Directed by HARRY D'ARCY
An RKO film
with John Stapleton and Jeremy Paxman.
News summaries read by Jill Dando on the hour and half-hour.
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. Reports from MARK EASTON. ANITA FINDLEY , CHARLIE LEE -POTTER and BILL TURNBULL.
Mark Easton. Anita
Weather followed by Open Air
The Open Air team are in the studio to take your calls about what's on television. Call on [number removed].
with Robert Kilroy-Silk
Weather followed by Going for Gold
Andy Crane - starting with Playbus
The Dot Stop
Six is the number of the day; Dot plays with reflections.
Storyteller Iain Lauchlan Story: The Fountain Music PAUL READE
Harpist CARYS HUGHES Producer MICHAEL COLE
Paddington Buys a Share by MICHAEL BOND. Narrated by Michael Hordem (R)
with Steven Pacey
Weather followed by Open Air
Tell Open Air what you think about television on all four channels. Ring [number removed].
Weather followed by Daytime Live with Alan Titchmarsh and Judi Spiers.
Michael Smith launches the Campaign for Great British Food.
with Philip Hayton
Weather BERNARD DAVEY
Ted Shackleford as Gary; Joan van Ark as Val; Donna Mills as Abby; Kevin Dobson as Mack; Michele Lee as Karen; Douglas Sheehan as Ben; William Devane as Greg; Alec Baldwin as Joshua; Julie Harris as Lilimae; Howard Duff as Paul; Mayf Nutter as Parker
As Gary woos Val again. Parker is desperate to get her to the altar - only one can win.
with Barbara Dickson and Roy Noble.
This week how to shop, eat out and drink socially without putting on weight. Anton Mosimann offers another gourmet slimmers' recipe, and Valerie Singleton and Ian St John reveal their slimming regimes. Producer TONY MCAVOY
A PROSPECT PICTURES production for BBC Wales
Today: Pink Panther, Le Feets Defeat and Pink on the Cob (R)
Andy Crane - starting with by BOB GODFREY and STAN HAYWARD. The Circus
Narrated and directed by Bob Godfrey
Music PETER SHADE (R)
Where actions speak louder than words.
Presented by Wayne Pritchett with Gurnell Middle School, Ealing, Mime Troupe. The Bodytalk band:
Bill Le Sage (keyboards)
Simon Woolf (bass guitar)
Mark Reader (guitar/vocals) and guest Animate Theatre Written by WAYNE PRITCHETT and NINA TULLAR
Directed by JULIA KNOWLES
Produced by PETER CHARLTON
Deep under the sea in the mystical underwater world of Snorkland lives a society of tiny creatures called Snorks. A Snork on the Wild Side
by URSULA MORAY WILLIAMS told for Jackanory by Matthew Devitt. 3: Pirates and Pebble
Will the pirates overrun
Paddy's private paradise?
The story of a young orphan boy in search of his mother. Escaping Smugglers
In Spain, Belle and Sebastian save two men from wolves. Unknown to Sebastian, they are smugglers who intend to steal Belle and sell her in town.
The up-to-the-minute news service for Britain's children.
by PHILIPPA PEARCE dramatised in sixepisodes by JULIA JONES.
5: Hatty's accident seems to have brought about a change in her. And time in the garden seems to be changing its pattern, too....
Music PAUL READE
Studio camera supervisor DAVE WHITE
Visual effects designer MALCOLM JAMES
Designer GWEN EVANS Producer PAUL STONE
Director CHRISTINE SECOMBE
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Mrs Mangel schemes to stop the relationship between Harold and Eileen bearing fruit.
Written by RICK MAIER
Directed by PAUL MOLONEY
with Nicholas Witchell and Philip Hayton
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Join Terry live at the Television Theatre, as he talks to people in the news.
Further extracts from 50 years of film entertainment produced by Rank.
Narrated by Sir John Mills This week: Doctors and Nurses. Laughter is the best medicine and there's plenty with James Robertson
Justice and Dirk Bogarde in Doctor in the House and Kenneth Williams and Charles Hawtrey in Carry On Matron and Norman Wisdom in A Stitch in Time. Written by MAURICE SELLAR and LOU JONES Produced by MAURICE SELLAR and ROBERT SCDAWAY
A BEST OF BRITISH FILM production
While JR gets used to the sound of the men working on a chain gang, Southfork is shown McKay's good neighbourliness and Bobby gets a fascinating lesson in pool....
Written by ARTHUR BERNARD LEWIS Directed by MICHAEL PREECE
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with Anne Robinson Producer WARWICK CROSS
0 WRITE TO: Points of View,
BBCtv Centre, London W128QT.
0 RADIO TIMES LETTERS: page 80
with Michael Buerk
Regional News; Weather
The Battle of the Sexes
If you thought that women's liberation had ended the arguments, forget it. Ever since anyone can remember, men and women have been at each other's throats. But are the sexes basically the same underneath; or are there really fundamental differences between us?
With the men led by Stuart Hall and the women under Faith Brown's guidance,
Q.E.D. decided to find out - by making the sexes fight it out in a series of special games, designed to test all kinds of abilities. The psychologists reckon they know who will win what; but will they be proved right? If you want to find out if yours is the superior sex - join the fun and the heat of the battle; and see how comfortably you can accept the revealing results.
Introduced by Steve Rider and featuring:
FA Cup Football
The pick of the night's fourth-round replays as teams compete for the last 16 places on the road to Wembley.
Commentators BARRY DAVIES and JOHN MOTSON Boxing
As Lloyd Honeyghan completes his final preparations for the defence of his WBC Welterweight
Title against Marlon Starling (USA), Harry Carpenter reports from Las Vegas on the pre-fight hostilities.
World Championship Ski-ing Will the Swiss dominate in Vail, Colorado, as they did in Crans Montana two years ago? David Vine has the early answers including action from the men's and women's combined slaloms. Television presentation:
Football JOHN SHREWSBURY Boxing JOHN PHILIPS Ski-ing ABC
Assistant editor GRAHAM FRY Producer CHARLES BALCHIN Editor JOHN ROWUNSON