in Morning Judge
An RKO film
with Jeremy Paxman and Kirsty Wark
with Andy Crane, assisted by Siobhan Mayer, Colin Heywood and Sue Devaney.
Starting with: The Pink Panther Show
Psst Pink, Never Bug an Ant, The Pink Blue Plate (R)
9.25 Record Breakers
with Roy Castle and Cheryl Baker
Joan Herbert tells how she crocheted her way into the record books, while Miss
Dessi attempts to hula hoop her way into them. And the Black Dog team challenges a world marbles speed record.
Director KATHRYN WOLFE Producer ERIC ROWAN (R)
9.50 Laurel and Hardy Teepee TV (R)
10.00 News; Weather
But First This!
The Really Wild Show
with Terry Nutkins, Nick Davies and Chris Packham
The cheetah is threatened with extinction. Why is it doomed to die out? On a lighter note, how many spines has a hedgehog? And how on earth do you count them? (R)
10.30 Play School
Presenters Elizabeth Watts, Wayne Jackman
Story: Through My Window by TONY BRADMAN and EILEEN BROWN
Director MARTIN FISHER (R)
10.55 Five to Eleven
with Maya Angelou
11.00 News; Weather
But First This! starting with:
Cartoon: Freeloading Feline
SOS Coast Guard
A classic cliffhanger serial in 12 thrilling chapters
2: Barrage of Death
Boroff and his deadly henchman Thorg are on the trail of the vital arnatite and Terry has reason to be grateful for coming top in his morse code class.
11.30 Take Nobody's Word for It
Presented by Carol Vorderman and Professor Ian Fells
In this first in a series of nine programmes, Margaret Thatcher explains why she gave up science for politics. Plus a report on a science museum in Holland, and how to print T-shirts.
Producer PATRICK TITLEY (R)
Weather followed by The Garden Party
Presented by Viv Lumsden and Eamonn Holmes
Debbie Greenwood and John Nicolson report on the personalities and the celebrities who are at the Glasgow International Garden Festival.
John Wells offers an insight into his version of Downing Street. And Paul Eddington joins Mary Marquis for lunch to share the inner secrets of Jim Hacker 's life in Yes, Prime Minister. Directors LIZ SCOTT
MAY MILLER , JOHN GILLESPIE SMITH Producers CHARLES NAIRN GORDON MACMILLAN Editor DAVID MARTIN
with Michael Buerk Weather BILL GILES
To board or not to board - that is the question facing Harold Bishop.
Writer DAVE WORTHINGTON
(For cast see page 67. Shown again tomorrow at 5.35pm)
John Cannon invites
Cochise's representative into the ranch house for peace talks but Apache renegades lay siege to the ranch.... (R)
Presented by Judi Spiers
Eamonn Holmes learns how to cook something easy and fast. Plus lesson one of Barbara Daly 's basic make-up course with the Newton family as guinea pigs.
Series producer ERICA GRIFFITHS
Producer CLARE BRIGSTOCKE (R) (e)
Roots of All Evil
Compromise is the order of the day when the boys fall out over a car and Annie and Valerie fall out over a tree. Written by R. J. COLLEARY (R)
Second heat of the international canoeing competition from the River Dee in North Wales.
With RICHARD FOX , defending Paddles Up champion from Great Britain.
Commentators CHRIS REA and JOHN GOSLING (R)
Clash and Carry Ski-Napper (R)
Simon Parkin - starting with Laurel and Hardy (R)
A 13-part serial by VALERIE GEORGESON from a story by MARGARET STUART BARRY 7 : Who is the mysterious fortune-teller at Lady
Fox-Custard's jumble sale?
Georgesuppliedby Ads Agency Producer ANGELA BEECMNG Director DAVID BELL (R)
The adventures of a family travelling stunt show of daredevil automobile acrobatics. But the Pole Position team aren't just stunt showmen, behind the scenes, they are secretly engaged in fighting crime.
with Dennis Weaver and Clint Howard The Competitor
In an effort to prove himself and win the leadership of a club, Mark foolishly swims into alligator-infested waters.
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with Sue Lawley and Nicholas Witchell
Weather John Kettley
'It's all about you, the Great British Public,' says Derek Jameson , along with reporters Jeni Barnett , Lucy Pilkington and Chris Serle. This week Jeni meets the Lincolnshire mother who's earned the title 'supermum' ... and has a most unusual family. Chris becomes a Punch and Judy man for the day at Llandudno. Will he remember what he learnt last week? Oh, yes, he will.
Guest reporter Triona Holden revisits Tony Simpson - a survivor of the Zeebrugge disaster. Fifteen months on his life has taken a dramatic turn for the better. And as ever, Derek will be asking, 'Hope and Glory! What's your story!'
Producer SARAH CAPUN
Series producer PETER BAZALGETTE
by Tony McHale,
"I want to pull my skin off, I want to die, I really want to die."
Bad Seed by JOHN FOSTER starring with and A woman reports her doctor husband missing. Kate compares his photograph with an artist's impression of a wanted man.
Producer GERAINT MORRIS Director MARC MILLER (R)
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Alan Titchmarsh with your comments in the programme you help to write.
Producer STEVE KELYNACK
Please send letters to: Points of View, BBCtv Centre. London W128QT
* RADIO TIMES LETTERS: page 80
with Michael Buerk and Philip Hayton
Regional News; Weather
Barbara Carrera Anthony Geary Kim Cattrall Kirstie Alley
In the late 1960s, a group of high-class
New York call girls are shocked into 'retirement' when one of them is brutally murdered. Years later, with the killer safe behind bars, the women begin receiving reminders of the killing.
Terry Halloran , once the den mother, now a respectable businesswoman, is contacted by one of the terrified girls. Unwilling to risk exposing her past, Terry finds herself drawn into a nightmare from which there seems no escape.
Screenplay by STEVE BROWN and DAVID SOLOMAN
Produced by STUART COHEN Directed by PETER HUNT
(First showing on British television)
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2: Queen Victoria
'Why should we continue to remember a woman who, by the conventional criteria of greatness, did not really achieve very much at all?' In the second of a six-part series of reappraisals, historian David Cannadine takes a sceptical look at the myths that surround the woman who created the modern monarchy.