Starting with 6.30-6.55 Business Breakfast
News every quarter hour.
Robert Kilroy-Silk presents his topical studio discussion.
Quiz with Ross King. ● STEREO
● VIEWERS' QUIZ: see Monday
and Regional News; Weather
With Toby Anstis. STEREO
Today: the Playground Stop. ● STEREO
Including the opening of today's window on the Good Morning Advent Calendar.
10.40 Room with a Viewer
11.00 News (Txt) and weather
11.10 Library of Romance
11.35 Advice Phone-in
11.50 Mother Love
12.00 News (Txt) and weather ● STEREO
HOTLINE: see Fnday
With Alan Titchmarsh.
With Philip Hayton.
Weather Rob McElwee
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Quiz hosted by Henry Kelly. ● STEREO
Dramatic adaptation of a Joseph Conrad novel, starring Ralph Richardson Trevor Howard
Discredited in a Far Eastern port, Peter Willems is given a fresh opportunity.
Director Carol Reed ● FILMS: pages 55-62
With Andi Peters.
The series that looks at top children's picture books.
Vicky Licorish tells Amazing Grace by Mary Hoffman and Caroline Binch , and Bill Wallis sings Ten Mighty Moggies by Peter Haswell.
Science-fiction comedy series. Disaster strikes the Dispensable in the war-zone.
Captain KPubble ..... LINDEN KIRK Mona ..... ANN BRYSON
Dogsbody ROBIN KINGSLAND No2. BERNARD WRIGHT
Supreme Commander .. RICHARD ROBINSON Episode written by Christopher Middleton ● STEREO
A series about the world of design and how to appreciate it. Today: the attraction of early comic first editions and a look at
Eureka, a new museum for children in Halifax. Plus the results of the Artifax Top Ten Jeans survey. Presented by Margot Wilson , Adrian Rose and Helen Fort , with Kenneth Connor and Shane Richie.
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Drama series for children.
Debbie gets the cold shoulder on her return to the Grove.
Episodes written by Matthew Graham A Zenith North production for BBCtv (For cast see Friday at 5.05pm)
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Paul tells Caroline he plans more staff cuts at Lassiters.
Toby saves a kitten's life.
Brenda organises a "ladies' night" at the Waterhole. (For cast see Wednesday. Shown at 1.30pm)
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With Peter Sissons and Anna Ford.
Weather Bernard Davey
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Noel Edmonds referees the final battle for this year's telly-addicted families when the Paynes from Hull take on the Wilsons from Mansfield for the title "Telly Addicts 1992". Director Graham Wetherell
Producer Richard L Lewis ● STEREO
Albert Square is making plans for Christmas. Hattie invites
Steve to spend the holiday with her family and Mark starts looking for somewhere new to live. Ian makes Cindy an offer she can't refuse and Pat has a run-in with Father Christmas.
Episode written by Matthew Graham (For cast see Thursday)
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John Sullivan 's classic comedy starring Robert Lindsay
We Shall Not Be Moved. Dad tries to evict Wolfie and Ken from their pad.
Director Ray Butt
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Bill Beaumont and Ian Botham captain two teams of sporting celebrities answering questions put to them by David Coleman. Executive producer Mike Adley
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With Martyn Lewis. Regional News
Weather Bernard Davey
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First of two compilations from the recent Canned Carrott series. Tonight Jasper Carrott reviews the world of dangerous sports, looks at a day in the life of a Subbuteo footballer and visits the vasectomy clinic for the unkindest cut of all. With
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis , Robert Powell ,
Josephine Buchan , Brian Croucher , Colin Jeavons , Raymond Mason and George Sewell.
The Detectives, a spin-off series starring Jasper Carrott and Robert Powell , starts next month. Producer Ed Bye
Executive producer Paul Smith A Celador production for BBCtv
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King's College Choir
An intimate portrait of the King's College Choir, best known and loved for its festival of nine lessons and carols at
Christmas. Founded in 1451, by King Henry VI, the choir's main purpose is to provide a daily service of evensong and to perform the repertoire of great cathedral music.
This world famous choir is made up of undergraduate choral scholars from
Cambridge University and young choristers who attend King's College School.
Omnibus talks to the choristers about their fears and aspirations and watches them at rehearsal, at play and in performance.
It's a constantly changing world. At the end of the summer, some of the choristers leave at around the age when their voices break and lose the magic of the boy treble. In the autumn, there is a fresh intake of youngsters, and of course, the build up to the renowned carol service.
Also taking part in the programme are Stephen Cleobury , the Director of Music, the school's headmaster Gerald Peacocke and composer, Judith Weir. ProducerJill Evans
Series editor Andrew Snell
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Tonight's Movie Classic is
John Schlesinger 's modern tale about an odd couple starring Dustin Hoffman
Joe Buck is as naive as he is blue-eyed and handsome. When he arrives in a garish New York he thinks he'll find sex, adventure and money. What the "cowboy" finds in alien territory is just one friend -
Ratso Rizzo. They strike up one of the most unusual partnerships in screen history. Intermittently sad, funny, brutal and always gripping, it features memorable performances from Hoffman and Voight and won three Oscars - for best picture, director and screenplay.
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