A cartoon about a girl and her dog. Alistair is in the 'dog house', so he decides to build his own. (R)
Cartoon. Hannes Strohkopp suddenly finds his school work easy and that he has more friends than usual, all because of a letter. (R)
A cartoon about a lively community of garden peas. Sweet-Pea and Hap-Pea go to the Chip-Peas' for old Pop-Pea's tea. (R)
An animated version of the classic children's story of Babar the elephant. Today, Babar organises a world-class ballet.
Each week, six serials in six different styles.
The Kitchen Crew. Tomato goes for a walk!
Cheapo TV. The ultimate in cheap. Single Tales. The Braithwaites return.
Zounds. Where is Carol?
Runners. Can Anna be trusted?
NiceChap. Klench is trapped, Suzie is brainwashed, Norris is helpless; what can NiceChap do?
With Caroline Berry , John Biggins , Lucy Jenkins and William Petrie. Producer Russell Davies
Executive producer Edward Pugh
Cartoon adventures in outer space. BraveStarr is the galaxy's toughest marshal, and New Texas is the galaxy's roughest planet! (R)
Singing superstar Elton John and Linda Hartley (Kerry Bishop from
Neighbours) are among this week's special guests. You can call them on [number removed]. Jonathon Porritt presents an environmentally friendly edition of Greenline and Sophie Lawrence (EastEnders'
Diane) introduces three more acts in this year's Stage One talent competition. There's cartoon adventure with the Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles and the Raccoons, plus the latest videos, news, reviews and competitions. Presented by Phillip Schofield and Sarah Greene , and featuring Trevor and Simon. Editor Chris Bellinger
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With Bernard Davey.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam. Provisional Timetable
12.20 Cricket; 12.40 Racing
12.55 News; 1.00 Snooker
1.10 Racing; 1.25 Rallying
1.45 Racing; 2.10 Rugby League
3.50 Football; 4.00 Snooker
4.40 Final Score
Great Britain v Australia
The Third Test in the British Coal
Test series from Elland Road.
Commentary by Ray French and John Monie.
The fifth round of the Stormseal UK
Professional Championships from the Guild Hall, Preston.
Commentary by Ted Lowe , Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton.
Steve Rider reports on the Mobil 1 Rally Challenge, Round 5, from the Isle of Man.
Cricket: First Test
Australia v England
Highlights of the second day's play from Brisbane.
12.45 North Street Handicap Chase (2m 160yds)
1.15 Gerry Feilden Hurdle Race (2m 100yds)
1.50 Hennessy Gold Cup Handicap Chase (3m 2f 82yds)
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Richard Pitman. Producer Martin Hopkins Editor John Philips
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With Moira Stuart.
Weather Bernard Davey
NEWS BY TELEPHONE: if you can't reach a television or radio, BBC News can now be heard on the telephone between 5.00am and 8.00pm by dialling [number removed]. Calls are charged at 33p per minute (cheap rate), 44p at all other times.
More adventures with the Australian airborne medics.
One Final Request. When Geoff and Kate go to the aid of a dying woman who refuses to go to hospital, they learn something about life.
Meanwhile, Vic and Hurtle learn something about justice.
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Dr Geoff Standish:
Dr Chris Randall:
What advice does
Christopher Timothy (star of All Creatures Great and Small) give Noel Edmonds on his West End debut?
Will sports commentator and ex-England footballer
Trevor Brooking be fouled by the gunge tank or will he dribble his way out? And how does TV presenter,
Eamonn Holmes get a monster Gotcha Oscar?
Director/Producer Michael Leggo
Paul Daniels hosts the comedy quiz show for competing couples. Director Tony Newman Producer David Taylor
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Anneka Rice has no idea what this week's task will be until someone hands her the challenge. It will need tons of public goodwill, generosity and a host of volunteers prepared to work round the clock. Director Martin Head Producer Mike Ward
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Tom Hanks Shelley Long
A spectacular comedy from Steven Spielberg featuring the stars of Big and Cheers.
It's every young couple's dream to own a place of their very own. So when Walter and Anna take the plunge and buy a house, the fact that it was a knock-down bargain doesn't seem to worry them. After all, they are deeply in love so why not be deeply in debt? But their dream home soon reveals itself to be a nightmare, where if something could go wrong it does, where disasters are just the beginning and where rotten floors collapse to reveal the ravenous money pit!
Director Richard Benjamin
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather Bernard Davey
Why are you always guided onto the one broken paving stone in a street with half-a-gallon of water under it? More stand-up and run-around comedy with the controversial but popular comedian. Director John Burrowes
Producer Geoffrey Perkins (R)
David Vine introduces coverage of the concluding frames of today's two fifth round matches in the UK Championships from the Guild Hall, Preston.
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
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Zsa Zsa Gabor
Frankie Howerd stars as Private Lurk, the last of a long line of cowards! In 1914, he finds himself in deadly peril on the Western Front, the possessor of an important - not to say cheeky - military tattoo, and a target for the seductive advances of that most glamorous German spy, Mata Hari.
Director Bob Kellett
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