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Weather followed by Open Air
Join Eamonn Holmes and Jayne Irving in the studio. Call [number removed]to take part. Today's guest is Entertainment USA's Jonathan King.

Contributors

Unknown:
Eamonn Holmes
Unknown:
Jayne Irving
Unknown:
Jonathan King.

Simon Parkin - starting with Playbus
The Playground Stop
Where Dave finds a dragon, Liz makes some jumping creatures and Lizzie tries to be a clap-a-jump-a-shake-a-supersaurus! Presenters: Dave Benson Phillips and Elizabeth Watts.
Storyteller: Zoe McAvoy. Puppeteer: Jane Eve.
Story: Purnima 's Parrot by Feroza Mathieson.
Illustrator: Anna Louise. Music JONATHAN COHEN Producer SHEILA FRASER
A Felgate production for BBCtv
10.50am
Rupert the Bear
Based on the stories by Alfred Bestall.
Storyteller: Ray Brooks.
Rupert and the Secret Boat (R)

Contributors

Presenters:
Dave Benson Phillips
Presenters:
Elizabeth Watts.
Unknown:
Zoe McAvoy.
Unknown:
Feroza Mathieson.
Unknown:
Anna Louise.
Music:
Jonathan Cohen
Producer:
Sheila Fraser
Stories By:
Alfred Bestall.
Unknown:
Ray Brooks.

Weather followed by Open Air
Join Eamonn Holmes and Jayne Irving in the studio. Call [number removed]to take part. Roy Sheppard is out on the road bringing the camera to the viewer, and your television teasers are answered in Query Corner. Producer ALISON MORSE

Contributors

Unknown:
Eamonn Holmes
Unknown:
Jayne Irving
Unknown:
Roy Sheppard
Producer:
Alison Morse

Weather followed by Daytime Live
The lunchtime magazine live from Pebble Mill.
Today Sue Stirling opens her latest casebook in Making Choices. Plus the real life
Home Guard meet the people who brought you television's top comedy, Dad's Army. With Andy Craig and Judi Spiers.

Contributors

Unknown:
Pebble Mill.
Unknown:
Andy Craig
Unknown:
Judi Spiers.

The first of the quarter-finals. Both contestants have already won two rounds of Four Square, so they know how to grapple with the 'gremlins' and face up to the Maze. Join them and see if you can beat the possible Four Square champion of 1989. Hosted by John Sachs.

Contributors

Unknown:
John Sachs.

starring and An airline crash-lands in the South American jungle, leaving the passengers at the mercy of savage head-hunters.
Written by JONATHAN LATTMER Produced and directed by JOHN FARROW
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Contributors

Written By:
Jonathan Lattmer
Directed By:
John Farrow
Bill:
Robert Ryan
Rena:
Anita Ekberg
Vasquel:
Rod Steiger
Louise:
Phyllis Kirk
Joe:
Keith Andes
Ellis:
Gene Barry
Crimp:
Fred Clarke
Martha:
Beulah Bondi

Craig Charles : what mood is in the air? 'On the air', ask: 1: Pete Waterman - how do SAW get it right? 2: Bandera - the new Miami sound, is it hot? 3: SYJO - Strathclyde Youth
Jazz Orchestra - is it where it's at in Glasgow? 4: Paul Patterson - how does he make 'horror' musical? 5: Does Black's Sweetest Smile describe his mood? 6: Hilliard Ensemble - did they get 'moody' in olden times? 7: Justin Hayward of the Moody Blues to seal it with a Kiss.
Musical director ALLAN ROGERS Director TIM GRAHAM Producer PIPPA DYSON

Contributors

Unknown:
Craig Charles
Unknown:
Pete Waterman
Unknown:
Paul Patterson
Unknown:
Justin Hayward
Director:
Allan Rogers
Director:
Tim Graham
Producer:
Pippa Dyson

