With Chris Jarvis. Stereo
Feline cartoon fun as Felix uses his charm and imagination to outwit the nasty professor and his henchman Rock Bottom. Rpt
Classic puppet animation with the young special agent. With the voices of Len Jones and Rupert Davies.
Further adventures with the world's most famous kangaroo.
Today's programme features Sean Maguire, Tristan Banks (Tug in Home and Away), and Zoe Ball. Plus games including Feed the Monster and Noodle in the Haystack, and cartoon fun with Tom and Jerry and The Flintstones.
Looking after visitors to Earthbase is Lucinda Cowden , while Zarbian spacebase inhabitants are Mercator (Richard Waites), Flynn (Kate Lonergan) and Dr Kovan (Karl Collins), plus Brian the dinosaur.
Director Bob Collins ; Producer Maddy Darrall A Roach and Partners production for BBCtv
Stereo LETTERS: write to the aliens at P9 Earthbase, BBCtv, [address removed]
PHONE: competition line [number removed]: game line [number removed]. Calls cost a maximum of 20p.
Introduced by Sue Barker.
Cricket: Second Test
Third day's play in the second Cornhill Insurance Test, featuring England v South Africa, at Headingley. Touring skipper Kepler Wessels will be looking to change his team's luck at a ground where of eight previous matches the home side have won five and South
Africa only one. Commentary by Richie Benaud , Tony Lewis , Jack Bannister , Geoff Boycott , David Gower and Robinjackman.
1.00 News Subtitled
1.05,3.40 European Athletics
A look ahead to the 16th European
Championships which begin tomorrow (starting at 8.50am on BBC1) in Helsinki. The British team will be looking to top their success four years ago in Split when they won 18 medals, nine of which were gold.
Coverage of the British Touring Car Championship from Knockhill.
Commentary by Murray Walker.
From Haydock Park, featuring races at
2.00,2.30 and 3.00. Commentary by Jim McGrath , Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
5.00 News Roundup
Producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Dave Gordon
In another round of the verbal communication battle, real life husband-and-wife celebrity team Paul Coia and Debbie
Greenwood compete against each other. Paul's new partner is Sunday Express editor Eve Pollard, and Debbie teams up with Radio 2's Ken Bruce.
Hosted by Gordon Burns. Director Simon Staffurth
Executive producer GeoffKershaw A KPA/Stag production for BBCtv
Walt Disney mystery adventure starring
Ray Milland , Eddie Albert Scheming millionaire Aristotle Bolt recruits two orphans with unusual abilities to help him increase his fortune.
Director John Hough (1975)
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A series in which pets compete to win prizes for their owners. This week's contestants include Gaston the cockerel and a fish called Arthur.
Presented by Danny Baker.
Director Ian Hamilton ; Producer Mark Linsey
Australian drama starring Gary Sweet , Sonia Todd From This Day Forward Nipper is confronted by a criminal he arrested years ago and is haunted by memories.
Richard Wilson gives a unique solo performance in this episode of the comedy series, when Victor is summoned for jury service and finds himself guilty.
(Repeat) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Peter Cockroft
Action-packed thriller, starring
Arnold Schwarzenegger Kathryn Harrold
The FBI is desperate to nail evil Chicago gangster Luigi Patrovita. But only one man stands a chance of infiltrating the criminal camp.
Mark Kaminksi. ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER
Director John Irvin (1986)
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The voices are unmistakable. Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, two names that are synonymous with Hammer horror films, team up again after 21 years to narrate this two-part documentary celebrating the famous "fear factory".
Raquel Welch, who got her first big break in the Hammer production "One Million Years BC", gives a rare interview, as do many other celebrities, directors, producers, special-effects experts and composers, all of whom talk about Hammer's influence on both British and American cinema.
There is also some rarely seen footage from a US TV pilot film of Frankenstein and a 'home movie' taken at Bray Studios during the production of Dracula, Prince of Darkness, as well as clips from early Hammer films such as the production "Mystery of the Marie Celeste" with Bela Lugosi.
The wonderful theatrical trailers advertising the films get dusted off, too: "They really sum up the hype that was so much a part of Hammer," says director Ted Newsom. "For all the production value and terrific acting, they were still designed as popular entertainments."
Producer Roy Skeggs Subtitled (Concluding part next Saturday. The Curse of Frankenstein follows at 12.25am)
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To complement the Flesh and Blood documentary, the film which established Hammer as the world's greatest producer of horror movies. Starring Peter Cushing
Condemned to death for a series of murders, Baron
Frankenstein tries to convince his jailors that the crimes were committed by a creature created in his secret laboratory. Director Terence Fisher (1957) (The Curseofthe Werewolfcan be seen tomorrowat 11.15pm)
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