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Mother-in-Law's Visit (R)
with Jeremy Paxman and Kirsty Wark.
National and international news and analysis from the BBC's correspondents and reporters.
Summaries read by Jill Dando on the hour and half-hour. The latest sports news from Sally Jones.
Eamonn Holmes and Natalie Anglesey wait for your calls on the weekend's viewing on [number removed].
with Robert Kilroy-Silk
The Bell in the Schoolhouse
In this six-part story, Kildare takes charge of three student doctors, but soon encounters a series of crises as he involves himself in their personal problems. (For cast see page 35) (R)
Simon Parkin - starting with Playbus which stops today at The Why Bird Stop where the Why Bird and the bus driver are having a bit of a problem with the weather.
FIONA BEYNON BROWN
Story: Sophie's Sunglasses by MARGARET CONNOLLY Poem: Thin Jake by MICHAEL DUGAN
Title music RICHARD BROWN Title design PAUL JOHNSON Designer TONY LAWRENCE Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Director CLARE BRADLEY
Producer BARBARA RODDAM
A FELGATE production for BBCtv
Rupert based on the stories by ALFRED BESTALL.
Storyteller Ray Brooks Today's story:
Rupert and the Magic Ball (R)
with Jean Alexander
Weather followed by Open Air
Eamonn Holmes and Bob Wellings await your verdict and your calls on [number removed], because Monday is Viewers' Verdict day when a camera is sent to you, so you can put your personal view on a programme or television issue. If there's someone you want to put in the hot seat, Open Air wants to hear from you.
Weather followed by Daytime Live with Sue Cook ,
Floella Benjamin , Judi Spiers and Tina Baker.
There's magic in the air as Paul Daniels looks back on his first job - running a mobile grocery store.
with Philip Hayton Weather BILL GILES
Jane takes a spill and changes her life. Helen's health causes concern among her family.
This week's cast:
Written by REG WATSON Directed by CHRIS SHEIL . * SOAPBOX: page 13
First of eight programmes. Turkey - The Aegean Coast Presented by Penny Junor with John Kettley and Matthew Collins.
The facts (warts and all) about this popular holiday area.
Producer JULIE BRADSHAW
Executive producer ALAN DOBSON BBC North West
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Starring Raymond Burr as Robert T Ironside
with Don Galloway as Det Sgt Ed Brown, Barbara Anderson as Office Eve Whitfield, Don Mitchell as Mark Sanger
An ancient Torah, stolen from a temple, is the object of a search by Ironside and a group of amateur detectives. (R)
Det Robert T Ironside:
Det Sgt Ed Brown:
Officer Eve Whitfield:
There's a certain chemistry between David and his science teacher, but the attraction blows up when Sandy discovers them together.
A series of ten programmes. 2: Belvoir Castle
Lady Victoria Leatham continues her tour of the great stately homes in the eastern counties by calling on the Duke and Duchess of Rutland. Antique furniture expert John Bly makes a discovery, and historian
Bryan McNerney sheds new light on the collection of muskets.
Produced and directed by BRIAN FAWCETT
Andy Crane - starting with
Barney: Barney Goes to the Seaside
with the voices of Tim Brooke-Taylor, Harry Enfield, Jan Ravens and Enn Reitel.
All Desmond wants is to sunbathe in peace. All Roger wants is to build a sandcastle.
All Barney wants is to splash around and have fun...
Directed by BOB BALSER
Produced by JOHN COATES
by CHRIS ALLEN.
Today's adventure: I-Spy Batty
Batty (and other voices) played by C. J. Allen
Producer ANGELA BEECHING Director MARILYN FOX
A seemingly harmless young child crash-lands on Earth, followed by an inter-galactic armada of alien ships out to destroy him and the world!
A series of 12 programmes. 2: Barton League of Bird Lovers
Elly resolves to start a club dedicated to birds. Initiations follow to the consternation of Mr Jensen next door,
Mrs Barton and, not least, the new members who have to undergo Elly's tests.
