With Chris Jarvis. Stereo Feline cartoon fun as Felix bids to outwit the nasty professor and his henchman.
Classic puppet animation with special agent Joe McClaine...2095478
Further adventures with the world's most famous kangaroo. Stereo ...........................
Cartoon. In Megakat City, two masked daredevils take to the skies in their TurboKat jet.
This week, rap duo PJ and Duncan from Byker Grove play their hit single live, and Bad Boys Inc find out who has won the competition to cook for them on the show. Guests include former Blue Peter presenter Mark Curry, who is about to join Record Breakers, and Hunter from Gladiators. Plus the Calypso Twins create more culinary delights. (Stereo)
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Narrator Orson Welles takes a look at the world of everyone's favourite rabbit in this compilation of clips from Warner Bros cartoons.
Director Larry Jackson (1975) * FILM REVIEWS pages 51-56
Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus A look back at the midweek friendly international between England and the US at Wembley and at how Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland fared in their opening qualification games of the 1996 European Championship. Plus a preview of the third weekend of Premiership matches. With Bob Wilson.
1.05 Motor Racing Newsof thefmal practice fortomorrow's Italian Grand Prix.
1.15,2.50,3.25,4.05 Athletics World Cup action from Crystal Palace, on the second day of this three-day event. Highlights include the women's metres and the men's 400 metres. Commentary by David Coleman ,
Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson and Brendan Foster.
1.30 Swimming World Championships from Rome. Commentary by Hamilton Bland and Andy Jameson.
1.50,2.25 Yachting Concludingthe four-round Ultra 30 series. Commentary by Phil Jones and Helen Rollason.
2.10,2.40,3.15,3.55 Racing From
Goodwood, featuring races at 2.15,2.45 and 3.20, and at 4.00 the Champion
Stakes from Leopardstown. Commentary by PeterO'Sullevan, Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
4.45 Final Score A round-up of the day's results and reports on key games. Producer Martin Hopkins ; Editor Dave Gordon
Action drama starring
Tommy Lee Jones
The US Drug Enforcement Agency is on the offensive against the Latin
American drug cartels. The American army's new anti-drug weapon, the Apache helicopter, is flown by an elite force of pilots and the most daring of these is Jake Preston. But he still has a lot to learn, as his instructor Brad Little and ex-girlfriend Billie Lee Guthrie soon prove. All too soon Jake will need all his skill and cunning in a flyingfight to the death with an enemy air ace.
Director David Green (1990)
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Bruce Forsyth and Rosemarie Ford return for the fifth, and apparently last ever, series of the Generation Game. As always details of the actual games are kept secret right up until the recording of the show, but producer
David Taylor promises that there will be old favourites, such as variations of the "potters wheel game", as well as new ones. And of course there will be dances - from Samoan to the can-can - and plays in which the contestants must show their acting ability.
A host of celebrity guests are lined up for future shows, including Rolf Harris, Frank Carson and June Whitfield, as well as two sporting giants who have to keep their modesty intact while assisting in a bed-making exercise.
The programme plays its part in the BBC's French Challenge initiative when Mireille Johnston flies in to demonstrate la cuisine francaise.
Anneka Rice sets out to "make the impossible possible" with the aid of enthusiastic and energetic volunteers. The town of Burnham-on-Sea has a Marine Rescue boat on standby but because there is no boat house on the shore the boat is stored miles inland in the Somerset countryside. Anneka's challenge this week is to build a new lifeboat station, but she only has 72 hours to complete the job. Will she sail through the task before her or be left high and dry?
Director Ben Robinson ; ProducerValerieWard
Weather Richard Edgar
The first 100 years of Promenade Concerts are brought to a rousing conclusion in the second half of tonight's live concert. Joining in the music-making and festivities are two of Britain's most brilliant young artists, percussionist Evelyn Glennie , soloist in Paul Creston 's Marimba Concertino, and Welsh baritone Bryn Terfel.
Popularworks by Kabalevsky,
Massenet and Grainger- all premiered at the Proms - are performed before the evening comes to its traditional grand climax, including - as ever-
Henry Wood 's own Fantasia on British Sea-Songs.
See today's choices.
SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio3
# Evelyn Glennie talks about her Kind of Day on page
As this concert Is live, subsequent programmes may run late
Highlights of two of today's top matches in the FA Premiership, including the game between
Nottingham Forest and Sheffield Wednesday from the City Ground.
Plus key moments from other fixtures and a round-up of the day's goals. Commentary by Barry Davies and Tony Gubba.
Producer Vivien Kent ; Editor Brian Barwick
A series of strange murders intrigue unconventional crime reporterTom Stewart, who is soon caught up in a dangerous conspiracy which could result in him being the next victim.
Director Mark Joffe (1987)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 51-56
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