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BBC One London

International Dancing 90

UK Dance Championships from the Bournemouth International Centre.
Angela Rippon introduces the Amateur Latin competition in which last year's champions, England's Richard and Els Porter , compete against the world's top opposition.
Music from the Charles Barlow Orchestra , and featuring stylish former World Professional Latin champions Peter Maxwell and Lorraine in cabaret.
Commentator:
Charles Nove with Donnie Burns.
(Professional Modern tomorrow at 10.50pm)
BBC One London

Schofield's Europe

Last programme in the series of lively looks at Europe with Phillip Schofield. Berlin.Featuring actress and former cabaret artist
Lotti Huber ; 'Wemer', a former East German secret agent; rising pop star Inga; and Claus Jurichs , the German voice of Dallas's Cliff Bames. At a watchtower along the Berlin Wall, Schofield visits the bizarrely named '5 Year Plan Cafe', and takes a drive in a two-stroke Trabant.
Director Christopher Morris
Executive producer Eric Rowan W CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC One London

Children in Need

Terry Wogan, Sue Cook and top names in entertainment see Pudsey Bear into his second decade. In London, children's entertainer
Dave Benson Phillips greets the fund-raisers, while Supt David Hatcher and DC Jacqui Hames of Crimewatch UK man the Children in Need Incident Desk. And in BBCtv studios throughout the UK, Radio 1 DJ Simon Mayo, 'Allo 'Allo!'s Vicki Michelle and Paul Nicholas of ITV's
Close to Home are among the stars presiding over a night of non-stop entertainment. Last year you helped raise £21.6 million which is improving the quality of life for thousands of Britain's disabled and underprivileged children. Can you make it E25 million this time?
COVER STORY: page 30
7.30pm Children in Need
Richard Vaughan in Southampton keeps a close eye on the grand total, with updates on the night's events in the region. Sally Taylor and Dennis Skillicorn slip up to
Basingstoke for this year's special Children in Need Ice Show. And viewers try to overtake last year's record million-pound donation from the south of England.
7.40pm Children in Need
The 'Allo 'Allo! gang drop in. Then David Essex joins children's choirs to sing the anthem If You Want to Help, Help Children in Need.
8.00pm Bruce Forsyth's Children in Need
Generation Game
Famous contestants and their relations try to win Pudseys. With Rosemarie Ford.
8.30pm Children in Need
Mark Curry, Caron Keating and the Radio 5 team host a Fast Forward disco. Then Terry Wogan builds a 500-mile-high Pudsey Bear.
9.00pm Nine O'Clock News With Martyn Lewis. Regional News
Weekend Weather Ian McCaskill
9.30pm Children in Need
Terry Wogan returns, with Gloria Hunniford playing Ginger Rogers opposite three unlikely Fred Astaires; Antiques Roadshow presents an Old Tyme Music Hall; and Harry Carpenter and Desmond Lynam take on Ian St John and Jimmy Greaves in a sports quiz, with Frank Bruno as score-keeper. At 11.15pm the Royal Mail Coach, drawn by six Hungarian greys, stands and delivers to Terry Wogan after a marathon two-week fund-raising tour of the BBC regions.
Including at
9.50-10.30pm Children of Courage Esther Rantzen and Gavin Campbell meet some children who have shown great initiative and determination.
11.35pm Pudsey on Ice
Reports from across the region as fund-raisers take a break to enjoy a sparkling half-hour of entertainment.
12.00 Cabaret Hour
Hosted by Terry Wogan and Sue
Cook. The casts of Miss Saigon and The Phantom of the Opera perform live in the studio, there's a duet by Michael Buerk and Sandy Gall, and stars from film, TV and pop make appearances. Roy Castle leads the most unusual jazz band in the world with celebrity musicians spread throughout the UK.
1.15am Regional Roundup How Children in Need night has gone in your area.
1.45am Highlights Memorable moments.
1.55am Grand Total
The total so far - but there's still time to make a donation.
(Watch 'Going Live!' tomorrow morning for updates)
BBC One London

Can-Can

Starring
Frank Sinatra
Shirley MacLaine
Maurice Chevalier Paris in the naughty 90s when nothing was naughtier than the illegal and daring dance performed nightly at the Montmartre cabaret. This high-kicking version of Cole Porter 's Broadway hit includes C'est magnifique, You Do
Something to Me, I Love Paris and Just One of Those Things.
Directed by Walter Lang
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● FILMS: pages 45-52
BBC One London

Only Fools and Horses....

