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In answer to your question, markyboy - the Gerry Anderson show is Four Feather Falls at 5pm on the then ITV Network because in 1960 all ITV companies were not on-air.
Gerry Anderson MBE 1929-2012 - RIP
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Today in 1972 (Saturday). The Olympic games opened in Munich, dominated by tragic circumstances but has memorable moments too from Mark Spitz and Mary Peters.

BBC 1

9.40 Before The Event. Diving To Win.
10.00 Weather. WeeKend Weather.
10.05 Athlete. Part 9.
10.30 Olympic Grandstand: 10.40, 1.35, 2.5, 4.35 International Cricket: England v. Australia, Prudential Trophy.
12.45 Football Preview.
1.20,1.50, 2.20 Racing at Goodwood.
2.40 XXth Olympic Games: The Opening Ceremony in Munich.
4.55 Final Score. Classified football results, racing and rugby, reports and action highlights.
5.15 The Last Of The Mohicans. Part 6.
6.15 News, Weather Followed by Regional News and Sport.
6.30 Gunsmoke. The Judas Gun.
7.20 A Special Dad's Army. With Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier, and Clive Dunn in Battle Of The Giants.
8.15 It's Lulu, Not To Mention Dudley Moore. Guests include The Young Generation, Colin Pilditch and the Dudley Moore Trio.
9.00 A Man Called Ironside. Raymond Burr in The Man On The Inside.
9.50 News & Weather.
10.05 Match Of The Day. Featuring two of the day's outstanding fixtures.
11.05 Today At The Olympic Games. Featuring the Opening Ceremony highlights.
12.10 Weather.

BBC 2

2.20 Come Lasses And Lads. Time of the Reading Schools' Music Festival.
3.00 One Day International Cricket. England vs. Australia.
7.00 World Chess Championship. Report. Boris Spassky vs. Bobby Fischer.
7.20 News, Sport & Weather.
7.30 All In A Day. Part 4, The Visit.
8.15 Civilisation. A personal view by Kenneth Clark. Part 11, The Worship Of Nature.
9.05 Sounds For Saturday. Roberta Flack.
9.50 Emma. Part 6.
10.35 Film Night.
11.10 News On 2. Weather.
11.15 Midnight Movie: It Happened In Athens (1962). With Jayne Mansfield, Trax Colton, and Nico Minardos.
12.45 Close.

Anglia

11.00 All Our Yesterdays. In the week, when the countries of the world line up for the 1972 Olympics, Brian Inglis talks to Lord Exter, chairman of the organising and executive committee for the British Olympics about the preparations he had in hand 25 years ago.

Granada Television Production.

11.30 Film: Tarzan’s Desert Mysteries. Starring Johnny Weismuller. Tarzan battles with Nazi secret agents striving to cause trouble in the territories of two important sheikhs.

12.45 News.

12.50 Olympic World Of Sport: : Introduced by Dickie Davies in Munich and Fred Dinenage in London.
12.55 On The Ball: Introduced by Brian Moore and Jimmy Hill.
1.10 Olympics '72: Dickie Davies reports direct from the Olympic Stadium in Munich on the opening day of the Games.
1.20 The ITV Six: 1.30. 2.00, 2.30 Racing from Bath. 1.45, 2.15, and 2.45 Racing from Newcastle.
2.55 Olympics '72: Opening Ceremony of the XXth Olympiad.
4.50 Results Service.

5.15 News And Olympics. With Gordon Honeycombe and Fred Dinenage.

5.20 Primus. Ten Minutes Of Eternity. Starring Robert Brown. Primus tries to rescue a friend who is trapped underwater.

5.45 Who Do You Do? With Freddie Starr, Peter Goodwright with guests Dailey And Wayne with Tony Brandon, Alan Clive and The Delmonts. Among the many impersonations are John Wayne, Gary Cooper, Jack Douglas, Fred Emney, Tony Newley, Bernie Winters and Tingha And Tucker!

London Weekend Television Production.

6.15 Sez Les. Starring Les Dawson with The Syd Lawrence Orchestra, Les Girls and guests Sandie Shaw, Dana & Bruce Ruffin.

Yorkshire Television Production.

7.00 Film: Escape From San Quentin. Starring Johnny Desmond, Merry Anders and Richard Devon. A daring jailbreak by air figures in this dramatic story of the friction which arises between two convicts once they are on the outside. Trouble comes when one, sickened by the other’s use of violence, thinks of giving himself up.

8.30 Saturday Variety. With Neil Sedaka and Clodagh Rodgers.

ATV Network Production.

9.30 Villains. Sand Dancer. Starring Alun Armstrong. Terence “Tel” Bolden, one of the tunnellers in the Bog Robbery, escaped from captivity for one simple reason - a re-union. His journey back home is filled with incidents. Incidents like the stolen car, demonstrating against hare-coursing, and hitching a lift with a “camp” window-dresser. But all the time he is driven on by the determination to get to South Shields and see his girl, Rita, again.

London Weekend Television Production.

10.30 News And Olympics.

10.50 Aquarius. Presented by Humphrey Burton. Kenny Everett’s London. Kenny switches from disc jockey to environmentalists and scrutinizes some of London’s more bizarre landmarks. Everything From Masques And Mimes To Bloody Miracles. Raymond Mander and Joe Mitchenson describe their collection of anything and everything to do with theatre. John Allin - A Self Portrait. A citizen of Hackney in London’s East End, former lorry driver, tree pruner, swimming baths attendant and tallyman, John Allin is now a full-time painter exhibiting in a West End gallery.

London Weekend Television Production.

11.50 Jason King. That Isn’t Me, It’s Somebody Else. A man resembling Jason King sets out to kill a gang leader. Guest starring Patrick Troughton.

12.45 At The End Of The Day.

LWT

10.50 Primus. The 65th Minute.
11.15 Sesame Street.
12.15 Lidsville. Mark And The Beanstalk.
12.45 News.
12.50 Olympic World Of Sport.
5.10 News And Olympics.
5.20 Sale Of The Century.
5.50 Sez Les.
6.30 Who Do You Do?
7.00 Film: The Swordsman (1948).
8.20 Police 5: Presented by Shaw Taylor in association with New Scotland Yard.
8.30 Saturday Variety.
9.30 Villians. Sand Dancer.
10.30 News And Olympics.
10.50 Aquarius Mahler Festival. Symphony No. 9. With Leonard Bernstein and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
12.30 Christianity In Adversity.

Southern

11.15 All Our Yesterdays.
11.45 Thunderbirds.
12.42 Regional Weather.
12.45 News.
12.50 World Of Sport.
5.10 News And Olympics.
5.25 The Avengers.
6.15 The Best Of Please Sir! Black Power.
6.45 The Comedians.
7.15 Mystery Movie. Columbo - Dead Weight.
8.27 Southern News.
8.30 Saturday Variety.
9.30 Villains.
10.30 News And Olympics.
10.50 The Aquarius Mahler Festival.
12.30 Weather followed by Guideline.

ATV

12.10 Tomorrow’s Horoscope.
12.15 Captain Scarlett And The Mysterons.
12.45 News.
12.50 World Of Sport.
5.10 News And Olympic Report.
5.20 It Takes A Thief.
6.15 Sez Les.
7.00 Film: The Captive City. Starring John Forsyth and Joan Camden.
8.30 Saturday Variety.
9.30 Villains.
10.30 News And Olympic Report.
10.50 Short Story. Jack In A Box.
11.20 Name Of The Game.
12.45 Stories Worth Telling followed by Weather.

Channel

12.45 News.
12.50 World Of Sport.
5.10 News And Olympic Report.
5.15 Who Do You Do?
5.45 Sale Of The Century.
6.15 Sez Les.
7.00 Film: Columbo - Suitable For Framing.
8.30 Saturday Variety.
9.30 Villains.
10.30 News and Olympics followed by Channel Islands Weather Summary.
10.50 Aquarius.
12.30 Weather.

Westward

11.50 Make A Wish.
12.15 Lidsville.
12.40 Gus Honeybun’s Birthdays.
12.45 News.
12.50 World Of Sport.
5.10 News And Olympics Report.
5.15 Who Do You Do?
5.45 Sale Of The Century.
6.15 Sez Les.
7.00 Film: Columbo - Suitable For Framing.
8.30 Saturday Variety.
9.30 Villains.
10.30 News and Olympics.
10.50 Aquarius.
12.30 Faith For Life.
12.35 Weather.
12.38 Close.

HTV
11.15 Sesame Street.
12.15 Farming Diary.
12.45 News.
12.50 World Of Sport.
5.10 News And Olympics Report.
5.15 Best Of Please Sir!
5.45 Sale Of The Century. (HTV Wales Sion A Sian).
6.15 Sez Les.
7.00 McCloud: A Little Plot At Tranquil Valley.
8.30 Saturday Variety.
9.30 Villains.
10.30 News And Olympics Report.
10.50 Aquarius.
11.50 Play Back.
12.50 Weather.

Granada

11.00 Sesame Street.
12.00 Mad Movies.
12.25 Cartoon Time.
12.45 News.
12.50 World Of Sport.
5.10 News.
5.15 Primus.
5.45 Who Do You Do?
6.15 Sez Les.
7.00 Film: It Came From Outer Space.
8.30 Saturday Variety.
9.30 Villains.
10.30 News And Olympics Report.
10.50 Aquarius.
11.50 Strange Report.
12.40 Close.

Yorkshire

11.00 All Of Yesterdays.
11.25 Make A Wish.
11.50 Woobinda.
12.15 Lidsville.
12.45 News.
12.50 World Of Sport.
5.10 News.
5.15 Primus.
5.45 Who Do You Do?
6.15 Sez Les?
7.00 Columbo: Suitable For Framing.
8.30 Saturday Variety.
9.30 Villains.
10.30 News And Olympics Report.
10.50 Arthur C Clarke.
11.45 Journey To The Unknown.
12.35 Weather.

Continuity & adverts shown on this day:

BBC 1 - 1984

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pt-xTfC0Q0w

LWT - 1984

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAe3VmGEQBg

TV-am handover to Thames - 1985

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQ5K5O0OyAA

LWT - 1988

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptHyvmlEF34

Central - 1988

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83znfsDDi2g
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhvXNK2_FT8

Channel 4 (With rare Channel Television endcap) - 1989

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84COu3YGUhs

BBC 2 - 1992

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BHGZ_VAJd2E
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oglcqnq8YaM

Yorkshire - 1993

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g36DVLvgV3k
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NPNcu13MSiQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJtrowNokVg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kP9hvZ6W3gY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wT5k3EMtbVg

Yorkshire - 1995

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jw98M_gzUfE

BBC 1 - 1996

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFMsekUOnq4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onogJRjvRrM


BBC 1 Scotland - 1996

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngSJVMjkzN8

Channel 4 - 1998

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tU2wk9G0fII

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Today in 1978 (Sunday)

BBC 1

7.15 - 8.30 Open University.
9.00 - 9.15 Barnaby.
9.40 - 10.10 Nai Zindagi Naya Jeevan.
11.35 - 11.45 On The Move.
12.30 Sunday Worship.
1.05 Farming.
1.30 Canoe.
1.50 News.
1.55 Film: Showboat (1951). One of the great musicals of all time, centred on a company of touring entertainers on a Mississippi
show boat. Howard Keel and Kathryn Grayson sing the classic songs of Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein.
3.40 International Show Jumping.
5.20 Summer Sunday.
5.50 Mickey Mouse.
6.10 News.
6.15 The Light Of Experience.
6.30 Service.
7.15 The Onedin Line. James Onedin is unhappy when he learns that his wife Letty (Jill Gascoigne) is going to have a baby.
8.05 Film: Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid (1969). Paul Newman and Robert Redford as two of the West's most outrageous outlaws.
9.55 News.
10.05 The Sunday Prom.
11.05 The Editors.
11.50 Weather.
11.55 Close.

BBC 1 Wales

7.15 - 8.30 Open University.
9.00 - 9.15 Barnaby.
9.40 - 10.10 Nai Zindagi Naya Jeevan.
11.35 - 11.45 On The Move.
12.30 Sunday Worship.
1.05 Farming.
1.30 Canoe.
1.50 News.
1.55 Film: Showboat (1951).
3.40 International Show Jumping.
5.20 Twndish.
5.50 Mickey Mouse.
6.10 News.
6.15 Troi‘r Dall.
6.30 Service.
7.15 The Onedin Line.
8.05 Film: Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid (1969).
9.55 News.
10.05 The Sunday Prom.
11.05 The Editors.
11.50 Weather.
11.55 Close.

BBC 2

7.40-1.55, Open University.
1.55 Cricket: Gloucester vs. Somerset.
8.45 News Review.
7.15 The World About Us. How a young pilot pioneered an air service to link 100,000 people in the Australian Outback.
8.05 Festival of Festivals. At Wolf Trap Park outside Washington; Leonard Bernstein conducts the National Symphony Orchestra with
soloists Yehudi Mennkin, Andre Previn and Rostropovioh.
9.35 Anna Karenina.
10.30 News.
10.35 The Dutch Grand Prix.
11.05 Film: King Of Marvin Gardens (1972). Jack Nicholson, the host of a late night radio talk show, becomes involved with racketeers and murder.
12.50 Close.

Anglia

9.30 Buying And Selling A House. In this final programme following the experiences of people doing their own conveyancing. Introduced by Brian Truman.

Granada Television Production.

10.00 Morning Worship. From St. Gegory’s in the village of Bedale, North Yorkshire.

Yorkshire Television Production.

11.00 First Act. With Anna Scher & The Anna Scher Children’s Theatre. The 10 to 14 year-olds the Children’s Theatre enjoy games and exercises designed to encourage quick thinking.

London Weekend Television Production.

11.30 Great Expectations. A repeat of the documentary tracing the development of a group of young people in Newcastle Upon Tyne.

ATV Network Production.

12.00 Face The Press. Each week someone who makes the news is questioned by people who report it. Writer and broadcaster George Ffitch chairs the panel of journalists.

Tyne Tees Television Production.

12.30 Stalin - The Red Tsar. Triumph Of Terror. Contiuing the series following the rise of power of Josef Stalin. Russia in the mid Thirties was a country of smiling faces hiding horror. Economic conditions had grown easier but after the murder of Sergei Kirov one of Stalin’s closest lieutenants in December 1934, Stalin unleashed his Great Terror. Aimed at pulverising all possible opposition to his rule, it engulfed millions of innocent people. The narrator is Philip Madoc.

London Weekend Television Production.

1.15 Cartoons.

1.30 Weather.

1.35 Farming Diary. Presented by John Jenkins, John Slater and Arnold Hitchcock.

Anglia Television Production.

2.05 Cartoon.

2.15 Match Of The Week. Presented by Gerry Harrison. Spurs vs. Chelsea.

Anglia Television Production.

3.20 Code R. Grounded. A plane crash threatens to change the welcome return of Walt’s brother into a devastating personal tragedy.

4.20 The Cedar Tree. Times Remembered. Following the fortunes of the Bourne family and their friends in the turbulent Thirties. Both Nanny and Geoffrey Cartland face crises in their lives. Features Rosemary “Department S” Nichols.

ATV Network Production.

5.20 Junior Sunday Quiz. Religious quiz presented by Keith Macklin. Today’s teams are St. Mary Redcliffe and Temple School, Bristol vs. Gosforth High School, Newcastle. The prepared topics on St. Luke and Islam are followed by the schools own special subjects.

Yorkshire Television Production.

5.45 Solo One. Watch Out For The Robinsons. Gary Hogan thinks it’s unfair when a traffic offence leads to problems.

Followed by Weather Forecast.

6.15 News.

6.25 Appeal. Peter Gilmore appeals on behalf of the British Sailor’s Society.

Granada Television Production.

6.30 Parables. Another Weekend. Andre Morell plays a distinguished man now retired and writing his memoirs. His life has been successful - but what has that success cost those nearest to him ?

ATV Network Production.

7.15 The Love Boat. The Understudy. Crew member Julie McCoy finds her job is in jeopardy.

8.10 Paul Daniels Blackpool Bonanza. With The Drifters, Les Dennis and Bert Weedon.

Granada Television Production.

9.15 News.

9.30 You Are My Heart's Delight. Double bill of plays, one about a couple of city dwellers (Anton Rodgers and Anne Kristen) torn over whether to realise their long-time dream of living in the country; the other about a Scottish gamekeeper and his sister (Alex McCrindle arid Jean Faulds) unhappy with the changes being made in their lives.

Granada Television Production.

10.30 The World Swimming Championships. Grace and elegance dominate tonight’s coverage, with the final of the Team Synchronised Swimming event plus the preliminary round of the Men’s High Diving event. There’s action, too, with one of the deciding water polo matches. As usual, Dickie Davies is your host in London with Athole Still and David Wilkie in West Berlin.

11.00 The New Avengers. Gladiators. In the wilds of Canada, nothing stands between a team of super killers and the world but The Avengers. It’s gladiatorial combat to the death.

12.00 The Bible Today. Presented by Christopher Rev. Christopher Bryan, Senior Education Officer for the London Diocesan Board Of Education.

LWT

9.30 Buying And Selling A House.
10.00 Morning Worship.
11.00 Out Of Town.
11.30 Great Expectations.
12.00 Happy Days.
12.30 Stalin - The Red Tsar.
1.15 Face The Press.
1.45 Funky Phantom.
2.15 The Big Match.
3.15 Those Wonderful TV Times. Among those taking part in this week's quiz: Pat Coombs, Thora Hird, Lance Percival and Mike Reid.
3.45 The Cedar Tree.
4.45 The Rag Trade.
5.20 Junior Sunday Quiz.
5.45 Survival.
6.15 News.
6.25 Appeal.
6.30 Parables.
7.15 The Love Boat.
8.10 Paul Daniels Blackpool Bonanza.
9.15 News.
9.30 You Are My Heart's Delight.
10.30 The World Swimming Championships.
11.00 Police Five.
11.10 Film: Can Ellen Be Saved? (1973). Starring Kathy Cannon.
12.30 Close.

HTV

9.00 Sesame Street.
10.00 Morning Worship.
11.00 Buying And Selling A House.
11.25 Captain Nemo.
11.30 Trinity House.
12.00 Face The Press.
12.30 Stalin - The Red Tsar.
1.15 Woody Woodpecker.
1.45 Farming.
2.15 Soccer.
3.15 Man From Atlantis.
3.45 The Cedar Tree.
4.45 The Rag Trade.
5.20 Junior Sunday Quiz.
5.45 A World Worth Keeping.
6.15 News.
6.25 Appeal.
6.30 Parables.
7.15 The Love Boat.
8.10 Paul Daniels Blackpool Bonanza.
9.15 News.
9.30 You Are My Heart's Delight.
10.30 The World Swimming Championships.
11.00 TV Film: Bad Ronald.
12.30 Close.

Yorkshire

9.00 Great Expectations.
9.30 Buying And Selling A House.
10.00 Morning Worship.
11.00 Run, Joe, Run.
11.30 Farming.
12.00 Face The Press.
12.30 Stalin - The Red Tsar.
1.15 Cartoons.
1.25 Emmerdale Farm.
2.20 Soccer.
3.20 Space 1999.
4.20 The Cedar Tree.
5.20 Junior Sunday Quiz.
5.45 Dynomutt.
6.15 News.
6.25 Appeal.
6.30 Parables.
7.15 The Love Boat.
8.10 Paul Daniels Blackpool Bonanza.
9.15 News.
9.30 You Are My Heart's Delight.
10.30 The World Swimming Championships.
11.00 The Cuckoo Waltz.
11.30 Jazz Concert.

