With Philippa Forrester. STEREO
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Quick Draw McGraw and his sidekick Baba Looey set out to clean up the west.
Nature series with music and narration by Derek Griffiths. The red crowned crane is a symbol of happiness and has special national status in Japan. * STEREO
More hilarious capers with the Chuckle Brothers.
Written by Russell Davies • STEREO
Special guests this morning include Olympic cycling gold medallist and record breaker
Chris Boardman. Talking of Record Breakers, Roy Castle is in, too; there's music from Nick Berry and Boyz II Men, and Lynn Dalton reports from
America on what film star Luke Perry has been up to. Also calling in are Rowan Atkinson and Mr Bean. Plus Run the Risk with Shane Richie and Peter Simon. Presented by Sarah Greene and Phillip Schofield. Editor Chris Bellinger ● STEREO
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Introduced by Steve Rider from Wembley.
12.20 Football Focus
12.55 Rugby league
1.05 News; 1.10 Racing
1.25 Snooker; 1.40 Racing
1.55 Snooker; 2.10 Racing
2.25 Rugby league
4.40 Final Score
Stones Bitter World Cup final from Wembley.
Great Britain v Australia
It's 20 years since Great
Britain last won the World Cup and ten years since Australia came to this country and humiliated the home side with a 3-0 test series hammering that left British coaches saying the game here was a decade behind the southern hemisphere. Can the British side prove that the lessons have been learned? The whole match live. Commentary by Ray French and John Monie. ● SPORT: page 12
Bob Wilson and Gary Lineker look back at the efforts of British clubs in the second round of the three European club competitions. Plus the usual comprehensive roundup of the best of the action from the Premier League.
Grand Prix from the Hexagon, Reading. The two semi-finals start this afternoon.
Commentary by Ted Lowe , Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton.
(Coverage continues at 4.40pm on BBC2) ● STEREO
1.15 Radley Stakes (7f 64yds)
1.45 Castrol St Simons Stakes (1½m)
2.15 FLS Aerospace Handicap Stakes (9f)
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon
With Moira Stuart.
Weather Michael Fish
Regional News and Sport
Vintage comedy series by Jimmy Perry and David Croft. Starring Arthur Lowe
John Le Mesurier , Clive Dunn Don't Forget the Diver. The ingenuity of Walmington-on-Sea's Home Guard is put to the test.
Director Harold Snoad
Producer David Croft
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Jim Davidson hosts the general knowledge game show where snooker stars test their skill against the clock. Tonight's players include two newcomers to the programme, Karen Corr and MarkJohnston-Allen, who join Gary Wilkinson , a major prize winner from the last series. Keeping order as usual is referee John Virgo. Director Charles Garland
Producer John Burrowes
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Noel Edmonds throws open the doors of his less-than-stately home and entertains a host of celebrities in front of a live audience.
Among those appearing at the door of Crinkley Bottom are comedian Jasper Carrott , tennis player Pat Cash , character actress Pat Coombs and dancer Wayne Sleep. There's another candid exchange of home truths when some outspoken children tell all about their parents in Wait till Get You Home, a surprise or two in store when Noel decides to Open the Cupboard, and some more unsuspecting viewers' habits revealed by the NTV hidden cameras.
Director/Producer Michael Leggo ● STEREO
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The family game show in which couples compete to see who goes for the conveyor belt and its host of goodies.
With Rosemarie Ford.
Director Bill Morton
Producer David Taylor
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Drama series set in Holby City Hospital's Accident and Emergency Department.
One Step Forward. Julian and Charlie face a dilemma over the treatment of a mentally disabled patient. A surprise guest at a tea-dance stirs up bitter memories for two old friends. Max reveals an unusual hobby, while Norma faces family pressures.
Featuring a guest appearance from British character actor
Episode written by Peter Bowker Producer Geraint Morris
Director Michael Brayshaw ● STEREO
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With Michael Buerk.
Weather Michael Fish
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John Landis 's comedy starring Eddie Murphy
Prince Akeem of Zamunda has a problem. He's enormously rich, incredibly powerful and his dad's arranged his marriage. So Akeem travels to New York in search of a woman who will love him for what he is, not his massive fortune. But in real life it's not that easy. Don Ameche and Ralph Bellamy re-enact their roles from an earlier Murphy/ Landis film, Trading Places.
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Highlights of two of today's top Premier League games and all the goals action and reaction from the others. Analysis and comment from Alan Hansen and Gary Lineker. Commentary by John Motson and Clive Tyldesley. With Bob Wilson. Series producer John Shrewsbury Editor Brian Barwick OSTEREO
The conclusion of today's 17-frame semi-finals in the Grand Prix from Reading. The survivors will meet in tomorrow's final (3.00pm BBC2), with 180,000 awaiting the winner. • STEREO