Breakfast in the broom cupboard with Toby Anstis.
Classic story about the wooden puppet who longs to be a boy. This week, a drunken guard tells Pinocchio that Gepetto is now being held on Ice Mountain - will they ever be re-united?
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Animation and live action.
More adventures with 12-year-old Nick Martin and his mischievous cartoon creation, McGee. With Joseph Dammann as Nick.
Animated adventures with the boy who refuses to grow up, based onj M Barrie's original story. Today's adventure is a treasure hunt.
How will Mercator cope when his parents come to visit? Will his position as Commander survive a barrage of baby photos and questions about when he's going to settle down? Baby dinosaur Derek wants everyone to meet his special friend Jim Genie - the crew just think he's another imaginary friend. With David Claridge ,
Karl Collins , Lucinda Cowden , Frances Dodge , Stephen Hope -Wynne and Christopher Wild. Series director Claire Winyard
Series producer Billy Macqueen
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Introduced by Steve Rider in London and Desmond Lynam in Stuttgart.
12.10 Football Focus
4.40 Final Score
World Championships from
Stuttgart. The opening day of an event second only in importance to the Olympics. Linford Christie is among the first of the British athletes in action, starting his attempt to add the world 100m title to the Olympic gold he won so memorably in Barcelona; the first round takes place this morning. Also, action from the men's 400m heats where the likes of Michael Johnson , Butch Reynolds and Quincy Watts form a formidable American team. David Grindley , winner of the European Cup earlier in the season, leads the British challenge. The women's 400m also gets under way today. The first medals are decided in the women's 10km walk, one of the newer events on the programme. Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey ,
Paul Dickenson and Brendan Foster.
(Coverage continues on BBC2)
Weetabix Women's British
Open Championship from
Woburn. Coverage of the third round of the most valuable tournament in British women's golf. Hopes for a European victory are high after last autumn's Solheim Cup triumph, and the excellent form shown by players like Trish Johnson and Laura Davies on the American LPGA tour. Commentary Alex Hay , Beverley Lewis , Hazel Irvine.
2.00 St Hugh 's Stakes (5f)
3.00 IBN Bey Geoffrey Freer Stakes (1 m 5f61 yds)
3.30 Eurolink Silver Trophy Rated Stakes(7f)
Commentary by Julian Wilson , Jimmy Lindley and Jim McGrath.
Calor Gas British Horse Trials
Championship from Gatcombe. Coverage of this prestigious one-day competition.
Commentary by Michael Tucker and Lorna Clarke.
Bob Wilson returns to preview the opening day of the new FA Premier League season, with Terry Venables , the man most in the football headlines since the end of last season. Plus the full results in Final Score.
Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon
With Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Science-fiction adventure directed by Leonard Nimoy.
Starring William Shatner
It is the 23rd century: the battle-scarred starship Enterprise limps home, only surviving because of the late Captain Spock's self-sacrifice. However, while the Vulcan's body lies on the Genesis planet, a man-made Eden, his presence is still felt among the crew.
Against orders, Admiral Kirk decides to lead the search for Spock and bring him home. Leonard Nimoy also makes a brief appearance as Spock.
(1984) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
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Admiral James T Kirk:
Dr Bones McCoy:
Engineering Officer Scott:
Classic comedy about a miserly northern shopkeeper and his downtrodden assistant starring Ronnie Barker , David Jason Written by Roy Clarke.
Producer Sydney Lotterby
Nurse Gladys Emmanuel:
Comedy series starring
Pauline Quirke , Linda Robson Favour of the Month. Tracey's good deed backfires when she tries to help an ex-con called Desmond.
Episode written by Geoff Rowley Director/Producer Nic Phillips An Alomo production for BBCtv
Drama series set in a 1920s fashion house, starring Stella Gonet
Despite Jack and Alexander's strenuous efforts, Beatrice and Evie conclude that they must sell the House of Eliott.
Episode written by Evgeny Gridneff Producer Jeremy Gwilt Director Alister Hallum
Lady Elizabeth Montford:
Dame Caroline Troye:
With John Humphrys.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Continuing the re-run of the first series created by Jimmy Nail and Ian La Frenais and starring Jimmy Nail
Dance, Girl, Dance. Spender goes into the nightclub business to trap the sleazy but influential Palmer, whom Spender suspects of exploiting underage girl dancers. Stick gets the job of finding suitable premises.
Episode written by John Harvey Producer Martin McKeand Director Richard Standeven
Det Sgt Dan Boyd:
Top-class league action returns with the opening day of the FA Carling Premier League. Highlights from two of the afternoon's most prominent fixtures, plus all the goals, opinions and analysis from the remaining eight matches.
Introduced by Ray Stubbs , with former internationals Alan Hansen
and Trevor Brooking. Commentary by John Motson and Barry Davies.
Series producer John Shrewsbury Editor Brian Barwick
Ryan Giggs : following in the footsteps of the stars
Crime drama starring Michael Moriarty The New York police department faces one of its biggest scandals when an attractive girl is found shot in a drugs dealer's flat and a policeman is held for murder. This marked the film debut of Richard Gere.
Director Milton Katselas (1975)
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