Westward

10.00 Morning Worship.
11.00 Great Expectations.
11.30 Buying And Selling A House.
12.00 Face The Press.
12.30 Stalin - The Red Tsar.
1.15 Space 1999.
2.15 Soccer.
3.15 Raffarty.
4.20 The Cedar Tree.
5.20 Junior Sunday Quiz.
5.45 Woody Woodpecker.
6.15 News.
6.25 Appeal.
6.30 Too Many Mansions.
7.15 The Love Boat.
8.10 Paul Daniels Blackpool Bonanza.
9.15 News.
9.30 You Are My Heart's Delight.
10.30 The World Swimming Championships.
11.00 Film: Ride Beyond Vengeance (1968).

Channel

2.13 Weather.
2.15 Soccer.
3.15 Raffarty.
4.20 The Cedar Tree.
5.20 Junior Sunday Quiz.
5.45 Woody Woodpecker.
6.15 News.
6.25 Appeal.
6.30 Too Many Mansions.
7.15 The Love Boat.
8.10 Paul Daniels Blackpool Bonanza.
9.15 News.
9.30 You Are My Heart's Delight.
10.30 The World Swimming Championships.
11.00 Film: Ride Beyond Vengeance (1968).

ATV

9.05 Great Expectations.
9.30 Link.
10.00 Morning Worship.
11.00 Buying And Selling A House.
11.25 Captain Nemo.
11.30 Gardening Today.
12.00 Face The Press.
12.30 Stalin - The Red Tsar.
1.15 Mr Magoo.
1.25 Chopper Squad.
2.15 Star Soccer. Leicester City vs. Cambridge United.
3.20 Danger In Paradise.
4.20 The Cedar Tree.
5.20 Junior Sunday Quiz.
5.45 Really Rosie.
6.15 News.
6.25 Appeal.
6.30 Parables.
7.15 The Love Boat.
8.10 Paul Daniels Blackpool Bonanza.
9.15 News,
9.30, You Are My Heart's Delight.
10.30 The World Swimming Championships.
11.10 Paul Williams In Concert.
12.30 Close.

Southern

9.00 Great Expectations.
9.30 Buying And Selling A House.
10.00 Morning Worship.
11.00 Farm Progress.
11.27 Weather.
11.30 Happy Days.
12.00 Face The Press.
12.30 Stalin - The Red Tsar.
1.15 Clue Club.
1.45 Out Of Town.
2.15 Soccer.
3.15 The Man From Atlantis.
4.15 Southern News.
4.20 The Cedar Tree.
5.20 Junior Sunday Quiz.
5.45 Lassie.
6.15 News.
6.25 Appeal.
6.30 Parables.
7.15 The Love Boat.
8.10 Paul Daniels Blackpool Bonanza.
9.15 News,
9.30, You Are My Heart's Delight.
10.30 The World Swimming Championships.
11.00 Power Without Glory.
12.00 Weather followed by Close.

Continuity & adverts shown on this day

BBC 1 North-East - 1980

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plvhuZyVn4E

BBC 1 Wales - 1983

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaADzQUHoDc

Channel 4 Start up - 1984

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaO2HgS9q28

Channel 4 -1984

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4u0oYxdRSgI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1tqeRKLBMk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFpiPIx5oI0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRPTukgLNyE

Tyne Tees - 1990

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Sc98Me8Yfs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eu-miaRsKws
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1aG0c2w7-c

TV-am 1992

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHJ6qVNCwHY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6w1PI4exGk

BBC 1 - 1992

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMjBISHgbFM

BBC 1 - 1993

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPvdYaH0D9w

BBC 2 - 1993

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7keo2Xc2vg

BBC 2 -1995

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlSE6oiDc8k

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Today in 1964 (Friday)

BBC 1

10.45 - 11.00 Watch With Mother. The Woodentops.
1.05 Heddiw. Welsh topical magazine.
1.25 News.
1.30 - 1.45 Watch With Mother. The Flowerpot Men.
5.10 Holiday Knockout. Wales vs. England. Holiday campers In an all-in contest.
6.00 News.
6.10 Town And Around. Followed by Weather
6.35 Barn Dance. With Val Doonican, The Barry Sisters, and Steve Benbow
7.00 Tonight.
7.35 Swizzlewick. How to Make £250,000, with Martin Wyldeck, Haydn Jones, Arnold Peters, Peter Russell.
8.0 A World Of His Own. with Roy Kinnear and Anne Cunningham.
8.25 Saints And Sinners. Daddy's Girl.
9.15 News.
9.25 Chase Me Comrade! An excerpt from the new farce at the Whitehall Theatre, London, with Brian Rix, Jacqueline Ellis, and Peter Gray.
10.05 Highway In The Sky. The building of the Forth Road Bridge, Cameras have roamed from 200tt. underground to 520ft. In the air to make this story of the £20 million , suspension bridge - the biggest in Europe.
10.45 The Democratic Convention. Report from the convention hall in Atlantic City.
11.05 News Extra.
11.15 Weather.

BBC 2

11.00 - 11.30 Play School. A traditional story “A Tale Of The Turnip” rewritten by Elizabeth Clark is told by Eileen Colwell.
7.25 Line-Up. Including the latest news.
7.35 Arrest And Trial. Birds Of A Feather. Victoria Shaw plays a socialite on trial for helping to swindle a rich Texan (Jim Backus) out of $50,000.
8.50 Story Parade. The Cares Of Steel. A science-fiction classic with Kenneth J. Warren and Peter Cushing.
10.05 Newsroom.
10.30 Close and a look at tomorrow.

Westward

10.00 - 12.30 Science '64. From the British Association meeting.

2.15-4.15 Racing. From Sandown Park. Race commentator Tony Cook, Paddock commentator Ken Butler, Racing guide John Rickman, On the rails Peter Moor.

Rediffusion Outside Broadcast.

4.43 Westward News Headlines.

4.45 Gus Honeybun. Soloman Seal. Washing Up with Ivan Owen.

Westward Television Production.

5.00 Five O'Clock Club. Guests Helen Shapiro, Chad Stuart and Jeremy Clyde, and The Showtimers.

Rediffusion Production.

5.25 Boots And Saddles. Reapeater Rifles. Starring Jack Pickard. Selling rifles to marauding Indians, even though he has a government licence to do so, pins moral responsibility on trader Jackson for the death of several Fort Lowell troopers.

5.55 News.

6.05 Westward Diary.

Westward Television Production.

6.25 Sports Desk. Sports topics edited by David Vine.

Westward Television Production.

6.40 Westward Gazette. West Country announcements.

6.45 Pop And Leslie. How best to cook, how best to grow. Pop Welsh and Leslie Hoare show you and from time to time invite you to show them.

Westward Television Production.

7.00 The Celebrity Game. Master of Celebrities, Clive Goodwin, with Larry Adler, Stratford Johns. Ray Martine, Melinda Marx, Marjorie Proops and Sylvia Syms.

Westward Television Production.

7.30 Emergency - Ward 10. Giles Farmer wants an answer.

ATV Production.

8.00 Gunsmoke. Hour Of Execution. Less than 24 hours before Johnny Messico is due to be executed, Judge Ralph Addison who was at the trial, informs Dr. Carl Hyatt that he has received threatening letters predicting his death at the same time as Messico’s.

8.55 News.

9.10 Triangle. The Dreamers. Three plays, with Veronica Strong, Madeleine Newbury, John Abineri and Peter Jeffrey. We live by dreams, feed on fairy tales - and sometimes our dreams can destroy us.

Granada Television Production.

10.05 Call In On Carroll. Ronnie Carroll, with Janie Marden, The Seekers, and guest, Ronnie Hilton.

ATV Production.

10.35 Ready, Steady, Go! Keith Fordyce with Cathy McGowan Invites you to meet Gerry and the Pacemakers, Mark Wynter and The Mojos.

Rediffusion Production.

11.24 News Headlines.

11.26 Interpol Calling. Cargo For Death. Starring Charles Kovin and Edwin Richfield. At Chandra Manufacturing Laboratories in Karachi, Pakistan. A robbery which could have disastrous consequences.

11.50 Weather.

11.51 Faith For Life. Introduced by Rev. A. Kingsley Sanders M.A. followed by closedown.


Rediffusion

10.00 - 12.30 Science '64. From the British Association meeting: (1) Fungal Friends and Foes. (2) The Biological Basis of criminal behaviour.
2.15-4.15 Racing. From Sandown Park.
4.45 Small Time. Two in Trouble.
5.00 Five O'Clock Club.
5.25 Quick Draw McGraw.
5.55 News. Followed by Weekend Weather.
6.08 Ready, Steady, Go!
7.00 The Celebrity Game.
7.30 Emergency - Ward 10.
8.00 Gunsmoke. I Call Him Wonder. Starring James Arness.
8.55 News
9.10 Triangle.
10.05 Call In On Carroll.
10.35 News Headlines.
10.37 Roving Report.
11.02 Dateline followed by Weather.
11.15 This Wonderful World.
11.40 Last Programme. Comment

Southern

10.00 - 12.30 Science '64.
2.15-4.15 Racing. From Sandown Park.
4.45 Small Time.
5.00 Five O'Clock Club.
5.25 Quick Draw McGraw.
5.55 News.
6.05 Day By Day.
6.40 Out Of Town.
7.00 The Celebrity Game.
7.30 Emergency - Ward 10.
8.00 Rawhide.
8.55 News.
9.10 Triangle.
10.05 Call In On Carroll.
10.35 News Headlines.
10.37 Roving Report.
11.00 One Step Beyond. Vision.
11.30 Weather. Followed by The Power Of The World.

ATV

10.00 - 12.30 Science '64.
2.05 - 4.15 Racing. From Sandown Park.
4.30 H-iT!
5.00 Five O'Clock Club.
5.25 Richard The Lionheart.
5.55 News.
6.05 Midlands News.
6.10 Ready, Steady, Go!
7.00 The Celebrity Game.
7.30 Emergency - Ward 10.
8.00 Big G. Green Green Hills.
8.55 News.
9.10 Triangle.
10.05 Call In On Carroll.
10.35 News Headlines.
10.37 Police Five.
10.42 The Richard Boone Show.
11.35 Legends Of The West.
12.00 Epilogue.

TWW

10.00 - 12.30 Science '64.
2.15-4.15 Racing. From Sandown Park.
4.25 Newyddion Y Dydd.
4.30 Tell-Ho!
5.00 Five O'Clock Club.
5.25 Fireball XL5.
5.55 News.
6.05 TWW Reports.
6.13 Here Today.
6.30 Ready, Steady, Go!
7.00 The Celebrity Game.
7.30 Emergency - Ward 10.
8.00 Rawhide.
8.55 News.
9.10 Triangle.
10.05 Call In On Carroll.
10.35 News Headlines.
10.37 In The News.
11.07 Silents Please.
11.35 File On Fear.
11.50 Summing Up.
11.55 Weather.

Granada

10.00 - 12.30 Science '64.
2.15-4.15 Racing. From Sandown Park.
5.00 Five O'Clock Club.
5.25 The Magic Boomerang.
5.55 News.
6.05 The Beverly Hillbillies.
6.30 Scene At 6.30.
7.00 The Celebrity Game.
7.30 Emergency - Ward 10.
8.00 Stagecoach West.
8.55 News.
9.10 Triangle.
10.05 Call In On Carroll.
10.35 Ready, Steady, Go!
11.25 News Headlines followed by Newscast.
11.35 Fair Play followed by Goodnight.

Anglia

10.00 - 12.30 Science '64.
2.15-4.15 Racing. From Sandown Park.
4.30 The Romper Room.
5.00 Five O'Clock Club.
5.25 Sir Lancelot.
5.55 News.
6.05 About Anglia.
6.30 Look At East Anglia.
7.00 The Celebrity Game.
7.30 Emergency - Ward 10.
8.00 The Greatest Show On Earth. The Night The Monkey Died.
8.55 News.
9.10 Triangle.
10.05 Call In On Carroll.
10.35 News Headlines.
10.37 Roving Report.
11.00 Dateline.
11.15 Anglia News Headlines & Weather.
11.20 Epilogue.

Channel

2.15-4.15 Racing. From Sandown Park.
4.40 Puffin.
4.45 Small Time.
5.00 Five O'Clock Club.
5.25 Lassie.
5.55 News.
6.05 Channel News & Weather.
6.15 The Phil Silvers Show.
6.45 Pop And Leslie.
7.00 The Celebrity Game.
7.30 Emergency - Ward 10.
8.00 Gunsmoke.
8.55 News.
9.10 Triangle.
10.05 Call In On Carroll.
10.35 Ready, Steady, Go!
11.20 Weather and News in French. Followed by Weather.

Wales West And North.

10.00 - 12.30 Science '64.
2.15-4.15 Racing. From Sandown Park.
4.55 Tell-Ho!
5.00 Five O'Clock Club.
5.25 Fireball XL5.
5.55 News.
6.06 Y Dydd.
6.24 Father Of The Bride.
6.50 TWW Reports. Wales Edition.
6.08 Ready, Steady, Go!
7.00 The Celebrity Game.
7.30 Emergency - Ward 10.
8.00 Rawhide.
8.55 News.
9.10 Triangle. The Dreamers.
10.05 Chwediau Cymru.
10.37 In The News.
11.07 Silents Please.
11.35 File On Fear.
11.50 The Summing Up followed by Weather.

Adverts & continuity shown on this day:

BBC 2 - 1993

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rB-Uz9pXJbs

BBC 2 Closedown - 1993

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqYEcYJttA8

BBC 1 Opening - 1993

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IHAU8NP1Nc

BBC 1 Closedown - 1993

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldkn5ya7J2Y

BBC 1 - 1997

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bLmPia3J7Y
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Today in 1998 (Saturday)

BBC 1

7.00 The Munsters.
7.25 News & Weather.
7.30 Saturday Aardvark: Free Willy


  • 7.55 Raccoons.
    8.15 C Bear And Jamal.
    8.40 Marvel Action Hour.
    9.40 Grange Hill.
    10.10 Student Bodies.
    10.35 The Pop Zone: With B*witched.

10.45 Grandstand:


  • 10.50 Cricket: England vs. Sri Lanka.
    1.00 News.
    1.05 Football Focus.
    1.40 Cricket.
    2.40 Racing From Goodwood: The 2.45 and 3.15 races.
    3.25 Cricket.
    3.40 Racing.
    4.00 Cricket.
    4.40 Final Score. Times may vary.

5.15 News & Weather.
5.25 Local News & Sport.
5.30 Edinburgh Military Tattoo. 1998 Coverage of the international spectacular, featuring military bands from Russia, Fiji and New Zealand, plus the Honda Imps Motorcycle Display Team and some dazzling Celtic dancing. (S,T) 260252
6.20 The Other Half. Contestants battle for the chance to win a safari trip to Kenya in the last of the series of the relationship game show.
7.00 Bugs. Roz is contacted by a distraught former school friend whose father has been kidnapped by crooks intent on using his specialist knowledge to help them, plan a major heist.
7.50 The National Lottery On Tour. B*witched (they’re on again!) and Culture Club grace the stage of Blackpool's Grand Theatre and presenter Bradley Walsh meets his all-time hero, Norman Wisdom.
8.15 Families At War. One-off family game show for the Bank Holiday weekend, hosted by Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer. Alice Beer presides as umpire.
9.00 Film: The Brady Bunch Movie (1995). Comedy starring Shelley Long.
10.24 National Lottery Update. Tonight's numbers.
10.25 News & Weather.
10.45 Match Of The Day. Highlights of Everton V Tottenham Hotspur at Goodison Park, plus all the other top-flight goals.
11.55 Cricket. Highlights of England v Sri Lanka at The Oval.
12.35 Film: Shout (1991). Drama. Starring John Travolta.
2.00 Top Of The Pops. Presented by Jamie Theakston with performances by Sweetbox, Kavana, Alda, Spice Girls, Sheryl Crow, Foo Fighters, Corrs, Robbie Williams & Boyzone.
2.35 Weather.
2.40 BBC News 24.

BBC 2

6.05 Open University.
8.00 Weekend 24.
9.00 Open Saturday.
10.40 News Review.
10.55 Countryfile.
11.25 The Sky At Night.
11.45 Beautiful Things.
11.50 Film: The King And Four Queens (1956 Black & White). Western, starring Clark Gable.
1.10 Film: Bugles In The Afternoon (1952). Western, with Ray Milland and Helena Carter.
2.35 People's Century. The communist revolution which swept China in 1949.
3.30 Banacek. Thomas races to find a missing sculpture.
4.40 Cricket. England take on Sri Lanka at The Oval.
6.25 Whatever Happened To The Likely Lads? Bob asks Terry to house-sit for him.
6.55 Fifi's Boys. A colony of Tanzanian chimps presided over by Fifi, a 37-year-oid matriarch first , befriended in 1960 by naturalist Jane Goodall.
7.45 News, Sport & Weather. National updates.
8.00 A Little Piece Of Home. The last of the series looks at how music can cure homesickness for Caribbeans.
8.10 Soul Night: An evening dedicated to soul music.
8.15 Soul Of Soul. Light-hearted documentary.
8.55 Soul Talking. Celebrities favourite tunes.
9.00 Michael Jackson At 40. A special birthday tribute to the king of pop.
9.40 Soul At The Beeb: Soul Queens. Celebration of female singers, including Aretha Franklin and Dusty Springfield.
10.05 Roots, Toots And Suits. Oswald Boateng reveals how black music and fashion have made their way Into mainstream culture, focusing on hip-hop couture.
10.35 Soul At The Beeb: Soul Groups. Archive clips of top bands, including the Temptations and the Supremes.
11.00 Soul Weekender. Behind the scenes at the Caister Soul Weekender.
11.30 Soul At The Beeb: Soul Men. Profile of male singers, including Curtis Mayfield, Stevie Wonder and Al Green.
11.55 Otis And Friends. Concert footage of soul man Otis Redding from 1967.
12.40 Lynden David Hall In Concert. The future of soul.
1.10 Film: CB4 (1993). Musical comedy, starring Chris Rock and Alien Payne.
2.40 Close.
3.00 Learning Zone.
5.00 Close.

LWT

6.00 GMTV: News.
6.10 The Big Garage.
6.30 Bug Alert.
6.50 Fun Song Factory.
7.10 Diggit.
9.25 SMTV Live. New children's entertainment series which saw the Ant & Dec and Cat Dealey into stardom.
10.40 CD UK. New music series.
11.40 F1: Belgian Grand Prix Qualifying. The battle for pole position.
1.20 News & Weather.
1.25 Local News.
1.30 The Food Factory. The Yucksville youngsters learn about prehistoric cooking pots and tackle bread-making.
2.00 Airwolf. The team hunt crooks trying to sell a military helicopter which went missing in mysterious circumstances.
2.50 Film: Girls At Sea (1958). Comedy, starring Guy Rolfe and Michael Horden.
4.20 Murray And Martin's F1 Special. Preview of tomorrow's Belgian Grand Prix at the Spa- Francorchamps.
4.50 News, Results & Weather. National reports.
5.10 London Weekend Tonight. Regional reports.
5.25 Film: Dennis (1993). Comedy about the adventures of the title character - a badly-behaved boy whose inability to stay out of trouble is matched only by his neighbour's anger at his constant mischief. Walter Matthau stars.
7.00 Give Your Mate A Break. New series hosted by John Leslie, presenting four unknown performers with a once-in-a-lifetime chance to showcase their talents.

Continuity for Granada show on between these two programmes:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgZWakSRiDA

8.00 It Be Alright On The Night 10. Denis Norden presents another compilation of television clangers, cock-ups and fluffed cues, all rescued from the cutting-room floor to delight the nation. Including the National Lottery result.
9.00 Into The Blue. Feature-length thriller, starring John Thaw as a bankrupt Englishman, working as a waiter and caretaker on Rhodes, who becomes prime suspect after a woman friend goes missing during a walking trip. Also starring Celia Imrie and Abigail Cruttenden.
11.00 News & Weather.
11.15 Millennium. Frank Investigates a murder with apparent occult connections.
12.10 The Jerry Springer Show.
12.55 Baywatch Nights.
1.45 Film: Revealing Evidence (1989). Thriller, with Stanley Tucci and Finn Carter.
3.25 Box Office America.
3.50 CD UK.
4.40 ITV Nightscreen.
5.30 News.

