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This morning's special guests include Brookside stars Nicola Stephenson and Clive Moore alias Margaret Clemence and Fr O'Farrell , comedian Mickey Hutton and Emma Forbes with a feature on Caribbean cooking. Paula Danziger presents news and reviews from the world of books, Peter Simon hosts another edition of Double Dare and there's cartoon action with The Raccoons and Dungeons and Dragons plus the latest videos and live performances from chart bands. Presented by Phillip Schofield and Sarah Greene , with Nick Ball and James Hickish. Editor Chris Bellinger STEREO
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Contributors

Unknown:
Nicola Stephenson
Unknown:
Clive Moore
Unknown:
Margaret Clemence
Unknown:
Fr O'Farrell
Unknown:
Mickey Hutton
Unknown:
Emma Forbes
Unknown:
Paula Danziger
Unknown:
Peter Simon
Presented By:
Phillip Schofield
Presented By:
Sarah Greene
Unknown:
Nick Ball
Unknown:
James Hickish.
Editor:
Chris Bellinger

Introduced by Steve Rider.
Provisional Timetable
12.20 Football; 1.05 News
1.10 Racing; 1.25 Ski-ing
1.45 Racing; 2.00 Basketball
2.20 Racing; 2.35 Basketball
2.55 Rugby league
3.50 Football half-times
4.00 Ice skating; 4.35 Final Score
Rugby League
Silk Cut Challenge Cup from the Willows - First Round.
Salford uWigan
Highlights of the first-half and live coverage of the second-half. Commentary Ray French, Ross Strudwick and Alex Murphy.
Football
The Road to Wembley
A preview of this weekend's FA Cup Fourth Round matches.
Second Division Bristol Rovers entertain cup favourites
Liverpool while on Sunday Chelsea play Everton. In
Scotland, it's the third round of the Tennent's Scottish Cup. Holders Motherwell travel to Ayr.
(Match of the Day tonight at 10.40pm)
Basketball
NatWest Trophy final from Birmingham.
Roland Kingston v Leicester Riders
Commentary by Stuart Storey and Bill Beswick.
Ice Skating
European Figure Skating
Championships from Lausanne, Switzerland. The women's free programme. Commentary Alan Weeks and Christopher Dean.
Ski-ing
From Wengen, Switzerland the men's downhill championship. Commentary by David Vine.
Racing
From Cheltenham.
1.15 Food Brokers "Finesse"
4-year-old Hurdle (2m)
1.50 Charterhouse Mercantile
Steeplechase (3m If)
2.25 Arlington Premier Series Steeplechase (2½m)
Commentary by John Hanmer and Richard Pitman.
ProducerMartin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Rider.
Unknown:
Ross Strudwick
Unknown:
Alex Murphy.
Commentary By:
Stuart Storey
Commentary By:
Bill Beswick.
Commentary By:
Christopher Dean.
Commentary By:
David Vine.
Commentary By:
John Hanmer
Commentary By:
Richard Pitman.
Editor:
Dave Gordon

Last in the series of the game show in which contestants compete for the chance to win the holiday of a lifetime. With Andrew O'Connor
Director Bill Morton
Executive producer Stephen Leahy An Action Time production for BBCtv STEREO
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Contributors

Unknown:
Andrew O'Connor
Director:
Bill Morton
Producer:
Stephen Leahy

Noel Edmonds invites you to Crinkley Bottom for another evening of entertainment. Sing along - if you dare - with the Lyric Game. Sigh with relief during Wait Till I Get You
Homeand applaud another new member of television's foremost academy in the Gotcha Oscars. Plus another viewer has the chance to
Grab a Grand.
Director/Producer Michael Leggo STEREO
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0[number removed]is the number to call with youranswerto a question Noel Edmonds sets on the show. and someone famous could win up to£ 1,000 for you. Calls are charged at 36p per minute cheap rate, 48p at another times.

Contributors

Unknown:
Noel Edmonds
Unknown:
Noel Edmonds

Jim Davidson hosts the general knowledge game show where big prizes are on offer as top snooker stars play against the clock on behalf of contestants.
On hand to help tonight are
Neal Foulds and Tony Knowles , while David Taylor , "the silver fox", makes his debut on the show. Keeping good-humoured order is referee John Virgo. Director Nick Hurran
Producer John Burrowes
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Contributors

Unknown:
Jim Davidson
Unknown:
Neal Foulds
Unknown:
Tony Knowles
Unknown:
David Taylor
Unknown:
John Virgo.
Director:
Nick Hurran
Producer:
John Burrowes

Comedy, magic and drama with magician Paul Daniels.
Tonight, you can take part by usingjust a six-inch-square piece of thin paper. Plus from Japan, the magic ofFukai and the amazing Sanada who has turned the skill of fanning cards into an art form. Featuring Debbie McGee.
Director/Producer Geoff Miles ● STEREO
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Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Daniels.
Unknown:
Debbie McGee.

The astrological thriller series. Starring
Millicent Martin
John Michie
Where No Birds Sing. A young microlight flyer finds a Roman silver plate, complete with astrological signs on its rim, and takes it to Gladys for an expert opinion. But then Cecile sees a ghost and Gladys finds herself in danger, as the Moons uncover a tragic tale of recklessness and evil on a tranquil Kent hillside.
Written by Michael Aitkens
Producer Robert Banks Stewart Director John Strickland
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Contributors

Unknown:
Millicent Martin
Unknown:
John Michie
Written By:
Michael Aitkens
Producer:
Robert Banks Stewart
Director:
John Strickland
Gladys Moon:
Millicent Martin
Trevor Moon:
John Michie
Cecile Coulmier:
Laure Killing
Detective Sergeant Eavis:
Ian Redford
BillAtley:
Tony Melody
Dennis Arthur:
Pete Lee-Wilson
KenCave:
David Simeon
Mr Justice Thome:
David Sumner
Penny Thorne:
Prunella Ransome
Colonel Kydd:
Peter Copley
Mrs Biggs:
Pat Ashton
Fisherman:
Paody Fletcher
Francis Darnley:
Robert Longden
Mrs Arthur:
June Barry

Consumer rights crusader
Esther Rantzen and her team, Gavin Campbell , Howard Leader and Kevin Devine , present a unique mix of hard-hitting investigations and real-life humour in the studio, while Doc Cox tours the country taking revenge on maddening machines. Plus
Britain's biggest search for a new singing star continues. Senior producer Richard Woolfe Editor Bryher Scudamore
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Contributors

Unknown:
Esther Rantzen
Unknown:
Gavin Campbell
Unknown:
Kevin Devine
Unknown:
Doc Cox

Starring Gary Cole as the late-night radio phone-in host. Old Friends. Jack probes a death at a convalescent home.
● STEREO

Contributors

Unknown:
Gary Cole
Jack Killian:
Gary Cole
Devon King:
Wendy Kilbourne
Billy Po:
Dennis Dun
Lt Carl Zymak:
Arthur Taxier
Deacon Bridges:
Mykelt Williamson
Gil Stolarski:
Martin Balsam

Wrexham's place in FA Cup giant-killing history is now secure following their dramatic 2-1 victory over reigning league champions Arsenal in the Third Round.
Desmond Lynam introduces the highlights from three FA
Cup Fourth Round ties that also carry with them the potential for surprise. Plus a roundup of the best of the Cup.
Commentary by Gerald Sinstadt , John Motson and Tony Gubba. Series producer John Shrewsbury Editor Brian Barwick
(Match of the Day, Chelsea v Everton tomorrowat 3. OOpm on BBC1)

Contributors

Introduces:
Desmond Lynam
Commentary By:
Gerald Sinstadt
Commentary By:
John Motson
Commentary By:
Tony Gubba.
Producer:
John Shrewsbury
Editor:
Brian Barwick

FILM Starring
01 Laura Dem
Treat Williams
Fifteen-year-old Connie teases the local boys but when she finds herself alone with the handsome Arnold Friend she soon realises that she is at the mercy of a tattooed psychopath.
Director Joyce Chopra
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Contributors

Connie:
Laura Dern
Arnold Friend:
Treat Williams
Katherine:
Mary Kay Place
Laura:
Margaret Welch
Jill:
Sarah Inglis
Harry:
Levon Helm
June:
Elizabeth Berridge
Ellie:
Geoff Hoyle
Jeff:
William Ragsdale

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