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BBC One London

World Professional Dance Championships 1987

Introduced by Ray Moore from the Bournemouth International Centre
This year the UK plays host, with at least 30 couples from 20 countries taking part.
The British couple, Stephen Hillier and Lyndsay Tate , from Buckhurst Hill in Essex, current World Champions, will once again be defending their title. In cabaret: World Latin American Champions Donnie Burns and Gaynor Fairweather
Music THE TONY EVANS BAND Lighting PETER GREENYER Sound GRAHAM HAINES Producer KEN GRIFFIN
(Competition arranged by the Mecca Leisure Group)
BBC One London

United Kingdom Dance Championships 1988

Introduced by Angela Rippon from the Bournemouth International Centre
The quickstep, the foxtrot, and the tango -just three of the elegant dances performed tonight by the world's top amateur ballroom couples, competing for the coveted title of Amateur Modern
Champions. In contrast to the intense competition, a special cabaret from the incredible American professionals,
Wilson Barrera and Margaret Burns. Commentator CHARLES NOVE
Musical director
ROSS MITCHELL
Lighting JOHN NEAL
(Event arranged by 'Dance News ' in association with Supadance Shoes)
BBC One London

Saturday Starts Here

with Peter Simon, Trevor Neal and Simon Hickson
starting with
Corners
Presented by Simon Davies and Sophie Aldred with Jo Korna

8.40 Roland's Rat Race
starring Roland Rat as the circuit race marshall
Designer SUE Pow Director STEVE HAGGARD Producer MARTIN HUGHES BBC North West

9.00 Kissyfur: The Incredible Hunk and Double Dare Bear

9.30 Going Live!
Sarah Greene and Phillip Schofield and the Going Live! gang bring you heat four in the BBC Young Entertainer of the Year competition. There's a special film profile of show-jumping brothers Philip and Mark Heffer. You can also find out how Trevor and Simon got on when they visited a big London toy fair. Noel Edmonds has details of this year's SOS Star Awards and how you can vote for your favourites: for more details see John Craven 's Back Pages.
This morning's breakfast cabaret spot features wacky Les Bubb, the high-speed elastic clown. There's the Video Vote and another edition of Thunderbirds 2086. Don't miss it!
Editor CHRIS BELLINGER
BACK PAGES: 86
BBC One London

United Kingdom Dance Championships 1988

from the Bournemouth International Centre
Introduced by Angela Rippon The jive, the samba and the cha-cha - just three of the dances performed by many of the world's top competitors in the prestigious Amateur
Latin Championship. And, as a break from the intense competition, a cabaret from the fabulous American professionals, Wilson Barrera and Margaret Burns.
Commentator CHARLES NOVE Musical director TONY EVANS
BBC One London

The 1989 United Kingdom Dance Championships

Angela Rippon introduces the first of four programmes this week from the Bournemouth International Centre, where tonight
Britain's Richard and Els Porter challenge many of the world's best competitors for the prestigious title -
Amateur Latin Champions. As a break from the intense competition, the World Professional Latin
Champions Donnie Burns and Gaynor Fairweather are in special cabaret.
Commentator CHARLES NOVE Musical director TONY EVANS
('Professional Modem Champion ' tomorrow, 11.15pm)
BBC One London

Come Dancing

Angela Rippon introduces the climax of the 40th anniversary of the longest-running TV musical series in the world - the final!
Last year's runners-up North
West, compete against Home Counties South for the prestigious Come Dancing trophy.
Charles Nove has all the details on some of the UK's finest amateur dancers, and in cabaret Elvis Presley 's
Jailhouse Rock is featured by maestro Andy Ross with Donnie Burns and Gaynor Fairweather.
From the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool.
Arranged by ERIC MORLEY Sound JOHN DRAKE Lighting RON MINTY
Designer GARY PRITCHARD Director PETER FITTON Producer SIMON BETTS
● COVER STORY: page 4
BBC One London

Come Dancing

The world's longest-running television musical series introduced by Angela Rippon commentator Charles Nove. The first of seven 40thanniversary programmes featuring the UK's finest amateur competition dancers. Tonight Midlands and West defend their title against
North East. In cabaret, the fabulous Donnie Burns and Gaynor Fairweather partner former American Professional Champions Ronnie Montez and Liz Curtis , and maestro
Andy Ross with some Mambo Jambo! From the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool. Arranged by ERIC MORLEY Lighting RON MINTY Sound JOHN DRAKE
Designer GARY PRITCHARD Director PETER FITTON Producer SIMON BETTS
BBC One London

The 1989 United Kingdom Dance Championships

Introduced by Angela Rippon. Britain's
Andrew Sinkinson and Loraine Barry defend their Amateur Modern Champions title.
Also, a special cabaret by Kenny and Marion Welsh.
Commentators CHARLES NOVE with MARCUS HILTON
BBC One London

Come Dancing

from the Tower Ballroom,
Blackpool. Angela Rippon is your host as the excitement mounts for the first semi-final between title-holders
Midlands and West and Home Counties South, captained by the illustrious Peggy Spencer.
In cabaret, musical director Andy Ross , salutes the great Billy May with In a Persian Market featuring reigning World Professional Latin champions Donnie Burns and Gaynor Fairweather.
Commentator Charles Nove Arranged by ERIC MORLEY Sound JOHN DRAKE Lighting RON MINTY
Designer GARY PRITCHARD Director PETER FITTON Producer SIMON BETTS
BBC One London