Anglia

6.00 GMTV.
9.25 SMTV Live.
10.40 CD UK.
11.40 F1: Belgian Grand Prix Qualifying.
1.20 News & Weather.
1.24 Air Watch.
1.25 Local News.
1.30 Hollywood’s Greatest Stunts.
2.35 Cartoon Time.
2.50 The Road Show.
3.15 Robocop.
4.20 Murray And Martin's F1 Special.
4.50 News, Results & Weather.
5.09 Air Watch.
5.10 Anglia News.
5.19 Air Watch.
5.25 Film: Dennis (1993).
7.00 Give Your Mate A Break.
8.00 It Be Alright On The Night 10.
9.00 Into The Blue.
11.00 News & Weather.
11.14 Anglia Weather.
11.15 Film: Indecency.
12.55 Film: The Fall Of The House Of Usher.
2.20 Baywatch.
3.10 Ed’s Night Party.
3.35 Coach.
4.00 Not Fade Away.
4.55 ITV Nightscreen.
5.30 News.

Central

6.00 GMTV.
9.25 SMTV Live.
10.40 CD UK.
11.40 F1: Belgian Grand Prix Qualifying.
1.20 News & Weather.
1.25 Local News.
1.30 Film: Return Of Sam McCloud.
3.10 World Of Wonder. Natural and man-made marvels.
3.25 SeaQuest DSV. A hydro-electric plant is endangered.
4.20 Murray And Martin's F1 Special.
4.50 News, Results & Weather.
5.10 Central News & Weather.
5.25 Film: Dennis (1993).
7.00 Give Your Mate A Break.
8.00 It Be Alright On The Night 10.
9.00 Into The Blue.
11.00 News & Weather.
11.14 Local Weather.
11.15 Millennium.
12.10 The Jerry Springer Show.
12.55 Baywatch Nights.
1.45 Film: Revealing Evidence (1989).
3.25 Box Office America.
3.50 Central Jobfinder.
5.20 Asian Eye. International News.
5.30 News.

HTV

6.00 GMTV.
9.25 SMTV Live.
10.40 CD UK.
11.40 F1: Belgian Grand Prix Qualifying.
1.20 News & Weather.
1.25 Local News.
1.30 Movies, Games And Videos.
2.00 Film: North To Alaska. (HTV Wales 2.00 Tribe, 2.40 Film: City Beneath The Sea.)
4.20 Murray And Martin's F1 Special.
4.50 News, Results & Weather.
5.10 HTV News, Sports & Weather.
5.25 Film: Dennis (1993).
7.00 Give Your Mate A Break.
8.00 It Be Alright On The Night 10.
9.00 Into The Blue.
11.00 News & Weather.
11.14 HTV Weather.
11.15 Film: Indecency. Murder thriller starring Jennifer Beals.
12.55 Film: The Fall Of The House Of Usher.
2.20 Baywatch. Mitch’s mother goes missing.
3.10 Ed’s Night Party. Live chat show.
3.35 Coach.
4.00 Not Fade Away.
4.55 ITV Nightscreen.

Westcountry

6.00 GMTV.
9.25 SMTV Live.
10.40 CD UK.
11.40 F1: Belgian Grand Prix Qualifying.
1.20 News & Weather.
1.25 Westcountry News & Weather.
1.29 Birthday People.
1.30 Film: The Return Of Sam McCloud. Mystery starring Dennis Weaver.
3.15 Cartoon Time.
3.25 SeaQuest DSV. A mysterious disease threatens an underwater colony.
4.20 Murray And Martin's F1 Special.
4.50 News, Results & Weather.
5.10 Westcountry News.
5.25 Film: Dennis (1993).
7.00 Give Your Mate A Break.
8.00 It Be Alright On The Night 10.
9.00 Into The Blue.
11.00 News & Weather.
11.14 Westcountry News.
11.15 Millennium.
12.10 The Jerry Springer Show.
12.55 Film: The Fall Of The House Of Usher. Horror starring Vincent Price.
2.20 Baywatch.
3.10 Ed’s Night Party.
3.35 Coach.
4.00 Not Fade Away.
4.55 ITV Nightscreen.
5.30 News.

Meridian

6.00 GMTV.
9.25 SMTV Live.
10.40 CD UK.
11.40 F1: Belgian Grand Prix Qualifying.
1.20 News & Weather.
1.25 Local News.
1.30 Film: The Happiest Day In Your Life. Classic British comedy starring Alastair Sims.
3.00 Highway To Heaven.
4.00 Sport Classics.
4.20 Murray And Martin's F1 Special.
4.50 News, Results & Weather.
5.10 Meridian News & Weather.
5.25 Film: Dennis (1993).
7.00 Give Your Mate A Break.
8.00 It Be Alright On The Night 10.
9.00 Into The Blue.
11.00 News & Weather.
11.15 Film: Indecency.
12.55 Film: The Fall Of The House Of Usher.
2.20 Baywatch.
3.10 Ed’s Night Party.
3.35 Coach.
4.00 Not Fade Away.
4.55 ITV Nightscreen.
5.30 News.

Channel

6.00 GMTV.
9.25 SMTV Live.
10.40 CD UK.
11.40 F1: Belgian Grand Prix Qualifying.
1.20 News & Weather.
1.24 Channel Islands Weather Summary.
1.25 Daily Diary.
1.30 Film: The Happiest Day In Your Life. Classic British comedy starring Alastair Sims.
3.00 Highway To Heaven.
4.00 Sport Classics.
4.20 Murray And Martin's F1 Special.
4.50 News, Results & Weather.
5.10 Puffin‘s Pla(i)ce.
5.15 Channel News.
5.25 Film: Dennis (1993).
7.00 Give Your Mate A Break.
8.00 It Be Alright On The Night 10.
9.00 Into The Blue.
11.00 News & Weather.
11.15 Film: Indecency.
12.55 Film: The Fall Of The House Of Usher.
2.20 Baywatch.
3.10 Ed’s Night Party.
3.35 Coach.
4.00 Not Fade Away.
4.55 ITV Nightscreen.
5.30 News.

Channel 4

5.50 Insektohs.
6.00 Sesame Street.
7.00 Creepy Crawlers.
7.30 Bill And Ted's Excellent Adventures.
8.00 Transworld Sport.
9.00 The Morning Line.
10.00 Happy Days.
11.00 Rawhide.
12.00 Travelog Treks.
12.15 The Ocean World Of John Stoneman.
12.45 Time Team Live. Coverage of a three-day archaeological dig.
1.20 Film: The Return Of Frank James (1940). Western starring Henry Fonda.
3.00 Racing From Newmarket And The Curragh. The 3.10, 3.45, 4.15 and 4.45 races from Newmarket, and the 4.00 race from The Curragh.
5.05 Brookside. Omnibus. Greg tries to get Santi out of Nikki's life while Jimmy enjoys his first teaching success.
6.25 The Monkees. The first-ever episode of the Sixties series, with Micky Dolenz.
6,55 Time Team Live. The three-day dig continues.
7.20 News & Weather.
7.25 Film: Carry On Sergeant (1958 Black & White). First In the long-running comedy series, following the misadventures of a bunch of raw recruits at an Army training unit. Bob Monkhouse stars.
9.00 Hey Hey We're The Monkees. The rise of the Sixties pop phenomenon manufactured as the U.S. version of The Beatles, revealing how they were 'sold' to impressionable youngsters of the time. The programme features footage from auditions, shows and videos.
10.00 Armistead Maupin's More Tales Of The City. Mona feels obliged to meet up with Betty, while the prospect of parenthood brings DeDe and D'orothea closer together. Mrs Madrigal plays matchmaker and Jon yearns to apply his creative impulses to decorating.
10.55 Spotlight On A Massacre. Short drama depicting the widespread tragedy land-mines can cause to Innocent people.
11.05 Arthouse. How an advertisement In an LA newspaper led to the formation of US pop group the Monkees, focusing on the lives of five wannabes who didn’t make the grade.
12.05 Music Journeys: The Power Of Song. The music of Palestine.
1.10 Theremin: An Electronic Odyssey.
2.40 Hill Street Blues.
3.35 St Elsewhere.
4.25 Flush.
4.35 Balthazar.
4.55 Chicken Talk
5.05-5.45 Future Quest

S4C

5.50 Insektohs.
6.00 Sesame Street.
7.00 Creepy Crawlers.
7.30 Bill And Ted's Excellent Adventures.
8.00 Transworld Sport.
9.00 The Morning Line.
10.00 Mission Impossible. Double Bill.
12.00 The Great Outdoors. Deep sea diving.
12.25 Film: Objective Burma. Wartime derring-do. Starring Errol Flynn.
3.00 Racing From Newmarket And The Curragh.
5.05 Newyddion.
5.10 Y Clwb Rygbi. New series of the rugby magazine.
7.45 Newyddion.
8.00 Y Sioe Fach. Clunderwen. The last in the series features Clunderwen Show.
8.45 Rasus Tregaron. From Tregaron.
9.30 Hey Hey We’re The Monkees.
10.30 Film: Goodfellas. Violent gangster drama recounting the tale of a man who dreams of joining the Mafia society. Robert DeNiro stars.
1.10 Arthouse. The formation of The Monkees.
2.10 The Monkees. The first ever episode.
4.30 Diwedd.

Channel 5

6.00 Dappledown Farm.
6.30 Havakazoo.
7.00 5 News, Sport.
7.30 Milkshake!
7.35 Wimzie's House Followed by 5 News Update.
8.00 Lassie.
8.30 Wishbone Followed by 5 News Update.
9.00 Milkshake!
9.05 The Enid Blyton Secret Series.
9.35 The New Adventures Of Robin Hood.
10.30 Loggerheads Followed by 5 News Update.
11.00 The Pepsi Chart.
11.30 USA High Followed by 5 News Update.
12.00 The Mag Summer Specials.
1.50 5 News.
2.00 The Absolute Beginner's Guide To American Football. New series unravelling the complex rules of the gridiron.
2.30 Sportsweek On 5. The week's soccer action in the Brazilian and U.S. Major leagues, plus the latest baseball and Australian Rules Football news.
3.30 Sunset Beach. Omnibus. Ben tries to escape Diane's clutches before the wedding and Derek's latex patch conies loose in the shower.
5.55 News, Sport.
6.00 Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. Ares the God of War begins using his ferocious hounds to claim the souls of fallen soldiers.
6.55 Xena: Warrior Princess. A rival female warlord goes on the rampage, masquerading as the buxom babe and committing dreadful acts to ruin her good name. When the two warrior women finally meet, Xena is forced to face up to her past misdeeds, as the impostor reveals her true identity — a victim of the warrior princess's violent former life.
7.45 5 News & Sport.
8.05 Pacific Blue. Chris has trouble separating her career from her personal life during a delicate undercover operation, while an ex-lover stalks Cory. Followed by 5 News Update.
9.00 Film: Survival On The Mountain (1996) Adventure starring Markie Post. Followed by 5 News Update.
10.40 Film: Other Ultimate Warrior (1975). Adventure. Yul Brynner stars.
12.30 Film: Lambada (1990). Drama, starring J Eddie Peck and Shabba-Doo.
2.25 Film: Men Of Texas (1942 Black & White). Western, with Robert Stack.
3.50 Riptide.
4.40 Prisoner: Cell Block H.
5.30-6.00 Period Rooms. Followed by 5 News Update

Continuity & adverts shown on this day:

LWT - 1981

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zX2NBv5knC4

TVS - 1987

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmMzDQOFAcw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3urLWeCyt8

BBC 1 - 1988

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAdR0iQGDLc

BBC 1 -1989

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfExBrnOtAs

HTV West - 1992

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USCeFyBSJa0

TSW - 1992
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvRkZyv1XKU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJetPKFyI88

BBC 1 - 1995

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghz1519iFSY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rpDx4PGZMx0

BBC 1 - 1997

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=std4uaIRLcI

BBC 2 - 1997

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4xh262aRUXw

Channel 4 - 1997

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXWJTCaFoOY

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Apologies for not posting yesterday's tv listings as I watched a film in the cinema and forgot to put them on.

Yesterday in 1968 (Friday)

BBC 1

7.30 - 9.00 Morning Special. The Race To The White House. News and highlights from the Democratic Convention. News at 8.10 and 8.55 approx.)
10.45 - 11.00 Watch With Mother. The Woodentops.
12.55 (Some stations) Drych. A visit to Landwrog.
1.25 - 1.33 News & Weather.
4.40 Summary Jackanory.
4.55 The Basil Brush Show.
5.25 Laurel And Hardy Show. The Midnight Patrol.
5.45 Junior Points Of View. Criticism and comments.
5.50 News & Weather.
6.00 How It Is. With Angela Huth.
6.40 Mothers-In-Law. How Do You Moonlight A Meatball? Starring Eve Arden and Kaye Ballard.
7.05 The Newcomers.
7.29 News.
7.30 It’s A Knockout! Jeux Sans Frontiers, fifth international.
8.50 News & Weather.
9.05 Run For Your Life. The Man Who Had No Enemies. Starring Ben Gazzarra.
9.55 Twenty-Four Hours.
10.25 North And South. By Mrs Gaskell. Part 3. Dark Nights.
11.09 News & Weather.
11.12 Made In Britain.

BBC 1 Wales

7.30 - 9.00 Morning Special. The Race To The White House. News and highlights from the Democratic Convention. News at 8.10 and 8.55 approx.)
10.45 - 11.00 Ar Lin Mam. For younger viewers.
12.00 Cricket. Glamorgan vs. Derbyshire.
1.25 - 1.33 News & Weather.
4.10 Cricket. Glamorgan vs. Derbyshire.
4.40 Summary Jackanory.
4.55 The Basil Brush Show.
5.25 Laurel And Hardy Show. The Midnight Patrol.
5.45 Junior Points Of View. Criticism and comments.
5.50 News & Weather.
6.00 Wales Today & Local Weather.
6.15 Newyddion. News in Welsh.
6.40 Ar Dan: On Fire. Discussion.
7.05 The Newcomers.
7.29 News.
7.30 It’s A Knockout! Jeux Sans Frontiers, fifth international.
8.50 News & Weather.
9.05 Alaw Ac Olwen. Light entertainment.
9.30 It Strikes A Chord. Musical quiz.
9.55 Twenty-Four Hours.
10.25 North And South. By Mrs Gaskell. Part 3. Dark Nights.
11.09 News & Weather.
11.12 Crosstalk. Discussion.

BBC 2 Colour

11.00 - 11.20 Play School. Orchestra of the Sea.
7.30 Newsroom. Including the Democratic Convention report. Followed by Weather.
8.00 Almost Human. You Can Teach An Old Dog New Tricks.
8.15 The Expert. The Contact. Starring Marius Goring.
9.05 Ice Cabaret. Television’s new ice show, with world champion Miwa Fukuhara.
9.45 Cartoon Carnival.
9.55 The World Of Beachcomber. With Spike Milligan and characters from the Daily Express column.
10.25 News & Weather.
10.30 Late Night Line-Up.

Thames

2.05 Cricket. From Lord’s. Middlesex vs. Kent.

Thames Television Outside Broadcast.

4.10 Best Sellers. Anthony Trollope by Paul Johnson. For nearly 30 years his books were read by an immense circle of educated men and women. Trollope’s supreme merit was the accuracy with which he described the behaviour and emotions of ordinary men and women. He wrote over 40 books, mostly long novels, covering a vast spectrum of lower-middle to upper-class life between 1850 and 1880. His is the nearest thing to an English Balzac.

Thames Television Production.

4.40 Once Upon A Time. John Standing completes the story of The Great Jelly Of London.

Thames Television Production.

4.45 Just Jimmy. Man About The House. Starring Jimmy Clitheroe, Mollie Sugden and Danny Ross.

Thames Television Production.

5.20 Clubhouse. With Gordon Luck and Liz Fox, a hundred or more children look at what’s interesting and exciting, mysterious and amusing in everyone’s world.

Yorkshire Television Production.

5.50 News.

6.05 Today. With Eamon Andrews.

Thames Television Production.

6.30 University Challenge. Hosted by Bamber Gascoinge.

Granada Television Production.

London Weekend

7.00 We Have Ways Of Making You Laugh. Mr Frank Muir, Mr Kenneth Cope & Mr Dick Vosburgh request the pleasure of your company for comedy, music and glee.

London Weekend Television Production.

7.30 Untochables. The Jake Lingle Killing. Starring Robert Stack. Eliot Ness, in pursuit of a notorious crook who has broken jail, loses the advantage when the man undergoes plastic surgery and emerges as handsome as he once ugly.

8.30 Thingumybob. With Stanely Holloway, Rose Hill and John Junkin. Written by Kenneth Cope and the Thingumybob theme tune was composed by none other than Paul McCartney.

London Weekend Television Production.

9.15 Frost On Friday. With David Frost.

London Weekend Television Production.

10.00 News At Ten. With Andrew Gardner, Reginald Bosanquet and Leonard Parkin.

10.30 Sports Arena. The D’Oliveira Case. Presented and Produced by Michael Parkinson.

London Weekend Television Production.

11.00 Gazette. It’s All Happening. With Gerald Harper, Jon Laurimore, Gilliam Wray and Michael Blackham.

Yorkshire Television Production.

12.00 Verdict On Uppsala.

Anglia

4.05 Anglia Newsroom. News from the region read by Jim Wilson.

4.10 The Romper Room. Fun, games and stories for younger children with Miss Rosalyn.

Anglia Television Production.

4.30 Crossroads. Featuring Sue Nicholls before she became Audrey Roberts in Corrie!

ATV Network Production.

4.55 Bugs Bunny.

5.20 Clubhouse.

5.50 News.

6.00 About Anglia. A day-to-day report from the East Of England. In the studio: John Bacon - Regional News, Paul Honeyman, Bob Wellings, Richard Clark and Joan Shelton. Michael Hunt - Weather report, Graham Bell - Sports news. Including forthcoming events in the region. Film reports by Vic Birtles and Christopher Peacock and in London - Eric Sewell - Parliamentary Correspondent.

Anglia Television Production.

6.30 University Challenge.
7.00 We Have Ways Of Making You Laugh.
7.30 Custer. To The Death. Starring Wayne Mauner as Custer. Custer, against orders, saves a troop of cavalrymen.
8.30 Thingumybob.
9.15 Frost On Friday.
10.00 News At Ten. Followed by Weather Forecast.
10.30 Sports Arena.
11.00 All Our Yesterdays. Brian Inglis looks back at 1943 to the state of the world at war. With film of the time from all over the world, news paper cuttings, pictures, cartoons, and interviews recall the progress of the events from the Home Front to the Enemy Lines.

Granada Television Production.

11.30 Land Of Living Dragon. A 13-part study of Chinese civilisation and language, designed as an introduction to the land and people who could decide of destiny. Programme 5. In which we examine the population problems in a country where a child is born every second. We also learn to say and write more Chinese words. Taking part are Chiu-Mei Tsang & Philip Rawson. Prepared by A.C.
Barnes and K.L. Pratt.

Tyne Tees Television Production.

11.55 Reflection. The speaker is the Rev. Khalil Jamal, Rector of Fletton, Peterborough.


ATV

4.15 The Tingha And Tucker Club.
4.30 Crossroads.
4.55 Flipper.
5.20 Clubhouse.
5.50 News.
6.00 Midlands News.
6.10 ATV Today.
6.30 University Challenge.
7.00 Film: Let’s Dance. Starring Betty Hutton and Fred Astaire.
9.00 Gazette.
10.00 News At Ten.
10.30 Sports Arena.
11.05 Frost On Friday.
11.45 Pulse followed by Weather.

