Programme Index

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With Chris Jarvis and Josie D'Arby.

7.10 Secret Life of Toys
Animation (Stereo)

7.25 Felix the Cat
Cartoon

7.40 Marlene Marlowe Investigates
Another mystery

8.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather Regional News; Weather

8.10 The Adventures of Skippy
More adventures
(Stereo)

8.35 Swat Kats
Cartoon
(Repeat) (Stereo)

9.00 News submied and Weather Regional News; Weather

9.05 Bucky O'Hare
Cartoon
(Repeat)

9.30 Why Don't You?
More boredom busting-ideas.
(Stereo)

10.00 Playdays
The Patch Stop
(Stereo)

10.20 William's Wish Wellingtons
Cartoon

Contributors

Presenter ("Children's BBC"):
Chris Jarvis
Presenter ("Children's BBC"):
Josie D'Arby

Fantasy starring
Albert Sharpe , Jimmy O'Dea with Sean Connery
An caretaker on an Irish estate accidentally comes into contact with the kingofthe leprechauns.
Director Robert Stevenson (1959)................. Next Disney film is Freaky Friday tomorrow at 1 1.00am * FILM REVIEWS pages 47-70

Contributors

Unknown:
Albert Sharpe
Unknown:
Jimmy O'Dea
Unknown:
Sean Connery
Director:
Robert Stevenson
Darby O'Gill:
Albert Sharpe
King Brian:
Jimmy Odea
Michael McBride:
Sean Connery
Katie:
Janet Munro
PonySugrue:
Kieron Moore

Western starring
John Wayne , Robert Mitchum
A gunfighter and his old friend who is now the town sheriff join forces to combat an avaricious cattle baron.
Director Howard Hawks (1967) # FILM REVIEWS pages 47-70

Contributors

Unknown:
John Wayne
Unknown:
Robert Mitchum
Director:
Howard Hawks
Cole Thornton:
John Wayne
J PHarrah:
Robert Mitchum
Mississippi:
James Caan
Maudie:
Charle Neholt
Joey MacDonald:
Michele Carey
Bull Harris:
Arthur Hunnicutt
Bart Jason:
Edward Asner

Highlights of the last year.
With music from Bad Boys Inc and the Yes/No People.
With Diane-Louise Jordan, Tim Vincent, Stuart Miles and Anthea Turner.

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Contributors

Presenter:
Diane-Louise Jordan
Presenter:
Tim Vincent
Presenter:
Stuart Miles
Presenter:
Anthea Turner

Mark makes more than just a sausage roll. Helen is going away for "more than just a holiday". Lou gets more than just a birthday present, and Annalise finally makes enough money to enter the charity quest by selling almost everything she possesses.
(Shown at 1.30pm.)
(For cast see Wednesday 21 December)

Tonight's final of the battle of the giants promises to be the closest finish in the history of the competition, In the last four weeks at South Africa's Sun City, 16 of the world's mightiest men have struggled to get through to the final heat. Only eight of them made it.

Tonight, these musclemen must sweat their way through events that test both strength and stamina, such as lifting rocks, pulling safari cars and pushing pick-up trucks. Presented by Juliet Morris and Paul Dickenson

Contributors

Presenter:
Juliet Morris
Presenter:
Paul Dickenson

Michelle seeks Pat's advice about the situation in the Queen Vic and is relieved when Pat rallies to Sharon's support. Meanwhile, Kathy is still unsure of her feelings for Phil; Bianca confides in Natalie about the declining state of her relationship with Ricky; and Ruth attends an interview for the job of nursery worker.
(For cast see Thursday 22 December)

Contributors

Writer:
Jeff Povey

Paul Daniels and Debbie McGee are the host and hostess at "Secrets", a sophisticated night-club with an elegant ambience, for this magical show screened especially for the festive season. Moving around the tables at the club, Paul entertains the audience with his magical tricks and sleight of hand. Blending hospitality with his duties as Master of Ceremonies, Paul introduces a series of international acts from the world of magic and entertainment. Among these guests are Philippe Socrate from France, entertainers from the Chinese State Circus and Ronn Lucas from America with Scorch the Dragon.

Contributors

Presenter/Magician:
Paul Daniels
Assistant:
Debbie McGee
Magician:
Philippe Socrate
Ventriloquist:
Ronn Lucas
Director:
Babara Jones
Producer:
Roger Ordish

Danny Baker casts an eye over the careers of some of the unlikely heroes of the small screen. Tonight, he celebrates Hughie Green, that showman of showmen, to whom all subsequent game-show hosts owe an enormous debt.

Contributors

Presenter:
Danny Baker
Director:
Jacques Peretti
Producer:
Karen Steyn

Comedy starring Steve Martin, Mary Steenburgen, Dianne Wiest

Determined that his kids will have a happier childhood than his own, Gil Buckman agonises over his eldest son, whose emotional problems threaten to consign him to a special school. Meanwhile, Gil's sister, Susan, wants to divert her husband Nathan's attention from his obsessive education of their 3-year-old daughter. And Gil's father is forced to reassess his own paternal role. All discover that parents' expectations for their children rarely match reality.
(1989) (Subtitled)
Film Reviews pages 47-70

Contributors

Director:
Ron Howard
Gil Buckman:
Steve Martin
Karen Buckman:
Mary Steenburgen
Helen:
Dianne Wiest
Frank:
Jason Robards
Nathan:
Rick Moranis
Larry:
Tom Hulce
Tod:
Keanu Reeves
Julie:
Martha Plimpton
Susan:
Harley Kozak
Garry:
Leaf Phoenix
David Brodsky:
Dennis Dugan
Marilyn:
Eileen Ryan
Grandma:
Helen Shaw
Kevin:
Jasen Fisher
George Bowman:
Paul Linke

Comedy directed by and starring Jerry Lewis

Under the terms of her father's will, a young orphaned heiress has to decide which of her uncles she wants to be her guardian. Jerry Lewis plays seven roles - Willard Woodward, Everett Peyton, James Peyton, Eddie Peyton, Julius Peyton, "Bugs" Peyton, and Skylock Peyton.
(1965)
Film Reviews pages 47-70

Contributors

Director:
Jerry Lewis
Willard Woodward/Everett Peyton/James Peyton/Eddie Peyton/Julius Peyton/"Bugs" Peyton/Skylock Peyton:
Jerry Lewis
Dr Matson:
Sebastian Cabot
Donna Peyton:
Donna Butterworth

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