with John Stapleton and Sally Magnusson
Weather followed by Open Air
Susan Rae invites your comments on last night's television. Call in on [number removed].
with Robert Kilroy-Silk
Weather followed by Going for Gold
Simon Parkin - starting with Playbus
The Patch Stop .
Sam Patch meets a ram and some shire horses and makes a picture patchwork.
Storyteller Matthew Devitt
Story: Jo-Jo the Melon Donkey by MICHAEL MORPURGO
Illustrated by CHRIS MOLAN Music JONATHAN COHEN Producer ANNE GOBEY
The Circus comes to Wimbledon (R)
with Elizabeth Bell
Weather followed by Open Air with Mavis Nicholson and Susan Rae.
And it's your chance to vote for a viewers' choice of programme to be shown this afternoon. All you have to do is ring the number for the fUmyouwouldmostliketosee: [number removed] for
The Sky's the Limit [number removed] for
Seven Days' Leave [number removed] for
Higher and Higher
For details of the films see the billings at 2.15pm. (Each call costs 5p)
followed by Daytime Live
Today a report from an exciting new venture in London, the Battersea.
with Philip Hayton
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
'My husband and my best friend are doing the dirty on me, and it's my birthday.' Written by ROGER MOULTON Directed by PAUL MOLONEY
(Cast page 34. Repeated at 5.30pm)
Hosted by Henry Kelly.
Today Open Air viewers have the chance to phone-in and vote for one of the following three star-studded musicals:
The Sky's the Limit with Fred Astaire and Joan Leslie. War hero Fred Atwell falls in love with a beautiful magazine photographer while on leave in New York.
Misunderstandings abound when he refuses to reveal his identity as a 'Flying Tiger'. Screenplay by FRANK FENTON and HAROLD ARLEN
Produced by DAVID HEMPSTEAD Directed by EDWARD H. GRIFFITH Seven Days' Leave with Lucille Ball and Victor Mature.
Soldier Johnny Grey hears on the radio that he is the sole inheritor of a fortune left by his Civil War Yankee
General ancestor. The snag is that to obtain the money he must marry Terry, the descendent of the General's Confederate rival.... Screenplay by WILLIAM BOWERS. RALPH SPENSE
CURTIS KENYON and KENNETH EARL Produced and directed by TIM WHELAN
Higher and Higher with Frank Sinatra and Michele Morgan. Unable to pay his servants, a bankrupt spendthrift attempts to secure a wealthy marriage for his kitchen maid by passing her off as his debutante daughter! Screenplay JAY DRATLER and RALPH SPENCE. Produced and directed by TIM WHELAN (All black and white)
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Andy Crane - starting with:
Dooby Duck's Disco Bus
starring Dooby Duck.
Unfortunately this week Dooby Duck's disco bus has broken down, so we go live from the garage for music, dance and even a car wash!
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Created by (Dooby Duck's Disco Bus):
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Executive Producer (Dooby Duck's Disco Bus):
Production (Dooby Duck's Disco Bus):
The Funny Feeling by BOB GODFREY and STAN HAYWARD
Henry's Cat imagines he is a famous doctor who finds the cure for clownitis. Narrated and directed by Bob Godfrey
Animation KEVIN BALDWIN Production MIKE HAYES (R)
by TERRY JONES
Told for Jackanory by Tony Robinson
4: Nicobobinus and Rosie are trapped - locked in with a monster! Can they escape?
He's been called the fastest-talking con artist ever dressed in wolfs clothing, but whatever else he may be, Hokey Wolf is full of fun. Robot Plot
with Keith Harris and Orville. Cuddles is trying to run rings round everyone as usual.
The Swing Band from Acacia Primary School, Burnage are on the Show Off Spot playing Oh Boy.
Antony Johns , 'Ant the Feet' and the 'Mersey Mob' from the Merseyside Dance and Drama Centre are practising 'Driving You Round The Bend'.
Keith Woolfenden , 'Kiwi the Paint', and the 'Graffiti Gang' from St Margaret's School,
Oldham are 'sticking' around. On Orville's Flying Visit to Waverley Market in Edinburgh, Stuart Anderson sets the shoppers 'reelin".
And there's the challenge for the Orville Oscar.
Musical director GEORGE HASTINGS Designer DAVE WILSON Executive producer
CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON Producer PIPPA DYSON
The news bulletin that keeps Britain's children informed on world events - and on what's happening in their world.
with Mark Curry , Caron Keating and Yvette Fielding Fun Run
If you've ever wanted to join a fun run especially for children, now's your chance! The programme has details of a brand new, nationwide run anyone can join.
Producers NICK HEATHCOTE. ANDREW WHITMAN , OLIVER MACFARLANE Editor LEWIS BRONZE
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with Nicholas WitcheU and Anna Ford
Weather BILL GILES
Introduced by Gary Davies and Anthea Turner.
Simultaneous Broadcast with Radio 1.
by Rosemary Mason.
"I'm giving you the chance of a fresh start and you chuck it back in my face."
Series Script Editor:
Det Insp Ashley:
with Desmond Lynam and Anne Gregg
Happy Birthday Concorde!
After 20 years, she's still the ultimate flying experience. Bill Buckley caught Concorde, a modern technical achievement, to view the most ancient of technical achievements, the pyramids; a supersonic weekend in which you travel at 23 miles a minute to go back 4,000 years.
Eighty miles an hour is the speed top skiers hit on their downhill runs. Not so for
John Lloyd , but he dreams of ski-ing glory in of all places, Transylvania.
Plus, live tonight, the winners names for the three fabulous Radio Times/Holiday 89 competition prizes.
Series producer PATRICIA HOULIHAN
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by DON WEBB starring Hannah Gordon and Peter Egan. Episode 6 'It's not good for a grown man, sitting at home all day, making scones and ironing knickers....'
Sound KEITH GUNN
Lighting HARRY BRADLEY Designer ROGER HARRIS Produced and directed by MIKE STEPHENS
with Martyn Lewis
Regional News; Weather
written by PENNY CROFT starring
Simon Cadell and Carol Royle.
Larry comes to a decision about Jenny. and Title music written and sung by PENNY CROFT Designer GARRY FREEMAN Produced and directed by SUSAN BELBIN (R)
With Sir Robin Day this evening at the Greenwood Theatre in London are: Elizabeth FUkin
Rt Hon Lord Hailsham Rt Hon Roy Hattersley, MP
Tim Melville-Ross Director ANN MORLEY
ProducerANNA CARRAGHER Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
The Texas Scramble is a recent variation of the game and Ian Woosnam has Bruce Forsyth and Bill Cotton on his side. Russ Abbot and Bob Wilson help Rodger Davis compete for the Whyte and Mackay Scotch Trophy.
Peter AUiss explains all from the Ailsa Course of the Turnberry Hotel.
Assistant producer BARBARA SLATER Television presentation ALASTAIR SCOTT
Executive producer JOHN SHREWSBURY
Barbara Dickson and Roy Noble concentrate on how to keep families slim and fit and on the motivation required to maintain weight loss. (R)