Granada

4.40 Once Upon A Time.
4.50 Rocket Robin Hood.
5.20 Clubhouse.
5.50 News.
6.00 Granada News.
6.05 At Last - It’s Friday.
6.30 University Challenge.
7.00 Film: Let’s Dance.
9.00 Gazette.
10.00 News At Ten.
10.30 Sports Arena.
11.00 Frost On Friday.

Westward

4.39 Westward News.
4.41 The Gus Honeybun Show.
4.55 Mr. Piper.
5.20 Clubhouse.
5.50 News.
6.00 Westward Diary.
6.25 Sports Desk.
6.35 Crossroads.
7.00 We Have Ways Of Making You Laugh.
7.30 Film: Street Of Shadows.
9.00 Gazette.
10.00 News At Ten.
10.30 Sports Arena.
11.05 Frost On Friday.
11.45 Faith For Life.
11.51 Weather.

Channel

4.45 Puffin’s Birthday Greetings.
4.55 Mr. Piper.
5.20 Clubhouse.
5.50 News.
6.00 Channel News and Weather.
6.10 Channel Report.
6.35 Crossroads.
7.30 Film: Street Of Shadows.
9.00 Gazette.
10.00 News At Ten.
10.30 Sports Arena.
11.05 Frost On Friday.
11.40 News and Weather in French.

Yorkshire

2.05 Cricket. Yorkshire vs. Surrey.
4.55 Skippy.
5.20 Clubhouse.
5.50 News.
6.01 Weather.
6.05 Calendar.
6.30 University Challenge.
7.30 Film: How To Murder A Rich Uncle.
9.00 Gazette.
10.00 News At Ten.
10.30 Destination Mexico.
11.00 Frost On Friday.
11.45 Weather.

Southern

2.05 Cricket. Middlesex vs. Kent.
4.10 Stay Tuned.
4.20 Tinker’s Tales.
4.30 Crossroads.
4.55 The Flintstones.
5.20 Clubhouse.
5.50 News.
6.00 Day By Day. 1958 - 1968, The Story Of Ten Years - introduced by Barry Westwood.
7.00 We Have Ways To Make You Laugh.
7.30 The Friday Film: An Honourable Murder. Starring Norman Wooland, John Longden and Lisa Daniely.
8.50 Popeye.
8.55 Weekend.
9.00 Gazette.
10.00 News At Ten.
10.30 Sports Arena.
11.00 Frost On Friday.
11.45 Southern News.
11.55 Weather followed by New Approach.

Harlech

4.25 Tinker’s Tales.
4.30 Crossroads.
4.55 Captain Scarlett.
5.20 Clubhouse.
5.50 News.
6.00 Report.
6.30 Wendy And Me.
7.00 Opportunity Knocks.
7.45 Gazette.
8.45 Thingybob.
9.30 Peyton Place.
10.00 News At Ten.
10.30 We Have Ways Of Making You Laugh.
11.00 Felony Squad.
11.30 Weather.

Harlech - Wales

4.25 Tinker’s Tales.
4.30 Crossroads.
4.55 Captain Scarlett.
5.20 Clubhouse.
5.50 News.
6.00 Y Dydd.
6.30 Golf. Tip of the day.
6.35 Batman.
6.50 Report.
7.00 Opportunity Knocks.
7.45 Gazette.
8.45 Thingybob.
9.30 Y Rhyw Deg.
10.00 News At Ten.
10.30 Peyton Place.
11.00 Felony Squad.
11.30 Weather.
Continuity & adverts shown on that perticular day:

Channel 4 Closedown - 1984

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TSW - 1989

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Yorkshire - 1991

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BBC 1 Wales - 1992

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPqmyv5I2uo

BBC 1 Scotland - 1997

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khfslNraFag

Today in 1987 (Monday)

BBC 1

6.00 Ceefax AM.
6.35 Edgar Kennedy in “Maid To Order”.
6.55 Weather.
7.00 Breakfast Time.
8.35 The Pink Panther Show.
8.55 News & Weather.
9.05 Children’s BBC: Children’s Island.
9.30 Harbeat.
10.00 News followed by Children’s BBC: Boss Cat.
10.30 Play School.
10.50 The Perishers.
10.55 Five To Eleven.
11.00 News followed by Film: Tuba (1977). Animation featuring the voices Dick Van Dyke, Pearl Bailey and Hermione Gingold.
12.27 Weather.
12.30 Grandstand: Athletics - The World Championships from Rome.
1.00 News.
1.05 Football Focus.
1.20 Motorcycling - the MCN Superstock Challenge from Cadwell Park.
2.00 Racing - from Ripon.
2.05 Motocycling.
2.30 Racing.
2.35 Motorcycling/Power boating - the 1987 London International Power Boat Grand Prix.
3.00 Racing.
3.05 Powerboating.
3.30 Athletics.
5.00 Football, results, followed by more athletics.
6.00 News & Weather.
6.10 Cartoon. (London and South-East only, regional news elsewhere.)
6.15 Disney Time. Introduced by Les Dawson.
7.00 Wogan. Terry’s back in harness to meet Bette Midler, comedian Steve Wright, and rock musician Robert Cray.
7.30 The Rock ‘N’ Roll Year. 1980. Adam And The Ants, The Pretenders, David Bowie, Madness, The Undertones, and The Jam played us into a new decade marked by the steelworker’s strike, Polish solidarity, the SAS storming the Iranian embassy, and everyone asking “Who shot JR?”. Last of the series.
8.05 Terry And June. Last of the run. June tries to persuade Terry that they can afford a cleaning lady, but he’s preoccupied by the fecundity of his goldfish.
8.35 Film: Cannonball Run (1980). It’s an illegal, free-for-all, anything-goes pelt across the highways of America from Connecticut to California by a weird and wacky clutch of contestants driving anything from ambulances to Ferraris. Starring Burt Reynolds, Roger Moore, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jnr, Farrah Fawcett and a yet to be discovered Jackie Chan!
10.10 News, Sport, Regional News and Weather.
10.30 Carrott’s Confidential Selection. Jasper’s anthology includes bits of his monologues on immortal themes like foreigners, valentines, education, and things that get up your nose.
11.05 Edinburgh Military Tattoo 1987. A rescue from a blazing section of Edinburgh Castle by the oldest municipal fire brigade in the world (the Lothian and Borders) is one of the tableaux from this well drilled spectacle of massed pipes and drums, regimental discipline and shiny buttons, held on the Castle’s floodlit, rain swept esplanade.
12.05 Weather followed by Close.

BBC 2

6.05 - 7.20 Open University.
9.00 Pages From Ceefax.
9.20 SDP Conference Report. The debate and vote on the future relations with the Liberals.
12.30 Pages From Ceefax.
12.55 See Hear.
1.20 Hokey Cokey.
1.35 Gardener’s World.
2.05 SDP Conference.
3.05 Peter No-Tail. Swedish cartoon about a tailless kitten who has some big city adventures.
4.20 SDP Conference Report.
4.25 Film: The Magnificent Two (1967). Starring Eric Morcambe and Ernie Wise and involves the dippy pair play travelling salesman in the South American state of Parazuellia at the height of a revolution. Unfortunately, Eric looks remarkably like the recently deceased rebel leader.
6.00 The World Athletics Championship - Rome ’87. Including the final of the men’s 10,000m.
7.05 Newsnight Special - SDP Conference Report. The Great Merger Debate. Peter Snow reports on the speeches and vote by the Council for Social Democracy on future relations with the Liberals.
7.35 SOE - Arms And The Dragon. When the Japanese overran Malaya and Singapore in 1942, eight SOE “stay behind” parties remained to harass the Japanese behind their lines, and in one mad fortnight they sabotaged more Japanese communications in Malaya than in the whole of the rest of the war. Ironically, when the SOE returned to Malaya in 1943, they had to build the core of Malayan resistance from Chinese communists and therefore found themselves working alongside men who had fought the British before the war and would do so again after it. Last of the repeat series.
8.35 Star Cops. Little Green Men and Other Martians. Final trip to Moonbase where cosmic constable Nathan Spring (David Calder) tries to find out whether rumours that “something has been found on Mars” are true.
9.30 Bruce Willis - The Return Of Bruno. He’s probably been “Moonlighting” but the legendary rocker is back to an ovation from his many fans including Elton John, Ringo Starr, Joan Baez and Phil Collins.
10.25 The World Athletics Championships. Including the women’s 400m, 800m, discuss, and heptathlon, and men’s 400m hundles and 800m.
11.05 Huey Lewis And The News - All The Way Live. The band play live at home crowd at Oakland, California and feature some of their major UK hit like Power Of Love, Hip To Be Square, and Stuck With You. Plus a probing interview by Hugh Lewis of Eyewitness News with his lookalike namesake.
11.50 Weatherview.
11.55 Open University.
12.25 Close.

Granada

7.00 TV-am. Wide Awake Club Bank Holiday Special.
9.25 Stingray.
9.50 Walt Disney’s Three Little Wolves.
10.00 The Coral Island.
10.30 Film: Arrows Of Robin Hood.
12.00 Winner Takes All.
12.30 News.
12.35 Film: The Three Worlds Of Gulliver (1960). Dr Gulliver (Kerwin Mathews) is washed overboard during a storm and finds himself among six-inch Lilliputians.
2.15 Sport Special. It’s day three of the World Athletics Championships in Rome where five gold medals will be decided. Plus coverage of the 51-lap European Formula 3000 Super Prix from Birmingham where speeds exceed 170 mph through the city’s streets. And half and full-time results.
5.35 News & Weather.
5.40 Knight Rider. The Topaz Connection. Michael Knight and his hi-tech super-wheels investigate the murder of a magazine publisher.
6.05 Name That Tune. Lionel Blair with the last of the contestants trying to win cash and a new car. Maggie Moone sings Wives and Lovers.
6.30 Crossroads.
7.00 Sporting Triangles. Nick Owen with family sports quiz.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 The Benny Hill Show. Repeat comedy cruise taking in Holywood producers in Cannes, Hill’s Angels in Paris, and the world’s worst handyman.
9.00 Kojak - The Belarus File. Telly Savalas recreates his role as a lollypop sucking police lieutenant for this 1985 TV movie about a conspiracy to protect war criminals in New York.
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.15 Kojak - The Belarus File. Continued.
11.00 Cleo Laine Sings The Best Of British. A personal choice of her favourite British songwriters and their hits - among them Elton John, Noel Coward, Ray Noble, Charlie Chaplin and Lennon and McCartney.
12.00 The World Athletics Championships. Third day from Rome.
12.30 Close.

Anglia

7.00 TV-am.
9.25 Stingray.
9.50 Walt Disney’s Three Little Wolves.
10.00 The Coral Island.
10.30 Film: Hockey Night (1984). Canadian drama about a girl who joins a boys hockey team. Starring Rick Moranis and Sean McCann.
12.00 Winner Takes All.
12.30 News.
12.35 Film: The Three Worlds Of Gulliver (1960).
2.15 Sport Special.
5.35 News & Weather.
5.40 Emmerdale Farm.
6.05 Name That Tune.
6.30 Crossroads.
7.00 Sporting Triangles.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 The Benny Hill Show.
9.00 Kojak - The Belarus File.
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.15 Kojak - The Belarus File.
11.00 Cleo Laine Sings The Best Of British.
12.00 The World Athletics Championships.
12.30 Hammer House Of Horror.
1.30 Sport Extra.
2.30 Taxi.
3.00 Film: Man Hunt (1941). Thriller starring Walter Pidgeon, George Sanders and John Carradine.
5.00 The Prizewinners.
5.30 Show Express.

Border

7.00 TV-am. Wide Awake Club Bank Holiday Special.
9.25 Stingray.
9.50 Walt Disney’s Three Little Wolves.
10.00 The Coral Island.
10.30 Film: Hockey Night.
12.00 Winner Takes All.
12.30 News.
12.35 Film: The Three Worlds Of Gulliver (1960).
2.15 Sport Special.
5.35 News & Weather.
5.40 Cartoon Time.
6.00 Take The High Road.
6.30 Name That Tune.
7.00 Sporting Triangles.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 The Benny Hill Show.
9.00 Kojak - The Belarus File.
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.15 Kojak - The Belarus File. Continued.
11.00 Cleo Laine Sings The Best Of British.
12.00 The World Athletics Championships.
12.30 Weather & Close.

Central

7.00 TV-am. Wide Awake Club Bank Holiday Special.
9.25 Stingray.
9.50 Walt Disney’s Three Little Wolves.
10.00 The Coral Island.
10.30 Film: Hockey Night.
12.00 Winner Takes All.
12.30 News.
12.35 Film: The Three Worlds Of Gulliver (1960).
2.15 Sport Special.
5.35 News & Weather.
5.40 Whos The Boss.
6.05 Name That Tune.
6.35 Crossroads.
7.00 Sporting Triangles.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 The Benny Hill Show.

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Adverts: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSMMy-Bzup4

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9.00 Kojak - The Belarus File.
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.15 Kojak - The Belarus File. Continued.
11.00 Cleo Laine Sings The Best Of British.
12.00 Prisoner - Cell Block H.
12.55 The World Athletics Championships.
1.25 Film: Exit Dead End (1980). Crime drama with Danilo Mattei.
3.05 News followed by Jobfinder.

Grampian

7.00 TV-am. Wide Awake Club Bank Holiday Special.
9.25 Stingray.
9.50 Walt Disney’s Three Little Wolves.
10.00 The Coral Island.
10.30 Film: Hockey Night.
12.00 Winner Takes All.
12.30 News.
12.35 Film: The Three Worlds Of Gulliver (1960).
2.15 Sport Special.
5.35 News & Weather.
5.40 Emmerdale Farm.
6.05 Name That Tune.
6.35 Diff’rent Strokes.
7.00 Sporting Triangles.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 The Benny Hill Show.
9.00 Kojak - The Belarus File.
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.15 Kojak - The Belarus File. Continued.
11.00 Cleo Laine Sings The Best Of British.
12.00 The World Athletics Championships.
12.30 Reflections followed by Close.

HTV

7.00 TV-am. Wide Awake Club Bank Holiday Special.
9.25 Stingray.
9.50 Walt Disney’s Three Little Wolves.
10.00 The Coral Island.
10.30 Film: Hockey Night.
12.00 Winner Takes All.
12.30 News.
12.35 Film: The Three Worlds Of Gulliver (1960).
2.15 Sport Special.
5.35 News & Weather.
5.40 The A-Team.
6.30 Name That Tune.
7.00 Sporting Triangles.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 The Benny Hill Show.
9.00 Kojak - The Belarus File.
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.15 Kojak - The Belarus File. Continued.
11.00 Cleo Laine Sings The Best Of British.
12.00 The World Athletics Championships.
12.30 Weather & Close.

Scottish

7.00 TV-am. Wide Awake Club Bank Holiday Special.
9.25 Stingray.
9.50 Walt Disney’s Three Little Wolves.
10.00 The Coral Island.
10.30 Film: Hockey Night.
12.00 Winner Takes All.
12.30 News.
12.35 Film: The Three Worlds Of Gulliver (1960).
2.15 Sport Special.
5.35 News & Weather.
5.40 Weir’s Way.
6.00 Scotland Today.
6.30 Emmerdale Farm.
7.00 Sporting Triangles.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 30 Years Of Scottish. What’s On Channel 10 Hen?
9.30 The Best Of Tom Weir.
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.15 30 Years Of Scottish. A Knight At The Opera.
10.45 Golf On Scottish.
12.00 The World Athletics Championships.
12.30 Late Call.
12.35 Close.

TSW

7.00 TV-am. Wide Awake Club Bank Holiday Special.
9.25 Stingray.
9.50 Walt Disney’s Three Little Wolves.
10.00 The Coral Island.
10.30 Film: Hockey Night.
12.00 Winner Takes All.
12.30 News.
12.35 Film: The Three Worlds Of Gulliver (1960).
2.15 Sport Special.
5.35 News & Weather.
5.40 Surfing.
6.05 Crossroads.
6.32 Emmerdale Farm.
7.00 Sporting Triangles.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 The Benny Hill Show.
9.00 Kojak - The Belarus File.
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.15 Kojak - The Belarus File. Continued.
11.00 Cleo Laine Sings The Best Of British.
12.00 The World Athletics Championships.
12.30 Postscript, Weather followed by Close.

Tyne Tees

7.00 TV-am. Wide Awake Club Bank Holiday Special.
9.25 Stingray.
9.50 Walt Disney’s Three Little Wolves.
10.00 The Coral Island.
10.30 Film: Hockey Night.
12.00 Winner Takes All.
12.30 News.
12.35 Film: The Three Worlds Of Gulliver (1960).
2.15 Sport Special.
5.35 News & Weather.
5.40 Knight Rider.
6.05 Name That Tune.
6.30 Crossroads.
7.00 Sporting Triangles.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 The Benny Hill Show.
9.00 Kojak - The Belarus File.
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.15 Kojak - The Belarus File. Continued.
11.00 Cleo Laine Sings The Best Of British.
12.00 The World Athletics Championships.
12.30 Is Democracy Working?
1.00 Meet Jesus And Live followed by Close.

Ulster

7.00 TV-am. Wide Awake Club Bank Holiday Special.
9.25 Stingray.
9.50 Walt Disney’s Three Little Wolves.
10.00 The Coral Island.
10.30 Film: Hockey Night.
12.00 Winner Takes All.
12.30 News.
12.35 Lunchtime News.
12.45 The Greatest American Hero.
1.15 Sons And Daughters.
2.15 Sport Special.
5.35 News & Weather.
5.40 Sky Surfers.
6.00 Summer Edition.
6.15 Take Ten.
6.30 Name That Tune.
7.00 Sporting Triangles.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 The Benny Hill Show.
9.00 Kojak - The Belarus File.
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.15 Kojak - The Belarus File. Continued.
11.00 Cleo Laine Sings The Best Of British.
12.00 The World Athletics Championships.
12.25 News At Bedtime.

Yorkshire

7.00 TV-am. Wide Awake Club Bank Holiday Special.
9.25 Stingray.
9.50 Walt Disney’s Three Little Wolves.
10.00 The Coral Island.
10.30 Film: Hockey Night.
12.00 Winner Takes All.
12.30 News.
12.35 Film: The Three Worlds Of Gulliver (1960).
2.15 Sport Special.
5.35 News & Weather.
5.40 The Fall Guy.
6.30 Name That Tune.
7.00 Sporting Triangles.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 The Benny Hill Show.
9.00 Kojak - The Belarus File.
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.15 Kojak - The Belarus File. Continued.
11.00 Cleo Laine Sings The Best Of British.
12.00 The World Athletics Championships.
12.30 Jobfinder.
1.30 Close.

