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: Ceefax AM

: The Flintstones

Wilma's Vanishing Money (R)

: Weather

: Breakfast Time

with Jeremy Paxman and John Stapleton.
Sports news from Sally Jones

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman
Unknown: John Stapleton.
Unknown: Sally Jones

: News Weather followed by Open Air

Susan Rae invites your comments on last night's viewing and dips into the A-Z of Television. Call [number removed].

Contributors

Unknown: Susan Rae

: Kilroy!

with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
Lively and topical discussion on the subjects you are talking about.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Kilroy-Silk

: Playbus

Simon Parkin - starting with Playbus
The Dot Stop
One is the number for Dot today. One by one can be the best way.
Storyteller lain Lauchlan
Story: The Crow and the Jug Music PAUL READE
Producer Michael COLE

Contributors

Producer: Michael Cole
Dot: Eithne Hannigan

: The Wombles: The Largest Womble in the World

by EElisabeth Beresford
Told by Bernard Cribbins
(R)

Contributors

Author: Elisabeth Beresford
Narrator: Bernard Cribbins

: Five to Eleven

with Cyril Luckham

Contributors

Unknown: Cyril Luckham

: News Weather followed by Open Air

Susan Rae and Bob Wellings. with your daily debate on television topics.
Open Air cameras go behind the scenes to look at the job of a studio director. Ring [number removed]with your comments and queries.

Contributors

Unknown: Susan Rae
Unknown: Bob Wellings.

: News

Weather followed by Daytime Live with Alan Titchmarsh and Judi Spiers.
Music from Deacon Blue.

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown: Judi Spiers.
Unknown: Deacon Blue.

: One O'Clock News

with Martyn Lewis.
Weather BERNARD DAVEY

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis.
Unknown: Bernard Davey

: Neighbours

Scott is tempted into infidelity.
Written by RAY KOLLE Directed by MARK PIPER
(Cast page 41. Repeated at 5.35pm)

Contributors

Written By: Ray Kolle
Directed By: Mark Piper

: International Football

World Cup qualifier Albania v England live from Tirana. Introduced by Desmond Lynam. England step into the unknown with their first international match against Albania. It's a vital game -
Albania, narrowly beaten by Poland and Sweden, could prove difficult opponents. BARRY DAVIES and TREVOR BROOKING report from Tirana; JIMMY HILL and BOBBY CHARLTON assess the team's progress back in London. Television presentation ALBANIAN TELEVISION

Contributors

Introduced By: Desmond Lynam.
Unknown: Barry Davies
Unknown: Trevor Brooking
Unknown: Jimmy Hill
Unknown: Bobby Charlton

: Barney

Andy Crane - starting with Barney with the voices of Tim Brooke-Taylor ,
Harry Enfield , Jan Ravens , Enn Reitel.
Barney Nabs a Crook
Follow Sergeant Blood and Windsor the corgi as they solve the riddle of the cream cake thief in Barney's house. Directed by BOB BALSER
Produced by JOHN COATES

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Brooke-Taylor
Unknown: Harry Enfield
Unknown: Jan Ravens
Unknown: Enn Reitel.
Directed By: Bob Balser
Produced By: John Coates

: Bodytalk

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

Contributors

Introduced By: Wayne Pritchett
Bass: Alec Dankworth
Unknown: Stephen Mottram.
Written By: Wayne Pritchett
Directed By: Julia Knowles
Produced By: Peter Charlton

: The Snorks

The King of Kelp

: My Friend Walter

by MICHAEL MORPURGO. Told for Jackanory by Miranda Richardson with Thea Redmond , James Lance , Richard O'Callaghan. Today: part 3

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Morpurgo.
Unknown: Miranda Richardson
Unknown: Thea Redmond
Unknown: James Lance
Unknown: Richard O'Callaghan.

: Belle and Sebastian

Double-Crossed
A crooked magician steals Sebastian's money.

