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: The Flintstones

Moonlight and Maintenance

: BBC Breakfast News

with Laurie Mayer and Sally Magnusson
• CEEFAX BREAKFAST SERVICE: call up page 400 on teletext

Contributors

Unknown: Laurie Mayer

: News

Weather followed by Open Air
Jayne meets Alf Garnett 's creator Johnny Speight.

Contributors

Unknown: Alf Garnett
Unknown: Johnny Speight.

: Kilroy

: News

Weather followed by Four Square

: Children's BBC

Introduced by Simon Parkin.
Playbus
The Tent Stop
Susan Monroe ,
Sarah Davison , Will Brenton and Simon Bright tell the story: Bernie the Rabbit Goes
Missing by Sheila Hyde. Producer ANN REAY
Director CLARE BRADLEY
10.50am
Stopplt and Tidyup
Take Care
Narrated by Terry Wogan. (R)

Contributors

Introduced By: Simon Parkin.
Unknown: Susan Monroe
Unknown: Sarah Davison
Unknown: Will Brenton
Unknown: Simon Bright
Unknown: Sheila Hyde.
Producer: Ann Reay
Director: Clare Bradley
Unknown: Terry Wogan.

: Five to Eleven

with Garard Green

Contributors

Unknown: Garard Green

: News

Weather followed by Open Air
Romance is in the air as Gloria Hunniford and Jayne Irving look at how television reflects the institution of marriage. There's advice on getting - and staying - married, and a look at the latest bridal fashions. TV World comes from
Australia where
Michael Peschardt reports on the new hit soap E Street.
Call [number removed]to join in. Studio director STEVE A. SMITH Producers PAULA TRAFFORD ALISON MORSE , DON JONES
HUGH FAUPEL. ROGER WILKES Editor SUSAN L. WOODWARD

Contributors

Unknown: Gloria Hunniford
Unknown: Jayne Irving
Unknown: Michael Peschardt
Director: Steve A. Smith
Producers: Paula Trafford
Producers: Alison Morse
Producers: Don Jones
Unknown: Hugh Faupel.
Unknown: Roger Wilkes
Editor: Susan L. Woodward

: Laurence Olivier

A service of thanksgiving from Westminster Abbey for the life and work of Laurence Olivier , OM, Baron Olivier of Brighton (1907-89).
David Dimbleby describes the scene as over 2,000 people from theatre, film, television and many other walks of life gather to pay tribute to one of the 20th century's great actors.
The service is led by Dean, the Very Rev Michael Maine. Order of Service
'Fanfare on a Great Occasion' from Hamlet (Walton, arr Sargent) Hymn: Praise to the Holiest in the Height. A procession of actors and actresses associated with Olivier lay items at the High Altar symbolic of his life and work. Lesson: Ecclesiastes 3, w 1-11, read by ALBERT FINNEY Psalm 150 (Stanford)
Lesson: I Corinthians 13, read by SIR JOHN MILLS , CBE Anthem: Valiant for Truth (Vaughan Williams, from The Pilgrim's 's Progress by John Bunyan )
Lesson: Lines from Lycidas by John Milton , read by DAME PEGGY ASHCROFT. DBE Lesson: The Holy Sonnet 'Death Be Not Proud', read by SIR JOHN GIELGUD. CH Hymn: The King of Love My Shepherd Is
Address given by SIR ALEC GUINNESS, CBE
Extract from Act IV of Henry V, by Laurence Olivier Hymn: Jerusalem
Prayers led by the Rev Alan Luff , Precentor
Anthem: Dirge for Fidele
(Vaughan Williams, words from Cymbeline by William Shakespeare )
Prayers led by the Rev Colin Semper , Canon in Residence The Blessing
Anthem: Coronation Te Deum (Walton, arr Palmer)
The service is sung by the Choir of Westminster Abbey with the London Brass. Harp: Jane Lister Organist: Andrew Lumsden
The music is directed by Martin Neary , organist and master of the choristers of Westminster Abbey Sound BARRIE HAWES
Lighting PETER GREENYER Television presentation TIMOTHY MARSHALL
(Highlights tonight at 11.20pm) • FEATURE: page 18
• BARRY NORMAN : page 23

Contributors

Unknown: Laurence Olivier
Unknown: David Dimbleby
Unknown: Michael Maine.
Read By: Albert Finney
Read By: Sir John Mills
Unknown: John Bunyan
Unknown: John Milton
Read By: Dame Peggy Ashcroft.
Read By: Sir John Gielgud.
Unknown: Laurence Olivier
Unknown: Alan Luff
Unknown: William Shakespeare
Unknown: Colin Semper
Harp: Jane Lister
Organist: Andrew Lumsden
Directed By: Martin Neary
Unknown: Timothy Marshall
Unknown: Barry Norman

: One O'Clock News

with Philip Hayton.
Weather Michael Fish

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Hayton.

