6.40 The Plough and the Hoe
7.05 Maths: Shrinking Polygons
More cartoon adventures with the puppet boy. Pinocchio heals a rift between the village doctor and rich Mr Stone.
The cartoon bear in a double bill.
There's No Other Way for pop group Blur to play, live in the studio this morning. On location,
Charlotte Hindle visits a holiday camp and finds out what it's like to be a Redcoat for the day. Meanwhile,
Dianne Oxberry and Ross King are in the studio talking to new Manchester band
Take That! who perform their latest single Do What U Like on video. There's a new comedy series So You Want to
Be ..., and more fun from Grandad and the Gravedale High monsters. Director Alan Yardley
Producer Julie Bradshaw
Animated fun with a flying bear.
An animated feature film. In a country barn five kittens are born. Four of them find homes immediately, but who would want a cat with no tail? Escaping a watery death, plucky Peter No-Tail finds himself a stowaway in a car bound for the big city. Gosta Knutsson 's Peter No-Tail stories have delighted Swedish children since the 1930s, and have been widely translated, selling over two million copies throughout the world. Directors Jan Gissberg and Stig Lasseby
English version directed by Michael Bakewell
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Introduced by Bob Wilson.
12.35 Motorcycling; 1.00 News
1.05 Motorcycling 1.25 Judo
1.55 Racing; 2.10 Motor racing
2.25 Racing; 2.35 Motor racing
3.05 Racing; 3.15 Show jumping
Leeds. Including Adrian Moorhouse and Nick Gillingham who will be defending their European titles later this month.
Commentary by Hamilton Bland and Andy Jameson.
Silk Cut Speed Derby from Hickstead. One round against the clock. With Raymond Brooks -
Ward and Stephen Hadley.
World Championships from Barcelona. Sharon Rendle and Karen Briggs defend their titles.
Commentary by Jim Neilly.
2.00 Vodapage Maiden Stakes (61)
2.30 Racal Chesterfield Cup (Handicap. 1¼m)
3.10 Vodafone Nassau Stakes (1 Vim).
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
Esso British Touring Car Championship. Rounds seven and eight from Silverstone and Donington. Commentary by Murray Walker.
Fourth round of the ACU Shell Supercup British Championship from Cadwell Park.
Swimming TV presentation Alastair Scott
Producer Martin Hopkins
50's Toons. Tony Robinson takes a look at the cartoons of the era that gave the world rock 'n' roll music.
Producer Nick Jones
The Deal. Another challenge for the Australian flying medics when an outback governess suffers a severe asthma attack and her son makes a pact with God to ensure her recovery.
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Dr Geoff Standish:
Dr Chris Randall:
A six-part off-the-wall comedy series written by Michael Aitkens , starring James Grout
3: Daisy, still determined to become an actress, finds it harder than Henry to reach the dizzy heights.
Director Sue Longstaff Producer Susan Belbin
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Starring Peter Falk
When flamboyant television detective Ward Fowler kills his ex-lover, it looks just like a plot from his weekly show - a perfect murder with a perfect alibi. But he has reckoned without the tenacious mind of the crumpled Lt Columbo. Boldly going into the famous detective's trap this week is William Shatner - Captain Kirk of Star Trek.
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A classic episode in this comedy of errors featuring one of life's pessimists, starring Richard Wilson, Annette Crosbie.
Victor is spending a sleepless night, but has no intention of being miserable alone. As usual, it is Margaret who suffers.
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
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Remembrance. Jimmy's girlfriend lands him in trouble with Duffy and Charlie. While Dr Chapman's efforts to save an elderly woman's life are not appreciated by her relatives.
Episode written by Robin Mukherjee Producer Peter Norris
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Man at allotment:
First showing on network television for this comedy thriller starring Ed Begley Jr
When the CIA detects a plot to assassinate the president, ace agent Freddie Fallon gets the assignment of his life. In a dramatic series of chases across New York, Freddie pursues the would-be assassin in several confusing guises. Is it Sonia, the tantalisingly beautiful Brazilian bombshell, or the ruggedly handsome
Gunther? Time is dangerously close to running out, and neither of the suspects are anywhere to be found.
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David Bowie provides the music in the last in the present series featuring the very best in British and American music and comedy. Also appearing tonight are comedians John Hegley , Caroline Aherne ,
Victor and Barry, Jim Tavare , Dana Gould and Norman
Macdonald. With resident funnyman Tommy Cockles. Presented by comedy duo Curtis and Ishmael.
Series producers Juliet Blake and Trevor Hopkins
An English Channel production for BBCtv
Hammer horror starring Oliver Reed
A tale of the supernatural set in 18th-century Spain. Young Leon, the offspring of a mad prisoner and a mute servant girl, is brought up by a kind-hearted professor and his wife. But Leon becomes more animal-like with every full moon, until finally his true nature is revealed. The portrayal of Spain caused the film to be banned there for 15 years.
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