Comedy starring Edgar Bergen
Wistful Vista is the home town of inventor Fibber McGee and the last place radio stars Bergen and McCarthy want to be.
Withjim Jordan, Marianjordan, Lucille Ball and Lee Bonnell. Director Allan Dwan (
(The sequel Here We Go Again is tomorrow6.45am) B/W
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With signing. Subtitled 94
Friday's proceedings in the Commons, Committees and the Lords.
Pathe News of 1953. A Griffin production for BBCtv
9.05 The Global Environment: The Troubled Sea
9.25 Job Bank
Painter and decorator and telephone canvasser
10.00 Go 4,5: Art
10.20 Music Time
10.45 Thinkabout Science: Going to the Moon: 1
11.00 Zig Zag: Mapmakers
11.20 Teaching Today
11.50 Le Cafe des Reves
12.10 The Geography Programme: Oases in the Desert
12.30 History File: The World Since 1945
12.50 Teaching Today
1.20-1.40 Children's BBC
with Chris Jarvis (Stereo)
1.20 Gordon T Gopher
1.30 Christopher Crocodile
1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair
1.40 Landmarks: Tudors and Stuarts
2.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather
followed by Numbertime
Note: repeats are not indicated
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Regional programmes shown yesterday at 2.00pm.
Steam across the Mountains
A look at the Zig Zag Railway in Australia.
Last in the multi-cultural comedy series. With special guest Norman Beaton.
Director Terry Jervis ; Producer Bill Wilson
Les prepares to go to the moon. Director Neil Mackenzie Matthews
Producer Graham K Smith Stereo
Why is science such a turn-off for teenagers? This month London's Science Museum hosted a European "sleepover" for children aimed at putting the fun back into science but the chances are that by their mid-teens British students will opt for the arts. Space expert Tim Parsons , of London's
Imperial College discusses the problem with the help of author Douglas Adams and Red Dwarf star Craig Charles. Producer Teresa Hunt
Executive producer Robin Bnghtwell
On the second day of the RAC Rally the teams left Birmingham for the 120-mile stage in Wales. With Steve Lee.
Last in the series filmed behind the scenes at London Zoo as it fought for its future.
Late 1991, and the battle is about to begin. David Jones , the zoo's director-general, and Colin Tudge , his leading opponent in the reform group, work on their plans for the future of the zoo. As Christmas approaches the tension mounts. Midgie, one of the zoo's two koalas, has fallen sick. Her keeper,
Frank Wheeler , nurses her day and night to keep her alive.
Meanwhile, David Jones waits for the telephone call that will announce his fate.
Producer Molly Dineen
Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff An RTO production for BBCtv
Historians and conspiracy theorists have tried to get inside the head of Lee Harvey Oswald for 30 years.
Now this feature-length episode of the time-travel drama, shown to mark the 30th anniversary of Kennedy's assassination, catapults Sam (Scott Bakula ) into Oswald's body and relives his experiences in the American military in Japan, meetings with the KGB in Moscow, and a fateful day in November 1963 when JFK's motorcade passed the Texas School Book Depository.
(Anew series of Quantum Leap starts in the NewVear) Subtitled
Lee Harvey Oswald:
More offbeat comic observations from the hospital bed of Victor Lewis-Smith .
With Nickolas Grace.
Written by Victor Lewis-Smith and Paul Sparks Producer Richard CursonSmith
Presented by Peter Snow.
The 22-second home movie filmed by Dallas dressmaker Abraham Zapruder is still the best-known image of the murder of President Kennedy. In the 30 years since the assassination, it has been bought, sold, stolen and subpoenaed, and remains the key evidence at the heart of most conspiracy theories. This Late Show special tells the story of the film that continues to haunt the American psyche.
Roundup of the day's action in the RAC Rally.
UK Championship highlights.
Personal and Social Development.