Starting with 6.30-6.55 Business Breakfast
News every quarter hour.
Robert Kilroy-Silk presents his topical studio discussion.
Quiz with Ross King. STEREO
● VIEWERS' QUIZ: see Monday
and Regional News; Weather
With Toby Anstis. ● STEREO
Today: the Playground Stop. ● STEREO
A mixture of chat, fact, tips, fun and star guests.
10.40 Room with a Viewer
11.00 News (Txt) and weather
11.10 Library of Romance
11.35 Advice Phone-in 11.50 Mother Love
12.00 News (Txt) and weather STEREO
HOTLINE: see Monday
With Alan Titchmarsh.
With Philip Hayton.
Weather Rob McElwee
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Quiz hosted by Henry Kelly. ● STEREO
Ray Milland Maureen O'Hara
Robert Evans , a US Navy officer turned smuggler, is engaged to aid the escape of American industrialist Lloyd Merrill , a prisoner behind the Iron Curtain. But Merrill's wife
Sylvia has other plans.
Ray Milland also directs this tale of international intrigue, filmed on location in Portugal.
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With Andi Peters.
The series that looks at top children's picture books. Bill Wallis tells Badger's Parting Gifts by Susan Varley , and Vicky Licorish tells Mik's 's
Mammoth by Roy Gerrard. ● STEREO
Ghoulish cartoon, with voices by Griff Rhys Jones. ● STEREO
Science-fiction comedy series. The Sybarronian salt mines loom as the Dispensable gets mixed up in a royal rebellion.
A series about the world of design and ways to appreciate it. Today, taking the wraps off tinsel and a look at chairs. With Margot Wilson, Adrian Rose and Helen Fort. Plus a contribution from Bruno Brookes.
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News for children.
Drama series for children.
Debbie is shocked to find that she no longer has PJ to herself. This week's episodes written by Matthew Graham
A Zenith North production for BBCtv (For cast see Friday at 5.05pm)
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Todd gets a shock when he switches on the Christmas tree lights. Christian decides to have a garage sale to raise money. Todd has a rendezvous with someone out of his past. (For cast see Wednesday. Shown at 1.30pm)
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With Peter Sissons and Anna Ford.
Weather Penny Tranter
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Noel Edmonds presents the first of the semi-finals as he continues his search for this year's Telly Addicts. Director Graham Wetherell
Producer Richard L Lewis
Frank has a surprise bargain for Nigel, Grant has some bad news for Sharon and Ian discovers the truth about Cindy.
Episode written by Tony Jordan
(For cast see Thursday)
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Ross Kemp's Kind of Day: page 130
John Sullivan 's classic comedy starring Robert Lindsay The Big Job. The Tooting Popular Front is short of money, as usual. Then arch-villain Harry Fenning offers Wolfie a job. All he needs is a car, the faster the better.
Director Ray Butt
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Bill Beaumont and Ian Botham captain two teams of sporting celebrities answering questions put to them by David Coleman. Executive producer Mike Adley
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather Penny Tranter
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Drama series about a maverick lawyer, written by Peter Gibbs , and starring Leigh Lawson The Waste Watchers
Councillor Sutton has two problems - an itinerants' camp and his ex-wife's insistence that he pays up. Can Kinsey use one problem to solve the other?
Producer Carol Parks
Director Richard Standeven
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First of a two-part profile of the great American film director, accompanying a BBCtv season of his movies.
"Making films is a piece of pie. It's a nice easy way of making a living." John Ford made over 100 films and won more
Academy Awards than any other director. Born in America, of Irish parents, his work is often characterised by a love of wide open spaces such as Monument Valley in Arizona and a vivid evocation of the epic spirit that helped build
America. In part one, Omnibus traces this remarkable career which began in the silent movie era with films like The Iron
Horse through classics such as Stagecoach and The Grapes of Wrath, to his extraordinary
Second World War documentary Battle of Midway. Presented by British film director and Ford expert Lindsay Anderson , with contributions from
John Wayne , Henry Fonda , Maureen O'Hara and Roddy McDowall. Producer Andrew Eaton
Series editor Andrew Snell
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Western widely regarded as a John Ford masterpiece, shot against the majestic background of Monument Valley and starring John Wayne , Joanne Dru A US Cavalry officer, suffers a setback on his last mission and is "retired" before he can take further action. In order to avert a full-scale Indian war, he decides to act on his own.
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2.15-2.45 Executive Business
Club: Scrambled transmission.
3.15 Legal Network Television
Preview: another chance torecord the preview programme introducing a new service for lawyers, backed by the College of Law and the Law Society.
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