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: The Flintstones

Ann-Margrock Presents (R)

: BBC Breakfast News

with Nicholas Witchell and Laurie Mayer.
8CEEFAX BREAKFAST SERVICE: call up page 400 on teletext.

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Witchell
Unknown: Laurie Mayer.

: Kilroy

: Children's BBC

Introduced by Simon Parkin.
Playbus
The Dot Stop
Puppeteer: Saskia Wright.
Story: The Wizard of the North. Storyteller: Mark Sendell.
Music PAUL READE and LIZ KITCHEN Designer TONY LAWRENCE Producer MICHAEL COLE
10.50am
Rupert the Bear
Rupert and the Hazelnut (R)

Contributors

Introduced By: Simon Parkin.
Unknown: Mark Sendell.
Music: Paul Reade
Music: Liz Kitchen
Designer: Tony Lawrence
Producer: Michael Cole
Dot: Liz Kitchen

: Five to Eleven

with Barry Foster.

Contributors

Unknown: Barry Foster.

: News Weather followed by Open Air

presented by Eamonn Holmes and Jayne Irving with reporter Roy Sheppard.
Featuring A Day in the Life ... Ring [number removed].

Contributors

Presented By: Eamonn Holmes
Presented By: Jayne Irving
Reporter: Roy Sheppard.

: News

Weather followed by Daytime Live featuring music from
Don Williams and a look at the filming of Howards' Way.

Contributors

Unknown: Don Williams

: One O'Clock News

with Philip Hayton.
Weather Ian McCaskill

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Hayton.
Unknown: Ian McCaskill

: Neighbours

Charlene drives off into the sunset. Will she return?
(Cast page 44. Repeated at 5. 35pm) 8CEEFAX SUBTITLES

: Four Square

: Knots Landing

While the Cat's Away
Mack has a revealing interview with the Fishers on why they resorted to illegal adoption.

Contributors

Gary Ewing: Ted Shackleford
Val Ewing: Joan van Ark
Abby Ewing: Donna Mills
Mack: Kevin Dobson

: Knaves and Fawkes

Guy Fawkes was only one of 13 conspirators. The rest of the gang fled north. Geoffrey Green follows their trail. Producer ROGER CASSTLES (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Guy Fawkes
Producer: Roger Casstles

: Cartoons

Calico Dragon
Little Bantam Weight (R)

: Children's BBC

Introduced by Andy Crane.

Two by Two
presented by Jenny Powell. Songs written and performed by DEREK GRIFFITHS
Series producer JANE TARLETON Producer ANNE DENEHY

4.05pm Bodger and Badger: 8: The Final Episode
Written by Andy Cunningham.
Bodger and Badger are in charge today.
Designer ROBERT STEER
Producer JUDY WHITFIELD

4.20pm Fantastic Max: Journey to the Centre of My Sister: 1

4.30pm Hartbeat
Framework presented by Tony Hart and Margot Wilson.
Producer CHRISTOPHER TANDY
●CEEFAX SUBTITLES

5.00pm Newsround

5.10pm Strangers: 6
With Emma trapped in Mrs Evander's lift, the Perrine family receive a surprise visit. When Cream makes his run, the Zanemmorkel team go into action.
Writer MARGARET MAHY Producer CHRIS BAILEY Director PETER SHARP
CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Introduced By: Andy Crane.
Presented By: Jenny Powell.
Unknown: Derek Griffiths
Written By: Andy Cunningham.
Designer: Robert Steer
Producer: Judy Whitfield
Unknown: Max Journey
Presented By: Tony Hart
Presented By: Margot Wilson.
Unknown: Mrs Evander
Unknown: Margaret Mahy
Producer: Chris Bailey
Director: Peter Sharp
Simon: Andy Cunningham
Mavis: Joanne Campbell
Mr Troff: Roger Walker

: Neighbours

8CEEFAX SUBTITLES

: Six O'Clock News

with Anna Ford and Philip Hayton.
Weather Bernard Davey

Contributors

Unknown: Anna Ford
Unknown: Philip Hayton.
Unknown: Bernard Davey

: Wogan

: Doctor Who: The Curse of Fenric: Part 2

by Ian Briggs
The Doctor discovers a secret that's designed to kill.

Contributors

Writer: Ian Briggs
Stunt Arranger: Tip Tipping
Incidental Music: Mark Ayres
Make-up Designer: Denise Baron
Script Editor: Andrew Cartmel
Designer: David Laskey
Producer: John Nathan-Turner
Director: Nicholas Mallett
The Doctor: Sylvester McCoy
Ace: Sophie Aldred
Prozorov: Peter Czajkowski
Vershinin: Marek Anton
Dr Judson: Dinsdale Landen
Captain Sorin: Tomek Bork
Nurse Crane: Anne Reid
Jean: Joann Kenny
Phyllis: Joanne Bell
Millington: Alfred Lynch
Rev Mr Wainwright: Nicholas Parsons
Miss Hardaker: Janet Henfrey
Leigh: Marcus Hutton
Perkins: Christien Anholt
Captain Bates: Stevan Rimkus
Kathleen: Cory Pulman
Baby: Aaron Hanley

: Bergerac

starring
Natural Enemies by J. Andrew Caine.
Charlie is threatened by a series of mysterious phone calls and appeals to Jim.
Series created by ROBERT BANKS STEWART
Directed by GEOFFREY SAX
Produced by GEORGE GALLACCIO (R)
●CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: J. Andrew Caine.
Unknown: Robert Banks Stewart
Directed By: Geoffrey Sax
Produced By: George Gallaccio
Det Sgt Bergerac: John Nettles
Charlie: Terence Alexander
Susan Young: Louise Jameson
Gill: Juliet Douglas
Bill Loman: Billy J Mitchell
Lucy Loman: Pat Starr
Ted Swinton: Kenneth Cope
Andy Swinton: Simon Talbot
Terry: Michael Arch
Brian: Chris Chandler
Dennis: Kelly George
Liz: Joanne Bell
Cheryl: Natalie Abbott
Ruth: Susan Penhaligon
Jacky: Joanne Mapp
Crozier: Sean Arnold
Ben Lomas: David Kershaw
Willy Pettit: John Telfer
Peggy: Nancy Mansfield
Bank manager: Peter Hughes

: Points of View

with Anne Robinson. Producer HELEN GARTELL

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Robinson.
Producer: Helen Gartell

: Nine O'Clock News

with Michael Buerk.
Regional News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Buerk.

: Around the World in 80 Days

4: A Close Shave
After eight days on a sailing dhow, a weak Michael Palin is pitchforked into big-city India. He's well behind his fictional rival Phileas Fogg , and must at all costs proceed apace. Bombay ... Poona ...
Madras - and then a juddering halt. There are only two ships sailing out of Madras. The first will not leave for at least three days. The second has no room for passengers. Undeterred, Michael persuades its
Yugoslav master to sign him on as a deckhand. But by the time Singapore is sighted, Michael is ten days behind Fogg, and his connection to
Hong Kong has just sailed ... Film cameraman NIGEL MEAKIN Film editor DAVID THOMAS
Series producer CLEM VALLANCE Director ROGER MILLS
●TRAVEL: page 96
●CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Palin
Unknown: Phileas Fogg
Unknown: Nigel Meakin
Producer: Clem Vallance
Director: Roger Mills

: Sportsnight

introduced by Steve Rider. European Football
Highlights from tonight's three UEFA competitions, including the European Cup meeting of Real Madrid and AC Milan.
Commentator: Barry Davies. The Story of the World Cup First of a seven-part series. Tonight's episode traces the origins of soccer's greatest competition through to the 1950 finals.
Reporter: John Motson. Rugby Union
How the Other Half Lives
Featuring Jonathan Davies , Rugby League's greatest capture from Rugby Union, and Robert Jones , still loyal to the amateur code. Nigel Starmer-Smith investigates the problems faced by the 15-man game in an era of increasing professional pressure.
Plus news of the CIS Indoor Bowls from Preston. Television presentation: Football TVE Spain
Rugby Union SHARON LENCE
Assistant editor NLALL SLOANE Producer VIVIEN KENT
Editor JOHN ROWLlNSON

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider.
Commentator: Barry Davies.
Reporter: John Motson.
Unknown: Jonathan Davies
Unknown: Robert Jones
Unknown: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Editor: Nlall Sloane
Producer: Vivien Kent
Editor: John Rowllnson

: Weather









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