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: News; Weather

: Felix the Cat

Feline cartoon fun. Rpt

: Joe 90

Classic puppet animation.

: The Adventures of Skippy

Further adventures with the world's most famous kangaroo.

: Swat Kats

Cartoon.

: Parallel 9

This week's programme includes visits from basketball star Alton Byrd and David Dickson , Nathan from Home and Away, who will be singing live. Plus a film of Damon Hill for motor racing fans and the new interactive game Feed the Monster which can be played at home. Director Bob Collins ; Producer Maddy Darrall A Roach and Partners production for BBCtv
LETTERS: write to the aliens at P9 Earthbase, BBCtv, P0 Box 9000, London W 12 8ZZ.
PHONE: competition line 0[number removed]; game line 0[number removed]. Calls cost a maximum of 20p.

Contributors

Unknown: Alton Byrd
Unknown: David Dickson
Unknown: Damon Hill
Director: Bob Collins
Producer: Maddy Darrall

: Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion

Adventure starring
Marshall Thompson
Dr Marsh Tracy 's Animal Behaviour Centre in Africa is home to an odd collection of animals - including a lion with eye problems.
Director Andrew Marton (1965)
FILM REVIEWS pages37 41

Contributors

Unknown: Marshall Thompson
Unknown: Dr Marsh Tracy
Director: Andrew Marton
Dr Marsh Tracy: Marshall Thompson
Julie Harper: Betsy Drake
Paula: Cheryl Miller
Rupert Rowbotham: Richard Haydn
Carter: Alan Caillou
Juma: Rockne Tarkington
Gregory: Maurice Marsac

: Weather

: Grandstand

Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.35 Motor Racing
News of final grid positions for tomorrow's German Grand Prix.
1.00 News Subtitled
1.05 Athletics
Highlights of the Goodwill Games in St Petersburg.
1.50,2.30,3.05 Racing
The final day of this year's Glorious Goodwood meeting features the Stewards' Cup at 3.15, plus coverage of the 2.00 race, and the Nassau Stakes at 2.40. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
2.05, 2.45, 3.20 World Equestrian Games
The cross-country phase of the three-day event from the Hague.
Commentary by Michael Tucker and Lorna Clarke.
4.25 Swimming
National Championships from Crystal Palace National Sports Centre.
Commentary by Hamilton Bland and Andyjameson.
5.05 News Roundup
Producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Dave Gordon

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider.
Commentary By: Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary By: Julian Wilson
Commentary By: Jimmy Lindley.
Commentary By: Michael Tucker
Commentary By: Lorna Clarke.
Commentary By: Hamilton Bland
Producer: Martin Hopkins
Editor: Dave Gordon

: A Word in Your Ear

In another round of the verbal communication battle, actress Alison Dowling , who plays
Elizabeth in Radio 4's Archers, teams up with astronomer
Patrick Moore against comic Tom O'Connor and yachtswoman Tracy Edwards. Hosted by Gordon Burns. Director Simon Staffurth
Executive producer GeoffKershaw A KPA/Stag production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Alison Dowling
Unknown: Patrick Moore
Unknown: Tom O'Connor
Unknown: Tracy Edwards.
Unknown: Gordon Burns.
Director: Simon Staffurth

: Tron

Disney science fiction starring Jeff Bridges
Bruce Boxleitner
While trying to prove that his ideas have been stolen by his evil boss, a computer game designer is absorbed into a powerful computer and becomes a competitor in a life-or-death video game.
Director Steven Lisberger (1982)
FILM REVIEWS pages 37-41

Contributors

Unknown: Jeff Bridges
Unknown: Bruce Boxleitner
Director: Steven Lisberger
Kevin Rynn/Clu: Jeff Bridges
Alan Bradley/Tron: Bruce Boxleitner
EdDillinger/Sark: David Warner
Lom/Yori: Cindy Morgan
Dr Walter Gibbs/Dumont: Barnard Hughes
Ram: Dan Shor
Crotn: Peter Jurasik
Peter/Sark's lieutenant: Tony Stephano

: Pets Win Prizes

A series in which pets of all shapes and sizes compete for a place in the winner's enclosure and the chance to win a holiday for their owners. This week's contestants include two ducks, Billy the goat, and a King Charles spaniel. With Danny Baker.
Director Ian Hamilton ; Producer Mark Linsey

Contributors

Unknown: Danny Baker.
Director: Ian Hamilton
Producer: Mark Linsey

: Police Rescue

Australian drama starring Gary Sweet , Sonia Todd Reasons to Live. Angel struggles with his emotions during a dramatic siege with a crazed artist. Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Gary Sweet
Unknown: Sonia Todd
Mickey: Gary Sweet
Georgia: Sonia Todd
Angel: Steve Bastoni
Nipper: Steve Bisley
Adams: John Clayton
Kathy: Tammy MacIntosh
Brian: Jeremy Callaghan
Ptomaine: Doug Scroope
Sharyn: Beunda Cotterill
Lew: Coun Friels
Holly: Mary Regan
Helena: Gia Carides

: One Foot in the Grave: Hearts of Darkness

Award-winning comedy series, starring Richard Wilson, Annette Crosbie.
A day out on the river leads Victor and Margaret into murky waters.

Contributors

Writer: David Renwick
Director/Producer: Susan Belbin
Victor Meldrew: Richard Wilson
Margaret Meldrew: Annette Crosbie
Mrs Warboys: Doreen Mantle
Nick Swainey: Owen Brenman
Mr Gorshin: Bill Gavin
Sonia: Arabella Weir
Miss Lander: Janet Henfrey
Rachel: Melody Brown
Martin: Nick Scott
Mrs Endicott: Katherine Page

: News and Sport

With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Sissons.
Unknown: Rob McElwee

: Shirley Bassey: I Am What I Am

In a documentary that is almost as revealing as her dresses,
Shirley Bassey talks about her work and the cost to her family life.
"Success ruins your personal life and relationships, especially for a woman.... [it] broke up my marriage and it didn't help my children any," she says. She also talks about how, after the tragic death of her youngest daughter, she broke down on stage in front of an audience of 10,000 fans: "There was an anger there and a guilt and I didn't give myself time enough to grieve."
Filmed in London, Cardiff and Monte Carlo the documentary includes interviews with some of the star's friends and associates including her daughter Sharon, her musical director and costume designer. It also gives viewers the chance to peek into the wardrobe at some of her most glittering and glamorous gowns. A concert by Shirley Bassey follows.
Producer Mike Alexander ; Executive producer PhilGeorge Stereo

Contributors

Talks: Shirley Bassey
Talks: Monte Carlo
Unknown: Shirley Bassey
Producer: Mike Alexander

: The Shirley Bassey Concert

Footage of a performance shot last September as Shirley Bassey opened Cardiff's new International Arena with two sell-out shows before an audience of 11,000 fans. Songs include her covers of the Beatles' Something and Hey
Jude; AloneAgain, Naturally; This Is My Life; and her blockbuster hits Big Spender and Goldfinger.
Director Gavin Taylor ; Producer Hilary Boulding

Contributors

Unknown: Shirley Bassey
Director: Gavin Taylor
Producer: Hilary Boulding

: From the Hip

Courtroom comedy-drama starring Judd Nelson Elizabeth Perkins
An ambitious young lawyer is determined to make his mark on a major case that will stretch his ethics and morals to the limit. With John Hurt. Director BobClark (1987)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 37-41

Contributors

Unknown: Judd Nelson
Unknown: Elizabeth Perkins
Unknown: John Hurt.

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