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: Morning Surgery

Including advice to young people about drug abuse and the treatment of sinusitis.

: Pop Goes Summer

Ross King introduces Mike Oldfield , the man behind the 70s hit Tubular Bells.
COMPETITION LINE: see Tuesday

Contributors

Introduces: Ross King
Unknown: Mike Oldfield

: Whatever Happened to...?

Keep-fit expert Eileen Fowler and Don Estelle from It Ain't
HalfHotMum.

Contributors

Unknown: Eileen Fowler
Unknown: Don Estelle

: News

Subtitled
Regional News; Weather

: Playdays

With Zoe Ball.
The Tent Stop.

Contributors

Unknown: Zoe Ball.

: Rupert

Cartoon adventures.

: A Summer Good Morning

Today: Toyah Willcox in a catamaran.

Contributors

Unknown: Toyah Willcox

: News

Subtitled
Regional News; Weather

: High Chaparral

Blue fails to thwart a robbery.

: Holiday Outings

A look at the Greek island of Rhodes.

: News

Subtitled
Regional News; Weather

: King of the Road Revisited

Ross King looks back on his tour of the British Isles and some of the famous faces he met. With Anna Walker.

Contributors

Unknown: Ross King
Unknown: Anna Walker.

: Pebble Mill Encore

Judi Spiers visits Los Angeles.

Contributors

Unknown: Judi Spiers

: One O'Clock News

With Edward Stourton.
Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Stourton.
Unknown: Ian McCaskill

: Neighbours

(For details see 5.35pm;

: Going for Gold

Quiz with Henry Kelly.

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Kelly.

: The Flying Doctors

Jenny Mclntyre loses the will to walk after a riding accident.

Contributors

Unknown: Jenny McLntyre

: The Way of the Lakes

In the last programme in the series, Tony Warburton looks at stately homes in the Lake
District National Park.

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Warburton

: The Little Green Planet Show

With Toby Anstis.
First in a six-part puppet series about creatures from the Planet Zeus. This week the telenauts find out about levers.

Contributors

Unknown: Toby Anstis.

: Babar

Animation.

: All About Us

Familiar faces from Going Live! Presented by Sarah Greene.

Contributors

Presented By: Sarah Greene.

: Newsround

: Archer's Goon

In the last of the series Howard finds his way into the future.

Contributors

Howard: Jamie Decourcey
Awful: Angela Forry
Quentin: Roger Lloyd Pack
Catriona: Susan Jameson
Goon: Morgan Jones
Shim: Annette Badland
Archer: Thomas Lockyer
Awful (grown up): Rachel Gibson

: Neighbours

Brad puts his relationship with Beth on the line. Doug is tempted to be unfaithful to
Pam. Philip and Julie decide on Michael's future. Phoebe astounds Cathy with her ideas on childbirth.

: Six O'Clock News

With Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart.
Subtitled
Weather John Kettley

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Sissons
Unknown: Moira Stuart.
Unknown: John Kettley

: Every Second Counts

Paul Daniels hosts another edition of the quickfire quiz show. Time is of the essence for the three couples who are competing against each other to accumulate precious seconds, which they then use when they play against the clock for major prizes. Director Babara Jones Producer Stanley Appet

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Daniels
Director: Babara Jones

: Tomorrow's World

The series which reports on the biggest
_ breakthroughs, the newest inventions and the latest scientific research returns for a new season.
This first programme includes a story about an airliner that keeps catching fire - it's used for training firefighters and cleverly constructed to be reusable. And there's the strange tale of how Vietnam is funding scientific research with the help of a French aperitif.
The highest grades of anisette liqueur get their flavour from the fruit of the star anise, a rare tree that grows only in the mountains on the border of China and Vietnam, generating funds for the National Centre for Scientific Research and bringing in an extra source of income to the local people. With Howard Stableford,
Judith Hann , Carmen Pryce and Kate Bellingham. Producer Jack Weber
Editor Dana Purvis
INFORMATION LINE: 0[number removed](calls cost 36p perminute cheap rate, 48p per minute at all other times).

Contributors

Unknown: Judith Hann
Unknown: Carmen Pryce
Unknown: Kate Bellingham.
Producer: Jack Weber
Editor: Dana Purvis

: Bruce Forsyth's Generation Game

New games, new plays, new dances - and new frocks - are all in store with the return of the game show for the whole family. This week couples from the West Midlands, Essex,
Tyne and Wear and Yorkshire compete to see who goes for the conveyor belt and its host of goodies - including the cuddly toy. With Rosemarie Ford. Director Bill Morton
Producer David Taylor
CONTESTANTS: if you would like to compete in the Generation Game, send an sae to [address removed], or telephone direct on [number removed].

Contributors

Unknown: Rosemarie Ford.
Director: Bill Morton
Producer: David Taylor

: Nine O'Clock News

With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Regional News
Weekend Weather
John Kettley

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis.

: Bird on a Wire

Comedy action thriller starring
Mel Gibson
Goldie Hawn
Supposedly dead for 15 years, Rick Jarmin is the last person his former fiancee
Marianne Graves expects to see in Detroit. Then two mystery men try to kill him, and Marianne finds herself caught up in a desperate chase while trying to work out what Rick has done to warrant being wanted by the police, the FBI and a hairdresser named Raun.
Director John Badham (1990)
SEE FILMS pages 41-46

Contributors

Unknown: Mel Gibson
Unknown: Rick Jarmin
Unknown: Marianne Graves
Director: John Badham
Rick jarmin: Mel Gibson
Marianne Graves: Goldie Hawn
Eugene Sorensm: David Carradine
Albert Diggs: Bill Duke
Joe Weyburn: Stephen Tobolowsky
Rachel Varney: Joan Severance
Marvin: Harry Caesar
Lou Baird: Jeff Corey
Raun: Alex Bruhanski
Jamie: John Pyper-Ferguson
Mr Takawaki: Clyde Kusatu
Paul Bernard: Jackson Davies
Molly Baird: Florence Paterson
Paul: Tim Healy
Scottie: Wes Tritter
Lossen: Lossen Chambers

: Dr Terror's Vault of Horror

The horrific Dr Terror introduces the first of a series of chilling horror double bills, tonight's offerings featuring two of the weirdest of women.
Vamp
Starring
Grace Jones
Three college kids, hoping to find a stripper, stumble across the erotic dancer Katrina. But she is not quite what they expected and they find themselves the victims of her supernatural blood-lust. With
Dedee Pfeiffer , sister of Michelle.
Director Richard Wenk (1986) Subtitled
And at 12.50am Mask of Satan r Starring
Barbara Steele
A drop of blood accidentally awakens a witch from the 17th century who is hell-bent on revenge.
Director Mario Bava (196 1)
SEE FILMS pages 41-46

Contributors

Unknown: Dedee Pfeiffer
Director: Richard Wenk
Unknown: Barbara Steele
Director: Mario Bava
Katrina: Grace Jones
Keith: Chris Makepeace
AJ: Robert Rusler
Vk: Sandy Baron
Amaretto: Dedee Pfeiffer
Duncan: Gedde Watanabe
Snow: Billy Drago
Vlad: Brad Logan
Katia: Barbara Steele
Asa: Barbara Steele
Andrej: John Richardson
Prince Vajda: Ivo Garrani
Dr Kruvajan: Andrea Checchi
Jarutich: Aruro Dominici

: Weather









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