An Introduction to Pure
Fun and laughter to start the day. ● STEREO
Cheryl Baker makes chocolate squares and crystallised flowers and sings Baker Street. Madness return with It Must Be Love and guest Michael Mclntyre chats about herbs and flowers.
This morning's guests include poet Roger McGough. Plus, music from P.M. Dawn and cartoon action with The Raccoons. Presented by Phillip Schofield and Sarah Greene , Nick Ball and James Hickish.
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
11.10 Women's downhill
12.50 Rugby union/Football
1.20 Football/Rugby union
1.50 Rugby union
4.35 Final Score
Rugby Union: France v England
From the Parc des Princes.
England are looking for a hat-trick of victories in Paris.
France have a much changed side under new coach Pierre Berbizier, who was scrum-half when they last beat England in 1988. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith and Bill Beaumont.
Ireland v Scotland
The Digital international from Lansdowne Road. Ciaran Fitzgerald's side will be keen to avoid a fifth straight defeat by Scotland - something which hasn't happened since 1964.
Commentary by Bill McLaren and Hugo MacNeill.
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Day eight features the women's downhill from Meribel and the two-man bobsleigh from La Plagne. In the downhill, German teenager Katja Seizinger chases favourites
Petra Kronberger and Chantal Bournissen. And in the first runs of the bobsleigh. Britain's Mark Tout and Lenny Paul start their campaign to emulate Robin Nash and Tony Dixon, British gold medallists in 1964. Commentary by David Coleman and Julian Tutt.
FA Cup fifth round and the Scottish Cup fourth round.
A preview of the weekend's big games plus results throughout the afternoon.
(Highlights tonight from 9.50pm)
Cricket: New Zealand v England
The final one-day international from Christchurch.
Horse Racing from Chepstow.
12.40 Allbright Bitter Novices Handicap Chase (2m)
1.10 Persian War Premier Novices Hurdle (2½m)
1.40 Rising Stars Chase (2 Vim)
Commentary by Richard Pitman and Julian Wilson. Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon
This week, Tony Robinson tries to prove that despite all the slapstick and mayhem, love and romance are alive and kicking in toon love. Producer Nick Freand Jones
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On the snooker quiz show this week, host Jim Davidson is joined by three players new to the series. They are
Dean Reynolds , Dene O'Kane and the new World Matchplay champion Gary Wilkinson.
Joining in the fun and keeping the rules as usual is John "Mr Trick Shot" Virgo. Director Nick Hurran
Producer John Burrowes
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Texas comes to Crinkley Bottom tonight as Ken Kercheval (who played JR's arch-enemy Cliff Barnes in Dallas) rides into town. Another family finds themselves broadcasting live to the nation on NTVand two more teams play The Lyric Game. Plus surprise guests,
Wait Till I Get You Homeand your chance to phone in and Grab a Grand. Presented by Noel Edmonds.
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Tonight, magician and entertainer Paul Daniels introduces Wittus Witt , from Germany, with part of his superb antique magic collection. Plus, how to perform a party trick using two 2p pieces, one 5p piece and a pint glass. And from China, the amazing vase-juggling Ming. With Debbie McGee.
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Seventh part of the astrological thriller series starring Millicent Martin
A Foreign Body. A young woman is found dead in the boot of a car belonging to Euro-MP Howard Garvie. Gladys takes a palm print to help the police solve the riddle of the victim's identity, and the murder trail leads to France and the infamous Chateau Salubre , playground of the rich.
Written by Gawn Grainger
Producer Robert Banks Stewart
Director Moira Armstrong ● STEREO
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Martyn Lewis presents the latest national and international reports.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
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More real-life humour, and hard-hitting investigations Esther Rantzen and her dedicated team,
Gavin Campbell , Howard Leader and Kevin Devine. Plus, Britain's biggest search for a new singing star continues with Lettitia King , a 22-year-old secretary from Warrington. Senior producer Richard Woolfe Editor Bryher Scudamore ● STEREO
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Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
FA Cup Football
Highlights from three of today's FA Cup fifth-round ties, with an all-action roundup of the rest of today's Cup programme. Commentary by John Motson , Tony Gubba and Grahame Lloyd.
Winter Olympic Games
Olympic action, featuring the free programme in the men's figure skating competition. Plus, highlights of this afternoon's women's downhill.
Commentary by Barry Davies , Christopher Dean , Julian Tutt and Alan Weeks.
FILM Thriller, from the writer of The
A ndromeda Strain and the director of Coma and Westworld, starring Ben Gazzara
Marshall Martin Sheen
The theft of a deadly binary nerve gas, and the illegal tapping of a top secret government computer point to the activities of James Wright , a millionaire extremist addicted to games. When he appears at a convention where the President is due to speak, his sinister purpose becomes clear - and with the seconds ticking dangerously away, Wright plays his deadly ace.
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