A comedy by John Sullivan about wheeler-dealers in south
London. Starring David Jason Nicholas Lyndhurst
Stage Fright. Opportunity knocks for Raquel at the local cabaret club.
With Philip Pope , Trevor Byfield, Roger Blake and Lyn Langridge. Producer Gareth Gwenlan Director Tony Dow
0 BOOK: The Trotter Way to Millions, £8.99, from retailers. 0 CEEFAX SUBTITLES
BBC One London

Come Dancing 91

At the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool, dancers from Liverpool and Glasgow vie for a place in next week's final over five rounds of Latin, Modern, Old Time, Rock 'n' Roll and Formation dancing. And World Professional Modern Champions Marcus and Karen Hilton put on a special cabaret, choreographed to a medley of Duke Ellington classics. Angela Rippon conducts the proceedings, with commentary by Charles Nove and music from the Andy Ross Orchestra.
Director/Producer Simon Betts
PICTURE STORY: page 52
TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
BBC One London

Come Dancing 91

From the Tower Ballroom,
Blackpool, Angela Rippon and Charles Nove are the hosts as Cardiff compete against
Glasgow, to the music of the Andy Ross Orchestra. In the cabaret spotlight are the current UK and European professional Latin Champions Sammy Stopford and Barbara McColl.
Director Joy Corbett
Producer Simon Betts
9 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
BBC One London

'Allo 'Allo!

Another chance to see the French Resistance farce about a cafe owner in Nazi-occupied France. In tonight's episode, General Von Flockenstoffen plans to launch a suicidal raid to kidnap Churchill. The
Colonel, Gruber and Bertorelli resort to desperate measures to stop him. Gruber and Edith put on a cabaret for the troops - which ends with a bang!
Written by Jeremy Lloyd and Paul Adam Director Sue Longstaff
Producer Mike Stephens
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
BBC One London

Come Dancing 91

This week it's Birmingham against Manchester. And for those who remember host
Angela Rippon 's high-kicking dancing debut on the Morecambe and Wise Show, there's a treat in store as she steps out with professional Latin Champions
Sammy Stopford and Barbara McColl in a special cabaret routine.
With Charles Nove and music from the Andy Ross Orchestra. Director/Producer Simon Betts
* TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
BBC One London

The Duke of Edinburgh

A Birthday Celebration Roger Moore and Michael Caine are the hosts for a star-studded evening in the grounds of Windsor Castle, where HRH the Duke of Edinburgh and members of the Royal Family are entertained by representatives of some of the Duke's charities in honour of his 70th birthday. The cabaret is provided by singer Harry Connick Jr , while the band of the Grenadier Guards
Beat Retreat. And, in a special birthday interview,
Prince Philip talks to John Humphrys about his 45 years of service. Producer (for the charities) Tim Hollier Television presentation Neil Eccles • PICTURE STORY: page 34
BBC One London

Come Dancing 91

From the Tower Ballroom,
Blackpool, Angela Rippon and Charles Nove are the hosts as Liverpool compete against
Birmingham for a place in the semi-finals, to the music of the Andy Ross Orchestra. Valuable points are at stake in the Latin, Modern, Old Time and Rock 'n' Roll sections. In the cabaret spotlight are the charismatic World Professional
Modern Champions, Karen and Marcus Hilton.
Director/Producer Simon Betts
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
BBC One London

Come Dancing 91

Angela Rippon and Charles Nove are your hosts at the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool as Cardiff and Nottingham compete in the Latin,
Formation, Modern and the new exciting rock 'n' roll section accompanied by the Andy Ross orchestra who, in cabaret, salute the music of Bert Kaempfert.
Arranged by Eric D Morley
Director/Producer Simon Betts
9 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
BBC One London

Come Dancing 91

From the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool, the excitement builds tonight for the first semi-final as teams from
Birmingham and London South compete for a place in the final to be held in two weeks' time.
Angela Rippon and Charles Nove are your hosts and the Andy Ross Orchestra accompany both the competitors and, in special cabaret, with a demonstration of the Tango and the Waltz, are the World Professional
Modern Champions, Marcus and Karen Hilton.
Director/Producer Simon Betts
* TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
BBC One London

Bergerac

The detective series set on the island of Jersey starring John Nettles
All the Sad Songs. During a day at the races on the look-out for counterfeit money, Jim Bergerac gets involved in a quarrel between a corrupt businessman, his wife and a small-time singer. Jealousy leads to murder, and Bergerac is drawn into the world of the cabaret circuit.
After a quarrel with her father, Danielle arrives in Jersey to be with Jim.
Written by Rod Beacham Producer George Gallaccio Director Tim Fywell
0BOOK: 'Bergerac's Jersey' by John Nettles (BBC, £9.99), from booksellers. 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
BBC One London

