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7.30 Animation. Rpt ...
Cartoon based on a Jules Verne novel. Rpt
Comedy with the ghoulish Addams clan.
Operation Blackout. A supposedly dead weapons designer engineers a stringof major malfunctions across Metropolis as the prelude to a hijack. Is the man's former fiancee, one of Lois's old friends, involved?
Col Charles Fane:
Jim Davidson, host of The Generation Game, which starts a new series at 6.05 tonight, is today's star guest, Anna Home, Head of BBC Children's Programmes, is in the Hot Seat, with music from Eternal. Bobby Davro and Peter Simon present Run the Risk, Trevor and Simon are afloat in the Video Galleon, plus cartoon fun.
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Introduced by Dougie Donnelly.
12.20 Football Focus
Gary Lineker previews today's FA Premiership action and reviews the progress in Europe of Liverpool, Leeds United and Nottingham Forest after the week's Uefa Cup ties.
1.05 Motor Racing
News from the Aida circuit in Japan of final practice for the Pacific Grand Prix. Race coverage begins at 4.45 am on BBC2.
1.25, 1.55, 2.25 Racing
From Newbury, featuring races at 1.30, 2.00 and 2.30 with commentary by Peter O'Sullevan, Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
Action from the Grand Prix taking place at Sunderland's Crowtree Leisure Centre. Commentary by Clive Everton, Ray Edmonds, Dennis Taylor, John Virgo and John Spencer.
2.40,3.55 Rugby League
Live coverage of the first semi-final of the centenary World Cup from Old Trafford, Manchester (kick-off 3.00 pm). After 11 matches, over the past fortnight, the ten-team field has now been whittled down to four. Commentary by Ray French.
The second semi-final will be shown tomorrow in Sunday Grandstand on BBC2.
3.45 Football Half Times
4.40 Final Score
Writers Jimmy Perry and David Croft select the first of nine of their favourite episodes from the classic comedy.
Private Pike blunders his way into a minefield.
Boyzone and dance troupe
Siverka are among the guests on the game show in which family members pair up for series of unfamiliartasks. With Sally Meen. See today's choices.
Director/Producer Guy Freeman
Noel Edmonds opensthe doors again for another series at the Great House in Crinkley Bottom. Tonight, a "Gotcha" for
Sean Blowers (Hallam from London's Burning). See today's choices.
Producer Jonathan Beazley ; Executive producer
Michael Leggo Stereo ♦ Help! They're All Out to Gotcha Me: page 23
Soldier, Soldier stars Robson Green and Jerome Flynnjoin presenter
Anthea Turnerforthis week's draw.
Producer Mark Wells
Hospital drama series.
A mother fights a court case alone for her disabled son.
See today's choices.
Episode written by Joanne Maguire
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish .............. Followed by National Lottery Update
Lesley Ann Warren
After their daughter is attacked,
Carol and Bill Sanders are assured that the culprit's conviction is a foregone conclusion. Then, to their horror, the man is cleared, which triggers a terrible reaction in Carol. But lashing out lands her on the wrong side of the law.
DirectorArmand Mastroianni (1993)
♦ See Films: pages 69-76 **
Highlights of two of today's top games in the FA Premiership. Chelsea clash with Manchester United at Stamford
Bridge while, across London, West Ham play host at Upton Park to champions Blackburn. Plus, the day's other goals and talking points. Commentary by Clive Tyldesley and John Motson. Hosted by Desmond Lynam , with Trevor Brooking and Gary Lineker. Series producer John Shrewsbury ; Editor
BrianBarwick Stereo ......................
Nick Hancock hosts the light-hearted sports quiz, with Gary Lineker and David Gower. Last in the series.
Director Steve Smith ; Producer Harry Thompson
Shown last Thursday Stereo Subtitled .
Western, continuing the Outlaws season of films, starring
Oliver Reed Candice Bergen , Gene Hackman
When the wife of a sadistic cattle baron is kidnapped by outlaws, he decides to pursue the kidnappers, and begins a ruthless cat-and-mouse killing game.
Frank Calder OLIVER REED , Melissa Ruger CANDICE BERGEN , Brandt Ruger GENE HACKMAN , Matthew Gunn SIMON OAKLAND. Doc Harrison MITCHELL RYAN
, Hog Warren L Q JONES, Sam Bayard G D SPRADLIN , Loring WILLIAM WATSON
Director Don Medford 1971) â™¦ See Films: pages 69-76 *
Frank Calder , Oliver
Melissa Ruger ,Candice
Brandt Ruger , Gene
Matthew Gunn, Simon
Doc Harrison, Mitchell
Sam Bayard , G D