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SATURDAY

ITV

LWT

7.15pm Bottle Boys BY VINCE POWELL

ROBIN ASKWITH

contest... all this while trying to keep their heads, too. Music by Alyn Ainsworth and his Orchestra. Also appearing, The Nigel Lythgoe Dancers. Games devised by Gyles Brandreth. Writers are Fred Metcalf and Colin Edmonds. Staged by Nigel Lythgoe.

9.15 Fathers by Sons

DESIGNER BRIAN ASHBROOKE-MOTTE EXECUTIVE PRODUCER JOHN KAYE COOPER PRODUCER TONY McLAREN DIRECTOR IAN HAMILTON TVS Production

7.30pm Opinions: 'Happy Families?' THERE HE GOES AGAIN

W THE CAP FITS

Comedy with the manic milkmen. It's promotion time at the milk depot. Dave Deacon's efforts to be the winner in the chicken selling drive leads him into trouble. Oracle subtitles page 888 Stan Evans Richard Davies Billy W atson David Auker W ilt' Foley Leo Dolan Dave Deacon Robin Askwith Jock Collins Phil McCall Joe Phillips Oscar James Middle-aged housewife Joan Morrow Man at door Patrick Marley Y oung housewife Linda-Jean Barry Sharon A rmstrong Eve Ferret Mr Rothwell Christopher Good DIRECTOR/PRODUCER STUART ALLEN LWT Production

7.45 Ultra Quiz '85 STU FRANCIS SARA HOLLAMBY with LIZA GODDARD CHRISTOPHER BIGGINS JOHNNY LOGAN The Knights of Arkley Seven contestants travel back into medieval times when they visit historic Hever Castle in Kent, once home to King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. They find themselves lost in a maze, having a race dressed in armour, and competing in an archery

Lewis Lapham, editor of

8.45 ITN News and Sport 9.00 Meteor SEAN CONNERY NATALIE WOOD KARL MALDEN BRIAN KEITH A large comet, FILM streaking from the far reaches of space, crashes through the asteroid belt. It causes a massive explosion which hurls a five-mile-wide meteor, preceded by enormous fragments, on a collision course with Earth. Catastrophe can be avoided only if the United States and Russia pool their scientific knowledge and technical resources. See pages 4 and 27 Dr Bradley Sean Connery Tatiana Natalie Wood Sherwood Karl Malden Dr Dubov Brian Keith Gen A dlon Martin Landau Sir Michael Hughes Trevor Howard Secretary of Defence Richard Dysart The President Henry Fonda Easton Joseph Campanella Katherine DeHetre Jan Alan James Richardson Manheirn Bo Brundin Helen Bradley Btbi Besch

Harper's Magazine, New

E L W istey (alias Peter Cook) in Twenty Y ears On'. Bill Hunter Sam Mason Russian premier Girl skier

Roger Robinson Michael Zaslow Gregory Gay Sybil Danning

SCREENPLAY STANLEY MANN, EDMUND H NORTH DIRECTOR RONALD NEAME

11.00 London News Headlines followed by

Twenty Years On DAVID FROST VIOLENCE

David Frost continues his look at Britain 20 years on from the Sixties. Tonight — are we safe in our houses and on the streets? Police, judges, criminals and their victims talk about violence and their worst fears. Plus the results of the Twenty Y ears On Gallup poll, one of the biggest ever surveys of British beliefs, opinions and fears. And E L Wistey gives his view of the boys in blue from the safety of his park bench. PRODUCER CHRIS RILEY DIRECTOR BOB COLLINS EXECUTIVE PRODUCER CLIVE JONES TVS Production

12.00 Bellamy JOHN STANTON COME FLY WITH ME

A father's love for his son becomes an obsessive desire for revenge when he believes tough cop Steve Bellamy to be responsible for the boy's accidental death. Bellamy John Stanton Mitchell Tim Elston Daley James Condon Clem Brian Young Hal Mason Glennen Faye Jimmy Livingstone Craig Pearce A drian Phipps David Whitford Hal's father Graham Rouse

12.45am Night Thoughts g

A giant 'Meteor' streaks towards Earth. Bradley (Sean Connery) and Sherwood (K arl Malden) react fast: 9.00.

