Breakfast in the broom cupboard with Toby Anstis.
Classic story about the wooden puppet who longs to be a boy.
Pinocchio is swept into a tornado and captured by an alien boy who wants him to be his friend.
Ninth episode of a 12-part drama about a time traveller.
Alana makes her TV debut, which is followed by a visit from the social services.
Adventures of five earthlings travelling in the Dream Zone. Dozer can't get to sleep.
In today's edition of the cosmic series, there's interplanetary basketball and Richard Norton awaits some special guests from Australia in the Earthbase. Meanwhile on the planet, Brian the Dinosaur embarks on a career as an eco-detective, Kovan unravels new mysteries from the pool and Mercator and Zee get an urgent message from the Zarbian High Command. Plus music and cartoon action.
With David Claridge , Karl Collins , Frances Dodge ,
Stephen Hope-Wynne and Christopher Wild.
Producers Lome Magory. Claire Winyard Executive producer Peter Murphy
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Introduced by Hazel Irvine.
3.40 Motor sport
Cricket: Second Test
England v Australia
Comhill Insurance Test Series from Lord's. Third day's play as England try to end Australia's
"jinx" at cricket's headquarters. Australia have won 11 of the 29 Tests played at Lord's between the two great rivals, including victories in 1985 and 1989. Commentary by Richie Benaud , Jack Bannister , Ray Illingworth and Geoff Boycott.
SEE PREVIEW page 14
International Tournament from Eastbourne. The final of the women's traditional
Wimbledon warm-up event.
With the 100th Ladies' Singles Championships starting at Wimbledon on Monday,
Eastbourne is a useful guide to the players' form. Last year's tournament provided two surprise finalists when Lori McNeil beat her American compatriot Linda Harvey-Wild . McNeil is back to defend her crown but faces some stiff opposition from Argentina's former US Open champion Gabriela Sabatini,
Mary-Jo Fernandez and Zina Garrison from the United States.
Commentary by John Barrett and Virginia Wade.
2.00 Ritz Club Fern Hill Rated
2.30 Haagen Dazs Handicap Stakes (2m 45yds)
3.00 Grand Met Handicap Stakes(5f)
3.35 Southern Comfort Maiden Stakes (Old Mile)
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
Autotrader RAC British
Touring Car Championships from Brands Hatch - sixth round. Steve Soper set the early season pace with two victories in the first three races. German
Joachim Winkelhock is also a driver to watch out for, having already won at Donington this season. With commentary by Murray Walker.
Brief highlights of the second round of the US Open from Baltusrol in New Jersey. Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon
With Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
Jimmy Savile makes more viewers' dreams come true.
This week, Billy from Brixham in Devon has a lesson on the didgeridoo from Rolf Harris and Timothy from Exmouth gets to meet his favourite animals.
Director Helen Gartell Producer Roger Ordish
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Quiz show hosted by Chris Tarrant. This week, the Bird family team up with sports personalities Emlyn Hughes , Sharron Davies and Dennis Taylor. Playing against them are the Ross family, who are partnered by magazine show presenters Carolyn Marshall , Ross King and Judi Spiers. Producer Danny Greenstone
Executive producers Alan Boyd , Bill Mason A Reg Grundy production for BBCtv
Continuing the re-run of the second series of the drama that charts the setbacks and successes of a 1920s fashion house, starring Stella Gonet Louise Lombard
Florence is making Tilly's life at work unbearable and is undermining her confidence. As a result, Tilly is forced to make a decision that surprises Beatrice and Evie.
Episode written by Helen Slavin Producer Jeremy Gwilt Director Alister Hallum
Classic comedy about a miserly northern shopkeeper, by Roy Clarke , writer of Last of the Summer Wine.
Pedal-weary Granville has trouble persuading Arkwright to buy a delivery van.
Producer Sydney Lotterby
Tracey is shocked to find that two years in prison have finally taken their toll on Darryl.
Episode written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran
An Alomo production for BBCtv
Last episode of the drama serial about two rival families in a seaside town.
It's the day of decision for the planning committee. Will Sarah get her covered leisure centre, or Alan his recycling plant?
Episode written by Kieran Prendiville Producer Susi Hush
Director Terry Green
A Witzend production for BBCtv
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
More hard-hitting investigations and real-life humour from Esther Rantzen and her team - Gavin Campbell, Adrian Mills, Howard Leader and Kevin Devine.
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Comedy drama starring Val Kilmer Gabe Jarret
Mitch Taylor and Chris Knight are fellow pupils at Pacific Tech - a progressive school of advanced science. Recruited by self-styled genius
Jerry Hathaway to work on a secret laser project, the two friends are horrified to discover that their seemingly innocent assignment has sinister ramifications.
Director Martha Coolidge (1985)
SEE FILMS pages 67-72
Prof Jerry Hathaway:
England v Australia
Highlights of the third day's play from Lord's, introduced by Richie Benaud.