Robert Kilroy-Silk presents his topical studio discussion.
Ross King 's guest is soap actor of the year, Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale in EastEnders).
VIEWERS' QUIZ: see Tuesday
With Toby Anstis.
Today: the Dot Stop.
Daily magazine presented by Anne Diamond and Nick Owen.
10.50 Green Giants with Toyah Willcox
11.00 News (Subtitled); weather
11.10 Secret Life of Women
11.25 Library of Romance
11.30 Video Stars
11.45 Agony Aunt Phone-in with Claire Rayner
12.00 News (Subtitled); weather
HOTLINE: see Friday
Val Doonican is Judi Spiers's guest on today's programme.
With Philip Hayton. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
Classic police series, starring Jack Lord
The Burning Ice.
Dr Alex Southmore discovers he has become a suspect in the murder of his wife. With guest star
Roy Castle and Maggie Philbin return with a report from John Pitman on intimacy in later life. Plus latest developments in the treatment of arthritis.
With Andi Peters.
Animated country tales in which Buzzy Bee discovers the mysteries of nature.
Imaginative recycling ideas with Caitlin Easterby
and Simon Pascoe.
Rik Mayall reads the final part of the story for Jackanory.
A 13-part animation of Colin Dann 's classic stories about developers who drive the animals of Farthing Wood from their homes. With the voice of Ron Moody.
First of a six-part period drama series for children by Helen Cresswell , after the novels by E Nesbit.
Four strange children arrive at the White House.
Paul finds a way of getting some quick money and an even quicker way of losing it. Pressure is put on Glen to drop the lawsuit against Paul. Lucy and Beth play a prank on the boys.
Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft
Drew has severe stomach pains and Gwen fears the worst.
Terry discovers that Marcus has a very short fuse - why does he look so pleased?
Episode written by Juliet Ace (For castsee Monday.
Repeated on Friday at 1. 50pm)
What's new in science, technology and medicine.
Some scientists believe that the dinosaurs were wiped out by a giant meteorite hitting the earth. Could the same thing happen again - to us? And how would we defend ourselves?
One plan is for a nuclear weapon 10,000 times more powerful than anything we've had before. On a more cheerful note, the programme takes a look at how science is now turning its attention to one of the great mysteries of wine-making - how to make champagne bubbles last longer. With Judith Hann , Howard
Stableford, Kate Bellingham and Carmen Pryce. Producer Jack Weber Editor Dana Purvis
INFORMATION LINE: 0[number removed](calls are charged at 36p per minute cheap rate, 48p at all other times).
Ernie Wise introduces highlights from some of the much-loved comedy double act's Christmas shows, which were broadcast on BBCtv from 1968 to 1978. It was a tradition that each show featured guest stars who would drop by - usually to perform in one of the plays what Ernie wrote - and frequently become the butt of the duo's jokes. Risking their reputation in the clips shown tonight are: Michael Aspel, Richard Baker, Shirley Bassey, Frank Bough, Ian Carmichael, Robert Dougall, Fenella Fielding, Glenda Jackson, Philip Jenkinson, Jack Jones, Penelope Keith, Cliff Michelmore, Patrick Moore, Marian Montgomery, Barry Norman, Michael Parkinson, Andre Previn, Eric Porter, Angela Rippon, Eddie Waring, Richard Whitmore, Peter Woods.
Presented by Robin Nash.
Producers John Ammonds, Ernest Maxin
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft
In this eight-part series Clive James uses archive material and his own distinctive commentary to examine the nature of fame.
The phenomenon of being famous has changed radically in the 20th century as the growth of the mass media has shaped the public's perception of who is a celebrity and why. Tracing the development of fame through the century, James highlights key figures who emerged in many different walks of life. Among those featured in this first programme are Elvis Presley , Madonna, the Princess of Wales, Charlie Chaplin ,
Lawrence of Arabia,
Greta Garbo and Rudolph Valentino. Executive producer Richard Drewett Series producer Beatrice Ballard
The Clive James interview on the fame game SEE FEATURE page 30
Drama about a flamboyant and eccentric piano teacher, starring
Shirley MacLaine Peggy Ashcroft
Twiggy Madame Sousatzka teaches
"not only how to play, but how to live". When 14-year-old
Manek comes for lessons, his cultural education begins and he is forced to balance the needs of his mother with the aspirations of Madame.
Director John Schiesinger ● SEE FILMS pages 35-40
Accountancy Television: scrambled transmission
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