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7.30 Animation. Rpt ...
Cartoon based on the Jules Verne novel Journey to the Centre of the Earth. Rpt
Comedy with the ghoulish clan.
Church of Metropolis. Political blackmail combines with vicious gang violence to deliverthe south side of Metropolis into the hands of a major criminal network.
Actor, writer and singer Jimmy Nail, star of the hit series Spender and Crocodile Shoes, is joined by Arsenal star and England international David Platt as today's guests. With music from MN8, Trevor and Simon visiting Robert's Record Shop, the Leprechauns on a fishing trip at the bottom of the well, plus, animated action from Spiderman and Rugrats.
Hosted by Andi Peters and Emma Forbes. Editor Chris Bellinger (Stereo)
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Introduced by Steve Riderfrom Wembley.
12.20 Football Focus The week's action in review and a preview of this afternoon's principal attractions in the FA Premiership. With Steve Rider and Gary Lineker.
12.50,1.25,2.00 Racing From Ascot, featuringthe races at 12.55, 1.30 and 2.05. Commentary by PeterO'Sullevan, Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
1.10 Motor Racing Murray Walker reports from Suzuka on final practice for the Japanese Grand Prix. Live coverage of the race is at 3.45am on BBC2.
1.15,2.25 Rugby League
Live coverage from Wembley of the Centenary World Cup final
A record-breakingcrowd of 73,000 watched the 1992 final, also held at
Wembley, when Australia defeated Great Britain 10-6. Commentary by Ray French . See today's choices.
1.40, 2.15 Snooker Action from the Grand Prix semi-finals at Sunderland's
Crowtree Leisure Centre. Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , Dennis Taylor , John Virgo and John Spencer supply the commentary.
4.40 Final Score
Rugby League TV presentation Malcolm Kemp ;
Editor Dave Gordon Stereo
Jimmy Perry and David Croft select another of theirfavourite episodes.
The Desperate Drive of Corporal Jones Corporal Jones alone knows of the deadly danger facing the platoon. Captain MainwaringARTHUR LOWE , Sergeant
Wilson JOHN LE MESURIER, Corporal Jones CLIVE
DUNN. Private Frazer JOHN LAURIE , Private
Walker JAMES BECK. Private Godfrey ARNOLD RiDLEY. Private Pike IAN LAVENDER. ARP Warden BILL
PERTWEE. Vicar FRANK WILLIAMS ,
Verger EDWARD SINCLAIR , Colonel ROBERT RAGLAN
Producer David Croft
Guest Leslie Grantham joins host Jim Davidson and Sally Meen as eight more family members tackle some unfamiliartasks. The studio audience sit in judgment on their performances. Director/Producer Guy Freeman
Noel Edmonds opens the doors of the Great House in Crinkley Bottom. Actor Keith Barron is this week's recipient of the Gotcha award, while other regular features include Grab-a-Grand and NTV.
Producer Jonathan Beazley ; Executive producer
Michael Leggo Stereo GRAB-A-GRAND COMPETITION LINE:
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♦Win a day out at Crinkley Bottom: page 61
Singer/songwriter Neil Sedaka joins Anthea Turner for this week's draw.
Producer Mark Wells Stereo. ................
Charlie makes a decision regarding his relationship with Baz.
See today's choices.
Episode written and directed by Tony McHale
DC Pete Sherwin:
WDC Dawn Morris:
WPC Linda Phillips:
DI Ray Scott:
Hamida Banu Ali:
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish ..............
Followed by National Lottery Update
Mystery thriller, starring
Mark Harmon , Mimi Rogers
A husband is not supposed to vanish, and a detective hired to find him is not supposed to fall for the missing man's wife. However, David Shepherd 's attraction to his client inspires him not to dismiss this case.
Director Ivan Passer 99
♦ See Films: pages 67-74 ***
Lt Hank Petkavich:
Highlights of two of today's key games in the FA Premiership, including Aston
Villa's home match with FA Cup holders Everton and QPR who are at home to Nottingham Forest. Plus, coverage of the day's other goals. Commentary by John Motson and Barry Davies , while Gary Lineker and Trevor Brookingjoin presenter Desmond Lynam.
Series producer John Shrewsbury ; Editor
Barry Cryer hosts the series showcasing comedians working on the UK comedy circuit, plus special guests from abroad.
Director Nick Wood; Producer Claudia Lloyd
Spaghetti western, continuing the Outlaws season of films, starring
Gian Maria Volonte , Klaus Kinski
Duringthe Mexican revolution, bandit El Chuncho suffers heavy casualties when he attacks a train. One of the passengers persuades El Chuncho to join the outlaws; togetherthey head for the camp of rebel leaderGeneral Elias.
El Chuncho GIAN MARIA VOLONTE, Santo KLAUS
KINSKI, Bill Tate LOU CASTEL. General Elias JAIME
FERNANDEZ. Don Felipe ANDREA CHECCHI
Director Damiano Damiani (1966)
♦ See Films: pages 67-74