TVTIMES 3-9 A ugust 1985

With Fr Michael Hollings. followed by

Closedown

York, looks at the phenomenon of Reagan and Reaganism in the light of the President's recent cancer operation.

DENLS HEALEY BEL MOONEY Third in this series of personal stories of six relationships. William Healey, seen through the eyes of his son, Denis, was a romantic for whom life never quite lived up to expectations. William was committed to work and family, but in some ways this commitment led to deep frustration. CAMERA CHRIS COX EDITOR ANDY KEMP EXECUTIVE PRODUCER AVIE LITTLER DEVISER/PRODUCER BRITT ALLCROFT Moving Picture Company Production

PRODUCER MICHAEL JONES EXECUTIVE PRODUCER NICHOLAS FRASER Panoptic Productions

10.00 Hill Street Blues

8.00 Tales from a Long Room

An all-out effort to catch a brutal rapist is launched, involving several tough detectives dressing up in drag.

DRESSED TO KILL

BY PETER TINNISWOOD

ROBIN BAILEY OUR OWN DEAR QUEEN

The Brigadier reveals that Queen Victoria had the makings of a cricketer of considerable stature. Indeed, it is the opinion of many historians that, but for the cares of state and the burdens of childbearing, she could well have attained Test Match standard. DESIGNER COLIN PIGOTT PRODUCER VERNON LAWRENCE Y orkshire Television Production

8.15 Sanne BY WILLEM CAPTEYN, CAREL DONCK. HUGO IEINEN

Last in this drama series. After the bloody anti-cruise demonstration on television, Chiel leaves for the Meuse Valley, where he rock climbs. Sanne hitch-hikes to join him. With English subtitles. Heleen Bender Josee Ruiter Sanne Bender Lotje Lohr Chiel Arends Anne Buurma Marthe A rends Diana Dobbelman Gijs A rends Ferd Hugas Anneke A rends Nelleke van Koningsveld Bertje A rends Mathijs Resink A nton Bender Bram van der Vlugt DIRECTOR ERIC OOSTHOEK Ikon Production

8.45 The Optimist ENN REITEL A CHALLENGE

Silent comedy. The Optimist has a job as an ice cream salesman at the marina where he meets a rival in love. With Richard Brooker as the Rival and Jadie Rivas as the Girl. WRITER RICHARD SPARKS DIRECTOR PETER ELLIS PRODUCER ROBERT SIDAWAY EXECUTIVE PRODUCER JOHN BRITTANY New Century/Chari=a Films Production

Capt Furillo Sgt Esterhaus Belker Joyce Hill Renko Calletano LaRue W ashington Goldblume Lucy Sgt Hunter Fay Macafee

Daniel J Travanti Michael Conrad Bruce Weitz Veronica Hamel Michael Warren Charles Haid Rene Enriquez Kiel Martin Taurean Blacque Joe Spam Betty Thomas James B Sikking Barbara Bosson Dan Hedaya

11.00 The Bribe ROBERT TAYLOR AVA GARDNER VINCENT PRICE CHARLES LAUGHTON A small island off the coast of South America. An American federal agent, Rigby, arrives to break up a smuggling ring dealing in contraband war surplus. But he finds himself falling in love with the beautiful wife of one of his chief suspects. Made in black and white

See page 27 Rigby Robert Taylor Elizabeth Ava Gardner Carwood Vincent Price A J Bealer Charles Laughton Tug Hintten John Hodiak Gibbs John Hoyt Dr Warren Samuel S Hinds Walker William Haade Emilio Gomez Tito Renaldo Pablo Gomez Martin Garralaga Boatman Julian Rivero Bartender Ernesto Morelli SCREENPLAY MARGUERITE ROBERTS FROM A STORY BY FREDERICK NEBEL DIRECTOR ROBERT Z LEONARD

12.50 The Paul Hogan Show Another blast of irreverent humour from Down Under.

1.15am Closedown

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