With Chris Jarvis and Zoe Ball.
Michael's toys come to life.
Make kitchen clay, go metal detecting, and play Who Am I? FACTSHEET: send sae to [address removed]. Send your ideas for the programme to the same address.
The Why Bird Stop.
A Felgate production for BBCtv (Rpt)
American comedy. Sarah Spills the Bigfoot Beans.Sarah's boyfriend insists on being invited into the house.
Adventure based on Robert Louis Stevenson 's novel starring Michael Caine Trevor Howard
After the massacre at Culloden, Alan Breck Stewart has to choose between Scotland's cause or saving a man's life. With Jack Hawkins. Donald Pleasence. Gordon Jackson and Vivien Heilbron.
Director Delbert Mann (1971)
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo
Introduced by Dougie Donnelly.
1.35, 3.25, 4.10 Motorcycling
British Supercup Championship 1994, from Donington. Round 1 of a new-look 1 1-round championship which replaces separate British and Supercup championships staged last year.
1.55, 2.25, 2.55, 3.55 Racing
From Chepstow, featuring races at
2.00,2.30 and 3.00.
From Fairyhouse at 3.55 (Irish Grand National).
2.10,2.40,3.10 Table Tennis
European Championships from the National Indoor Arena, Birmingham.
Both individual titles are decided today.
4.40 Final Score
Including football news following a busy programme of fixtures.
Cartoon fun with Fred and Wilma. Fred argues with his boss about his wages.
Russell is under suspicion and Rick takes advantage of Debbie's good nature.
With Moira Stuart.
Weather John Kettley
Clips from Disney films both past and present including The Aristocats, Peter Pan, The Sword and the Stone and The Three Musketeers. Presented by Sarah Greene.
Tonight's edition of the panel show pits GMTV presenter Lorraine Kelly and The Big Breakfast presenter
Mark Little against Gladiators host Ulrikajonsson and actor Stephen Tompkinson. Hosted by Mike Smith. Director John Rooney
Producer Graham B Owens
Anne Robinson and Simon Walton
update their undercover investigations of food and gas poisoning on Mediterranean holidays, and swimming pool and fire safety. Plus the pick of viewers' holiday horror videos.
This week, Bill Beaumont is joined by Kriss Akabusi , the reigning European and Commonwealth champion in the 400 metres hurdles and football's Ronnie Whelan , the Republic of Ireland midfielder who has won seven League championship medals with Liverpool.
Ian Botham lines up with the swimmer Mark Foster , short course world champion at the 50 metres freestyle and rugby league's Andy Platt , the Great Britain prop forward who has won every honour in league rugby with Wigan. Questions asked by David Coleman. Executive producer Mike Adley
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I Further crazed comedy in the surreal style of Airplane! and Hot Shots, starring
George Bush is in the White House, Frank Drebin is in Police Squad, and the cheque is in the mail ... However, all is not well with the world, for a consortium of pollution-spewing energy producers plans to nobble an influential "green" spokesman, whose assistant is Jane Spencer , the woman who broke Drebin's heart after the first movie.
Director David Zucker 99
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London, 22 November 1993: An event of such earth-shattering proportions that, according to veteran DJ David Nice, "it was to quite literally shatter the earth to its very proportions". For it was on that day that Dave "Nicey" Nice and his right-hand man Mike "Smashie" Smash left Radio Fab FM.
This retrospective "progumentary" takes Smashie and Nicey back over their ground-breaking careers, from the heady heydays on the high seas with pirate Radio Geraldine in the 60s, through the launch of Radio Fab in 1967, the highs and lows of the 70s (Nicey's Deptford Draylons commercial, the break-up of Smashie's marriage to Tessa Smash) to the present day.
Appearing in this definitive document of an era are Tony Blackburn, Alan Freeman, Bob Geldof, Valerie Singleton and Angus Deayton as well as (of course) Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse who also wrote it.
A Tiger Aspect production for BBCtv
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With Peter Sissons.
Weather Bill Giles
Highlights of two of the day's leading matches in the FA
I This thriller, the first film of the Late Hitch season, stars
Confined to a wheelchair following an accident, magazine photographer Jeff Jeffries passes the time by watching his neighbours. One in particular catches his attention: Thorwald, a salesman he sees leaving the flat with a suitcase, and whose invalid wife has disappeared.
Director Alfred Hitchcock (1954)
(Tomorrow night: Psycho at 11.55pm)
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