Featuring at 7.25, 7.54 and 8.25 the local election results for your area in England and Wales, in an extended regional news. Followed by the national weather with Francis Wilson.
News summaries read by Jill Dando on the hour and the half-hour. Sports news from Sally Jones.
Reports from MARK EASTON. RICHARD PHILLIPS.
CHARLIE LEE-POTTER , BILL TURNBULL and JOHN BUCKLEY.
Weather followed by Open Air
Susan Rae looks at the history of The Avengers as featured in a new book about the classic television series. [number removed]is the number to ring to join in the discussion.
with Robert Kilroy-Silk Producers
DI BURGESS. MIRIAM O'CALLAGHAN.
JILL DAWSON. GERALDINE MCLELLAND and UNDA PHILLIPS
Editor JOHN GETGOOD
Weather followed by Dr Kildare starring with guest stars
4: The Last to Believe in Miracles
Justin Post 's next alarming step draws Amy and Andrew Webb into a bitter confrontation, while Kildare is asked to choose between his feelings and medical ethics. (R)
(Part 5 next Monday. 10.00am, BBC1)
Dr James Kildare:
Dr Leonard Gillespie:
Nurse Zoe Lawton:
Simon Parkin - starting with
The Play Tent Stop where Humphrey and Wobble Clown join Joe Greco , Trish Cooke , Ricky Diamond and Tracy Wilkinson to tell the story The King Who Banished Himself by PAT POSNER. Music RICHARD BROWN Director BRIAN JAMESON Producer ANN REAY (R)
Narrated by Terry Wogan (R)
with Gary Hope
Producer RALPH ROLLS A FORGE PRODUCTIONS programme for BBCtv
Weather followed by Open Air
A visit to Manchester's G-Mex Centre for the Northern Ideal Home Exhibition.
Weather followed by By-election Special
Live coverage of the by-election in the Vale of Glamorgan, where the Conservatives are defending a majority of 6,251. The by-election provides a critical test for the government in mid-term - and for the Labour Party, which will be hoping to build on its recent success in Pontypridd.
David Dimbleby and Peter Snow present live coverage of the results, plus instant reaction from leading politicians.
Plus a roundup of all the local election results in England and Wales.
Studio director ROB HOPKIN
OB producers'DAVID COLEMAN and PETER HILL
Deputy editor ALEX GERLIS Editor JAMES HOGAN
with Philip Hayton
Weather SUZANNE CHARLTON
Harold makes a suggestion which could stop his friends ever being 'good neighbours' again. Written by LYN OGILVY Directed by CHRIS SHE1L
(Cast page 45. Repeated at 5.35pm)
George Sanders Yvonne DeCarlo Zsa Zsa Gabor.
Clementi Sabourin lies dead - murdered. A man with many enemies, and perhaps one friend, his rise from penniless Czech refugee to powerful financier was always at the expense of others.
Written, produced and directed by CHARLES MARTIN
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Andy Crane - starting with
Hard Day's Work (R)
with Stuart Bradley.
This is National Pet Week, and Stuart follows the trail to animals small -
Chris Henwood 's snails and leopard gecko - and not-so-small - the seals at Docking.
Designer SHIRLEY PEEL Director NEL ROMANO
Producer ALISON STEWART
A 22-part series.
10: In a sea battle with Commander Comez and Captain Gaspard, Zia offered herself as a prisoner to stop the Spaniards turning their guns on an Inca village. To save Zia, Tao deliberately blew up both ships. Zia is safe, but how will they continue their journey without the help of the Solaris? (R)
Presented by Steve Colman with Sophie Aldred and Peter Simon.
What more amazing sights, acts and celebrities can Steve conjure up from behind his door?
Surely he can't keep up the extremely high standard of variety maintained so far throughout the series. Or can he?
You bet he can! Just look in and see.
Written by JOHN PALMER Designer BOB HUTTON Executive producer
CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON Production SALLY FRASER
by MARGARET MAHY , dramatised by ALLAN BAKER in six parts.
5: Bond is desperately trying to reach the stone circle - but he is being followed ...
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director CHRISTINE SECOMBE (R)
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Nicholas Witchell and Andrew Harvey present news and comment from
Britain and around the world.
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Join Terry live at the Television Theatre, as he talks to people in the news, presents the best in entertainment and springs the occasional surprise.
starring Paul Daniels.
Play along at home and compete with the contestants in Paul's comedy quiz show. Will it be Christine and Malcolm, Fran and Mike, or Annette and Omar who will win through to play for terrific prizes, in the exciting final game where
Every Second Counts?
Produced in association with TALBOT TELEVISION LTD and GROUP w. PRODUCTIONS Programme associates
COLIN EDMONDS , HOWARD HUNTRIDGE Sound MICHAEL MCCARTHY Lighting HENRY BARBER Designer CHRIS WEBSTER Director JOHN BURROWES Producer DAVID TAYLOR
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starring with and The Son Also Rises
Recruits are enlisted for both sides in the battle for Colby Co, but Dex is torn between two lovers as his loyalty is questioned.
Written by JAMES HARMON BROWN and BARBARA ESENSTEN Directed by RON SATLOF
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with Martyn Lewis Regional News
by ANTONY JAY and JONATHAN LYNN. Starring
Nigel Hawthorne Derek Fowlds in The Key
There is a territorial battle in the heart of Number 10. Sir Humphrey has skilfully moved Dorothy Wainwright , the PM's political adviser, out of her office. She insists on moving back - and points out to Jim that he is letting Humphrey become too dominant.
Its closely observed portrayal of what goes on in the corridors of power has given me hours of pure joy
(RT HON MARGARET THATCHER. MP)
Titles sequences GERALD SCARFE Designer VALERIE WARRENDER Produced and directed by SYDNEY LOTTERBY (R)
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As the Thatcher jubilee tributes pile up, television screens are filled with the many faces of Maggie.
Housewife, stateswoman, fashion plate, prophet,
West Ham striker (missed that one, did you?)
Tonight a host of showbiz stars, unfrocked bishops and bankrupt anarcho-syndicalist poultry farmers gather in Liverpool to say in music, dance and comedy 'What a gal! What a gala!' Musical director
JOHN OWEN EDWARDS
Designers GERALD SCARFE , JOHN HOLLAND
Production DAVID HOUSHAM PAUL JACKSON. DAVE MORLEY KEITH STEWART
A NOEL GAY TELEVISION production for BBCtv
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George Wimpey ABA Championships, 1989 from the Wembley Arena. Amateur boxing's premier night of the year.
This year, an added bonus. A trip to New Zealand and next year's Commonwealth Games is possibly on the horizon for the 1989 champions. Commentator
Television presentation BOB DUNCAN
starring in A Different Drummer Written by RUDOLPH BORCHERT Directed by REZA BADM (R)