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The best of the overnight action introduced by Steve Rider. with Olympic summaries at
6.35, 7.35 and 8.35 from David Icke.
Also live coverage of the women's heptathlon and 3,000m heats, the men's shot put final, and heats of the 10,000m.

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Rider.
Unknown:
David Icke.
on BBC One London

Weather followed by Olympic Grandstand
Introduced by Bob Wilson and Sally Jones , with summaries by David Icke. Cycling
Semi-finals in the men's and women's sprints Commentator HUGH PORTER Gymnastics
Highlights of the women's all-round competition
Commentator BARRY DAVIES Swimming
Today's five finals begin at 11.05
Commentators ALAN WEEKS and HAMILTON BLAND Boxing
News of Britain's team at the Chamsil Gymnasium Commentators
HARRY CARPENTER and JIM NEILLY Tennis
Ladies' singles and men's doubles
Commentators DAN MASKELL and JOHN BARRETT
Plus news of medals won in fencing and shooting, and a report on the fourth day's racing at the Olympic regatta off Pusan. including at
10.00am News and Weather

Contributors

Introduced By:
Bob Wilson
Introduced By:
Sally Jones
Unknown:
David Icke.
Commentator:
Hugh Porter
Commentator:
Barry Davies
Unknown:
Harry Carpenter
Commentators:
Dan Maskell
Commentators:
John Barrett

Andy Crane - starting with 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 (R)

Contributors

Presenters:
Sheelagh Gilbey
Presenters:
Don Spencer
Unknown:
Niki Daly
Director:
Richard Brown
Producer:
Penny Lloyd
Producer:
Barbara Roddam
on BBC One London

Weather followed by Olympic Grandstand
Get in the swim with another packed programme of action from the Olympic pool.
Bob Wilson and Sally Jones introduce coverage of five finals - the men's 400m freestyle women's 100m butterfly men's 200m breaststroke women's 100m breaststroke and the men's 4 x 100m freestyle relay Commentators
ALAN WEEKS, HAMILTON BLAND ('Olympic Grandstand', is back at
2.20pm on BBC2) including at
12.00 News and Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Bob Wilson
Unknown:
Sally Jones

starring
F Victoria Principal I Gil Gerard
Bob Gifford is a L handsome, successful M lawyer.
Dr Diana M Dawson is a marine biologist who lives solely for her work. When they meet on opposing sides of an important environmental court case, Bob wastes no time in trying to add Diana to his list of female conquests.
Produced by LARRY KONNER Directed by STEVEN STERN
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Contributors

Unknown:
Gil Gerard
Unknown:
Bob Gifford
Unknown:
Dr Diana M Dawson
Produced By:
Larry Konner
Directed By:
Steven Stern
Diana:
Victoria Principal
Bob:
Gil Gerard
Wally:
Robert Webber
Martha:
Barbara Barrie
Andrew Saul:
Richard Kline
Prof Zakall:
Albert Hague

Presented by Sophie Aldred and Stephen Johnson with Jo Korna
How does a fridge work? What's the oldest sport? And why do important people walk on red carpets? Designer PAUL SUDLOW
Production ALISON STEWART Questions to: Comers. BBCtv. London W12 8QT
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Contributors

Presented By:
Sophie Aldred
Presented By:
Stephen Johnson
Unknown:
Jo Korna
Unknown:
Alison Stewart

Final episode Showdown
The final confrontation between Sandra and the villains.
Producer CATERINA DE NAVE Director WAYNE TOURELL
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Contributors

Producer:
Caterina de Nave
Director:
Wayne Tourell
Sandra:
Josie Vendramini
Mike:
Fraser Stephen-Smith
Gary Hohepa:
Neha Belton
Sonny:
Justin Kendall
Broadside:
Jason King
Jais:
Willy Weatherall

Episode 4 by DAVID ANGUS
Fiona takes Ronnie to the Funhouse disco. This week's cast:
(R)
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Contributors

