with Jeremy Paxman and Kirsty Wark
Weather followed by Open Air
with Robert Kilroy-Silk
Weather followed by Dr Kildare
2: A Patient Lost
Kildare has a serious difference of opinion with Carl Noyes and finds himself being asked to consider a change in his medical career. Meanwhile, Yvonne's disillusionment leads to rash actions ...(R)
Simon Parkin - starting with Playbus
The Playground Stop Presenter
Dave Benson Phillips Puppeteer JANE EVE
Producer BARBARA RODDAM (R)
Stopplt and Tidyup
Go and Play
Narrated by Terry Wogan.
Go and Play decides to round up everybody in the land for a game of football. (R)
with Rosalind Ayres
Weather followed by Open Air
Vote for a Viewers' Choice of programme. Ring the numbers listed below for the film you would like to see.
[number removed] for Experiment Perilous
[number removed] for In Name Only [number removed] for The Big Street (Each call costs 5p)
Details in billings at 2.15pm
Weather followed by World Snooker
Embassy World Professional Snooker Championship Quarter-Finals. Day 11
There are eight players left, six days to go, and still
E294,000 left in the kitty, as the quarter-finals begin.
Defending champion Steve Davis might well have
Mike Hallett opposing. All matches are over the best of 25 frames. Your host at the Crucible
Theatre. Sheffield is David Icke. Commentators TED LOWE.
JACK KARNEHM. CLIVE EVERTON Summarisers JOHN SPENCER ,
JOHN VIRGO. EDDIE CHARLTON Producers KEITH Phillips
MIKE ADLEY , PETER HAYWARD Executive producer KEITH MACKENZIE
with Philip Hayton
Weather BERNARD DAVEY
Eileen prepares a romantic dinner for Malcolm. Why? Written by RAY HARDING Directed by STEVE MANN
(Cast page 35. Repeated at 5.35pm)
World Professional Snooker Championship Quarter-Finals
More news from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, introduced by David Icke. (Coverage continues on BBC2)
This afternoon Open Air viewers have the chance to phone in and vote for three different films with one thing in common - the dangerous obsession of love ...
Experiment Perilous starring
Hedy Lamarr George Brent.
Wealthy Nick Bederaux 's surface charm hides a maniacal obsession with his beautiful young wife Allida ...
Screenplay by WARREN DUFF Produced by WARREN DUFF
Directed by JACQUES TOURNEUR
In Name Only starring
Alec Walker wants to end his unhappy marriage when he falls in love with another woman, but his embittered wife refuses to release him. Screenplay by RICHARD SHERMAN based on the novel Memory of Love by BESSIE BREUER
Produced by GEORGE HAIGHT Directed by JOHN CROMWELL
The Big Street starring
Henry Fonda Lucille Ball.
'Little Pinks' believes that no sacrifice is too great to make for his beloved Gloria - even though she hardly notices his existence.
Screenplay by LEONARD SPIGELGASS from a story by DAMON RUNYON Produced by DAMON RUNYON Directed by IRVING REIS
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Andy Crane - starting with ChuckleVision starring the Chuckle Brothers with Billy Butler. Writer JOHN SAYLE
Designer PAUL MONTAGUE Producer MARTIN HUGHES BBC North West (R)
4.10pm Hokey Wolf
4.20pm Jonny Brlggs A 20-part serial by VALERIE GEORGESON from a story by JOAN EADINGTON.
7: There is another baby on the way in the Briggs family. and Fizzy as Razzle
Fizzy supplied by PAULINE CLIFT Producer Angela beeching
Director CHRISTINE SECOMBE (R)
Belle and Sebastian
On a Train Bound for Battle Belle and Sebastian pose as ghosts.
5.05pm The Lowdown
The Master of the Game
Matthew Sadler is tipped to be one of the world's outstanding chess players.
The Lowdown follows his bid, at the age of 14, to become Britain's youngest International Master in chess history.
The story includes his unique E20,000 sponsorship deal, and his gruelling ordeal at a major tournament.
Graphic designer ROGER FERRIN Film editor BRENDA PHILLIPS Director JULIEN COUSINS
Executive producer ERIC ROWAN
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with Nicholas Witchell and Anna Ford
Weather BILL GILES
Peter Macann ,
Howard Stableford , Judith Hann and Maggie Philbin bring you the new and fantastic in the world of science.
This week: the hotel in Hawaii where guests can pay to swim with dolphins and the money funds new research into dolphin behaviour.
Producers EDWARD BRIFFA
MARTIN MORTIMORE. JACK WEBER CYNTHIA PAGE
Studio director PHILIP DOLLING Editor RICHARD REISZ
by Michael Robartes.
"She's the one who sold the drugs to Donna. Get the police, Frank, get the police."
(For cast see page 44)
Living with Waltzing Matilda with Alan Whicker.
Western Australia seems to breed millionaires.
Alan Bond left Hammersmith as a 13-year-old, and is now a megamillionaire. Alister Norwood , son of a Belfast carpenter, is to jeans what Bond is to beer, and Peter Briggs from Streatham owns 150 vintage cars. Film editor Liz THOYTS Producer ROGER MILLS BBC Bristol (R)
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with Anne Robinson Producer WARWICK CROSS
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BBCtv Centre, London WI28QT
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with Martyn Lewis
Regional News; Weather
A dark comedy by ALUN OWEN from the novel by ALICE THOMAS ELLIS. Starring Diana Rigg and Elaine Paige with Joanna David Jon Finch and Robert Gwilym.
Lydia is unlucky in love and retreats to the Welsh countryside with her friend Betty. But the beautiful scenery holds its own humour and passion.
Music by CARL DAVIS
Designer JUUAN WILLIAMS Photography ASHLEY ROWE Producer TOM KINNINMONT
Director GARETH DAVIES. BBC Wales
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with Barry Norman.
Betrayed - Debra Winger stars as an FBI undercover agent who infiltrates a group of white supremacists led by Tom Berenger. Winger, however, develops a strong romantic bond with the man she's supposed to turn in. Without a Clue - it's Sherlock Holmes , as played by Michael Caine , who hasn't got a clue in this spoof featuring the famous detective. He's just a third-rate actor hired by the brilliant Dr Watson, Ben Kingsley , to portray the fictitious character of Watson's popular sleuth stories.
Director ALEXANDRA BEAZLEY Producer JANE LUSH
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'Stunning', 'brilliant' and 'original'. These were just some of the many comments that Points of View received after the first showing of Nothing by Chance. So, in line with the BBC's new policy of glasnost, now nightwatchmen, insomniacs and burglars can thrill once again to the singing voice of Gilly Darbey and marvel at the comedy of Keith Donnelly , recorded live in front of an invited audience of Harrods shareholders at the Palace Theatre, Redditch. Director PHILIP c THICKETT Producer STEVE WEDDLE BBC Pebble Mill