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Today's guests include actors John Alford and Ross Boatman , who play Billy Ray and Kevin Medhurst in London's Burning, and Brookside's Alexandra Fletcher and Samuel Kane , who play Jacqui Dixon and Peter Phelan. Kriss Akabusi tries his hand at snowboarding, and there's music from CJ Lewis and the Real McCoy. Presented by Zoe Ball and Grant Stott.
Series producer Liz Scott ; Executive producer Edward Pugfi
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A story of everyday teenage life in a lively
California town. Stereo ..................
Introduced by Steve Rider.
10.45,1.40,2.10,2.40,3.20,4.00 Cricket: Sixth Test
Coverage from the Oval of the third day's play in the decisive
Cornhill Insurance Test match between England and the West Indies.
Following the drawn game at Trent Bridge, England are lookingfortheirfirst series victory overthe West Indies since 1969. Commentary by Richie Benaud , Geoff Boycott , David Gower , Tony Lewis and Colin Croft. Coverage continues at
4.30pm on BBC2. See today's choices. COMPETITION LINE: for Catch of the Seriescall
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1.05 Motor Racing News of final practice fortomorrow's Belgian Grand Prix. Live coverage can be seen on Sunday from
12.30pm on BBC 1.
1.10 Football Focus A roundup of the first week of action in the FA Premiership, and a look ahead to today's key matches.
1.55,2.25,3.00 Racing From Goodwood, featuring races at 2.00,2.30 and 3.10. Commentary by PeterO'Sullevan, Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
3.40 Rowing Action from the world championships at Tampere, Finland - the qualifying event for next year's Olympic Games in Atlanta. Top British oarsmen Steve Redgrave , Matthew Pinsent and Gregand Jonny Searle are amongthe medal favourites. Commentary by Gerald Sinstadt and Chris Baillieu.
4.30 Swimming Highlights from the European championships in Vienna.
Commentary Hamilton Bland, Andy Jameson.
4.40 Final Score
Producer Martin Hopkins ; Editor Dave Gordon
The floodlit esplanade of Edinburgh
Castle is the stage for more than performers from around the world to celebrate this year's theme - the 700-year-old friendship between
France and Scotland, known as the Auld Alliance. The massed bands will be made up from the newly formed Highland and Lowland bands of the Scottish Division, the Waterloo Band from the King's Division of Infantry, and the Welsh Guard. The Tattoo ends in traditional fashion with a lone piper playing on the castle battlements. Introduced by Tom Fleming.
Director/Producer Justin C Adams; Executive producer Liz Scott Stereo
Starring Rudy Coby
Deep in his secret laboratory, new-wave magician Rudy Coby presents a show full of larger-than-life characters. The programme, which was the BBC entry forthe Montreux Festival, features a troupe of cartoon-like helpers, who take viewers on a magical journey. With
Steve Altman , Paul Ebejer , John Simone ,
Mandy Perryment and Clayton Mark. Director/Producer Geoff Miles
Last in the present series of the show where pets compete to win prizes for themselves ortheir owners. This week's showfeatures more stunts involving dogs, racing pygmy goats, cuddly tarantulas and a game called
"Donkey Hat Trick". Presented by Dale Winton , assisted by Terry Nutkins. Director Bob Cousins: Producer Mark Linsey
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Anthea Turner meets more winners and beneficiaries, and guest Anneka Rice is on hand to start the draw.
Producer Richard Woolfe Stereo...........
A selected episode from the drama series set in the A and E department of Holby City Hospital.
Duty of Care. A patient with a grievance causes panic and it is left to Baz to try and defuse a potentially explosive situation. Last in the series.
Episode wntten by Andrew Holden ; Producer
Connne Hollingworth ; Director David Innes Edwards
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Suzanne Charlton
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Forthe last time in this series Bob
Monkhouse faces his audience in a comic question-and-answer session. Director Ian Hamilton ; Producer Alan Nixon
A compilation featuring some of the best moments from Jasper Carrott 's second Canned Carrott series. With guests Steve Punt , Hugh Dennis ,
Robert Powell , George Sewell , Paul Raffield and Chris Stanton.
Written by Jasper Carrott , Steve Knight and Mike Whitehill ; Director Ed Bye ; Executive producer
Highlights of two of today's matches in the FA Premiership. Bolton Wanderers face reigning champions Blackburn Rovers, and Leeds United take on Aston Villa. With Desmond Lynam , Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking. Series producer John Shrewsbury
Editor Brian Barwick
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Highlights of the third day's play between England and the West Indies from The Oval. Introduced by Richie Benaud.
Comedy thriller starring
When randy dentist Dr Fleckstein is killed, bored housewife
Judith Singer decides to investigate, uncovering plenty of motives for murder. However, her amateur sleuthing not only annoys her detective husband, but the murderer, too. Judith Singer
SUSAN SARANDON. Lt David Suarez RAUL JULIA , Bob Singer EDWARD HERRMANN , Nancy Miller
JUDITH IVEY. Peg Tuccio MARY BETH HURT , Bruce Fleckstein JOE MANTEGNA
Director Frank Perry (1985) # FILM REVIEWS pages 43-50