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The fourthin a seven-part series offering a practical guide to better parenting.
Today, some home solutions to common school problems, such as the fears and worries that children experience when going to school for the first time and how to deal with the subject of bullying. Presented byKrissAkabusi

Traditional and unusual food from around the world is given a unique Irish twist.

Today, east meets west in County Cork as Paul and Jeanne Rankin discover that world class Japanese food can be found in a restaurant on the West Cork coastline.
Plus, tips on how to prepare authentic Japanese dishes and advice on delicious eastern recipes to try out at home, such as seared tuna salad with mustard greens, and sweet and spicy glazed teriyaki duck with pickled cucumber salad.

Fact Sheet: send a large sae to: Brian Waddell Productions, [address removed].

Contributors

Presenter:
Jeanne Rankin
Presenter:
Paul Rankin

A series in which Don Burke visits some famous Australian gardens and takes a humorous look at the way of life "down under", including the feelings that
Australians have about their gardens, pets, plants and environment.
Today, Don Burke takes a trip to Sydney and sees an amazing variety of wisteria, gets thechancetoridesome magn ificent Arab horses, and inspects a curious aquatic pet -the mantis shrimp. Plus, a meetingwith actress Greta Scacchi and a tour of her homes in Sydney and London.
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Contributors

Unknown:
Don Burke
Unknown:
Don Burke
Unknown:
Greta Scacchi

In 1969, when the first man stepped on to the surface of the Moon, science fiction seemed to be coming true. Scientists now believe that mankind is on the verge of a new era of space colonisation, with settlements on the Moon and Mars becoming a realistic possibility within the next 100 years.

Presented by Gillian Anderson.

Further details: Ceefax page 623, or the Internet on [web address removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
Gillian Anderson
Series Producer:
David McNab
Editor:
Edward Briffa

Richard forgets his wedding anniversary, but tries to save the day with a last minute plan to keep Hyacinth happy.
Written by Roy Clarke : Director/Producer
Harold Snoad Repeat Stereo Subtitled ...

Contributors

Written By:
Roy Clarke
Hyacinth:
Patricia Routledge
Richard:
Clive Swift
Elizabeth:
Josephine Tewson
Daisy:
Judy Cornwell
Onslow:
Geoffrey Hughes
Rose:
Mary Millar
Emmet:
David Griffin
Vicar:
Jeremy Gittins
Postman:
David Janson
Security rep:
Ian Lavender
Daddy:
George Webb

Comedy drama set in a motorgarage in Belfast. Starring Des McAleer
Sean McGinley , Michelle Fairley
The Fugitive. Dougy gives Eleanor a little dog as a token of his love. Sadly, the dog spells trouble for him, although it may be a blessing in disguise for Tommy.
Written by Timothy Prager ; Director Bill Pryde
Producer Joanna Willett

Contributors

Unknown:
Des McAleer
Unknown:
Sean McGinley
Unknown:
Michelle Fairley
Written By:
Timothy Prager
Director:
Bill Pryde
Producer:
Joanna Willett
Tommy Delaney:
Des McAleer
Dougy Flynn:
Sean McGinley
Eleanor Delaney:
Michelle Fairley
Maggie Delaney:
Gabrielle Reidy
Lena Delaney:
Saoirse O'Dwyer
Hughie Delaney:
Conor O'Dwyer
Daniel McGrath:
Jj Murphy
Dog warden:
Sean Kearns
Joe:
William Walker

The Return of the Speckled Band. A quick trip to the garden centre has unexpected consequences for Victor.
Written by David Renwick : Director/Producer
Susan Belbin Repeat Stereo Subtitled ..

Contributors

Written By:
David Renwick
Producer:
Susan Belbin
Victor Meldrew:
Richard Wilson
Margaret Meldrew:
Annette Crosbie
Mrs Warboys:
Doreen Mantle
Electricity man:
Clive Mantle
MrBerenger:
John Cater
Garden centre manager:
Lloyd McGuire
Dustman:
Willie Ross

One Foot in the Grave

Series 1

Episode 6: The Return of the Speckled Band

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One London

Available for years

Victor and Margaret prepare for a holiday but have to cope with Mrs Warboys's bout of food poisoning, a visit from the electricity man and a snake. Show more

Contributors

Victor Meldrew:
Richard Wilson
Margaret Meldrew:
Annette Crosbie
Mrs Warboys:
Doreen Mantle
Electricity Man:
Clive Mantle
Mr Berenger:
John Cater
Garden Centre Manager:
Lloyd McGuire

Powerful US hospital drama.
Full Moon. An Aids patient asks
Dr Hancock for a risky reprieve from death. See today's choices.

Contributors

Dr Jeffrey Geiger:
Mandy Patinkin
Dr Aaron Shutt:
Adam Arkin
Dr Dennis Hancock:
Vondie Curtis-Hall
Camille Shutt:
Roxanne Hart
Laurie Geiger:
Kim Greist
DrGeri Infante:
Diane Venora
Alan Birch:
Peter MacNicol
Charles Ellis:
Obba Babatunde
Dr Diane Grad:
Jayne Brook
DrPhillipWatters:
, Hector Elizondo
Gilbert Weeks:
Jeff Perry
DrTed Joseph:
Steven Tobolowsky

Football comedy starring Gordon Kennedy

Ally takes a penalty that could put the club into the Streaky Bacon Cup final.
(Stereo) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Writer:
Ian Pattison
Director/Producer:
Colin Gilbert
Jack Roan:
Gordon Kennedy
Gazza:
Ronnie Letham
Pettigrew:
Iain McColl
Ally:
Tom McGovern
Lachie:
Steven McNicoll
McStick:
Gavin Mitchell
Karen Roan:
Aline Mowat
Sally:
Nicola Park
Bonner:
Clive Russell
Marie:
Anne Marie Timoney
Sean:
Jonathan Watson
Dr Maitland:
Tony Curran
Cinema manager:
Jack Docherty
Dezzy:
Andrew Fairlie
Breenge:
David McGowan

The Dustin Hoffman Interview
Michael Parkinson looks back on an extraordinary interview with the Oscar-winning actor. Dustin Hoffman stars in Little
BigMan at 11.55. See today's choices. Executive producer Tony Moss ; Series producer
Annie Lewis

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Parkinson
Unknown:
Dustin Hoffman
Producer:
Tony Moss
Producer:
Annie Lewis

Western starring
Dustin Hoffman
Faye Dunaway , Martin Balsam
Jack Crabb is a con-artist who, at years of age, is all set to tell of his life and times as the only white survivor at the infamous Battle of the Little Bighorn.
Director Arthur Penn (1970.15) Subtitled. ♦ See Rims: pages 3&-42

Contributors

Unknown:
Dustin Hoffman
Unknown:
Faye Dunaway
Unknown:
Martin Balsam
Unknown:
Jack Crabb
Director:
Arthur Penn
JackCrabb:
Dustin Hoffman
MrsPendrake:
Faye Dunaway
Allardyce T Merriweather:
Martin Balsam
General George A Custer:
Richard Mulligan
Old Lodge Skins:
Chief Dan George
Wild Bill Hickok:
Jeff Corey

BBC One London

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