Classic canine adventure............
With Chris Jarvis.
A guide to birthdays and anniversaries with Mr Barkerthe date detective. Stereo ..........................
A mix of live action and animation starring Kate Copstick as the private detective and Jo Kendall as Aunt Maud.
Written by Roy Apps
Animated adventures of Albert in 17th-century France as he tries to prevent Cardinal Richelieu and Milady from taking over the country. (Rpt)
Lois and Clark infiltrate a criminal gang whom they suspect ofstartingfires throughout Metropolis.
Special guests this morning include Rozalla performing live in the studio.
DrAric Sigman has advice on coping with growing up, and pop group Let Loose experience a free fall parachute jump.
Plus cartoon fun with Rugrats, adventure with the X-Men, Video Goldmine with Trev and Simon and Run the Risk with Peter Simon and John Eccieston. With Andi Peters and Emma Forbes.
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Introduced by Steve Riderfrom Wembley.
12.20 Football Focus A look back at the week's European competitions including English involvement in the Uefa Cup, and a preview of today's top matches in the FA Premiership.
1.05,2.00,2.30 Rugby League
Live coverage from Wembley of the First Test, featuring Great
Britain v Australia in the first of the three-Test series. Kick-off is at
2.45pm. Britain will be looking to reverse the outcome of the 1992 World Cup when Australia were the victors. Commentary by Ray French , Joe Lydon and Steve Simms. See today's choices.
1.15,1.45,2.15 Racing From Newbury, featuring races at 1.20, 1.50 and 2.20. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
1.30 Snooker Early coverage of the second semi-final of the Grand Prix from the Assembly Rooms, Derby, with the first playerto win nine frames goingthrough to the final. Commentary by Ted Lowe , Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton . Coverage continues at 4.30pm on BBC2.
4.40 Final Score Roundup of the day's results and reports on key games. Television presentation (rugby league)
The entertainment show presented by the ebullient Radio 1 DJ. This week's celebrity guests include Sandie Shaw , Neighbours star Guy Pearce and a dog with amazing powers.
Director/Producer Julia Knowles
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
Noel Edmonds returns with the biggest live party on television. His special guest is
Roger Moore , and cricketer
Allan Lamb receives a fantastic Gotcha.
See today's choices.
Producer Jonathan Beazley ; Executive producer
Michael Leggo # A guide to Noel's house. See feature: page 36.
Negative Equity. A long-standing feud suddenly explodes into violence, forcing a young man to make decisions about his future. Eddie is reluctant to break some bad news. Adam makes a breakthrough in his relationship with his ex-wife, and Mike and Rachel make a pleasant discovery about each other.
Episode written by Andrew Holden ; Producer Corinne Hollingworth ; Director Geoff Feld
# Medical drama is thriving. See feature: page 45.
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Ian McCaskill .............
Emotional drama starring
A shark among New York lawyers,
Henry Turner is a hard-hearted and predatory workaholic, always on the move. Then he walks into an armed hold-up and everythingchanges. He survives the physical and mental traumas of being shot, but he must painfully relearn how to work his body and then face a wife, daughter and life he no longer remembers. During the course of his unpredictable recuperation, Henry'sfamily begin to realise that things will never be the same - which may not be a bad thing.
Director Mike Nichols 's other movies include Wolf, The Graduate, Catch-22 and Working Girl.
(1991) Stereo Subtitled ............. * See Barry Norman : page 70
Highlights of two of today's top FA Premiership matches, including
Manchester City vTottenham Hotspur. JCirgen Klinsmann and his colleagues boast one of the best away records in the League and should put City's equally impressive home form to the test. Plus a roundup of the day's other goals, news and analysis from the Premiership programme. Commentary by John Motson and Tony Gubba.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking. Series producer John Shrewsbury ; Editor
Brian Barwick Stereo
* See Alan Hansen : page 63
This week's guests on the fast-moving talk show include Naked Gun star
Leslie Nielsen , and blockbuster novelist Jackie Collins. Plus live music from Sinead O'Connor.
Producer Caroline Leddy ; Executive producer
Bob Dylan , Fiona Flanagan
Rising singer Molly McGuire is taken up by reclusive rock legend Billy Parker. Togetherthey travel to England, where they meet current sensation James Colt. Here, Molly learns the price that rock'n'roll can extract.
Director Richard Marquand (1987)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 75-79