with Laurie Mayer and Sally Magnusson. Newspaper reviews by Paul Callan.
Business news: Rodney Smith, Paul Burden and Fiona Foster
Weather: Francis Wilson Arts: Jill Dando
Sports: Sally Jones, Bob Wilson and Archie Macpherson
Editor Bob Wheaton, Director Janet Crook
Business news presenter:
Business news presenter:
Weather followed by Four Square
The final session of Labour's conference presented by David Dimbleby , Vivian White and Ian Smith.
Including news and analysis of the morning's events. Directors CAROLINE BYNG
NICK DAVIES and DAVE PICKTHALL Deputy editor ALEC GERLIS Editor JAMES HOGAN including at
10.00am News and Weather
Introduced by Simon Parkin Playbus which stops today at The Tent Stop where Humphrey and Wobble Clown join Ricky Diamond , Trish Cooke and David Warwick , with children from Swaffield School,
Wandsworth, London, to tell the story: Noah and His Ark retold by Nicola Russell. Music RICHARD BROWN
Director BRIAN JAMESON Producer ANN REAY (R)
Stoppit and Tidyup Comb Your Hair
Narrated by Terry Wogan.
Stoppit and Tidyup head for their favourite picnic spot. (R)
with Richard Pasco. Producer RALPH ROLLS
A FORGE PRODUCTIONS LTD Programme fur BBCtv
Weather followed by Labour 89
Further coverage of the final session from the Labour Party Conference. Presented by David Dimbleby , Vivian White and Ian Smith. including at
12.00 News and Weather
Philip Hayton presents the latest news from Britain and around the world.
Weather Michael Fish
Mike guesses the identity of the new man in Jane's life.
Charlene ruins Scott's work.
Written by JOHN UPTON Directed by TONY OSICKA
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When Holly Parker is forced to leave her loving husband and adored young son her grief leads her into a life of drink and degradation. Holly believes she has sacrificed everything for her family, but 20 years on she faces the ultimate test of her love and devotion.
Screenplay by JOHN HOLBWAY Produced by ROSS HUNTER
Directed by DAVID LOWELL RICH
* FILMS: page 21
Clay Jr (as a child):
Clay Jr (as an adult):
Introduced by Andy Crane
The unlikely musketeer, Touche Turtle, is off to avenge wrongs and protect the weak in Loser Takes All (R)
How big is the biggest fish? Why do we say the moon is 'new'? What does your surname mean? With Sophie Aldred, Stephen Johnson and Jo Korna.
Designer PAUL SUDLOW
Production ALISON STEWART
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4.10pm Yogi's Treasure Hunt: Yogi's Heroes
Yogi Bear captains the SS Jelly Roger, an old-time ship travelling the seas in search of treasure, which they donate to charity.
4.30pm The Satellite Show
The Satellite Show goes Australian and that's official, or at least a bit of it anyway - Stefan Dennis from Neighbours is beamed aboard the Satellite, which is lucky for him because he might just meet up with Captain Plughole, take part in Name That Thing and have a good laugh at all the Satellite comedy. Enjoy all that and more by switching on to The Satellite Show!
With Gideon Escott, Robert Harley, Robin Kingsland, Caroline Leddy, Lisa Maxwell and Nick Wilton. Designer LAN ASHURST Executive producer
CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON Director DAVID CRICHTON
Producer TREVOR MCCALLUM
The news bulletin that keeps Britain's children informed on world events and on what's happening in their world. With Helen Rollason and Roger Finn.
Producer SUSIE STAPLES
Series producer NICK HEATHCOTE
5.05pm Grange Hill
8: Ronnie decides to ride a motor bike to school with unfortunate consequences. (For cast see page 44) (R) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
with Philip Hayton and Moira Stuart.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Live from the BBC Television Theatre with Buck Rogers of the 25th century, aka Gil Gerard , and Joanna Lumley. Director JOHN BURROWES Producer GRAHAM OWENS
Executive producer PETER ESTALL
by John Sullivan.
When Del Boy is unwell he attributes it to the lobster biriani he had the night before. But when he is admitted to hospital can the local takeaway still be blamed?
With Sue Holderness, Patrick Murray, Steven Woodcock, Andree Bernard, Constance Chapman, Josephine Welcome, Ewan Stewart and Ann Bryson.
(R) (Ceefax subtitles)
Nerys the barmaid:
Dr Robbie Meadows:
Once again Anneka Rice sets out to prove that the impossible can be made possible.
Original music by DAVID MINDEL Associate producer JENNIFER GRADWELL
Executive producer ANNEKA RICE Producer TOM GUTTERIDGE Directed by TOM GUTTERIDGE and JULIET MAY
A MENTORN FRMSproductionforBBCtv
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with Martyn Lewis.
Regional News. Weekend Weather Ian McCaskill
Fifth of a 12-part series.
Vital Spark by John Fletcher. 'What did Fr Dominic think he was doing?'...
'Jesus carried a cross. On the way to Calvary he was lashed 12 times. This is nothing.'
Series created by JEREMY BROCK and PAUL UNWIN Script editors
SUSAN GANDAR and JANE TRANTER Designer EDWARD UPSCOMB Producer PETER NORRIS Director TERRY ILAND
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Dr Lucy Perry:
Art in the Ring
An exploration of the world of boxing through some of its keenest admirers in the arts, among them heavyweight writer Norman Mailer , novelist and feminist Joyce Carol Oates and Budd Schulberg , author of On the Waterfront. Moving between the reality of the fight game in Atlantic City, Brooklyn and London and the fiction and feature films set in the world of the ring, the programme asks; is boxing still the supreme athletic art providing the last refuge of the warrior - or is it simply 'showbusiness with blood?' Photography IAN PUNTER Film editor KEVIN HINCHEY Producer KIM EVANS
Omnibus editor ANDREW SNELL
from Wembley Arena featuring
Next International Masters. Last year this exciting competition brought the Wembley crowd to its feet as the fences and the prize money went ever higher in this winner-takes-all contest. The riders must gamble by raising one fence each time they jump - one fence down will lose them everything. Introduced by David Vine Commentators:
Raymond Brooks-Ward , Stephen Hadley Producer WENDY SHEPPARD
0 MAGAZINE: follow the horses and riders at 'The Horse of the Year Show' with BBC Show Jumping 89 magazine - at your newsagent now, price £1.95
It's the last night of her sell-out US tour and chart-topper Gloria Estefan lets it loose on an ecstatic home-town crowd. Performing her own exciting fusion of Latin and soul,
Gloria and the band belt out a set that incorporates the raunchy rhythms of 1-2-3 and Dr Beat, the dance track The Rhythm is Gonna Get You and the tender ballad Anything for You.
Introduced by Jonathan King. A WHITE RABBIT production for BBCtv (R)