Come Dancing 91

From the Tower Ballroom,
Blackpool, Angela Rippon and Charles Nove host tonight's dancing contest between the Liverpool and London North teams. With music from the Andy Ross Orchestra , and, in special cabaret, the UK and European Professional Latin Champions Sammy Stopford and Barbara McColl.
Producer Simon Betts
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
BBC One London

Come Dancing 91

From the Tower Ballroom,
Blackpool, Angela Rippon and Charles Nove are the hosts as London South compete against Belfast, to the music of the Andy Ross Orchestra. In the cabaret spotlight are the UK and European Professional Latin Champions,
Sammy Stopford and Barbara McColl , in a salute to the music of Neil Sedaka.
Director/Producer Simon Betts
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
BBC One London

Children in Need

Last year, "Children in Need" viewers and listeners helped raise over £20 million. Now it's time for Terry Wogan and Sue Cook to fire the starting gun on the 1992 Pudsey Olympics and play host to some of the top names in entertainment.
Noel Edmonds, Right Said Fred, Robert Palmer and the cast of "Casualty" are among the stars asking for help to improve the quality of life for thousands of Britain's disadvantaged children.
In London Andi Peters greets fundraisers at Television Centre while Lionel Blair, Cannon and Ball and Bananarama join in around the UK.
At 7.15 Peter Simon and Shane Richie referee a custard pie shoot-out while Blue Peter veterans John Noakes, Peter Purves and Valerie Singleton reunite to join John Leslie In Search of Bill and Ben. FEATURE: page 43
7.30pm South East
From its Elstree studio comes a "Top of the Pops" like you've never seen it before featuring: during the evening, Bananarama and the Metropolitan Police choir, pop sensation East 17 and the 'Madonna of opera' Lesley Garrett. There will be stars from EastEnders and Eldorado, and Claire Rayner will be giving advice to the rich and famous.
7.40pm
Linford Christie joins Steve Cram and the Radio Times relay team to deliver a Children in Need flame to Terry Wogan after 14 days and over 750 miles on the road.
8.00pm
Frank Bruno sees fair play as Noel Edmonds tries to win your special pledges by 'grabbing a grand' for "Children in Need". Right Said Fred offer a deeply dippy invitation to lunch and at 8.30, Bobby Davro referees a long-distance karaoke contest between impressionists from Wales and Northern Ireland.
9.00pm Nine O'Clock News With Martyn Lewis.
Regional News; Weekend Weather Bernard Davey
TELETEXT SUBTITLES (news): page 888
9.30pm
"Children in Need" continues with "Birds of a Feather" stars Pauline Quirke, Linda Robson and Lesley Joseph bringing back burlesque, the "Casualty" gang presenting a musical medical extravaganza, and Jeff Banks hosting the all-star
"Children in Need Clothes Show".
Including at:
9.55-10.35pm
Children of Courage and Achievement
Esther Rantzen and Gavin Campbell honour some very special youngsters.
11.35pm South East
More music and comedy from the "Top of the Pops" studio; the Frigidaires, the Bronte Sisters, music from Bolivia, plus Larry Adler, Roy Castle and the West End show "From a Jack to a King".
12.00 Cabaret Time
Terry Wogan and Sue Cook introduce two hours of top-flight entertainment starring Five Guys Named Moe, Robert Palmer and the cast of "Annie Get Your Gun". Marion Montgomery fronts a Trans-UK Jazz Band, Peter Snow proves that he's the king of the swingers and Gloria Hunniford, Leslie Grantham, Eddie Large and Mary Millar present their version of "Guys and Dolls". Beverley Craven and Tony Slattery drop in and Bob Holness hosts the final of the Pudsey Olympics.
Including at 1.15am a roundup from the regions on how the appeal has gone, and at 1.45 a look back on some of the highlights of the evening.
1.55am Grand Total
There's still time to donate.
BBC One London

Hangar 17

Today's cabaret line-up includes comedy from Les Bubb, who contorts his face with elastic bands, and the first Battle of the Bands. With host
Mickey Hutton. STEREO
● MUSIC AND ARTS: page 1
BBC One London

Hangar 17

I Comedian
Mickey I Hutton is the host and MC of this new cabaret venue.
Today's line-up includes comedy from Miles Crawford and music from chart-topping band Voice of the Beehive.
Plus a crazy dance competition and the Oddjob Game. ● STEREO
BBC One London

Only Fools and Horses

Another chance to see an episode of John Sullivan 's classic comedy series. Starring David Jason
Nicholas Lyndhurst Buster Merryfield
Stage Fright. Opportunity knocks for Raquel at a cabaret club.
Director Tony Dow
Producer Gareth Gwenlan
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888






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