6.35 An Introduction to Economics
6.55 Weekend Outlook 7.00
Pure Maths: Maps
Fun and laughter to start the day. ●STEREO
Today's Italian theme means pizza, pasta and tutti frutti pudding. Plus, Cheryl Baker 's own video version of Robert Palmer's Simply Irresistible. * STEREO
This morning's special guest is Noel Edmonds , presenter of BBC 1 's Noel's House Party.
Phillip Hodson helps solve more viewers' Growing Pains.
Jonathan King explains how you can vote for this year's top
British pop video and Emma Forbes reports on cooking,
Japanese style. There's Double Dare and cartoon action with The Raccoons and Dungeons and Dragons plus the latest videos and live performances from chart bands. Presented by Phillip Schofield and Sarah Greene , with Nick Ball and James Hickish. Editor Chris Bellinger ●STEREO
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Introduced by Steve Rider , live from Twickenham, the second Saturday of the Five Nations Rugby Union Championship.
12.20 Rugby union; 12.25 Racing
12.40 Rugby union; 12.50 News
12.55 Racing; l.lOCricket
1.25 Racing; 1.40 Rugby union
1.50 Hockey; 2.15 Rugby union
4.35 Final Score
England v Ireland
Live coverage of the Save and Prosper international. The odds against England becoming the first post-war team to successfully defend the Grand
Slam shortened after their 25-7 victory at Murrayfield. Ireland last won at Twickenham ten years ago. Commentary by Bill McLaren and Bill Beaumont with expert analysis from Paul Ackford and Hugo MacNeill.
Wales v France
Highlights of the ADT international from the National
Stadium, Cardiff. Wales haven't beaten France since 1982, but their confidence will be high after January's 16-15 victory at Lansdowne Road. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith and Eddie Butler.
Cricket: Second Test
New Zealand v England Highlights of the third day's play from Auckland.
Royal Bank of Scotland National Indoor Club
Championship at Crystal
Palace. Can St Albans win for the fifth successive year?
Commentary by Barry Davies.
12.30 Johnsey Estates Handicap Chase (2½m)
1.00 Philip Cornes Saddle of Gold Hurdle Final (3m)
1.30 John Hughes Grand National Trial (3m 6f).
Commentary by Julian Wilson and Richard Pitman.
The latest news and results.
Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon
Tony Robinson returns with more cartoons.
Your Favourite Toons. This week, a selection of cartoons requested by viewers. Producer Nick Freand Jones
Noel welcomes you to Crinkley Bottom where tonight the House Party hosts the first husband and wife phone-in. Gunge with Radio 2's Derek and Ellen Jameson. Perhaps special guest star Kathy Staff (Nora Batty from Last of the Summer Wine) will help clear up the mess! The cast of 'Allo 'Allo! will be singing this "only once" in the Lyric Game. Dennis Taylor adds a Gotcha Oscar to his trophy cabinet. Plus your chance to call in and Grab a Grand.
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Special guest star:
Jim Davidson hosts this exciting game show. Testing their skills against the clock tonight are Yorkshire's ever popular Joe Johnson and Welsh snooker stars Ray Reardon and Terry Griffiths. Good-humoured order will be kept as usual by referee John Virgo. Director Nick Hurran
Producer John Burrowes
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As always Paul Daniels invites you to join him for his special brand of magic and mystery. Have some fun at home when he shows you a trick using two cups and a balloon. Special guests tonight are
Mike Michaels from Las Vegas with his mechanical magic and, from Russia, the death-defying
Panteleenkos. Also featuring Debbie McGee.
Director/Producer Geoff Miles ● STEREO
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Fifth part of the astrological thriller series starring Millicent Martin
The Horns of Capricorn
Trevor's determination to help the police catch a strangler begins to seem like an obsession. But one of the intended victims is Cecile, and the killer is closer to home than anyone thinks.
Written by Jim Hawkins
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Detective Sergeant Eavis:
With Martyn Lewis.
Weather John Kettley
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More real-life humour, hard-hitting investigations and lighthearted reports from Esther Rantzen and her dedicated team,
Gavin Campbell , Howard Leader and Kevin Devine. Meanwhile,
Britain's biggest search for a new singing star continues. Senior producer Richard Woolfe Editor Bryher Scudamore ●STEREO
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American drama series about the host of a late night radio phone-in programme. Starring Gary Cole
A in 't Too Proud to Beg. When a scandal-mongering journalist links Killian to the pregnant Devon King, the Nighthawk's surprising reaction is to ask his boss to marry him. But the reappearance of the baby's real father complicates the issue and questions arise over the futures of Jack, Devon and KJCM.
Who shot JFK? Two Arizona cops think they've found the Kennedy assassins when they uncover two armed skeletons and a jeep full of 1963 dollars.
But powerful conspiracies don't go away and it's soon clear that they could be the next victims.
Director William Tannen
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Thriller starring John Saxon
Southern California means golden sand, blue seas and happy suntanned people. But not on this beach. Something nasty lurking underneath the sand is eating the sun worshippers.
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