Classic canine adventure. Stereo.
Animation. With Chris Jarvis. (Stereo)
A guide to birthdays and anniversaries, Stereo ............
A mix of live action and animation starring Kate Copstick as the private detective.
Written by Roy Apps Stereo .................. ♦ See Children: page 61
Animated adventures of Albert in 17th-century France. Rpt
Clark (Dean Cain ) takes Lois (Teri Hatcher ) to Smallville to meet his folks. There they discover a strange green crystal.
Special guests this morning include pop starStingand Natalie Imbruglia , Beth from Neighbours. Electric Circus with John Barrowman looks at American-style interactive TV. Plus cartoon fun with Rugrats and the X-Men, Run the Risk with Peter Simon and John Eccleston , and another bizarre trip into the Footurwith Trev Neal and Simon Hickson. Presented by Andi Peters and Emma Forbes.
Editor Chris Bellinger ♦ See Children: page 60
Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus
A look ahead to this afternoon's matches in the FA Premiership and a review of the week's action in the European club competitions, including Aston Villa's Uefa Cup second round tie against Turkish side Trabzonspor.
From Chepstow, featuring races at 1.00, 1.30 and 2.00. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan, Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore. Plus a report from Julian Wilson on this year's Melbourne Cup.
1.10 Motor Racing
A report by Murray Walker from the final practice session for tomorrow's Japanese Grand Prix from Suzuka, which can be seen at 3.45 am on Sunday on BBC2. For details see today's choices and page 80.
1.20, 2.50, 3.55 Rugby League
Live coverage of the whole match from Old Trafford, Manchester, of the second Test between Great Britain and Australia. Kick off at 3.00 pm.
Great Britain lead the three-match series after an 8-4 victory over the world champions in the first Test, despite Captain Shaun Edwards' first-half dismissal. Edwards misses this match through suspension. Commentary by Ray French, Joe Lydon and Steve Simms.
1.45, 2.10 Netball
England v South Africa in the international Test series match from Wembley. Action from the second of the five-Test series. Commentary by Hazel Irvine and Sue Campbell.
3.45 Football Half-times
4.40 Final Score
Roundup of the day's results and reports
Producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Dave Gordon
The entertainment show with the ebullient Radio 1 DJ ends its present run tonight with guests including socialite Ivana Trump, Take That's favourite singer Lulu, down under soap-star turned pop performer Kylie Minogue, outrageous Liverpudlian comedian Lily Savage and Ian Kelsey, who plays David Glover in Emmerdale.
Family couples put their skills to the test and compete for the chance to take home a host of prizesfrom the famous conveyor belt. With Bruce Forsyth and Rosemarie Ford.
Director Bill Morton : Producer David Tayior
Noel Edmonds hosts another live House Party from Crinkley Bottom and around the country on bonfire night.
Special guests are Little and Large, and opera singer Lesley Garrett receives a Gotcha. Plus Number Cruncher and NTV invades another home.
GRAB-A-GRAND COMPETITION: ring with your answer on 0[number removed]/2/3/4 (calls cost 39p per minute)
In the Black. Mike and Josh face a tough bonfire night shift when Mike is called to the rescue after Josh is trapped underground with an injured miner. Eddie loses her patience with a hysterical young girl brought in for biting a security guard's hand, and Ash's world is set to collapse when unexpected callers pay him a visit.
Episode written by Peter Bowker ; Producer
Corinne Hollingworth ; Director David Innes Edwards
Whitney Christine Warbin:
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles .....................
Crime drama starring
Kevin Costner , Sean Connery
Andy Garcia , Robert De Niro
They were a tough team of investigators, lead by determined young Federal Agent Eliot Ness , who would risk their lives to stop gangster Al Ca pone's violent reign of terror in Prohibition Chicago. They were "The
Untouchables". Based on a screenplay by David Mamet. Sean Connery won a Best Supporting Actor Academy Award for his role as Irish cop Jim Malone.
Director Brian De Palma (1987)
Brian De Palma 's film Carrie can be seen on Monday and Robert De Niro stars in We're No Angels on Friday BBC
♦ See Barry Norman : page 66
Highlights of two of today's top FA Premiership matches, including Liverpool v Nottingham Forest at
Anfield. Forest, promoted last season, have made a tremendous start to the season, but so have Liverpool who are enjoying a return to winning ways under manager Roy Evans. Plus a roundup of the day's other goals and major incidents, and the result of the October Goal of the Month. Commentary by Barry Davies 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 57
Fast-moving talk show with this week's special guest Michael Aspel and singer Donna Summer. Hosted by Danny Baker. Producer Caroline Leddy ; Executive producer Beatrice Ballard
Action drama starring
Former private detective
Harry Kilmer is summoned urgently to
Japan by a wealthy shipping magnate and discovers that the man's daughter is being held hostage by the Yakuza - the Japanese "Mafia". Kilmerand a former member of the Yakuza decide to take on the organisation themselves - a task which proves both dangerous and bloody. Director
Sydney Pollack (1975) * FILM REVIEWS pages 69-76