With Philippa Forrester.
With Cheryl Baker. Last in the series.
Yogi Bear cartoon adventure.
Last in the children's comedy series. With special guest Roy Castle.
Written by Rory Clark and Robert Taylor
In the last in the series guests include Take That, who will be taking your calls, actress Lesley Joseph from Birds of a Feather, and Eternal. There's a special edition of the gungy game show Run the Risk with Shane Richie and Peter Simon , and Lenny Henry gives his top five tips on how to tell jokes. Plus Trev and Simon's Video Garden, and Ratz the computer cat in the Chip Shop. Presented by Emma Forbes , Andi Peters and John Barrowman.
Editor Chris Bellinger COMPETITION LINE: [number removed] (maximum cost of call 20p), for a copy of the rules send an sae to [address removed]
Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus
Bob Wilson looks back at last weekend's FA Cup semi-finals and reflects on the midweek European club competitions. Plus a roundup of news and action from the latest matches in the race for the FA Premiership.
1.05, 2.05, 2.35, 4.00 World Snooker
The opening day of the World Championship from Sheffield.
Scotland's Stephen Hendry begins the defence of his title against Surinder Gill , 1985 champion Dennis Taylor faces Ronnie O'Sullivan , and Jimmy White takes on Billy Snaddon.
Commentary by Ted Lowe , Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton.
1.55, 2.25, 2.55, 3.25 Racing
From Newbury, featuring races at
2.00, 2.30, 3.00 and 3.30.
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
British Open championship. Featuring coverage of the men's and women's finals. Commentary by Tony Gubba.
3.35 Motor Racing
The start of the British Touring Car championship from Thruxton.
Commentary by Murray Walker.
3.55 Football Half-Times
4.40 Final Score
Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon
Desmond Lynam kicks off our summer sport guide
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Jimmy Savile makes more dreams come true for the people he calls his "fixees". Producer Roger Ordish
Adventure series featuring the classic comic strip hero.
The Ides of Metropolis. Lois Lane and Clark Kent help a computer programmer falsely accused of murder.
Tonight's special guests are
French magician Bernard Bilis and, from Samoa, Sielu and his troupe of fire dancers.
Featuring Debbie McGee. Director/Producer Geoff Miles
The Trotters go transatlantic in Oh to Be in England, the feature-length conclusion of this two-part Miami Twice story.
It was the first time Britain's favourite comedy programme had been partly filmed in the United States and there was concern that the American crew wouldn't understand their style of humour. But in fact their only problem was translating the word "plonker".
Arriving in Miami for a week's holiday. Del and Rodney's American dream soon turns into a nightmare when all their gear and spending money are stolen. But the natives are very friendly. In fact Del's face seems to open every door.
Tonight's show includes an awards ceremony to applaud
Britain's most parent-friendly places, with guest celebrities including Nanette Newman and Loyd Grossman. Plus the Dirty Nappy Award for the least friendly organisation. Call the hotline 081-752
(during the programme and for two hours afterwards) with your urgent problems or for information about tonight's programme. Presented by Esther Rantzen.
Director Stuart McDonald Editor Bryher Scudamore
With John Humphrys.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
The best of the day's action from the FA Premiership including Wimbledon v Manchester United and Southampton v Blackburn. Plus all the action from the other games. Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking. Commentary by Barry Davies and Tony Gubba.
Series producer John Shrewsbury
Editor Brian Barwick
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Further coverage of the World Championship from Sheffield.