korna
Why do cartoon characters, only have four fingers?
Why do crabs walk sideways, and where was the first pyramid built?
Director ADRIAN MILLS
Series producer ALISON STEWART
Questions to: Corners, [address removed]
4.05pm Ewoks: The Raich
The exploits of the young Ewok, Wicket, and his family and friends.
4.30pm The Satellite Show
with Matthew Devitt Gideon Escott Robert Harley Caroline Leddy
Carla Mendonca. Gary Parker Is CD's popularity going to his head? Or is it just the way he does his hair? As the fan mail pours in at Big Brain Enterprises, the Satellite team wonder if they've got a star on their hands, instead of on the show! Also a visit from Hazell Dean. Executive producer
CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON Designer MEL BIBBY
Director DAVID CRICHTON
Producer TREVOR MCCALLUM
5.10pm Grange Hill
Episode 10 by MARGARET SIMPSON
The lads decide it's time something was done about Mauler McCaul. (R)
(For cast see page 56)
with Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey
Weather BERNARD DAVEY
Join Terry live at the Television Theatre as he talks to people in the news, presents the best in entertainment and springs the occasional surprise.
starring Les Dawson
Join Les in another edition of the comedy quiz game. His special guests are: Christopher Biggins
Gavin Campbell , Su Ingle Sandy Ratcliff
Claire Rayner , Steve Wright Sound supervisor ALAN MACHIN Lighting director ALAN HORNE Designer CHRIS WEBSTER Producer STANLEY APPEL
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Ronnie Corbett Ronnie Barker with Noel Dyson
Michael Nightingale Wanda Ventham
Ronnie Hazlehurst and His Orchestra
Fred Tomlinson Singers Join Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker in a laughter-filled celebration of their
22-year association. Messrs Corbett and Barker have chosen their personal favourites from the many hilarious sketches and songs they have performed together over the years. Wntten by COLIN BOSTOCK-SMITH
DAVID NEWMAN. PETER OSBORNE DAVID RENWICK. GERALD WILEY Record or cassette: 'The Very Best of Me and the Very Best of Him ' REC/ZCM 514
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Martyn Lewis and Andrew Harvey present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad.
Sixth in a ten-part series
A Quiet Night by DAVID ASHTON 'I've got to send a flying squad out....'
Series created by JEREMY BROCK and PAUL UNWIN Script editors
SUSAN BOX and HELEN GREAVES Designer LEN BIRCHENALL Producer GERAINT MORRIS
Director GRAHAM THEAKSTON
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Dr David Rowe:
Eisenstein: Little Boy from Riga
Eisenstein will always be known for The Battleship Potemkin, the film that swept its young director to international fame in 1926, and made cinema seem dangerously powerful by revealing this new dynamic art born of the October
Revolution. But Eisenstein was much more than a great film-maker: he was a Precocious caricaturist and lifelong draughtsman; a theatre designer and director; a teacher, scholar and polemicist.
Omnibus visits the Museum of Modern Art in Oxford, where an exhibition - now at the Hayward Gallery in London - unfolds, revealing original material never before seen in the West. All this helps us to reappraise the 'little boy from Riga', as Eisenstein always thought of himself, and see him as a truly 20th-century Renaissance man. film editor DAVID KITSON Director IAN POTTS
Omnibus editor ANDREW SNELL FEATURE: page 25
from Wembley Arena featuring the Next International Masters In this new winner-takes-all competition, the riders have to gamble with their prize money - by raising the height of the fences they increase the amount they can win, but a fence down will lose them everything.
Plus the Brown Group Speed Horse of the Year competition in which ANNETTE LEWIS and the 'grey flier' Tutein will be trying to defend their title. Introduced by DAVID VINE Commentators
RAYMOND BROOKS-WARD and STEPHEN HADLEY Producers
WENDY SHEPPARD and HUW JONES