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Alfred Brickrock Presents (R)
with Jeremy Paxman and Kirsty Wark
Weather followed by Open Air
Eamonn Holmes is your host for the first of another week from Open Air. Call [number removed]with your comments and questions on what you've seen on television. Producers CHARLES BRUCE DON JONES. ROGER WILKES
UZ MCCALLUM. TONY HARRISON Senior director ROGER NEALE Editor SUSAN L. WOODWARD BBC North West
Robert Kilroy-Silk with lively and topical discussions on the subjects you are talking about. Every weekday morning everyone has a chance to put their point of view. Directors
LINDA NASH. ANN MORELY
Deputy editor JOHN GETGOOD Editor DAVID WICKHAM
Weather followed by The Flintstones
How to Pick a Fight with Your Wife without Really Trying Fred and Barney find attempts at marriage counselling are a recipe for disaster (R)
Simon Parkin - starting with Playbus which stops today at The Why Bird Stop
Where someone is coming to collect an elephant from the lost property office.
Story: The New Playgroup by JUDY TAYLOR
Driver Simon Davies
FIONA BEYNON BROWN Designer TONY LAWRENCE Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Director CLARE BRADLEY
Producer BARBARA RODDAM
A FELGATE production for BBCtv
by ELISABETH BERESFORD A Game of Golf
Told by Bernard Cribbins Music by MIKE BATT
Animated and directed by IVOR WOOD (R)
with Elizabeth Bell
Weather followed by Open Air
Monday is Viewers' Verdict day on Open Air. If you'd like the camera to come to you at work or at home, call [number removed]. And you can help select a sketch which will be played in Comic Relief. Watch Open Air for details of the special 'select a sketch' vote lines.
Weather followed by Daytime Live
With Sue Cook, Judi Spiers and Tina Baker.
Catch up on the latest chart news with Simon Potter , and meet guest of the day, Peggy Mount.
Editor STEVE WEDDLE
with Philip Hayton
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
What is the mystery behind the young woman pursuing Des?
This week's cast:
Written by PENNY FRASER
Directed by ANDREW FRIEDMAN
Henry Kelly introduces seven new European contestants to once again 'Go for Gold'
Production executive (GRUNDY TV)
Designer DAVID LASKEY Director (BBC) STEVE CHILVER
Executive producer (GRUNDY TV) MICHAEL WHYTE
Associate producer KERENSA BUNCE A REG GRUNDY production in association with BBCtv
starring with Eden Is the Place We Leave Ironside becomes an intermediary when a Samoan clan has difficulty in adapting its life-long traits to the American way of life.
Written by JOHN KNEUBUHL
Directed by DANIEL PETRIC (R)
wheelchair-bound detective, Robert T Ironside:
Det Sgt Ed Brown:
Officer Eve Whitfield:
School of Hard Knocks
Mark discovers that being a bright student can be a thorny problem --.especially when the thorn is in the side of his older brother.
. Written by ZACH WESCHLER and JAY ABROMOWITCH
Directed by HOWARD STORM
Judi Spiers finds out how to save time, effort and money. The Bazaar Youth Workshop - for youths up to the age of 90! Alison Mitchell sorts out those life-style changes. Lesley Waters makes the Bazaar Blue Cheese Special. Designer Sandy Black has new ideas and Sally Ann Voak on how to get rid of stress.
Producer DAVE THOMAS
Series producer ERICA GRIFFITHS (e)
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Andy Crane - starting with Pigeon Street
Somewhere to Eat
Hugo and Betty plan how everybody could meet up and eat lunch together - but it's not as easy as it looks.
With voices of George Layton and John Telfer Music by BENNI LEES
Written by MICHAEL COLE Designed by ALAN ROGERS Animated by PETER LANG
Produced by DAVID YATES (R)
by BARRY MURRAY starring Paul Daniels The Story of Magic (2)
Continuing the story of magic bringing us through recent years right up-to-date.
Directed by PHIL BISHOP (R)
by TERRY JONES
Told for Jackanory in five daily parts by Tony Robinson 1: This is the story of the most extraordinary boy who turns into gold. Follow his death-defying stunts on a bizarre quest for dragon's blood! (R)
When an overzealous 13-year-old superhero 'wanna-be' spends a day at Monitor, it could mean the destruction of the earth.
with Mark Curry, Caron Keating and Yvette Fielding
A special Children's BBC version of the famous game.
with Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey Weather BILL GILES
Richard Bath, Rob Curling and Roy Sheppard bring you tonight's news and views from London and the south east. Plus sport from Michael Wale
Editor FIONA CHESTERTON
Join Sue and her guests for lively conversation and entertainment live from the Television Theatre. Director TOM CORCORAN Producer JANE O'BRIEN
Series producer PETER ESTALL
Faced with images of poverty in the Third World, we have become a nation of givers.
This week, Watchdog goes on the trail of elusive American evangelist Don Stewart and investigates the Third World charity operations of Feed My People Ltd in Britain and the United States. Will your donations go where you intend? Reporters
MIKE EMBLEY , MICHAL LEVIN Deputy editor ALLAN SHARPE
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Lime Grove, London W12 8QT or ring the hotline on 01- [number removed]
by BOB FERRIS.
Starring Ronnie Barker with Josephine Tewson. Spring 1937
Clarence and Travers continue their trial period living together. Money is short and Clarence is forced to the labour exchange to find work.
Designer JOHN BRISTOW
Produced and directed by MIKE STEPHENS
Man at bus stop:
Blubber Lovers Narrated by David Attenborough.
Why is balding biologist
Bumey J. le Boeuf crawling around California with a bottle of ladies hair colouring? Why is he dragging a glass-fibre model seal through the dunes? It's to study the sex life of the elephant seal. A bull seal can weigh seven times more than a cow, in human terms that's the equivalent of a woman being leapt on by three Sumo wrestlers at once.
These superlative seals feed at record breaking depths, which keeps them out of the jaws of the great white shark ... sometimes!
Photography RICHARD GANNICLIFFT FUm editor ANDREW NAYLOR Written and produced by MOIRA MANN
Series producer DILYS BREESE BBC Bristol
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J. Le Boeuf
with Martyn Lewis
Regional News; Weather
The Tender Trap
A E3.5 billion revolution is sweeping through Britain's town halls. By August, every council in England and Wales will have to start putting six essential services out to tender - including rubbish collection, school-cleaning and parks - and private contractors will be expected to bid for them. It's designed to save hundreds of millions of pounds, but thousands may lose their jobs. Will the home owner get better value for money or will the quality of services decline?
Manchester, Lincoln, London and the dustbins of Paris, Ian Smith investigates the time bomb the Tories have set ticking under local government. Producer MARK KILLICK Editor TIM GARDAM
Keith Carradine Powers Boothe
The 'weekend warriors' of the Louisiana
National Guard set off on manoeuvres deep in treacherous swampland. When the Bravo squad discover an uncharted lake and steal canoes from the local Cajun Indians, a tragic mix-up results in violent death. Lost in the swamp, the men soon find they are being ruthlessly hunted down by an unseen enemy determined to exact a brutal revenge.
A tense and unusual thriller from the director of Red Heat.
Screenplay by MICHAEL KANE , WALTER HILL and DAVID GILER Produced by DAVID GILER Directed by WALTER HILL
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Presented by Hugh Scully and Helen Madden.
This week, the plight of ex-council tenants who've bought homes they cannot sell because of claims that they are defective.
The programme covers the dilemma of those trapped in Pre-Reinforced Concrete (PRO houses.
Researcher NICK CALDER
Series editor CHRIS LENT (e)