Weather followed by Swim with Andrew Harvey. 2: Novices
Director DAVID SPIRES
Producer JOHN DOBSON (R)
with Ian McNaught Davis , resident experts Professor
Eric Laithwaite and William Woollard , and guests
Jo Sandilands and Fritz Spiegl.
2: Some Tales for Halloween (R)
Simon Parkin - starting with Playbus
The Playground Stop Presenter
Dave Benson Phillips
Puppeteer RONNIE LE DREW
Storyteller Anthony Lapsley Music JONATHAN COHEN
Producer BARBARA RODDAM (R)
10.50am The Wombles by ELISABETH BERESFORD The Womble Times told by Bernard Cribbins (R)
with Dora Bryan (R)
Introduced by Stuart Storey with guests Sean Kerly, hockey; Lisa Opie, squash; Steven Redgrave, rowing; Gaynor Stanley, swimming; Neil Adams, judo and Liz Hobbs, water ski-ing. Coached by Commonwealth Games silver-medallist, Sharon Hutchings. (H)
Last in the present series. Allan Beswick follows residents' daily lives.
Weather followed by Dallas
Pan Per Sue
Jamie learns that marriage has made Cliff a shadow of the man he was.
Written by DAVID PAULSEN
Directed by MICHAEL PREECE (for cast see page 30) (R)
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Bryan McNerney goes to Oxborough Hall , where tasteful restoration was carried out by the Victorians. Producer PAUL CORT-WRIGHT
with Philip Hayton
Weather MICHAEL FISH
Paul and Gail make a bet which could strain their relationship.
Written by WAYNE DOYLE
Directed by KENDAL FLANAGAN
(Cast page 30. Repeated at 5.35pm)
Presented by Suzanne Dando and Floella Benjamin
The last progamme in the present series includes
Dr Vernon Coleman on the stress factors of A Day in the Life of.... the Editor of She magazine. Sue Campbell, Director of the National Coaching Foundation, analyses Dando Does ... barn dancing.
Special guest: the Yetties Producer ALAN RUSSELL BBC Bristol
starring John Wayne Anthony Quinn.
1945: the people of the Philippines are fighting the Japanese invaders. Colonel Madden is an American instructed to form a guerrilla army to prepare the way for liberation.
Screenplay by BEN BARZMAN and RICHARD LANDAU
Produced by ROBERT FELLOWS Directed by EDWARD DMYTRYK
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Captain Andres Bonifacio:
Andy Crane - starting with ChuckleVision starring the Chuckle Brothers with Billy Butler. Writer JOHN SAYLE
Director JOHN NORTHOVER Producer MARTIN HUGHES BBC North West (R)
Laurel and Hardy
A Clothes Call (R)
4.20pm Jonny Briggs 19: Where is the key to the cellar?
(For cast see page 42) (R)
Belle and Sebastian
A Devil's Corridor
Written and presented by Johnny Ball , Ann de Caires and Mark Salter
Episode 4 of Hyperspace Hotel written by JAMES FOLLETT
Studio director BRENDA BARRIE Producer JANE TARLETON (R)
Voice of Knowall:
with Nicholas Witchell and Anna Ford
Weather Ian McCaskill
Peter Macann , Howard Stableford , Judith Hann and Maggie Philbin report on new ideas which could change the way we live. This week: waxworks brought to life in London's West End; and the observatory on an active volcano in Hawaii where they're learning to predict the next eruption. Producers JACK WEBER ,
CYNTHIA PAGE. MARTIN MORTIMORE. EDWARD BRIFFA
Director PHILIP DOLLING Editor RICHARD REISZ
by Gillian Richmond.
"Just imagine it Pauline, us joining the property-owning democracy."
(For cast see page 42)
Last of ten films.
Alan Whicker talks to Robert Morley's son, Wilton, a theatre producer; Philip Emanuel, who contributes to the resurgent Australian film industry; Edmund Capon, late of the V and A, now curator of the NSW Art Gallery; and Tony Shaffer, author of Sleuth, in the Queensland house he shares with wife Diane Cilento. Also Paul Sharratt, late of Clacton pier, now owner of a showbar in Surfers' Paradise; Peter Barnard, who presides over Hobart's casino, and honorary Pom Joe Bugner. Assistant producer MO BOWYER Directed by ROGER MILLS BBC Bristol (R)
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with Anne Robinson Producer IAN STUBBS
0 WRITE TO: Points of View,
BBCtv Centre, London W12 7RJ
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with Martyn Lewis
Regional News; Weather
Charlotte Rampling. Giant ex-con
Moose Molloy doesn't suffer from any gunshot wounds - but he has a hole in his heart for Velma, his long-lost love; he wants her found.... and fast. Moose offers Marlowe the job, and he's a hard man to turn down. Robert Mitchum is perfectly cast as the cynical private eye in this film of the Chandler classic, set against a beautifully re-created 1940s California.
Screenplay by DAVID ZELAG GOODMAN from the novel by RAYMOND CHANDLER
Produced by GEORGE PAPPAS and JERRY BRUCKHEIMER
Directed by DICK RICHARDS
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Barry Norman presents his review of the week's releases. Clara's Heart stars Whoopi Goldberg in the story of a Jamaican servant who guides a rich kid through his adolescent rites of passage. Child's Play is a horror fantasy about a cute doll with an angelic countenance which is possessed by the soul of a psychotic killer.
Barry Norman: page 14
Katy Gribble was born at home, in front of the living-room fire, in a birthing tub Dr Lichy who's performed over 40 underwater deliveries in Cornwall kept an eye on the birth.
Film editor MIKE BOW
Series producer HOWARD PERKS