Children's drama series.
The Stone Heart. An escaped convict is hurt and needs help.
Ricky and Champion must decide whether or not to tell the sheriff.
With Andi Peters.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Fun and laughter to start the day.
Today's theme in the food and fun series is bread.
Cheryl Baker sings Baker Street and Toast and today's recipes are rocky onion rolls, fruit cocktail bread and Roman bread salad.
Special guests this morning include Spender's Jimmy Nail, Home and Away's Rebekah Elmaloglou (Sophy) and Joe Elliot and Rick Allen from rock group Def Leppard. Plus Paula Danziger has some suggestions for a good read in Book It.
Presented by Sarah Greene and Phillip Schofield.
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus; 1.00 News
1.05 Racing; 1.20 Ski-ing
1.35 Racing; 1.50 Cyclo-cross
2.05 Racing; 2.20 Basketball
2.55 Rugby league
3.45 Football half-times
3.55 Rugby league
4.40 Final Score
Rugby League: Bradford v Wigan
Regal Trophy final from Elland Road. Live coverage of the whole match (kick-off 3.00pm), with the first major rugby league prize of 1993 at stake. Commentary by Ray French and Ross Strudwick.
A preview of the Fourth Round of the FA Cup with Bob Wilson. Plus Cup news and other action throughout the afternoon and all the results in Final Score.
(More FA Cup Fourth Round action in Match of the Day. tonight at 10.10pm)
Basketball: Guildford Kings v Thames Valley Tigers
NatWest Trophy final from the National Indoor Arena,
Birmingham. Commentary by Stuart Storey and Bill Beswick.
British Open championship from Aldersley Stadium,
Wolverhampton. Reporter Hugh Porter.
Men's downhill championship from Wengen, Switzerland. Commentary by David Vine.
From Haydock Park.
1.10 Jim Ennis Construction Premier Long Distance Hurdle (2m 7 V 2f)
1.40 FK Roofing Champion Hurdle Trial (2m)
2.10 Peter Marsh Steeplechase (limited handicap. 3m)
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan and Richard Pitman.
Producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Dave Gordon
With Chris Lowe.
Weather Penny Tranter
Joining Mike Smith this week on the celebrity panel game are the stars of ITV's comedy drama The Good Guys, Nigel Havers and Keith Barron, who take on Pauline Quirke and Linda Robson from Birds of Feather (showing at 8.40pm).
Noel Edmonds opens the doors of Crinkley Bottom for another evening of fun and games. Tonight's guests include
England rugby captain
Will Carling , who receives a grand slam and a Gotcha Oscar, and actress Kate O'Mara. There's also some shock news in the Crinkley Bottom Observer. Director/ProducerMichael Leggo
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Magical illusions from Paul Daniels and speciality acts from around the world. Tonight's guests are diarist Nigel Dempster, card magician Rene Lavand from Venezuela, Marie Perry from the USA and Great Britain's Mearns and Durham.
With Debbie McGee.
Hospital drama series.
Two old women finally face the truth, and a young mother suffers horrific and mysterious injuries. New consultant Mike Barratt brings a breath of fresh air to the department and Max has trouble at home. With guest appearances from Paula Wilcox and Michael Cashman.
Episode written by Sam Snape
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Another chance to see the first series of this comedy by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran, starring Pauline Quirke, Linda Robson.
Life for sisters Sharon and Tracey is disrupted when their husbands go to work one day and don't return.
An Alomo production for BBCtv
(Repeat) (Stereo) (Subtitles)
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Penny Tranter
Esther Rantzen hosts another series of the programme that mixes hard-hitting investigations and real-life humour. She is joined by her regular team of Gavin Campbell, Adrian Mills, Howard Leader and Kevin Devine to report on topical consumer issues, update some of the campaigns and stories from the last series and expose the worst excesses of salesmen. In a bid to discover the most talented town in Britain, Esther has scoured the country filming spoon players, male strippers and singing dogs. Viewers will make the final choice. There is also the premiere of Tom Jones's latest video - All You Need Is Love - the song he and Dave Stewart recorded to raise money for the charity ChildLine. Editor Bryher Scudamore
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Highlights from three of today's top FA Cup Fourth Round ties and the goals, action and reaction from the afternoon's other fixtures.
With commentary by John Motson, Barry Davies and Tony Gubba, and analysis from Trevor Brooking and Alan Hansen. Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
(Live coverage of a key FA Cup Fourth Round match tomorrow at 3. 00pm)
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War drama starring Burt Lancaster
Vietnam, 1964: the skill of maverick US military advisor
Major Asa Barker as a soldier is sorely tested when military intelligence predicts large Vietcong troop movements near the village of Muc Wa.
Director Ted Post
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Major Asa Barker:
Cpl Stephen Courcey:
Capt Al Olivetti:
Lt Raymond Hamilton:
Cpl Abraham Lincoln: