Presented by Nicholas Witchell and Sally Magnusson.
(Timetable on Monday)
Further coverage from Victoria,
Canada. Today's highlights include the men's and women's apparatus finals in gymnastics. Plus action from the bowls competition. Commentary is provided by David Rhys Jones and Jimmy Davidson. Introduced by Steve Rider and Sue Barker.
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American 1980s drama series starring Stephanie Zimbalist , Pierce Brosnan Steeling the Show. Remington and Laura become entangled with an ageing, eccentric B-movie queen who is convinced that someone is out to kill her.
Today's journey around the United
Kingdom reaches the seaside resort of Morecambe in Lancashire. Includes a look at the cuisine of the region.
(Details at 5.35pm) Stereo
The second day of the finals in the European quiz.
Dean Martin. Jerry Lewis
The New York misadventures of Rick Todd , aspiring artist, and his zany sidekick, Eugene Fullstack , would-be writer of children's stories.
Director Frank Tashlin (1955)
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With Toby Anstis and Ratz. Stereo
Last of a 13-part live action comedy drama series. Has a spy arrived on the island? With Clinton Voss.
Doug's truck drivingjob is fraught with danger. Lauren's religious devotion threatens her job and family life as Ruth and Jacob persist in preaching to the customers. Debbie discovers more about what
Craig is really like.
With Anna Ford and Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
Coverage of day five's events from Victoria, Canada.
England's Linford Christie takes centre stage as he bids for a place in the 100-metres final and the chance to retain his title. Live coverage of the semi-finals start at 7.30.
There is also action from the women's 1 00-metres semi-finals which should see
Katherine Merry running for England. and the defending 800-metres champion Diane Modahl in the quarter-fina Is of her event.
Love is in the air at the Jacksons. while Nellie's in the dumps at the Fowlers. Sanjay finds his mates aren't quite what they seem following a heated discussion in the Queen Vic. Phil receives a visitor with a proposition - but will the offer prove acceptable to him? (Forcasr see Monday)
Wales will hope that
Colin Jackson picks up the gold medal in the 1 1 0-metres hurdles final in Victoria this evening. He is a strong favourite to retain his Commonwealth title, a task made easier when Canada's
Olympic champion Mark McKoy surprisingly switched his allegiance to Austria and competed in the recent
European Championships. The race is due to start at8.55.
The programme, introduced by Desmond Lynam , also looks back at the 1 00-metres semi-finals and the heats of the men's and women's 800 metres.
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Weather Michael Fish
Abusyeveningin Victoria continues with the 100-metres final taking centre stage.
Linford Christie will be aiming to add to his personal collection of gold medals by retaining the
Commonwealth title he won in Auckland four years ago. The final starts at 10.25.
But the lOOmetresisjustone of nine medals at stake in the athletics arena. In the women's
3,000 metres, at 11.45,
Scotland's Yvonne Murray will be bidding to go one better than the second place and silver medal she won in Auckland.
There are also the finals of both men's and women's metres, the women's metres. the men's 3,000-metres steeplechase and the women's discus. In addition there will be another chance to see the men's 110-metres hurdles final, run earlier this evening.
Meanwhile in the swimming heats, England's Mark Foster lines up in the men's 50-metres freestyle as he attempts to add Commonwealth gold to his
World short-course title. Martin Harris
, another English medal hope, is in the men's 100-metres backstroke heats.
The programme includes a roundup of other action. including medals being decided in both shooting and weightlifting.
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