Topical discussion, with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
Game show with Ross King.
VIEWERS QUIZ: see Wednesday
With Toby Anstis.
Today: the Playground Stop.
Presented by Anne Diamond and Nick Owen.
10.50 Room with a Viewer
11.00 News (Subtitled); weather
11.10 Most Romantic Couple
11.20 Library of Romance
11.30 Video Stars
11.35 Topical Phone-In
11.50 Rosemary Conley. ... Keep Fit
12.00 News (Subtitled); weather
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A special programme on the life and career of Max Bygraves. Presented by Judi Spiers.
12.55pm Regional News; Weather
With Philip Hayton. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles
A hi-tech word game presented by Don Maclean.
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Eddie, Nicole and Nick are making the transition from school to the outside world - but their prospects are poor. Rebelling proves an uphill battle. DirectorJane Oehr
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With Philippa Forrester.
First of a three-part Jackanory tale written by Jenny Nimmo , told by Sandi Toksvig. Delilah is a rather special grey cat.
Wrestlemania hits Hangar 17, with a surprise bout involving a wrestling star - but who will be his opponent? Comedy trio David Schneider ,
Debbie Woolley and Steve Rawlings return with cartoon fun, and three more performers battle it out in Comedy Cones. Mickey Hutton again takes charge of Taking the Mickey and there's more chart music. With Mark
Hayford, James Hamill and PaulLeyshon.
LETTERS: write to Hangar 17,
POBox 1700, London W127RJ
Kenny and Ruth's party will be one to remember.
This week's episodes by Chris Ellis (For cast list see Friday)
Jim is furious when Lucy does a bit of unauthorised swimming. Helen becomes the victim of a desperate con man.
(For cast see Wednesday. Snounat 1.30pm)
With Peter Sissons and Anna Ford.
Weather Ian McCaskill 37
This week's edition of the holiday magazine comes from EuroDisney where Jill Dando finds out whether the Disney experience works in Europe. Kathy Tayler discovers that youth hostelling can be a holiday for all the family, while Nicky Fox tries out winter watersports in the Red Sea resort of Eilat. Sue Cook challenges the Swiss transport system's renowned efficiency by visiting 11 locations in four days. And there are the final clues to the Radio Times/
Holiday competition - first prize in which is a trip for four to Australia. See pages 56 and 57 for some helpful extra clues and page 58 for your entry form. Producer Simon Shaw
Series producer Jane Lush
BBC HOLIDAY MAGAZINE: containing resort reports, news, advice and information, 1.40 from newsagents.
Ricky makes a last effort to save his marriage and Sam comes to a decision. Frank tries to help Pat face going to court and Rachel gets fed up with market life.
CFor cast see Thursday)
Stereo Subtitled 73
John Sullivan 's classic comedy starring Robert Lindsay
The Final Try. The tour of a multi-racial South African rugby team seems too good an opportunity for Wolfie Smith to miss in the furtherance of his anti-fascist ideals.
Producer Ray Butt
Chris Eubank , world super-middleweight champion, and Paul Parker , Manchester United and England defender, join Bill Beaumont 's team tonight, while Garry Schofield , captain of the Great Britain rugby league team, and golfer Jamie Spence , a leading contender for the European Ryder Cup team, line up with Ian Botham. David Coleman asks the questions as usual. Executive producer Mike Adley
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Drama series about a maverick
Geordie undercover cop.
Created by Ian La Frenais and Jimmy Nail , and starring Jimmy Nail
Best Friends. When Keith asks
Spender for a little practical help, neither of them is prepared for the personal tragedy that results. Stick makes an effort to expand his jewellery enterprise.
Episode written by Niall Leonard
Producers Peter McAleese. Paul Raphael Director Ian Knox
An Initial/Big Boy production for BBCtv
DC Terry Knowle:
The archival season of Omnibusfilms made since the arts series began 25 years ago, continues with this portrait of an extraordinary rock star.
Cracked Actor: David Bowie
"I am an actor, I play parts, fragments of myself." When this programme filmed
David Bowie in Hollywood in 1974, he was discarding the legendary character he had created in Ziggy Stardust - along with the elaborate costume and make-up which it involved - to assume a new and even more enigmatic persona. The documentary was directed by Alan Yentob , who is now Controller of BBC2.
Executive producer Mike Wooller
Tonight's Movie Classic is Howard
Hawks's version of Raymond Chandler 's thriller, starring Humphrey Bogart Lauren Bacall
When private eye
Philip Marlowe is summoned to the home of a bedridden millionaire, General
Sternwood, he is led into a labyrinth of blackmail, drugs and murder.
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Executive Business Club: scrambled transmission.