with Nicholas Witchell and Sally Magnusson.
Weather followed by Better Badminton with Jake Downey. 4:Level Doubles Director HUW JONES
Producer BERNARD ADAMS (R)
The recent departure of disabled children from this country for treatment at the Peto Institute in Hungary attracted considerable media attention. But what has Britain to offer disabled children? This film looks at the Fleming Fulton Special School in Belfast where doctors, therapists, teaching staff and pupils work together to achieve impressive results. Producer BILL MISKELLY
An AISLING FILMS production for BBC Northern Ireland
Weather followed by Four Square
Simon Parkin - starting with Playbus which stops today at The Patch Stop at Dunwich Heath,
Peggy Patch spots insects and tries bark rubbing.
Patch's friend...COLIN KERRIGAN Storyteller: Sophie Aldred. Story: The Second-Floor Cat written by Leslie Baker. Producer ANNE GOBEY
Barney Forgotten Birthday with the voices of Tim Brooke-Taylor
Harry Enfield , Jan Ravens and Enn Reitel.
Directed by BOB BALSER
Produced by JOHN COATES (R)
with Mark Kingston.
Weather followed by Madhur Jaffrey 's
The people of Hong Kong are some of the fussiest and most knowledgeable eaters, with access to the four main cuisines of China.
Film editor PAUL RAPLEY
Producer JENNY STEVENS (R)
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On His Own
When Lindsay departs for Los Angeles to visit her mother, Frank is on his own for the first time in 12 years. Well, that's what he thinks ... Directed by JACK SHEA
Starring Leif Erickson as Big John Cannon, Cameron Mitchell as Buck Cannon, Mark Slade as Billy Blue, Linda Cristal as Victoria, Henry Darrow as Manolito
The Cannon family give money to a priest to purchase a religious statue, but other people have their eyes on it.
Big John Cannon:
with Philip Hayton. Weather Bill Giles
The Erinsborough Olympic Scavenger Hunt begins. Written by MALCOLM FRAWLEY Directed by KENDAL FLANAGAN
(Cast page 38. Repeated at 5.35pm)
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Hosted by John Sachs.
Over the last two days we've seen Keith, Margot, Sharon and Hazel play Four Square - today two of them return to play for a place in the quarter-finals.
Director NICK VAUGHAN-BARRATT Producer DAVE ROSS BBC Elstree
starring and Barbara, 'virtually 18' and fresh from Minnesota, arrives in Mexico City to find her boyfriend Phil - a corporal stationed in the Canal Zone - so they can be quickly married while he is on three days furlough. But complications arise, and when Barbara enlists the help of the American consul, David Flanner , his own impending marriage begins to look rather uncertain....
Screenplay by MICHAEL KANIN from an original story by VICKI BAUM
Produced by WARREN DUFF
Directed by WILLIAM KEIGHLEY
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Leeds(0532)[number removed]John Thirlwell hosts daytime's popular gardening forum. Air your problems live by phone to Daphne Ledward and Michael Edmundsun.
Ring in with your questions between 11.30am and 2.30pm. Gardening adviser DAVID TOYNE Producer MARCEL GUILLOU Director ANN BROCKWELL Details on Ceefaxpage 187
Andy Crane - starting with:
Poddington Peas: Creep-Pea Gets Carried Away
Disguised as pirates, Creep-Pea and Black-Eyed Pea bombard Poddington with custard pies, fired from a cannon on board their boat on Poddle Pond.
4.00pm Penny Crayon
Narrated by Su Pollard and Peter Hawkins. Cookery Class
The French chef does not know that Penny's drawings come to life and that everything is being filmed for television.
Written and created by PETER MADDOCKS
Producer SIMON MADDOCKS Director GUY MADDOCKS
Presented by Charlotte Hindle.
Did you see last week's Clockwise? If not, why not? It's only the best quiz on television now, and probably ever. You can join in or just sit back and watch. So no excuses - if you miss it it's your loss.
Executive producer CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON Director CLAIRE WINYARD Producer SALLY FRASER
4.25pm Fantastic Max: Toys Will Be Toys Part 2.
