Pebble Mill's Alan Titchmarsh goes on a carriage ride in the countryside around Alton.
After a turbulent parliamentary year, the Conservative Party Conference begins with a debate on transport.
With Zoe Ball.
The Playground Stop.
The morning session ends with a speech by the Party Chairman Norman Fowler.
Including at 11.00 and 12.00 News Subtitled
Regional News; Weather
12.55 Regional News; Weather
Quiz with Henry Kelly.
Adventure set in the 18th century starring Alan Ladd, James Mason
Unjustly convicted as a highwayman, American medical student Hugh Tallant is sentenced to exile on the British penal colony at Botany Bay. He finds himself on board The Charlotte, at the mercy of her brutal captain. (1952)
Capt Paul Gilbert:
With Toby Anstis.
Tales of the Tooth Fairies
Presenter (Children's BBC):
The Dispensablehas to make a secret rendezvous to escape the space pirates. Stereo
The Tracy Brothers explore Britain's music scene. This week: East Anglia. withl5guitars. Stereo
Kenny is taking to the idea of a video recorder.
This week'sepisodes written by Chris Ellis
Rick is in hot water when his latest scam against Mr Knotts backfires. Julie thinks the worst of Rick and Debbie.
(For cast see Wednesday. Shown at 1.30pm)
With Peter Sissons and Anna Ford. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft
The return of the programme that recognises outstanding acts of courage and kindness. Esther Rantzen and Mike Smith will be using all kinds of ruses to lure the unsuspecting winners to the studio to collect their awards.
Blue Peter's John Leslie and BBC newsman Martin Bell join in with the surprises and celebrations. Also each week, the Good Samaritan survey discovers if the public at large, when put to the test, will help out or walk away. Director Stuart McDonald
Series producer Richard Woolfe
SEE THtS WEEK page 8
There's a shock in store for
Pauline when she overhears some gossip.
(For cast see Thursday)
Series following the life of a Newlyn fisherman.
The oldest member of Roger Nowell 's crew, 63-year-old
Bobby Button , is taken ill and brought into port. The trawler William Sampson Stevenson receives a radio message that another local boat has gone missing, and abandons fishing to join in the search for the crew. The outcome is a sharp reminder of the job's perils. Executive producer Steve Hewlett Series producer Jeremy Mills
Bill's business faces closure and Ben's business is also in trouble because of a feud.
Written by Andrew Marshall
Director/Producer Richard Boden
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft
Neil Pearson returns as Tony Clark, now acting Detective Chief Superintendent, in the Royal Television Society Award-winning drama series based on the work of the Metropolitan Police's Complaints Investigation Bureau. This first episode was written by the creator of the series, J C Wilsher.
The police response to an attack on a mosque by extreme right-wing extremists, and the visit of an American author who denies that the Holocaust took place, pitch the new series at a high level of political intrigue. Particularly as the mosque incident has risked blowing the cover of a police infiltrator in a neo-fascist group.
What Neil Pearson really thinks of Tony Clark SEE FEATURE page 30
Ch Supt Deakin:
Det. Supt. Graves:
Douglas Carter MP:
Sgt Judy Prescott:
Ch lnsp Lodge:
Ch Insp (Personnel):
Kordal. A Hungarian from a poor background became the British film industry's first knight. This week and next,
Omnibus tells the story of Sir
Alexander Korda in a tribute by another distinguished
Hungarian, the film director Peter Sasdy , and it features contributions from many stars and extracts from the best of Korda's spectacular movies. This week the story moves from a remote village in Hungary, through Korda's years in Europe to his early triumphs in England and the establishment of the huge Denham studio complex.
Korda's The Ghost Goes West follows at 11.10.
Producer Peter Sasdy
Series editor Nigel Williams
Supernatural comedy, being shown to coincide with the Omnibus documentary on film producer Sir Alexander Korda , starring Robert Donat Jean Parker
In 18th-century Scotland a feud between Murdoch Glourie and a rival clan is left unresolved when he dies. He continues to haunt the castle but only appears when a wealthy American family offers to buy the property.
Director René Clair (1935)
FILM REVIEWS pages 45-52
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