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BBC One London

Fame

Wishes
Leroy wishes for enough money to pay his back rent; Elizabeth wishes for the chance to prove she's a better administrator than Morloch; Doris wishes she could attract the school's most eligible catch. But when wishes come true, that's when the trouble really starts....
BBC One London

Fame

starring, as the staff and students of New York's celebrated dream factory, the High School for the Performing Arts
Who am I Really?
Nicole faces a dilemma when her real mother returns and her adopted parents feel they have to compete for their daughter's love. Meanwhile - and much to the school's pleasure - Morloch loses his voice....
Written by MICHAEL MCGREEVEY Directed by RAY DANTON
Record, Kids from Fame compilation, REH/ZCR 447, from retailers
BBC One London

Fame

starring
Parents' Week
Tension in the Amatullo
I household has a serious effect on Danny's time at the school, as Nicole begins to feel the strain of her own ambitions. Chris attempts to 'normalise' Cassidy.... Written by CAROL GARY
Directed by MICHAEL HOEY
BBC One London

Fame

starring, as the staff and students of New York's celebrated dream factory, the High School for the Performing Arts
Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?
Once upon a time there was a girl called Doris who went through the frightening experience of being mugged and whose reaction surprised all her friends ... will this tale end in 'happy ever after'? Written by CAROL GARY
Directed by LORRAINE FERRARA
BBC One London

Fame

starring, as the staff and students of New York's celebrated dream factory, the High School for the Performing Arts
Tomorrow's Children
A sudden rush to enlist in a military training programme at the school appalls
Elizabeth and Lydia, whose memories of being 60s protesters influence the students in their staging of a benefit show for the nuclear freeze campaign.
Written by PATRICIA JONES and DONALD REIKER
Directed by DEBBIE ALLEN
BBC One London

Fame

starring
Reflections
While the school is buzzing at the prospect of the upcoming prom, Holly Laird's behaviour becomes a matter for concern; she's not eating, but only Lydia seems to recognise the danger signals ... Written by PATRICIA JONES and DONALD REIKER Directed by VALERIE LANDSBURG
BBC One London

Fame

The 01' Ball Game
Strike One - Danny accepts the challenge of a softball game from an old rival. Strike Two - the school doesn't actually have a softball team! Strike Three - the guys are out when the girls humiliate them in practice. Can Coach Morloch possibly inspire a victory?
Written by IRA STEVEN BEHR Directed by DONALD REIKER
BBC One London

Fame: School is Out

It's the end of the year, but while Nicole and Jesse only have to think about a summer apart, Cleo must face the prospect of moving to California and not returning.
BBC One London

Starsky and Hutch

Partners and friends-two young cops find themselves on the line in the deadly world of crime. Starring
The Heavyweight
One-time contender Jimmy Spenser now boxes for a vicious dockland racketeer whom he knows is behind the murder of a policeman.
Starsky and Hutch realise that Spenser is their only lead to a cop killer but, find a man so haunted by fear and betrayal, that all he has left is a fighter's pride.
Written by ROBERT E. SWANSON Directed by EARL BELLAMY (R)
BBC One London

Gregory Peck in Captain Horatio Hornblower

Continuing a season of films starring one of the great names of Hollywood. Today with Virginia Mayo Robert Beatty England is at war with France and Spain, as Captain
Hornblower sails on a secret mission to obtain supplies from a Spanish rebel, the bloodthirsty El Supremo. Gregory Peck plays the courageous captain in this action-packed adaptation of three of C. S. Forester 's novels.
Screenplay by IVAN GOFF
BEN ROBERTS and AENEAS MACKENZIE From the novels by C. S. FORESTER Produced and directed by RAOUL WALSH
0 FILMS: page 21
BBC One London

The Late Film: Phase IV

The science-fiction film starring
Nigel Davenport Lynn Frederick
When a remote desert community becomes threatened by marauding ants Dr Hubbs and his cynical assistant Lesko try desperately to discover the cause. As their mission progresses they realise that the forces they are up against are of such seemingly limitless intelligence and numbers that man's dominance on the earth is menaced.
Designer Saul Bass , in his first film as director, creates a terrifying vision of a world at the mercy of creatures determined to control society.
Screenplay by MAYO SIMON Produced by PAUL RADIN Directed by SAUL BASS
0 FILMS: page 18
BBC One London

Fame

A selection from the first two years of the popular
American series about the place where dreams of 'making it' can come true. Starring
The Strike
A teachers' strike spells disaster for a contemporary student production of Othello and the shock waves awaken a new-found togetherness between the strikers ... and the struck. Written by DANNY JACOBSON and BARRY VIGON Directed by THOMAS CARTER (R)
BBC One London

Turns

Jimmy Perry presents another bill of variety acts of the 1930s and 40s including JACK HYLTON 'S BAND, WILSON
KEPPEL AND BETTY, SAM MAYO , and RAWICZ AND LANDAUER Written by JIMMY PERRY Producer DON SAYER (R)
BBC One London

Fame

A selection from the popular American series starring
The Big Finish
All the kids are striving after fame, but what does it all mean? Could the answer lie with the janitor and his destitute friend?
Written by WILLIAM BLINN
Directed by ROBERT DOUGLAS (R)
BBC One London

Fame

starring
The Crazies
It's the end of term and everyone's feeling on edge, so matters aren't helped when Doris and Montgomery decide to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth ... all day. Written by WILLIAM BUNN Directed by MEL SWOPE (R)
BBC One London

Fame

starring
Blood, Sweat and Circuits Bruno throws himself into the challenge to use the school's new computer to create 'art', until he discovers the real role it's intended to play ... Written by LEE CURREW
Directed by RICHARD KINON (R)
BBC One London

Call Me Mister

in Something in the City byGLENN CHANDLER Guest stars
All eyes are on the London Marathon, but young Ruby claims to have seen a man fall from a City building. Jack investigates and finds out some strange facts about a missing Essex commuter.
Film editorIAN FARR
Designer phil ROBERSON Photography
NIGEL WALTERS Created and produced by ROBERT BANKS STEWART Director MIKE VARDY
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BBC One London

Top of the Pops

Presenting hits and videos from the Top 40.
Introduced by Gary Davies and Simon Mayo.
BBC One London

Fame

starring
Street Kid
Doris's research for a stage role takes her into a dangerous world and a meeting with a very unhappy young lady. Written by WILLIAM BLINN , MARC RUBIN
Directed by ROBERT SCHEERER (R)
BBC One London

Monday Film: The Main Event

starring
Barbra Streisand Ryan O'Neal
When her cosmetics business is ruined by an embezzling manager,
Hillary Kramer finds that she has only one asset left - a contract with the ex-boxer 'Kid Natural' Scanlon. She tracks him down to the driving school he now runs and insists he starts fighting some boxing matches. Soon the battle of the sexes is on. Screenplay by GAIL PARENT and ANDREW SMITH
Produced by JON PETERS and BARBRA STREISAND
Directed by HOWARD ZIEFF ● FILMS: page 18
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