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: Now on Two

starting with:
Ovide
Today's story: Winner Take All

9.25am Champion the Wonderhorse
Lost River
A serious drought brings danger and hardship. ®

9.55am Popeye and Son
Olive's Day Off and Damsel in Distress.

10.20am Blue Peter
with Mark Curry, Caron Keating and Yvette Fielding.
One Million Pounds!
Will the new target on the totaliser be reached? If it is, that's il million worth of help for Kampuchea.

10.50am Boss Cat
The Unscratchables (R)

11.15am Boxpops
Is Michael Jackson 'bad' enough to be a case for Boxpops? - as Boxpops takes an arresting look at Cops and Robbers on the box.

Contributors

Presenter ("Blue Peter"): Mark Curry
Presenter ("Blue Peter"): Caron Keating
Presenter ("Blue Peter"): Yvette Fielding
Producer ("Boxpops"): Roy Milani
Producer ("Boxpops"): Eric Rowan

: Anne of Windy Poplars

starring Anne Shirley Fames Ellison.
Anne Shirley , an ambitious young
:eacher, arrives in a rural town to assume :he duties of vice-principal. Unexpectedly, she falls victim to the politics of a powerful local family.
Written by MICHAEL KANNI and JERRY CADY Produced by JACK HIVELY Directed by CUFF REID
0 FILMS: page 20

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Shirley
Unknown: Fames Ellison.
Unknown: Anne Shirley
Written By: Michael Kanni
Written By: Jerry Cady
Produced By: Jack Hively
Directed By: Cuff Reid
Anne Shirley: Anne Shirley
Tony Pringle: James Ellison
Matey: Henry Travers
Gilbert Blythe: Patric Knowles
Jabez Monkman: Slim Summerville
Rebecca: Elizabeth Patterson
Catherine Pringle: Louise Campbell

: World Darts

Embassy World Professional Championship from Lakeside Country Club. Highlights of yesterday's play in the first round of the championship.
Introduced by David Icke Commentators
SID WADDELL. TONY GREEN Producer KEITH PHILLIPS

Contributors

Introduced By: David Icke
Unknown: Sid Waddell.
Unknown: Tony Green
Producer: Keith Phillips

: The Saboteur, Code Name'Morituri'

starring
Marion Brando Yul Brynner
Trevor Howard.
1942: wealthy German pacifist Robert Crain is blackmailed into a dangerous mission. Posing as a Gestapo officer he must prevent the destruction of a valuable cargo vessel.
Screenplay by DANIEL TARADASH based on the novel by WERNER JOERG LUEDECKE
Produced by AARON ROSENBERG Directed by BERNHARD WICKI
0 FILMS: page 20

Contributors

Unknown: Marion Brando
Unknown: Yul Brynner
Unknown: Trevor Howard.
Unknown: Robert Crain
Play By: Daniel Taradash
Produced By: Aaron Rosenberg
Directed By: Bernhard Wicki
Robert Crain: Marlon Brando
Capt Mueller: Yul Brynner
Esther: Janet Margolin
Col Statter: Trevor Howard
Kruse: Martin Benrath
Donkeyman: Hans Christian Blech

: Music in Camera

Tokyo String Quartet play one of SCHUBERT'S greatest works, the Quartet in D minor, (D810), (Death and the Maiden)
Peter Oundjian (violin) Kikuei Ikeda (violin) Sadao Harada (cello)
Kazuhide Isomura (viola) Sound RON ALLAN
Lighting RON IRVINE
Producer MIKE NEWMAN
Series editor KEITH ALEXANDER BBC Scotland

Contributors

Violin: Peter Oundjian
Violin: Kikuei Ikeda
Cello: Sadao Harada
Viola: Kazuhide Isomura
Unknown: Ron Allan
Unknown: Ron Irvine
Producer: Mike Newman
Editor: Keith Alexander

: Rugby Special

featuring Coventry v Llanelli An English/Welsh clash for the first time this season on Rugby Special.
Coventry are currently lying second in Division 2 and will have something to prove.
England, who have decided to do away with a final trial, are currently training in Portugal. Rugby Special went to the sun with them. Modem-day rugby is now big business and there is terrific pressure on the top clubs to succeed. The programme looks at the running of three of them. Introduced by Chris Rea. Commentator
NIGEL STARMER-SMITH Executive producer
JOHNNIE WATHERSTON

Contributors

Introduced By: Chris Rea.
Unknown: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Unknown: Johnnie Watherston

: Ski Sunday

featuring
The Men's Downhill Races from Garmisch.
As a result of the early-season weather problems this lively Bavarian resort plays host to the fourth and fifth events in the ten-race men's calendar. No one will be more delighted than Switzerland's Pirmin Zurbriggen who has made an unsteady start in downhill this time but who won in 1987, the last time the race was held here.
David Vine reports on the first of the sport's classic weekends. Television presentation ZDF/ARD. West Germany ORF. Austria
Producer GRAHAM FRY

