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Live entertainment with celebrities and competitions. Guests include Coronation Street's Chloe Newsome and Angela Griffin, Grange Hill 's Martino Lazzeri and world snooker champion Stephen Hendry. Plus music from Sheryl Crow and Incognito. With Zoe Ball and Grant Stott.
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A story of everyday teenage life in a lively
Animated adventure set against live action backgrounds.
Little Dot and herfriend Nelson the dolphin find a whale stranded on a beach.
Director Yoram Gross (1985) ♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 53-62
Everton v Manchester United
Live coverage of the I 14th FA
Cup final, the showpiece event in the domestic footballing calendar, introduced from Wembley Stadium by Desmond Lynam. See today's choices.
12.20 Team News From the team hotels.
12.35 Cup Final Build-Up A look back at key moments on the road to Wembley.
1.05 Greatest Cup Final Goal Your chance to vote by telephone.
1.15 Cup Final Build-Up The teams arrive. Plus embarrassing moments from previousfinals and a guide to face painting.
2.20 Meet the Teams
2.35 Pre-match Build-Up Including the traditional singing of Abide with Me.
3.00 FA Cup Final The whole match live with commentary by Barry Davies and Trevor Brooking , analysis from
Alan Hansen , Jimmy Hill and Gary Lineker. At half-time, the result of the Greatest
Cup Final Goal vote, and a first look at the Goal of the Season competition.
If this match ends in a draw the replay will be shown live on Thursday at 7.20pm. TV presentation (Cup final) John Shrewsbury Editor Dave Gordon
3.00-5.40pm..... ♦ John Peel: page 10
♦ Final Analysis: page 24
If the FA Cup final runs to extra time follow the alternative schedule on page 66
Second of a six-part comedy drama set in the world of professional wrestling, starring
Lesley Joseph , Brian Glover
Real American Wrestling is under threat from a VAT inspection. See today's choices.
Written and directed by Tim O'Mara
Producer Brian True-May
Last in the snooker game-show series features Steve Davis, John Parrott and John Higgins. With host Jim Davidson and referee John Virgo. Producer John Burrowes
The Phoenix. Clark finally asks Lois for a real date, unaware that Lex Luthoris back from the dead.
Nigel St John:
Simon Mayo introduces the series in which he extracts confessions from an unsuspecting studio audience.
This week's winning numbers are announced live from theopen-airSun Court Theatre, Scarborough. With
Gordon Kennedy , Anthea Turner and Krishnan Guru-Murthy .
Producer Richard Woolfe
An action adventure series, starring Craig McLachlan , Jaye Griffiths Jesse Birdsall
Manna from Heaven. A new wonder food is about to take the world by storm. The Bugs team has to protect the product from sabotage by a rival.
Written by Gregory Evans
Producer Brian Eastman: Director Brian Famham
Drama series set in an American hospital, starring Mandy Patinkin Adam Arkin , Hector Elizondo
Genevieve and Fat Boy. There is a tragic twist in Aaron Shutt 's budding romance with Karen Antonovich.
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft. ....
First of two selections of comedy highlights from the duo's first series including some very small jockeys, advice on wine buying, some alternative uses for airbags, and the boys' own version of "Baywatch".
FA Cup Final
Highlights of today's Wembley final between Everton and Manchester
United. Plus a chance to enterthe Goal of the Season competition. Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen. Series producer John Shrewsbury ; Editor
Black comedy starring
Rod Steiger , Lee Remick
A strangler is on the loose in New York. The victims are always middle-aged women and the killer always attacks in a different disguise.
DirectorJackSmight(1968) ♦ See Barry Norman : page 50 ♦ FILM REVIEWS pages 53-62