Programme Index

Discover 9,872,366 listings and 221,087 playable programmes from the BBC

EastEnders' star Barbara Windsor , who plays Peggy Mitchell , is in the studio today to take listeners' calls. Plus, a Christmas edition of Run the Risk, presented by Bobby Davro and Peter Simon , with children's television presenters Toby Anstis and Josie D'Arby up against Ant and Dec,
Byker Grove 's Donna Air, and Danniella Westbrook (alias Sam Butcherfrom
EastEnders). With Andi Peters , Emma Forbes , Trev Neal and Simon Hickson.

Contributors

Unknown:
Barbara Windsor
Unknown:
Peggy Mitchell
Presented By:
Bobby Davro
Presented By:
Peter Simon
Presenters:
Toby Anstis
Presenters:
Josie D'Arby
Unknown:
Byker Grove
Unknown:
Danniella Westbrook
Unknown:
Sam Butcherfrom
Unknown:
Andi Peters
Unknown:
Emma Forbes
Unknown:
Trev Neal
Unknown:
Simon Hickson.

Carols, comedy and dance are combined in this celebration of the Christmas story from London's Royal Albert Hall. The cast includes Cliff Richard , Sarah Brightman ,
Patricia Hodge , Sian Phillips , Christopher Biggins , Grace Kennedy , Anthony Andrews , Fascinating Aida, Anthony Way , Gloria Hunniford and Nickolas Grace.
TV presentation Simon Betts

Contributors

Unknown:
Albert Hall.
Unknown:
Cliff Richard
Unknown:
Sarah Brightman
Unknown:
Patricia Hodge
Unknown:
Sian Phillips
Unknown:
Christopher Biggins
Unknown:
Grace Kennedy
Unknown:
Anthony Andrews
Unknown:
Anthony Way
Unknown:
Gloria Hunniford
Unknown:
Nickolas Grace.

Comedy starring
John Ritter , Michael Oliver
Ben Healy escapes the devastation wreaked by his adopted son, Junior, and relocates in the small, homely town of Mortville, where women outnumber men by ten to one. Ben soon finds himself the centre of unwanted female attention, and Junior has women problems of his own.
Director Brian Levant (1991)
* See Films: pages 49-72 *

Contributors

Unknown:
John Ritter
Unknown:
Michael Oliver
Unknown:
Ben Healy
Director:
Brian Levant
Ben Healy:
John Ritter
Junior Healy:
Michael Oliver
Big Ben Healy:
Jack Warden
LaWanda Dumore:
Laraine Newman

Comedy starring Dudley Moore and John Lithgow.
All is not well at the North Pole. Patch, one of Santa's elves, is determined to make a name for himself and, after creating havoc with the Christmas preparations, heads for the real world.
Director Jeannot Szwarc (1985)
* See Films: pages 49-72 **

Contributors

Director:
Jeannot Szwarc
Patch:
Dudley Moore
BZ:
John Lithgow
Claus:
David Huddleston
Ancient Elf:
Burgess Meredith
Anya:
Judy Cornwell
Goober:
Melvyn Hayes
Groot:
Don Estelle

Jim Davidson and Sally Meen present a special Christmas edition of the show in which family members tackle unfamiliar tasks. Stereo Subtmed . CONTESTANTS: if you would like to take part write, enclosing an sae, to [address removed].

Contributors

Unknown:
Jim Davidson
Unknown:
Sally Meen

Mike Yarwood introduces favourite moments from the archives of BBC
Christmas comedy and links the clips with impressions. Famous names range from Tony Hancock to Lenny Henry and there are outings for such classic series as Till Death Us Do Part and One Foot in the Grave.
Director Richard Valentine
Producer Tom Webber

Contributors

Introduces:
Mike Yarwood
Unknown:
Tony Hancock
Unknown:
Lenny Henry
Director:
Richard Valentine
Producer:
Tom Webber

An office party leads to tragedy and a priest's faith is put to the test.
See today's choices.
(For regular cast see Saturday 16 December)
Episode written by Ashley Pharaoh