Helen goes for her first day's work experience and finds it rather daunting to be the only girl on the factory floor.
Devised by PHIL REDMOND Producer RON SMEDLEY Director JOHN SMITH (R) eCEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Producer:
Ron Smedley
Director:
John Smith
Mr Bronson:
Michael Sheard
Mrs McClusky:
Gwyneth Powell
Mr Griffiths:
George A Cooper
Mr MacKenzie:
Nicholas Donnelly
Miss Booth:
Karen Ford
Mr Robson:
Stuart Organ
Mr Aldridge:
Jack Galloway
Mrs Young:
Jenny Lee
Neil:
Garry Patrick
Workmate:
Neville Watson
Receptionist:
Gillie Gratham
Alison:
Kelly Cryer
Jeanette:
Joanna Bright
Helen:
Ruth Carraway
Georgina:
Samantha Lewis
Fiona:
Michelle Gayle
Mauler:
Joshua Fenton
Ted:
Ian Congdon-Lee
Gonch:
John McMahon
Ziggy:
George Christopher
Ronnie:
Tina Mahon
Trevor:
John Drummond
Robbie:
John Alford
Calley:
Simone Hyams
Mandy:
Melanie Hiscock
Vince:
Steve West
Susi:
Lynne Radford
Chrissy:
Sonya Kearns
Clarke:
Darren Cudjoe
Matthew:
Paul Adams
Tegs:
Sean Maguire
Justine:
Rachel Roberts
Footballer:
Elvince Somaroo
Cleaner:
June Bernice
Officeworkers:
Nic Common
Officeworkers:
Fernand Monast
Officeworkers:
Laurie Goode

This week: Howard
Stableford goes water ski-ing - without a power boat; why is the familiar bicycle so slow to change, and whatever happened to all those clever new ideas Tomorrow's World has shown over the years? With Judith Hann and Peter Macann.
Producers CYNTHIA PAGE.
JACK WEBER. KATHARINE EVERETT Studio director PHILIP DOLLING Editor RICHARD REISZ

Contributors

Unknown:
Judith Hann
Unknown:
Peter MacAnn.
Unknown:
Jack Weber.
Unknown:
Katharine Everett
Director:
Philip Dolling
Editor:
Richard Reisz

by Liane Aukin.
"I'm telling you Pat, tonight I'm kipping over here, outside Paul's door."
(Ceefax subtitles)

Contributors

Writer:
Liane Aukin
Devised by:
Tony Holland
Devised by:
Julia Smith
Series Designer:
Bernard Lloyd-Jones
Series Script Editor:
John Maynard
Producer:
Mike Gibbon
Director:
Darrol Blake
Wicksy:
Nick Berry
Vince:
Hepburn Graham
Marge:
Pat Coombs
Dot Cotton:
June Brown
Trevor:
Phil McDermott
Frank:
Mike Reid
Pat:
Pam St Clement
Sharon:
Letitia Dean
Paul:
Mark Thrippleton
Kathy:
Gillian Taylforth
Laurie:
Gary Powell
Julie:
Louise Plowright
Ethel:
Gretchen Franklin
Michelle:
Susan Tully
Danny:
Saul Jephcott
Arthur:
Bill Treacher
Pete:
Peter Dean
Ian:
Adam Woodyatt
Ricky:
Sid Owen
Marie:
Vicky Murdock
Rod:
Christopher McHallem
Ashraf:
Aftab Sachak
Sohail:
Ronny Jhutti

by David Croft and Jimmy Perry
Starring Arthur Lowe as Captain Mainwaring, John Le Mesurier as Sergeant Wilson and Clive Dunn as Cpl Jones

Captain Mainwaring and the platoon help a widowed lady friend of Private Godfrey to gather the harvest. (R)

Contributors

Writer/Producer:
David Croft
Writer:
Jimmy Perry
Design:
Paul Joel
The Voice of [Singer, signature tune]:
Bud Flanagan
Captain Mainwaring:
Arthur Lowe
Sergeant Wilson:
John Le Mesurier
Cpl Jones:
Clive Dunn
Pte Frazer:
John Laurie
Pte Walker:
James Beck
Pte Godfrey:
Arnold Ridley
Pte Pike:
Ian Lavender
ARP warden:
Bill Pertwee
Mrs Prentice:
Brenda Cowling
Vicar:
Frank Williams
Verger:
Edward Sinclair
Pte Sponge:
Colin Bean
Judy:
April Walker
Olive:
Tina Cornioli

