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The story at the Playground Stop is "Alex's Outing." With Dave Benson Phillips and Elizabeth Watts.
Playdays Magazine: 45p, on sale Wednesday.

Contributors

Presenter:
Dave Benson Phillips
Presenter:
Elizabeth Watts

Chris Baines reports on the battle to control the future of Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland. Introduced by John Craven.
Including at 12.55pm the weather for the week ahead.

Contributors

Presenter:
John Craven
Reporter:
Chris Baines

Starring George C Scott, Michael Sarrazin

A Southern soldier on the run meets up with a confidence trickster. They swindle their way through crazy adventures.

Films: page 38

Contributors

Based on the novel "The Flim-Flam Man" by:
Guy Owen
Director:
Irvin Kershner
Mordecai Jones:
George C Scott
Curley Treadaway:
Michael Sarrazin
Bonnie Lee Packard:
Sue Lyon
Sheriff Slade:
Harry Morgan
Mr Packard:
Jack Albertson
Mrs Packard:
Alice Ghostley
Deputy Meshaw:
Albert Salmi
Jarvis Bates:
Slim Pickens

From Whitehaven, Cumbria, where chairs rescued from a bonfire and salvaged tiles make their owner's day.

Book: Antiques Roadshow: Tiaras, Tallboys and Teddy Bears, £4.99 from booksellers.
Magazine: Antiques Roadshow Collection, details on page 18
(Teletext subtitles: page 888)

Contributors

Producer:
Christopher Lewis

A series of programmes dealing with strong emotions. The death of Narayan's son from Wilson's disease, diagnosed too late, brought anger and guilt as well as overwhelming grief.

Helpline: freefone [number removed] today, from 6.15pm to 10.15pm
Free Booklet: OK2 Introduction to Counselling, supported by the Mental Health Foundation. Send a large sae with a 32p stamp to, [address removed].
Book: same title, £4.99 from booksellers.
(Teletext subtitles: page 888)

Contributors

Producer:
Dick Foster

From Westminster Abbey.
Debbie Thrower joins the choir and congregation, surrounded by reminders of the nation's Christian heritage.

Hymns: Glory to God (Highwood); King of Glory (Gwalchmai); Ecce Dominus, E W Naylor; Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation (Westminster Abbey); God Is Love (Theodoric); Forth in Thy Name (Angel's Song); We Have a Gospel (Fulda).

(Teletext subtitles: page 888)

Contributors

Presenter:
Debbie Thrower
Editor:
Roger Hutchings

Comedy series written by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey.

Jacko continues his search for the perfect woman.

Comedy: page 4
(Teletext Subtitles: page 888)

Contributors

Writer:
John Esmonde
Writer:
Bob Larbey
Director/Producer:
John B Hobbs
Jacko:
Karl Howman
Eric:
Mike Walling
Jean:
Nicky Croydon
Sandra:
Jackie Lye
Veronica:
Elizabeth Counsell
Elmo:
Howard Lew Lewis
Lesley:
Erika Hoffman
Marcello:
Bogdan Kominowski
Lynn:
Catherine Terry

A classic comedy written by Carla Lane, starring Wendy Craig, Geoffrey Palmer

It is time for Ria to break away from the family, but as Ben's ego is at stake, so the tug-of-war begins.
(Teletext subtitles: page 888)

Contributors

Writer:
Carla Lane
Producer:
Gareth Gwenlan
Ria:
Wendy Craig
Ben:
Geoffrey Palmer
Leonard:
Bruce Montague
Russell:
Andrew Hall
Adam:
Nicholas Lyndhurst

Esther Rantzen introduces another new face auditioning tonight to join Gavin Campbell and Howard Leader. With Scott Sherrin and Doc Cox.

Topics: write to [address removed] or telephone the That's Life! hotline on [number removed].

Contributors

Presenter:
Esther Rantzen
Reporter:
Gavin Campbell
Reporter:
Howard Leader
Performer:
Scott Sherrin
Contributor:
Doc Cox
Senior Producer:
Richard Woolfe
Editor:
Bryher Scudamore

Magnus Magnusson with four more contenders in the Meeting House Chapel at the University of Sussex, Brighton.

Contestants: Colin Harnett (civil servant) life and ghost stories of M R James; Martin Andrew (conservation officer) Norman architecture in England, 1050-1180; Patricia Cowley (consultant editor) Hollywood films, 1930-50; Jim Maginnis (RAF officer) RAF Bomber Command, 1939-45.

(Application: for an application form to take part in next year's Mastermind send a postcard with your name and address, before 15 March to [address removed])

Contributors

Presenter:
Magnus Magnusson
Director:
Andrea Conway
Producer:
Peter Massey
Contestant:
Colin Harnett
Contestant:
Martin Andrew
Contestant:
Patricia Cowley
Contestant:
Jim Maginnis

Who has the right to take life from the living? That is the question faced by the families of 10,000 Americans in a coma. Awake, but unaware, and not dependent on machinery for survival, people in a coma can live for years. But since a test case last year the debate has raged as to whether coma victims should be kept alive. Presented by Joan Bakewell.

Feature: page 30

Contributors

Presenter:
Joan Bakewell
Producer:
Krishna Govender
Series Producer:
Olga Edridge

Establishing equal opportunities in a multi-cultural society.

More black offenders end up in jail than white. Are young black Britons being 'criminalised' by the courts? With the Black Mime Theatre Company.
Notes: for trainers, send £9.99 to, [address removed].

Contributors

Actors:
The Black Mime Theatre Company
Producer:
John Twitchin

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