Unknown:
David Angus
Mrs McClusky:
Gwyneth Powell
Mr Bronson:
Michael Sheard
Mrs Reagan:
Lucinda Curtis
Mr MacKenzie:
Nicholas Donnelly
Miss Booth:
Karen Ford
Mr Griffiths:
George A. Cooper
Mr Robson:
Stuart Organ
Miss Stone:
Madeline Church
Mrs Pearson:
Julia Goodman
Hip-hop DJ:
Ulric Brown
School DJ:
Freddie Brooks
Calley:
Simone Hyams
Jane:
Joann Kenny
Ronnie:
Tina Mahon
Fiona:
Michelle Gayle
Ziggy:
George Christopher
Robbie:
John Alford
Gonch:
John McMahon
Danny:
Jonathan Lambeth
Trevor:
John Drummond
Vince:
Steve West
Laura:
Fiona Lee-Fraser
Louise:
Alison McLaughlin
Fred:
Simon Vaughan
Helen:
Ruth Carraway
Georgina:
Samantha Lewis
Mauler:
Joshua Fenton
Mauler gang members:
Stuart McGregor
Mauler gang members:
Warren Jackson
Mauler gang members:
Ian Congdon
Paula:
Andrea Sharkey
Chrissy:
Sonya Kearns
Susi Young:
Lynne Radford
Justine:
Rachel Roberts
Matthew Pearson:
Paul Adams
Clarke Trent:
Darren Cudjoe
'Tegs' Ratcliffe:
Sean Maguire
Lucy Pearson:
Kerry Binns
Tony Trent:
Clive Parker
Nl boy:
Brendon Dixon
Boy in playground:
Steven Coe

with Desmond Lynam. The best of the action in Seoul. Athletics
Today's finals were the women's marathon, the men's shot put and the 20km walk. There was plenty of interest in the form of Messrs LEWIS and JOHNSON in the 100m heats. and CRAM. ELLIOTT and MCKEAN in the 800m. Swimming
Highlights of the five finals Gymnastics
The battle for the women's all-round title
Hockey
Action from the women's competition, where Britain faced the Netherlands.
Plus a round-up of the gold medals decided in fencing and shooting, and news of the start of the first Olympic table tennis tournament.

Contributors

Unknown:
Desmond Lynam.
Unknown:
Messrs Lewis

starring
Ronnie Corbett Ronnie Barker with Diana Dors
Gilly Flower
Ann Hamilton Lesley Hand
Barbara Keogh Joyce Latham Maeve Leslie
Neil McCarthy
Ronnie Hazlehurst and His Orchestra
Fred Tomlinson Singers Join Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett in a laughter-filled celebration of their 22-year association. Messrs Barker and Corbett have chosen their personal favourites from the many hilarious sketches and songs they have performed together over the years.
Written by BRYAN BLACKBURN DAVID NEWMAN , PETER OSBORNE PETER ROBINSON. LAURIE ROWLEY PETER VINCENT. GERALD WILEY
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Contributors

Unknown:
Ronnie Corbett
Unknown:
Ronnie Barker
Unknown:
Diana Dors
Unknown:
Gilly Flower
Unknown:
Ann Hamilton
Unknown:
Lesley Hand
Unknown:
Barbara Keogh
Unknown:
Joyce Latham
Unknown:
Maeve Leslie
Unknown:
Neil McCarthy
Unknown:
Ronnie Hazlehurst
Singers:
Fred Tomlinson
Unknown:
Ronnie Barker
Unknown:
Ronnie Corbett
Unknown:
Messrs Barker
Written By:
Bryan Blackburn
Written By:
David Newman
Written By:
Peter Osborne
Written By:
Peter Robinson.
Written By:
Laurie Rowley
Written By:
Peter Vincent.
Written By:
Gerald Wiley

Third in a ten-part series Drake's Drum by KEITH DEWHURST
'The fact is that I'm afraid. I cannot stem my guilt and I am numb with panic . . .'
Series created by JEREMY BROCK and PAUL UNWLN Script editors SUSAN BOX and HELEN GREAVES
Designer ANDREW PURCELL Producer GERAINT MORRIS
Director KEITH WASHINGTON
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Contributors

