Introduced by Simon Parkin and Andi Peters
Playbus: The Dot Stop
Dot stops at number 1, and finds that 1 is in any number of dots.
Storyteller: Iain Laughlan. Director JOHN PROWSE
Every Silver Lining Has a Cloud
Voices: Peter Hawkins and Susan Sheridan. Written and created by PETER MADDOCKS
Directed by KEITH LEARNER (First shoum on BBC1)
The Lampton Worm with children from Fatfield
Primary School, Washington. Theme music ALEC DANKWORTH Producers PETER CHARLTON and RICHARD SIMKIN
Why did a man climb down a well for a dog? Would you want to be the back end of the pantomime cow?
With Mark Chatterton Tony Osoba and Christopher Lillicrap. Director CELIA BONNER Producer JUDY MERRY BBC North West
Size Isn't Everything
The Smoggies plot to increase Little Suntot 's size.
With Simon Davies , Diane-Louise Jordan and Jo Koma.
Why do some birds fly in a 'V formation?
Design JULIA GRESTY
Production ALISON STEWART
A magic plague sweeps through the land.
With Caron Keating Yvette Fielding and John Leslie.
By Tony Robinson.
3: A Game Called John
The Sheriff invents a fabulous new game, and Robin gives the Merry Men a new look, with more co-ordinated colourways.
Music by DAVID CHILTON and NICK RUSSELL-PAVIER
Producer RICHARD CALLANAN Director DAVID BELL
(Shown last Thursday on BBC1)
More great music, popular programmes and your vox pops. This week: Spooky. Executive producer ERIC ROWAN Producer ROY MILANI
Music news and features with Andy Crane.
An updated edition of Wednesday's Reportage with all the latest developments in the stories covered. There's the final result of the phone poll, your views on the issues covered, plus stories from the worlds of fashion, sport, music and news.
Producers MICHAEL SPENCER and EMMA WILLIS (R)reyised
Starring Basil Radford as Captain Paul Waggett and Joan Greenwood as Peggy Macroon.
1943: the Hebridean island of Todday is an island of despair - marooned without whisky. When a ship is wrecked, the islanders learn that the cargo is whisky, bound for America. The authorities decide that finders should not be keepers, but the canny islanders have other ideas.
Screenplay by COMPTON MACKENZIE and ANGUS MACPHAIL
Produced by MICHAEL BALCON Directed by ALEXANDER MACKENDRICK
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Captain Paul Waggett:
What's really going on in the playground?
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Starring Kathryn Grayson as Margot and Gordon MacRae as Paul Bonnard/EI Khobar. El Khobar, daring leader of the Riffs, leads a complicated double life. As Paul Bonnard, mild-mannered anthropologist, he falls in love with Margot, the beautiful daughter of General Birabeau, but Margot only has eyes for the mysterious El Khobar.
This lavish version of the famous light operetta features the Sigmund Romberg score.
Screenplay by ROLAND KIBBEE
Directed by BRUCE HUMBERSTONE
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Professor Ya-Ya's Memoirs and Birds, Bees and Storks
Featuring Midlands v London Cardiff v Swansea
The first weekend of the Toshiba Divisional
Championship with London, the defending champions, travelling to Coventry.
Also news from the game at
Bristol where South West play host to the North.
Introduced by Chris Rea. Commentators:
Nigel Starmer-Smith and Lyn Davies Executive producer
With Jools Holland. Director PHIL CHILVERS
Series producer SHARON ALI
The top stories from the world of business, finance and economics.
Reporters: Robin Aitken ,
Peter Eustace , Tom Maddocks , John Pennycate ,
Michael Robinson and Nisha Steyn. Deputy editor
ALAN HAYDN GRIFFITHS Editor DAVID NISSAN
The Pan-American Highway is the world's longest road: 15,000 miles from Alaska down to Tierra del Fuego - except for one missing link. On the border between
Panama and Colombia lies a tangle of jungle and swamp that no road can cross. This is the Darien, the wildest and wettest expanse of rainforest in Central America. Two colourful Indian cultures dwell here among the ruins of gold mines and a vast swampland with a unique array of wildlife. This film charts naturalist and writer Jonathan Maslow's arduous trek through the last great American wilderness.
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This weekend sees the climax of the debate that created a Cabinet crisis when
Chancellor of the Exchequer Nigel Lawson resigned. The Council of Heads of Government meeting in Strasbourg will consider the economic and social future of Europe - including monetary union leading to the creation of a central European bank and common currency.
Vivian White looks at the issues of the Summit and examines the history of the man at its centre, Jacques Delors , President of the European Commission. His plan advocating European integration has brought him into direct conflict with Thatcher's Government. Produced and directed by PETER HILL
Editor JAMES HOGAN
Tonight: a masterclass featuring three of the most distinctive piano styles of the Americas. Leading exponents Chucho Valdes from Cuba, Allen Toussaint from New Orleans and Chicago bluesman Art Hodes reminisce and introduce the influences that shaped their playing. Series editors
NIGEL FINCH and ANTHONY WALL
Sex in the 90s
How is the risk of HIV affecting our sex lives? Are men more attractive if they carry a condom? Do we need safer sex in long-term relationships? If sex in the 70s was about performance, and sex in the 80s about protection, what about sex in the 90s?
Film editor MICHEL CLERFEUILLE Producer ANNA JACKSON (e)
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Starring Matt Dillon as Dallas and
An extraordinary cast, later labelled Hollywood's 'brat-pack', was seen for the first time in this moving story of small-town America, 1966, where the 'Socs', the rich kids, are at war with the 'Greasers' from the other side of town.
Screenplay by KATHLEEN KNUTSEN POWELL Produced by FRED ROOS and GRAY FREDERICKSON
Directed by FRANCIS COPPOLA
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With Antoine de Caunes.