Programme Index

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9.00 France Français: Jerome

9.15 Lernexpress
Multi-media course in German: Was mochtest du spater werden?

9.30 Ici Paris: Paris au jour le jour (Stereo)

9.45 You and Me: Flying High

10.00 Over the Moon: Days and Months

10.15 Look and Read - Skyhunter: A Friend in Need

10.35 Q and A
A series inviting viewers' reactions to BBC schools programmes

10.40 Let's See: Go 4 5

11.00 Watch: People Who Help Us - Shopping - Supermarket

11.15 English Express: Creating Worlds

11.35 Science Challenge: Container Transport
(Stereo)

11.55 Into Music: Rap
(Stereo)

12.15 Christianity in Today's World: Christianity in a Material World

12.35 Art Work: Appearances

12.55 A Way with Numbers
Help with day-to-day maths

1.20 PC Pinkerton

1.25 Fireman Sam

1.35 King Rollo

1.40 Outlook - Spain and its People: Catalunya

2.00 News and Weather

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You and Me: Flying High

Starring
James Gamer
Ed Bruce
Bret Maverick wins a big poker game and plans to settle down in the peaceful town of Sweetwater - until a band of robbers and a couple of bounty hunters complicate his plans.
Director Stuart Margolin ●FILMS: pages 43-50

Contributors

Unknown:
James Gamer
Unknown:
Ed Bruce
Unknown:
Bret Maverick
Director:
Stuart Margolin
Bret Maverick:
James Garner
Tom Guthrie:
Ed Bruce
MLSpringer:
Darleen Carr
PhiloSandeen:
Stuart Margolin
Elijah Crow:
Ramon Bieri
Mandy Packer:
Janis Paige
Ramsey Bass:
Bill McKinney
Doc:
John McLiam

Foreign-affairs reports. Trading with the Enemy
Vietnam was the only country ever to defeat the United
States in a war. But is America now exacting revenge? As Vietnam struggles to modernise its economy, international loans are blocked and trade embargoed. However, as Jonathan Dimbleby discovers, the Marxist nation with its entrepreneurial millionaires has already travelled a remarkably long way down the capitalist road.
Producer Martin Smith Editor John Morrison

Contributors

Unknown:
Jonathan Dimbleby
Producer:
Martin Smith
Editor:
John Morrison

Two pancake recipes for Shrove Tuesday, one from France, one from Russia; on the eve of Lent, Leeds restaurateurs George and Vasoulla Psarias prepare a traditional feast of Greek food; plus a tasting of Portuguese wines. With Paul Heiney, Michael Barry, Jill Goolden and Oz Clarke.
Studio director Linda Nash
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks
A Bazal production for BBCtv
Details on Ceefax page 626
STEREO
RECIPES: available in BBC Good Food Magazine, 1.25, from newsagents.
FOOD: page 14

Contributors

Unknown:
Vasoulla Psarias
Unknown:
Paul Heiney
Unknown:
Michael Barry
Unknown:
Jill Goolden
Unknown:
Oz Clarke.
Director:
Linda Nash
Producers:
Alison Field
Producers:
Tim Hincks

Offbeat American drama.
Starring Scott Bakula Dean Stockwell
Pool Hall Blues. 4 September 1954: Sam prepares for a showdown with a legendary Chicago pool player.
●STEREO
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page888

Contributors

Unknown:
Scott Bakula
Sam Beckett:
Scott Bakula
Al:
Dean Stockwell
Violet:
Shari Headley
Eddie:
Jw Smith
Jimmy:
Teddy Wilson

Elvis in Jarrow
When the Jarrow Elvis
Roadshow are performing at Tyneside's Victoria Park pub, the laughter is always deafening. The regulars call it "knackers' night" - "because they're terrible". The performers, all with varying degrees of physical and mental disabilities, see themselves as serious entertainers and are largely unaware that they are being mocked. The audience finds their incompetence hilarious and the pub makes a lot of money, but some locals are appalled. "These poor unfortunates are up there being mocked and exploited. It shouldn't be allowed."
But should they really be protected from doing what they clearly enjoy?
Producer Nick Catliff Editor Caroline Pick
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Producer:
Nick Catliff
Editor:
Caroline Pick

BBC Two England

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