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Angel and Noddy get a shock at the riverbank. PJ's fundraising has unexpected consequences for Debbie and Duncan.
This week's episodes written by Matthew Graham
A Zenith North production for BBCtv (Part 4 on Friday at 5. 10pm)

FANS can find out more about the new characters and the actors who play them by sending an sae to: [address removed]

Contributors

Writer:
Matthew Graham
Kolton:
Stevie-Lee Pattinson
Debbie:
Nicola Bell
Barney:
Stephen Carr
Duncan:
Declan Donnelly
PJ:
Anthony McPartlin
Angel:
Vicky Taylor
Noddy:
Brett Adams

Courageous and kindhearted members of the public are lured to the studios for the Heart of Gold award. Tonight, the Prince of Wales pays tribute to the bravery of one of the winners. Presented by Esther Rantzen and Mike Smith.
Director Stuart McDonald
Series producer Richard Woolfe

Contributors

Presenter:
Esther Rantzen
Presenter:
Mike Smith
Director:
Stuart McDonald
Producer:
Richard Woolfe

Every year, thousands of young patients are admitted to the Sheffield Children's Hospital. In ten programmes filmed over nine months, a BBC team recorded observed one of the most sensitive, emotive areas of medicine.
Some of the stories are dramatic, such as the emergency admission of five-month-old Gemma [text removed], suffering from meningitis.
But for other children, being at hospital is a way of life for example Eleven-year-old Lisa [text removed] knows the hospital better than many who work there.
Series Producer Richard Bradley
Meet the stars on the hospital's wards.,, SEE FEATURE page 38

Contributors

Unknown:
Gemma [text removed]
Unknown:
Lisa [text removed]
Producer:
Richard Bradley

The return of the long-running quiz show. Tonight Ian Botham is joined by athlete Tonyjarrett and footballer Peter Beardsley. On Bill Beaumont's team are England cricket captain Mike Atherton and 1991 world snooker champion John Parrott. David Coleman referees the contest.

Contributors

Unknown:
Ian Botham
Unknown:
Peter Beardsley
Unknown:
Bill Beaumont
Unknown:
Mike Atherton
Unknown:
John Parrott
Unknown:
David Coleman
Producer:
Mike Adley

The powerful drama series about internal investigations within the police force. A black youth is killed in a hail of police bullets and Clark and his team discover the underworld of crack cocaine.
Episode written by Ray Brennan Producer Peter Norris
Director Robert Biemnan

Contributors

Written By:
Ray Brennan
Producer:
Peter Norris
Director:
Robert Biemnan
Tony Clark:
Neil Pearson
Harry Naylor:
Tom Georgeson
Maureen Connell:
Siobhan Redmond
Chief Supt Graves:
Robin Lermitte
Commander Sullivan:
Hugh Ross
Richard Newman:
Bob Mason
DSSlater:
Steven Waddington
DCGreen:
Neil Stuke

Sweet Home Chicago
When southern blues musicians moved north in the years after the war Chicago was an obvious destination, offering day jobs in Industry and night work in the clubs.
Of the record labels reflecting this migration the most successful was Chess, and the fascinating story of Chicago blues is therefore also a procession through the tiny Chess studios, from Muddy
Waters to the Roiling Stones, who took their name from one of Waters's songs and helped spread the music to Europe.
Mick Jagger talks of his debt to Chicago blues, and the great survivors like Buddy Guy tell their own tale, interspersed with priceless archive footage of artists like Chuck Berry , Howlin' Wolf and Little Walter.
Producers Nina Rosenstein ; Alan and Susan Raymond

Contributors

Unknown:
Buddy Guy
Unknown:
Chuck Berry
Unknown:
Little Walter.
Producers:
Nina Rosenstein
Producers:
Susan Raymond

Introduced by Desmond Lynam. European Football
Highlights of Norwich City's
Uefa Cup second round first leg tie, away to Bayern Munich. Norwich marked their
European debut with an impressive 3-0 aggregate win over Vitesse Arnhem of Holland, but they face a more daunting task against the three-times European Cup champions. Bayern Munich also knocked out Dutch side
Twente Enschede in the competition's first round with a convincing 7-3 aggregate score. Plus news of other
English and Scottish clubs involved in European action tonight. With commentary by JohnMotson. Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Brian Barwick

Contributors

Introduced By:
Desmond Lynam.
Producer:
Vivien Kent
Editor:
Brian Barwick

Road movie starring Ralph Macchio Teenage guitarist
Eugene Martone 's passion is the blues. His obsession leads him to an old bluesman called
Willie Brown and together they begin a dangerous journey from the streets of New York to the slums of Mississippi. The music soundtrack is by guitar legend Ry Cooder.
Director Walter Hill (1986)

Contributors

Unknown:
Ralph MacChio
Guitarist:
Eugene Martone
Unknown:
Willie Brown
Unknown:
Ry Cooder.
Director:
Walter Hill
Eugene Martone:
Ralph MacChio
Willie Broum:
Joe Seneca
Frances:
Jami Gertz
Scratch's assistant:
Joe Morton
Scratch:
Robert Judd
Jack Butler:
Steve Val
Lloyd:
Dennis Upscomb

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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