Director RICHARD SARRELL
Executive producer NOEL PRICE
with Mark Curry, Caron Keating and Yvette Fielding
There's still time to enter the Mystery Object competition.
Send your entry to: Blue Peter, Mystery Object, [address removed].
with Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey
Weather MICHAEL FISH
Guy Michelmore keeps you in touch with what's going on around the capital region of the county.
With reports from studios around the south east,
Michael Wale on the local sports scene and Cathy McGowan around town.
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Last in the present series. Presented by Lynn Faulds Wood and John Stapleton from the largest children's hospital in Europe -
Alder Hey in Liverpool. They investigate why hundreds of children are killed each year and nearly one million are taken to hospital after accidents in the home. Can these accidents be prevented? Deputy editor ALLAN SHARPE Editor NICK HAYES
written by GEORGE LAYTON starring Tony Britton and Nigel Havers featuring Dinah Sheridan , Simon Williams , Jane Booker.
It suddenly dawns on Toby that Angela's lifestyle has changed while they have been separated, and he is amazed to discover her new interests. and the voices of KENT
WALTON and BOBBY BRAGG Designer DEREK EVANS
Produced and directed by HAROLD SNOAD (R)
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Dr Tom Latimer:
Dr Charles Cartwright:
Rockies and Rollers Narrated by David Attenborough
Where, on a single wild island, only five miles long can you see lions, elephants and penguins? The answer is, the Falkland Islands: 'lions' and 'elephants' are the local names for sea lions and elephant seals.
Although it was the conflict of 1982 that brought the Falklands to world attention, the animals here have always had a battle to fight - the battle for survival.
Five species of penguin, from sturdy rockhoppers to handsome kings, ponderous bull sea lions battling for mates, vast colonies of gentle albatrosses feeding chicks, crafty 'Johnny Rooks ', one of the rarest birds of prey in the world - are all dependent, in one way or another, on the vast, food-rich waters of the South Atlantic. But what if these waters are overfished, polluted by oil or heavy metals, disrupted by warfare? The new battle of the Falklands has only just begun....
Photography RICHARD GANNICLIFFT Film editor DAVID MCCORMICK Written and produced by DILYS BREESE
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with Martyn Lewis
Regional News; Weather
No Spring in Prague
In the aftermath of elections in the Soviet Union, the whole of the Soviet Eastern
European Empire is in increasing ferment.
While some countries push forward with radical reforms, others still cling to the orthodoxies of the past.
Gavitt Hewitt reports from
Czechoslovakia where Soviet tanks crushed the experiment of 'Communism with a human face' in 1968. Today the Government in Prague, paralysed by the fear of change, has embarked on a new repression. But even here, the basic beliefs of 40 years of Communism are under challenge.
Producer CHARLES FURNEAUX Editor TIM GARDAM
Death and the Lady
Some call it avant-garde and some call it exploitation. The latest offering from underground film-maker,
Milton Glanz , attracts police attention when an actor claims that the killing of a girl in the film was real.
Clues are scarce as Crockett and Tubbs enter a disturbing world where art appears to imitate life - and death.
Written and directed by DAVID BLACK Directed by COLIN BUCKSEY
Ricardo Tubbs Philip:
Angela Rippon introduces the first of four programmes this week from the Bournemouth International Centre, where tonight
Britain's Richard and Els Porter challenge many of the world's best competitors for the prestigious title -
Amateur Latin Champions. As a break from the intense competition, the World Professional Latin
Champions Donnie Burns and Gaynor Fairweather are in special cabaret.
Commentator CHARLES NOVE Musical director TONY EVANS
('Professional Modem Champion ' tomorrow, 11.15pm)
Presented by Hugh Scully and Helen Madden.
A second chance to see the best from the recent series. This week, steel-framed houses - the dilemma of 20,000 former council tenants who've bought houses they now can't sell because of claims that they're defective.
And a look at how new social security rules will affect people on invalidity pension. Series editor CHRIS LENT (R) (e)
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