Breakfast in the broom cupboard with Toby Anstis.
Animation. Dennis and Penny go to the circus. Rpt
In the last of the series, the Three Billy Goats Gruff trip trap across the rickety rackety bridge while the troll, alias BB Wolf , lurks beneath.
Animated adventures set in an enchanted forest.
In the last of the food and fun series, Cheryl Baker has a Mad Hatter's tea party with Rod Hull , Emu and her gang. She bakes cups of cake and "eat me" muffins, and there's a tasting of fruit tea. Her song this week is Javajive.
After six series and 179 programmes, "Going Live!" opens the doors to Studio 7 for the final time. Joined by a host of special guests, Sarah Greene, Phillip Schofield, Trev and Simon - not forgetting Gordon the Gopher - take you through the A-Z of "Going Live!" They've been digging through the archives and have come up with some magic moments - and some that might be best forgotten.
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus
12.50 London's Marathon preview
1.05 Snooker; 1.55 Racing
2.05 Gymnastics; 2.25 Racing
2.35 Gymnastics; 2.55 Racing
3.05 Gymnastics; 3.25 Racing
4.40 Final Score
Embassy World Championship from the Crucible Theatre,
Sheffield. The first of 17 days of competition sees Scotland's
Stephen Hendry beginning his defence of the World title he won in dramatic fashion last year, when he came from 14-8 down to win ten frames in a row against Jimmy White. White also begins his campaign for that elusive first World title later today. Hendry's first-round opponent is England's Danny Fowler while White faces talented youngster Joe Swail in the clash of the two former English amateur champions. With commentary by Ted Lowe , Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton . Stereo
World Championships from
Birmingham. The competition builds to a climax with the apparatus finals taking place today and tomorrow. British champion Neil Thomas had high hopes of reaching this afternoon's men's floor final and emulating his performance in the last World
Championships in Indianapolis, when he became the first
Briton to qualify for an individual final at this level.
The floor exercise was one of only two disciplines which
Vitaly Scherbo failed to win at last year's Olympics. But he did triumph on the rings and pommel horse, which are also contested today. Plus action from the women's vault and asymmetrical bars.
With commentary by Barry Davies , Mitch Fenner and Christine Still.
Bob Wilson and Alan Hansen reflect on the effect of the busy Easter programme on the three-horse race for the FA
Premier League title and look ahead to this weekend's action.
2.00 PCL Burghclere Conditions Stakes (1m3f)
2.30 Lanes End John Porter EBF Stakes(1½om)
3.00 Singer and Friedlander Greenham Stakes (7f)
3.30 Ladbrokes Spring Handicap (1m)
The Greenham Stakes is the top British trial for the 2,000 Guineas. Rodrigo de Triano took part last year.
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley . London's Marathon Preview
A look ahead to tomorrow's event, coverage of which starts on BBC1 at 8.50am.
Producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Dave Gordon
With Jennie Bond.
Weather Rob McElwee
Jimmy Savile makes more dreams come true. This week, Tonya from South Shields sings a gospel song with full backing, Christina from Orpington gets the chance to serve in London's
Rock Island Diner and, on the eve of the London Marathon,
Geoffrey from Reading has his stolen medal from the Marathon replaced. Director Helen Gartell Producer Roger Ordish
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Comedy series written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft. Fall of the House of Meldrum When Ralph puts a curse on George, it seems the end is nigh for the Meldrum household.
Director Roy Gould
Producer David Croft
The Honourable Teddy:
Sir Ralph Shawcross:
Lady Agatha Shawcross:
Film Premiere. Airborne action drama starring Nicolas Cage, Tommy Lee Jones, Sean Young
The American army's new anti-drug weapon, the Apache helicopter, is flown by an elite force of pilots. The most daring of the pilots is Jake Preston. But he still has a lot to learn before taking on an enemy ace.
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Billie Lee Guthrie:
Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran's comedy series starring Pauline Quirke, Linda Robson.
While her husband schemes to make his prison stay more bearable, Sharon meets an attractive older man in Chigwell station.
Episode written by Peter Tilsbury
An Alomo production for BBCtv
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Bill Giles
Drama serial about two rival families in a seaside town.
Rain or Shines. Simon Cromer is back from Europe, with worrying news for Alan and Maggie. Meanwhile, Alan and Sarah make different plans for the site of the old holiday camp. And Hugo finds a new job.
Episode written by Lou Wakefield Producer Susi Hush
Director Robert Chetwyn
A Witzend production for BBCtv
In an in-depth interview the American actor, comedian and writer Billy Crystal talks to Terry Wogan about his childhood, his break into showbusiness and a successful film career, including parts in Throw Momma from the Train, When Harry Met Sally , and City Slickers.
Crystal first came to the attention of British audiences when he played a gay character in Soap. His new movie, Mr
Saturday Night (reviewed by Barry Norman in Film 93 on Monday at 10.10pm), is a tragi-comedy about an American stand-up comedian. Director Phil Chilvers Producer Peter Estall
(Billy Crystal is a guest on The Full Wax on Thursday at 10.05pm)
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Highlights of two of the top games in the Premier League, plus action and reaction from all the other matches.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam. Series producer John Shrewsbury Editor Brian Barwick
A tale of black magic and witchcraft starring
The secluded Massachusetts town of Whitewood hides a dark and deadly secret.
Director John Moxey
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