• Show TV Channels

    Hide TV Channels

    TV
  • Show Radio Channels

    Hide Radio Channels

    Radio
  • Show Years

    Hide Years

    Year
  • Issues

Close group

Close group

Day Navigation

Listings

: Daytime on Two

9.20am Let's See Up with the Lark presented by RHODA MACLEOD with ANN LOUISE ROSS. ALEXANDER MORTON ,
CRAIG ANDERSON.
Drama script by HECTOR MACMILLAN Producer MARIANNE BAIRD (R) (e)
9.40am Tutorial Topics Appearances followed by Rumours
(e)
10.05am Science Workshop Sliding (B)
(e)
10.25am Thinkabout Under Our Feet
(e)
10.40am Investigating Science What Can Matter Be? followed by A Model of Behaviour
(e)
11.00am Who -Me? Secrets
(e)
11.20am Landmarks
Living with the Weather
(e)
11.40am Scene
Grandad's Gone Daft by WALLY K. DALY. With JIMMY JEWEL as George Saunders.
Grandad's 'bad turns' are putting a strain on the whole family.
Produced and directed by MORTON SURGUY (e)
12.10pm Maths Topics Geometry (2)
Resource GCSE material in the form of animated sequences for classroom use.
Exterior angles; congruency. Producer DAVID ROSEVEARE (R) (e)
12.30pm Seventeen Debbie
(e)
12.55pm Inset
Talking Mathematics
(e)

Contributors

Presented By: Rhoda MacLeod
Unknown: Ann Louise Ross.
Unknown: Alexander Morton
Unknown: Craig Anderson.
Script By: Hector MacMillan
Producer: Marianne Baird
Unknown: Wally K. Daly.
Unknown: Jimmy Jewel
Unknown: George Saunders.
Directed By: Morton Surguy
Producer: David Roseveare
Jack: Julian Walsh
Jimmy: Bill Rourke
Betty: Eileen Davies
Garreth: David Alker
Belinda: Tandi Keet
Teacher: Bob Wells

: Hokey Cokey

A See-Saw programme (R)

: Music Time

Grouping Beats
(e)

: News

Weather followed by Watch
Health Education Eyes and Sight.
Jennie Jay Williams and Tony Neilson , with the help of Kit, find out some of the eye's secrets.
Story NOREEN WETTON
Animation MIREK LANG
Producer DEREK BUTLER
Series producer JULIA DRUM
(e)

Contributors

Unknown: Jennie Jay Williams
Unknown: Tony Neilson
Unknown: Noreen Wetton
Unknown: Mirek Lang
Producer: Derek Butler
Producer: Julia Drum

: A Cabinet of Curiosities

A cigarette holder dropped by Queen Mary when she came to tea, a fragment of wallpaper that may have killed Napoleon, a pet chameleon, a book bound in a murderer's skin ...
Lucinda Lambton conjures up curiosities from the dark comers of museums and collections throughout the land.
40 Minutes editor EDWARD MIKZOEFF Producer JONATHAN GILI
(First shown in '40 Minutes
CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Lucinda Lambton
Editor: Edward Mikzoeff
Producer: Jonathan Gili

: News

Weather followed by Trans-African
Hovercraft Expedition Part 2: Beyond Timbuktu The hovercraft expedition has so far travelled 800 miles. Today's programme follows its course along the Niger. Narrated by John Stockbridge
Producer BOB SAUNDERS
Executive producer BRIAN BRANSTON

Contributors

Unknown: John Stockbridge
Producer: Bob Saunders
Producer: Brian Branston

: Catchword

with Paul Coia and Bryan the computer.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Coia

: Nozzers

Last of four programmes. You 're Satisfactory Only The seamen face several more weeks at HMS Raleigh. Narrator Richard Denton (R)

Contributors

Narrator: Richard Denton

: What a Picture!

Morgan Cross shares the photographic memories of actor Richard Todd. Director DAVID NELSON Producer MIKE DERBY BBC Pebble Mill (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Todd.
Director: David Nelson

: Food and Drink

: Our Man in Marrakesh

starring
Tony Randall Senta Berger.
Narim Casimir , the most influential man in Marrakesh, awaits the arrival of the latest busload of foreign visitors with interest. For one of them is a courier bringing two million dollars in return for certain information - but which one?
Screenplay by PETER YELDHAM
Produced by HARRY ALAN TOWERS Directed by DON SHARP
0 FILMS: page 14

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Randall
Unknown: Senta Berger.
Unknown: Narim Casimir
Play By: Peter Yeldham
Produced By: Harry Alan Towers
Directed By: Don Sharp
Andrew Jessel: Tony Randall
Kyra Stanovy: Senta Berger
Narim Casimir: Herbert Lom
Arthur: Wilfrid Hyde-White
El Caid: Terry Thomas
Achmed: Gregoire Aslan
George: John Le Mesurier
Jonquil: Klaus Kinski

: Take Nobody's Word for It

First of ten programmes presented by Carol Vorderman and Professor Ian Fells of Newcastle University.
'Gilding the lily' becomes a reality with the help of guest scientist Dr Mary Archer.
Also how to make your own scientific jewellery and how to use gold jewellery to make a battery.
Len Hawkes of the Tremeloes takes Carol for a quick spin round the science of making records.
This year's competition is to design and make a working model from paper or cardboard - paper engineering.
Designer JOHN BONE
Director HENDRIK BALL
Producer GEORGE AUCKLAND (e) For entry form send a sae to: [address removed]