It all began one day on a sightseeing trip to Cape Canaveral when Max, a precocious 16-month-old toddler, wandered away from his family and crawled into a space capsule atop a six-storey rocket and was blasted deep into space.
4.35pm Mysterious Cities of Gold
Esteban and the others manage to get inside the Olmac base but Zia is taken prisoner. Suddenly, a gigantic war machine rises up from deep within the Olmac headquarters. (R)
with Helen Rollason and Roger Finn. Vital world events, happy happenings and the latest in sport, in school and in space - just some of the things that make up Britain's top news show for children. Producer SUSIE STAPLES Series producer NICK HEATHCOTE
5.05pm Blue Peter
with Caron Keating, Yvette Fielding and John Leslie. A Rare Treat
Nine months ago, Caron built a nest to attract a breeding pair of Britain's rarest bird of prey - the osprey. Watch today for amazing and spectacular news from the Scottish Highlands.
Producers RICHARD SIMKIN and ANDREW WHITMAN Editor LEWIS BRONZE
with John Humphrys and Moira Stuart.
Weather John Kettley
Newsroom South East, Spotlight, Points West, Look East, Look North,
South Today, North West Tonight, Midlands Today.
The UK's top chart show brings you the latest countdown in vision and sound from the current Top 40 chart.
Introduced this week by Nicky Campbell.
(Simultaneous Broadcast with Radio 1)
Produced and directed by:
by Charlie Humphreys.
"Fancy a run. Just around the block. I got to test it, haven't I?"
Series Script Editor:
starring Les Dawson. Les welcomes you to another edition of the popular quiz full of super prizes.
His special guests this week are:
Trevor Brooking Joe Brown
Jimmy Hill Rustie Lee
Sound supervisor MARTIN DEANE Lighting director DON BABBAGE Designer GEORGE KYRIAKIDES Director JOHN BURROWES Producer STANLEY APPEL
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by Johnny Speight. Starring
Alf and Mrs Hollingbery are now engaged to be married and Alf has already started to enjoy her cooking. They treat Arthur, who thinks he's won the pools, to a celebration dinner. Naturally, Alf has to remind Arthur who his best friend is, as best friends share everything.
Studio sound MICHAEL MCCARTHY Studio lighting RON BRISTOW Designer MICHAEL TREVOR Produced by ROGER RACE
Directed by RICHARD BODEN
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by the Social and Liberal Democrats.
Michael Buerk with news and comment from Britain and around the world. Regional News Weather
Whether Jane Fonda makes a new film, gives a political opinion or falls off her bicycle, she does it in the Public eye. At the age of 51, she remains one of Hollywood's most bankable stars and a regular fixture in the headlines as she continues to champion causes from Californian grapepickers' pay to the state of the Pacific Ocean. But despite her fame and the media exposure she has attracted, Henry Fonda 's daughter has rarely talked in Public about her life and what truly motivates her. This summer, Clive James spent a day with Jane Fonda at her home in Santa Monica, talking about the influence of her father, her political campaigns - including the controversy about her stand on Vietnam which continues to this day - and mid-life without the crisis. And, of course, her films, including the soon-to-be-released Old Gringo. film editor GABE SOLOMON Executive producer RICHARD DREWETT
Director BRUCE GOWERS
Producer CHARLES BRAND
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with Peter Sissons.
The weekly opportunity for the general public to pose the questions and debate the answers with those in power, those who seek it and those who influence events. Around the table with Peter Sissons this evening at the Greenwood Theatre in London are: Janet Daley
Rt Hon Chris Patten , MP Peter Riddell
Clare Short , MP
Director ANN MORLEY
Producer SUE ROBERTSON Editor BARBARA MAXWELL
starring and I'll Be Home for Christmas Everyone in the Police
Department is hoping to get off duty in time to spend
Christmas with their loved ones. It should be possible as long as no one makes an arrest. Unfortunately, that is easier said than done.
Written by ROBERT CRAIS
Directed by BURT BRINCKERHOFF (R)
Mary Beth Lacey: