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The 8.15 comes steaming into the terminus for the last in the present series.
Helping Ross King and Dianne Oxberry to stroke the boilers are children's presenters Andi Peters and Simon Parkin.
Sonia returns with The Wetter, the Better and there'll be tears with In Their Shoes.
Meanwhile, under the streets of Manchester, Charlotte Hindle visits a sewer. She also meets some actors who prefer playing on the pavement.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter:
Ross King
Presenter:
Dianne Oxberry
Guest:
Andi Peters
Guest:
Simon Parkin
Presenter:
Charlotte Hindle
Presenter (The Wetter, The Better):
null Sonia
Guests:
null Incognito
Director:
Alan Yardley
Series producer:
Martyn Day

Canine adventure I story. A wounded cougar, an untamed stallion and a crashed glider land
Lassie in trouble when she visits the Dawson Soaring School with Forest Ranger Stuart. With Robert Bray.
Directors William Beaudine , Jack B Hively and Dick Moder
0 FILMS: pages 35-42

Contributors

Unknown:
Ranger Stuart.
Unknown:
Robert Bray.
Directors:
William Beaudine
Directors:
Jack B Hively
Directors:
Dick Moder

Introduced by Bob Wilson.
Provisional Timetable
12.20 Football; 1.00 News
1.05 Triathlon; 1.55 Racing
2.05 Motorcycling; 2.25 Racing
2.35 Motorcycling; 3.00 Racing
3.20 Gymnastics; 3.50 Football
4.00 Gymnastics
4.40 Final Score
Football
A review of last week's international action, including Scotland's crucial European Championship match in Switzerland and England's friendly against Germany.
Also, a preview of Liverpool's midweek return to European competition after a six-year absence, when they meet
Finland's Kuusyi Lahti in the UEFA Cup first round, first leg. Live coverage of the match on Wednesday on BBC1 at 7.00pm.
Gymnastics
World Championships from Indianapolis, USA.
Commentary by Barry Davies and Mitch Fenner.
Athletics
Action from the Portsmouth
International Triathlon.
Commentary by Hamilton
Bland, Brendan Foster , Hugh Porter and Ian Sweet.
Racing
From Goodwood.
2.00 Meadow Meats Champion Stakes (Handicap. I m 4
2.30 Highland Spring ROA
Nursery Stakes (Handicap. 7f)
3.05 Ladbroke Racing Sprint Stakes (Handicap. 6f).
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
From Leopardstown.
3.15 EBF Champion Stakes.
Commentary by Tony O'Hehir.
Motorcycling
Final round of the Shell Oils
British Supercup
Championship at
Mallory Park. Commentary by Barry Nutley and Steve Parrish. Producer Martin Hopkins

Contributors

Introduced By:
Bob Wilson.
Unknown:
Kuusyi Lahti
Commentary By:
Barry Davies
Commentary By:
Mitch Fenner.
Unknown:
Brendan Foster
Unknown:
Hugh Porter
Unknown:
Ian Sweet.
Commentary By:
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary By:
Julian Wilson
Commentary By:
Jimmy Lindley.
Commentary By:
Tony O'Hehir.
Unknown:
Mallory Park.
Commentary By:
Barry Nutley
Commentary By:
Steve Parrish.
Producer:
Martin Hopkins

Regional Variations (2)

Only Fools and Horses

Series 3

Episode 3: Friday the 14th

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Classic sitcom set in south London. Del's latest foolproof scheme to become a millionaire concerns game fishing - unfortunately the game is rained off.

Anneka Rice returns to face a new series of challenges set by viewers.
Each week she has to create something of lasting benefit to the community, and all she has to rely on is her giant
Challenger truck and tons of public goodwill. Tonight,
Anneka has a massive home improvement job on behalf of Northern Ireland's stray dogs. Directors David Cumming and Tom Gutteridge
A Mentorn production for BBCtv
* TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
● FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT: page 11

Contributors

Unknown:
Anneka Rice
Directors:
David Cumming
Directors:
Tom Gutteridge

Fun for everyone in this first show of a new series, where four family pairs play games of skill and mishap to see who will reach the prize-laden conveyor belt. With Rosemarie Ford.
Director John Gorman
Producer David Taylor 0 STEREO
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown:
Rosemarie Ford.
Director:
John Gorman
Producer:
David Taylor

Starring Pauline Quirke, Linda Robson.

