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Scotland South District v New Zealand Live coverage from Gala as the tourists set out to continue their 58-year run of never having lost to the South.
Commentary by Bill McLaren , with Sean Lineen.
Producer Grigor Stiriing
With Toby Anstis.
Fun with the little penguin.
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Picture-book stories told by Vicky Licorish, Jocasta Carr and Miriam Margolyes.
Cartoon series. Subtitled
Ideas for picture-making. With Tony Hart and Gabrielle Bradshaw.
Robyn is missing - things are getting serious. The police start a search.
Written by Kevin Hood
A death in Ramsay Street has implications for Dorothy and Toby, while Doug and Pam are victims of a conspiracy.
Meanwhile, Brad receives an exciting offer at Gaby's expense.
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft
Mythic adventure starring
In a world of warriors and witches, fearsome beasts and fantastic beauties, young farmer Willow Ufgood seems an unlikely hero. But destiny demands he undertakes a perilous journey to protect a baby who will help destroy the evil Queen Bavmorda.
Director Ron Howard (1988)
With Martyn Lewis.
Weather Peter Cockroft
In the last of these four
I programmes examining
Margaret Thatcher 's 11 years as Prime
Minister, the Conservative Party begins to turn against her leadership, but she shows no willingness to stand down.
She claims that she was beginning to have doubts about John Major. "He came up very quickly, she says, "and there were several years of experience missing." Although there was no clear successor, colleagues were becoming increasingly to view her as an electoral liability, and she speaks of what she regarded as their disloyalty.
"What hurts most of all is that this was treachery," she says of her Cabinet, "treachery with a smile on its face." " Naturally this charge Is denied by her former colleagues.
Executive producers Hugh Scully , Samir Shah Series producer Denys Blakeway A Fine Art production for BBCtv
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Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Preston's Paul Burke defends his British and Commonwealth lightweight titles in a re-match against former champion Billy Schwer. Schwer's hopes of a European title challenge were put on hold when he lost both crowns and his unbeaten record last February. Burke cut the Luton fighter and the bout was stopped in the seventh round. Commentary by Harry Carpenter.
Rugby Union: Scotland South District v New Zealand.
Action from the All Blacks' first tour match in Scotland, at Gala. New Zealand remain formidable opposition even without star players Michael Jones, John Kirwan and Grant Fox. Gala, Hawick and Scottish champions Melrose form the nucleus of South District, who need a morale-boosting performance ten days before Scotland face the All Blacks at Murrayfield. Plus highlights from Cardiff of Wales v Canada.
A preview of next week's decisive World Cup qualifiers involving Wales, the Republic of Ireland and England. Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Brian Barwick
Comedy starring James Booth
If you want the best "private eyes" money can buy, avoid
Major Upton's seedy security services at all costs.
DirectorJim Clark (1972) Stereo
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