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 ..................
Animated adventures of Albert in 17th-century France. Rpt
After trying to deflect a gigantic meteor on a collision course with earth, Superman (Dean Cain) falls back to the planet in a complete state of amnesia.
Special guests include Adam Woodyatt (Ian Beale in EastEnders) and Liz Dawn (Coronation Street's Vera Duckworth), Jonathan King with news for budding songwriters and music from EYC. In Electric Circus John Barrowman reviews video games; Trev Neal and Simon Hickson visit Don and Dougie Draper the Dry Cleaners; and there's cartoon action from Rugrats and X-Men. Presented by Andi Peters and Emma Forbes.
Editor Chris Bellinger WRITE TO: Live and Kicking at [address removed], or telephone on [number removed](lines are open from 8.30am). To take part in the competition, ring [number removed] (calls cost a maximum of 20p). For a copy of the rules, send sae to [address removed]
Presenter ("Electric Circus"):
Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus A preview of today's top matches in the FA
Premiership and key games in the second round of the FA Cup.
1.00, 1.30,2.00 Racing From
Chepstow, featuring races at 1.05, 1.35, and 2.05. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson , Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
1.15 Ski-ing From Vald'lsere. Featuring action from the first World Cup men's downhill of the season. Commentary by David Vine. A new series of Ski Sunday starts tomorrow at 4.30pm on BBC2.
1.45 Triathlon World Championshipfrom Wellington, New Zealand. Reportsfrom Ken Maclaren and Robin Brew.
2.15 Rugby Union
Live coverage of the whole of the Scottish Amicable international featuring Barbarians v
South Africa, from Lansdowne Road,
Dublin, as the South Africans round off their tour of Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Kick off 2.30pm. Commentary by Bill McLaren and Bill Beaumont.
4.00 Rugby League Live coverage of the second half of one ofthis afternoon's key matches in the Regal Trophy second round. Commentary by Ray French and Joe Lyddon .
4.40 Final Score Results roundup. Producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Dave Gordon ............................
Subtitied (news) .................................
Is There Honey Still for Tea? Private
Godfrey's cottage is condemned to be bulldozed because a new airstrip is to be built on the site.
Written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft ; Producer
David Croft Rpt Stereo Subtitled ..............25
Chief Warden Hodges:
Family fun as couples from all over the country compete in a succession of challenging games to win prizes and take theirchances with the conveyor belt and its host of goodies. With Bruce Forsyth and Rosemarie Ford.
Director Bill Morton ; Producer David Taylor
Noel Edmonds hosts another live House Party from Crinkley Bottom. The special guest this week is Honor Blackman. There's the chance to Grab a Grand, Number Cruncher may turn up in your home town, another cheeky child will tell all in Wait Till I Get You Home, and NTV invades another front room. Plus another celebrity gets a surprising Gotcha.
Producer Jonathan Beazley ; Executive producer Michael Leggo
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Week three's lucky winning numbers in the nation's lottery are announced live from Blackpool's Tower Circus.
Presented by Gordon Kennedy and Anthea Turner.
Producers Lesley Jones and Tony Wolfe
HRH the Prince of Wales attends a glittering evening of entertainment at the Dominion Theatre, London, in aid of the Entertainment Artists Benevolent Fund. In order of appearance, artists taking part include: Gloria Hunniford , the Grenadier Guards, Trumpeters of the Life Guards, Brian Conley , Ria Jones , Ronnie Corbett , the Passing Zone, Billy Pearce , Jonathan Pryce Sally Dexter and members of the Oliver! company, Shirley Bassey , Gary Wilmot , Jim Tavare and Gareth Rowan , Angela Gheorghiu , Darcey Bussell and Zoltan Solymosi from the Royal Ballet, Tony Bennett and the Ralph Sharon Trio , Terry Wogan , Michael Flatley , Jean Butler and Riverdance, Frank Skinner , Take That, Michael Reed Orchestra with the Royal Variety Dancers, Laine Theatre Arts Students, Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts Choir. Part 2 is at 9.45pm.
See today's choices.
Director/Producer Kevin Bishop
* See This Week: page 9
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish ..............
An update on tonight's winning numbers with Anthea Turner and Gordon Kennedy.
Continuingthe entertainment from the Dominion Theatre, London, in the presence of HRH the Prince of Wales.
Highlights of the top matches in today's FA Premiership programme, which includes Newcastle United's visit to Tottenham Hotspur. The two clubs have had differing fortunes this season, Tottenham havingsacked manager Ossie Ardiles last month and Newcastle settingthe pace for most of the season. Plus the best action from this afternoon's FA Cup second-round games, the live drawforthe third round - the stage which sees the entrance of the clubs from the Premiership and Division One - and the result of November's Goal of the Month competition. Commentary by John Motson and Clive Tyldesley.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam. Series producer John Shrewsbury ; Editor
Brian Barwick Repeated tomorrow at 7.00am.
Fast-movingtalk show with this week's guests Roy "Chubby" Brown and John Noakes. Last in the series.
Producer Caroline Leddy ; Executive producer
Sci-fi thriller starring
When brilliant scientist Professor Paul
Steiner's controversial experiments with the projection of matter reach a crucial stage, he uses himself as a guinea pig - with disastrous side effects.
Director Ian Curteis (1967) ...................... * FILM REVIEWS pages 77-84
Dr Pat Hill:
Prof Paul Steiner: