6.35 Chemistry: What Makes a Reaction Go? 7.00 Maths: Looking at Equations
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Cheryl Baker shows how to make yoghurt pancakes. With guest band Pele. • STEREO
Including Lisa Stansfield trading places with a checkout girl in aid of the breast cancer charity Breakthrough, and Jonathon Porritt who invites you to choose Britain's young representatives to the Earth Summit in Brazil. Plus Dawn
Acton, Simon Gregson and Nicholas Cochrane (Tracy and the twins from Coronation
Street), Curtis Stigers who performs his latest song and javelin-thrower Steve Backley. Peter Simon dares
Shane Ritchie and Debbie McGee to attempt the obstacle course and there's Double Dare, cartoons and pop videos.
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 on the final weekend of the Five
12.20 Rugby union; 12.25 Racing
12.40 Rugby union/Football
12.55 News; 1.00 Racing
1.15 Rugby union/Football
1.35 Racing; 1.50 Rugbyunion
4.15 Athletics; 4.40 Final Score
Wales v Scotland
The Lada Cars international live from the National Stadium, Cardiff. Scotland aim to make this their fourth win in a row against Wales, who themselves are looking to end a dismal run of results in Cardiff.
Commentary by Bill McLaren and Phil Bennett . France v Ireland
Highlights from the Pare des Princes, France. Ireland have not beaten France home or away in the last eight seasons. Commentary by Hugo MacNeil and Nigel Starmer-Smith .
(Further highlights tomorrow in Rugby Special, at 5.00pm on BBC2)
A look back at the midweek
European competitions. Also a review of the FA Cup quarter-final replays and a preview of next week's international friendlies.
The World Cross-Country Championship live from
Boston, with coverage of Liz McColgan's attempt to become the first Briton to win the women's world cross-country title since Zola Budd in 1986. Racing
12.30 Lamboum Handicap Hurdle (2m 100yds)
1.05 Mitsubishi Shogun Trophy (Novices H'cap Chase. 2½m)
1.40 Hoechst Panacur EBF
Novices Hurdle (2½m 120yds) Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Richard Pitman
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Tony Robinson presents a selection of cartoon spoofs of the golden age of Hollywood.
Producer Nick Freand Jones
(Tony Robinson 's Maid Marian and Her Merry Men on Tuesday at 5.10pm)
Host Jim Davidson is joined by three players making a return to the quiz show: Mike Hallett , Tony Drago and the ever-popular Dennis Taylor. Keeping the rules is referee John "Mr Trick Shot" Virgo. Director Nick Hurran
Producer John Burrowes
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A historic event in Crinkley Bottom: a Gotcha Oscar for
Dave Lee Travis. Plus comedy guests, Wait Till I Get You Home, the Lyric Game, the astonishing NTVand your chance to phone-in and Grab a Grand. With Noel Edmonds. Director/Producer Michael Leggo • STEREO
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Charming fantasy from Steven Spielberg's company, starring Jessica Tandy, Hume Cronyn
When an unscrupulous developer sends thugs to clear the last five tenants from a crumbling Manhattan building, nothing short of a miracle can save them. But a miracle is what they get in the shape of two visitors from outer space whose magical powers and mischievous humour soon have the bad guys on the run.
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather Bernard Davey
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Astrological thriller series starring Millicent Martin John Michie
The Place of Cold Fires. Eavis suspects the Moons are working outside the law when a Foreign Legionnaire's return to Folkestone sparks off a hunt for stolen diamonds.
Episode written by Leslie Darbon Producer Robert Banks Stewart
Director Henry Herbert
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Over 2,000 hopefuls took part in That's Life's search-for-a-star audition.
Tonight the final nine acts display their vocal talent in a medley of Beatles' songs.
The winner will be decided by viewers' telephone votes and announced in next week's show.
Plus hard-hitting investigations and lighthearted reports from Esther Rantzen and her team.
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Drama about the host of a San Francisco radio phone-in show.
Starring Gary Cole
Home to Roost. When a retiring police officer is accused by a young Vietnamese of murdering his family during the Vietnam war, Killian is caught between trusting the word of an old friend and understanding how years of grieving can turn a wish for justice into a violent desire for revenge.
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Supernatural murder mystery starring Peter Cushing
When Colonel Bingham investigates the mysterious deaths of trustees of an orphanage on a remote Scottish island he is unprepared for the horrific truth behind the murders. Among a strong cast, there's an early detective role for the new Inspector Maigret, Michael Gambon.
Director Peter Sasdy
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