: Neighbours

Dan Ramsay arrives to make Scott and Charlene an offer they can't refuse.
Written by YSABELLE DEAN Directed by CHRIS ADSHEAD
• CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Dan Ramsay
Written By: Ysabelle Dean
Directed By: Chris Adshead

: Reap the Wild Wind

starring
In the mid-19th century, the only link between the lush Mississippi valley and the industrial cities of New England was the hurricane-lashed Atlantic seaboard - plied by the great sailing ships, peopled by courageous crews and lawless scavengers. DeMille's epic film reflects the drama of those perilous times.
Screenplay by ALAN LEMAY
CHARLES BENNETT , JESS LASKY JR Produced and directed by CECIL B. DEMLLE
• FILMS: page 23

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Lemay
Unknown: Charles Bennett
Unknown: Jess Lasky Jr
Directed By: Cecil B. Demlle
Capt Jack Stuart: John Wayne
Drusilla Alston: Susan Hayward
Stephen Tolliver: Ray Milland
Loxi: Paulett Goddard
King Cutler: Raymond Massey
Dan Cutler: Robert Preston

: Children's BBC

Introduced by Andy Crane.

Corners
How did the Royal Family start? How do scientists know the names of dinosaurs?
With Sophie Aldred, Stephen Johnson and Jo Korna.
Director STEVE HOCKING Producer ALISON STEWART

4.05pm Touche Turtle: Mr Robots
(R)

4.15pm Yogi's Treasure Hunt: 20,000 Leaks under the Sea
While being investigated by 16 Minutes, the crew must find a sunken ship.

4.30pm The Satellite Show
Your favourite space traveller - CD (what does that stand for?) - is planet hopping this week with Vickie, Jo, Tina and Maggie from Fuzzbox. He'll have the latest instalment of The Race against Bathtime plus more alien contestants trying to Name That Thing. With Gideon Escott, Robert Harley, Robin Kingsland, Caroline Leddy, Lisa Maxwell and Nick Wilton. Designer IAN ASHURST Executive producer CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON Director ANNE GILCHRIST Producers DAVID CRICHTON and TREVOR MCCALLUM

5.00pm Newsround

5.05pm Record Breakers
Roy Castle and Cheryl Baker host television's top record-breaking show. It's Record Breakers' 18th birthday and Roy and Cheryl celebrate in style with a death-defying slide into the record books from 400ft up Blackpool Tower. Cliff Richard joins in, too, with a celebration of a record-breaking 30 years in the music business, while
Norris McWhirter brings the old west right into the studio for a wild world record on a bucking broncho! Director ADRIAN MILLS Producer GREG CHILDS Executive producer ERIC ROWAN
YOUNG RT: page 99

Contributors

Introduced By: Andy Crane.
Unknown: Sophie Aldred
Unknown: Stephen Johnson
Unknown: Jo Korna.
Director: Steve Hocking
Producer: Auson Stewart
Unknown: Gideon Escott
Unknown: Robert Harley
Unknown: Robin Kingsland
Unknown: Caroline Leddy
Unknown: Lisa Maxwell
Unknown: Nick Wilton.
Designer: Ian Ashurst
Unknown: Christopher Pilkington
Director: Anne Gilchrist
Producers: David Crichton
Producers: Trevor McCallum
Producers: Cheryl Baker
Unknown: Cliff Richard
Unknown: Norris McWhirter
Producer: Greg Childs

: Neighbours

eCEEFAX SUBTITLES

: Six O'Clock News

with John Humphrys and Moira Stuart.
Weather John Kettley

Contributors

Unknown: John Humphrys
Unknown: Moira Stuart.
Unknown: John Kettley

: Wogan with Joanna Lumley

Before the sun sets over Shepherds Bush, Joanna meets, among others, the loveable and enduring Harry Secombe.

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Secombe.

: 22 Years of the Two Ronnies

starring Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett.
Join the two Ronnies in a laughter filled celebration of their 22-year association. With Diana Dors ,
Jenny Logan , Reginald Marsh , Ann Michelle , John Owens ,
Ron Pember and Michael Redfern. Ronnie Hazlehurst and his Orchestra and the Fred Tomlinson Singers. Written by DAVID NEWMAN DAVID RENWICK and GERALD WILEY (R) eCEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Ronnie Barker
Unknown: Ronnie Corbett.
Unknown: Diana Dors
Unknown: Jenny Logan
Unknown: Reginald Marsh
Unknown: Ann Michelle
Unknown: John Owens
Unknown: Ron Pember
Unknown: Michael Redfern.
Unknown: Ronnie Hazlehurst
Singers: Fred Tomlinson
Written By: David Newman
Written By: David Renwick
Written By: Gerald Wiley

: Challenge Anneka

Once again Anneka Rice sets out to prove that the impossible can be made possible using only her giant Challenger truck, the power of television and tons of public good will. All
Anneka's challenges aim to achieve something of lasting benefit, and she has no idea what lies in store until the fateful moment when the challenge arrives.
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 FILMS production for BBCtv

Contributors

Music By: David Mindel
Producer: Jennifer Gradwell
Producer: Anneka Rice
Producer: Tom Gutteridge
Directed By: Tom Gutteridge
Directed By: Juliet May

: Nine O'Clock News

Martyn Lewis presents the day's news.
Regional News
Weekend Weather John Kettley

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis

: Casualty

A 12-part series.
7: Victim of Circumstances by Ginnie Hole.
'The police say their problem is that victims won't come forward....'
'You think that will make us safe? What would happen? A E25 fine? Three months' suspended sentence? And anyway - you put a stop to one, there are always more of them.'
Series created by JEREMY BROCK and PAUL UNWIN Script editors
SUSAN GANDAR and JANE TRANTER Designer ANDREW PURCELL Producer PETER NORRIS
Director ANDREW MORGAN eCEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Brock
Unknown: Paul Unwin
Unknown: Susan Gandar
Unknown: Jane Tranter
Designer: Andrew Purcell
Producer: Peter Norris
Director: Andrew Morgan
Vijesh Patel: Dinesh Shukla
Simon: Chris Gascoyne
Wayne: Tip Tipping
Sheila: Sally Sanders
Bharat Patel: Badi Uzzaman
Dawn Gardiner: Elaine Donnelly
Ken Gardiner: Tim Healy
Debbie Gardiner: Emily Kehoe
Mr Flannagan: Julian Fellowes
Valerie: Susan Franklyn
Jimmy: Robson Green
Charlie: Derek Thompson
Lily: Susan Colverd
Cyril James: Eddie Nestor
Dr Lucy Perry: Tam Hoskyns
Julie: Vivienne McKone
Megan: Brenda Fricker
Alex: Belinda Davison
Carrie Langman: Lia Williams
Sam Langman: William Phillips
Danny Gardiner: Steve Edwards
Lisa Duffin: Cathy Shipton
Nev Jamieson: Burt Caesar
Major: Oliver Ford Davies
Mr Joe Offenbach: Andrew Robertson
Mark's mother: Paula Jacobs
Josh: Ian Bleasdale
Mark: Ian Sandy
TV producer's secretary: Emma London
Surgical registrar: Dev Sagoo
Policeman: Joshua Richards
Medical registrar: Graham Blockey
Leena Patel: Hebe Chitnis

: Omnibus

Art in the Third Reich
Second of two programmes. The Propaganda Machine
Hitler believed that 'the right use of propaganda is an art'.
This film examines the use of the mass media in the Third Reich. Television, radio, film, and the party rally became the most effective means of controlling public opinion. Architecture was the most visible and lasting expression of fascist ideology, and many of its buildings are still in use, from the autobahn network, the great arenas of Nuremberg and Berlin, to the countless party buildings all over the country. Fascist art did not emerge overnight, and toyed with a traditional German look. Mozart and Wagner, Durer and Holbein provided a distinguished camouflage sustained by the Propaganda Ministry which employed over 400 cameramen to record the work of the party's artists. From mass housing to the film musical, the arts and entertainments of the Third
Reich were the messengers of a barbaric regime.
Narrated by Paul Vaughan. Film editor JULIAN MILLER
Associate producer ROBERT MCNAB
Written and produced by PETER ADAM Omnibus editor ANDREW SNELL

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Vaughan.
Editor: Julian Miller
Producer: Robert McNab
Produced By: Peter Adam
Editor: Andrew Snell

: Laurence Olivier

Baron Olivier of Brighton (1907-89)
Highlights of this morning's thanksgiving service at
Westminster Abbey.
David Dimbleby describes the scene as over 2,000 people from the theatre, film, television and many other walks of life gathered to pay tribute to one of the 20th century's great actors.

Contributors

Unknown: David Dimbleby

: The Late Film: Best Kept Secrets

Starring
Laura Dietz is the perfect policeman's wife. Devoted to her husband Blaise, she leads a comfortable life surrounded by a tight circle of other cops' wives. But when Blaise is refused a promotion Laura discovers that she is the reason. Politically active, she is under investigation and a secret file is held on her that will be used for blackmail. Her choice is clear - her principles or her marriage.
Screenplay by APRIL SMITH Produced by DAVID MANSON
Directed by JERROLD FREEDMAN
• FILMS: page 23

Contributors

Unknown: Laura Dietz
Play By: April Smith
Produced By: David Manson
Directed By: Jerrold Freedman
Laura Dietz: Patty Duke Astin
Blaise Dietz: Frederic Forrest
Frank Mitchell: Peter Coyote
Shari Mitchell: Meg Foster
Ed Dietz: Albert Salmi
Ina Dietz: Miriam Colon
Rev Wemer: David Clennon
Jim Ramos: Pepe Serna
Chief Gilmore: Richard Bradford
Lt Clifford: Carmen Argenziano
Ramsey: Pat Petersen
Gretchen: Amanda Petersen
Marie Ramos: Karmin Murcelo
Jim: Howard Hesselman

: Weather









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