Simon Potter with Sunday morning's entertainment starting with:
Janosch's Story Time: The King Crow
When three robbers steal a few crow's eggs, Wenzel flies into action.
Presenter ("Now on Two"):
The Greatest Hero of Them All
Told by Tony Robinson
The Wind and the Wallabies With half their colleagues eaten by cannibals, the men decide to turn vegetarian.
But they still eat like pigs ... Producer ANGELA BEECHING Director DAVID BELL (R)
Marcie and Peppermint Patty don't want to go to school because it's raining. Patty even more so, as she is not very good at schoolwork and falls asleep in class ...
Simon Potter with guests, competition news and features especially for you
Join Mark, Caron and Yvette on board the Omnibus and catch up with their adventures over the past week.
by MARGARET MAHY dramatised in six parts by ALLAN BAKER
4: Bond's enemies are closing in - and Lewis has been caught in the trap.
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director CHRISTINE SECOMBE
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Chris Serle picks choice moments of television's past from the BBC library at Windmill Road.
This week, Chris takes a look at Families, some of whom are Frank and Betty Spencer in Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em; Michael Jackson and his brothers; mother and babies from Kingdom of the Ice Bear; the Royal Family; and Del Boy and Grandad at Christmas.
The special family guests are
Jean Metcalfe and Guy Michelmore , who recall their own days in television. Director MIKE SEDDON
Producer BARBARA KINDRED
Executive producer ERIC ROWAN
Presented by Jenny Powell and Tony Baker
Introduced by Nigel Starmer-Smith with Chris Rea
The Toshiba Divisional Championship
South/South West v North
The South have had two poor seasons, whereas the North are the holders. Highlights of this match and news from the other Divisional match. Bridgend v Neath
The top Welsh club match of the day.
Plus analysis and comment on the day's action.
Series producer HUW JONES
The International Cavaliers Before the days of sponsored Sunday cricket, many of the world's best players met for a gentle after-lunch match against a county side. For those players, the television audience and commentator John Arlott , Cavalier cricket was fun!
Series producer JEFF GODDARD (R)
Anton Walbrook Marius Goring Moira Shearer
This classic film from collaborators Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger is probably the most successful fusion of fantasy and reality in British cinema. A lavishly produced story about a young ballet dancer who has to choose between her career and marriage, it interweaves this romantic story with great set pieces and an intense 'back-stage'drama.
Based on a fairy tale by HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN Written, produced and directed by MICHAEL POWELL and EMERIC PRESSBURGER
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Beaux Arts Trio
Over the 30 years that the Beaux Art Trio have been together, they must have played Schubert's Piano Trio in B flat, Op 99, hundreds of times, yet their performance is still as fresh and spontaneous as ever. This recording was made in the Signet Library, Edinburgh, shortly before founder member Bernard Greenhouse retired from the group.
Menahem Pressler (piano) Isidore Cohen (violin)
Bernard Greenhouse (cello) Sound BOB GILLIES
Lighting JAMES MAIDEN Producer MIKE NEWMAN
Series editor KEITH ALEXANDER BBC Scotland
Men's Downhill from Val Gardena , Italy The Saslonch course has evoked fond memories for Britain's racers in recent times. Konrad Bartelski 's remarkable second place in 1981 has been followed by two good results from MARTIN BELL - his best, a tenth place in 1985. It's a position he shared that day with a young Canadian racer, ROB BOYD , who has emerged as one of the rising stars in the sport following his first World Cup victory here last year.
David Vine reports from the Groden valley while
David Goldstrom reports on the latest round of the women's championships; they have travelled to Leukerbad in Switzerland.
Television presentation by RAI Italy and SRG, Switzerland Producer GRAHAM FRY
Executive producer JIM RESIDE
The last in the present series Presented by Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton The Building Site -
The New Japanese Target Half the world's top construction companies are
Japanese, and they now have big British ambitions. PAUL BURDEN reports from Japan on the new 'intelligent' offices, the robot navvies, and the vast airport being built in the sea. How much of a threat will they be to
Britain's own construction industry?
Cameraman IAN KENNEDY Sound JUUAN BALDWIN Producer GLYNN JONES Editor JONATHAN CRANE
The last of six programmes Presented by Paul Heiney with John Kettley Majorca How can you be sure of picking the right resort for next summer's holiday? The Travel Show Guide gives you those facts the brochures leave out.
Studio director SUE LOCHEAD Producer JULIE BRADSHAW
Executive producer ALAN DOBSON
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A history of western philosophy in 15 parts
13: The American Pragmatists with Sidney Morgenbesser , Professor of Philosophy at Columbia University.
America has become the chief centre of philosophical activity in the English-speaking world. But
American philosophy strode out on to the world stage 100 years ago. Today's programme introduces what have become the classic texts. Devised and presented by Bryan Magee
Producer JILL DAWSON
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Okavango - Jewel of the Kalahari
The second of three programmes written and narrated by Barry Paine The Living Jewel
In the clear blue waters, squeaking catfish hunt in packs and tiger fish terrorise the channels. It's Africa's greatest oasis, a mystery of lagoons and islands where the Okavango River spills into the Kalahari Desert.
The floating reeds are home to the shy sitatunga antelope, where reed frogs serenade through the night, and pel's owl catches fish in spectacular fashion -just some of the colourful inhabitants of this remarkable delta - Africa's living jewel.
Music composed by JENNIE MUSKETT
Photography RICHARD FOSTER. JIM CLARE Film editor DAVID DICKIE
Producer MICHAEL ROSENBERG A PARTRIDGE FILMS production for BBCtv
Series editor ANDREW NEAL BBC Bristol
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Ludovic Kennedy reviews his selection of the week's television with studio guests. Studio director KATHY MYERS Producer NICHOLAS BARKER
Another case for the master detective who celebrates his centenary this year. Starring
Sherlock Holmes is begged by East End traders to solve the series of vicious murders committed by the infamous 'Jack the Ripper'. As the indomitable detective and his assistant Dr Watson begin their investigation, they lift a veil of corruption and terror which affects the throne of England itself.
An all-star cast was assembled for this unusual and often terrifying fictional film about the 'meeting' of Holmes and the Ripper, detective and real murderer.
Screenplay by JOHN HOPKINS Produced by RENE DUPONT and BOB CLARK Directed by BOB CLARK
('The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes ' on Friday BBC2 at 6. 00pm)
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