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With Simon Parkin, Philippa Forrester and Esther McVey.

9.05 Around the World with Willy Fog
9.35 Hartbeat
(Repeat) (Subtitles)
10.00 News; Regional News and Weather
10.05 Playdays - the Patch Stop
10.25 Double Dare
10.50 The O Zone

Contributors

Presenter ("But First This…."):
Simon Parkin
Presenter ("But First This…."):
Philippa Forrester
Presenter ("But First This…."):
Esther McVey

Why do collectors covet the worst car in the world? How long would it take a thief to break into your car? Plus Sally Jones discovers the finer points of fencing while Anne Gregg tours the Lake District. The music is by Beverley Craven.
12.55 Regional News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Sally Jones
Unknown:
Anne Gregg
Unknown:
Beverley Craven.

I Starring
I Joan Collins Robyn Douglass
When aspiring journalist Carly Perkins is turned down for a top sportswriting post, she vows to get the job - even if she has to disguise herself as a man.
Director Robert Ellis Miller * FILMS: pages 27-32
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown:
Joan Collins
Unknown:
Robyn Douglass
Unknown:
Carly Perkins
Director:
Robert Ellis Miller
Pam Dugan:
Joan Collins
Carly Perkins/Carl Parsons:
Robyn Douglass
Barbara:
Laraine Newman
Sheila:
Miriam Flynn
Dave Fleming:
Robert Culp
Mark Rogers:
Marc Singer
Proprietor:
Anthony Holland
Gloria Rogers:
Patricia Barry
Police officer:
Malcolm Campbell

Third of a five-part children's comedy series set in an unusual hotel.
Featuring Alan Heap and Mick Wall as the owners, with Martin Brennan as the drummer.
Written by Andy Walker (Repeat)

Contributors

Writer:
Andy Walker

This week: a trip to Las Vegas for a high-wire record in the circus big top; Bill Oddie tells hair-raising tales of a trans-Africa trek on the Goodies' bike and Dr Evadne Hinge and Dame Hilda Bracket judge the fastest performances of Chopin's Minute Waltz. With Roy Castle and Cheryl Baker.

Contributors

Unknown:
Bill Oddie
Unknown:
Dr Evadne Hinge
Unknown:
Hilda Bracket
Unknown:
Cheryl Baker.

With Andrew Harvey and Jill Dando.
Weather John Kettley
0NEWS BY TELEPHONE: BBC News can be heard between 5.00am and 8.00pm by dialling 0[number removed]. Calls are charged at 34p per minute cheap rate. 45p at all other times.

Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew Harvey
Unknown:
Jill Dando.
Unknown:
John Kettley

The UK's longest-running pop chart show.
With Simon Mayo, who next week takes the Radio 1 Roadshow around north Devon.
SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: Radio 1
MAGAZINE: Number One magazine. available every Wednesday. 60p from newsagents.

Contributors

Presenter:
Simon Mayo
Director/Producer:
Stanley Appel

Hattie is delighted at the prospect of her holiday job working for Ian, but Etta does not share her enthusiasm. The night after the party, Michelle is suffering from more than a hangover and an overnight guest makes a quick exit.
Episode written by Gerry Huxham
(Teletext Subtitles: page 888)

Contributors

Writer:
Gerry Huxham
Producer:
Corinne Hollingworth
Director:
Richard Holthouse
Etta:
Jacqui Gordon-Lawrence
Hattie:
Michelle Gayle
Michelle:
Susan Tully
Rachel:
Jacquetta May
Kathy:
Gillian Taylforth
Dot:
June Brown
Nick:
John Altman
Pete:
Peter Dean
Phil:
Steve McFadden
Grant:
Ross Kemp
Sharon:
Letitia Dean
Pauline:
Wendy Richard
Arthur:
Bill Treacher
Eddie:
Michael Melia
Clyde:
Steven Woodcock
Mark:
Todd Carty
Ian:
Adam Woodyatt
Joe:
Jason Rush
Terry:
Andrew McCulloch
Frank:
Mike Reid
Pat:
Pam St Clement
Ricky:
Sid Owen
Sam:
Danniella Westbrook
Janine:
Rebecca Michael

Regional Variations (2)

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Series 4

Episode 4: Errand Boy Executive

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Classic sitcom about a stammering, miserly shopkeeper. Granville attempts to improve his status and impress a local lovely.

Contributors

Arkwright:
Ronnie Barker
Granville:
David Jason
Nurse Gladys Emmanuel:
Lynda Baron
Mrs Delphine Featherstone:
Stephanie Cole
Milkwoman:
Barbara Flynn
Mrs Bickerdyke:
Sandra Voe
Victor - Vac Salesman:
Howell Evans
Stephanie:
Julie Shipley
Writer:
Roy Clarke

A new series of comedy sketches starring
Lisa Maxwell , host of BBC2's No Limits rock show and a familiar face to viewers of the Les Dennis Laughter Show. With guests Mark Walker , Brian Glover , Frank Middlemass and Desmond Barrit.
Director/Producer Geoff Miles
* TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown:
Lisa Maxwell
Unknown:
Les Dennis
Unknown:
Mark Walker
Unknown:
Brian Glover
Unknown:
Frank Middlemass
Unknown:
Desmond Barrit.
Producer:
Geoff Miles

Written by Jimmy McGovern , author of the critically-acclaimed Gunpowder Plot drama Traitors. The second in this series of six new plays written for television is a black comedy about two pensioners striking back as they struggle to survive in a high-rise flat. A tin of salmon triggers a chain of events which changes their lives. The key to this intriguing tale is the identity of 'Mr Shah '. See panel below.
Producer Norman McCandlish
Director Alvin Rakoff
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Written By:
Jimmy McGovern
Unknown:
Mr Shah
Producer:
Norman McCandlish
Director:
Alvin Rakoff
Betty:
Edna Dore
Bill:
Bert Parnaby
Tom:
Leslie Sands
Politician:
Simon Oates
Journalist:
Richard Brain
Supt Benson:
Rod Culbertson
Constable Davis:
Mark Lewis Jones
Assassin:
Kenneth Bryans

An American drama series about life on a hectic newspaper.
Starring Lloyd Bridges
Cub reporter Anne McKenna arrives at the Washington Capital for her first assignment. She is teamed with unorthodox veteran
Redmond Dunne and thrown in at the deep end, sent to cover a hostage story.
● PICTURE STORY: page 54
* TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Reporter:
Anne McKenna
Unknown:
Redmond Dunne
Jo Jo Tuner:
Lloyd Bridges
Anne McKenna:
Helen Slater
Clay Gibson:
Michael Woods
Edison King:
Mark Blum
Todd Lunden:
Christian Clemenson
Miles Plato:
Kurt Fuller
Conrad White:
Wendell Pierce
Redmond Dunne:
William Russ

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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