Simon Potter with Sunday morning's entertainment starting with:
Dastardly and Muttley
Too Many Knocks
Here they go again, with Dick Dastardly as the commander of the notorious Vulture Squadron. (R)
The House in the Clouds
'Today I'm going to build a house,' says Schnuddel.
But when he comes to build the garden, the trouble begins.
The Greatest Hero of Them All
Told by Tony Robinson The Pirate Queen
On his way home Odysseus loses some clothing but finds some friends.
Producer ANGELA BEECHING Director DAVID BELL (R)
Simon Potter with guests, competition news and features especially for you.
Join Mark, Caron and Yvette on board the Omnibus and catch up with their adventures over the past week.
by ADAM DELANEY
When Alex and his mother run from a violent home in Glasgow they find there is no escape. Fear and hatred in themselves travel with them - and erupt when racist tensions flare in inner-city London.
Executive producer ANGELA BEECHING
Director MARGIE BARBOUR (R)
Chris Serle picks choice moments of television's past from the BBC library at Windmill Road.
This week, Chris takes a look at cars. From the freeways of California, where the car is king, to a back garden with The Woodentops where it's homemade.
In the Top of the Pops studio with MADNESS and out learning to drive with MICHAEL CRAWFORD.
The special guests are Grand Prix commentators James Hunt and Murray Walker , who recall outstanding moments on the track. Producer MIKE SEDDON
Executive producer ERIC ROWAN
A Land for all Seasons (R)
The Transplanted Brain Hope for sufferers from
Parkinson's Disease through a new, experimental operation.
Narrator Paul Vaughan Written and produced by JOHN GROOM
Horizon editor ROBIN BRIGHTWELL
* CEEFAX SUBTITLES
Introduced by Nigel Starmer-Smith with Chris Rea
Top matches from England, Scotland and Wales The Welsh Trial
The last chance for the players to display their talents.
The McEwans Scottish League Division 1
Hawick Hawick are heading for their 11th championship - or are they?
Also the top English club match
Gloucester v Leicester
Analysis, comment and news of the week's rugby, plus a look forward to next week's internationals.
Director ALED ROBERTS
Series producer HUW JONES
Audrey Hepburn Eddie Albert
Joe Bradley , journalist with an American news bureau in Rome, finds a pretty girt apparently in a drunken stupor by the Trevi Fountain and takes her home with him to sleep it off. Next morning he is amazed to discover that his guest is a princess.
The film made
Audrey Hepburn a star, and won her an Academy Award.
Screenplay by IAN MCLELLAN HUNTER and JOHN DiGHTON
Produced and directed by WILLIAM WYLER
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Night and Day
A recital of songs by the distinguished soprano Felicity Lott
At Glyndebourne this summer, Felicity Lott walked off with the reviews of a lifetime:
... so lustrous is her singing ...
... the most/lawless and beautiful singing the house has heard in ages ...
... she lights up every phrase with intelligence.
On a return visit to
St George 's, Brandon Hill ,
Bristol, Felicity Lott presents a concert of songs linked by the theme of Night and Day. COLE PORTER 'S classic is the starting point for a recital that includes SCHUBERT'S Nacht und Traume, FRANK
BRIDGE's Go Not Happy Day, and the song-cycle by POULENC Tel jour, telle nuit. Felicity Lott is accompanied by Graham Johnson (piano): the programme is introduced by Michael Berkeley. Sound PETER ROSE Lighting JOHN NEAL
Series editor KEITH ALEXANDER Director KEITH CHEETHAM Producer TONY STAVEACRE BBC Bristol
Men's Downhill from Garmisch-Partenkirchen
ZURBRIGGEN will be aiming to repeat the 1987 success that helped guide him to last season's title but, if he is to triumph again, it will have to be over a course that includes a new finishing section.
David Vine is in Bavaria, while David Goldstrom reports on the women who are in Les Diablerets,
Switzerland, competing in their Downhill Championship.
