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The Swimming Pool (R)
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 fun with Rolf. Today: Tom and Jerry in Nit Witty Kitty
Woody Woodpecker in Bally Hooey and Daffy Duck in Quack Shot
The search for the ultimate ingredient for Ben's vat takes the gang to the Isle of Man and a seaweed farm. Director PAM O'BRIEN
Producer KIRSTIE FISHER BBC North West (R)
Weather followed by Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
A cartoon based on the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schultz. (R)
The Why Bird Stop
The driver and Why are having some transport problems.
Fiona Beynon Brown. Director CLARE BRADLEY
Producer PENNY LLoyd (R)
with Anne Harvey.
Weather followed by Popeye Double Bill
Andy Crane with Britain's first daily environment-friendly music magazine, plus TV's first look at the new Top 40.
starring George Reeves as the Man of Steel. Three in One
Jan Leeming and Paul Coia with the issues, the people and the music of today from the Kibble Palace in Glasgow's Botanic Gardens. How safe is the food you are having for lunch? Should pesticides and additives be more strictly monitored?
Vera Lynn shows why she became the Forces' sweetheart. Richard Jobson picks his way through the minefield of modern pop.
Glynn Christian returns to his kitchen in the garden after a culinary tour of Italy.
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Philip Hayton with the latest stories and pictures with BBC teams at home and abroad. Weather Ian McCaskill
Madge and Harold go on their honeymoon. Sally and Eileen go to Europe. This week's cast:
Written by WAYNE DOYLE Directed by STEVE MANN
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Featuring songs from Lois Lane and trombone solos from Don Lusher. Producer ALAN TONGUE
BBC Northern Ireland (R)
Some devious things are happening at the Knots Landing block party.
Written by SARA ANN FRIEDMAN Directed by NICK HOWINGA (R)
Last in the series.
With Barbara Dickson.
Every Tuesday at 11.00am the Royal Scotsman leaves Edinburgh's Waverley Station on the start of a six-day tour of the Scottish Highlands. On board are a mixture of American and European tourists.
Barbara Dickson joins them to sample the very best of luxury travel. Producer KEN STEPHINSON
A FALKMAN TELEVISION production for BBCtv
Dog Tales and Dough-Ray-Me-Ow
with Andy Crane
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Shiver Me Timbers
Stan and Ollie are on a raft after their ship has sunk.
When they encounter a pirate ship the adventures really start ... (R)
by Barry Murray starring Paul Daniels. It Can Be Done
Even the most impossible of impossible magic tricks can be done if you try. Wizbit tries and shows you how truly magical he is.
Directed by PHIL BISHOP (R)
With a cry of 'Touche away', the unlikely musketeer Touche is off to avenge wrongs and protect the weak. (R)
At long last, strongman sailor Popeye and girlfriend Olive Oyl have got married and have a son - Popeye Jr.
Split Decision and The Case of the Burger Burglar (R)
The news bulletin that keeps Britain's children informed on world events - and on what's happening in their world.
Producer SUSIE STAPLES
Series producer NICK HEATHCOTE
What is a dare? 'Dear Peter, would you ... lie on a bed of nails? Wear a beard of bees? Walk over hot coals? Let a tarantula walk across your bare chest?'
All these ideas came from
Duncan Dares viewers. Join Peter as he faces up to what the viewers think is daring. Film editor TERRY GABELL Producer ROB BENFIELD (R)
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with John Humphrys and Moira Stuart.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Guy Michelmore 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.
0 WRITE TO: Newsroom South East, BBCElstree Centre, Clarendon Road, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire
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Terry returns to the fold with more lively conversation from Television Centre. Director JOHN BURROWES Producer GRAHAM OWENS
written by Carla Lane.
Aveline's unlikely and at times turbulent romance with Oswald has occasioned both laughter and tears. Now, in the final hour before the wedding the Boswells go through much chaos and confusion....
Title music by DAVID MACKAY Designer PAUL TRERISE
Produced and directed by ROBIN NASH (R)
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by Agatha Christie.
First of two parts dramatised by T, R. Bowen : Starring and with
'Elspeth McGillicuddy is not a sophisticated person, but I assure you Inspector she saw what she saw.'
(R) (Part 2 tomorrow at 8.00pm)
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Det Inspector Slack:
Chief Inspector Duckham:
Det Sgt Lake:
with Martyn Lewis. The latest news and comment from Britain and around the world.
Regional News; Weather
Last of three programmes. 'You couldn't get down a street without at least two or three cups of tea being forced down you.... There was no
"Brits go home". It was "Yes please, Brits come here.'" The Regiment
In 1969, Jamie Daniell was a young subaltern in the Royal Green Jackets. His posting to Northern Ireland was his first taste of real soldiering since he'd joined the army. Two years later, on the afternoon of internment, he was shot through the chest by an IRA sniper. He miraculously survived and has just become a colonel in his regiment. In the third of his programmes about the human cost of the last
20 years, Peter Taylor looks at the soldiers themselves. When they first arrived on the streets, the Catholics hailed them as saviours: now they live constantly on their guard against the IRA's bombs and bullets, isolated from the community they came to protect.
Cameraman TONY MALLON Film editor PAUL RAPLEY
Executive producer GEORGE CAREY Producer MICHAEL DUTFIELD
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Angela Rippon introduces the climax of the 40th anniversary of the longest-running TV musical series in the world - the final!
Last year's runners-up North
West, compete against Home Counties South for the prestigious Come Dancing trophy.
Charles Nove has all the details on some of the UK's finest amateur dancers, and in cabaret Elvis Presley 's
Jailhouse Rock is featured by maestro Andy Ross with Donnie Burns and Gaynor Fairweather.
From the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool.
Arranged by ERIC MORLEY Sound JOHN DRAKE Lighting RON MINTY
Designer GARY PRITCHARD Director PETER FITTON Producer SIMON BETTS
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The first part of a spectacular concert recorded at the Pacific Amphitheatre in Southern California. The queen of disco,
Donna Summer , performs some of her greatest hits, including MacArthur Park, On the Radio and I've Got My Finger on the Trigger.
Donna is joined by special guest stars Musical Youth in their hit number Unconditional Love.
(R) (Part 2 on Wednesday at 11.45pm)
Make Money Make Money Making a Percentage.
Governments have been issuing bonds for centuries - mainly to fund wars. But bonds, which give the investor a set percentage return, are now usually used to fund money-making ventures, like the New York Giants' football stadium in New Jersey.
Andrew Neil looks at what makes the bond market tick. Producer ALAN HAYDN GRIFFITHS (R) (e)