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Breakfast in the broom cupboard with Toby Anstis.
Classic story about the wooden puppet who longs to be a boy. Today, Pinocchio manages to escape from Sneeroff, leaving Jack and Weasel behind.

Contributors

Unknown:
Toby Anstis.

Another edition of the series that takes you out of this world, mixing adventure on a fantasy planet with star guests, cartoons, competitions and music.
Today: what is the secret that Kovan finds in the pool? Richard thinks Brian the Dinosaur is off his planet, and the aliens are watching Bugs Bunny and The Flintstones.
With David Claridge , Karl Collins , Frances Dodge , Stephen Hope-Wynne , Richard Norton and Christopher Wild.
Executive producer Peter Murphy
A Roach and Partners production for BBCtv
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Contributors

Unknown:
David Claridge
Unknown:
Karl Collins
Unknown:
Frances Dodge
Unknown:
Stephen Hope-Wynne
Unknown:
Richard Norton
Unknown:
Christopher Wild.
Producer:
Peter Murphy

Comedy western starring
Jerry Lewis Dean Martin
Martin and Lewis team up as two ill-matched city boys turned cowboys in this zany tale of the wild west. Together they return from New York to the land of their fathers and set about cleaning up the town.
Director Norman Taurog
SEE FILMS pages 63-72

Contributors

Unknown:
Jerry Lewis
Unknown:
Dean Martin
Director:
Norman Taurog
WadeKingsleySr/Jr:
Jerry Lewis
SlimMoselySr/Jr:
Dean Martin
MrsKingsley:
Agnes Moorhead
Carol Kingsley:
Lori Nelson
Dolly Riley:
Jackie Loughery
Dan Hollis:
John Baragrey
Rio:
Jeff Morrow
Actor:
Whitey Lonchaneyjr
Red:
Mickey Finn

Introduced by Steve Rider.
Provisional Timetable
12.35 Athletics - men's 5,000m
1.00 News
1.05 Athletics - men's mile
1.15 Motor sport
1.35 Athletics - women's 5,000m
1.55 Racing; 2.05 Showjumping
2.25 Racing; 2.35 Showjumping
2.55 Racing; 3.05 Show jumping
4.55 Final Score
Athletics
Bupa International Festival of Running from Aberdeen. Scotland's top two female athletes -world 10,000m champion Liz McColgan and rival Yvonne Murray , who won the world indoor championship 3,000m title in Toronto in March - meet in the 5,000m. The men's 5,000m race features Olympic 10,000m champion Khalid Skah of Morocco and British one-mile world record holder Steve Cram. AAA 1500m champion Kevin McKay and 1992 world cup 800m champion David Sharpe compete in the men's mile. Commentary by David Coleman and Brendan Foster.
Show Jumping
Homepride British Nations Cup from Hickstead. Great Britain will be defending their title in the British round of the Nations Cup after the success of David Broome, Nick Skelton , Tim Grubb and Tina Cassan last year. Fierce competition can be expected from Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Ireland and France, who took the President's Cup as overall winners of the Nations Cup in 1992. Commentary by Stephen Hadley and Michael Tucker.
Motor Sport
Autotrader RAC British Touring Car Championship from Donington. Steve Soper extended his lead at the top of the overall standings with his second victory this year. Tim Harvey is the only other winning driver in the series.
Commentary by Murray Walker.
Racing From Lingfield Park.
2.00 Daily Mail Dream Cottage Game Conditions Stakes (I 1 Vi m)
2.30 Daily Mail Handicap Stakes (1¼m)
3.00 Daily Mail Leisure Stakes (6f) Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan, Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
Plus a recording of this afternoon's IAWS Irish 1,000 Guineas from the Curragh, after the conclusion of the Nations Cup.
Producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Dave Gordon

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Rider.
Unknown:
Liz McColgan
Unknown:
Yvonne Murray
Unknown:
Khalid Skah
Unknown:
Steve Cram.
Unknown:
Kevin McKay
Unknown:
David Sharpe
Commentary By:
David Coleman
Commentary By:
Brendan Foster.
Unknown:
Hickstead. Great Britain
Unknown:
David Broome
Unknown:
Nick Skelton
Unknown:
Tim Grubb
Unknown:
Tina Cassan
Commentary By:
Stephen Hadley
Commentary By:
Michael Tucker.
Unknown:
Steve Soper
Unknown:
Tim Harvey
Commentary By:
Murray Walker.
Commentary By:
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary By:
Julian Wilson
Commentary By:
Jimmy Lindley.
Producer:
Martin Hopkins
Editor:
Dave Gordon

Jimmy Savile organises a special fix-it from East Africa this week. Jessica from Nairobi in Kenya is so proud of her country and its wildlife that she wanted to share it. She wrote to Jim asking if he could send some children with disabilities over to see Kenya for themselves. And as a result Mark, from south London, and Claire and Harry, both from Surrey, went on Safari. Also in the programme, Philippa from
Wakefield learns how to make a rocking horse and Ian from
Upminster plays trumpet with a swing band.
Director Helen Gartell Producer Roger Ordish
WRITE TO: Jim'll Fix It, BBC TV Centre, Wood Lane, London W 12 2 8QT.

