With Philippa Forrester.
Feline cartoon fun as Felix outwits the wicked professor and his henchman
Classic puppet animation. Young Joe
McClaine looks like a normal young boy - but he is in fact the World Intelligence Network's most special agent.
Cartoon fun with the Stone-Age family.
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Australian fantasy-comedy series.
Mr Gribble plans to build a casino on the site of a 1,000-year-old rainforest.
The sky is definitely not the limit this week when ex-astronaut Joe Allen visits the research station. Also on the show are comedian Frank Sidebottom , ace motorcyclist Eddie Kidd and actress and singer Sophie Lawrence. Meanwhile, the diabolical
Dingleberries advance their plans towards world domination.
Director Claire Winyard Producer Vanessa Hill
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A documentary featuring the cinema's most famous and best-loved canine,
Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Action from the sixth day, with sights set on the second week. The tournament reaches the half-way stage and all the favourites for the men's crown are looking for a place in the last 16. At the corresponding stage last year, Britain's Andrew Foster reached the last 16 after a third-round victory over Russian
Andrei . Olhovskiy Britain's number 1 Jeremy Bates will be hoping to equal his Wimbledon personal best of two seasons ago when he also made it through to the second week. Reigning ladies' champion Steffi Graf should be on course for her sixth title but will be pushed all the way by Aranxta Sanchez-Vicario .
4.45 World Cup Football
The latest news on the teams in action during the first eight days of the competition. Argentina, champions in 1978 and 1986, play later today as do one of this year's favourites, Holland, who face a tough test against Belgium in Orlando.
Producer Martin Hopkins
FILM comedy adventure featuring a star-studded cast, including Michael York Raquel Welch
Determined to join the Musketeers, King Louis XIII 's elite personal guard, young
D'Artagnan soon lands himself in trouble. Meanwhile powerful plots are afoot in Paris, and it is up to Athos, Porthos and Aramis to stop them - with D'Artagnan's over-eager aid.
Director Richard Lester (1973)
Milady de Winter:
Duke of Buckingham:
The celebrity teams being tested on their knowledge of rock and pop music include Roger Taylor from Queen, Pete Cunnah from D:Ream, Tobyjepson from the Little
Angels and Matthew Pateman of Bad Boys Inc. The classic archive footage is of Cat
Stevens, Bros, Led Zeppelin and the Waterboys. Presented by Chris Tarrant. Director John LSpencer Producer Jill Sinclair
This week on the energetic game show, captains Jonathan Coleman, Annabel Giles and John Leslie lead their teams in a manic race around Harrogate to perform three bizarre tasks. The team members are comedians Bobby Davro and Bradley Walsh, presenters Stuart Hall and Jenny Powell and actors Jonathon Morris and Sarah Vandenbergh, plus three members of the public who have been set up by friends.
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather John Kettley
Argentina, twice world
I champions and runners-up four years ago, continue their group D progress against Nigeria, making their first appearance in the finals, in a match coming live from Boston's Foxboro Stadium.
Argentina scraped through to the finals, beating Australia in a play-off. That was where
Maradona, who ended the final in tears after a shabby
Argentine performance in the final against Germany, reappeared in the team.
The skilful but relatively inexperienced Nigerians should not be underestimated. Most of their squad feature in European league football, with British attention focusing on Efan Ekoku who plays for Norwich City. There are also highlights of the group F games between
Belgium and Holland and Saudi Arabia against Morocco.
Introduced by Bob Wilson , with Terry Venables and Alan Hansen , commentary by John Motson and John Fashanu.
Executive producer Malcolm Kemp
Editor Brian Barwick
Stereo 88166187 AlanHansen's dream team
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Today's first-day highlights, from Birmingham, should feature Linford Christie in the men's 100m and Sally Gunnell in the women's 400m hurdles.
British hopes for success will also be aimed at the men's javelin, high jump and 400m and the women's 3,000m, as well as the 4xl00m relays. Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey , Brendan Foster and Paul Dickenson.
Producer Peter Allden
Editor Philip Bernie
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Thriller starring Judd Nelson, Robert Loggia
A serial killer is on the loose in Los Angeles, apparently choosing his victims at random from a telephone book and making them participate in their own deaths. New York cop Sam Dietz has just been made a detective and is anxious to get on the trail of the "Sunset Killer", but his world weary partner Bill Malloy has seen it all before, or so he thinks.
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