With Sara Cobum and Nick Wood.
Timetable on Monday................................
With Justin Webb and Juliet Morris.
VJ Memories: today, James Cranmer mourns the loss of five brothers who died at the hands of the Japanese. Timetable on Monday
Ideas for fun during the holidays. Rpt Stereo ...
Cartoon about a group of superheroes. Rpt Stereo Subtitled ...
Regional News; Weather ..............
Feature length episode of the western. The Day They Hanged Kid Curry.
Fred Philpotts is tired of being a nobody, until he gets the idea to start posing as Kid Curry in orderto get himself noticed. With Pete Duel , Ben Murphy , Robert Morse , Belinda Montgomery and Sam Jaffe.
Including at 11.00 News Regional News; Weather
Viewers have their say on news stories.
PHONE LINE: [number removed] (calls charged at local rate).
The Conspirators. The crumpled detective attempts to solve another crime. Joe Devlin is a poet dispensing more than his share of Irish blarney along with his favourite whiskey. But behind the charm is a murder plot and involvement with a terrorist group who are smuggling arms to rebels. With Peter Falk , Clive Revill and Jeanette Nolan.
Today, advice on cooking chicken, steak and pork. Stereo ............................
Quiz game testing vocabulary and word power. With Rob Curling. Stereo ..
Orville gets marooned. Rpt...............................
Arachnid antics withltsy and friends. Stereo .........
Last in the series of the Australian comedy drama.
Panic breaks out when Ed brings some unwelcome guests to the Grove. Charlie finds romance while Jemma feels betrayed. For cast and next episode see tomorrow at 5.05pm
Brett is refused entry at a restaurant when he goes out with Libby. Sam gets back to basics while officious Rick manages to get people's backs up.
Shownat 1.30pm Stereo
Serendipity Ren Gottlieb:
With Anna Ford and Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft
See Monday fordetails ..............................
A series of underwater adventures.
The Kelp Forests of California. Beyond the pounding surf off the coast of California lies a submarine forest of breathtaking beauty - and predatory blue sharks. The underwatertrees are a type of fast-growing seaweed known as giant kelp. Martha Holmes and Mike deGruy dive through the glades among the harbour seals, bat rays, colourful fish and sea otters, butjust beyond the kelp the angel shark is lurking and it proves to be no angel. Further out in the deeperwatera dive with blue sharks requires heavy protection.
Producer Robin Hellier
A series of programmes in which Terry Wogan visits his native land.
Movie Business. Ireland is now the most popular place in Europe for makingfilms. Terry goes on location with Peter Ustinov and Tom Courtenay , visits the set of Mel Gibson 's latest blockbuster Braveheart, talks to leading director Jim Sheridan , and meets a group of monkewho have made theirown movie.
Producer Ken Stephinson
Never without Protection. A duchess is caught romancing her police detective.
Written by Steve Knight and Mike Whitehill Producer/Director Ed Bye
Miss Red Button:
An update on the latest news from
Gothenburg where Britain were hoping for medals in the men's 400 metres and women's 10,000 metres.
WithPeterSissons. Regional News
Weather Peter Cockroft
Continuingthe documentary series about life aboard the Royal Naval warship HMS Brilliant.
Rocking the Boat. The controversial issue of Wrens at sea is tackled in tonight's programme where both sides hold strong opinions. Lieutenant
Commander Bob Hawkins is troubled by the idea while some of the women involved feel that they have been victims of bad press.
Director/Producer Christopher Terrill
This week features the 1972-3 season which saw the start of the Anfield era, with Liverpool lifting 13 trophies inside a decade. Also, second division Sunderland snatch the Cup from Leeds, the Charlton brothers retire, and Brian Clough offers his opinions. With Dennis Waterman. Producer Chris Kelly ; Executive producer
TonyMoss Stereo * See Competitions and Offers: p
The Tommy Cooper and Frankie Howerd Interviews
A special double bill of interviews with two of the great comic talents of post-war Britain.
Michael Parkinson remembers
Tommy Cooper being reluctant to appear, but armed with his beloved props he managed to run rings around the amused interviewer.
Frankie Howerd on the other hand wanted the interview scripted so he could practice his responses, but Parkinson held firm and let the sparks fly unprompted and unrehearsed.
Series producer Annie Lewis ; Executive producer
TonyMoss Subtitled ........................
Searching for his missing teenage daughter, washed up ex-cop Jackson Swallow infiltrates the American Liberation Movement, a group dedicated to white supremacy.
Director Lesli Unka Glatter (1987)
# FILM REVIEWS pages 45-50