6.35 The Present in the Past: Greek Drama 7.00 Maths:
Fun and laughter to start the day. • STEREO
Today's show celebrates
Mrs Beeton 's birthday, with recipes that include apple soup, boiled salmon and lemon jelly. Cheryl Baker 's guest is a Mrs Beeton expert, Lesley Edwards. • STEREO
This morning's special guests include violinist Nigel Kennedy, sports journalist Ian Stafford and chart band Wet Wet Wet.
Going Live! prizewinner Samuel Mclntyre presents his second film report from Africa on the work of Elefriends.
Plus Double Dare, music, cartoon action and the latest pop videos.
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Introduced by Bob Wilson.
12.20 Football; 12.30 Ice hockey
1.00 News; 1.05 Boxing
1.50 Racing; 2.05 Badminton
2.55 Rugby league
3.45 Football half-times
3.55 Rugby league; 4.35 Final Score
Castleford v Hull
Live coverage of the Silk Cut
Challenge Cup semi-final from Headingley. The Castleford-Hull match ensures that a Yorkshire club will reach Wembley for the first time in four years. There they will meet Wigan or Bradford Northern, who play in a fortnight. Commentary by Ray French , John Monie and Alex Murphy.
Kalambay v Graham
Britain's Hero] Graham looks for revenge in this European Middleweight title fight from Italy. Sumbu Kalambay took the European title from him five years ago. Commentary by Harry Carpenter.
Durham Wasps v
Durham take on the newly-crowned Heineken League champions as the countdown to the play-offs and end-of-season Wembley showpiece begins.
Commentary by Gerald Sinstadt and Red Imrie.
Yonex All England
Championship from Wembley Arena. Finals day in one of the most prestigious badminton tournaments in the world.
Commentary by Barry Davies and Craig Reedie.
(Further coverage of the finals in Sport on Friday)
A roundup of all the action from the FA Cup and Tennents
Scottish Cup quarter-finals, plus news and results.
A look back at the Cheltenham Festival. Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon
It's 's Typical Isn 't It?
Tony Robinson asks if cartoons are sometimes too violent or if they make fun of minority groups. Producer Nick Freand Jones
(Tony Robinson Maid Marian and Her Merry Men on Tuesday at 5.10pm)
Jim Davidson cues off tonight's snooker quiz show with Tony Knowles , Neal Foulds and David Taylor playing against the clock for big prizes.
Helping to keep the order is John "Mr Trick Shot" Virgo. Director Nick Hurran
Producer John Burrowes
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Comedian Jimmy Tarbuck arrives at Crinkley Bottom to join the fun. Also there is fellow comic Max Boyce who, with weather broadcaster Ulrika
Jonsson, gets a Gotcha Oscar for bravely going out on a limb. There's more NTV, the Lyric Game and Grab a Grand.
Director/Producer Michael Leggo • STEREO
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First in a series of science-fiction and comedy-adventure films. Starring Dennis Quaid
Martin Short , Meg Ryan
Tuck Pendelton is shrunk and on the point of making a journey through a rabbit's body, but the top secret experiment goes dramatically wrong when the lab is attacked. Director Joe Dante also made Gremlins.
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Lt Tuck Pendelton:
Dr Margeret Canker:
Astrological thriller series starring Millicent Martin John Michie
The Chinese Medicine Man
When Martin Shan , a popular south coast doctor, comes under suspicion of theft and murder, Trevor tries a little oriental sorcery of his own.
Written by Nick McCarty
Producer Robert Banks Stewart
Director Henry Herbert
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Detective Sergeant Eavis:
Chief Constable Shaw:
John Humphrys presents the latest news reports. Weather Rob McElwee
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More real-life humour and hard-hitting investigations from Esther Rantzen and her team. Plus Britain's search for a new singing star continues with Sara Hawkins , 20, from King's Langley, Hertfordshire, singing her version of Misty. Senior producer Richard Woolfe Editor Bryher Scudamore STEREO
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Drama about the host of a San Francisco radio phone-in show.
Starring Gary Cole
Ryder on the Storm. When a disc jockey resigns, Killian looks to the past for a replacement:
Greg Ryder , one of radio's most radical voices of the 1960s. But there are too many things in his past which can't be forgotten.
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First showing on I network television of this wild comedy starring Richard Pryor Beverly Todd
All Arlo Pear wants is a peaceful family life in terminal suburbia, but when he is forced to move to another town his normal existence is threatened by the craziest crew of eccentrics imaginable.
Director Alan Metter
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