With Chris Jarvis and Josie D'Arby.
7.10 Secret Life of Toys
7.25 Felix the Cat
Felix tries to outwit the Professor.
7.40 Marlene Marlowe Investigates
8.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather; Regional News; Weather
8.10 The Adventures of Skippy
The popular kangaroo returns for more adventures. (Stereo)
8.35 Swat Kats
Cartoon. (Repeat) (Stereo)
9.00 News and Weather; Regional News; Weather
9.05 Bucky O'Hare
Bucky and the crew fight the Toad Menace.
9.30 Why Don't You?
Including advice on how to fall off stilts.
10.00 Playdays: The Tent Stop
10.20 William's Wish Wellingtons
10.35 Joe 90
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Barbara Harris , Jodie Foster
Thirteen-year-old Annabel and her mother wish they could change places
- but then it really happens.
DireotorGary Nelson (1976) Subtitled ... * FILM REVIEWS pages 47-70
Changing Times. Geoff and Kate are leaving Coopers Crossing. Last in the Series. Stereo
Comedy starring John Ritter
A badly-behaved 7-year-old orphan is adopted by an unsuspecting suburban couple. (1990) (Stereo)
Big Ben Healy Sr:
With Zoe Ball. Stereo Animation narrated by Richard Briers. Stereo....................
Adventures of a boy and his cartoon creation. Rpt ......
Rabbit and Friends The Tale of Tom Kitten and Jemima Puddleduck. Live action and animation.
Julie Etchingham and Chris Rogers look back at the year's news events. Stereo ..............................
Lou and Cheryl are stunned at the thought of being parents a second time around. Brett gets some training in self defence from Lou. Rick's obsession with Sally is beginningto annoy her. Shown at 1.1 Opm. For cast see Wednesday
2 1 December. Stereo
With Huw Edwards. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill .............
Fordetails see Monday 19December
The live-action drama based on the popular television cartoon and comic books starring Judith Hoag.
Investigating a mysterious wave of crime terrorising the residents of New York, television reporter April O'Neil is saved from being mugged one evening by strange creatures from the sewers. These creatures are destined to become her friends and allies in the battle against the bad guys.
With the character voices of JOSH PAIS, ROBBIE RIST, COREY FELDMAN, BRIAN TOCHI,
KEVIN CLASH and DAVID MCCHAREN.
Director Steve Barron (1990)
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Another chance to see the Christmas special from 1983.
Thicker than Water. Christmas is a time forfamily and friends. You can choose yourfamily but you cannot choose your friends!
Bill Beaumont and Ian Botham captain the two teams of sporting celebrities as they answer the questions put to them by David Coleman.
With Peter Sissons.
Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders reprise some of their favourite characters for a yuletide airing, while Charles Dickens and the Oscar-winningfilm The Piano feel the lash of their satirical humour.
See today's choices.
Producer Jon Plowman ; Director Bob Spiers
Starring Rik Mayall with Brian Walden
Following his recent by-election victory, Tory maverick Alan B'Stard reveals his no-holds-barred personal manifesto for the 2 1 st century to veteran political interviewer Brian Walden. See today's choices.
Written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran
Director Marcus Mortimer ; Producer Claire Hinson
Make-up girl 1:
Make-up girl 2:
An extraordinary cast of singers and musicians come together in Memphis to celebrate the life and work of Elvis Aaron Presley. The bill includes Wet Wet Wet, Michael Bolton , U2,
Bryan Adams , Chris Isaak , Iggy Pop and Tony Bennett , all performing songs by the King. Plus appearances by some of the great rock 'n' rollers including Jerry Lee -Lewis, Chet Atkins and Carl Perkins and interviews with those who knew and worked with Elvis.
The programme also features a selection of rare achive footage that tells his triumphant and sometimes tragic life story. Introduced by Priscilla Presley from the Pyramid Arena.
Crime drama also starring
Jack Carter is a man with a mission. When his brother dies mysteriously in Newcastle, he travels north to find out what happened. He uncovers a conspiracy linking blue films, the local villains and some "respectable" citizens. When he knows enough, Carter plans revenge.
Director Mike Hodges (1971)
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