Contributors

Unknown:
Jimmy Savile
Director:
Helen Gartell
Producer:
Roger Ordish

Fast and furious quiz show in which two families compete against each other from the comfort of their own homes, linked with a team of celebrities in the studio. With friends and neighbours dropping by to help or hinder the scoring, anything can happen. In charge of the chaos is Chris Tarrant. This week, the Malone family are partnered by three EastEnders - Michelle Collins ,
Adam Woodyatt and Michelle Gayle ; and the Musty family team up with Radio 1 DJs Steve Wright , Liz Kershaw and Bruno Brookes.
Producer Danny Greenstone
Executive producers Alan Boyd , Bill Mason A Reg Grundy production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown:
Chris Tarrant.
Unknown:
Michelle Collins
Unknown:
Adam Woodyatt
Unknown:
Michelle Gayle
Unknown:
Steve Wright
Unknown:
Liz Kershaw
Unknown:
Bruno Brookes.
Producer:
Danny Greenstone
Producers:
Alan Boyd
Producers:
Bill Mason
Unknown:
Reg Grundy

Gripping teenage adventure starring
Kate Capshaw Lea Thompson
Welcome to SpaceCamp, where the young people of today practise to be the astronauts of tomorrow, their abilities tested to the limit in controlled conditions. But things go wrong when a freak incident launches one group on the journey of a lifetime, and the odds against their surviving are astronomical.
Director Harry Winer
SEE FILMS pages 63-72

Contributors

Unknown:
Kate Capshaw
Unknown:
Lea Thompson
Director:
Harry Winer
Andie:
Kate Capshaw
Kathryn,:
Lea Thompson
Kevin:
Tate Donovan
Tish:
Kelly Preston
Rudy:
Larry Bscott
Max:
Leaf Phoenix
Zach:
Tom Skerritt
Brennan:
Barry Primus
Launch director:
Terry O'Quinn
Banning:
Mitchell Anderson
Rudy's father:
Dben Casey
Rudy's mother:
Saundra McGuire
Kathryn's father:
Bill Phillips

Regional Variations (2)

Birds of a Feather

Series 2

Episode 10: Thirty Something

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

As Sharon nears her 30th birthday her future looks as bleak as her past. She decides to go on an 18-30 holiday with an old neighbour.

Drama serial about two rival families in a seaside town.
A Nice Little Erma. Alex finds out about Hugo and takes her revenge in the way she knows best. And Bill Cromer is acting very strangely under the strain of being unemployed.
Episode written by Steve Coombes and Dave Robinson
Producer Susi Hush
Director Terry Green
A Witzend production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown:
Bill Cromer
Written By:
Steve Coombes
Written By:
Dave Robinson
Director:
Terry Green
Sarah Preston:
Deborah Grant
Hugo Preston:
David Horovitch
Alex Preston:
Annie Lambert
Hannah Preston:
Imogen Boorman
Greg Dacosta:
Ricco Ross
Alan Cromer:
Oliver Cotton
MaggieCromer:
Lesley Duff
Simon Cromer:
Ben Porter
Jan Cromer:
Siobhan Burke
Ray Cromer:
Michael Attwell
Jean Cromer:
Cherith Mellor
Peter Cromer:
Charlie Hawkins
YolaCromer:
Debby Bishop
Jack Cromer:
Paris Manolelis
Jack Cromer:
Levi Peterson
Bill Cromer:
Tony Caunter

More hard-hitting investigations and real-life humour from
Esther Rantzen and her team -
Gavin Campbell , Adrian Mills , Howard Leader, Kevin Devine. Director Chris Fox
Editor Bryher Scudamore
WRITE TO: That's Life!, BBCtv, London
W 12 7TS, if you have a problem you would like the programme to investigate. Letters cannot be acknowledged.

Contributors

Unknown:
Esther Rantzen
Unknown:
Gavin Campbell
Unknown:
Adrian Mills
Leader:
Kevin Devine.
Director:
Chris Fox
Editor:
Bryher Scudamore

I Fast-moving comedy I thriller starring
Robert Redford
Debra Winger Daryl Hannah
An assistant DA becomes involved with a beautiful and mysterious woman, a priceless painting, and a multiple murder case. It looks like an open and shut case, but Tom soon finds himself the target of both the young woman's affection and the murderous intent of the killer.
Director Ivan Reitman
SEE FILMS pages 63-72

Contributors

Unknown:
Robert Redford
Unknown:
Debra Winger
Unknown:
Daryl Hannah
Director:
Ivan Reitman
Tom Logan:
Robert Redford
Laura Kelly:
Debra Winger
Chelsea Deardon:
Daryl Hannah
Cavanaugh:
Brian Dennehy
Victor:
Taft Terencestamp
Bower:
Steven Hill
Blanchard:
David Clennon
Forrester:
John McMartin
Jennifer Logan:
Jennie Dundas
Judge Dawkins ROSCOE:
Lee Browne
Carol Freeman:
Christine Baranski

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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