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7.30 Animation about an evil
Creating your own pictures at home. Silhouettes are today's theme. With Tony Hart.
Comedy with the gruesome clan. Rpt
Today's show includes music from PJ and Duncan and Shed Seven, Trev and Simon shop at Robert's Records, Mr Sage and Mr Onion cause trouble, there's another adventure with Clarissa Darling, plus, cartoons with Rugrats and Spiderman. With Andi Peters and Emma Forbes.
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus
Gary Lineker looks ahead to Wednesday's internationals - England's first game of the year, against fellow European championship hopefuls Bulgaria at Wembley, and Scotland's match with Australia at Hampden Park. Plus, a preview of the weekend's key matches in the FA Premiership.
12.55, 1.25, 1.55 Racing
From Newbury, featuring races at 1.00, 1.30 and 2.00. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan, Julian Wilson, Richard Pitman, Peter Scudamore.
1.15 Ice Skating
News of the World Championships from Edmonton, Canada, featuring the free dance competition.
Coverage continues at 6.15pm on BBC2.
1.40, 2.55, 4.00 Swimming
Action from the Olympic Trials at Ponds Forge, Sheffield. Big names hoping to qualify for Atlanta include Nick Gillingham, Sarah Hardcastle and Mark Foster. Commentary by Hamilton Bland and Andy Jameson.
2.10, 3.10 Rugby League: Bradford Bulls v Leeds
Live coverage of the second Challenge Cup semi-final from the Alfred McAlpine
Stadium, Huddersfield (kick-off 2.15pm). Leeds have a chance of making Wembley for the third year running, while Bradford have not been to the final for 23 years.
Today's winners will play St Helens in next month's final. Commentary by Ray French.
3.50 Football Half-Times
4.40 Final Score
Featuring the draw for the first round of the World Championships which start at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, in four weeks' time.
The snooker game show. Tonight's edition features Dieter Jones , John Parrott and Stephen Murphy. With host Jim Davidson and referee John Virgo. Director Babara Jones ; Producer John Burrowes
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Don't Tug on Superman's Cape. A wealthy couple with a passion for collecting rare objects want to add Superman to their trophies. See today's choices.
Bad Brain Johnson:
Noel Edmonds hosts another House Party. Tonight, actress Susan George is on the receiving end of a Gotcha, and another child lifts the lid on family secrets in Wait Till We All Get Home.
Producer: Guy Freeman
Executive producer: Michael Leggo
Grab-a-grand competition line: [numbers removed] (calls cost 39p per minute. Lines open only during the show).
Special guest Lionel Richie sings his new release Don't Want to Lose You and starts tonight's draw.
Hosted by Anthea Turner , with Mystic Meg and Toby Anstis.
Producer Mark Wells Stereo
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An Advancement of Learning
Second of three films adapted from Reginald Hill's crime novels, starring
Warren Clarke , Colin Buchanan
When a memorial to a college principal is moved, a surprising discovery is made underneath. See today's choices.
Adapted by Alan Plater
Producers Eric Abraham and Chris Parr ; Director
DetSupt Andrew Dalziel:
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With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
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A series of highlights from ten years of Comic Relief. Tonight, Rik Mayall as Alan B'stard in a special episode of The New Statesman, plus Rowan Atkinson as Mr Bean , Reeves and Mortimer,
Joanna Lumley , French and Saunders, Fry and Laurie, Bob Geldof and Ian McKellen. Introduced by Jo Brand.
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Featuring highlights of Arsenal v
Newcastle United as Kevin Keegan 's team continue theirchaseforthe FA
Premiership title. Plus, goals and news from the day's other Premiership games. Commentary by John Motson , Tony Gubba and Gerald Sinstadt.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen and Gary Lineker.
Series producer John Shrewsbury ; Editor Niall Sloane
* See Alan Hansen : page 52
The light-hearted sports quiz umpired by Nick Hancock. Captains Gary Lineker and David Gower compete in a game of wit and sporting knowledge, assisted by comics Rory McGrath and Lee Hurst. Shown last Tuesday Stereo Subtitled .
Richie Woodhallv v Salvador Yanez
Coverage from Hamburg of Woodhall's third defence of his European middleweighttitle. Woodhall, Britain's formerOlympic medallist, is unbeaten professionally. This fight against
Germany's Yanez could be his final contest before challenging American
QuincyTaylorfortheWBC world crown. Introduced by Jim Neilly , with Gary Jacobs. Producer Chris Lewis ; Editor Philip Bern ie
Chase comedy. The last words of a dying man launch a group of misfits on a madcap hunt for four million dollars - pursued by an equally useless pair of FBI men.
Director Richard Fleischer (1987, U)
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