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: Dermot's Sporting Buddies

Back-to-back editions of the series in which Dermot O'Leary joins a celebrity at a sporting event (ends 10pm), beginning with actor Max Beesley, who watches Manchester United.

7.30 A day at the races with Emma Bunton.

8.00 Comedian Sean Hughes watches the Belfast Giants ice hockey team.

8.30 Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish go stock-car racing in Skegness.

9.00 Huey Morgan of Fun Lovin' Criminals catches a basketball game in New York.

9.30 Comedian Johnny Vegas takes Dermot to a rain-sodden rugby league match.

Contributors

Presenter: Dermot O'Leary
Guest: Max Beesley
Guest: Emma Bunton
Guest: Sean Hughes
Guest: Adam Buxton
Guest: Joe Cornish
Guest: Huey Morgan
Guest: Johnny Vegas

: EastEnders

Shown at
8pm on BBC1.

: Stigmata

I Supernatural horror starring
Patricia Arquette and Gabriel Byme. A hairdresser shows signs of stigmata.

Contributors

Unknown: Patricia Arquette
Unknown: Gabriel Byme.

: Clive Barker's A-Z of Horror

The story of Ed Gein , a farmer whose serial killings inspired Hollywood.

: Dr Terrible's House of Horrible: Scream, Satan, Scream

Steve Coogan plays witch-hunter Capt Tobias Slater.

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Coogan
Unknown: Tobias Slater.

: Curse of the Blood of the Lizard of Doom

A doctor seeks a cure.








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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