With Nicholas Witchell and Laurie Mayer.
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The Playbus stops today at The Dot Stop
Who's afraid of the big, bad wolf? Not the three pigs or Dot or Dash. (R)
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Dump-Pea over-eats at Tea-Pea's Cafe and when he tries to leave he cannot fit through the door. (R)
With Eileen Atkins.
Eamonn Holmes and Jayne Irving are in the studio while roving Roy Sheppard reports live from the London Boat
Show. There's also the regular feature, A Day in the Life. Producer ALISON MORSE
With Alan Titchmarsh and Judi Spiers.
Sue Kreitzman returns with more calorie conscious advice in Slim Cuisine.
With Martyn Lewis.
Weather John Kettley
Sharon tries to teach
Mrs Mangel a lesson in humility. (Cast page 28. Repeated at 5.35pm)
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Hosted by Henry Kelly.
To Sing His Praise
Joshua's funeral becomes an emotional battleground.
Written by LYNN LATHAM
Directed by DAVID PAULSEN
Hosted by David Jacobs with Miriam O'Callaghan and Sheila McClennon. Producers ANTHONY CHERRY and MIRIAM O'CALLAGHAN
Snowbody Loves Me and Puss 'n' Boats
Introduced by Andy Crane and starting with:
Dooby Duck's Disco Bus
Starring Dooby Duck. Music and dance from 10, Downing Street with Mrs Hatcher and the Cabinettes.
Rupert and the Secret Boat Based on the stories by Alfred Bestall.
Rupert and the Secret Boat Storyteller: Ray Brooks. (R)
By Andy Walker and Geoff Atkinson. Starring Michael Barrymore with 2: Decorating
'What shall I do today? I know, I'll decorate the bathroom.' Director NIGEL DOUGLAS Producer JUDY WHITFIELD
New adventures with the magical bear.
By Allan Ahlberg.
Told by Victoria Wood with Martin Jarvis.
Today: A Kiss
The Incredible Shrinking Turtle
In the first of a four-part story, the amazing amphibians search for the segments of the crystal Eye of Samoth.
Britain's top news show for children.
2: Twelve-year-old Sir Gerald Tremaine starts his new life as a baronet in Cornwall.
Original novel by CECILIA ANNE JONES Adapted by DAVID BENEDICTUS
Music composed and conducted by IAN HUGHES
Photography JOHN ELSE
Designer HUMPHREY JAEGER Producer RICHARD CALLANAN Director ANDREW MORGAN
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With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Join Terry and his guests direct from Television Centre.
With John Humphrys.
More and more children are being used in advertising and hope to go on to a career on the stage. Why do their parents encourage it?
Do they think it's good for their offspring or is it just to please themselves?
Bill Hanrahan faces this dilemma with parents who win fame and fortune for their little ones and those who just live in hope.
Producer CARRIE THOMAS Editor ANNE TYERMAN
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Cry me a River of Oil As JR takes desperate measures to ensure his supplies of oil, Cally discovers one secret too many about his womanising past. Tommy proves how dangerous an obsession can be.
Executive producers LEONARD KATZMAN and LARRY HAGMAN
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With Martyn Lewis.
Regional News; Weather
Alun's brother died of it at 34; so did his sister; Alun is past his 34th birthday and as he says, living on borrowed time. FA is Friedreich's Ataxia; sweet says Alun Jones , because of the diabetes he suffers along with it. Sweet FA is the title of his autobiography; but it could be his comment on government spending on research into this progressively crippling, inherited disease. Not that
Alun or his family complain. They do all they can to raise money to support the research project trying to discover the faulty gene which causes this cruel disease and find a cure. But should this kind of research be made to depend on the fund-raising efforts of sufferers and their families? Series editor DAVID FILKIN Producer KISANE PRICE
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A triple-bill of sporting action, introduced by Steve Rider. Football
The best of tonight's FA Cup Third Round replays. Plus a comprehensive results service. Commentator: John Motson. Boxing
From the Royal Albert Hall , London.
Champion Kirkland Laing takes on Luis Santana of Las Vegas, ranked nine in the world. Tonight's bill also features the WBC Light
Middleweight Champion John 'The Beast' Mugabi.
Commentator Harry Carpenter. Darts
The first two quarter-finals are played tonight, with Eric Bristow and holder
Jocky Wilson hoping to go through. Commentators:
Tony Green and Sid Waddell. Television presentation:
Football JOHN SHREWSBURY Boxing BOB DUNOAN
Producer VIVIEN KENT Editor JOHN ROWLINSON