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A murder mystery, starring
Ralph Meeker
When an artist becomes a murder suspect, his wife defends him, but blackmail and jealousy add further complications to their holiday in Acapulco.
Director Paul Henreid
0 FILMS: pages 43-48

Contributors

Unknown:
Ralph Meeker
Director:
Paul Henreid
Trevor Stevenson:
Ralph Meeker
Stella Stevenson:
Janice Rule
Capt Henrique Monteros:
Paul Henreid
Maria:
Rosenda Monteros

The Fabulous Singlettes give a live rendition of One Fine Day. Also in the studio, an all-female twelve piece Hot
Strings put the 'viva' back into Vivaldi. Plus DJ Cutmaster Swift demonstrates his scratching technique.
Presented by Tony Gregory. 0 STEREO

Contributors

Unknown:
Cutmaster Swift
Presented By:
Tony Gregory.

A 20-part children's school drama series.
5: Mr Griffiths complains about environmentally-friendly products in his cupboard. Mike is late for Georgina, but Cecile has an important offer.
Episode written by Barry Purchase (Rpt. Part 6 on Friday) STEREO
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr Griffiths
Written By:
Barry Purchase

Episode written by Susan Boyd
Advice from Michelle leads Clyde to Walford police station and then to a surprise encounter with a neighbour.
(For cast see Thursday)
(Stereo)
(Teletext Subtitles: page 888)

Contributors

Writer:
Susan Boyd
Producer:
Corinne Hollingworth
Director:
Jean Stewart

Gutsy Queenie and the girls of New Lyne
Electronics are back in the third series of the comedy drama written by Debbie Horsfield. This time the comedy is somewhat blacker as the factory and its volatile workers continue to lurch from crisis to crisis. Once again the women lead the drama. Klepto prepares to exchange factory life for that of a student at Newcastle
University. Will Jill marry her young Manchester United footballer? Whatever will the eight-month-pregnant Queenie make of motherhood? Can Carol
May put her marriage together? The men - whether they're husbands, lovers or bosses - are nothing but bother.
Producer Carol Wilks
Director John Woods • STEREO
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 t DRAMA: page 4

Contributors

Written By:
Debbie Horsfield.
Queenie:
Margi Clarke
Jill:
Melanie Kilburn
Pauline:
Rachel Davies
Carol May:
Shirley Stelfox
Donna:
Heather Tobias
Klepto:
Moya Brady
Norma:
Tracie Bennett
Bernie:
Alan David
Simon:
Gary Beadle
Chunky:
Brian Hibbard
Frankie:
John Forgeham
Gordon:
Jonathan Barlow
Colin:
David Hargreaves
Nancy:
Sue Wallace
Ray:
Tim Dantay
Rosie:
Jane Hazlegrove
Yannis:
George Zenios
Elfrieda:
Mona Hammond
Rex:
Keith Allen
Mr Kim:
David Yip
Hetty:
Pat Mills
Bird:
Jeffrey Rann

A critical look at the week's cinema releases including
Meeting Venus. Inspired by the experiences of a friend David Puttnam 's production stars Glenn Close as an opera singer involved in a chaotic production of Wagner's
Tannhduser. Also Under
Suspicion, written and directed by Bafta-winner Simon Shaw , starring Liam Neeson and Laura San GiacomoAnd Jacob's Ladder, in which director Adrian Lyne (Fatal Attraction, Flashdance) creates a very disturbing story of Vietnam nightmares. Director Liz Hartford
Producer Bruce Thompson
0 BARRY NORMAN : page 42

Contributors

Unknown:
David Puttnam
Unknown:
Glenn Close
Directed By:
Bafta-Winner Simon Shaw
Unknown:
Liam Neeson
Unknown:
Laura San
Director:
Adrian Lyne
Director:
Liz Hartford
Producer:
Bruce Thompson
Unknown:
Barry Norman

First showing on network television for this dramatic comedy, starring Timothy Dalton
Anthony Edwards
A man's devil-may-care attitude to his terminal cancer gradually infects a young fellow patient, and the two take flight for one last adventure. Meanwhile, two young ladies also embark on a journey, resulting in unexpected side effects. The screenplay is by Roy Clarke , writer of several successful television series including
Open All Hours, and Last of the Summer Wine.
Director Robert Ellis Miller
* STEREO
• FILMS: pages 43-48

Contributors

Unknown:
Timothy Dalton
Unknown:
Anthony Edwards
Unknown:
Roy Clarke
Director:
Robert Ellis Miller
Bancroft:
Timothy Dalton
Decker:
Anthony Edwards
Hazel:
Janet McTeer
Maureen:
Camille Coduri
Sister:
Julie T Wallace
Nurse Jarvis:
Connie Booth
Walter:
Robert Lang
Vivian:
Jill Bennett
Regina:
Sheila Hancock
Car salesman:
Geoffrey Palmer

BBC One London

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

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