Contributors

Presented By: Carol Vorderman
Presented By: Professor Ian Fells
Unknown: Dr Mary Archer.
Unknown: Len Hawkes
Designer: John Bone
Director: Hendrik Ball
Producer: George Auckland

: This Week 9-2-5

This week 9-2-5 follows a working mother as she travels to work with her baby.
By 1995 population changes will result in companies having to employ more women than at any time since the Second World War. Yet attitudes are still firmly rooted in the past.
Britain has the worst record in Europe for the provision of child care. The programme looks at a company that is leading the way by catering for the special needs of women with children.
And from the 9-2-5 office a discussion on the issues that affect people at work in 1989. In episode three of The Move, staff receive 'the letter'. Good news for some and disappointment for others as they discover what the company will offer them to move to their new location. Series editor TIM SHAWCROSS
Executive producer PHILIP CLARKE

Contributors

Editor: Tim Shawcross
Producer: Philip Clarke

: The North Sea

The Rhine - Romance and Rubbish Susannah York introduces the third of six programmes which look at our use and misuse of the North Sea.
One of the major pollution problems for the North Sea is the waste dumped into the rivers which feed it. Of these, the Rhine, the most industrialised and the biggest, is the worst.
Recent chemical accidents have highlighted not just the dangers, but also the attempts to tackle the problem of Europe's industrial waste. Executive producer JOHN MAPPLEBECK
Series producer MARK SCRIMSHAW

Contributors

Introduces: Rubbish Susannah York
Producer: John Mapplebeck

: Naked Video

First of six programmes. At last, they're back!
Siadwel, the Bald Man, Helen in the Wine Bar, Rab C. Nesbitt plus full supporting bandage reconvene for 30 action-packed minutes of comedy.
Featuring Gregor Fisher
Andy Gray , Helen Lederer
Tony Roper , Elaine C. Smith Jonathan Watson and John Sparkes
Music DAVID MCNIVEN
Script editor PHILIP DIFFER Designer IAIN MCDONALD Produced and directed by COLIN GILBERT BBC Scotland
% CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Rab C. Nesbitt
Unknown: Gregor Fisher
Unknown: Andy Gray
Unknown: Helen Lederer
Unknown: Tony Roper
Unknown: Elaine C. Smith
Unknown: Jonathan Watson
Unknown: John Sparkes
Music: David McNiven
Directed By: Colin Gilbert

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Monday Post: Scottish Programmes 23 January 2017

: 40 Minutes

A series of films about real lives - now.
The Kingdom of Fun
'Welcome to the new empire of leisure,' proclaims
Frankie Howerd in his toga, surrounded by Roman centurions. The empire in question is the Metro Centre, a vast new shopping complex in the industrial dereliction of Tyneside. 'This centre embodies everything I believe Thatcherism is about,' says John Hall , its creator. He's a flamboyant multi-millionaire with a personal crusade to regenerate the North East.
Hall's world is one of fantasy parks and shopping malls designed like theatre sets. It is also a world of secret deals - and a dramatic plot to take over a famous football club. John Hall believes that with leisure he can lead the way towards a new kind of society in Britain. Yet a generation ago there was another man in the North East who spoke in remarkably similar terms.
His name was T. Dan Smith. ... Photography CHRIS SEAGER Film editor CAROL OWENS Producer ADAM CURTIS
40 Minutes editor
EDWARD MIRZOEFF CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Frankie Howerd
Unknown: John Hall
Unknown: John Hall
Unknown: T. Dan Smith.
Unknown: Chris Seager
Editor: Carol Owens
Producer: Adam Curtis
Unknown: Edward Mirzoeff

: The Tracey Ullman Show

A series of comic playlets recorded in front of a live audience at the Fox Studio in Los Angeles. Also starring Julie Kavner
Dan Castellaneta , Joe Malone and Sam McMurray. Tonight: Comedian
Kay and the Co- Worker and The Right Guy
Produced by RICHARD SAKAI

Contributors

Unknown: Julie Kavner
Unknown: Dan Castellaneta
Unknown: Joe Malone
Unknown: Sam McMurray.
Produced By: Richard Sakai

: Newsnight

Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick reporting the major events of the day.

Contributors

Unknown: Donald MacCormick

: The Late Show

Four nights a week, what's on, who's here and what's up in the arts, entertainment and the media.
Producer CHARLES MILLER
Executive producer KEVIN LOADER Editor MICHAEL JACKSON

Contributors

Producer: Charles Miller
Editor: Michael Jackson

: Weatherview









About this project

This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

Through the listings, you will also be able to use the Genome search function to find thousands of radio and TV programmes that are already available to view or listen to on the BBC website.

There are more than 5 million programme listings in Genome. This is a historical record of the planned output and the BBC services of any given time. It should be viewed in this context and with the understanding that it reflects the attitudes and standards of its time - not those of today.

Welcome to BBC Genome

Genome is a digitised version of the Radio Times from 1923 to 2009 and is made available for internal research purposes only. You will need to obtain the relevant third party permissions for any use, including use in programmes, online etc.

This internal version of Genome, which includes all the magazine covers, images and articles as well as the programme listings from the Radio Times, is different to the version of BBC Genome that is available externally/to the public. It is only available inside the BBC network.

Your use of this version of Genome is covered by the BBC Acceptable Use of Information Systems Policy and these terms.

BBC Guidance

This historical record contains material which some might find offensive
Continue Cancel