Unknown:
Keith Dewhurst
Unknown:
Jeremy Brock
Unknown:
Paul Unwln
Editors:
Susan Box
Editors:
Helen Greaves
Designer:
Andrew Purcell
Producer:
Geraint Morris
Director:
Keith Washington
Rev Vassar:
Julian Wadham
Charles:
Sebastian Shaw
Edith Hewlett:
Caroline John
Charlie:
Derek Thompson
Megan:
Brenda Fricker
Cyril James:
Eddie Nestor
Kiran Joghill:
Shaheen Khan
Sadie Tomkins:
Carol Leader
Alison:
Julie Graham
Lisa Duffin:
Cathy Shipton
Keith:
Geoffrey Leesley
Brown:
Tony Rohr
Mrs Cross:
Jane Wood
Kuba:
Christopher Rozycki
Dr David Rowe:
Paul Lacoux
Kris Cross:
David Dent
Roger West:
Peter-Hugo Daly
Monica:
Lesley Nightingale
Mary West:
Katherine Day
Valerie:
Susan Franklyn
Ewart:
Bernard Gallagher
Keith:
John Ringham
Monkeyman:
Johnny Barr
Shirley Franklin:
Ella Wilder
Michael:
Simon Williamson
Registrar:
Brian Capron
Mrs Unwin:
Gwenllian Davies
Man:
David Trevena

First of eight programmes
Written and narrated by Simon Winchester Korea is an ancient and richly cultural land, as can be seen in her dance, music and writing. Despite the twin tragedies of years of foreign domination and the division of the country, 35 years ago, into two implacably opposed political halves, much of Korean culture remains intact.

Omnibus investigates the extraordinary array of forces affecting the arts in South Korea today. There are particular problems to be faced by a country that some regard as one of the world's most successful economies, and some, including its radical students, feel it is in thrall to the United States of America.

Contributors

Writer/Narrator:
Simon Winchester
Film Cameraman:
Colin Waldeck
Film Editor:
Malcolm Daniel
Sound Recordist:
Bruce Gallaway
Producer:
Michael MacIntyre
Omnibus Editor:
Andrew Snell

Regional Variations (2)

Olympic Grandstand

BBC One London

with Steve Rider
Britain's ANDY HOLMES and STEVE REDGRAVE go for rowing gold, and LINFORD CHRISTIE goes in the men's 100m final. Timetable*
12.00 Athletics
1.00am Rowing/Swimming/ Athletics
3.00am Athletics
5.00am Gymnastics
6.00am Athletics
'Timings subject to alteration Athletics
12.30am Men's 400m
2.00am Women's 100m
3.00am Men's 100m semis
4.30am Men's 100m final
6.10am Men's 800m 2nd round Commentators DAVID COLEMAN RON PICKERING , STUART STOREY
BRENDAN FOSTER and KEVIN COSGROVE
Rowing
2.30am Men's Coxless Pairs
Commentators
GERALD SINSTADT and CHRIS BAILLIEU
Swimming
Women's 200m medley Men's 200m butterfly
Men's 100m backstroke
Women's 4 x 100m medley relay Men's 50m freestyle
Men's 1500m freestyle
Commentators ALAN WEEKS and HAMILTON BLAND Gymnastics
The men's apparatus finals. Commentators BARRY DAVIES with MITCH FENNER
Plus news of Great Britain's hockey match with the USSR. 0 OLYMPIC GUIDE: pages 9-34

Contributors

Unknown:
Andy Holmes
Unknown:
Steve Redgrave
Unknown:
Linford Christie
Commentators:
David Coleman
Commentators:
Ron Pickering
Commentators:
Stuart Storey
Unknown:
Brendan Foster
Unknown:
Kevin Cosgrove
Unknown:
Gerald Sinstadt
Unknown:
Chris Baillieu
Commentators:
Barry Davies
Unknown:
Mitch Fenner

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