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Today, Vivienne Parry meets a patient needing physiotherapy afteran operation, and Tim Woolgartalks to a retired nurse about her diabetes. Plus advice for backache sufferers and an update on last week's smokerwho decided to kick the habit.

Contributors

Unknown:
Vivienne Parry
Unknown:
Tim Woolgartalks

Biographical drama, starring
Bronwyn Mackay-Payne
Growing up as a working class tomboy in the fifties, swimmer
Dawn Fraser emerges as the freestyle champion in the 1956 Melbourne Olympic Games. Continuingto win Olympic titles and break records, she earns notoriety as the "kid from the wrongside of the tracks", but one thing eludes her - love.
Director Ken Hannam (1979).... ♦ See Films: pages 51-60 ***
Including at 11.00 News Regional News and Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Bronwyn MacKay-Payne
Unknown:
Dawn Fraser
Director:
Ken Hannam
Dawn:
Bronwyn MacKay-Payne
Harry:
Tom Richards
Gary:
John Diedrich
Mum:
Bunney Brooke
Pop:
Ron Haddrick
Kate:
Gabrielle Hartley
Len:
Ivar Kantz

Adventure starring Dirk Bogarde, George Chakirls, Susan Strasberg
Cyprus, 1957: at the height of the campaign against the British Army, an intelligence officer becomes involved with an American girl of Cypriot origin.
Director Ralph Thomas (1965).... * See Films: pages 51-60 ***

Contributors

Director:
Ralph Thomas
Major McGuire:
Dirk Bogarde
Haghios:
George Chakiris
Juno Kozani:
Susan Strasberg
Baker:
Denholm Elliott
Skyros:
Gregoire Aslan
Emile:
Colin Campbell
Dr Andros:
Joseph Furst
Mrs Andros:
Katherine Kath

Sue Barker introduces further coverage of the day's playfrom Queen's Club, where world number one Pete Sampras returns to the tournament to defend his title and to prepare for this year's Wimbledon
Championships.

Contributors

Introduces:
Sue Barker
Unknown:
Pete Sampras

Colin sends Karl to sleep. Stonie decides he can't keep his mystery girlfriend a secret any longer. Is this the end of Jo and Mark's relationship?
Shown at 1.40pm Stereo

Contributors

Helen Daniels:
Anne Haddy
Cody Willis:
Peta Brady
Lou Carpenter:
Tom Oliver
Cheryl Stark:
Caroline Gillmer
Danielle Stark:
Eliza Szonert
Brett Stark:
Brett Blewitt
Philip Martin:
Ian Rawlings
Hannah Martin:
Rebecca Ritters
Mark Gottlieb:
Bruce Samazan
Annalise Hartman:
Kimberley Davies
Sam Kratz:
Richard Grieve
Marlene Kratz:
Moya O'Sullivan
Karl Kennedy:
Alan Fletcher
Susan Kennedy:
Jackie Woooburne
Libby Kennedy:
Kym Valentine
Malcolm Kennedy:
Benji McNair
Billy Kennedy:
Jesse Spencer
Jen Handley:
Alyce Platt
Stonefish Rebecchi:
Anthony Engelman
Joanna Hartman:
Emma Harrison
Angle Rebecchi:
Lesley Baker
Colin Taylor:
Frank Bren
ToadflSh:
Ryan Moloney
Lance Halls:
Andrew Bibby
Melissa Drenth:
Aimee Robertson
Patrick Kratz:
Shane Porteous

Ronnie Corbett hosts the game show in which contestants have to unravel the minds of nine children, who offertheir own unique definitions of words.
Producer Danny Greenstone; Executive producer Alan Boyd Stereo

Contributors

Presenter:
Ronnie Corbett
Producer:
Danny Greenstone
Executive producer:
Alan Boyd

This week's four contestants are all parish priests who take turns in the black chair, answeringquestions put to them by quizmaster Magnus Magnusson. Tonight's special subjects are theologian Charles Williams , musician Benny Goodman , Lady Julian of Norwich and British trees.
Director/Producer David Mitchell
APPLICATION FORMS: for an application form for next year's series. please write to: Mastermind 97, BBCtv, PO Box 27, Oxford Road, Manchester, M60 1SJ; fax: [number removed]; or e-mail: mastermind@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown:
Magnus Magnusson.
Unknown:
Charles Williams
Musician:
Benny Goodman
Producer:
David Mitchell

A collection of memorable comedy moments from the BBC archives, presented by actress Barbara Windsor. The Funny World of Travel. Illustrating tonight's theme in the last show of the series are clips from classic comedies Dad's Army, Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em and Dick Emery.
Producer David Housham

Contributors

Unknown:
Barbara Windsor.
Unknown:
Dick Emery.
Producer:
David Housham

First in a series of six quiz games in which, each week, team captains
Daley Thompson and Steve Cram are joined by two fellow Olympic medal winners and answer sporting questions put to them by Steve Rider. Today's guests are swimmer Sharron Davies and oarsman GregSearle.
As from next week, The Olympic Game will be shown on Fridays.
Producer Mike Ward ; Editor Rick Waumsley
COMPETITION LINE: 089 1 44 77 77. Calls cost 39p cheap rate: 49p at all othertimes.

Contributors

Unknown:
Daley Thompson
Unknown:
Steve Cram
Unknown:
Steve Rider.
Unknown:
Sharron Davies
Producer:
Mike Ward
Editor:
Rick Waumsley

Third in the six-part comedy series, about the adventures of a cockney wide boy stranded in Glasgow's gangland, starring Karl Howman , Freddie Boardley FlyontheWall. Wayne is headingfor trouble when he decides to make a career change.
Episode wtitten by Ian Pattison
Producers Colin Gilbert and Tom Kinninmont
Director John Stroud

Contributors

Unknown:
Karl Howman
Unknown:
Freddie Boardley
Unknown:
Ian Pattison
Producers:
Colin Gilbert
Producers:
Tom Kinninmont
Director:
John Stroud
Wayne Todd:
Karl Howman
Fraser Hood:
Freddie Boardley
Malky Mulherron:
Alex Norton
Betty Hood:
Aline Mowat
MoragHoOd:
Ashley Jensen
Inspector McKenna:
Simon Donald
Chief Inspector Barratt:
Tom Watson
Maureen:
Sally Howitt
Rumney:
Malcolm Shields
Scotty:
John Comerford
Kelly:
Ron Donachie
InspectorTiemey:
Sandy Welch
Ina:
Ruth McGhie
Crawford Uddell:
Kevan MacKenzie
Campbell:
Andrew Dallmeyer
Dodie:
David McKay
WPC:
Caroline MacKechnie

Concluding the two-part Canadian mini-series, based on a true story, starring Kate Nelligan , Kenneth Welsh Recovering from the attempt on her life and the ordeal of long custody battles, JoAnn finally finds happiness with her new husband. But when Colin Thatcher 's professional life is threatened by scandal, a most public marital conflict takes a new and violent turn.
For cast see yesterday

Contributors

Unknown:
Kate Nelligan
Unknown:
Kenneth Welsh
Unknown:
Colin Thatcher

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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