Observation quiz for younger children. With Chris Jarvis.
Animated adventures of Albert in 17th-century France. Rpt
Buying a pint of milk isn't very hard - unless you happen to be a Chuckle brother. (Stereo)
Five terrorists storm the Daily Planet building and hold staff hostage while searchingfor a gangster's secret vault. With Dean Cain and Teri Hatcher.
Guests this morning include Casualty stars Patrick Robinson (Ash) and Jane Gurnett (Rachel) who will be takingyour calls. Noel Edmonds invites Live and Kicking to Crinkley Bottom forthe morning. The winner of the Star Trek trip to Hollywood will be announced, John Barrowman goes seal watching in Norfolk, Trev Neal and Simon Hickson open up the dry cleaners for business, Clarissa Explains It All in another episode of the teen drama, and there's cartoon action with Rugrats and X-Men. Presented by Andi Peters and Emma Forbes.
Editor Chris Bellinger
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus A preview of one of the exciting days in the football calendar, the FA Cup third round, with FA Premiership and First Division clubs joiningsurvivors from previous rounds.
12.55,1.20,1.55 Racing From Haydock Park, featuring races at 1.00, 1.30 and
2.00. Commentary by PeterO'Sullevan, Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
1.40 Ski-ing Men's downhill championship from Crans Montana, Switzerland. Competition will have an extra edge as skiers prepare forthe World Championships, held in Spain at the end of the month. Commentary by David Vine.
2.10 Darts World Championships from Frimley Green. Featuring action from the first semi-final. Commentary by Tony Green. Continues at 5.00pm on BBC2.
2.55,3.55 Rugby League Live coverage from one of this afternoon's top matches in the Regal Trophy quarter-finals. Last year's final produced one of the shock results of the season as outsiders
Castleford beat Wigan 33-2 at
Headlingley. Both these sides were among the favourites to win this season's competition. Commentary by Ray French .
3.45 Football Half-Times
4.40 Final Score Roundup of the day's results and reports. Producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Dave Gordon ............................
Tonight's edition of the snooker game show features Willie Thorne , Surinder Gill and Paul Davies. With host Jim Davidson and referee John Virgo.
Director Charles Garland ; Producer John Burrowes
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The Phantom Train of Doom (part 1). November 1916: assigned to fight in Africa, Indiana Jones accidentally ends up with a bizarre regiment of misfits.
Their mission is to seek out and destroy some German heavy artillery.
With RONALD FRASER , FREDDIE JONES.
Young Indiana Jones SEAN:
Noel Edmonds hosts the first House Party of 1995, live from Crinkley Bottom, with special guest Christopher Cazenove. Athletics star John Regis is on the receivingend of a "Gotcha", there's the chance to Grab-a-Grand, Number Cruncher may turn up in your home town, and NTV invades another front room.
Producer Jonathan Beazley ; Executive producer Michael Leggo
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This week's lucky winning numbers are announced live from Portsmouth.
Presented by Anthea Turner and Gordon Kennedy.
Producers Lesley Jones and Tony Wolfe
Science-fiction adventure starring
The original crew of the Enterprise is given one final mission, to oversee the integration of the Klingons, who claim they want peace, into the Intergalactic Federation. Initial hostility between the old adversaries is worsened by attacks against the Klingons from an unknown enemy within the Enterprise, and Kirk finds himself standing trial for murder. Martia IMAN
Director Nicholas Meyer (1991)
♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 39-44
Captain James T Kirk:
Dr Leonard Bones McCoy:
Montgomery Scotty Scott:
Excelsior Communications Officer:
Admiral Cart wright:
Chief in Command:
Highlights from the third round of the FA Cup, as clubs from the FA Premiership and First
Division join survivors who have battled through the previous rounds. Non-league teams are well represented, with the likes of Altrincham, Aylesbury, Enfield and Marlow pitched in against the big boys. Action from three of today's top matches, plus goals and key moments from the best of the other games.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking. See today's choices.
Series producer John Shrewsbury ; Editor
Brian Barwick Repeated tomorrow at 7.30am
Live coverage of Newcastle United v Blackburn
Rovers, and the draw for the FA Cup fourth round can be seen tomorrow at 2.50pm
* See Alan Hansen : page 33
Second World War drama starring
Sam Peckinpah 's uncompromising picture of waron the Eastern Front in 1943. The German army is engaged in a bloody and doomed struggle against the Russian enemy. Two very different men are brought together in the fray: Steiner, a cynical sergeant short on discipline but long on medals, his hands sullied by the dirty job of fighting, and Captain Stransky, obsessed with defunct values of glory, determined to win the Iron Cross, whateverthe cost.
(1977) * FILM REVIEWS pages 39-44