Questionmaster: David Coleman.
Team captains:
Bill Beaumont , Ian Botham. There's is a strong Scottish flavour tonight - three of the guests play their sport north of the border. Bill lines up with Finlay Calder , the Scottish captain who led the Lions to a famous Test series victory against Australia, and Sam Torrance who was one of the team that successfully defended the Ryder Cup for the second time against the USA. Ian is joined by the Essex and England captain Graham
Gooch who this winter will be touring the West Indies without him, and Terry Butcher , the Rangers and England defender with over 60 caps for his country. Director MICK DEMPSEY Producer MIKE ADLEY
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Contributors

Unknown:
David Coleman.
Unknown:
Bill Beaumont
Unknown:
Ian Botham.
Unknown:
Finlay Calder
Unknown:
Sam Torrance
Unknown:
England Captain Graham
Unknown:
Terry Butcher
Director:
Mick Dempsey
Producer:
Mike Adley

A series of ten programmes.
6: Up Jumped a Swagpersonby Murray Smith.
Ma Kane 's ghost appears to haunt the Kane brothers, while the hunt for cop-killer Peter Noonan intensifies.
Music DAVE LAWSON
Director of photography ALAN JONES
Editor JOHN S. SMITH
Director LAWRENCE GORDON CLARK Producer SELWYN ROBERTS
A Zenith production for BBCtv
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Contributors

Unknown:
Murray Smith.
Unknown:
Ma Kane
Unknown:
Peter Noonan
Music:
Dave Lawson
Editor:
John S. Smith
Director:
Lawrence Gordon Clark
Producer:
Selwyn Roberts
Frank Kane:
Don Henderson
Danny Kane:
Leslie Grantham
Det Insp Rosy Campbell:
Kitty Aldridge
Det Insp Sarah Turnbull:
Caroline Bliss
Carol Kane:
Barbara Wilshere
Polish Joe:
Leon Herbert
Jonjo 0' Brady:
Peter Gowen
Det Chief Supt Graham:
Frederick Warder
Det Sgt Fielding:
Nigel Harrison
Det Insp Fairweather:
James Saxon
Det Con Lambton:
Thomas Craig
Det Con Milligan:
Pete Lee Wilson
Peter Noonan:
Philip Martin Brown
Ron Blythe:
Kevin Williams
Clara Malone:
Sheila Keith
Martin Noonan:
Michael Mulkerrin
Nick 'the Enforcer':
Collett Shend
Blind Michael Dunn:
Gordon Winter

The Rachel Papers is based on the first novel by Martin Amis , son of Kingsley Amis, and is directed by Damian Harris , son of Richard. The cast also includes
Jonathan Pryce , James Spader and Michael Gambon. Jean Paul Gaultier, fashion's enfant terrible, has recently designed the costumes for
Peter Greenaway 's The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her
Lover. Tonight, a look at the connection between fashion houses and the film industry. Plus video market news. Director ALEXANDRA BEAZLEY Producer BRUCE THOMPSON
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Contributors

Novel By:
Martin Amis
Directed By:
Damian Harris
Unknown:
Jonathan Pryce
Unknown:
James Spader
Unknown:
Michael Gambon.
Unknown:
Jean Paul
Unknown:
Peter Greenaway
Director:
Alexandra Beazley
Producer:
Bruce Thompson
Unknown:
Barry Norman

'The band you could get together now would really swing the golden gates,' imagines the American jazz musician and composer
Dave Brubeck. Reflecting on his friendship with such greats as Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington, Dave tells Bishop Richard
Holloway that 'more and more of the good guys are going up there.'
Director ANN RICHARDSON
Producer HELEN ALEXANDER

Contributors

Unknown:
Dave Brubeck.
Unknown:
Louis Armstrong
Unknown:
Bishop Richard
Director:
Ann Richardson
Producer:
Helen Alexander

starring
The Killer Within
An amateur photographer wants to protect her sister against an ex-boyfriend.
Written by ROBERT MALCOLM YOUNG Directed by DON CHAFFEY
Based on characters created by ROBERT B. PARKER

Contributors

Written By:
Robert Malcolm
Directed By:
Don Chaffey
Unknown:
Robert B. Parker
Spenser:
Robert Urich
Susan:
Barbara Stock
Hawk:
Avery Brooks
Diane:
Nancy Paul

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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