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Cheryl Baker has all the ingredients for a scrummy breakfast show, with two live bands in the studio, a brand new video, and today's special recipe. Who will win the Baker's Dozen and become
Cheryl's Bakers?
Cheryl also goes out and about in the UK and Europe; where is she today?
Director Mick Dempsey
Producer Madeline Wiltshire
IDEAS: write to Cheryl Baker with any ideas at Eggs 'n' Baker, BBCtv, PO Box 27, Manchester M60 1SJ.

Contributors

Unknown:
Cheryl Baker
Director:
Mick Dempsey
Unknown:
Cheryl Baker

This morning's special guests include sports commentator John Motson and fashion expert Charlie Greene.
There's live music in the studio plus the latest pop videos, news and reviews.
Cartoon adventure is provided by The Raccoons and the Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles. Darren Day presents another edition of the Clockwise quiz, and Phillip Hodson deals with some more Growing Pains.
With Sarah Greene and Phillip Schofield , and featuring Trevor and Simon.
Editor Chris Bellinger

Contributors

Commentator:
John Motson
Unknown:
Charlie Greene.
Unknown:
Phillip Hodson
Unknown:
Sarah Greene
Unknown:
Phillip Schofield
Editor:
Chris Bellinger

Introduced by Desmond Lynam. Provisional Timetable
12.20 Ski-ing; 12.50 News
12.55 Racing; 1.10 Cricket
1.25 Racing; 1.40 Rallying
1.55 Racing; 2.10 Rugby union
4.40 Final Score
Rugby Union
Scotland v Wales
Royal Bank of Scotland international from
Murrayfield. The whole match live - kick off 2.30pm.
Can the Scots beat the Welsh three years in a row? It last happened in 1927. Commentary by Bill McLaren and Eddie Butler. Ireland v France
Digital international from Lansdowne Road.
Highlights at 4.00pm. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith and Hugo McNeill.
Ski-Ing
World Alpine Championships. Women's Giant Slalom from Saalbach, Austria. Vreni Schneider of Switzerland aims for a third successive win. Commentary by Julian Tutt.
Cricket
Australia v England
Highlights of the second day of the Fifth Test from Perth.
Racing
From Chepstow.
1.00 Johnsey Estates
Steeplechase (H'Cap. 2 '/2m)
1.30 Coral Bookmakers
Handicap Hurdle (2m)
2.00 John Hughes Grand National Trial
(Handicap. 3m 6f).
Commentary by Julian Wilson , Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
Rallying
Monte Carlo Rally. Steve
Rider with the opening round of the World Championships. Producer Martin Hopkins Editor John Philips

Contributors

Introduced By:
Desmond Lynam.
Commentary By:
Bill McLaren
Commentary By:
Eddie Butler.
Commentary By:
Nigel Starmer-Smith
Commentary By:
Hugo McNeill.
Commentary By:
Julian Tutt.
Unknown:
John Hughes
Commentary By:
Julian Wilson
Commentary By:
Richard Pitman
Commentary By:
Peter Scudamore.
Producer:
Martin Hopkins
Editor:
John Philips

With Moira Stuart.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
NEWS BY TELEPHONE: If you can't reach a television or radio. BBC News can now be heard on the telephone between 5.00am and 8.00pm by dialling [number removed] Calls charged at 33p per minute (cheap rate), 44p all other times.

Contributors

Unknown:
Moira Stuart.
Unknown:
Suzanne Charlton

Jimmy Savile makes some more dreams come true for people of all ages. Director Helen Gartell
Producer Roger Ordish
0 REQUESTS: if you have an unusual request for yoursetf or as a pleasant surprise for a friend, write to Jimmy Savile at BBCtv Centre. Wood Lane. London W 12 8QT.
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Contributors

Unknown:
Jimmy Savile
Director:
Helen Gartell
Producer:
Roger Ordish
Unknown:
Jimmy Savile

