Music, star guests, competitions and comedy. Special guests this morning include Rowan Atkinson/Mr Bean, Phil Collins and Right Said Fred.
Thirteen-year-old Martin Cavanna tells of living in a Hutterite community. There's cartoon action with the Addams Family and The Chipmunks plus another edition of Run the Risk, with Shane Ritchie and Peter Simon. Presented by Andi Peters , Emma Forbes, John Barrowman, Trev Neal and Simon Hickson.
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12.20 Football Focus
Bob Wilson reviews the midweek internationals and looks ahead to this afternoon's games.
12.50, 2.30 Rugby League
Great Britain v New Zealand
Live coverage of the whole of the first test from Wembley. Kick off at 2.45. Howie Tamati coaches the New Zealand team in the first of a three-match series against
Malcolm Reilly's British team. Commentary by Ray French and John Monie.
England, defending their title with a team led by Nick Faldo, will be hoping to qualify for tomorrow's semi-finals of the Dunhill Cup from St Andrews. With commentary by Peter Alliss, Bruce Critchley, Alex Hay, Clive Clark, Mike Hughesdon and Dougie Donnelly.
4.35 Final Score
A full roundup of events.
Crime comedy starring
Tom Dooley is a crazy cop just one step away from nailing the drugs bust of his life. His only problem is that no one will work with him -exceptK-9,a highly-trained alsatian police dog with the best nose (and the worst manners) in the business.
Director Rod Daniel (1989)
FILM REVIEWS pages 51-60
The last programme in the series. Anneka faces one of her most daunting and dangerous challenges. She travels to the village of Pakrac in Croatia, which has been completely destroyed in the war. Her task is to renovate a primary school in just five days, taking with her a convoy of 30 lorries full of emergency food, hygiene and baby supplies. Can she do it in time for the new school term?
Directors David Cumming and Jannine Waddell A Mentorn production for BBCtv
The warm friendship developing between
Charlie and new clinical nurse specialist Ken is causing personal and professional frictions at Holby City Hospital. Duffy feels Charlie has abandoned her; Ash wants Ken'sjob.
"Ken sees the danger signs, but he's not the sort of man to let other people's prejudices get him down," says Christopher Guard , who plays Ken. "He's openly gay and he's used to people jumping to conclusions, but he sees that Charlie is in need of some supportive male friendship. He tries to do the right thing and he gets a lot of hostility in return."
Personal problems aside, the staff have a busy week when a man brings his traumatised teenage daughter into casualty after she has experienced a burglary in the family home. But is the truth really that simple?
Written by Andrew Holden Producer Michael Ferguson Director Richard Bramall
New drama series starring Michael Elphick as a hard-bitten journalist running his own news agency. Jonathan takes his video camera to cover a sick child's birthday party which turns into a major news story. Harry is contacted by the sinister owner of a champion fighting dog.
Written by Mick Ford
Producer Martin McKeand ; Director Rob Walker A Union Pictures production for BBCtv
DCI Rhodes JOHN:
Highlights from two of the day's outstanding matches, plus goals, news and views from the remaining fixtures. Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking.
Series producer John Shrewsbury
Editor Brian Barwick
Crime thriller. An incompetent gang of bank robbers decide to train six large and powerful dogs to perform the heists.
With Byron Mabe , Hal Reed , Julie Parrish and Simmy Bow.
Director David Chudnow (1972) FILM REVIEWS pages 51-60
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