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Weather followed by Trades Union
Congress 89
The third day of the TUC presented by Vivian White and Ian Smith.
The trade union movement discusses one of the issues at the top of both its agenda and the Government's: education and training.
Producers ROSALEEN HUGHES
MARSH MARSHALL and CATHI MCGILL Engineering managers
GEOFFREY TAYLOR , GEOFFREY HIGGS Deputy editor ALEX GERUS Editor JAMES HOGAN including at
10.00am News and Weather

Contributors

Presented By:
Vivian White
Presented By:
Ian Smith.
Producers:
Rosaleen Hughes
Unknown:
Marsh Marshall
Unknown:
Cathi McGill
Unknown:
Geoffrey Taylor
Unknown:
Geoffrey Higgs
Editor:
James Hogan

Simon Parkin - starting with:

Playbus
which stops today at The Dot Stop
Storyteller: Iain Lauchlan.
Executive producer CYNTHIA FELGATE
Producer MICHAEL COLE
A FELGATE production for BBCtv (R)

10.50am The Bunyip: Possom
(R)

Contributors

Producer:
Cynthia Felgate
Producer:
Michael Cole
Dot:
Eithne Hannigan

Andy Crane - starting with The Snorks
Me Jo Jo You Daffney and Fine Fettered Friends (R)
4.35pm Soft Soap by Jan Needle.
Moreland TV's The Happies is about to go out live, but producer Patricia Wardle has sacked the leading actress. Director Julian is in a state and the technicians have walked off.
Music composed and performed by STEPHEN WARBECK.
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director MIKE BRADWELL (R)
5.00pm Newsround with Helen Rollason and Roger Finn.
Vital world events, happy happenings, and the latest in sport, in school and in space - just some of the things that make up Britain's top news show for children. Producer SUSIE STAPLES
Series producer NICK HEATHCOTE
5.05pm Gentle Ben
Two for the Sea
2: The Wedloes and aquarium men keep searching for Ben the bear and dolphin Marco Polo , who have swum out to sea together.

Contributors

Unknown:
Jo Jo You Daffney
Unknown:
Jan Needle.
Producer:
Patricia Wardle
Unknown:
Stephen Warbeck.
Producer:
Paul Stone
Director:
Mike Bradwell
Unknown:
Helen Rollason
Unknown:
Roger Finn.
Producer:
Nick Heathcote
Unknown:
Marco Polo
Mrs Happie:
Marsha Fitzalan
Claude:
David Dexter
Petunia:
Louise Cann
Mr Sadd:
Ian Ratcliffe
Darrell:
Peter Cunningham
Trace:
Camilla Power
Julie:
Emma Flett
Sally:
Samantha Harris
Mimi:
Shirin Taylor
Patricia:
Heather Chasen
Julian:
Tim McInnerny
Cyberman:
Mark Hardy

starring
Whatever Lola Wants by Brian Finch.
Things are not going too well between Jim and Susan, and his assignment to babysit a supergrass's mother can only make matters worse.
Series created by ROBERT BANKS STEWART Directed by NIGEL FINCH
Produced by GEORGE GALLACCIO (R) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Finch.
Directed By:
Nigel Finch
Produced By:
George Gallaccio
Det Sgt Bergerac:
John Nettles
Charles Hungerford:
Terence Alexander
Lola Betts:
Ann Mitchell
Joey Brown:
Ronald Lacey
Susan Young:
Louise Jameson
Chief Inspector Crozier:
Sean Arnold
Reggie Betts:
Ron Cook
Robert Ranzen:
Dean Harris
Det Con Willy Pettit:
John Telfer
Det Con Ben Lomas:
David Kershaw
Peggy Masters:
Nancy Mansfield
Tony Betts:
Adam French
Simon Blakeney:
David Milton-Jones
Pat Sullivan:
Joseph Crilly
Superintendent Stevenson:
Peter Harding
Rodney Melling:
Christopher Reich
Ford:
Julian Gartside
Gig:
Chris Sullivan
Ronnie:
Seymour Matthews

Second programme in this new series of investigative reports.
The Bounty Hunters
'I'm probably one of the last bounty hunters left in America,' says
Leonard Padilla , a gun-toting Mexican with a black sombrero.
Padilla and his two sidekicks go after fugitives who've jumped bail - and they boast a 100 per cent success rate. Are they romantic leftovers from the wild west, or villains running roughshod over citizens' rights? This film follows them in the pursuit and dramatic capture of an armed drug-dealer. Photography NIGEL MEAKIN Film editor MALCOLM DANIEL
Assistant producer CAIUS JULYAN Executive producer PAUL HAMANN Producer NADIA HAGGAR
* FEATURE: page 14
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Contributors

Unknown:
Leonard Padilla
Editor:
Malcolm Daniel
Producer:
Paul Hamann

Sportsnight returns for another season of weekly sport, with Steve Rider. World Cup Football
The pick of the action from a busy qualifying night.
England faced a difficult match in Sweden, while Scotland and Wales were away to Yugoslavia and Finland respectively. Only Northern Ireland had home advantage, against Hungary. Cricket
Highlights from one of today's semi-finals in the Refuge Assurance League. Plus a look ahead to this weekend's World Cup athletics meeting in Barcelona.
Television presentation: Football SUE ASHWORTH Cricket BOB DUNCAN
Assistant editor NIALL SLOANE Producer VIVIEN KENT
Editor JOHN ROWUNSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Steve Rider.
Unknown:
Ashworth Cricket Bob Duncan
Editor:
Niall Sloane
Producer:
Vivien Kent
Editor:
John Rowunson

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