in Sweet Cheat
An RKO film
with Frank Bough Sally Magnusson and Jeremy Paxman
Weather followed by Neighbours
Live coverage from Glasgow including the address by the President-Elect of the CBI, Sir Trevor Holdsworth , chairman of GKN, and including debates on investment and competitiveness: 'A Strategy for Industrial Excellence'. Commentators
NICK CLARKE , JAMES LONG including at
10.00* News and Weather
Andy Crane with programme news and birthday greetings followed by Play School
Noisy and busy are the sounds of the city - -people everywhere
Presenters Liz Watts Wayne Jackman
Story: The Noisy House on the High Street by URSULA DANIELS Director ADRIAN MILLS and King Rollo by DAVID MCKEE
The magician finds a way to get King Rollo to take a bath. Narrated by Ray Brooks (R)
with some children from Strand on the Green Junior School
Weather followed by CBI Conference 1987
The final session from
Glasgow including a debate on 'City and Industry', the analysis of a special CBI report examining the links between the financiers and Britain's vital industries; also the closing address by Sir David Nickson , current President of the CBI. including at
12.00* News and Weather
with Pamela Armstrong Alan Titchmarsh and Judi Spiers
Join the team for Britain s brightest magazine. Today
Floella Benjamin has advice for young mothers.
with Michael Buerk
The day's events from
Britain and around the world from the BBC newsroom.
Weather IAN MCCASKILL
Des starts getting poetic. Jim has important news for the family. Zoe blows the whistle on the mysterious caller.
A European general knowledge quiz hosted by Henry Kelly.
One contestant has already won a daily prize; now six remain to compete for the remaining daily and weekly awards which will bring them nearer to a chance of becoming the European quiz champion when they will be Going for Gold.
(A Reg Grundy Production in association with BBCtv)
Diana's loyalty to Chip causes a rift with Karen.
Abby hears news that makes her determined to become the new Mrs Gary Ewing. Val renews her acquaintance with Ben Gibson.
Written by RICHARD GOLLANCE Directed by LARRY ELIKANN
David wrecks his father's cherished sports car. Will their relationship ever be the same again?
Written by CHIP AND DOUG KEYES , JUDY PIOLI
Directed by HOWARD STORM
Over brunch in Paris Selina Scott discusses Claude Montana's new collection and his designs on fragrance. 'Allo 'allo, what's theez? - the latest leggy looks modelled by Helga with assistance from Herr Flick. In Worksop Jeff Banks teaches the teachers a thing or two about style and Caryn Franklin lets the kids run riot in the Clothesmobile.
Andy Crane starting with:
Henry's Cat: The Correspondence Course
by Bob Godfrey and Stan Hayward
with Michael Barrymore Mr Petal 's Headache
Today's story is about Peter Petal who wakes up one morning with a bouquet of flowers growing out from the top of his head!
Sebastian draws the pictures and Michael tries to keep fit. Devised and illustrated by DAVID MYERS
Producer CHRISTOPHER PILKINGTON (R)
Presented by Bruno Brookes
Aberdeen have high hopes with Oldmachar Academy competing today. Fat Boys look optimistic too in the pop video observation round, Wipeout!
Andy Crane goes behind the scenes to meet Simon, the Witch and the director of this new children's serial.
Roy Castle and Cheryl Baker host television's top record-breaking show. Thousands of revellers disrupt the tranquillity of the Royal Family's country park at Sandringham, Norfolk, in a bid to form the world's longest conga line.
Joan Herbert tells how she crocheted her way into the record books, while
Bulgarian circus star Miss
Dessi attempts to hula-hoop her way into them. And as the climax to this week's programme, in the Record Breakers studio, the Black Dog team from Sussex challenges a world marbles speed record that has stood for 16 years.
Designer GEORGE KYRIAKIDES Director KATHRYN WOLFE Producer ERIC ROWAN
A series of 24 programmes Episode 11 by BARRY PURCHESE
Grange Hill goes for a voyage of discovery on the Grand
Union Canal - but who's the stowaway on the boys' boat? This week's cast:
COVENTRY WATERWAYS SCHEME Devised by PHIL REDMOND Producer RONALD SMEDLEY Director JOHN SMITH (R)
Presented by Angela Rippon This is the third week of competition and the leader board is beginning to fill up with teams hoping to be among the top eight at the end of the qualifying rounds.
with Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell
Weather BERNARD DAVEY
by JOHN E. WATKINS starring William Gaunt and Patricia Garwood
Arthur and Beryl's plans to get away for a well-earned break are thwarted by unexpected domestic crises.
Director MARTIN SHARDLOW Producer ROBIN NASH (R)
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by Bill Lyons.
"That's no excuse. Mehmet's still a randy little Turk and we don't need him."
by ROY CLARKE starring Michael Aldridge Bill Owen , Peter Sallis
Joe Gladwin , Kathy Staff in Jaws
Edie's days of carrying a heavy dustbin full of rubbish are numbered - Seymour is going to install a new waste disposal unit to help her put most of it down the drain. All it needs is a more powerful than usual motor, a bit of assistance and hey presto...
Produced and directed by ALAN J. W. BELL (R)
Video, 'Last of the Summer Wine'.
BBCV/B 7028. £29. 95; and the feature-length film special video, 'Last of the Summer Wine: GettingSam Home '. BBCV/B 7055, £24.95, from retailers.
starring written by ANDREW NICKOLDS and STAN HEY
2: Leg of Darkness
Alex invests in some meat of dubious origin, so Julie, the kebab house's one-woman
Green Party, tries to convince Delbert of the difference between 'crucial' and 'critical'.
Music JOE DWORNIAK
Film cameraman COLIN MUNN Film recordist STEVE GATLAND Film editor COLIN JONES Sound ALAN MACHIN
Produced and directed by GEOFF POSNER
Martyn Lewis and Debbie Thrower with the day's pictures, stories and events from Britain and around the world.
Regional News Weather
Following awards at the San Francisco and Locarno festivals, After Pilkington won the top television accolade in Europe, the Prix Italia. By SIMON GRAY starring withGary Waldhorn and Mary Miller
'What's happened to Pilkington, our vanishing Don?'
The exciting rediscovery of a childhood sweetheart draws
James into a tangle of misunderstanding, intrigue and murder.
Designer GRAEME THOMSON Film editor DAN RAE
Photography ANDREW DUNN Produced by KENITH TRODD
Directed by CHRISTOPHER MORAHAN
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The CIS Insurance United Kingdom Indoor Singles
Indoor world champion TONY ALLCOCK should feature in this evening's match. He will play either KEITH HERRON of Ireland or Scotsman
HUGH DUFF who were opponents in the first round.
The second round is the best of five sets.
Introduced by DAVID ICKE from the Preston Guild Hall