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Live entertainment with cartoons, celebrities, music and competitions.
Today's guests include Blue Peter 'sTim
Vincent, and Kriss Akabusi checks out top basketball team London Towers. Plus cartoons with Casper and Mighty Max. With Zoe Ball and Grant Stott.
Series producer Liz Scott ; Executive producer
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A story of everyday teenage life in a lively
California town. Stereo .................
Introduced by Steve Rider in London and Desmond Lynam in Gothenburg.
10.50 Cricket: Fifth Test Coverage from Trent Bridge of the third day in the fifth Cornhill Test between England and the West Indies, with the series finely balanced at 2-2. Last time the sides met at this venue, Curtly Ambrose destroyed England with an eight wicket haul. Coverage continues at 1.40pm on BBC2.
1.00, 1.25, 2.10, 2.40, 3.40 World
Athletics Championships Action from
Gothenburg on the penultimate day of the championships, with seven gold medals at stake. In the men's marathon, Mexican Dionicio Ceron , winner of the London
Marathon, is favourite, while former World Cup champion Richard Nerurkar runs for Britain. The sprint relays also get under way, with Linford Christie in action. This afternoon's key events include at 1.00 the start of the men's marathon, at 4.00 the women'sdiscus final, at4.05the men's 4 x 100 metres first fround, at 4.40 the men's longjump final, and at 4.45 the women's4x 100 metres first round.
Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson and Brendan Foster. Coverage continues at 5.1 Opm on BBC 1, after the news.
1.20 Motor Racing A report on final practice fortomorrow's Hungarian Grand Prix. Commentary by Murray Walker. Live coverage can be seen on Sunday from 12.40pm on BBC 1.
1.55,2.25,3.25 Racing From Newbury, featuring races at 2.00, 2.30 and 3.30. Commentary by Jim McGrath , Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
4.50 Football All today's results at the start of the English and Scottish Football Leagues.
Producer Martin Hopkins ; Editor Dave Gordon
Tony Jarrett carries Britain's hopes in the men's 1 10 metres hurdles in the absence of the injured Colin Jackson , the 1993 world champion and current world record holder. Jarrett took the silver medal behind Jackson two years ago in Stuttgart and this time is hoping to go one better. But he faces a tough American challenge from World Indoor champion Allen Johnson and former Olympic champion Roger Kingdom.
This evening's key events include at
5.20 the men's 1 10 metres hurdles semi-finals, at 5. 50 the women's
5,000 metres final, at 6.20 the men's 4 x 100 metres semi-finals, at 6.40 the women's 4 x 100 metres semi-finals, and at 7.05 the men's 1 10 metres hurdles final. Coverage continues at
Executive producer Martin Webster ; Editors
Brian Barwick. Dave Gordon Stereo.....
The series where pets compete to win prizes for themselves or their owners.
This week's show features guinea pigs, dogs and a game called 'roach roadsters'. Presented by Dale Winton, assisted by Terry Nutkins, with vet Mary Nicoll.
VIDEO: send a tape of your pet to Pets Win Prizes, BBCtv, [address removed] All video tapes will be returned.
Anthea Turner presents this week's draw and "the voice of the balls", Alan Dedicoat , gives his guide to the form.
Producer Richard Woolfe Stereo
Another selected episode from the drama series set in the A and E department of Holby City Hospital.
It's Ash's first day back after his reinstatement and the shift makes him confront some unsettling emotions, while Mike's plans for the future surprise Rachel.
Episode written by David Joss Buckley ; Producer Corinne Hollingworth ; Director Chris Lovett
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With Michael Buerk.
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Bob Monkhouse faces hisaudience in a uniquely frank and comic question-and-answer session. Director Ian Hamilton ; Producer Alan Nixon
Comedy drama starring
Susan Sarandon , Tim Robbins
For Annie Savoy , baseball is a religion to which she devotes herself body and soul. Each season she selects a promising Durham Bulls piayerto receive the benefit of her experience. But this year her attentions are torn between hot-headed newcomer Ebby LaLoosh and veteran Crash Davis.
Kevin Costner 's multi-million dollar film Waterworld opens in UK cinemas this weekend.
Director Ron Shelton (1988)
* Will Costner sink or swim with Waterworld? page 16
* FILM REVIEWS pages 33-37
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Highlights of the third day's play at Trent Bridge between England and the West Indies. Introduced by Richie Benaud.
Police drama starring
Loretta Swit , Tyne Daly
Chris Cagney and Mary Beth
Lacey are partners, New York detectives huntinga murderer. But theirfight against crime is hampered by the prejudice of their male colleagues.
Director Ted Post (1981) * FILM REVIEWS pages 33-37
Mary Beth Lacey: