with Laurie Mayer and Sally Magnusson.
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Weather followed by Open Air
Jayne Irving invites
Nick Lloyd , editor of the Daily Express, to review this week's TV stories in the popular press. You can comment on [number removed]. Producer ROGER WILKES
Editor SUSAN L. WOODWARD BBC North West
A topical discussion with Robert Kilroy-Silk and the studio audience.
Weather followed by Four Square
introduced by Simon Parkin - starting with Playbus which stops today at The Tent Stop where Humphrey and Wobble Clown join Susan Monroe ,
Sarah Davison , Will Brenton , Lisa Berto , Carly Gabriel ,
Emma Platt and Lee Bagdady to tell the story: Miserly Mome by Anna Standon. Music RICHARD BROWN Producer ANN REAY
Director CLARE BRADLEY
Rupert the Bear based on the stories by Alfred Bestall.
Storyteller: Ray Brooks.
Rupert and the Lost Fiddle (R)
with Illona Linthwaite. Producer RALPH ROLLS
A Forge production for BBCtv
Weather followed by Open Air
Gloria Hunniford and Jayne Irving present a lively look at the world of television. Daily Express editor Nick Lloyd explains the tabloids' love-hate relationship with TV and casts a critical eye on Channel 4's Hard News. Jayne meets the cycling fanatics from last night's
40 Minutes, and Gloria's star guest is the queen of breakfast television, Anne Diamond. From the USA,
Elaine Lipworth reports on the ups and downs of American TV. Join in on [number removed].
Weather followed by Daytime Live
The lunchtime magazine live from Pebble Mill. Today,
Simon Potter with the latest entertainment news and Alan brings you essential tips for the weekend gardener. With Alan Titchmarsh and Judi Spiers. Editor SIMON SHAW
with Michael Buerk.
Weather Michael Fish
Mrs Mangel uncovers a fraud at work and is threatened at home.
Written by ROGER MOULTON
Directed by KENDAL FLANAGAN
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As she celebrates her
80th birthday, Lady Lendale reminisces to her biographer about her humble beginnings as a laundress, through her involvement with Armand and his international anarchists, up to her marriage to Lord Lendale and her establishment as a pillar of the English aristocracy. But through the years she has kept a dramatic secret....
Screenplay by PETER USTINOV based on the novel by ROMAIN GARY Produced by CARLO PONTI Directed by PETER USTINOV
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We're on Our Way to Rio and Spinach Overture
introduced by Andy Crane - starting with Comers
Why is the sky blue? How do fairground rides work? How do street lights know when to come on? Presented by Sophie Aldred and Stephen Johnson with Jo Korna. Director STEVE HOCKING
Producer ALISON STEWART
OQUESTIONS TO: Corners, BBCtv. London W12 7RJ.
4.05pm Touche Turtle
The unlikely musketeer goes off again to avenge wrongs. Touche at Bat (R)
Yogi's Treasure Hunt
Yogi and the SS Jelly Roger sail in search of treasure. Goodbye Mr Chump
The Satellite Show
If the Earth's gravity is getting you down, try some intergalactic super-humour. This week on The Satellite
Show join CD and his special guests Brother Beyond, the really useful Bob Hopeless , the intrepid Captain Plughole and Boy Plunger, and many more besides.
The Satellite Show - it's just twinkling with stars - how do they planet?
With Gideon Escott , Robert Harley , Robin Kingsland ,
Caroline Leddy , Lisa Maxwell and Nick Wilton. Designer IAN ASHURST Executive producer
CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON Director DAVID CRICHTON
Producer TREVOR MCCALLUM
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Roy Castle and Cheryl Baker host television's top record-breaking show.
Judy Leden , the first and last lady to hang-glide the English Channel, joins Roy and Cheryl for a show packed with records. Strongman Dave Gauder takes on the Power Challenger - five tests of strength that would make Superman swoon!
Cheryl takes off for Australia - but will her boomerang come back? And arrows ace Ritchie Gardner has his sights set on a world record for the fastest darts games ever.
Director ADRIAN MILLS Producer GREG CHILDS
Executive producer ERIC ROWAN
John Humphrys and Moira Stuart present the latest news from Britain and around the world. Weather John Kettley
If you remember Beautiful Noise, Sweet Caroline ,
Cracklin'Rosie and Song
Sung Blue - you will enjoy Neil Diamond , who joins Terry tonight.
Director JOHN BURROWES Producer JANE O'BRIEN Executive producer PETER ESTALL
starring Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker.
Join the two Ronnies in a laughter-filled celebration of their 22-year association.
Messrs Corbett and Barker have chosen their personal favourites from the many hilarious sketches and songs they have performed together over the years. With
Carol Gillie , Jenny Logan ,
Reginald Marsh , John Owens , Gerrie Raymond and Michael Redfern.
Ronnie Hazlehurst and his
Orchestra and the Fred Tomlinson Singers. Written by DENNIS BERSON
ROBERT A. GRAY. DAVID NEWMAN PETER OSBORNE. DAVID
RENWICH PETER VINCENT. GERALD WILEY (R)
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 Mentom Films production for BBCtv
with Michael Buerk. Regional News
Weekend Weather John Kettley
A 12-part series. 8: Deluge by Bill Gallagher.
'I've got cubicles clogged up with patients waiting for ambulances, transfers, you name it. Look - we're busy - we have to make choices. It's bad news - so what's new?'
Series created by JEREMY BROCK and PAUL UNWIN Script editors
SUSAN GANDAR and JANE TRANTER Designer EDWARD LIPSCOMB Producer PETER NORRIS Director STEVE GOLDIE
Dr Lucy Perry:
Ronnie Scott ... and All That Jazz
In 1959, Ronnie Scott , a rising young saxophone player, opened a club where he and his friends could play the music they liked. Over the following years, the club had its ups and downs, reflecting the changes in attitudes to jazz, and in the social life of surrounding Soho. Now, 30 years later, Ronnie Scott 's is known throughout the world as the heartbeat of British jazz. In this tribute, Omnibus talks to some of Ronnie's great admirers including Mel Brooks , the Rt Hon
Kenneth Clarke , mp, writer Alan Plater and features rare archive footage of some of the club's historic performances by Zoot Sims , Sonny Rollins , Dizzy Gillespie and Ella Fitzgerald.
Film editor DAVID KITSON Producer BOB PORTWAY
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starring and This moving love story stars Pacino as a champion racing driver who falls in love with Lillian, a girl he meets at a Swiss clinic. She has a great zest for life, but Bobby is increasingly disturbed by her flights of fantasy and the risks she takes. There is more to
Lillian than appears on the exuberant surface....
Screenplay by ALVIN SARGENT Produced and directed by SYDNEY POLLACK
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