Becoming an actor.
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A teenager with Down's
Syndrome lands a major film part.
FILMStarring Gregory Peck
I Audrey Hepburn An American takes an apparently drunk girl home - not knowing she is a princess. Director William Wyler
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Torquay's centenary celebrations of Agatha Christie 's birth.
Twenty Years On: Tony Rebel
Rocker. A Hell's Angel becomes a businessman.
With Eric Thompson.
Followed by Sport on Friday With Helen Rollason.
2.40 PML Lightning Novices' Steeplechase (2m)
3.10 First National Steeplechase (Handicap. 3m)
3.40 Munns Hurdle Race
Mike Gatting looks forward to England v New Zealand.
FA Cup third round action. Producer Sharon Lence
Editor Philip Bernie
3.00pm News; Weather
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
A day in the life of Cambridge Veterinary School.
With Shyama Perera.
World Championship action.
Gerry and Sylvia Anderson 's "supermarionation" series. End of the Road. Eddie
Houseman visits his admirer
Tin Tin on Tracy Island. But earth tremors threaten his newly excavated mountain pass. Can International Rescue help without revealing their identities?
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A four-part classic sci-fi tale from 1965, written by Dennis Spooner. Starring William Hartnell
2: The Meddling Monk. The Doctor and his companions have landed in Britain of 1066. An invasion begins, and events at the monastery get stranger. With Peter Butterworth.
Producer Verity Lambert
Director Douglas Camfield
Fast-moving new magazine programme for teenagers. This week: a visit to Bristol - nice place if you skateboard, listen to pirate radio or are into hair engraving. Comic duo Trevor and Simon star in a series of mini-movies.
Also, a report on why every week 170 girls under the age of 15 become pregnant. Plus
John Hegley 's quirky look at the world. Series producer Roy Milani ● STEREO
Who's going to look after Heidi? That is the question that haunted Bernard and Pam Everett , whose 14-year-old daughter had been left crippled and brain-damaged by a car crash at the age of 3. Conventional damages awards, paid in a lump sum, often run out while the claimant is still alive. But the Everetts from
Norfolk have benefited from a new system, known as a Structured Settlement. Heidi's financial future is now secure - she could get up to Z9 million. The teenager enjoys school, her trips out and a special visit to meet her idol -
Jason Donovan. Laurie Mayer reports. Producer David Hanington (First snown on BBC East)
Most people's first garden is not a virgin plot but an existing garden with a few virtues - and many vices. Geoff Hamilton and Gay Search show in a six-part series how to tackle a wide range of problems, from trees past their time to a leaky pond, from a dreadful lawn to a weed-infested rockery, and how even an uncompromising garden can be transformed quickly into a source of light. "When you inherit someone else's gardening disaster, it can be a bit disheartening - or a thrilling challenge,"says Hamilton. Producer Mark Kershaw
Executive producer Tony Laryea
A Catalyst Television production for BBCtv
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FILM First showing on I network television.
Mary Graving is a talented writer and a divorced mother, who hosts a radio show. As she investigates the lives of the townsfolk, she becomes aware of the crisis in her own life.
With Pamela Reed and Craig T Nelson. Director Sandy Smolan ● FILMS: pages 25-29
A look at the week's press. A Granada production for BBCtv
Embassy World Championship, coverage of the semi-finals. ● STEREO