Children's series that brings poetry to life. Today, Rik Mayall reads The Uon and Albert, Spike Milligan goes to The Ning
NangNongand children in the playground enjoy The Clapping Song. With Andi Peters , Sarah Greene and Kate O'Sullivan.
Animated adventures in 17th-century
France. Rpt Subtitled ......................
Paul creates a revolutionary new fizzy drink and sends Barry on a journey into space.
Live entertainment with music, competitions and guests, including
Jonathan Ross with news of last night's
Comic Relief events. Today sees the start of Science Week, and Zoe Ball and Carol Vorderman visit the Science Museum to preview some of the special events.
There's cartoon action with Rugrats and X-Men, the teen soap opera Clarissa Explains It All, Trev Neal and Simon Hickson go Bonkers, and the Leprechauns trytoworktheirmagic. Presented by Andi Peters and Emma Forbes.
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Introduced by Steve Rider from Twickenham.
12.20 Football Focus Gary Lineker looks ahead to today's key matches in the FA Premiership.
Live coverage of the Grand
Slam decider, the Save and Prosper International from
Twickenham (kick-off 2.45pm).
England's more adventurous play under manager Jack Rowell has produced three emphatic Five Nations victories, while
Scotland have not won at Twickenham in 12 years. But the Scots have re-written the form book this season to secure a percent record and set up a thrilling climax to the championship. Commentary by Bill McLaren and Bill Beaumont. See today's choices.
At 4.20 highlights of the Cable Tel
International between Wales and Ireland in Cardiff. Commentary by Jim Neilly and Phil Bennett.
1.15 Ski-ing Action from Bormio, Italy. As the ski-ing season draws to a close,
Italian slalom specialist Alberto Tomba is attemptingto win his first overall title in the World Cup finals. Julian Tutt reports.
4.45 Final Score Roundup of the day's results and reports.
TV presentation Rugby Union (Twickenham)
Johnnie Watherston. (Card iff) Gareth Mainwaring ...
Tonight's edition of the snooker game showfeatures Allison Fisher ,
Alan McManus and Mark Davis. With host
Jim Davidson and referee John Virgo. Producer John Burrowes
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Starring Dean Cain , Teri Hatcher The Prankster. The attentions of a secret admirer prove distressingto Lois Lane when it becomes clearthe man is building a dangerous new weapon to exact revenge on her and Metropolis.
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Noel Edmonds hosts another House Party live from Crinkley Bottom.
Special guest Leslie Grantham visits the Great House and there's the second part of the spectacular run of Derek Jameson "Gotchas". Among the regular features are the Number Cruncher, Grab-a- Grand, and NTV's invasion of another front room.
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This week's winning numbers are announced live from the Lynnsport complex in King's Lynn. With Anthea Turner and Gordon Kennedy. Producers Lesley Jones and Tony Wolfe
Not Wavingbut Drowning. A surfing beach is turned into a battleground after chemical waste is dumped into the sea. Matt is attacked, and Charlie and Basfinally clearthe air.
Episode written by Ashley Pharoah ; Producer
Corinne Hollingworth ; Director Michael Owen Morris
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft ............ Followed by National Lottery Update
Another chance to see Willy Russell 's comedy drama first shown in Screen One. Starring Claire Hackett, Con O'Neill
Everyone is hellbent on having a good time celebrating the night before the wedding of Dave and Linda. But Peter McGeegan is back for a gig and Peter was once in love with Linda.
See today's choices.
Producer Andree Molyneux ; Director Mike Ockrent
* FILM REVIEWS pages 53-60
Highlights of two of today's top games, including Blackburn Rovers vChelsea. Plus derby action featuring Wimbledon v Crystal Palace, and the day's news from the FA Premiership. Commentary by Clive Tyldesley and Tony Gubba.
With Desmond Lynam , Trevor Brooking and Gary Lineker.
Series producer John Shrewsbury ; Editor
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Comedy featuring the sharp observations of Dominic Holland, the surreal musings of Michael Redmond and the provocative Bob Mills. Hosted by Barry Cryer.
Director Mark Mylod; Producer Claudia Lloyd
Black comedy starring
Joe Piscopo , Harvey Keitel
Harry and Moe are a couple of small-time wise guys who dream of openingthe first Italian/Jewish deli in the States. They decide to bankroll the scheme by double-crossing New
York's meanest mobster. Bad idea.
Director Brian De Palma (1986) Subtitled. * FILM REVIEWS pages 53-60
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