of Saturday Night
' How did you spend last Saturday night? How will you be spending this morning? y Listening to this programme ... OK?
(Sir Ian Trethowan ,
Director-General, BBC) starring David Jason Sheila Steafel and, Jon Glover
Script by LAURIE ROWLEY
ANDY HAMILTON , GUY JENKIN COLIN BOSTOCK-SMITH , RORY MCGRATH. CHARLIE ADAMS and BOB SINFIELD
Music by NICK BICAT
Lyrics by ALISTAIR BEATON Producer JIMMY MULVILLE (Repeated: Tues 10.30 pm)
12.55 Weather;' programme news
introduced by Sue MacGregor including during the week some Talking Point discussions, Your Letter* and other items.
Among those today
Collecting: advice and anecdotes from DAVID BENEDICTCSa
Give a Dog a Bad Name!: RON ALLDRIDGE reassesses some animal reputations. 1: The Bat
Editor WYN KNOWLES
A new series of the antidote to panel games. The long-awaited rematch between
Tim Brooke-Taylor and Willie Rushton and Graeme Garden and Barry Cryer for the 1981 Golden Dustbin Award. Accompanied by COLIN SELL
Chaired by Humphrey Lyttelton
Producer GEOFFREY PERKINS
A Man in the Garden by RACHEL WYATT with Who is the man who comes to the bottom of the garden and stares up at the cottage? Inside,
Caroline remembers her father: did he really kill her mother? When
Rosemary and Michael come for their comfortable weekend, they too are uneasy, their routine disturbed by Caroline's obsession.
Directed by MICHAEL HEFFERNAN
(Repeated: Sun 2.30 pm)
Man in the garden:
Women in the bar:
Women in the bar:
includes Outland, a new film starring
SEAN CONNERY , which has been described as ' High Noon in outer space '! ; and Patrick Caulfield ,
Paintings 1963-1981, selected by the artist himself, at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool.
Presenter Chris Powllng Producer RICHARD DUNN Editor ROSEMARY HART
Black Mischief by EVELYN WAUGH abridged in ten parts by BARRY CAMPBELL Read by Nigel Hawthorne (1)
Seth, Emperor of Azania, BA (Oxon), hires Basil Seal as Minister of Modernisation; and into the melting-pot of this ancient, independent African kingdom
Basil stirs his own, outrageous ingredients. Producer
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