Television presentation ARD West Germany SRG Switzerland
Producer GRAHAM FRY
Michael Fish reports on ski-ing conditions in the major resorts.
Producer JOHN TEATHER
with Brian Widlake and Valerie Singleton
A Licence to Breed Money
In America, scientists are rebuilding the farm-yard animal. Genetically-engineered cows will produce more milk and pigs will grow less fat. Imagination, the scientists say, is the only limit to the new technology. Companies insist these new animals should be patented. As these genetic blueprints become reality Michael Robinson reports from America on the growing dispute over the commercial future of animals made by man.
Are You Being Served - Badly?
Battered from struggling through Christmas shopping and the sales? You'll be glad to hear that one high-street chain is training its sales assistants to be 'warm and fuzzy' - so will stores now be competing to coddle the customer? Francine Stock reports.
The story of America's civil rights years 1954-1965 in six parts, told by the men and women who fought the second American revolution.
1: Awakening 1954-1956
In 1954 the Supreme Court ruled that segregation in schools was unconstitutional, but it would take more than a federal declaration to shake the institutionalised racism in individual states. In 1955 a 14-year-old black boy was murdered for 'talking fresh' to a white woman. The
Emmett Till case raised black consciousness right across the United States. Produced and directed by JUDITH VECCHIONE
A BLACKSIDE INC production
Harry Carpenter looks back to the stories which made the news and meets some of the headline-makers. The year in which
King George VI died, Lynton and Lynmouth were devastated by floods and Captain Carlson of the Flying Enterprise became a household name.
In sport a Briton won a Winter Olympic gold medal; a Czech achieved a remarkable treble in the summer Olympics, winning the 5,000 metres. 10,000 metres and the marathon; and a housewife and a disqualified bookmaker commentated on the Grand National.
Researcher MICHAEL PENSON Producer JEFF GODDARD
Ludovic Kennedy is joined by guests for a review of Panorama (BBC1) The Contract (ITV)
Rude Health (Channel 4) In 1963, the BBC documentary Time on Our Hands looked at the future of Britain over the next 25 years.
In 1988 Did You See...? unlocks the archives to reveal the film's bizarre predictions.
Director AUSON hilliard
Producer NICHOLAS BARKER
The World Professional Championship
Another three matches of the first round were played this afternoon in this E71,600 championship, where the winner will receive E16,000.
Another international line-up begins with ROB MACKENZIE (Scotland) playing DENNIS HICKLING (England), a potential sizzler, followed by BOB SINNAEVE (Canada), No 4 in the world, the most improved overseas player, against newcomer from
Australia HORRIE SEDEN; the session ending with PAUL LIM (Singapore) tussling with that old campaigner from Sweden, STEFAN LORD. TONY GUBBA introduces highlights of these matches from the Lakeside Country Club.
Commentators SID WADDELL and TONY GREEN
Executive producer IAN EDWARDS Television presentation
KEITH MACKENZIE. PETER HAYWARD Producer KEITH PHILLIPS
by William Nicholson
Starring Dirk Bogarde as James Marriner
Lee Remick as Grace Gardner
Europe is about to be invaded from the skies - by satellite TV. Whoever gains supremacy over the airwaves will have a voice of unprecedented power. The People Channel is determined to have that power. The Vision is a story of dirty tricks, dangerous ideals, and one man's struggle to deal with the truth.
Dirk Bogarde in 'The Servant' Tuesday. 9.00pm
FEATURE: page 82 and FILMS: page 14
The Embassy World
Professional Championship from the Lakeside Country Club
Current World Professional Champion and No 2 Seed
JOHN LOWE (England) started his defence of the title this evening against former world champion, KEITH DELLER
(England). These two met in the British Professional Final last September and Deller was the surprising winner. Also playing tonight were
LARS ERIK KARLSSON (Sweden) against PAUL REYNOLDS
(England) while No 7 Seed. CLIFF LAZARENKO (England) had an awkward first-round match with No 1 USA player
Highlights introduced by TONY GUBBA