Come Dancing

from the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool.
Angela Rippon introduces the teams from Northern Ireland and Wales, whose Offbeat team have such a magical reputation! In cabaret this week, music from the movie Dirty Dancing is the theme for American pros Ronnie Montez and Liz Curtis.
Commentator Charles Nove Musical director ANDY ROSS Arranged by ERIC MORLEY sound JOHN DRAKE Lighting RON MINTY
Designer GARY PRITCHARD Producer SIMON BETTS
BBC One London

Come Dancing

from the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool.
Angela Rippon introduces the second programme of this 40th anniversary series featuring the finest amateur competition dancers in the UK.
Tonight Home Counties South dance against
Scotland, and in special cabaret, the incomparable
Latin Champions Donnie Burns and Gaynor Fairweather perform a routine that helped to win them the World
Professional title for the fifth successive time!
Commentator Charles Nove Musical director ANDY Ross Arranged by ERIC MORLEY Sound JOHN DRAKE Lighting RON MINTY
Designer GARY PRITCHARD Director PETER FITTON Producer SIMON BETTS
BBC One London

Broadway Musicals: Can-Can

starring
Frank Sinatra
Shirley MacLaine Maurice Chevalier Louis Jourdan
Juliet Prowse Paris in the naughty
90s when nothing was naughtier than the daring - and illegal - dance performed nightly at the Montmartre Cabaret. This high-kicking version of Cole Porter 's hit includes C'est Magnifique, You Do Something to Me,
I Love Paris and Just One of Those Things.
Screenplay by DOROTHY KINGSLEY and CHARLES LEDERER based on the musical comedy by ABE BURROWS. Songs by COLE PORTER
Produced by JACK CUMMINGS Directed by WALTER LANG
0 FILMS: page 17
BBC One London

Victor/Victoria

starring
Julie Andrews
James Garner.
This sparkling musical comedy from the creator of the 'Pink
Panther' movies is set in Paris during the 1930s. Victoria - a down-and-out singer - is trying to work the cabaret scene. By chance she meets Toddy, a gay and witty entertainer, who knows his way around the city. He conceives a brilliant plan - to pass off Victoria as a female impersonator. Soon 'Victor/ Victoria' is the toast of Paris. But complications arise - mainly in the shape of the handsome King....
Screenplay by BLAKE EDWARDS Produced by BLAKE EDWARDS and TONY ADAMS
Directed by BLAKE EDWARDS
Original music by HENRY MANCINI
● FILMS: page 13
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BBC One London

All That Jazz

starring
Roy Scheider and Jessica Lange.
Joe Gideon is a highly successful Broadway choreographer and film director. While editing his latest film he auditions new dancers, finds a new lover, entertains his ex-wife and daughter and worries about his creative juices running out. But his fast lifestyle and gruelling schedule only serve to increase his heart trouble.
This dazzling musical by Bob Fosse , the director of Cabaret and Lenny, incorporates many stylish dance numbers within a breathtaking semi-autobiographical fantasy.
Screenplay by ROBERT ALAN AURTHUR andBOB FOSSE
Produced by ROBERT ALAN AURTHUR Directed by BOB FOSSE
0 PROFILE of Jessica Lange :page 17
BBC One London

Wogan

Special guest Liza Minnelli. Music and chat tonight comes from the outstanding singer and actress. In a rare interview the superstar daughter of Judy Garland talks about her film work, which includes a Best
Actress Oscar for Cabaret in 1972, her music and recent musical collaboration with the Pet Shop Boys who drop in to join her in song. Producer JANE O'BRIEN
0 FEATURE: page 16
BBC One London

Come Dancing

from the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool.
Introduced by Angela Rippon Commentator Charles Nove Tonight teams from the North West and Home Counties North include top-class competitors
Andrew Sinkinson and Lorraine Barry , and Richard and Els Porter , the UK
Amateur Modem and Latin Champions.
Professional champions Donnie Burns ,
Gaynor Fairweather , Ronnie Montez and Liz Curtis are in cabaret with a fabulous tribute to Judy Garland.
Musical director ANDY ROSS Arranged by ERIC MORLEY Lighting RON MINTY Sound JOHN DRAKE
Designer GARY PRITCHARD Director PETER FITTON Producer SIMON BETTS
BBC One London

Paramount City

Host Arthur Smith presents a late-night cabaret, featuring one of America's strangest and most original stand-up comedians,
Emo Philips , with the very best of British comedy and music. With Steve Coogan and, from the USA, Fred Stoller. Director David G Croft Producers Juliet Blake and Trevor Hopkins
A Consolidated Comedy Division production for BBCtv
BBC One London

Natalie Cole in Concert

Since her first chart success in 1975, Natalie Cole has become one of America's most accomplished recording and cabaret artists. In this television special, recorded for BBC Television at
Hammersmith Odeon,
London, she performs her greatest hits including Pink
Cadillac, I Live for Your Love and This Will Be.
Producer TERRY JERVIS BBC Pebble Mill
BBC One London

Bergerac

Starring John Nettles All the Sad Songs by Rod Beacham.
After a chance meeting at the races Bergerac becomes involved in the dubious world of the cabaret circuit.
Series created by ROBERT BANKS STEWART Music by RAY RUSSELL
Script editor DAVID CRANE Film editor PAUL GARRICK
Photography DAVID WHITSON Directed by TIM FYWELL
Produced by GEORGE GALLACCIO 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC One London

Come Dancing 90

A place in the semi-finals is at stake for the teams from Sheffield and Glasgow. Angela Rippon and Charles Nove introduce the action from Blackpool's Tower Ballroom including, in a cabaret display, the fabulous World Professional Segue (dance medley) champions, Marcus and Karen Hilton. Producer Simon Betts






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