More comedy as Sharon meets an old flame and her thoughts turn to marriage and motherhood.
An Alomo production for BBCtv
(Stereo) (Teletext subtitles: page 888)

Contributors

Writer:
Sue Teddern
Director/Producer:
Nic Phillips
Sharon:
Pauline Quirke
Tracey:
Linda Robson
Dorien:
Lesley Joseph
Garth:
Matthew Savage
Dave:
Stephen Marcus
Lyn:
Gillian Tompkins

The third in the lavish new
12-part drama set in London during the 1920s, devised by Upstairs, Downstairs creators Eileen Atkins and Jean Marsh. Starring Stella Gonet Louise Lombard
As apprentice to dressmaker Mrs Partini , Evie begins her first job. Beatrice gets an unexpected visit from her father's mistress and is shocked to learn the truth.
Episode wntten by Peter Buckman Producer Jeremy Gwilt
Director Jeremy Silberston ● STEREO
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown:
Eileen Atkins
Unknown:
Jean Marsh.
Unknown:
Stella Gonet
Unknown:
Louise Lombard
Unknown:
Mrs Partini
Unknown:
Peter Buckman
Producer:
Jeremy Gwilt
Director:
Jeremy Silberston
Beatrice Eliott:
Stella Gonet
Evangeline Eliott:
Louise Lombard
Lady Lydia Eliott:
Barbara Jefford
Jack Maddox:
Aden Gillett
Arthur Eliott:
Peter Birch
Sebastian Eliott:
Jeremy Brudenell
Mrs Partini:
Paola Dionisotti
Penelope Maddox:
Francesca Folan
Mrs Pearce:
Mary Healey
Molly:
Rachael Weaver
Piggy Garstone:
Robert Daws
Tilly Watkins:
Cathy Murphy
Daphne Haycock:
Kelly Hunter
General Treves:
Jack Watling
Lady Saxby:
Angela Easterung
Percy:
Robert Goodale

The biggest musical party of the year reaches its festive climax as the audience in the packed Royal Albert Hall in London celebrates the second-half of the Last Night of the Proms. Conductor Andrew
Davis, who admits to enjoying 'a bit of a knees-up', steers the BBC Symphony Orchestra through the traditional favourites: Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March No 1 and Wood's Fantasia on British
Sea Songs, Gwyneth Jones sings Arne's Rule, Britannia!, and the evening rounds off with Parry's Jerusalem, orchestrated by Elgar. Before all of that, there's the march from Things to Come by Bliss, the ever-popular Polovtsian Dances of Borodin and a special treat as Dame
Gwyneth is joined by the 91-year-old harpist
Sidonie Goossens - who played in Sir Adrian Boult 's original BBC SO - to perform Miss
Goossens's own arrangement of The Last Rose of Summer. Director Kriss Rusmanis
Executive producer Jonathan Fulford
• STEREO: and simultaneous broadcast with Radio 3
0 MUSIC AND ARTS: page 12

Contributors

Unknown:
Royal Albert Hall
Harpist:
Sidonie Goossens
Unknown:
Adrian Boult
Director:
Kriss Rusmanis
Producer:
Jonathan Fulford

The chilling sequel to
The Night Stalker, shown last week. Starring Darren MeGavin
Jo Ann Pflug
Wisecracking newsman Carl Kolchak has come across another mystery. This time it's a serial killer who seems to have been at work for more than a century, murdering someone every 21 years - and Kolchak could be the killer's next victim.
Director Dan Curtis
* FILMS: pages 35-42

Contributors

Unknown:
Darren Megavin
Unknown:
Jo Ann Pflug
Unknown:
Carl Kolchak
Director:
Dan Curtis
Carl Kolchak:
Darren McGavin
Louise Harper:
Jo Ann Pflug
Tony Vincenzo:
Simon Oakland
Captain Roscoe Schubert:
Scott Brady
Titus Berry:
Wally Cox
Professor Hester Crabwell:
Margaret Hamilton
Llewellyn Crossbinder:
John Carradine
Charisma Beauty/Gladys Weems:
Nina Wayne
Dr Christopher Webb:
Ivor Francis
Dr Richard Malcolm:
Richard Anderson

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