Contributors

Unknown: David Vine

: The Money Programme

Piracy in the Med
Modem-day pirates are the scourge of the eastern
Mediterranean, diverting expensive cargoes into lawless Lebanese ports. The cargoes are sold, and the ultimate victim of the fraud is the London insurance market. John Penycate reports from
Beirut, Cyprus and the City of London on this multi-million pound fraud - how the racket works, and how it's being fought.
Producer ARLEN HARRIS
Deputy editor CHRISTOPHER GRAHAM Editor DAVID NISSAN

Contributors

Unknown: John Penycate
Editor: Christopher Graham

: Atlantic Realm

A natural history of an ocean narrated by Martin Jarvis. First of three programmes. Island Arks
Sharks give birth in the balmy shallows of the Bahamas. Once, the Atlantic was merely a gash on the face of the earth. As it tore apart volcanoes exploded into a string of jewel-like islands and life climbed aboard. From Iceland to
Tristan da Cunha strange animals and plants appeared, trapped by the ocean. The birds fly free - Cory's shearwaters journey across two hemispheres, albatrosses soar to the cold edge of Antarctica, and penguins 'fly' under the frozen sea. Photography MIKE POTTS ,
VICTORIA STONE. MARK DEEBLE Music CLANNAD
Film editor COLIN CRADOCK Producer ROGER R JONES
Series editor ANDREW NEAL A Natural World production BBC Bristol
0 FEATURE: page 96

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Jarvis.
Unknown: Mike Potts
Unknown: Victoria Stone.
Unknown: Mark Deeble
Editor: Colin Cradock
Producer: Roger R Jones
Editor: Andrew Neal

: Mel Brooks's High Anxiety

starring Mel Brooks Madeline Kahn
Cloris Leachman.
Strange happenings greet Dr Richard H. Thorndyke on his appointment as head of the Psycho-Neurotic Institute for the Very, Very Nervous.... This affectionate parody of Hitchcock features an hilarious performance from Brooks himself as the psychiatrist with more problems than his patients.
Written by MEL BROOKS. RON CLARK. RUDY DE LUCA and BARRY LEVINSON Produced and directed by MEL BROOKS
● FILMS: page 20

Contributors

Unknown: Mel Brooks
Unknown: Madeline Kahn
Unknown: Cloris Leachman.
Unknown: Dr Richard H. Thorndyke
Written By: Mel Brooks.
Written By: Ron Clark.
Written By: Rudy de Luca
Written By: Barry Levinson
Directed By: Mel Brooks
Dr Thorndyke: Mel Brooks
Victoria: Madeline Kahn
Nurse Diesel: Cloris Leachman
Dr Montague: Harvey Korman
Brophy: Ron Carey
Prof Lilloman: Howard Morris
Dr Philip Wentworth: Dick van Patten
Desk clerk: Jack Riley
Cocker Spaniel: Charlie Callas

: Three-Minute Culture

Advertising: John Hegarty Americans switch TV channels every three minutes. Spurred on by easy money, and instant communication we absorb and forget ideas faster than ever before. The three-minute culture entertains and entices us into buying not just products and lifestyles but politics and philosophies. In this series
Michael Ignatieff explores the throwaway decade through the eyes of six leading players. This week he examines advertising with John Hegarty , creative director of Bartle Bogle Hegarty - a man who can sell you sagas about jeans, cars or tights in 60 seconds.
Photography JEREMY HUMPHRIES Producer MARK HARRISON
Series producer AMANDA THEUNISSEN BBC Bristol
● ROGER WODDIS : page 94

Contributors

Unknown: John Hegarty
Unknown: Michael Ignatieff
Unknown: John Hegarty
Unknown: Bartle Bogle Hegarty
Unknown: Jeremy Humphries
Producer: Mark Harrison
Unknown: Roger Woddis

: Screen Two: Death of a Son

by Tony Marchant
Starring Lynn Redgrave
with Malcolm Storry

September 1982: Pauline and Ray Williams were woken with the news that their 19-year-old son John had been found dead. They discovered he had been experimenting with drugs but the inquest verdict was clear: John had been
'unlawfully killed'. Yet no prosecutions followed.
Pauline could not accept this decision and spent the next three years taking on the British legal establishment.
The outcome of her campaign has now earned her a place in legal history. This powerful drama traces the years of solitary struggle from Pauline's viewpoint.

Feature: page 12 and Films: page 20
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Writer: Tony Marchant
Music: Nikos Mamangakis
Designer: Bryan Ellis
Photography: Nigel Walters
Film Editor: John Stothart
Producer: Martin Thompson
Director: Ross Devenish
Pauline Williams: Lynn Redgrave
Ray: Malcolm Storry
John: Jay Simpson
Paul: Mark Anstee
Gary Austin: Ross Boatman
Dr Toseland: Frederick Treves
Prof Spector: Julian Curry
Det Insp Roscoe: Dave Hill
Rob: Glyn Pritchard
Det Sgt McClure: Richard Heffer
First DPP official: Jerome Willis
Second DPP official: John Quentin
Prosecuting counsel: Oliver Ford Davies
Defence counsel: Nigel Cooke
Dr Tan: Hi Ching
Attacker: Derek Ware

: World Darts

Embassy World Professional Championship
Eric Bristow begins his title challenge this evening.

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Bristow








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