Topical studio discussion.
Quiz with Ross King.
VIEWERS' QUIZ: phone your entry on 0[number removed](calls cost 36p per minute cheap rate, 48p at all other times).
With Toby Anstis.
Today: the Playground Stop.
10.50 Room with a Viewer
11.00 News (Subtitled); weather
11.10 Most Romantic Couple
11.25 Library of Romance
11.30 Video Stars
11.35 Rosemary Conley....Keep Fit
11.45 Topical Phone-In
12.00 News (Subtitled); weather
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Smashing, super, fantastic. Judi Spiers hits the Bullseye with her special guest, comedian and quizmaster Jim Bowen.
With Philip Hayton. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
Comedian Don Maclean presents a new style of word game which demands speed of mind and hand. Contestants must not only know the answer, but also be first to press the initial letter on a computer keyboard.
VIEWERS' QUIZ: you could win 100 by phoning [number removed] with the correct answer to a special question (calls cost 55p maximum).
Classic Oscar Wilde comedy, starring Michael Redgrave, Michael Denison, Edith Evans
Two wealthy bachelors pretend to be called "Ernest" in order to court Gwendolen and Cecily. But events take a confused turn when both girls fall for "Ernest"s charms.
SEE FILMS pages 35-40
Mr Jack Worthing:
Mr Algernon Moncrief:
Miss Cecily Cardew:
Miss Gwendolen Fairfax:
Rev Doctor Chasuble:
With Andi Peters.
Rik Mayall reads the second part of the Jackanory story.
Tim runs over Miss Neale's cat.
Twenty-part children's drama set in a comprehensive school.
Dennis is convinced this is the end of Grange Hill. Fran and Maria's plan is doomed, Mrs Monroe is asteroided and Mr
Hankin gets something unexpected.
Written by Alison Fisher
(For cast list see Friday at 5.05pm)
Faye is sent packing by the Willises; and Lou and Guy reach an understanding.
Peter Sissons and Anna Ford.
Weather Penny Tranter
The holiday magazine sets off on this year's travels with Jill Dando presenting each programme from a different destination.
Her first stop is Florida where she contrasts South Miami
Beach, reborn as an art deco paradise, with Captiva Island, a luxurious resort on the Gulf Coast. And Eamonn Holmes reports from Marbella on its efforts to lure back tourists, and Gloria Hunniford is in Northumberland where she tried a British winter break at the Banqueting House, one of Landmark Trust's often unusual and sometimes eccentric properties around Britain. Producer Simon Shaw
Series producer Jane Lush
Tricky Dicky takes on Ian. Pete sees a face from the past and Steve gives Hattie an answer. Episode written by Jeff Povey (For cast see Thursday)
John Sullivan 's classic comedy starring Robert Lindsay
The Party's Over. Wolfie treats the local pub customers to his latest revolutionary compositions.
Director Ray Butt
Producer Dennis Main Wilson
Sir Geoffrey Haydon:
On Bill Beaumont 's team this week, England cricket captain Graham Gooch and Britain's No 1 ladies' tennis star, Jo Durie. And with Ian Botham, former snooker world champion Steve Davis and Arsenal and England footballer, Paul Merson. David Coleman puts the questions.
Executive producer Mike Adley
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Penny Tranter
Hard-hitting drama series about a maverick Geordie undercover cop, who tends to bend the law in order to uphold it. Created by Ian La Frenais and Jimmy Nail , and starring Jimmy Nail The More Things Change Spender takes unorthodox action when he witnesses an indiscriminate attack on a woman in a Newcastle park.
Meanwhile Frances, Spender's ex-wife, has a surprise announcement.
Episode written by Jimmy Nail Producer Paul Raphael Director Ian Knox
An Initial/Big Boy production for BBCtv
Det Sgt Dan Boyd:
Det Chief Supt Gillespie:
Man from the Dene:
Kevin Costner talks to Barry Norman about his early years and his present status as a Hollywood "player". In recent years and with only a few appearances, the award-winning actor and director has taken over as one of the most powerful people in Hollywood. Dances with Wolves proved that his vision of a three-hour-plus western with subtitles could be a commercial success; Robin Hood - Prince of Thieves went on to achieve tremendous popularity; and his latest film The Bodyguard opened last week.
Producer Bruce Thompson
Tonight's film in the Movie Classic season is
John Sturges 's version of the legendary wild west shoot-out starring Burt Lancaster
Kirk Douglas US Marshal Wyatt Earp tries to keep the peace in the lawless west of the 1870s. His chief adversary is the Clanton gang, but he also finds himself up against Doc Holliday , a dentist turned gambler, with a dim regard for the law.
• SEE FILMS pages 35-40
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