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7.30 Animation. Rpt.....
The series that shows how to create your own pictures at home using everyday materials. Today's theme is leaves and foliage. With Tony Hart.
Cartoon about an evil Vizier who will stop at nothing to become Caliph.
Lucky Leon. Clark's first real date with Lois is overshadowed when Superman is tricked into hijacking nuclear warheads and Jimmy is arrested for murder.
Today's guests include game show host Dale Winton. Clarissa Tells It All returns, and Bob 'n' Baz have another dodgy give-away. Trev and Simon set sail in the Video Galleon, and there's more mischief with the Leprechauns. Plus, cartoon chaos with Little Audrey, Babar and The Marvel Action Hour. With Andi Peters and Emma Forbes.
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20: Football Focus: A look ahead to this weekend's FA Cup third round ties, which include Premiership side Aston Villa against non-league Gravesend, and Newcastle's visit to Chelsea. With Gary Lineker.
12.55, 1.25, 1.55: Racing From Haydock, featuring races at 1.00, 1.30 and 2.00.
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan, Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
1.15, 1.40: Ski-ing World Cup action from Flachau, Austria, with the men's giant slalom. Commentary by David Vine.
2.10: Darts World Championship, from Frimley Green. Action from the first semi-final. Commentary by Tony Green. Coverage continues on BBC2 at 4.25.
2.55, 3.55: Rugby League: Wigan v Leeds
Live coverage of the second semi-final of the Regal Trophy from Central Park (kick-off 3.00pm). Leeds will be out to repeat their championship victory over Wigan in November as they pursue their first major title for more than a decade. Commentary by Ray French.
3.45: Football Half-Times
4.40: Final Score
An enemy aircraft crashes into the town reservoir and the platoon captures the crew.
Lt Hope Bruce:
The Royal Marines put the contestants through their paces tonight as more family members tackle unfamiliar tasks. With Jim Davidson and Sally Meen.
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Noel Edmonds opens the doors for the first House Party of the New Year.
There's a Gotcha for Dale Winton , a chance to Grab-a-Grand, and Wait Till We All Get Home lifts the lid on more family secrets.
GRAB-A-GRAND COMPETITION LINE: [number removed] (calls cost 39p per minute. Lines open only during show).
Tonight's special guest is singer Cher, who will be performing her new single. Presented by Anthea Turner. Stereo.
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More trouble is brewing at Holby City as tensions rise for Rachel.
See today's choices.
Episode written by Christopher Reason
Casualty: 8.05pm, BBC1
For the first time in weeks there is slightly more emphasis on the patients' problems than those of the medical staff of Holby City Hospital. One of the main storylines involves misunderstanding and depression: Jane Lapotaire makes a guest appearance as a woman who has been on tranquillizers since the birth of her now grown-up daughter. "She takes the sufferings of the whole world on her shoulders and she pays the price," explains her weary husband. "Daddy, don't romanticise it - she's made our lives a misery," snaps her daughter. And for those still on tenterhooks about the Baz/Charlie/Peter love triangle: Baz finally summons up her courage and makes a major decision tonight.
With Michael Buerk. Weather: Bill Giles. Subtitled.
Followed by National Lottery Update.
The first film in a season of Saturday night thrillers.
Starring Timothy Hutton and Lara Flynn Boyle.
It's crunch time for cookie company executive Peter Derns when the firm is taken over. Help is at hand in the form of dynamic temporary secretary Kris Bolin. But then a series of unfortunate "incidents" befalls employees. (1993) Subtitled. â™¦ See Films: pages 47-52
Action from the FA Cup third round, in which the FA Premiership and Division One clubs join the survivors from earlier rounds. Commentary by Tony Gubba, John Motson and Clive Tyldesley.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam, with Alan Hansen and Gary Lineker.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.05am. Chelsea v Newcastle is live tomorrow at 2.55pm â™¦ Radio Times Offer: page 40 â™¦ See Alan Hansen : page 41
Barry Cryer hosts the last in the series of comedy showcases. Tonight's guests include Lee Hurst.
Neil Simon's comic parody of Casablanca and The Maltese Falcon, starring Peter Falk.
San Francisco 1940: when private eye Lou Peckinpaugh's partner ends up dead, the investigator's romantic involvement with the dead man's wife makes him the prime suspect. (1978)
Neil Simon's Broadway Bound tomorrow at 11.50pm
See Films: pages 47-52
Hoppy the cab driver: