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with John Mountford and Sally Magnusson
Including this morning:
Save our Soccer - Breakfast Time joins forces with the Football Association;
New pop videos at 7.32;
Lynn Faulds Wood presents Danger Watch at 8.15;
Glynn's Barrow - weekend shopping and price advice from Glynn Christian;
Alan Titchmarsh answers your gardening queries - ring him on [number removed].

Contributors

Unknown:
John Mountford
Unknown:
Sally Magnusson
Unknown:
Alan Titchmarsh

Tom Sawyer 's Aunt Sally has mistaken Huck for Tom, so he pretends he is. He borrows a wagon to collect his things from the raft and on the way meets Tom. Tom says he will become his own brother, Sid. Then the two boys see the Duke and the Dauphin, tarred and feathered, being booted out of town. Back at the farm, they find Jim, the slave, locked in a hut. They plan the grandest rescue story ever. 25: The Rescue
Writer HERB PURDUM
Director KEN JUBENVILLE (For cast list see page 34. R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Tom Sawyer
Director:
Ken Jubenville

featuring Tony Hart and Gabrielle Bradshaw Backwards, Forwards, Sideways
Make pictures using movements: invisible pictures are brought to life, twigs are bound together, straight lines become bent. (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Tony Hart
Unknown:
Gabrielle Bradshaw

Presenter Chloe Ashcroft Guests Wayne Jackman and Eithne Hannigan
Story: Mrs Pip of the Pops by MIKE SULLIVAN
Musical director MICHAEL OMER Percussion LYN EDWARDS Film editor CHRIS GILDERS Producer MARTIN FISHER
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM Editor CYNTHIA FELGATE

Contributors

Presenter:
Chloe Ashcroft
Unknown:
Wayne Jackman
Unknown:
Eithne Hannigan
Unknown:
Mrs Pip
Unknown:
Mike Sullivan
Director:
Michael Omer
Director:
Percussion Lyn Edwards
Producer:
Martin Fisher
Editor:
Cynthia Felgate

from Hickstead featuring
The Silk Cut Derby Trial The build-up to the Hickstead Derby, one of the greatest show jumping events of the year, starts today. The riders will get their first look at the Derby Bank and the Devil's Dyke, the two obstacles which will play such a large part in the proceedings this weekend. Introduced by DAVID VINE

Contributors

Introduced By:
David Vine

A four-part series by BOB BLOCK
1: It's camping time for Rentaghost when the varnished chairs vanish
- the Perkins squirt Meaker in the eye and Claypole dodges the decorations with his dedications!
Dobbin, the pantomime horse Devised by BOB BLOCK
Incidental music by JONATHAN COHEN Film director DAVID CRICHTON Producer JEREMY SWAN (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Bob Block
Unknown:
Bob Block
Music By:
Jonathan Cohen
Director:
David Crichton
Producer:
Jeremy Swan
Timothy Claypole:
Michael Staniforth
Harold Meaker:
Edward Brayshaw
Ethel Meaker:
Ann Emery
Hazel the McWitch:
Molly Weir
Nadia Popov:
Sue Nicholls
Rose Perkins:
Hal Dyer
Arthur Perkins:
Jeffrey Segal

Terry's was a lonely life at the bank in Dublin.
Sometimes he would conduct question-and-answer sessions with himself. Many erstwhile scholars cite this as the reason for his incessant chattering today. Make your own mind up tonight.

Last of the series, starring
Passions
Melissa, the 'Black Widow', escapes from jail, swearing to get even with Jack and Dani. Lured into what Melissa mockingly calls 'the house that Jack built', the glamorous duo find themselves trapped with a bomb on their hands and the clock ticking away....
Written by DOUG HEYES JR
Directed by DON CARLOS DUNAWAY
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Contributors

Written By:
Doug Heyes Jr
Directed By:
Don Carlos Dunaway
Dani:
Jennifer O'Neill
Jack:
Antony Hamilton
and as Henry Towler:
Richard Anderson
Melissa:
Martine Beswick
Luck:
Branscombe Richmond
Sonja:
Galyn Gorg
Senator Chisholm:
Joe Dorsey
Steven:
Tod Kutches

Ron and Val Taylor filmed the most dangerous shark in the world in dramatic close-up for the film Jaws.
For the past 30 years, first as underwater hunters, then as film-makers, these two Australian divers have been taking ever greater risks to get close to sharks in action. Narrated by Ian Holm
Produced by CASEY JONES
Photographed by RON TAYLOR
BBCtv presentation by NEIL NIGHTINGALE
BBC Bristol
BACK PAGES: 78

Contributors

Unknown:
Val Taylor
Unknown:
Ian Holm
Produced By:
Casey Jones
Unknown:
Ron Taylor

Barry Norman discovers
American game shows - the liveliest, most outrageous programmes on television. Join him and meet: a millionaire game show host, the world's most successful contestant, and young couples who made the Love Connection.
Plus ... the most expensive game show ever, and sexy goings-on in a Hollywood church hall.
Film editor DICK PULL
Producer CHARLES MILLER (R) A dismaying demonstration of grossness and greed (DAILY MAIL) Very revealing (LONDON STANDARD) A dire warning (THE GUARDIAN)

Contributors

Unknown:
Barry Norman
Producer:
Charles Miller

starring
Donald Sutherland Julie Christie NICOLAS ROEG 'S psychic thriller adapted from a Daphne du Maurier short story.
Following the tragic drowning of their young daughter, John and Laura Baxter go to Venice - he to work, she to recuperate. They meet two sisters, one of whom is blind and who disturbingly tells Laura she can communicate with the dead child. The young couple subsequently become involved in a series of bizarre happenings that can only lead to tragedy.
Screenplay by ALLAN SCOTT and CHRIS BRYANT
Produced by PETER KATZ Directed by NICOLAS ROEG
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Contributors

Unknown:
Donald Sutherland
Unknown:
Julie Christie
Unknown:
Nicolas Roeg
Unknown:
Allan Scott
Unknown:
Chris Bryant
Produced By:
Peter Katz
Directed By:
Nicolas Roeg
Laura Baxter:
Julie Christie
John Baxter:
Donald Sutherland
Heather:
Hilary Mason
Wendy:
Clelia Matania
Bishop Barbarrigo:
Massimo Serato
Inspector Longhi:
Renato Scarpa
Anthony Babbage:
David Lee
Mandy Babbage:
Ann Rye
Johnny Baxter:
Nicholas Salter
Christine Baxter:
Sharon Williams
Dwarf:
Adeline Poerio

BBC One London

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