Newlyweds' Easy Payments An RKO film
with Jeremy Paxman and Kirsty Wark
National and international news and analysis on the hour and half hour read by Jill Dando.
With the latest sports news from Sally Jones
Regional news and travel updates at 7.27, 7.57 and 8.27 Weather forecasts from
Francis"Wilson at 7.25. 7.55 and 8.25
Weather followed by Dallas
Shadow of a Doubt
Pam delves deeper into the mystery surrounding Mark Graison 's disappearance and arrives at a chilling conclusion.
Written by LEONARD KATZMAN Directed by NICK HAVINGA (R) (For cast see page 37)
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A sequence of yoga movements that builds up day by day into a routine that will stretch and exercise the entire body. The Fish (R)
Weather followed by Miniature Worlds
The seashore turns to desert when the tide goes out and rockpools become oases. Fish, prawns, worms, shrimps and sea anemones have perfected their survival techniques to cope - using everything from trench-digging to chemical warfare. There are fish that can live out of water, or stick to the rocks like limpets.
They all await the new tide - but will they survive that most dangerous of predators - the 9-year-old human with fishing net?
Written and narrated by Peter France
Producer PAUL APPLEBY
Series producer DILYS BREESE BBC Bristol (R)
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Andy Crane - starting with Play School
Presenters Floella Benjamin Robin Kingsland Story: Tiger Runs by DEREK HALL (R)
Benson and Hedges Cup Semi-final
TONY LEWIS introduces live coverage from the start of one of today's semi-final matches in this 55-overs-per-side competition. Commentators
KEITH MACKENZIE. ALAN GRIFFITHS including at
10.55 and 12.00
News and Weather
with Michael Buerk
Weather JOHN KETTLEY
Shane and Charlene plan to rekindle an old flame in Madge's heart.
Written by BETTY QUIN
TONY LEWIS introduces live coverage of the start of the afternoon's play.
Ginger Rogers Van Heflin
An apparently chance meeting with pretty young Nancy Ordway spells disaster for Broadway producer Peter Denver when she is found hanged in his apartment. Her death proves to be murder, with Denver the chief suspect, caught in a web of jealousy and intrigue in this glossy New York thriller.
Screenplay by NUNNALLY JOHNSON From a novel by PATRICK QUENTIN Produced and directed by NUNNALLY JOHNSON
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with Andy Crane starting with Pie in the Sky
Old Mother Hubbard
When the Pieman brings home a stray dog, the Piewife loses a day's baking and the Piepilot gains a friend...! Featuring Astra as Fido
Devised by CHLOE ASHCROFT and PETER GOSLING
Music PETER GOSLING Masks ANDY HALL
Producer SHARON MILLER
Series producer MICHAEL COLE (R)
Yogi Bear captains the SS Jelly Roger, an old-time sailing ship travelling the seas in search of treasures which they donate to charity.
A brand new quiz presented by Phillip Schofield
Eight contestants exercise their skills and knowledge of films, the cinema and cartoons. With questions on clips from the latest cinema and video releases and problems in the costume and special effects departments, who will become this week's Star Movie Makers?
Lights, camera, action! Director RICHARD KELLY
Producer CHRISTOPHER TANDY
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Last episode in the series by LEON GARFIELD The Last Birthday
The cat has been looking after the canaries! Barnacle needs all his courage and wits in facing up to his enemies.
Producer PAUL STONE
Directed by RENNY RYE (R)
with Nicholas WitcheU and Philip Hayton Weather BILL GILES
Join Terry and his guests for conversation and entertainment, live from the Television Theatre.
Peter Skellern , singer/ songwriter, Annabel Croft , tennis player and Eamonn Holmes , broadcaster, in their third lesson from top helmsman Harold Cudmore , as they attempt to learn to crew a racing yacht. Harold Cudmore goes into some of the finer points that have made his boats faster than most others. They are halfway through the week of lessons, with a real yacht race at the end.
Produced and directed by DON ANDERSON
Executive producer JOY WILUAMS BBC Northern Ireland
The prize may have been snatched from his grasp, but Sue Ellen discovers that JR's revenge is both swift and ruthless. Bobby comes to terms with his feelings for Kay, but Ray would appear to have become a habit that someone is determined not to give up....
Written by LEAH MARKUS Directed by DWIGHT ADAIR
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Anne Robinson with your comments in the programme you help to write.
Producer STEVE KELYNACK
Please send letters to: Points of View BBCtv Centre, London W12 8QT
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Martyn Lewis and Philip Hayton present the day's news with BBC teams at home and abroad
Regional News Weather
A report from inside South Africa
'You just say you're lucky your children are still alive.' So says the mother of a black 14-year-old boy who had suffered at the hands of the Security Police.
Documentaries from South Africa are rare these days because of the restrictions on reporting. This disturbing film focuses on the children of South Africa, both black and white, growing up under apartheid.
Some of the organised opposition to apartheid is taking place in the schools, so the children have become directly involved in the conflict.
Since the present State of Emergency came into force nearly two years ago, more than 10,000 children have been arrested and detained.
In this film, mothers, lawyers, priests and the children themselves allege that children as young as 11 have been tortured by the Security Police, and have been held for months in detention without charge. Many are said to suffer long-term physical and psychological damage. Narrated by Hugh Quarshie
PhotographyJIMI MATTHEWS Editor GRAHAM WHITLOCK Producer H. O NAZARETH
Director NICHOLAS CLAXTON
A Penumbra production for BBCtv
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Introduced by Steve Rider Championship Boxing live from Sheffield
Graham James Cook
In front of his home supporters in the City Hall, Herol Graham hopes to clinch the vacant British
Middleweight title against
James Cook of Peckham. The skilful Graham, who lost his unbeaten record to
Sambu Kalumbay a year ago, is now back as the number one contender to the new WBA world champion, and will be looking to end tonight's fight well before the end of the 12 rounds.
1988 European Football Championship
In what has been billed as the most open European
Championship ever, will
England fulfil the promise shown in Mexico; and can the Irish make their mark? BOB WILSON assesses the strengths of all eight teams, talks to some of the game's greatest ambassadors and speculates on 'the key men'. Cricket
Highlights from one of today's semi-finals in the Benson and Hedges Cup. Plus tennis news from the Stella Artois Championship Television presentation: Boxing BOB DUNCAN
Cricket KEITH MACKENZIE
Assistant editor GRAHAM FRY Producer CHARLES BALCHIN Editor JOHN ROWLINSON