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Days of Future Past (part 1)
Cartoon action. Part 2 tomorrow at
9.25amonBBC2. Rpt Stereo .......
Today's edition features music from Boyzone, Deuce and Tina Arena , plus
Michaela Strachan and the Moscow State
Circus. Presented by Zoe Ball and Grant Stott , with Paul Brophy.
Series producer Liz Scott ; Executive producer
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Live coverage from Gothenburg of the opening events in the championships. Defending champion Linford Christie is in the first round of the men's 100 metres, with heats due to start at 10.45am. Roger Black is aimingfora place in tomorrow's metres second round, while British triple jumper Jonathan Edwards hopes to reach Monday's final. See today's choices.
* See This Week: page 9
A story of everyday teenage life in a lively
California town. Stereo .................
Introduced by Sue Barker in London and Desmond Lynam in Gothenburg.
1 1.45, 1.55, 2.40, 3.40, 4.10 World Athletics Championships Coverage of day one from Gothenburg. Linford Christie is expected to be in the second round of the men's 100 metres. In the morning there are heats in the men's and women's
400 metres and the women's 100 metres hurdles. This afternoon's key events include at 2. 1 the start of the women's marathon, at 2.45 the men's 100 metres second round, at 3.00 women's long jump qualifying, at 3.15 the men's metres first round, and at 4.25 the women's shot put final. Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey ,
Paul Dickenson and Brendan Foster. Coverage continues at 5.15 on BBC2.
1.05 Cricket Focus
1.25 Motor Sport British Touring Car Championship, featuring action from rounds 16 and 17 at Knockhill in Fife.
Commentary by Murray Walker.
2.25,3.25,3.55 Racing From Haydock, featuring races at 2.30, 3.30 and 4.00. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
Producer Martin Hopkins ; Editor Dave Gordon
Bob's Your Uncle. Tony Robinson presents a programme which looks at the work of animation director Bob Clampett
, featuring clips from Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd and Daffy Duck. Producer Nick Freand Jones
Thriller starring Lorraine Gary, Lance Guest, Mario Van Peebles
The fears of widow Ellen Brody of another shark attack resurface when her younger son is suddenly killed. Believing the entire family is threatened, she flies to the Bahamas to warn her marine biologist son Michael of the danger.
Director Joseph Sargent (1987)
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The series where pets compete to win prizes for themselves or their owners.
This week's show features eels, mules, iguanas, dogs and worms. Plus, viewers' videos oftheirfunniest pet moment. Presented by Dale Winton , assisted by Terry Nutkins.
Director Bob Cousins ; Producer Mark Linsey
VIDEO: send a video of your pet to Pets Win Prizes. BBCtv. 252 WestemAvenue. London W3 6XJ. All video tapes will be returned.
Anthea Turner presides over this week's draw, and Krishnan Guru-Murthy meets more winners.
Producer Richard Woolfe Stereo...........
Another selected episode from the drama series set in the A and E department of Holby City Hospital.
Mike returns late from his ski-ing holiday to discover a confused and hurt Rachel wondering why he disappeared after their romantic Christmas together.
Meanwhile Ash, with his trial looming, confides his fears to Charlie.
Episode written by Keith Temple
Weather Rob McElwee .............
Followed by National Lottery Update
Bob Monkhouse faces his audience in a uniquely frank and comic question-and-answer session. Director Ian Hamilton ; Producer Alan Nixon
True-life drama of endurance and survival starring Robert Conrad
Divorced Eddie Barton is sailing home with his three children when a violent storm strands them on an uninhabited
Alaskan island. The already troubled family now has to face up to a new and terrifying ordeal.
Matthew LeBlanc stars in the comedy Friends on Channel 4.
Director Zale Dalen (1990)
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Romantic drama starring
Mary Stuart Masterson
Keith Nelson is an outsider at his small-town high school: he likes art, works at a gas station and his best friend is a tomboy. However, things are about to change as Keith embarks on a campaign to land Miss Right.
Director Howard Deutch (1987)
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