Channel 4

12.45 Film: The Green Years (1946). Warm, sentimental screen version of A.J. Cronin’s novel about a young orphan’s deep relationship with his rascally great-grandad in Scotland. Starring Dean Stockwell and James Coburn.
3.00 Channel 4 Racing. From Epsom.
4.30 The Gong Show. America’s nightmare “talent” show returns to this slot every weekday for the next month with acts of varying degrees of awfulness each vying for the coveted Gong Award and cheque for the peculiar amount of 712.05 dollars. Celebrities rate them 0-10 based on their entertainment value, creativity, and ability. But if, after 45 seconds, they feel one isn’t worth continuing, they bang a gong and put us all out of our misery.
5.00 The Munsters. Autumn Croakus.
5.30 Abracadabra. Biological Communication. The fun look at science programme continues with all you ever wanted to know about language - except the human sort, that is.
6.00 Conference Report. The SDP highlights from Portsmouth.
6.30 So We Brought A Computer. Retail Revolution. Buying a computer - moves towards the cashless society. Followed by News summary & weather.
7.00 Little Girl On The Farm. Beautiful Japanese cartoon about a little girl living with her Finish grandparents in the early 1900’s.
7.20 Sumo. Edited re-run of the three-day Grand Sumo Wrestling Tournament in Paris last year. Plus a look at the history and lifestyle of a Sumo wrestler.
8.00 Brookside.
8.30 Lou Grant. Frame-Up. More deadlines and headlines from the busy Los Angeles newspaper which this week faces a costly lawsuit after publishing a piece on pollution.
9.25 Katie And Allie. Make Mine Mink. More jocularity from the Greenwich divorcees as Katie finds a fabulous mink dropped in her lap and then has to keep up with it.
10.00 The Japan Project. What Is Transforming Japanese Industry?
11.00 The Eleventh Hour: The Praxis Of Love. Sophisticated psychological thriller from Austrian director Valie Export traces the relationship between a journalist and her industrial lover when she finds out he’s involved in the international arms trade. Previously unreleased in Britain, the film was screened at the Berlin Festival in 1985.
12.45 Close.

S4C

12.00 Film: The Nutty Professor (1963). Comedy starring Jerry Lewis.
2.00 Countdown.
2.30 Early Musical Instruments.
3.00 Racing From Epsom.
4.30 Lluniau Dydd Llun.
4.45 Halibalw.
5.15 Film: Everything Is Rhythm (1953). Comedy musical with Harry Roy.
6.30 Talking Shop.
7.00 Newyddion Saith.
7.15 El Cabezola.
8.45 Lleiafrifoedd - Cyfoeth Ewrop.
9.20 Golf. Pencampwriaeth Agored Y Almaen.
10.20 Callow’s Laughton.
11.30 Sumo.
12.10 Party Conference SDP.
12.40 Diwedd/Close

It was this day in 1997 that the tragic death of Princess Diana and here are the tv listings for that day

BBC 1

6.30 BBC News. Continuing the coverage of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, anchored by Martin Lewis throughout the morning and Peter Sissons during the afternoon. Simulcast on BBC Two until 3.00.
6.00 Six O'Clock News
6.30 Service. A special service from St Paul's. This broadcast was interrupted by news coverage.
7.00 BBC News: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqSDVA2HMt0

8.00 Diana Princess of Wales. This programme includes a news bulletin.
10.30 Diary of a Princess.
11.00 News.
11.40 Reflections.
11.50 Service. A rerun of the earlier service, shown in full and without interruption.
12. 20- 6.00 BBC World. Simulcasting the BBC's international news network. BBC World was also simulcast on BBC One the previous night when the news broke

Weather report by John Ketley: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9i2yaPgqF78

BBC 2

6.30 BBC News. Coverage of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. Simulcast with BBC One.
3.00 Sunday Grandstand. Featuring Sunday League cricket and water ski-ing.
6.45 Countryfile.
7.10 The Restless Year.
8.00 Full Circle. The first episode of Michael Palin's trek around the Pacific rim. Transferred from BBC One.
8.50 Stephen Hawking's Universe.
9.40 The Natural World.
10.30 Everyman. The first of a two part look at Canterbury Cathedral. Transferred from BBC One.
11.20-2.00 Film: Ring of Brightwater.

Yorkshire - But presumably this was the TV listings for all of the ITV regions with a few exceptions.

ITN Breaking News: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGj5uHX0wlo

6.00 GMTV. Coverage of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbocda4usvA

9.25 ITN News. Coverage of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales.
1.00 ITN News Summary.
1.10 Straight Up! Special. The reactions of young people to Diana's death.
2.00 Calendar. Local people's reaction to Diana's death.
2.30 Diana - Princess of Wales
6.00 Calendar News

Westcountry continuity: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2yqhvtKQ5I

6.15 ITN News. Further news coverage.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 Heartbeat [New Series]. Police drama series.
9.00 Diana. Trevor McDonald looks at Diana's life and work.
10.00 ITN News
10.15 Sharpe. Feature length episode.

Westcountry adverts: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8NwDNaEb0A

12.15 Film: Decoration Day
2.05 Akhiri Intaqam. Bollywood melodrama in Hindi with English subtitles.
4.30 Jobfinder
5.30-6.00 Morning News

Channel 4

6.00 The Art of Landscape. Featuring regular reports from Channel 4 News on the death of Diana, Princess of Wales.
11.40 The Waltons.
12.40 Film: Summertime.
2.30 Sad Cat. Animation.
2.45 Football Italia. [New Season].
5.00 Channel 4 News.
5.05 Travelog Treks. Marrakech in Morocco.
5.25 Film: Four for Texas.
7.30 Channel 4 News.
8.30 Annie Goes to Adland.
9.00 The Jewel in the Crown.
10.00 Film: The Hudsucker Proxy.
12.05 Diana. Tribute programme.
1.05 Film: Bombay.
3.40 Kisses on the Train. Indian drama.
4.15 Gabriel's Wings. Indian drama.
5.00 Calcutta Chronicles.
5.25- 5.55 Bombay Chat.

Continuity & adverts shown on this day

LWT - 1986

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTlGzc5hS-Q
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFxL-gkO6fg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xO6MePrAdvU

BBC 2 - 1990

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GpyV4q5aVtc

BBC 2 - 1991

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gH8aWBe2PQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XoJMvqO9LwQ

Tyne Tees - 1991

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJjrtN-rUAk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXl8SgDmExk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFt7AjTdJsM

Children’s BBC & BBC 1 - 1995

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8QnvncUWdo

Sky One - 1997

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6TEBqtuIGRc

BBC 1 - 1998

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twZV3Y7ekgA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7U7-I5xHlA
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Today in 1979 (Saturday), ITV were on strike and so there country had to rely on the Beeb!

BBC 1

7.15 - 8.30 Open University.
9.00 Mister Men.
9.15 Boss Cat.
9.40 The Record Breakers.
10.05 Horseback.
10.30 Zorro.
11.22 Weather followed by Cricket: Fourth Test, England vs. India.
12.30 Grandstand:


  • 12.35 Football Focus.
    1.05, 1.50, 3.50 Eventing - European Championships from West Germany.
    1.15, 2.20, 2.50 (approx) & 4.00 Cricket - Fourth Test.
    1.30, 2.50 (approx) & 4.30 Athletics - G.R.E. Gold Cup Final .
    1.35, 2.05 & 2.35 Racing From Chester.
    2.35 (approx) & 4.15 Netball - England vs. New Zealand.
    3.45 Half-Time Soccer.
    4.40 Final Score.

5.05 Hiss And Make Up.
5.15 News & Sport.
5.30 Junior That's Life.
6.10 Dr Who. Destiny Of The Daleks - Part One.
6.35 Larry Grayson's Generation Game.
7.25 Seaside Special.
8.15 Film: The Black Windmill (1974). Michael Caine is a subversive warfare agent whose son has been kidnapped.
10.00 News.
10.10 Match Of The Day.
11.10 The Quest.
11.55 Close.

BBC 2

7.40-2.45 Open University.
3.00 Film: Billy The Kid (1941). Robert Taylor plays the gunslinger and Ian Hunter is the crooked cattle baron.
4.30 Cricket. Fourth Test England vs. India.
6.45 News And Sport .
7.00 A Gala Evening From The Vienna Opera. Featuring performances as Birgit Nilsson, Placido Domingo and Montserrat Caballé.
8.40 Network. How Granfield College of Aeronautics produced a world - class aerobatics contender, the Cranfield A1.
1.10 A Gala Evening From The Vienna Opera (continued).
10.35 Festival Report. Joan Bakewell presents a film aimed at showing the diversity of talent, performances and performer s at the 33rd Edinburgh International Festival.
11.15 News.
11.20 News 39. Round-up of events 40 years a go to day as Britain faced war with Germany.
11.30 Cricket. Fourth Test. Highlights.
12.00 Film: Swamp Water (1941). Film with Geogia’s Okefenokee Swamp as the background. Here an innocent fugitive hiding out from injustice and half-crazed through loneliness is discovered by a man searching for his lost dog. With Walter Brennan, Walter Huston, Anne Baxter & Dana Andrews.
1.35 Close.

All the ITV stations were on strike, all except one!

Channel

5.00 Puffin's Birthday Greetings.
5.05 Pufnstuf, plus additional programmes.
7.00 Bionic Woman. African Connection.
8.00 Film: Embassy (1972). Max Von Sydow plays a Russian defector with a KGB man on his trail. When he seeks asylum in the US Embassy in Beirut, Ambassador Ray Milland is concerned he cancels his lunch appointment. Also starring Richard Roundtree, Chuck Connors & Broderick Crawford.
9.45 Dan August. The King Is Dead.
10.45 Close.

Continuity & adverts shown on this day:

TVS - 1984:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vSpnuDkjh4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmKwcTj6H3s

TVS - 1985:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icaU_7jr7r8

BBC 2 - 1996

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XphMtwZzfE
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On this day in 1957 (Monday)

BBC

3.00 Mainly For Women.
3.45 - 4.00 Watch With Mother.
5.00 Children: Holiday Pie, Story of an Australian Journey.
5.57 Weather, News and Sports News.
6.05 Tonight.
6.50 Hey, Jennie!
7.15 News.
7.20 Behind The Headlines.
7.30 Place The Face. Quiz.
8.00 Radio Show. Television Minstrels.
9.00 Meet Me By Moonlight. Play with Michael Denison and Sophie Stewart.
9.45 Faraway Look.
10.15 Picture Parade.
10.45 News & Weather.

Granada

12.45 Lunch Box. Your host Noel Gordon with Jerry Allen and his trio and guest artist Anita Louise.

1.30 Close.

5.00 Seeing Sport. Judo. Peter Lloyd invites young viewers to the Metropole Hotel, Blackpool, where he will be on the mat with some of the leading exponents of Judo.

5.30 Rin-Tin-Tin. Lost Treasure. Cocopah Charlie, an Indian, doesn’t realise that the pretty stones he finds are diamonds. But two outlaws do, and they plan to kill Charlie - after he has shown them where he finds his stones.

6.30 Rainbow Room. Featuring Jerry Allen and his trio with guest artists introduced by Jean Morton.

6.45 News.

6.53 Northern Newscast.

7.00 Captain David Grief. Captain Grief - Pirate. Boarding an abandoned ship, David Grief finds evidence which suggests the captain has been murdered. Grief tows the ship to port - only to be confronted by the “dead” captain, who accuses him of piracy.

7.30 Shadow Squad. Smart Work, Episode 1. A burglary has been committed - not an infrequent occurrence in a big city, but the case has unusual aspects for the Shadow Squad.

8.00 Criss Cross Quiz. Hosted by Jeremy Hawk.

8.30 Three “Tough” Guys. Starring Harry Green, Warren Mitchell and Peter Welch. The boss discovers that women are throwing themselves at his feet and wonders what his feet have got that the rest of him hasn’t.

9.00 Alfred Hitchcock Presents. You Got To Have Luck. Starring John Cassavetes, Marisa Pavan & Ray Teal. When Sam Cobbett escapes from jail, and finds refuge in a farm cottage where a young housewife is on her own, he firmly believes Lady Luck is on his side. But Lady Luck can be very perverse.

9.30 Highland Fling. Starring Richard Hearne. Episode 5 - Castle Plot. Now that millionaire, Augustus Trim is happily installed in the Scottish castle, it seems there is nothing that Billy and his pals can do to put him off. However, when they meet Red Wully - six feet four and red-bearded - Billy has the idea of entering Trim against him in the Highland Games.

10.00 Destination - Downing Street. Part 3 - Danger’s End. Starring John Stone as Mike Anson and George Pastell as The Chief. In Brussels, Mike and his friends have intercepted a letter instructing Maria Voelcker to report to Innsbruck. After disposing of the interfering Mr. Behreinsk, they think themselves “in the clear” but neither they, nor the unfortunate Maria, realise that in instance Arkab is calling the tune.

10.30 The Count Of Monte Cristo. Flight To Calais. The Count (George Dolenz) has found himself in many difficult situations, but this time a flight to Calais seems the only way out.

1100 News.

11.15 Good Night.

Assosicated-Redifusion.

12.43 Thought For The Day.
12.45 Lunch Box.
1.30 Close.
5.00 Seeing Sport. Judo.
5.30 Hopalong Cassidy.
6.45 News & Weather.
7.00 Sir Lancelot.
7.30 Shadow Squad.
8.00 Criss Cross Quiz.
8.30 Three Tough Guys.
9.00 Gun Law.
9.30 Highland Fling. Starring Richard Hearne.
10.00 Destination - Downing Street.
10.30 Report From Trade Union Conference, Blackpool.
11.00 News & Weather.
11.15 Epilogue.

ATV

12.43 Thought For The Day.
12.45 Lunch Box.
1.30 Close.
5.00 Seeing Sport. Judo.
5.30 Roy Rogers.
6.00 Cross Talk.
6.30 Rainbow Room.
6.45 News.
6.55 Midlands News.
7.00 Long John Silver.
7.30 Shadow Squad.
8.00 Criss Cross Quiz.
8.30 Three Tough Guys.
9.00 Alfred Hitchcock Presents. Breakdown.
9.30 Highland Fling. Starring Richard Hearne.
10.00 Destination - Downing Street.
10.30 Good Luck Charm.
11.00 News.
11.15 Epilogue.

Continuity & adverts shown on this day:

LWT - 1978

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKysuIF3Zj0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZZ13fR8pCk

Central - 1984

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRUFupw6T5U

BBC 1 - 1986

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IfBr6dkNIA

Channel 4 - 1994

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4gyICV8B3w

Channel 4 - 1995

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5ZP7-WJRw4

BBC 1 Closedown - 1996

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7fHuDO0TN-k

CITV - 1997

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Imo2Wrj7tck

Central - 1997

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HRyUWq7JuU



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Today in 1993 (Friday)

BBC 1

6.00 Business Breakfast.
7.00 Breakfast News.
9.05 Gravedale High
9.35 Tricks 'N' Tracks.
10.00 News, Local News, Weather.
10.05 Playdays.
10.25 Lassie.
10.50 T 'N’T.
11.00 News, Local News, Weather.
11.05 The High Chaparral.
11.50 The History Man.
12.00 News, Local News, Weather.
12.05 King Of The Road Revisited. Ross King takes a look back at the people and places he visited on his marathon tour of the British Isles.
12.30 Pebble Mill Encore.
12.55 Local News & Weather.
1.00 News & Weather
1.30 Neighbours. Doug's plans for Gaby go horribly wrong. A decision about baby Jasmine's future has major ramifications.
1.50 Going For Gold. With Henry Kelly.
2.15 The Flying Doctors. A cattle rustler collapses.
3.00 The Way Of The Lakes. Local naturalist Tony Warburton investigates how nature conservation operates in the Lake District National Park.
3.25 Lifeline. Cliff Michelmore and Joanna Kaye report on charity news. Plus an appeal by John Craven on behalf of the Gardening For The Disabled Trust.
3.35 Home Free: Return Of The Bald Eagle. The re-establishment of the near-extinct bald eagle in the U.S.
4.05 Animal Heroes. Two cat cartoons based on true stories of animal bravery, created by first-time film-makers from art colleges around the country.
4.10 Babar. Alexander takes his brother and sister to the jungle.
4.35 Summer With Selik. First in a three-part documentary series from Norway about the three months a young girl spends with an abandoned seal pup.
5.00 Newsround.
5.10 Archer's Goon. Howard and Awful head off in search of Hathaway, but events take a very sinister turn.
5.35 Neighbours.
6.00 News & Weather.
6.30 Local News Magazine.
7.00 Dad's Army. An enemy pilot bails out and becomes tangled up with the town clock - and so do the Brigade.
7.30 The Clothes Show. With highlights of the show's International escapades, including a visit to a textiles company in Rajastan and a jewellery business in Jamaica. With Jeff Banks.
8.00 Bruce Forsyth’s Generation Game. As a prelude to the new series, Bruce and Rosemarie Ford join the RAF for a few surprises, plus highlights from last year's series.
9.00 News & Weather.
9.30 Film: 48 Hrs (1982). Nolte and Eddie Murphy (making his film debut) star in this action comedy, Albert Ganz, a ruthless convict is on the run in San Francisco with police officer Jack Cates. (Nolte) on his trail. But Cates needs all the help he can get and the police arrange 48 hour release of Reggie Hammond (Murphy) a fellow gang member who has his own reasons for, wanting Ganz behind bars. With only two days to complete their mission, can this mismatch pair capture Ganz without killing each other.
11.05 Film: Carry On Camping (1969). B Saucy comedy starring Kenneth Williams and Sid James. Cheeky chappies Sid Boggle and Bernie Lugg plan to take their unsuspecting girlfriends to the Paradise Camp, which they mistakenly believe to be a nudist colony. 12.30 Weather.
12.35 Close.

BBC 2

6.45 Open University.
8.00 News.
8.15 Ghostwriter.
8.45 The Collectors.
9.00 Film: Miracles For Sale (1939 Black & White). Murder mystery.
10.10 Busy Bodies. (Black & White).
10.30 Beau Chumps. (Black & White).
11.05 Film: Anne Of Windy Poplars (1940 Black & White). Sequel to Anne Of Green Gables.
12.30 The Art Of Surviving.
1.20 Joshua Jones.
1.30 Puppydog Tales.
1.35 Discovering Birds.
2.00 News & Weather followed by Jump-cuts.
2.10 Revelations Of A Mummy.
3.00 News & Weather. Followed by Safe Passage. The story of a group of sea pilots who man the world's harbours.
3.50 News & Weather.
4.00 Film: Flame Of The Barbary Coast (1945 Black & White). A cowboy (John Wayne) falls in love with a singer.
5.30 Going For Gold.
6.00 Film: At Gunpoint (1955). Drama. A storekeeper accidentally shoots a robber, and then finds his shop terrorised by the dead man's family.
7.20 Parenthood. Gil and Kevin have a-weekend of DIY.
7.45 What The Papers Say.
8.00 All Black: Talking Blues. Last month the police paid a visit to the house of Joy; Gardner to deport her During the scuffle that followed? Gardner died of suffocation. The Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Paul Condon has since suspended the officers involved. But how has this episode affected the relationship between, black people and the Force? The team from All Black found that cases where police behaviour towards black, people was found wanting, became symbolic for the local communities, reinforcing their belief that the police are racist 'Whatever the truth of that perception, there is little doubt that this view is widely held' says series producer Charles Bruce; Successive police chiefs have made efforts to recruit more black officers and training; now takes the ethnic mix of the population into account. Talking Blues asks what else the police can do to improve their race relations.
8.30 Gardeners' World. Includes a look at a designer garden.
9.00 Alas Smith And Jones. Surreal sketches..
9.30 Off The Wall. Returning to the Byker estate in Newcastle.
10.30 Newsnight.
11.15 Weather.
11.20 Raising Hell.
12.50 Film: Leningrad Cowboys Go America (1989). Quirky road movie starring real-life rockers the Leningrad Cowboys, a Soviet band with a problem - they've got no talent!
2.10 Close.

Carlton/LWT

6.00 GMTV.
9.25 The New Adventures Of He-Man.
9.50 Local News.
9.55 Disney Cartoon Time.
10.10 Film: Return To Snowy River II (1988). A drifter returns home.
11.55 Local News.
12.00 Cartoon.
12.10 Tots TV.
12.30 News & Weather.
1.05 Local News.
1.15 Home And Away. Tug is bitter when he discovers Adam has been using him.
1.45 A Country Practice. A bout of food poisoning breaks out.
2.15 Who's In Charge Here? Ventriloquist Ron Lucas is upstaged by the adventures of puppet Buffalo Billy as he "goes Hollywood" 3.10 News.
3.15 Local News.
3.20 The Young Doctors. Chi and Denham's relationship is developing.
3.50 Children’s ITV: The Ratties. The Fatty Brothers send Uncle Matty up to the loft.


  • 3.55 Bangers And Mash. Mrs Snitchnose goes mad when the frogs gatecrash her Halloween party.
    4.10 Talespin. Baloo and Kit are pitted against Colonel Spigot.
    4.40 Exam Conditions. Short drama in which everything seems to be going well a 15- year-old student - until he absent-mindedly hands in a cartoon of his maths teacher instead of his exam paper.
5.10 Home And Away.
5.40 News & Weather.
6.00 London Tonight. Actor Harrison Ford . lays a time capsule at the Warner West End cinema, while musician Michael Feinstein previews his latest movie The Fugitive. Plus, the new Electric Cinema in Portobello Road, the only black cinema in the country and a special outlet for the films of young black directors.
7.00 Through The Keyhole. More celebrity snooping with Lloyd Grossman and Sir David Frost.
7.30 Coronation Street. Someone gets a good send-off from the Street.
8.00 Danielle Steel’s Palomino. A successful photographer who has been devastated by her divorce finds short-lived romance on a Californian ranch. But back home in New York she faces tragedy. Starring Lindsay Frost.
9.30 Strange But True? Michael Aspel delves into the supernatural. Including the town with the highest incidence of UFO sightings in Britain. Locals believe a man may have been murdered by aliens and even police officers say they have seen extra-terrestrials. Plus the Irish family split up in childhood when their mother died, and now reunited by a woman who claims to be her reincarnation.
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.30 Local News.
10.40 International Athletics. Jim Rosenthal introduces sporting action from the Brussels Grand Prix.
11.40 Dial Midnight. Tonight's guests are nightclub owner Peter Stringfellow, Indie group Carter USM, author Marc E Burke, comedian John Moloney and speciality act Chris Luby.
12.40 Tour Of Duty. Vietnam war drama. Zeke is badly shaken when he's nearly killed by mortar fire.
1.35 Chart Show. Pop, rock and indie videos from the current charts.
2.35 Whale On. Music and chat.
3.35 TXT. The music show with live link-ups to Europe's most happening DJs.
4.30 Cinema, Cinema, Cinema. The latest film releases from America.
5.00 Riviera. French soap.
5.30 News.

Anglia

6.00 GMTV.
9.25 The New Adventures Of He-Man.
9.50 Anglia News.
9.55 Disney Cartoon Time.
10.10 Film: Return To Snowy River II (1988).
11.55 Anglia News.
12.00 Cartoon.
12.10 Tots TV.
12.30 News & Weather.
1.05 Anglia News.
1.15 Home And Away.
1.45 A Country Practice. Tom Grace is revealed as a terrorist.
2.15 The House Painter.
2.45 Coach. Christine is shocked when Hayden gives her a diamond engagement ring.
3.10 News.
3.15 Anglia News & Weather.
3.20 The Young Doctors.
3.50 Children’s ITV.
5.10 The Munsters Today.
5.40 News & Weather.
6.00 Home And Away.
6.25 Anglia News & Weather.
7.00 Through The Keyhole.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 Danielle Steel’s Palomino.
9.30 Strange But True?
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.30 Anglia News.
10.40 International Athletics.
11.40 Love And War.
12.10 Night Heat.
1.05 Whale On.
2.05 Raw Power.
3.05 Entertainment UK.
4.00 Musical Routes.
4.30 Riviera.
4.55 Jobfinder.
5.30 News.

Central

6.00 GMTV.
9.25 The New Adventures Of He-Man.
9.50 Central News.
9.55 Disney Cartoon Time.
10.10 Film: Return To Snowy River II (1988).
11.55 Central News.
12.00 Cartoon.
12.10 Tots TV.
12.30 News & Weather.
1.05 Central News.
1.15 A Country Practice. Rowena applies for a job at a TV station.
1.45 Home And Away.
2.15 Who's In Charge Here?
3.10 News.
3.15 Central News.
3.20 Dinosaurs.
3.50 Children’s ITV.
5.10 Movies, Games And Videos.
5.40 News & Weather.
6.00 Home And Away.
6.25 Central News & Weather.
7.00 Through The Keyhole.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 Danielle Steel’s Palomino.
9.30 Strange But True?
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.30 Central News.
10.40 International Athletics.
11.40 Secret Of The Sahara. New seven-part mini series set in 1925 following an archaeologist’s search for Talking Mountain’s treasure. Michael York stars.
12.45 Whale On.
1.45 The Beat.
2.45 Entertainment UK.
3.45 Nightshift.
4.00 Jobfinder.
5.20 Asian Eye.
5.30 News.

Meridian

6.00 GMTV.
9.25 The New Adventures Of He-Man.
9.50 Meridian News.
9.55 Disney Cartoon Time.
10.10 Film: Return To Snowy River II (1988).
11.55 Meridian News.
12.00 Cartoon.
12.10 Tots TV.
12.30 News & Weather.
1.05 Meridian News.
1.15 Home And Away.
1.45 A Country Practice. Luke’s relationship with Miriam is threatened by her father.
2.15 Highway To Heaven.
3.10 News.
3.15 Meridian News.
3.20 All Together Now. Bobby and Tracy is furious when Anna changes her image.
3.50 Children’s ITV.
5.10 Home And Away.
5.37 The Listings.
5.40 News & Weather.
6.00 Meridian Tonight.
7.00 Through The Keyhole.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 Danielle Steel’s Palomino.
9.30 Strange But True?
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.30 Meridian News.
10.40 International Athletics.
11.40 Anything Goes.
12.40 Sledge Hammer. Sledge feels responsible when a old friend is wounded in a robbery.
1.10 Whale On.
2.10 Cinema, Cinema, Cinema.
2.40 Raw Power.
3.40 Cue The Music.
4.30 The Art Of The Landscape.
5.00 Freescreen.
5.30 News.

Westcountry

6.00 GMTV.
9.25 The New Adventures Of He-Man.
9.50 Westcountry News.
9.55 Disney Cartoon Time.
10.10 Film: Return To Snowy River II (1988).
11.55 Westcountry News.
12.00 Cartoon.
12.10 Tots TV.
12.30 News & Weather.
1.05 Westcountry News.
1.15 Home And Away.
1.45 Blockbusters.
2.15 The Sullivans. Nino makes his presence felt in Camberwell.
2.45 Gardener’s Diary.
3.10 News.
3.15 Westcountry News.
3.20 A Country Practice. Lucy is depressed after her operation.
3.50 Children’s ITV.
5.10 Home And Away.
5.40 News & Weather.
6.00 Westcountry Live.
7.00 Through The Keyhole.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 Danielle Steel’s Palomino.
9.30 Strange But True?
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.30 Westcountry News.
10.40 International Athletics.
11.40 Love And War. Wally and Jack unwittingly change each other’s personality.
12.10 The War Of The Worlds. Sci-fi drama. Harrison calls a top secret meeting.
1.05 Whale On.
2.05 Raw Power.
3.05 Entertainment UK.
4.00 Musical Routes.
4.30 Riviera.
4.55 Jobfinder.
5.30 News.

HTV

6.00 GMTV.
9.25 The New Adventures Of He-Man.
9.50 Local News.
9.55 Disney Cartoon Time.
10.10 Film: Return To Snowy River II (1988).
11.55 HTV News.
12.00 Cartoon.
12.10 Tots TV.
12.30 News & Weather.
1.05 HTV News.
1.15 Home And Away.
1.45 A Country Practice. Matron Sloan has a lucky break when she wins the lottery.
2.15 Life Goes On. Corky finds a runaway pig and hides it in his bedroom.
3.10 News.
3.15 HTV News.
3.20 The Young Doctors. Tim’s desperate search for his parents ends in tragedy.
3.50 Children’s ITV.
5.10 Home And Away.
5.40 News & Weather.
6.00 HTV News.
6.30 HTV Sportsweek. HTV Wales - Get Going.
7.00 Through The Keyhole.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 Danielle Steel’s Palomino.
9.30 Strange But True?
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.30 HTV News.
10.40 International Athletics.
11.40 Married…With Children.
12.10 Magnum.
1.05 Whale On.
2.05 Raw Power.
3.05 Entertainment UK.
4.00 Musical Routes. Leeds band Cud.
4.55 Jobfinder.
5.30 News

Channel

6.00 GMTV.
9.25 The New Adventures Of He-Man.
9.50 Channel News.
9.55 Disney Cartoon Time.
10.10 Film: Return To Snowy River II (1988).
11.55 Meridian News.
12.00 Cartoon.
12.10 Tots TV.
12.30 News & Weather.
1.05 Channel News.
1.15 Home And Away.
1.45 A Country Practice.
2.15 Highway To Heaven.
3.10 News.
3.15 Puffin‘s Pla(i)ce.
3.20 All Together Now.
3.50 Children’s ITV.
5.10 Home And Away.
5.37 The Listings.
5.40 News & Weather.
6.00 Channel Report.
6.30 Cobblestones, Cottages And Castles.
7.00 Through The Keyhole.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 Danielle Steel’s Palomino.
9.30 Strange But True?
10.00 News At Ten followed by Weather.
10.30 Channel News.
10.40 International Athletics.
11.40 Anything Goes.
12.40 Sledge Hammer. Sledge feels responsible when a old friend is wounded in a robbery.
1.10 Whale On.
2.10 Cinema, Cinema, Cinema.
2.40 Raw Power.
3.40 Cue The Music.
4.30 The Art Of The Landscape.
5.00 Freescreen.
5.30 News.

Channel 4

6.30 Heathcliff.
6.45 Wowser.
7.00 The Big Breakfast.
9.00 Saved By The Bell.
9.30 The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz. Feature-length animation.
11.20 The Henderson Kids.
11.50 An Artist Looks At Churches.
12.00 American Chronicles. David Lynch's documentary on the United States Marine Corps.
12.30 Sesame Street.
1.30 Bluffers.
2.00 Valued Opinion. Spotlight on miniatures. With Max Robertson.
2.25 Channel 4 Racing. Action from Kempton at 2.35, 3.10, 3.40 and 4.10.
4.30 Countdown.
5.00 The River Detectives. The National Rivers Authority's attempts to deal with pollution.
6.00 Hangin' With Mr Cooper. Mark and Robin make a new friend.
6.30 Happy Days. Jenny has been spreading rumours and Fonzie is furious.
7.00 News.
7.50 First Reaction.
8.0 Kasparov vs. Short: The Showdown At The Savoy. Previewing the forthcoming chess championship.
8.30 Brookside. Mandy has some tough decisions to make. Things become impossible at work for Marianne but she doesn't know where to turn.
9.00 Athletics. Highlights from the GRE Clubs Cup Finals. With Jim Rosenthal.
10.00 Nurses. Julie is in heaven after spending the night with Carl.
10.30 Paul Merton - The Series. Surreal Comedy.
11.05 Film: The Ghoul (1933 Black & White). A professor is buried with an ancient Egyptian gem which he believes will give him eternal life. Starring Boris Karloff.
12.30 Film: Before I Hang (1940 Black & White). With Boris Karloff. A scientist trying to develop an antidote to death is sentenced to hang for killing an old man.
1.40 Close.

S4C

7.00 Big Breakfast.
9.00 Saved By The Bell.
9.30 Teletoons.
10.25 The Islanders.
10.40 Kelly.
11.05 The Henderson Kids.
11.30 Bobobobs.
12.00 High 5.
12.30 Sesame Street.
1.30 Our Backyard.
2.00 Don McCullin.
2.25 Racing.
4.30 The Secret Life Of Machines.
5.00 Look At Britain.
5.30 Countdown.
6.00 Newyddion.
6.10 Heno.
7.00 Jacpot.
7.30 Goreuon Graffiti.
8.00 Y Cymro Cryfa ‘93.
8.30 Newyddion.
9.00 Athletics.
10.00 Brookside.
10.30 Paul Merton - The Series.
11.05 Film: The Ghoul (1933).
12.30 Film: Before I Hang (1940).
1.40 Diwedd/Close.

Continuity & adverts shown on this day:

LWT - 1983

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g2vML6QGPLY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=763oiUtgtNM


Anglia - 1987

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4CZRZf64u4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ROLc4AKJdc

BBC 1 - 1992

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byX2ghohQsE

BBC 1 - 1994

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nnb-YuLX6lo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwPL4gbGLfU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d-atD0_aYYU

LWT - 1995

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0rcZZpc17g

Granada - 1997

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QikQlGQ3Kw
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Today in 1966 (Sunday)

BBC 1

9.00 - 9.20 Apna Hi Ghar Samajhiye.
10.30 A New Approach To Biology.
11.00 Seeing And Believing. The World My Neighbour.
11.30 Suivez La Piste. Episodes 17 and 18.
12.30 - 1.00 A New Approach To Biology. Part 2.
1.30 Gardening Club.
1.50 Farming. Report from Cuba. Followed by Weather.
2.15 Made In Britain. Exports.
2.25 Motor Racing. The Italian Grand Prix from Monza.
2.40 The T.T. Races. Highlights with Murray Walker.
3.00 International Athletics. Finals of VIII European Championships from Hungary.
4.05 It’s A Knockout! Contest: Lancashire Final.
4.55 International Athletics And Motor Racing. The Italian Grand Prix - contd.
6.10 News & Weather.
6.15 Meeting Point.
6.45 Sunday Story. By Barbara Mullen.
6.50 Songs Of Praise. From Park Road Baptist Church, Rushden.
7.25 Perry Mason. The Case Of The Tsarina’s Tiara.
8.15 The Ken Dodd Show. Includes guests Shani Wallis and Ted Ray.
9.00 Thirteen Against Fate. The Suspect.
10.00 News.
10.10 Edinburgh International Festival. The National Youth Orchestra of Canada. Berlioz Ravel.
10.55 Meeting Point.
11.25 Weather.

BBC 2

2.55 - 4.00 & 4.23 - 6.13 Sunday Cricket. The International Cavaliers XI vs. A Rest Of The World XI.
7.00 News Review. For the deaf.
7.25 Theatre 625. Dr. Knock. Starring Leonard Rossiter & John Le Mesurier.
9.00 Life. In the animal world of Trinidad.
9.40 Tonight In Person. Music in the folk idiom Lyn and Graham McCarthy from Australia.
10.10 International Athletics. From Hungary.
10.50 News.
10.55 Late Night Line Up.

Anglia

11.00 Children’s Service, Tingha And Tucker Club from Woburn Abbey, Berkshire. On this Sunday Woburn Abbey is the scene of the Tingha And Tucker Club and Sunday Club Annual General Meeting. This morning you are invited to join some of the younger members in a short religious service conducted by The Rev. Philip Cliff.

ATV Network Presentation.

12.15 Close.
2.50 Weather.
2.52 Farming Diary. Introduced by John Jenkins. Continuous Cereals for Part-time Farming. Mr. P. Rowbotham of Porson Road, Cambridge, has been a part-time farmer for five years. Until recently he was a farmer, a geography teacher and a student of law at the same time. He explains the reasons for his entry into agriculture and how, with the help of a contractor, the farm almost runs itself.

Anglia Television Production.

3.20 Opportunity Knocks. Hughie Green with TV’s only variety show for new faces, The 4 Statesman, Ronnie Royd, The Komedy Scholars, Michael Powell, Judith Stanbridge, The Silver Stanbridge and Bob Sharples with The ABC Television Showband.

ABC Television Network Presentation.

4.05 The Dickie Valentine Show. With guest stars Rosemary Squires, The Clark Brothers, Stan Reynolds and The Beat Girls, Sid Boatman and Jack Parnell and his orchestra.

ATV Network Production.

4.40 The Magic Boomerang. The Stand-In. Mrs Thumbleton sprains her ankle and fears she won’t win the croquet trophy..

5.05 Man Of The World. The Bullfighter. Starring Craig Stevens. Photographer Michael Strait helps a young bullfighter regain his lost confidence.

5.59 Weather.

6.02 News.

6.15 Tingha And Tucker. This evening Outside Broadcast cameras are present at Woburn Abbey where members of the Tingha and Tucker Club and Sunday Club holding their Annual General Meeting with The President Jean Morton and the Chairbears Tingha and Tucker tell the story of Noah’s Ark to a large gathering of members on the east lawn of this stately home.

ATV Network Production.

6.35 What Do You Say? A religious knowledge quiz contest between teams representing the ten regional companies of Independent Television. Grand Final - Ulster Television versus Westward Television the chairman is The Rev. Bill Todd.

Southern Independent Television Network Production.

6.50 In Our Time. Comment by Cannon Hugh Montefiore, Vicar of Gt. St. Mary’s, Cambridge.

Anglia Television Production.

6.55 East Of Canterbury. Major Religions of the World. Hinduism. Explained by Pandit Usharbudh, Swami Purnanda & F. C. Sondhi.

ATV Network Production.

7.25 Film: A Run For Your Money (1949). Two brothers (Donald Houston & Meredith Edwards), both miners from Wales, win a prize of £200 and trip to London for the Welsh international. In London, they meet a blonde (Moira Lister) instead of the newspapers representatives - the start of a chase that takes the brothers all over London. Also starring Alec Guiness, Hugh Griffith, Clive Morton & Joyce Grenfell.

9.00 Alfred Hitchcock Hour. Return Of Verge Likens. Starring Peter Fonda & Robert Emhardt. When his father is killed by Riley McGarth, a crooked politician, Verge Likens plans to avenge his death.

Scottish Television Presentation.

9.55 News.

10.05 The Bruce Forsyth Show. With guests Frankie Howard, Julie Rogers and Aleta Morrison with Bob Sharples and The ABC Television Showband.

11.05 Crisis. Talk To My Partner. The arrival of Hilary Snow as a law clerk in a legal firm particularly affect Brig Hazard, the junior partner - especially when she uses some unorthodox legal procedure when handling her first case.

Followed by Weather.

11.55 Reflection. The speaker is Bishop Ambrose Reeves.

ATV

11.00 Children’s Service, Tingha And Tucker Club from Woburn Abbey, Berkshire.
12.15 Close.
2.10 News.
2.15 Tempo Encore. Odetta, American Folk Blues.
2.40 Police Five.
2.50 Star Soccer.
3.35 Man Of The World. Portrait Of A Girl. Starring Craig Stevens.
4.35 Danger Man. No Marks For Servility.
5.30 The Forest Rangers. The Wolf Spirit.
6.00 News.
6.15 Tingha And Tucker. Annual General Meeting from Woburn Abbey.
6.35 Hallelujah. Praise and Protest.
6.50 Give At Seven. The British Diabetic Association.
6.55 East Of Canterbury.
7.25 The Rifleman. The Retired Gun. Starring Chuck Connors.
7.55 High Tide At Noon. Starring Betta St. John, William Sylvester & Michael Craig.
9.55 News.
10.05 The Bruce Forsyth Show. Starring Frankie Howerd.
11.05 The Human Jungle. The Vacant Chair. Starring Herbert Lom. Followed by Weather & Epilogue.

Channel

11.00 Children’s Service, Tingha And Tucker Club from Woburn Abbey, Berkshire.
12.15 Close.
3.15 Weather followed by Golf Tips.
3.20 Green Fingers.
3.35 Feature Film.
5.00 Puffin’s Birthday Greetings.
5.05 Weaver’s Green.
5.35 F Troop.
6.00 News.
6.15 Tingha And Tucker. Annual General Meeting from Woburn Abbey.
6.35 What Do You Say?
6.50 Give At Seven.
6.55 East Of Canterbury.
7.25 Batman.
7.55 High Tide At Noon.
9.55 News.
10.05 The Bruce Forsyth Show.
11.05 One Step Beyond.
11.30 Epilogue followed by Weather.

Continuity & adverts shown on this day:

Yorkshire - 1983

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekpztGWJap0

TVS - 1983

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WIuobjGbdY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJo_AeQJYYI
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AM7GvNUzRiw
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aceEI7auJqs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wKwBpZ-XnRc

Yorkshire - 1990

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMXZzqFEfrA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PhhZsmf-nQ

BBC 2 - 1992

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eypvhpmh3oo

Granada - 1997

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eypvhpmh3oo
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Here are some TV Listings of ITV Schools on Channel 4 and S4C's Last day on air which was on the 28/6/93

9:30 - 9:45 Junior Geography - Changing Views
9:47 - 10:02 Seeing and Doing - Poems, Poems!
10:04 - 10:19 Science - Start Here! - Full Circuit
10:21 - 10:31 Time for Maths
10:33 - 10:58 The English Programme - Models of Writing
11:00 - 11:15 What's It Like? - to be a non-believer.
11:17 - 11:27 Mathsbook - Inputs and Outputs
11:29 - 11:39 Story World
11:41 - 11:56 The Tecchnology Programme: Design and Technology
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Thanks for that martin890! Today in 1977 (Monday)

BBC 1

6.40-7 05, 7.30-7.55 Open University.
12.45 News & Weather.
1.00 Pebble Mill.
1.45-2.00 Fingerbobs.
3.40 Songs Of Praise.
4.18 Regional News.
4.20 Play School.
4.45 Salty.
5.10 The Prince Philip Cup. Story of one of the youngest teams ever to reach the final.
5.35 Barbapapa.
5.40 News & Weather.
5.55 Nationwide: Regional variation.
6.20 Nationwide From Wales. With Frank Bough, Bob Wellings & Valerie Singleton.
6.50 You Being Served? No Sale. The store opens early so that people can shop on their way to work.
7.20 The Rockford Files. With James Garner. The No-Cut Contract. An unlucky dip Into the. telephone book brings the Mob and F.B.I, on to Jim's back.
8.10 Race. Race relations, in Britain. The Way We Live Now. A disturbing picture of a multi-racial community.
9.00 News, Weather.
9.25 Film: Pulp. With Michael Caine. A successful paper-back writer is approached by a gangster to ghost-writefor a mysterious celebrity.
11.00 Tonight. With Denis Tuohy and Ludovic Kennedy.
11 40 Weatherman, Regional News.
11.42 Close.

BBC 1 Wales

6.40-7 05, 7.30-7.55 Open University.
12.45 News & Weather.
1.00 Pebble Mill.
1.45-2.00 Pili Pala.
3.40 Songs Of Praise.
4.18 Regional News.
4.20 Play School.
4.45 Salty.
5.10 The Prince Philip Cup.
5.35 Barbapapa.
5.40 News & Weather.
5.55 Wales Today.
6.20 Nationwide From Wales.
6.50 Heddiw.
7.20 The Rockford Files.
8.10 Race.
9.00 News, Weather.
9.25 Film: Pulp.
11.00 Tonight.
11 40 Weatherman, News & Weather for Wales followed by Close.

BBC 1 Northern Ireland

6.40-7 05, 7.30-7.55 Open University.
12.45 News & Weather.
1.00 Pebble Mill.
1.45-2.00 Fingerbobs.
3.40 Songs Of Praise.
4.18 Northern Ireland News.
4.20 Play School.
4.45 Salty.
5.10 The Prince Philip Cup.
5.35 Barbapapa.
5.40 News & Weather.
5.55 Scene Around Six.
6.20 Nationwide From Wales.
6.50 You Being Served?
7.20 The Rockford Files.
8.10 Race.
9.00 News, Weather.
9.25 Film: Pulp.
11.00 Tonight.
11 40 Weatherman, News & Weather for Northern Ireland followed by Close.

BBC 2

6 40 - 7.55 Open University.
11.00 -11.25 Play School
2.00 Trade Union Congress. Emergency resolution on Grunwick.
4.55 Open University.
7.00 News On 2 Headlines.
7,05 Picture Making. Painting Outdoors. With Ian Simpson.
7.30 News On 2. Weather.
7 40 Other Voices. The New Statesman. The story of a radical journal in search of a role. With Harold Evans, Malcolm Muggeridge, Paul Johnson and Anthony Howard.
8.10 Anne Lorne Gillies. With guests Rolf Harris, Sheila Bromberg and Colin Green.
9.00 Playhouse. An Accident of Class and Sex. With Peter Barkworth andPatricia Garwood. An Englishman thinks automatically in terms of class. It's an occupational hazard.
9 50 Out Of Court. The law and legal issues. With Nick Ross, Norma Shepherd and Michael Molyneux.
10 20 Portrait. The Earl of Lichfield modelled in clay and cast in bronze by Lorne McKean.
10 45 The Camera And The Song. Ian Campbell and his Folk Group, Granite North Songs of Aberdeen.
11.10 Late News On 2. Weather.
11 20 - 11.25 Closedown. David Markham reads "Craftsmen" by V. Sackville-West.

Southern

9.30 Summer School. History Around You. Clues At Home. Allan Waplington builds up a picture of a civilian life during the Second World War, using objects found from the period, and backed with old newsreels and documentary films.

  • Granada Television Production.


9.50 Treasures Of The British Museum. The Beautiful People. Malcolm MacDonald, who has lived and worked in Far East for many years brings his knowledge to bear on the British Museum’s Department of Oriental Antiquities, with the help of Department’s keeper D. E. Barrett.


  • Thames Television Production.


10.15 Food Of Love. Movements from four famous works spanning the centuries by the composers Haydn, Weber, Max Reger, and Poulenc. Music is played by Christopher King, clarinet, Pan Hon Lee and Michael Alexander, violins , Glyn Parfitt, viola, David Bucknell, cello, and Michael Swallow, piano.


  • Ulster Television Production.


10.40 Woody Woodpecker.

11.05 Skippy. Belinda. More adventures with the bush kangaroo.

11.35 Jose. The fantastic life story of Joss Naylor, a 40-year-old Lakeland sheep farmer, who has been described by Olympic gold medallist Chris Brasher as a “the world’s best endurance runner”. Joss has been awarded an MBE for his services to sport. Narrated by Eric Wallace.


  • Border Television Production.


12.00 King Wilbur III. Wilbur and the Mice. Wilbur and the Queen’s blue kitten aided by Hubert, her dog, try to rid the place of a plague of bright red flying mice. Wilbur attempts some of Marco’s magic, but things go wrong - the mice become stripped, the little cat turns big and red and Hubert turns furry. The narrator is Jim Bowen.


  • Thames Television Production.


12.10 Hickory House. With Alan Rothwell, Julia North & Barry Smith’s Theatre of Puppets. Greed. Humphrey is greedy, Dusty shows off, Will they get away with it? Julie lets out her secrect - what can it be? The story is Hans in Luck by Felix Hoffman.


  • Granada Television Production.


12.30 Farm Progress. Repeat of yesterday’s programme. Wealth Of Grass - 4. Cantebury Grassland Group visit the brand new dairy unit established by John James for his 100-cow herd whose winter fodder includes grass and maize silage. Presented by Mark Jenner.


  • Southern Television Production.


1.00 News At One. Trevor McDonald presents the home and international news. From the Opera House, Blackpool, ITN’s industrial editor Peter Sissons and Michael Green report on the first day of the 109th Trader Union Congress. Opening address by this year’s president, Mrs Marie Patterson. Plus, of course, weather prospects and Financial Times share index.

1.20 Southern News and Weather.

1.30 Farmhouse Kitchen. New series. Soups and Starters. Tomato soup, mushroom soup, mushroom salad, rabbit paste and egg mayonnaise are the dishes Dorothy Sleightholme introduces the first programme of her new series. For each of the 15 programmes, she will be joined by a guest cook. Today’s guest, Sybil Norcott, is a farmer’s wife from Irlam near Manchester.


  • Yorkshire Television Production.


2.00 Houseparty.


  • Southern Television Production.


2.35 Film: The Pleasure Seekers (1965). Starring Ann- Margaret, Anthony Franciosa, Carol Lynley, Pamela Tiffin, Gene Tierney with Brian Keith and Gardner McKay. Three young girls, two students and a singer, learn about life and love in sunny Spain. Ann-Margaret plays the singer and Gardner McKay appears as a news correspondent who becomes romantically involved with one of the girls.

4.20 Clapperboard. Chris Kelly talks to actor Edward Fox about his highly praised portrayal of General Horrocks in the new film, A Bridge To Far and about his earlier films including The Go-Between, The Day Of The Jackal and A Dolls House.


  • Granada Television Production.


4.45 Lord Tramp. Being temporary hard-up, Lord Hughie opens his country house to the public. All goes well until two bank robbers join the sightseers. Starring Hugh Lloyd, Joan Sims, George Moon and guest Aubrey Wood.


  • Southern Television Production.


5.15 Mr And Mrs. More married couples answer Derek Batey’s question about their respective partners.


  • Border Television Production.


5.45 News At 5.45. Alastair Burnett presents the home and international area. Peter Sissons and Michael Green report on the decisions at the first day of the 1977 Trade Union Congress in Blackpool.

6.00 Day By Day. Presented by Barry Westwood with reporters Peter Clark, Michael Gray, James Montgomery, Chris Peacock, Paul Bryers, Pat Sloman, Brian Shallcross, David Bobin, Arnold Wilson, Preston Witts, Mike Field, Alison Brierly, Veronica Charlwood and Alastair Stewart. The weather forecast is presented by Trevor Baker. Today’s programme also features Complaint’s Box.


  • Southern Television Production.


6.45 David Nixon Show. With Norm Neilson, Robert Farlow, The Brothers Lee.


  • Thames Television Production.


7.30 Coronation Street. Annie Walker takes on a new barmaid for the Rovers and I can warn viewers that Bet Lynch is in for some strong competition - unlikely as it seems at this point. The newcomer is played by Sheffield actress Jeanette Wild,


  • Granada Television Production.


8.00 Personal Report - Pilger. A Far Away Country . . . A People Of Whom We Know Nothing. Secret film of the Czech underground movement.


  • ATV Network Production.


8.30 Yanks Go Home. Alarm and Despondency. Relations between the Americans and the locals have struck an all-time low and Peter Sallis, as Randall Todd, the Deputy Town Clerk, mounts a Brains Trust in the church hall.


  • Granada Television Production.


9.00 Van Der Valk. Emeny. Amsterdam’s famous detective with a new crime-busting series. In the first episode, he and his French with Arlette are subjected to threats on their lives. Who is their mysterious, hidden enemy and what is the motive?


  • Thames Television Production.


10.00 News At Ten.

10.30 George Brown Asks. The former British Foreign Secretary Lord George-Brown interviews Harold Evans, editor of the Sunday Times - the man who published the Crossman Diaries and fought the campaign for Thalidomide children. What is the role of the press in a free society? What does freedom of the press mean? Does it wield power without responsibility? Lord George-Brown suffered often at the hands of newspapers, television and radio and his personal feelings about all three are emotional and based on experience. In tonight’s programme he exchanges views with Harold Evans.

  • Southern Television Production.


11.00 News Extra.

11.10 The World Of Miss World. For the first time, cameras have been allowed to wander freely with the girls as they prepare for the big night which is Miss World. What does go on behind the scenes? What is the true story of life in the west London hotel which the all the girls stay before the contest? These are some of the questions which this film answers.

12.00 Weather Forecast followed by All The World’s A Stage. Impressions of men, women and God, presented by actor Nigel Goodwin.


  • Southern Television Production.


Yorkshire

9.30 Summer School.
10.15 Film: Here Come The Huggetts With Jack Warner and Kathleen Harrison.
11.45 Cartoon Time.
11.55 Pipet And His Friends.
12.00 King Wilbur III.
12.10 Hickory House.
12.30 A Way Of Life.
1.00 News At One.
1.20 Calendar News.
1.30 Farmhouse Kitchen.
2.00 Good Afternoon.
2.25 Bill Brand.
3.20 Houseparty.
3.50 The Mary Tyler Moore Show.
4.20 Clapperboard.
4.45 Lord Tramp.
5.15 Out Of Town.
5.45 News At 5.45.
6.00 Calendar. Weather.
6.45 David Nixon Show.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 Personal Report - Pilger.
8.30 Yanks Go Home.
9.00 Van Der Valk.
10.00 News At Ten.
10.30 Celebrity Snooker.
11.15 McMillan And Wife.
12.40 Close.

Granada

9 30 Summer School.
9.50 Treasures Of The British Museum.
10.15 Sesame Street.
11.10 Catch Kandy.
11.35 The Osmonds.
12.00 King Wilbur III.
12.10 Hickory House.
12.30 Gambit.
1.00 News At One.
1.20 Dodo.
1.30 Farmhouse Kitchen.
2.00 Good Afternoon.
2.25 Bill Brand. Episode One. With Jack Shepherd.
3.20 Wildlife Cinema . Off Seasons. Slow motion photography on a nature trip through the seasons.
3.50 Star Maidens. What Have They Done to the Rain?
4.45 Lord Trap.
5.15 Mr & Mrs.
5.45 News At 5.45.
6.00 Granada Reports.
6.45 The David Nixon Show.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 Personal Report - Pilger.
8.30 Yanks Go Home.
9.00 Van Der Valk.
10.00 News At Ten.
10.30 This Sporting Land. The Timeless Game. Wynford Vaughan-Thomas on the story of cricket.
11.00 Film: Frogs. Starring Ray Milland. A great-grandfather has gathered his decadent family around him for their annual celebration of his birthday. But there is a strange feeling of terror in the air.

Thames

9 30 Summer School.
9.50 Treasures Of The British Museum.
10.15 Animated Classics.
11.05 Dusty’s Trail.
11.30 Time To Remember.
11.55 Sinbad Junior.
12.00 King Wilbur III.
12.10 Hickory House.
12.30 The Flintstones.
1.00 News At One.
1.20 Felix The Cat.
1.30 Farmhouse Kitchen.
2.00 Good Afternoon.
2.25 Bill Brand.
3.20 Westside Medical.
4.20 Clapperboard.
4.45 Lord Tramp.
5.15 Batman.
5.45 News.
6.00 The London Quiz. The Final, with Caterham School, Surrey, Greycoat Hospital, Westminster, and St. Barnard's Convent High School, Westcliff-on-Sea.
6.45 The David Nixon Show.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 Personal Report - Pilger.
8.30 Yanks Go Home.
9.00 Van Der Valk.
10.00 News.
10.30 Film: Count Yorga, Vampire (1970). For a change, here is a vampire film with some original and really frightening twists. Though the setting is California, not Transylvania, happenings start in a remote dark house deep in the woods . . . Stars are Robert Quarry and Donna Anders
12 10 Love American Style.

Tyne Tees

9.25 North East News Headlines. Followed by Starting Point.
9.30 Summer School.
9.50 Treasures Of The British Museum.
10.15 The Food Of Love.
10.40 Phoenix Five.
11.05 Beachcombers.
11.35 Joss.
12.00 King Wilbur III.
12.10 Hickory House.
12.30 Gambit.
1.00 News At One.
1.20 North East News And Lookaround.
1.30 Farmhouse Kitchen.
2.00 Good Afternoon.
2.25 Bill Brand.
3.20 Focus On Wildlife.
3.50 Fantastic Voyage.
4.20 Clapperboard.
4.45 Lord Tramp.
5.15 Rolf Harris Show.
5.45 News At 5.45.
6.00 Northern Life. With Bill Steel.
6.40 Police Call.
6.45 The David Nixon Show.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 Personal Report - Pilger.
8.30 Yanks Go Home.
9.00 Van Der Valk.
10.00 News At Ten.
10.30 The Northerners. Judi Dench.
11.10 Film. Scream Pretty Peggy. With Bette Davis. A sculptor absorbed in depicting evil hires a pretty housekeeper.

ATV

9.30 Summer School.
9.50 Treasures Of The British Museum.
10.15 Film: Passage Home. Starring Diane Cilento.
11.45 Hammy Hamster.
12.00 King Wilbur III.
12.10 Hickory House.
12.30 Gardening Today.
1.00 News At One.
1.25 ATV Newsdesk.
1.30 Farmhouse Kitchen.
2.00 Good Afternoon.
2.25 Bill Brand.
3.20 Houseparty.
3.50 Mr. And Mrs.
4.20 Clapperboard.
4.45 Lord Tramp.
5.15 In Search Of…
5.45 News At 5.45.
6.00 ATV Today.
6.45 David Nixon Show.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 Personal Report - Pilger.
8.30 Yanks Go Home.
9.00 Van Der Valk.
10.00 News At Ten.
10.30 Right Now.
11.15 This Sporting Land.
11.45 Something Different.
12.00 Close.

Border

9.30 Summer School.
9.50 Treasures Of The British Museum.
10.15 The Food Of Love.
10.40 Certain Women.
11.30 Cartoon.
11.35 Joss.
12.00 King Wilbur III.
12.10 Hickory House.
12.30 Gambit.
1.00 News At One.
1.20 Border News.
1.30 Farmhouse Kitchen.
2.00 Houseparty.
2.25 Bill Brand.
3.20 Wildlife Cinema.
3.50 Garnock Way.
4.20 Clapperboard.
4.45 Lord Tramp.
5.15 Rolf Harris Show.
5.45 News At 5.45.
6.00 Border News And Lookaround.
6.15 Look Who’s Talking.
6.45 David Nixon Show.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 Personal Report - Pilger.
8.30 Yanks Go Home.
9.00 Van Der Valk.
10.00 News At Ten. Followed by Border Weather.
10.30 Film: The Long’s Day. With David Hemmings.
12.30 Border News & Weather.
12.33 Close.

Westward

9.30 Summer School.
10.15 The Food Of Love.
10.40 Woobinda.
11.05 Spiderman.
11.35 Joss.
12.00 King Wilbur III.
12.10 Hickory House.
12.27 Gus Honeybun.
12.30 House For The Future.
1.00 News At One.
1.30 Farmhouse Kitchen.
2.00 Good Afternoon.
2.25 Bill Brand.
3.20 Love American Style.
3.50 In Search Of.
4.20 Clapperboard.
4.45 Lord Tramp.
5.15 Woody Woodpecker.
5.45 News.
6.00 Westward Diary.
6.20 Westward Sport.
6.45 David Nixon Show.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 Personal Report - Pilger.
8.30 Yanks Go Home.
9.00 Van Der Valk.
10.00 News At Ten.
10.30 This Sporting Land.
11.00 Film: Vault Of Horror.
12.30 Faith For Life.

Anglia

9.30 Summer School.
10.15 The Food For Love.
10.40 Spiderman.
11.05 Woobinda.
11.35 Joss.
12.00 King Wilbur III.
12.10 Hickory House.
12.30 An Asian Notebook.
1.00 News At One.
1.30 Farmhouse Kitchen.
2.00 Houseparty.
2.25 Bill Brand.
3.20 Movin’ On.
4.20 Clapperboard.
4.45 Lord Tramp.
5.15 Bygones.
5.45 News At 5.45.
6.00 About Anglia.
6.45 The David Nixon Show.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 Personal Report - Pilger.
8.30 Yanks Go Home.
9.00 Van Der Valk.
10.00 News At Ten.
10.30 The Brian Connell Interview.
11.00 Columbo.
12.25 Christians In Action.

Ulster

9.30 Summer School.
9.50 Treasures Of The British Museum.
10.15 The Food Of Love.
10.40 Skippy.
11.05 Return To The Planet Of The Apes.
11.35 Joss.
12.00 King Wilbur III.
12.10 Hickory House.
12.30 The Remarkable Rocket.
1.00 News At One.
1.20 Lunchtime.
1.30 Farmhouse Kitchen.
2.00 Good Afternoon.
2.25 Bill Brand.
3.20 The Big Valley.
4.18 Ulster News.
4.20 Clapperboard.
4.45 Lord Tramp.
5.15 Friends Of Man.
5.45 News At 5.45.
6.00 Ulster News.
6.05 The Brady Bunch.
6.30 Reports.
6.45 The David Nixon Show.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 Personal Report - Pilger.
8.30 Yanks Go Home.
9.00 Van Der Valk.
10.00 News At Ten.
10.30 Monday Night.
10.35 Film: The Viking Queen.

HTV Wales

9.30 Summer School.
9.45 Interlude.
9.50 Treasures Of The British Museum.
10.15 The Food Of Love.
10.40 Technoflash.
11.05 Winning With Wilkie.
11.35 Joss.
12.00 King Wilbur III.
12.10 Hickory House.
12.30 Healthy Eating.
1.00 News At One.
1.20 Newyddion.
1.25 Report.
1.30 Farmhouse Kitchen.
2.00 Hamdden.
2.25 Bill Brand.
3.20 Cash And Company.
4.20 Clapperboard.
4.45 Lord Tramp.
5.15 Mr And Mrs.
5.45 News At 5.45.
6.00 Y Dydd.
6.22 Report Wales.
6.45 The David Nixon Show.
7.30 Coronation Street.
8.00 Personal Report - Pilger.
8.30 Yanks Go Home.
9.00 Van Der Valk.
10.00 News At Ten.
10.35 Film: State Fair.
12.45 Close.

Continuity & adverts shown on this day

TVS - 1984

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXtkiNJ1zg8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZoTpLXuJbrE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLlsSQq2scc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AtQyFUQ_Zs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZ9KqVO-rhc

TVS Closedown - 1984

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXtkiNJ1zg8

Thames - 1985

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0mjk55GZR8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JtuXTa7KCI

BBC 1 - 1992

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJrCbqm7k0I

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your welcome markyboy if you have any itv schools on channel 4 and S4C listings please post some on here
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There will be martin890 in the coming days as well as ITV schools list before it moved to Channel 4, but today in 1992 (Sunday)

BBC 1

6.45 Open University.
8.50 Playdays.
9.10 News & Weather.
9.15 Start Your Own Religion.
9.30 This Is The Day.
10.00 Sign Extra.
10.30 Film: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1948). Bing Cosby and Rhonda Fleming star in this musical comedy based on the story by Mark Twain.
12.15 Cartoon Double Bill.
12.30 Country File. Rural issues.
12.55 Weather for the Week Ahead.
1.00 News, Followed by The High Chaparral. Unlucky Blue is taken hostage by Indians.
1.55 Bugs Bunny.
2.00 Eastenders. The omnibus edition.
3.00 Eldorado. Blair tries some blackmail.
3.30 Film: The Sundowners (1960). With Deborah Kerr and Robert Mitchum. Drama set in Australia in the 1920’s and centring on Irish sheep drover Paddy Carmody who travels from job to job at the bush.
5.35 Barney Bear: The Bear That Couldn't Sleep. Cartoon.
5.45 Europe By Design. Style kings Giorgio Armani and Karl Lager-field discuss their designs, and Tom Vernon's search for the elusive European clothing style takes him to a second-hand market in Amsterdam.
6.15 The Survival Guide To Food. Cheryl Baker on how to avoid an upset tummy.
6.25 News, Weather.
6.40 Songs Of Praise. The beach of Aberporth, the West Wales shipping village, plays host to today's service.
7.15 Keeping Up Appearances. A new series begins with Richard contemplating, a mishap-filled retirement.
7.45 The House Of Eliott. Sisters Beatrice and Evie are unsure whether to work in Paris, and things become even more complicated-when Jack proposes to Beatrice.
8.40 Birds Of A Feather. The loudmouthed Sisters return, and Tracey finds it difficult to come to terms with Sharon's success at the cafe, Meanwhile, the frightful Dorien looks for a new man in her life.
9.10 News & Weather.
9.25 A Very Polish Practice. Stephen Dakar heads for Warsaw with his wife Grete, but a confession from Grete plunges Stephen into confusion.
11.00 Everyman. What does the future hold for Germany, with its rise in anti-semitism, low birth-rates and increasing emigration? And what are the feelings of the Jewish people who are living in Germany today?
11.50 Doogie Howser, MD. Doogie pokes fun at the blooming romance between Nurse Spaulding and Dr Canfleld. Then he is put out when a visiting surgeon refuses to work with him because of his age.
12.15 Weather.
12.20 Close.

BBC 2

6.35 Open University. Adult education.
12.00 The World Of Wine. The first in a new series, visiting the area of France which produces tine grapes for champagne.
12.30 Sunday Grandstand. Introduced by Steve Rider:
12.35 Yachting. The Ultra 30 Grand Prix series.
1.05 Motorcycling. The penultimate round of the Motor Cycle News British Supercup.
1.30 Motor Sport. Round 13 of the British Formula 3 Championship. Plus action from the 12th round of the British Touring Car Championship.
1.50 Motorcycling.
2.15 Rugby Union. Highlights of the warm-up game between Leicester and England.
3.00 Motorcycling.
4.00 Swimming. The Uncle Ben's World Sprints from Gateshead.
4.50 Motor Sport. Action from the British Touring Car Championship.
5.20 Motorcycling.
5.50 One Man And His Dog. Shepherds compete on the slopes above Ennerdale Water in the Lake District.
6.35 The Living Planet. With David Attenborough.
7.30 Live From The Proms. The Proms, marking Britain's presidency of the European Community, take place at the European Arts Festival. Works include Beethoven's pacific Ninth Symphony, the Choral and Elgar's Falstaff.
9.50 Film: Revolution (1985). Drama set in the American War on Independence with Donald Sutherland and Al Pacino.

Continuity - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ri54xamRgWc
11.50 The Night Stalker. Kolchak probes rumours that a vengeful witch is out to destroy the fashion industry.
12.45 Close.

LWT

6.00 TV-am.
9.25 Disney Club.
10.45 Link.
11.00 Morning Worship. From St Remigius Church, near Norwich.
12.00 The Human Factor.
12.30 An Invitation To Remember.
12.55 Local News & Weather.
1.00 News & Weather.
1.10 Cartoon Time.
1.20 The Muppets At Disney-World. Disney adventure for children.
2.15 Bullseye. Jim Bowen hosts the darts quiz.
2.50 Film: Journey To The Far Side Of The Sun (1969). Sci-fi thriller starring Ian Hendry about an astronaut on a mission to a previously undetected planet.
4.40 Baywatch: Panic At Malibu Pier. Feature-length pilot for the drama series. Lifeguard Mitch Bucannon (David Hasselhoff) battles with his ex-wife for custody of their son.
6.30 News & Weather.
6.35 Local News.
6.40 Dana - The Road To The Isles. Irish singer Dana discovers the strength of faith in the Highlands.
7.15 You've Been Framed! With Jeremy Beadle.
7.45 A Woman Named Jackie. Glossy three-part mini-series, focusing on the eventful life of Jackie Kennedy. Once one of America's most sought after debutantes, she married President John F Kennedy, only to be hit by tragedy.
9.25 Diana - The End Of The Fairytale? Another overdose of royalty as John Suchet examines the recent storm of publicity surrounding the Princess of Wales.
10.25 Michael Winner's True Crimes. In 1987, the biggest robbery in European criminal history took place in Knightsbridge, London, The film director Michael Winner reconstructs the events leading up to the thieves' arrest.
10.55 News & Weather.
11.15 Film: Conquest Of The Planet Of The Apes (1972). Fourth episode of the apes saga, with apes rebelling against their human masters and gaining control of the planet once more. Starring Roddy McDowall.
12.50 Cue The Music.
1.55 The ITV Chart Show.
2.55 Film: Corridors Of Blood (1958 Black & White). Boris Karloff stars as a surgeon who becomes a drug addict when he experiments on himself in a bid to discover a new anaesthetic.
4.30 Memories Of 1970-1991. Beginning with 1970: troops shot students in Kent State, an oil disaster brought tragedy, Edward Heath won the election and the Beatles split up, Narrated by Robert Powell.
5.30 News.

Yorkshire

6.00 TV-am.
9.25 Disney Club.
10.45 Link.
11.00 Morning Worship.
12.00 The Human Factor.
12.25 This Is America, Charlie Brown.
12.50 Calendar News.
1.00 News & Weather.
1.10 Your Match - Live.
3.10 Film: The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956). Hitchcock suspense thriller with intrigue, murder, assassination and kidnapping all leading to a hair-raising climax. Starring Doris Day & James Stewart.
5.30 Bullseye.
6.00 Calendar.
6.30 News & Weather.
6.35 Calendar News.
6.40 Dana - The Road To The Isles.
7.15 You've Been Framed! With Jeremy Beadle.
7.45 A Woman Named Jackie.
9.25 Diana - The End Of The Fairytale?
10.25 Michael Winner's True Crimes.
10.55 News & Weather.
11.15 TV Film: Shellgame (1985). Brenda Robbins plays an ambitious lawyer who is recovering from a marriage that has gone sour.
1.10 The Twilight Zone.
1.30 Later Hours.
2.00 The ITV Chart Show.
3.00 Film: Calculated Risk (1983).
4.20 Jobfinder.
5.30 News.

Anglia

6.00 TV-am.
9.25 Disney Club.
10.45 Link.
11.00 Morning Worship.
12.00 The Human Factor.
12.30 Gardening Time.
12.55 Anglia News & Weather.
1.00 News & Weather.
1.10 The Biggin Hill International Air Fair.
2.10 Heirloom.
2.40 Film: Fantastic Voyage (1960). Clever sci-fi thriller in which five scientists are miniaturised.
4.35 Baywatch.
5.30 Bullseye.
6.00 New Candid Camera.
6.30 News & Weather.
6.35 Anglia News & Weather.
6.40 Dana - The Road To The Isles.
7.15 You've Been Framed!
7.45 A Woman Named Jackie.
9.25 Diana - The End Of The Fairytale?
10.25 Michael Winner's True Crimes.
10.55 News & Weather.
11.15 The Young Riders.
12.15 Film: Theatre Of Death (1966). Christopher Lee stars in this chiller about vampires on the loose.
1.55 The ITV Chart Show.
2.55 Film: Corridors Of Blood (1958 Black & White).
4.30 Memories Of 1970-1991.
5.30 News.

Central

6.00 TV-am.
9.25 Disney Club.
10.45 Link.
11.00 Morning Worship.
12.00 The Human Factor.
12.30 Gardening Time.
12.55 Central News & Weather.
1.00 News & Weather.
1.10 Film: The Son Of Robin Hood (1959). Swashbuckler in which members of Robin Hood’s old meet in Sherwood Forest.
2.45 The Central Match - Live.
5.00 Baywatch.
6.00 Bullseye.
6.30 News & Weather.
6.35 Central News & Weather.
6.40 Dana - The Road To The Isles.
7.15 You've Been Framed!
7.45 A Woman Named Jackie.
9.25 Diana - The End Of The Fairytale?
10.25 Michael Winner's True Crimes.
10.55 News & Weather.
11.15 Dangerous Women.
12.10 Film: Unfaithfully Yours (1983). Romantic comedy starring Dudley Moore as a famous conductor.
1.55 The ITV Chart Show.
2.55 Cue The Music.
3.55 Chequered Flag.
4.25 Jobfinder.
5.30 News.

TVS

6.00 TV-am.
9.25 Disney Club.
10.45 Link.
11.00 Morning Worship.
12.00 The Human Factor.
12.30 TVS News.
12.35 Heidi.
1.00 News & Weather.
1.10 Film: Pippi In The South Seas (1974).
3.00 Film: The Hunters (1958).
5.05 Bullseye.
5.30 Baywatch.
6.30 News & Weather.
6.35 TVS News.
6.40 Dana - The Road To The Isles.
7.15 You've Been Framed!
7.45 A Woman Named Jackie.
9.25 Diana - The End Of The Fairytale?
10.25 Michael Winner's True Crimes.
10.55 News & Weather.
11.15 Film: Conquest Of The Planet Of The Apes (1972).
12.50 Cue The Music.
1.55 The ITV Chart Show.
2.55 Film: Corridors Of Blood (1958 Black & White).
4.30 Memories Of 1970-1991.
5.30 News.

TSW

6.00 TV-am.
9.25 Disney Club.
10.45 Link.
11.00 Morning Worship.
12.00 The Human Factor.
12.30 TSW Farming Week.
12.55 TSW News & Weather.
1.00 News & Weather.
1.10 Wonderful World Of Disney.
2.05 Life And Times Of Grizzly Adams. Mad Jack thinks he’s in luck.
3.00 Film: Black Jack (1979). Starring Stephen Hirst. A rascally French sailor sets out on the road with an apprentice in 1750’s Yorkshire.
5.00 Bullseye.
5.30 Gus Honeybun’s Magic Birthdays.
5.35 Highway To Heaven. The angels enter the world of the urban ghetto.
6.30 News & Weather.
6.35 TSW News & Weather.
6.40 Dana - The Road To The Isles.
7.15 You've Been Framed!
7.45 A Woman Named Jackie.
9.25 Diana - The End Of The Fairytale?
10.25 Michael Winner's True Crimes.
10.55 News & Weather.
11.15 Prisoner: Cell Block H.
12.10 Quiz Night.
12.40 The Irish Game.
1.40 Film: Ashanti (1979). Tale of African slave traders starring Michael Caine.
3.45 The ITV Chart Show.
4.40 Phenomena.
4.55 Jobfinder.
5.30 News.

HTV West

6.00 TV-am.
9.25 Disney Club.
10.45 Link.
11.00 Morning Worship.
12.00 The Human Factor.
12.30 Westcountry Farming.
12.55 HTV News & Weather.
1.00 News & Weather.
1.10 Press Your Luck.
1.40 Challenge Of The Seas.
2.05 WCW Wrestling.
2.45 The Central Match - Live.
5.00 Bullseye.
5.30 Something To Treasure.
6.00 A Class Of Their Own.
6.30 News & Weather.
6.35 HTV News.
6.40 Dana - The Road To The Isles.
7.15 You've Been Framed!
7.45 A Woman Named Jackie.

Continuity - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVUJM65lEEk

9.25 Diana - The End Of The Fairytale?
10.25 Michael Winner's True Crimes.
10.55 News & Weather.
11.15 Film: Conquest Of The Planet Of The Apes (1972).
12.50 Cue The Music.
1.55 The ITV Chart Show.
2.55 Film: Corridors Of Blood (1958 Black & White).
4.30 Memories Of 1970-1991.
5.30 News.

HTV Wales

6.00 TV-am.
9.25 Disney Club.
10.45 Link.
11.00 Morning Worship.
12.00 The Human Factor.
12.30 West Country Farming.
12.55 HTV News & Weather.
1.00 News & Weather.
1.10 Country Matters.
1.40 Challenge Of The Seas.
2.05 WCW Wrestling.
2.45 Film: Beloved Infidel (1958).
5.00 Bullseye.
5.30 Something To Treasure.
6.00 A Class Of Their Own.
6.30 News & Weather.
6.35 HTV News.
6.40 Dana - The Road To The Isles.
7.15 You've Been Framed!
7.45 A Woman Named Jackie.
9.25 Diana - The End Of The Fairytale?
10.25 Michael Winner's True Crimes.
10.55 News & Weather.
11.15 Film: Conquest Of The Planet Of The Apes (1972).
12.50 Cue The Music.
1.55 The ITV Chart Show.
2.55 Film: Corridors Of Blood (1958 Black & White).
4.30 Memories Of 1970-1991.
5.30 News.

Channel

6.00 TV-am.
9.25 Disney Club.
10.45 Link.
11.00 Morning Worship.
12.00 The Human Factor.
12.30 Reflections.
12.35 Les Francais Chez-Vous.
12.50 Tele-Journal.
1.00 News & Weather.
1.10 Film: Pippi In The South Seas (1974).
3.00 Film: The Hunters (1958).
5.05 Bullseye.
5.30 Baywatch.
6.30 News & Weather.
6.35 Channel News.
6.40 Dana - The Road To The Isles.
7.15 You've Been Framed!
7.45 A Woman Named Jackie.
9.25 Diana - The End Of The Fairytale?
10.25 Michael Winner's True Crimes.
10.55 News & Weather.
11.15 Film: Conquest Of The Planet Of The Apes (1972).
12.50 Cue The Music.
1.55 The ITV Chart Show.
2.55 Film: Corridors Of Blood (1958 Black & White).
4.30 Memories Of 1970-1991.
5.30 News.

Channel 4

6.00 Trans World Sport.
7.00 Take 5.
7.30 WilIo The Wisp.
7.35 Sharky And George
8.05 Pro Stars.
8.30 Kelly .
9.00 Spacecats.
9.25 Laurel And Hardy.
9.30 Dennis.
9.45 Flipper.
10.15 Owl TV.
10.45 Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea.
11.45 Little Hous Of The Prairie
12.40 Film: Stage Fright (1950). Alfred Hitchcock comedy thriller starring Jane Wyman as a budding actress turns detective.
2.45 Football Italia. New series proving live coverage of the Italian First Division, or Serie A. The first match pits Lazio of Rome against Sampdoria of Genoa.
4.55 Mr Magoo. Cartoon chaos with the myopic Mr Magoo.
5.10 News & Weather.
5.15 Answering Back. A decision maker gets a grilling.
6.00 A Beginner’s Guide To American Football. For those who are still confused by gridiron.
6.30 The Cosby Show. The kids tip toe around their mother when she’s told she is beginning the menopause.
7.00 Equinox: Eurofighter. The technologies being developed for future fighter pilots.
8.00 Europe Express. The series reports on former East German minister Margot Honecker’s decision to spen her last years with her daughter, after splitting up families during the Commist era. Plus a visit to Magiori on the Croatian/Bosnian border, where six girls claim they saw a vision of the Virgin Mary predicting future tragedy.
8.30 American Football. Teams head for the Superbowl. Presented by Mick Luckhurst.
10.00 Film: The Children (1990). Drama set in Venice. Ben Kingsley stars as a middle-aged engineer who becomes legal guardian to seven children of socialites Geraldine Chaplin and Joe Don Baker and falls in love with 15 year old Siri Neal. Co-starring Kim Novak and Britt Ekland.
12.15 Film: Song Of The Exile (1989) Made in Taiwan.
2.00 Gaelic Games. Cork battles it out against Kilkenny in the All-Ireland hurling championships final Croke Park.
4.00 Close.

S4C

6.00 Trans World Sport.
7.00 Take 5.
7.30 WilIo The Wisp.
7.35 Sharky And George
8.05 Pro Stars.
8.30 Kelly .
9.00 Spacecats.
9.25 Owl TV.
9.50 Australian Rules Football.
10.50 Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea.
11.45 Little House On The Prairie.
12.40 Gustav And The Advisors.
12.45 Kingdom Of The Plains.
1.45 Gazza - The Fight Back.
2.45 Football Italia.
4.55 Maggio Beats The Heat.
5.00 Coast Of Dreams.
6.00 A Beginner’s Guide To American Football.
6.30 Laurel And Hardy. Animated adventures.
6.35 Europe Express.
7.05 Newyddion.
7.10 Saith Ar Y Sul. A round-up of the week’s news stories in a form suitable for those learning Welsh.
7.25 Bwrw’r Sul. Phone-in competition show.
8.15 Hel Straeon.
8.45 Filnlau. A trip to Butlins.
9.00 Tears For George.
10.00 American Football.
11.30 Film: African Voyage (1990).
5.20 4-Tel On View.

Continuity & adverts shown on this day:

Channel 4 - 1997

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ud3Wn5fcskw

BBC 1 - 1998

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6yBgX52V68

BBC News 24 - 1998

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vme7rIZBeeA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sUFOxz5w6k
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYg1-k-3vDE
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i will look forward to it mark as i was so young at the time when schools programmes move to channel 4 and s4c
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