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BBC One London

Hangar 17

Chart star Sybil provides the live music on today's show. Plus the regular features of Taking the Mickey and Battle of the Bands, in which EastEnders take on Maid Marian and Her Merry Men. And there's comedy from the resident cabaret. Introduced by Mickey Hutton. With Mark Hayford, James Hamill, Paul Leyshon and Zara Nuttley.
LETTERS: write to Hangar 17, [address removed].
BBC One London

Come Dancing

Sheffield and London North are the round 2 teams in this contest for the Proton Cars
Trophy. Andy Ross leads the band and world champions Marcus and Karen Hilton provide the cabaret entertainment. Introduced by Rosemarie Ford. Producer Simon Betts
BBC One London

Come Dancing

Cardiff and Liverpool are the teams competing in the first semi-final. World champions Marcus and Karen Hilton provide the cabaret as Rosemarie Ford hosts the contest for the Proton Cars
Trophy, with music from the Andy Ross Orchestra. ProducerSimon Betts
BBC One London

Come Dancing

Teams from Birmingham and Liverpool are introduced by Rosemarie Ford as they compete for the Proton Cars Trophy. With the Andy Ross Band and World Latin champions Donnie Burns and Gaynor Fairweather in cabaret.
Producer Simon Betts
BBC One London

Come Dancing

London North and London South are the teams competing in the second semi-final for the Proton Cars Trophy. World Latin champions Donnie Burns and Gaynor Fairweather provide the cabaret and the orchestra is led by Andy Ross. Rosemarie Ford is the hostess.
Producer Simon Betts
BBC One London

Come Dancing

The country's top amateur dancers step out over the next ten weeks to compete in various disciplines for the Proton Cars Trophy. This year, the old-time dance category makes a welcome return.
Rosemarie Ford hosts the action between tonight's teams from London North and Glasgow and world champions Marcus and Karen Hilton are the cabaret performers. Music is from the Andy Ross Orchestra. Producer Simon Betts
Stepping out behind the scenes
SEE FEATURE page 46
BBC One London

Hangar 17

Comedy, games, music and fun, with a special American dance routine and music from a top chart band. Plus the resident cabaret group of Steve Rawlings , David Schneider and Deborah Woolley and guest, comedy performer Les Bubb. Presented by Mickey Hutton with Mark Hayford , James Hamill and Paul Leyshon.
LETTERS: write to Hangar 17, PO Box 1700, London W 12 2 7RJ
BBC One London

Come Dancing

The old time dancers join the Latin, modern and formation experts and Rosemarie Ford hosts the action between
Manchester and Belfast, as they compete for the Proton Cars Trophy.
World professional Latin champions Donnie Burns and Gaynor Fairweather are in cabaret, and the music is by the Andy Ross Orchestra. Producer Simon Betts
BBC One London

Hangar 17

Comedian
Mickey Hutton returns with the programme full of comedy, music and fun. The resident cabaret team of Steve Rawlings , David Schneider and Deborah Wooley are joined by today's guests - Team Rosa , a five-man tumbling act from
Germany. With Mark Hayford and James Hamill.
LETTERS: write to Hangar 17. PO Box 1700. London W12 7RJ
BBC One London

Hangar 17

Today's programme includes a futuristic dance from students of the London Studio Centre, the resident comedy cabaret of Steve Rawlings ,
Deborah Woolley and David Schneider , and the magic of Paul Phillipart. With Mickey Hutton , Mark Hayford , James Hamill , Paul Leyshon and Zara Nutley.
LETTERS: write to Hangar 17
PO Box 1700. London W 12 6HA
BBC One London

Come Dancing

In tonight's final, Liverpool compete against the champions London South for the Proton Cars Trophy. The World Latin and Modern champions are in cabaret with music from the Andy Ross Orchestra. Presented by Rosemarie Ford.
Producer Simon Betts
BBC One London

Hangar 17

Romance is in the air at
Hangar 17, and DJ Paul is in danger of being hit by Cupid's arrow. Mickey Hutton is on hand to keep things under control and to introduce today's guests, who include master magician Geoffrey Durham.
There's music by Dina Carroll and Louie Louie , and there's more comedy from the resident comedy cabaret team. Watch out for Taking the Mickey, the fast and furious game, which gives someone the chance to go for today's mystery prize. With Mark Hayford , James Hamill and Paul Leyshon.
LETTERS: write to Hangar 17,
PO Box 1700, London W 12 7RJ
BBC One London

See Hear!

A cabaret for the deaf. With signing and subtitles.
BBC One London

Come Dancing

The United Kingdom final, featuring London and Liverpool. The cabaret is provided by the world modern champions, Marcus and Karen Hilton. Introduced by Rosemarie Ford.
Producer Simon Betts
BBC One London

Absolutely Fabulous: Death

Admirers of Bubble, Edina's uniquely incompetent PA played by Jane Horrocks, may have been alarmed by her absence from last week's Absolutely Fabulous, the first of the new series. Fear not: Bubble is back, while Jane Horrocks's career proceeds onwards and upwards. Her performance in Jim Cartwright's National Theatre hit The Rise and Fall of Little Voice has been followed by the lead role in the revival of Cabaret, currently the most sought-after ticket In London's West End.
In tonight's episode, Death, Edina's thoughts turn to her own mortality. How would she like to be remembered after her death? Is Saffron really an adequate monument?
BBC One London

Only Fools and Horses

Stage Fright. Opportunity knocks for Raquel in the shape of a contract from a local cabaret club. But the contract is for "a singing duo". Raquel's manager, Derek the "Starmaker" Trotter, thinks he has the answer.
With Philip Pope , Trevor Byfield. Wntten by John Sullivan
Director Tony Dow : Producer Gareth Gwenlan
BBC One London

Hi-de-Hi!

Another chance to see an episode of the classic comedy series.
On with the Mot/ey. Ted gets his big chance. He is being booked to do a cabaret spot at a posh golfclub dinner. With Simon Cadell , Paul Shane , Ruth Madoc , Jeffrey Holland , Leslie Dwyer and Felix Bowness
Written by David Croft and Jimmy Perry Director John Kilby ; Producer David Croft
BBC One London

Victor/Victoria

Blake Edwards 's comedy starring Julie Andrews
James Garner
Victoria - a down and out singer - is trying to work the Paris cabaret scene. By chance she meets Toddy, a gay and witty entertainerwho 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".
(1982) Subtitled ......................... # FILM REVIEWS pages 42-46
BBC One London

Showstoppers

A series of shows featuring songs from stage and screen musicals. Hosted by Gary Wilmot , with Tom Conti , Barbara Dickson and Michael Feinstein.
See today's choices.
Director/Producer Kevin Bishop
♦See This Week: page
BBC One London

Bob Monkhouse On the Spot

Gagmaster Bob Monkhouse is back with his own show, in which the comedian faces members of the public in a question-and-answer session. Guest singer is Terry Neason. See today'schoices. Director Ian Hamilton ; Producer Alan Nixon






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