Lassie rescues a trapped boy.
With Philippa Forrester.
Today, meet Tara, Katie and an adventurous hamster. Stereo
Written by Roy Apps Stereo
Guests this morning include Nick Berry and Markjordon ofITV's Heartbeat, and Cyndi Lauper singing live in the studio. In the Hot Seat are ice dance champions Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean. And there's cartoon action with The Addams Family and The Chipmunks. Presented by Andi Peters , Emma Forbes , John Barrowman , Trev Neal and Simon Hickson.
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Live coverage as Alderman Paul Newall travels through the City of London in his golden coach to take the oath of office as his year as Lord Mayor of London begins. The origins of this pageant, with more than 5,000 participants forming a two-mile long procession, date back over 500 years. The scene is described by Julian Tutt.
Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus
Bob Wilson previews a week of critical World Cup action.
12.45, 1.20,1.55 Racing
From Cheltenham. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson ,
Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
Welsh middleweight Joe Calzaghe takes on former Midlands area champion Ernie Loveridge at Watford. Commentary by Harry Carpenter.
European Sprint Championships from Gateshead. Commentary by Hamilton Bland and Andy Jameson.
2.55, 3.55 Rugby League
Live coverage of the whole of one of the top matches, kick off 3.00pm, in the second round of the Regal Trophy, as Wigan bid to retain the title they won last year. Commentary by Ray French .
3.45 Football Half-Time Scores
4.35 Final Score
A full roundup of results.
Producer Martin Hopkins ; Editor Dave Gordon
Frank Bruno is tonight's guest scorer as more families try and rescue their grannies from captivity. With
Andrew O'Connor and Sarah Greene. Director David G Croft ; Producer Steve Pinhay A Mentom production for BBCtv
Walker supplies Jones with some off-ration pigeons, but did they come from a London landmark? With Arthur Lowe ,
John Le Mesurier, Clive Dunn , Ian Lavender , John Laurie , Arnold Ridley , James Beck.
Written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft Producer David Croft
Olympic gold medallist Sally Gunnell wins a Gotcha this week when she learns how to be a TV presenter, Britt Ekland is a special guest,
Liverpool football star
John Barnes will Grab-a-Grand and Mr Blobby plays golf with Ian Woosnam and Sam Torrance.
Producer Jonathan Beazley
Ladies No 1 Allison Fisher ,
Willie Thorne and Steve James are the snooker stars playing on behalf of three contestants.
With referee John Virgo and host Jim Davidson.
Director Charles Garland ; Producer John Burrowes
A grudge match between two stock car drivers creates excitement on the track and lethal behaviour off it. And a young girl seems to know as much about running the casualty department as the doctors and nurses do.
Episode written by Sam Snape Producer Michael Ferguson Director Charles Beeson
Colonel Eric Dutton:
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Ian McCaskill
Since 1921 the British
Legion, granted a royal charter in 1925, has represented all British ex-servicemen regardless of rank. Its annual Poppy Appeal, raising income for the benefit of members in need, is a focus of the Legion's activities, and reaches its climax at the Festival of Remembrance, when thousands of poppy petals fall from the roof of the Royal Albert Hall in silent memory of those who have lost their lives in combat over the years.
Raymond Baxter describes the scene at this year's service, attended by Her Majesty the Queen, HRH the Duke of Edinburgh, HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother and other representatives of the Royal
Family together with members of the Royal British Legion. The service is conducted by the Rt
Rev Michael Mann and narrated by Richard Baker
Festival producer Bob Reader
Television presentation Neil Eccles
As coverage of the festival
Is live, later programmes may be delayed.
The first round of the FA Cup, now in its 112thyear, has been staged today and there are highlights from two of the top ties, as teams from the second and third divisions of the Football League enter the fray. On a day which always provides surprises, goals from other matches are also featured.
Commentary by Barry Davies and John Motson. Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Series producer John Shrewsbury Editor Brian Barwick
Comedy starring Jack Lemmon
A successful cartoonist lives an idyllic bachelor life, until he wakes up one day - married. With Terry-Thomas, Claire Trevor.
Director Richard Quine (1965)
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