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: Ceefax AM

: The Flintstones

Social Climbers (R)

: Weather

: Breakfast Time

with Jeremy Paxman and John Stapleton.
News summaries read by Jill Dando on the hour and the half-hour.
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.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman
Unknown: John Stapleton.
Read By: Jill Dando
Unknown: Sally Jones.
Unknown: Francis Wilson

: News

Weather followed by Open Air with Susan Rae

Contributors

Unknown: Susan Rae

: Kilroy!

with Robert Kilroy-Silk

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Kilroy-Silk

: News

Weather followed by Going for Gold

: Playbus

Simon Parkin - starting with Playbus
The Dot Stop
Ten is the number for Dot today. Ten makes Dash want to play.
Storyteller lain Lauchlan
Story: The Fox and the Crow Music PAUL READE
Producer MICHAEL COLE

Contributors

Unknown: Lain Lauchlan
Music: Paul Reade
Producer: Michael Cole
Dot: Eithne Hannigan

: The Wombles

Cleaning the Ventilator (R)

: Five to Eleven

with Elizabeth Bell

Contributors

Unknown: Elizabeth Bell

: News

Weather followed by Open Air with Susan Rae and Bob Wellings.
Including a look at the work of the make-up department on location with the Casualty production team.

Contributors

Unknown: Susan Rae
Unknown: Bob Wellings.

: News

Weather followed by Daytime Live with Alan Titchmarsh and Floella Benjamin.
Kiki Dee and Con O'Neill perform songs from the musical Blood Brothers.

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown: Floella Benjamin.
Unknown: Kiki Dee
Unknown: Con O'Neill

: One O'Clock News

with Philip Hayton
Weather JOHN KETTLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Hayton
Unknown: Weather John Kettley

: Neighbours

(Details at 5.35pm)

: Going for Gold

Hosted by Henry Kelly.

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Kelly.

: Knots Landing

starring
The Emperor's Clothes
Ben learns that Galveston Industries was responsible for contaminating the water supply in Empire Valley. Galveston marries a mysterious woman as he lies close to death.
Written by JOEL J. FEIGENBAUM Directed by ERNEST PINTOFF

Contributors

Written By: Joel J. Feigenbaum
Directed By: Ernest Pintoff
Gary: Ted Shackleford
Val: Joan van Ark
Abby: Donna Mills
Mack Mackenzie: Kevin Dobson
Karen Mackenzie: Michele Lee
Ben Gibson: Douglas Sheehan
Greg Sumner: William Devane
Joshua Rush: Alec Baldwin
Lilimae: Julie Harris
Cathy: Lisa Hartman
Galveston: Howard Duff

: Scruples

The game of moral dilemmas, hosted by Simon Mayo. Guests this week: Charlotte Hindle
Theresa Gorman , mp Richard Coles Martin Daniels and a special guest.
Simon's guests struggle to crack each others' moral code.
Executive producer PAUL JACKSON Associate producer NICK SYMONS Producer JOHN ROONEY
A NOEL GAY TELEVISION production for BBC North West

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Mayo.
Unknown: Charlotte Hindle
Unknown: Theresa Gorman
Unknown: Richard Coles
Unknown: Martin Daniels
Producer: Paul Jackson
Producer: Nick Symons
Producer: John Rooney

: The Pink Panther Show

(R)

: Barney

Andy Crane - starting with Barney with the voices of Tim Brooke-Taylor Harry Enfield Jan Ravens Enn Reitel.
Barney's Forgotten Birthday Barney is in his most miserable mood. His friends have all forgotten his birthday.... or have they? Directed by BOB BALSER
Produced by JOHN COATES

Contributors

Directed By: Bob Balser
Produced By: John Coates

: Bodytalk

Bodytalk Illusions Introduced by Wayne Pritchett with Gurnell Middle School, Ealing, Mime Troupe. The Bodytalk band:
Bill Le Sage (keyboards)
Alec Dankworth (bass guitar) Mark Reader (guitar/vocals) and guest Fluke.
Written by WAYNE PRITCHETT and NINA TULLAR
Directed by JULIA KNOWLES
Produced by PETER CHARLTON

Contributors

Introduced By: Wayne Pritchett
Bass: Alec Dankworth
Written By: Wayne Pritchett
Directed By: Julia Knowles
Produced By: Peter Charlton

: The Snorks

The Old Shell Game

: Nicobobinus

by TERRY JONES.
Told for Jackanory by Tony Robinson.
3: Enter a world where mountains move, and solve the horrible mystery of the City of Cries.

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Jones.
Unknown: Tony Robinson.

: Belle and Sebastian

Farewell to
Sarah Belle and Sebastian manage to get Sarah's doctor down from the mountains. They speed away with the police and reach Sarah just in time to save her. Sebastian then continues south to look for his mother.

Contributors

Unknown: Sarah Belle

: Newsround

with John Craven , Roger Finn and Helen Rollason Producer SUSIE STAPLES Editor JOHN CRAVEN

Contributors

Unknown: John Craven
Unknown: Roger Finn
Unknown: Helen Rollason
Producer: Susie Staples
Editor: John Craven

: The Country Boy

by BERNARD ASHLEY. Third of six episodes.
Ben is taken to a hospital in London and Sally goes looking for Duke.
Music composed by DAVID FERGUSON Sound ALAN TAYLOR
Lighting GEOFF RATHBONE
Designer MALCOLM THORNTON Producer BRENDA ENNIS Director COLIN CANT
● CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Ashley.
Composed By: David Ferguson
Unknown: Alan Taylor
Unknown: Geoff Rathbone
Designer: Malcolm Thornton
Producer: Brenda Ennis
Director: Colin Cant
Bill Podger: Peter Barnes
Dr Skellman: Bronwyn Baud
Adam Roberts: Mark Burdis
Sally Westcott: Siobhan Burke
Charmaine: Claire Callaghan
Kelly: Alice Dawnay
Lee: Alan Dean
Lyn Westcott: Helen Duvall
Dave: Nigel Humphreys
Tony Long: Robert Kenley
Brit: Tony London
Scot: Joe Mullaney
Barbara James: Janet Palmer
Stephen West: Marc Sinden
Ben Westcott: Jeremy Sweetland
Alice Westcott: Mary Wimbush

: Neighbours

Charlene becomes suspicious of Scott and Jane 'burning the midnight oil' together. Written by IAN SMITH
Directed by PAUL MOLONEY
(Cast page 34. Shown at 1.30pm)

Contributors

Written By: Ian Smith
Directed By: Paul Moloney

: Six O'Clock News

Nicholas Witchell and Anna Ford present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad
Weather BILL GILES

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Witchell
Unknown: Anna Ford

: Wogan with Sue Lawley

Join Sue for a midweek melange of entertaining conversation.

: Best of British

Further extracts from films produced by Rank.
Narrated by Sir John Mills.
This week: English Gentlemen Charming, idiotic, caddish - just a few of the ways that
English gentlemen have been portrayed by Rex Harrison in The Rake's Progress,
Terry-Thomas in Too Many Crooks and Michael Wilding in Carnival.
Written by NICK REDMOND
Produced by MAURICE SELLAR and ROBERT SIDAWAY
A BEST OF BRITISH FILMS production

Contributors

Unknown: Sir John Mills.
Unknown: Rex Harrison
Unknown: Michael Wilding
Written By: Nick Redmond
Produced By: Maurice Sellar
Produced By: Robert Sidaway

: Dallas

Counter Attack
As the innocents get caught in the crossfire of the Southfork range war, the time arrives for the Ewings to take risks and settle the issue once and for all Written by LEONARD KATZMAN Directed by michael preece 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Written By: Leonard Katzman
Directed By: Michael Preece
Miss Ellie: Barbara Bel Geddes
Bobby: Patrick Duffy
Sue Ellen: Linda Gray
JR: Larry Hagman
Ray: Steve Kanaly
Clayton: Howard Keel
Cliff: Ken Kercheval
Lucy: Charlene Tilton
April Stevens: Sheree J Wilson
Carter McKay: George Kennedy
Casey Denault: Andrew Stevens
Tracey: Beth Toussaint
Wendell: William Smithers
Hughes: Gerrit Graham
Tammy: Irena Ferris

: Points of View

with Anne Robinson Producer WARWICK CROSS
0 WRITE TO: Points of View,
BBCtv Centre, London W12 8QT.

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Robinson
Producer: Warwick Cross

: Nine O'Clock News

with Martyn Lewis
Regional News; Weather

: Q.E.D.

An Everyday Miracle 2: Back to the Menders
After their newborn baby's open heart surgery, Mandy and Jeff Bruin watch anxiously as the specialist nurses of Brompton Hospital s Paediatric intensive care unit work around the clock to Preserve the tiny life swinging in the balance. In these critical hours, no one knows what the outcome will be. Director PETER SWAIN
Producer MICHAEL LATHAM Series editor DAVID FILKIN
A VATV production for BBCtv 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Jeff Bruin
Director: Peter Swain
Producer: Michael Latham

: Sportsnight

Introduced by Steve Rider. European Football
Highlights from matches in the quarter-finals of all three club competitions. The pick of tonight's first-leg games are the European Cup holders PSV Eindhoven at home to Real Madrid, and in the UEFA Cup, where Juventus take on Napoli.
Commentator BARRY DAVIES World Athletics
A look ahead to this weekend's second World Indoor Championships in Budapest. Could
Colin Jackson and Linford Christie bring back gold medals? Reporter RON PICKERING
Plus the latest news of Duke McKenzie's World Flyweight title defence next Wednesday. Assistant editor GRAHAM FRY Producer CHARLES BALCHIN Editor JOHN ROWUNSON

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider.
Unknown: Colin Jackson
Unknown: Linford Christie
Reporter: Ron Pickering
Producer: Charles Balchin
Editor: John Rowunson

: The BBC Diet Programme

with Barbara Dickson and Roy Noble.
Tonight: exercise and how it can speed up weight loss. Anton Mosimann offers another slimmers' recipe.
Guests include Christopher Biggins and Barry Took. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Dickson
Unknown: Roy Noble.
Unknown: Anton Mosimann
Unknown: Christopher Biggins
Unknown: Barry Took.

: Weather









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