Contributors

Writer:
Ashley Pharaoh
Director:
Robert Gabriel
Brian Hawley:
Frank Grimes
Peter Hayes:
Robert Duncan
Father John:
John McAndrew
Father Raymond:
Bruce Alexander
Sammy:
Andrew Hollingbury
Chris:
Iain Grant
Zoe Ross:
Gaynor Barrett
Victoria Gower:
Harriet Harrison
William Gower:
Gary Raymond
Amy Gower:
Delena Kidd
Joe:
Jonathan Guy Lewis
Dave:
Philip White
Stuart:
Stafford Gordon
Stephen:
Adrian Hammond
PC Tony Poulson:
Neil McCaul
Oscar:
Danny Worters
Drunk man:
Danny Davies
Denise Gowling:
Ann Robertshaw

Comedy starring Douglas Hodge, Frances Barber, Jim Carter, Amanda Mealing
Bob, Sue and Wendy never meant to buy a lottery ticket, and they certainly didn't mean to lose it when it could be the £25 million jackpot winner.
See today's choices.
Written by Nigel Williams; Producer Kenith Trodd Director Christopher Morahan

It Might Be You 9.25pm BBC 1
"It's the lottery. It's heartache and it's ecstasy. It's joy and it's pain. It's all human life." So says a tabloid lottery expert in unusually philosophical vein in tonight's play, a comic look at the new national obsession by Nigel Williams, author of The Wimbledon Poisoner and a string of successes. Douglas Hodge makes his second appearance of the fortnight (he's in Screen Two: Saigon Baby on 16 December) as London electrician Bob, a man with an ailing business and a messy private life.
His girlfriend Sue (Amanda Mealing) buys him a winning lottery ticket - but before he claims his £25 million he has to negotiate his money-hungry wife (Frances Barber) and a scoop-hungry hack (Jim Carter).

Contributors

Unknown:
Douglas Hodge
Unknown:
Frances Barber
Unknown:
Jim Carter
Unknown:
Amanda Mealing
Written By:
Nigel Williams
Producer:
Kenith Trodd
Director:
Christopher Morahan
Bob:
Douglas Hodge
Wendy:
Frances Barber
Wally Lottery Whaley:
Jim Carter
Sue:
Amanda Mealing
Ben:
Alexander Scott
David:
Freddie Jones
Barrister:
Julian Curry
Sue's grannie:
Vera Jakob
George:
Arthur Whybr0w
Bookseller:
Steve Sweeney
Nigel:
Ramsay Gilderdale
Janeybee:
Susie Brann
Damon:
Rollo Weeks
Aziz:
Rishi Chopra
Aziz'smother:
Laita Ahmed
Youths:
Ross McCaul
Youths:
Neil Maskell
Policeman:
Jake Wood
Shady:
Chris Adamson
Editor:
Ian Liston
Interviewer:
Vanessa Know-Mawer
Aziz'sfather:
Renu Setna
Barrister's wife:
Caroline John
Norman:
Norman Mitchell
Ladycallers:
Helena McArthy
Ladycallers:
Bella Emberg
Ladycallers:
Ruby Snape
Vicar:
John Gill
Islamic women:
Laila Khan
Islamic women:
Meneka Das
Islamic women:
, Jasu Pandya
Islamic men:
Ahmed Khalil
Islamic men:
Raj Badi Patel Uzzaman
Islamic men:
Badi Uzzaman
Arthur:
John Scott Martin
Barman:
Nick Edmet
Shopkeeper:
David Webb

Action from today's major FA Premiership fixtures, Newcastle v Nottingham Forest and Liverpool v Arsenal, plus the day's other Premiership goals. Commentary by Clive Tyldesley and Barry Davies.
Introduced by Tony Gubba with Trevor Brooking and Gary Lineker.

Contributors

Commentary By:
Clive Tyldesley
Commentary By:
Barry Davies.
Introduced By:
Tony Gubba
Unknown:
Trevor Brooking
Unknown:
Gary Lineker.

Musical biopic. From the back streets of Liverpool to the Cavern Club, Hamburgand their triumph in America, this film charts the rise to fame of the Fab Four.
Director Richard Marquand (1979) ..........
* See Films: pages 49-72 **

Contributors

Director:
Richard Marquand
JohnLennon:
Stephen MacKenna
Paul McCartney:
Rod Culbertson
George Harrison:
John Altman
RingoStarr:
Ray Ashcroft
Pete Best:
Ryan Michael
StuSutcliffe:
David Wilkinson
Brian Epstein:
Brian Jameson
Cynthia Lennon:
Wendy Morgan
Rory Storm:
Gary Olsen
Agent:
Linal Haft
AuntMimi:
Eileen Kennally
George Martin:
Nigel Havers

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

Appears in

About this data

This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More