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Mad about Moonshine
An RKO film
with Kirsty Wark and Jeremy Paxman
Weather fniinwed by Open Air
Eamonn Holmes and the Open Air team invite you to Phone in with your views on the weekend's television. 0 FEATURE: page 10
Robert Kilroy-Silk is back for a new season of lively and topical discussions on the subjects you are talking about. Every weekday morning everyone has a chance to put their point of view.
Weather followed by The Pink Panther Show (R)
Andy Crane - starting with:
Playbus stops today at The Why Bird Stop where the 'Who What When Where and Why Bird', usually known as the Why Bird, helps the driver to sort out lost property and uses her machine to tell her story.
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10.50am Jimbo and the Jet Set: Royal Visitors
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Title Music (Playbus):
Title Design (Playbus):
with Anne Stallybrass
Weather followed by Open Air with Pattie Coldwell , Eamonn Holmes and Susan Rae
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Weather followed by Daytime Live with Sue Cook ,
Alan Titchmarsh , Judi Spiers and Simon Potter Britain's brightest magazine is back with Sue Cook joining the team. Alan Titchmarsh meets Ron Reagan Jr.
Plus a report on 80s pop phenomenon Bros, and music from Chris de Burgh.
with Michael Buerk
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Will Mrs Mangel ever be the same again?
Written by GEOFF NEWTON Directed by MARK PIPER
Henry Kelly invites contestants from 15
European countries once again to Go for Gold. A trip to the 1988 Olympic Games was the champion's prize for the first series and the second series champion will Go for Gold in Australia, visiting the goldmining area of Victoria and the sun-drenched beaches of the Gold Coast in Queensland. Play along with Beat the Buzzer, Four in a Row, and the final round
Head to Head on the first day of the search to find the European Quiz champion.
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starring with Guest stars
The People against Judge McIntyre
Mark's law school class recreates a famous murder trial and the professor's life is threatened.
Written by UAM O'BRIEN
Directed by ABNER BIBERMAN (R)
Robert T Ironside:
Det Sgt Ed Brown:
Officer Eve Whitfield:
Join Peter Hudson and David Halls in their revolving kitchen, as they show some different and unusual ways of preparing chicken that are both simple to do and original and delicious in taste, including roast chicken with cloves and spicy
Parmesan drumsticks. The special guest is Faith Brown Producer GEORGINA ABRAHAMS Director BOB MARSLAND
A FRIDAY PRODUCTIONS programme for BBCtv
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with Judi Spiers , Fred Harris Knit an exclusive designer sweater, cook a feast for a family in just 15 minutes, continue the make-up master class with Barbara Daly , joined today by top hair stylist John Frieda and keep your garden growing over the winter with Geoffrey Smith. Producer STACEY ADAMS
Series producer ERICA GRIFFITHS (e) (For Bazaar Extra factsheet send a large 14p sae to [address removed]
Andy Crane - starting with
Stoppit and Tidyup: I Said No
Narrated by Terry Wogan
It's Great Gherkin Feast Day, and everybody is out collecting gherkins.
4.00pm A Bear Behind
with Lindsey Coulson and Not the humdrum teddy bear kind
That anyone anywhere just might find. Oh no....
Boz is a very special bear and he and Lindsey both love rhymes and verse. Farm story:
The King's Breakfast by A. A. Milne, with illustrations by E. H. Shepard
Cameraman Chris Wickham
Executive producer Angela Beeching
Producer Margie Barbour
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Based on the stories by Alfred Bestall
Storyteller Ray Brooks Rupert and Morwenna
4.15pm Laurel and Hardy in Skyscraper Scape (R)
4.20pm Defenders of the Earth: The Root of Evil
A famous scientist's plant food experiment backfires... into a formula that turns people into plants!
4.40pm Beat the Teacher
Presented by Bruno Brookes This is the last 'normal' week on Beat the Teacher - as if it's ever normal! It's the final chance for both pupils and teachers to make their bids for the champion-of-championships.
reporting direct to children about what's going on around the world.
5.05pm Blue Peter
with Mark Curry Caron Keating and Yvette Fielding Happy Birthday to Us!
It's the big day - Blue Peter was born exactly 30 years ago in 1958! What was television like then? Find out in a most unusual flashback to a 1958 living room.
Producers Nick Heathcote, Andrew Whitman, Oliver McFarlane Editor Lewis Bronze
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with Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey
Weather MICHAEL FISH
with Richard Bath Penny Bustin and Deborah Hall brings you tonight's news and views from London and the south east.
Plus sport from Michael Wale Editor FIONA CHESTERTON
Join Terry and his guests.
Does buying a car drive you round the bend? On the eve of the Motor Show, a special edition of Watchdog rallies to the cause of the hapless car buyer, be it of the gleaming new F reg or 'one careful lady owner' variety. Why is it that customers so often fail to get fair deals on wheels? Lynn and John reveal all with a handful of horror stories and Mike Embley reports from the USA on how they've beat the problem. All to make you think twice next time you're down the showroom. Deputy editor STEVE ROSE Editor NICK HAYES
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by Miles Tredinnick
Starring Brian Wilde, Trevor Bannister
When the retired Major Wyatt hears that his sister Edwina's house has been burgled in broad daylight, he decides that the time has come to take action as a citizen against the rising tide of crime. Without bothering to wait for proper police help, he sets about forming his own Neighbourhood Watch.
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written by JANEY PREGER starring Kathy Staff
In the final episode, the family take a week's holiday in Llandudno - Kate and Suzy would like a holiday romance - well, not really, but it might be nice. Then Molly springs a surprise.
Film cameraman JOHN RECORD Designer ANTHONY THORPE Produced and directed by MANDIE FLETCHER
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Woman on coach:
Martyn Lewis and Andrew Harvey
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Thirty-five years old this month, Panorama brings
You the most important and compelling stories from
Britain and across the world, with 40 minutes of investigation, analysis and opinion on the key issues of the day.
Editor TIM GARDAM
starring with guest stars
By Hooker by Crook
The murder of a financial wizard connected to the underworld finds Crockett and Tubbs running around in search of the prostitute who was the last to see him alive.
Meanwhile, Sonny starts falling for a glamorous young businesswoman, but some things are strangely connected and Crockett is to find out, once again, that love can be a deadly thing ...
Written by JOHN SCHULIAN Directed by DON JOHNSON
Christine Von Marburg:
Barry Norman presents his personal review of the week's cinema releases.
Big - the most successful of the current crop of role-reversal films, has a 13-year-old schoolboy whose desire to be big is granted by a fairground wishing machine which transforms him into a 35-year-old Tom Hanks.
The Fruit Machine -
Frank Clarke , who was responsible for Letter to Brezhnev, uses
Liverpool again as the setting for his story of two homosexual teenagers on the run from home. They inadvertently witness a murder, and a story of runaways becomes a thriller as they escape and try to hide from the killer.
Director ALEXANDRA BEAZLEY Producer JANE LUSH
The last in a series in three parts with Andrew Sachs West and East
As a boy in 1930s Berlin, Andrew Sachs could go eastwards through the Brandenberg Gate and along Unter den Linden. Now the Wall has made that route impossible. But Andrew and his wife, Melody, take the Stadtbahn over the Wall to get the feel of East Berlin.
There they talk to two actors - the outspoken Gerry Wolff and a leading light of Brecht's Berliner Ensemble, Wolf Kaiser.
Research KATRIN KOHL Film editor BEN MORRIS
Producer BERNARD ADAMS (e)