: Newsround

: The Country BOY

by BERNARD ASHLEY.
Fourth of sixepisodes.
Ben discovers that Duke is dead and realises that he must have swallowed the same poisoned water.
Music composed by DAVID FERGUSON Videotape editor
MALCOLM J . BANTHORPE
Costume designer DENNIS BRACK Make-up designer
CHRISTINE GREENWOOD Producer BRENDA ENNIS Director COLIN CANT
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Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Ashley.
Composed By: David Ferguson
Unknown: Malcolm J . Banthorpe
Designer: Dennis Brack
Unknown: Christine Greenwood
Producer: Brenda Ennis
Director: Colin Cant
Sir Richard Johnson Marshall: John Barcroft
Bill Podger: Peter Barnes
Dr Skellman: Bronwyn Baud
Adam Roberts: Mark Burdis
Sally Westcott: Siobhan Burke
Charmaine: Claire Callaghan
Analyst: Robert Craig-Morgan
Kelly: Alice Dawnay
Lee: Alan Dean
Lyn Westcott: Helen Duvall
Jo: Nikky Gordon
Sister O'Hara: Geraldine Griffiths
Martouf: Barrie Houghton
Dave: Nigel Humphreys
Lady Johnson-Marshall: Lollie May
Barbara James: Janet Palmer
Lisa: Patsy Palmer
Stephen West: Marc Sinden
Ben: Jeremy Sweetland
Mr Murray-Mott: Christopher Whittingham
Alice Westcott: Mary Wimbush

: Neighbours

: Six O'clock News

with Nicholas WitcheU and Anna Ford
Weather JOHN KETTLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Witcheu

: Wogan

: Best of British

Extracts from Rank films. Narrated by Sir John Mills This week: Reel Lives
British film portrayals of famous figures from history, including Claude Rains and Vivien Leigh as Caesar and Cleopatra, and Stewart Grainger as Paganini in The Magic Bow.
Written by MAURICE SELLAR and LOU JONES
Produced by MAURICE SELLAR and ROBERT SIDAWAY
A BEST OF BRITISH FILMS production

Contributors

Unknown: Sir John Mills
Unknown: Vivien Leigh
Unknown: Stewart Grainger
Written By: Maurice Sellar
Produced By: Maurice Sellar
Produced By: Robert Sidaway

: Dallas

The Sting
The dust may have settled at Southfork, but business in Dallas never quite goes according to expectations. Meanwhile, JR is surprised by a visit from his wife....
Written by MITCHELL WAYNE KATZMAN Directed by IRVING J. MOORE
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Contributors

Written By: Mitchell Wayne Katzman
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: Sheree J Wilson
McKay: George Kennedy
Casey: Andrew Stevens
Cally: Cathy Podewell
Tracey: Beth Toussaint
Wendell: William Smithers
Kimberley Cryder: Leigh Taylor Young
Tammy: Irena Ferris

: Points of View

with Anne Robinson Producer WARWICK CROSS
0 WRITE TO: Points of View,
BBCtv Centre. London W12 8QT.
0 RADIO TIMES LETTERS: page 76

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Robinson
Producer: Warwick Cross

: Nine O'Clock News

with Martyn Lewis
Regional News; Weather

: Q.E.D.

The Mystery of Tears
Why do we feel better after a good weep? What makes us cry for joy, or grief, or triumph? What use are tears? If we knew why we cry, perhaps we could find new ways to treat dry-eye disease or handle stress.
Dr Bill Frey is looking for the causes of crying at his
Dry Eye and Tear Research Centre in Minnesota. But before he starts work, he faces a major problem - how can he get people to weep when he wants? Producer ROBIN BOOTLE
Series editor DAVID FILKIN
0 FEATURE: page 83
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Contributors

Unknown: Dr Bill Frey
Editor: David Filkin

: Sportsnight

Steve Rider introduces an outstanding triple bill of sporting action.
World Championship Boxing live from the Royal Albert Hall , London. Duke McKenzie
(Great Britain) v Tony de Luca (USA)
This is Duke McKenzie's first defence of the IBF World
Flyweight title he won last
October. His opponent is the pint-sized Tony de Luca, who stands only 5ft 1 inch - some six inches shorter than
McKenzie - but who is ranked third by the IBF. Commentator
HARRY CARPENTER
World Cup Football
Highlights of this afternoon's crucial Group 2 match in Tirana, the first meeting of England and Albania, plus news of how Scotland fared tonight against France in Group 5.
Commentator BARRY DAVIES World Indoor Bowls
Tonight's match, featuring the former world champion Tony Allcock , completes the second round. Commentators
DAVID RHYS-JONES and JIMMY DAVIDSON Television presentation: Boxing BOB DUNCAN Bowls KEITH PHILLIPS
Assistant editor GRAHAM FRY Producer CHARLES BALCHIN Editor JOHN ROWLINSON

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: Harry Carpenter
Commentator: Barry Davies
Unknown: Tony Allcock
Unknown: David Rhys-Jones
Unknown: Jimmy Davidson
Unknown: Bob Duncan
Unknown: Bowls Keith Phillips
Producer: Charles Balchin
Editor: John Rowlinson

: Weather









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