Animation. Alistair finds out that cleaning can be fun.
Ten minutes of fun to start the day.
Anotfier series of the fun cookery and music show with Cheryl Baker. Today she chats to aerobics expert Lydia Campbell about food and fitness and sings her version of the Pointer Sisters' hit Jump.
Naturalist Tony Soper and Kristian Schmid (Todd from
Neighbours) are in the studio to celebrate the New Year. Actor
Corey Haim , star of Prayer of the Rollerboys, is the subject of an exclusive Hollywood Report and there's a competition to win his skate blades. Find out what happened when Going Live! teamed up with The Antiques
Roadshow, and what happens to the brave contestants playing
Double Dare with Peter Simon.
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football; 12.40 Racing
12.55 Football; 1.05 News
1.10 Racing; 1.25 Ski-jumping
1.40 Racing; 1.55 Darts
2.30 Cyclo-cross; 3.30 Ski-jumping
3.50 Football half-times
4.00 Cross Country; 4.35 Final Score
Preview of the FA Cup third round. The third round draw produced four ties all from the First Division, the pick being holders Tottenham Hotspur's trip to Aston Villa and 1990 winner's Manchester United's journey to Leeds.
Plus news on all of today's ties. (Match of the Day tonight at 10. 55pm and live coverage of Manchester Utd v Leeds Utd tomorrow at 3. 00pm)
Third of the Four Hills event from Innsbruck, Austria.
Commentary by Julian Tutt.
World Championships from the Lakeside Country Club, Frimley Green, Surrey. Eric Bristow, who has won a record five world titles but lost the last three finals, begins his campaign today against Dane Jann Hoffmann. With Sid Waddell and Tony Green.
General Portfolio British Open Championship from Harlow. With Hugh Porter.
Reebok International from Mallusk.
Eamonn Martin , the Commonwealth 10,000m champion, defends his title in the IAAF Cross Challenge event. With Stuart Storey and Brendan Foster.
From Haydock Park.
12.45 Arlington Premier Series Steeplechase (Qualifier. 2'/2m)
1.15 Mitsubishi Shogun Trophy (Handicap Chase. 3m)
1.45 Newton Steeplechase (2½m). With Peter O'Sullevan and Richard Pitman.
Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon
Shane Richie , the host of BBCl's new home video show
Caught in the Act (Friday,
8.30pm), brings his own particular brand of humour to Noel Edmonds 's place in the country - Crinkley Bottom - this evening. And comedian Jim Bowen is awarded a Gotcha
Oscar for his hilarious performance in a video for a computer company. There are more musical battles fought out in the Lyric Game, more unsuspecting viewers' habits revealed by the NTVhidden cameras and another chance for viewers to pick up the phone and ask a celebrity to Grab a Grand on their behalf.
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Thriller starring Matthew Broderick, Ally Sheedy
David Lightman is a bright student, good at video games and an extraordinarily talented computer-hacker. When he "breaks into" a system hundreds of miles away and is challenged to play "Global Thermonucleur Warfare", David thinks he's found a brand new game. Meanwhile at the Combined Operations Centre in Cheyenne, the Third World War has begun.
This suspense adventure comes from John Badham , the director of Blue Thunder, and stars Matthew Broderick , recently in The Freshman, and Ally Sheedy of The Breakfast Club and Short Circuit:
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FILMS: pages 25-29
Thriller series starring Millicent Martin, John Michie
After 15 years in America, Millicent Martin returns to British TV drama as a clairvoyant and astrologer who runs a mobile astral business in the markets of France and England. When asked about his choice of location, producer and writer Robert Banks Stewart said: "I wanted to be ahead of the Channel Tunnel and bring the south of England and the north of France together." Crystal Clear it's Murder,
Gladys is drawn into investigations when an engineer is found murdered in Boulogne, but it is her son who has a gift that can help the French police.
(Stereo) (Teletext subtitles, page 888)
Detective Sergeant Eavis:
A sharp romantic comedy starring
JC Wiatt lives the yuppie ideal. She has a successful career, a live-in lover married to his bank and a chic apartment - until she inherits a 13-month-old baby.
Director Charles Shyer
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Dr Jeff Cooper:
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
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Desmond Lynam introduces highlights from three of today's key matches from the FA Cup third round and a roundup of the best of the rest. This stage often provides an opportunity for obsure non-league names to become overnight sensations, and it is the time when the clubs with the big reputations have to guard against embarrassing results. Champions Arsenal face an awkward tie at last season's 92nd-placed club
Wrexham. And with non-league teams like Crawley and Woking, who reached the fourth round last year, stilAn the main draw there is much opportunity for upset and glory. Commentary by John Motson , Barry Davies and Tony Gubba. Editor Brian Barwick
Series producer John Shrewsbury
Returning home, successful city lawyer Sandy Albright finds her backwoods hometown tense. Then an old friend's murder has a lynch mob out gunning for the chief suspect - Sandy's latest client.
Director Rod Holcomb
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Sheriff Dean Hartley: