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With Chris Jarvis. (Stereo)
A guide to birthdays and anniversaries. (Stereo)
Live action and animation starring Kate Copstick as the private detective and Jo Kendal as Aunt Maud.
Written by Roy Apps
Animation. France, 1625: will Albert foil the evil Cardinal's plans?
An invisible man terrorises Metropolis.
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In the studio this morning are Take That and "Neighbours" star Mamie Reece-Wilmore (Debbie Martin). Plus Zoe Ball reports from the Big Bash at the NEC in Birmingham, where Let Loose will be performing their new single "Seventeen", and John Barrowman looks at the new Disney blockbuster "The Lion King".
With Andi Peters and Emma Forbes, Trev Neal, Simon Hickson, Peter Simon and John Eccleston.
You can write to "Live and Kicking" at BBCtv Centre, [address removed], or telephone on [number removed](lines are open from 8.30am).
(Take That will also be appearing on "Steve Wright's People Show" at 5.30.)
Presenter ("Electric Circus"):
Presenter ("Run the Risk"):
Presenter ("Run the Risk"):
Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20,1.05 Football Focus A look forward to this week's international matches. England will be looking to keep their unbeaten record, under coach Terry Venables , intact when they face World
Cup quarter-finalists Romania at Wembley.
1.20,1.50 Cycling From Vail, Colorado. More than 900 competitors take part in the 1994 World Mountain Bike
Championships. Commentary by Hugh Porter.
1.35,2.05,2.35 Racing From Ascot, featuring races at 1.40,2.10 and 2.40. Commentary by PeterO'Sullevan, Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
2.20 Motor Racing As the Formula 1
Grand Prix season builds up to its climax, a look at the unsung heroes, the mechanics as they play their vital role supporting the drivers contendingforthe championship.
2.30, 2.50, 3.55 Rugby League Live commentary ofWiganv Australia from Central Park, Wigan (kick-off 3.00pm).
Wigan beat top Australian side Brisbane
Broncos to win the World Cup Challenge in June and the Lancashire side will be hopingfor a repeat victory overthe World Cup holders Australia this afternoon. Commentary by Ray French .
3.45 Football Half-Times
4.40 Final Score Comprehensive roundup of the day's results and reports on key games...............................63295750 Producer Martin Hopkins ; Editor Dave Gordon
Wacky entertainment show with the ebullient Radio 1 DJ. This week's celebrity guests include Take That, actor William Roache (Ken Barlow in Coronation Street), and comedians Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer.
Correction: last week we unfortunately implied that Steve Wright had left Radio 1. This is of course wrong. Steve Wright in the Morning continues as ever on Radio 1 from Monday to Friday, starting at 6.30am.
See This Week: page 16
Family couples put their skills to the test and compete for the chance to take home a host of prizes from the famous conveyor belt. With Bruce Forsyth and Rosemarie Ford.
Director Bill Morton ; Producer David Taylor
This week Anneka Rice has to get
Britain's newest TV channel, YCTV-
Youth Cable Television - on air. It's the first studio to be created as part of a nationwide initiative to keep inner-city children off the streets and allow them to make TV ratherthan just watching it. Director Ben Robinson ; Producer Valerie Ward
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Chasing the Dragon. Two homeless girls are drawn into a murky underworld. Who is the mysterious woman, Steph, and what sinister operation is she running? Incasualty, a young woman thinks she has the answers to her husband's sudden collapse but, as she discovers, life is neverthat simple. Meanwhile, staff nurse Adam Cooke has problems of his own and Ash is put on the spot when Mike Barratt takes him into his confidence.
See today's choices.
Episode written by Rob Gittins ; Producer
Corinne Hollingworth ; Director Chris Clough
Weather Suzanne Charlton
As a reward for discovering a fraud, pen-pushers Larry and Richard are invited to their playboy boss Bernie Lomax 's beach house - only to find their host murdered and themselves implicated. Theirsolution isto convince everyone Bernie is still alive - not so difficult since, even dead, he still proves to be the life of the party.
Director Ted Kotcheff (1989)
# FILM REVIEWS pages 69-74
Highlights of two of today's top matches, including Southampton v
Everton. The Merseysiders have had a poor start to the season but hope the L3 million signing of Nigerian international Daniel Amokachi will change theirfortunes. Plus a roundup of the day's other goals and major incidents in the FA Premiership.
Commentary by John Motson and Clive Tyldesley. Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking.
Series producer John Shrewsbury ; Editor
Brian Barwick Stereo
* See Alan Hansen : page 55
This week's guests on the fast-moving talk show include actor Adam West , of Batman fame, and live music from the Pretenders. Hosted by Danny Baker. See today's choices.
Producer Caroline Leddy ; Executive producer Beatrice Ballard
Gambling drama starring
Taggart, a sports reporter, decides to investigate America's most popular and compulsive addiction - gambling. But before long he becomes a victim himself and his life begins to descend into a downward spiral of dependence and despair. Can anything save him?
Director Richard Brooks (1985)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 69-74