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Comedy Show New adventures from Bedrock.
Introduced by Simon Parkin - starting with
The Why Bird Stop
The letter of the day is 'o'. You can read some signs with Why.
Story: Oswald T. Octopus by Geoff Motley.
Music RICHARD BROWN Producer
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Sporty-Ness and the Highland Games (R)
With Oscar James.
Weather followed by Open Air
Music on television with Janet Street-Porter , the BBC's Head of Youth
Programmes, and Pete Waterman , the man behind Kylie Minogue.
Are you obsessed with a television star? Open Air talks to people who are. Producer PAULA TRAFFORD
Weather followed by Daytime Live With Sue Cook and Andy Craig.
The lunchtime magazine live from Pebble Mill. Including the latest from people's reporter Tina Baker. Editor SIMON SHAW
Series producer PAMELA CREED
With Philip Hayton.
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Jane finds out about
Bronwyn and Mike. The ice-cream eating competition doesn't suit Des at all.
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Henry Kelly introduces seven new European contestants to compete for the title of European Quiz Champion and the trip of a lifetime to the island of Mauritius. This week's contestants come from Northern Ireland,
England, Wales, Belgium,
Spain, Sweden and Norway. C Repeated tomorrow at 10.00am)
Oaks Ironside masquerades as an eccentric senior citizen to investigate a convalescent home with an exceptionally high death rate.
Written by MICHAEL FISHER
Directed by ROBERT CLOUSE (R)
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Stormseal United Kingdom Championship
From the Guild Hall, Preston. Today's best-of-17-frame matches should contain some household names - Tony Knowles , Terry Griffiths , Dennis Taylor - and possibly the Thai newcomer James Wattana. Introduced by David Vine. Commentators: Ted Lowe
Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton.
Introduced by Andy Crane - starting with
Barney: Barney's Big Spring Clean
Barney and Roger call Cornelia in to help with their big spring clean. The outcome is not to Cornelia's liking, but Roger is happy. With the voices of Tim Brooke-Taylor Harry Enfield Jan Ravens and Enn Reitel.
Directed by BOB BALSER
Produced by JOHN COATES (R)
With Lindsey Coulson and Bill Wallis as Boz.
Lindsey and Boz find 'The Middle of London' and watch them 'Changing the Guard at Buckingham Palace'.
Illustrations by E.H. SHEPARD
Production manager TOM HOOD Director NEL ROMANO
When FX creates a fire-breathing dragon, Max and the gang are forced to travel back to medieval times to find him a permanent home.
Based on Allan Ahlberg 's books, dramatised by Vicky Ireland .
Master Bun the Baker's Boy (1) Bertie Bun is browned off with bread and bored with baking. He'd rather be a butcher's boy or a barber's boy. In fact anything but a baker's boy.
Music by RICHARD ATTREE
BBC Radiophonic workshop
Make-up design SHAUNNA HARRISON Costume design DEE ROBSON
Associate producer LYNN HORSFORD Executive producer ANGELA BEECHING
Director ROGER SINGLETON-TURNER (Part 2 tomorrow)
BraveStarr is the galaxy's toughest, fastest and bravest marshal. And it's a good thing - because New Texas is the galaxy's roughest planet!
With Caron Keating , Yvette Fielding and John Leslie. Producers OLIVER MACFARLANE and ANDREW WHITMAN
Bertie Bun the baker's boy:
Mr Bun the baker:
Mrs Bun the baker:
Grandpa Biscuit/Mr Brush:
Mr Grim/Growler the bulldog:
With Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart.
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With Noel Edmonds
It's nail-biting, it's gripping, it's semi-final time.
The Telly Addicts families have been glued to their TVs in readiness for tonight's test - but what have they been watching? Will an encyclopaedic knowledge of Postman Pat stand them in good stead?
First in a four-part series. In-Flight Movie
Another chance to experience life as a flying bird. Winner of four international awards, this film pioneered many of the techniques that were used in the series Supersense. Did you know that short-winged ducks are among the fastest birds and swifts are among the slowest; that woodland birds need short wings and small birds take rests as they fly; or even that migrating birds can fly at an altitude of 35,000ft?
Fly in the clouds with a flock of geese, look over the shoulder of a soaring buzzard or hedge hop with a speeding starling, and discover just how a bird's design is shaped to the life it leads - in flight. Film editor CHARLES ALDRIDGE Written and produced by JOHN DOWNER BBC Bristol (R)
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Martyn Lewis with the latest news and comment from Britain and around the world. Regional News Weather
What Future for Thatcherism?
The Prime Minister, the Rt Hon Margaret Thatcher , mp, in an interview with David Dimbleby.
With the shock waves of the recent political crisis still reverberating through the Government, is
Mrs Thatcher 's famous conviction and single-mindedness now more of a liability than an asset to the Tories? How does she intend to reunite her party and recover from her current unpopularity to win a fourth election victory?
And, as the Prime Minister prepares for the forthcoming EEC summit, what will her response be to the momentous events now reshaping eastern Europe? How far does Britain risk being isolated from influence on the most dramatic political changes since 1945? Mrs Thatcher answers her critics and talks from
Downing Street to Panorama. Producer GLENWYN BENSON Editor TIM GARDAM
When Harry Met Sally has been the surprise summer hit in America. Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal play friends who try to avoid letting sex get in the way of their relationship.
Ghostbusters II reunites the original team of Bill Murray , Dan Aykroyd ,
Sigourney Weaver and Rick Moranis for more supernatural mayhem. Widescreen films are made for showing on the big screen in the cinema. What happens when the film is eventually shown on television?
Sir David Lean explains the restrictions of viewing films in less than perfect conditions. Director CAIUS JULYAN
Producer BRUCE THOMPSON
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Stormseal United Kingdom Championship
From the Guild Hall, Preston. The concluding frames of the two games which could feature two past world champions: Terry Griffiths and Dennis Taylor.
Introduced by David Vine. Commentators:
Ted Lowe , Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton.
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