in When Wifie's Away
An RKO film
with Jeremy Paxman and Sally Jones including BBC's Hospital
Watch live at 7.20 and 7.50.
Archie MacPherson presents the latest sports news and comment.
Cindy Williams as Shirley Penny Marshall as Laverne
Weather followed by Open Air
What did you think of last night's television?
Ring Eamonn Holmes on [number removed]
with Robert Kilroy-Silk
Weather followed by Going for Gold
Andy Crane with programme news and birthday greetings followed by Play School
Presenters Sheelagh Gilbey Don Spencer
Story: Joseph 's Other Red Sock by NIKI DALY
Musical director RICHARD BROWN Producer PENNY LLOYD
Series producer BARBARA RODDAM and The Wombles
Told by Bernard Cribbins (R)
with Gary Hope
Producer RALPH ROLLS
Weather followed by Open Air
Susan Rae and Bob Wellings round off the week and answer your queries.
Weather followed by Daytime Live with Pamela Armstrong Alan Titchmarsh
Ross Davidson and the best of British cooks in the finals of the campaign for Great British Food.
with Michael Buerk Weather BILL GILES
Paul meets the woman Jim 'spent the night with'. Zoe is left holding the baby.
Presented live by Frank Bough, Maggie Philbin, Debbie Thrower and Robbie Vincent on their last day in Liverpool. How do the patients they've come to know during the week now rate the Health Service?
Starring Victor Mature, Jean Simmons
A famous playwright's success keeps him apart from his wife and a rumour that he is to divorce her circulates round New York. The news shocks the couple's old friends who just can't believe it.
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Margo MacDonald answers your questions and passes on your advice on claiming Your rights.
Produced by BRYN BROOKS
Send your views to: Ask Margo BBCtv , London W12 8QT
Andy Crane - starting with Corners
Presented by Simon Davies and Sophie Aldred with Jo Koma
How are trampolines made? How does music get on to tapes? Why are some people left-handed?
Designer ROGER PARRIS
Director ALISON STEWART
Series producer ANNE GOBEY Questions to: Comers
BBCtv, London W12 8QT
Slumber Party Smarty (R)
by MARTIN RILEY
Told for Jackanory by Ann Morrish
Michael Grandage and Amanda Root
Today: Jack o'the World
The last of the series
Presented by Richard Crane
Guest Eve Jackson with contestants from:
THE GIRL GUIDES ASSOCIATION THE LONDON FEDERATION OF BOYS' CLUBS
THE PEEL YOUTH CLUB
ST JOHN AMBULANCE BRIGADE In the studio today microlight marathon pilot Eve Jackson offers the fabulous prize of her
London to Sydney sweatshirt to the winner of the viewers' question. Designer ROBERT STEER Director PETER LESLIE
Producer JUDY WHITFIELD
Around the world, there are millions of children with nowhere to live - their only home is the street. Central America has many 'street-kids' and from there two young Newshounds send a dramatic report. Paul Coyne , 13 from Gateshead and Laura Barnes , 14, from Larne in Northern Ireland, won a Newsroundl Sport Aid contest to find young journalists, and their assignment took them to the back streets of Guatemala City.
Director ANDREW MACGREGOR Editor JOHN CRAVEN
A series of 20 programmes Episode 12 by DAVID ANGUS
'Fresh and Fly' enter the Fun House hip-hop competition and Laura and her mother give a dinner party. Ronnie begins to get herself into serious trouble - and if Nick Kamen can get away with it, why can't Ziggy?
Director ALBERT BARBER (For cast see page 48)
A live update from Liverpool
with Sue Lawley and Philip Hayton
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Join Terry and his guests. Programme associate NEIL SHAND Director DAVID G. CROFT Producers
PETE ESTALL , JON PLOWMAN Series producer JOHN FISHER
Starring Les Dawson
His special guests this week: Karen Kay, Ian Krankie, Jeanette Krankie, Bill Owen, Anna Raeburn, Alvin Stardust
Produced in association with Mark Goodson and Talbot TV Ltd
'I killed a man. Does that make me some kind of hero?' - an anguished Steven is forced to come to terms with the deed done. Blake is invited to show his political colours, and Adam wonders what on earth Fallon and Jeff are doing back in Denver. Meanwhile, Alexis goes to the movies....
Written by FRANK V. FURINO Directed by IRVING MOORE
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with Martyn Lewis and Philip Hayton Regional News
with Easy Meat by DON WEBB Rockcliffe's team is in hospital. They are watching out for someone who is frightening the nurses. But when a nurse is hurt in their full view, they realise they have a different, and more urgent, situation on their hands....
Series devised by RICHARD O'KEEFFE Lighting PETER WEBB
Script editor JOAN CLARK Costume DENNIS BRACK
Producer LEONARD LEWIS Directed by CLIVE FLEURY
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The end of a week in hospital life, presented live by Frank Bough , Maggie Philbin Debbie Thrower and Robbie Vincent
The Royal Liverpool, Alder Hey and Broad Green hospitals have been your hosts for a week. The patients and staff will have consumed nearly two tons of meat, a ton of potatoes, used over 10,000 disposable bed pans and had around 3,000 X-rays. About 900 operations will have been done. For some patients, it will have been a special week; for the staff will it have been just another week?
starring Alan Alda Barbara Harris Meryl Streep
Joe Tynan is a liberal senator and a rising star in Congress who believes in supporting the people who put him into office. One day Joe may even get to be president....
But suddenly the political pressure is on when he finds himself caught between two opposing political factions.
In addition, his marriage is in jeopardy, as he gets involved with a beautiful lawyer. This story of love and ambition was the first feature film written by its star, Alan Alda.
Screenplay by ALAN ALDA
Produced by MARTIN BREGMAN Directed by JERRY SCHATZBERG
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