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7.30 Animation about an evil Vizier who will stop at nothingto become Caliph. There's more Iznogoud at Sam.
How to create
your own pictures at home using everyday materials. With Tony Hart.
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Today's guests include American rock singer Jon Bon Jovi and his guitarist Richie Sambora, and British pop group the Lightning Seeds. Will Travers, wildlife conservationist, is in the Hot Seat, and there's another chance to hear and vote for the eight songs from last night's Great British Song Contest Semi-final. Trev and Simon sail the Video Galleon, Mr Sage and Mr Onion go crazy, Clarissa Explains It All in another adventure, and there's cartoon action with Rugrats and Spiderman. With Andi Peters and Emma Forbes.
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Introduced from Murrayfield by Steve Rider, with Rob Andrew and Gavin Hastings.
12.20 Football Focus
A look back at the midweek League and Cup action, and a preview of today's key games in the FA Premiership. With Gary Lineker.
From Newbury, featuring races at 1.00, 1.30 and 2.00. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan, Julian Wilson, Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
1.15, 2.10, 5.00 Rugby Union: Scotland v England
Live coverage from Murrayfield of the Royal Bank of Scotland international for the Calcutta Cup (kick-off 3pm) which could hold the key to the outcome of this year's Five Nations championship. Commentary by Bill McLaren and Bill Beaumont.
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At 5pm, highlights from today's other international between Ireland and Wales at Lansdowne Road. Commentary by Jim Neilly and Eddie Butler.
Action from the men's World Cup downhill, from Nagano, Japan.
Frenchman Luc Alphand is looking to close in on his second successive World Cup downhill title. Commentary by David Vine.
4.40 Final Score
The return of the snooker game show. Tonight's edition features star players Jimmy White, Paul Davies and Dean Reynolds. With host Jim Davidson and referee John Virgo. Director Babara Jones ; Producer John Burrowes
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Contact. Bob Fences , a mad computer genius, abducts and hypnotises Lois and makes her believe she was captured by aliens. Under hypnotic command Lois puts her own life at risk and distracts Superman while Fences lays plans to take over the world.
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* Don't do It, Lois: page 18
Dr Martin Solsvig:
Noel Edmonds hosts another House Party.
Tonight, 'Allo, 'Allo! star Vicky Michelle is on the receiving end of a Gotcha, NTV visits someone's home, there's a chance to Grab-a-Grand, and more celebrity guests come through the door of Crinkley Bottom.
GRAB-A-GRAND COMPETITION LINE: 089 1 [number removed]/2/3 (calls cost 39p per minute. Lines open only during show).
Hosted by Anthea Turner. Guests include BBC children's television presenter Toby Anstis , and there are more forecasts from Mystic Meg.
Producer Mark Wells Stereo. ................ NOTE: winning numbers from previous lottery draws are available on Ceefax page 750 or by calling the Players' Lottery Helpline on 0645
Classic comedy with Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise. In this compilation of some of the funniest moments from the seventies' shows, Eric announces Ernie's retirement and Ernie threatens not to mention Eric in his memoirs.
Other highlights include Shirley Bassey's memorable rendition of Smoke Gets in Your Eyes, when she loses a sandal and ends up in a hobnail boot thanks to the backstage "assistance" of Eric and Ernie. Actor Keith Michell makes an appearance in another epic Ernest Wise stage play - the one about the Foreign Legion. And there's the television debut of a canine guest, Brutus the Siberian puddle-maker.
With Peter Sissons. Subtitled
Weather Rob McElwee ............. Followed by National Lottery Update
Third in a four-part drama, starring Pauline Quirke.
Rosalind's obsessive hunt for the truth about Olive's family secrets becomes more and more dangerous.
(Part four and cast are tomorrow at 9.05pm.)
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See This Week: page 10
A series of highlights from ten years of Comic Relief. Tonight, Reeves and Mortimer, Rory Bremner , Ruby Wax, Fry and Laurie, Harry Enfield, Lenny Henry , Emma Thompson and Alan Partridge. Introduced by Jo Brand.
ProducerAmy Joyce Stereo Subtitled .
Highlights of two of today's key matches in the FA Premiership, including Spurs v Southampton. Plus, a chance to enter February's Goal of the Month competition, and the day's other goals and talking points. Commentary by Barry Davies, Clive Tyldesley and Gerald Sinstadt. Introduced by Ray Stubbs with Alan Hansen and Gary Lineker.
See Alan Hansen : page 39
A Sherlock Holmes mystery inspired by Arthur Conan Doyle's The Sign of Four, starring Charlton Heston
Three British officers serving in India steal a chest of jewels, unaware that the gems are cursed. Thirty years later, one of their daughters tells Holmes of her father's terror at an apparition and begs him to help lift the curse.
Director Fraser C Heston (1991) 1) Stereo..
See Films: pages 44-48 **
Andrew Duncan Interview with Charlton Heston: page 14
Competitions and Offers: page
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