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with Kirsty Wark and Jill Dando
The sizzling summer magazine from Children's
BBC with sensational Simon Parkin , amazing Andi Peters , sparkling Stephanie Lowe and some of your favourite Programmes, starting with Rolf Harris Cartoon Time
More cartoon capers with Rolf Harris.
Today: Droopy in Millionaire Droopy; Woody Woodpecker in Tomcat Combat; Tom and Jerry in Smitten Kitten. Director NICK JONES
Producer DAVID PLATT
Why Don't You...?
The Liverpool gang are back. Jen and Ken from the Isle of Man brave a visit to the cellar where a letter from the mailbag proves too much for Helen.
Director RUSSELL DAVIES Producer KIRSTIE FISHER BBC North West (R)
Weather followed by Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show Snoopy's Robot
All the children take the bus to a new computer camp and play with the machines. The games seem to come to life and Snoopy finds himself like a robot.
A cartoon based on the Peanuts strip by CHARLES M. SCHULTZ (R)
10.30am Playbus stops today at
The Why Bird Stop where Simon is in the mood for playing tricks.
Bus driver ..........SIMON DAVIES Puppeteer
Fiona Beynon Brown
Story: The Boy Who Wanted to Talk to Animals by Phil Allcock.
Music: Richard Brown and children from
Silchester House School Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Producer CLARE BRADLEY
A FELGATE production for BBCtv
10.55am Five to Eleven with pupils from Adwick-le-Street
Comprehensive School, Doncaster.
Weather followed by Popeye Double Bill
11.15am The 0 Zone
Andy Crane with Britain's first daily environment-friendly music magazine. Researcher LOUISE MUSGRAVE Producer PAUL SMITH
Web of Evil
With the voices of Tim Brooke-Taylor
Bill Oddie , Graeme Garden Jill Shilling (R)
Weather followed by The Garden Party
Caron Keating and Paul Coia with the issues, the people and the music of today. What are the benefits or the dangers of hormone replacement therapy? Can it be equally effective for men and women?
From his lair in Glasgow's Botanic Gardens, Richard Jobson surveys the charts.
And Glynn Christian reports from a gastronomic tour of the Lake District. Director LIZ SCOT
Producers CHARLES NAIRN and GORDON MACMILLAN Editor DAVID MARTIN
with Philip Hayton
Weather Michael Fish
Gail is introduced to her prospective stepmother. This week's cast:
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In this week's programme of non-stop music
Irene Stanford is the star singer and Gordon Higginbottom the star instrumentalist on tenor horn.
Third Carrickfergus Band conductor Alan Murdock Producer ALAN TONGUE
BBC Northern Ireland (R)
When Gary starts spending his inheritance, Abby sees he needs her financial
'guidance'. Karen fears her relationship with Mack is moving too fast.
Written by PATRICIA M. GREEN
Directed by NICHOLAS SGARRO (R)
Cindy Williams as Shirley Feeney, Penny Marshall as Laverne De Fazio in Bridal Shower (R)
When Katharine Whitehorn was a young girl she used to travel on the overnight sleeper to Aberdeen to go to the family cottage in Aviemore.
Now she returns to Scotland and recalls the mixed blessings of late-night travel, visits the osprey sanctuary at the Boat of Garten, and travels on the steam-hauled trains of the Strathspey Railway Line.
Producer KEN STEPHINSON
A FALKMAN TELEVISION production for BBCtv
Presented by Andy Crane - starting with Wizbit by Barry Murray starring Paul Daniels.
The King of Puzzleopolis Roll up, roll up!
Meet Wizbit, Wooly and Wilbur. Here's a little sound advice: Tell the truth throughout your life, for truth to tell, the truth will out, no matter how you twist the truth about.
Directed by phil BISHOP (R)
Popeye and Son
Junior's Birthday Round Up and Redbeard
At long last, strongman sailor Popeye and girlfriend Olive Oyl have got married and have a son - Popeye Jr. (R)
5.00pm Newsround with Roger Finn and Helen Rollason.
5.05pm Duncan Dares
Alone in the wilderness after an air crash - could you survive? In the first of two programmes Peter Duncan joins expert Lofty Wiseman who says that with proper training and the will to continue, any fit person can. But solitude and lack of proper food make seven days seem like eternity to Peter as he learns that bulrushes are as nourishing as asparagus. Film editor RICHARD SPURWAY Producer ALEX LEGER (R)
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with John Humphrys and Andrew Harvey
Weather Bernard Davey
Louise Batchelor keeps you in touch with what's going on around the capital region of the country.
With reports from studios around the south east.
Michael Wale on the local sports scene and Cathy McGowan around town.
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Special guest Liza Minnelli. Music and chat tonight comes from the outstanding singer and actress. In a rare interview the superstar daughter of Judy Garland talks about her film work, which includes a Best
Actress Oscar for Cabaret in 1972, her music and recent musical collaboration with the Pet Shop Boys who drop in to join her in song. Producer JANE O'BRIEN
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Up the Lazy River (1)
The trees, the river, man and nature with nothing in between - except for all the state-of-the-art equipment
Larry insists on taking along to the company camping trip which will ensure that nothing can go wrong....
Written by JAMES O'KEEFE and ALAN PLOTKIN
Directed by JOEL ZWICK
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starring written by Andrew Nickolds and Stan Hey.
Inlaws and Outlaws
'Check this - Alex's Brixton Broadcasting Cor-what-a-bore-ration, and Crucial FM, aka Delbert Wilkins , are in totally fierce competition.'
With Sean O'Callaghan Nicholas Grant and Ruairi Redmond. Music
JOE DWORNIAK. DUNCAN BRIDGEMAN Produced and directed by GEOFF POSNERffl )
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written by Car la Lane.
Everyone in the family seems to have something to worry about, including Mrs Boswell whose friendship with Derek is not without its moments of anxiety.
Title music by DAVID MACKAY Designer PAUL TRERISE
Produced and directed by ROBIN NASH (R)
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Lady in DHSS:
Man in DHSS:
with Michael Buerk
Regional News; Weather
The Blasphemers' Banquet by Tony Harrison. Music by Dominic Muldowney sung by Teresa Stratas.
Bradford 1989: Tony Harrison in a personal response to the Rushdie affair, has set up an imaginary banquet in a tandoori restaurant, once a thriving Presbyterian church. He invites to it writers much reviled for their 'blasphemies'... including Salman Rushdie. Photography MIKE FOX
Sound recordist FRASER BARBER Film editor PETER SIMPSON
Executive producer DAVID PEARSON Director PETER SYMES
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from the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool.
Angela Rippon introduces the teams from Northern Ireland and Wales, whose Offbeat team have such a magical reputation! In cabaret this week, music from the movie Dirty Dancing is the theme for American pros Ronnie Montez and Liz Curtis.
Commentator Charles Nove Musical director ANDY ROSS Arranged by ERIC MORLEY sound JOHN DRAKE Lighting RON MINTY
Designer GARY PRITCHARD Producer SIMON BETTS
Jimmy Perry recalls some more famous music-hall acts - including that much-loved comedian Robb Wilton; Nat Gonella and his band; apache-dancers Alexis and Dorrano; plus Tommy Handley and Ronald Frankau in their famous partnership Murgatroyd and Winterbottom. Recorded at the headquarters of the Grand Order of Water Rats, London.
Just in Time
Michael Rodd investigates the Japanese management practice of 'just in time' currently sweeping through British industry.
Producer DAVID DAWSON
Series editor BRIAN DAVIES (R) (e)
Comhill Insurance Test Series England v Australia
Richie Benaud introduces highlights of the day's play. Producer KEITH MACKENZIE