Starring John Nettles
My Friend Charlie. Charlie is offered the deal of a lifetime but is suspicious, and Bergerac is hired by an American to
'abduct' her father and send him back to Florida to stand trial for her mother's murder.
Episode written by Graham Hurley Producer George Gallaccio Director Michael Rolfe 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown:
John Nettles
Written By:
Graham Hurley
Producer:
George Gallaccio
Director:
Michael Rolfe
Jim Bergerac:
John Nettles
Charlie Hungerford:
Terence Alexander
Karl Goldmann:
William Hootkins
Cathy Goldmann:
Janet Amsbury
Giselle:
Irina Brook
Billy:
Otto Jarman
Willy Pettit:
John Telfer
Ben Lomas:
David Kershaw
Inspector Deffand:
Roger Sloman
Ellie:
Charmaine Parsons
Joey:
Pancho Russell
Hotel manager:
Stephen Rashbrook
Receptionist:
Sarah Buckley
Marina official:
Alan Thompson
Lara Goldmann:
Caroline Rolfe
Fabio:
Zeh Prado

A comedy series about two doctors, father and son, written by George Layton. Starring Tony Britton Nigel Havers
Both Toby and Tom have good reason to keep in with an eminent Peer of the Realm but nobody could foresee the disastrous outcome - and certainly not Lord Plimpton.
Director/Producer Harold Snoad (R) 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Written By:
George Layton.
Unknown:
Tony Britton
Unknown:
Nigel Havers
Producer:
Harold Snoad
Dr Toby Latimer:
Tony Britton
Dr Tom Latimer:
Nigel Havers
Angela:
Dinah Sheridan
Dr Charles Cartwright:
Simon Williams
Felicity:
Jane Booker
Madeline Latimer:
Susan Skipper
Gordon Addison:
Jeremy Sinden
Lord Plimpton:
Graham Crowden
Lady Plimpton:
Mary Llewellin
Maggie:
Jeanne Mockford
Art tutor:
Bernard Latham
Jackie:
Carla de Wansey

Starring Gary Cole
Three for the Money. The reunion of the Killian clan -
Jack, his younger brother
Frankie and their estranged father J J - begins with a punch in the mouth and develops into a mystifying adventure involving a stolen statue and murder.
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Contributors

Unknown:
Gary Cole
Jack Killian:
Gary Cole
jj:
Peter Boyle
Frankie:
Scott Valentine

Ruby Wax with Louie Anderson. Ruby gives Dawn
French encouragement before her interview on the Wogan show and finds Grace Jones in the ladies' cloakroom.
Director Juliet May
Producer Janet Street-Porter * COMEDY: page 10
● PICTURE STORY: page 39

Contributors

Unknown:
Louie Anderson.
Unknown:
Grace Jones
Producer:
Janet Street-Porter

Starring
William Shatner
Susan Blakely
What begins as an enjoyable high-school dance becomes a night of terror when a young girl is brutally murdered. In the aftermath, trusting parent Chuck Coburn finds that his daughter is missing and begins a dangerous investigation into the dark world of drugs, violence and street gangs.
Director Richard T Heffron * FILMS: pages 29-36

Contributors

Unknown:
William Shatner
Unknown:
Susan Blakely
Unknown:
Chuck Coburn
Director:
Richard T Heffron
Chuck Coburn:
William Shatner
Catherine Coburn:
Susan Blakely
Shakti Velasquez:
Roxann Biggs
Drew Coburn:
Jason Horst
Jaime Coburn:
Erika Eleniak

Symphonique
For more than 30 years
Dave Brubeck has been in the forefront of jazz composition and this concert, filmed at the Place des Arts in Montreal,
Canada, in July 1987, provides a spectacular showcase for the man and his music. With yet another generation of his famous Quartet, and accompanied by the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Brubeck leads the band through such notable numbers as Summer
Music, Blue Rondo a la Turk and Take the A Train. (R)

Contributors

Unknown:
Dave Brubeck
Music:
Blue Rondo

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