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: Iznogoud

Viewers can use the following contact details to interact with Children's BBC.
Postal address: Children's BBC, PO Box 4567, London W 12 6AA
E-mail address: childrens@bbc.co.uk World Wide Web: http://www.bbcnc. org.uk/tv/childrens/studioa/
7.30 Animation about an evil
Vizier. Stereo .................................

: Willy Fog - 2

Cartoon based on Jules
Verne's novel 20,000 Leagues under the Sea. Rpt

: The Raccoons

: The Addams Family

Comedy with the gruesome clan.

: Live and Kicking

The last show in the current series features music from 3T, plus a visit by Jas Mann of pop group Babylon Zoo. News at Ten anchor man Trevor McDonald is in the Hot Seat, Trev and Simon open up Robert's Records, Mr Sage and Mr Onion go crazy and Clarissa Explains It All. Plus, cartoon action.
With Andi Peters and Emma Forbes.
See today's choices.

WRITE TO: Live and Kicking at BBCtv Centre, PO Box London W12 6LA, or phone [number removed](lines open from 8.30am).
To take part in competitions, ring [number removed] (calls cost maximum of 20p).
E-mail address: [email addresses removed]


Presenter: Andi Peters
Presenter: Emma Forbes
Comedians: Trev and Simon
Guests: 3T
Guest: Jas Mann
Guest: Trevor McDonald
Editor: Chris Bellinger

: Weather

: Grandstand

Introduced by Dougie Donnelly.
12.20 Football Focus David O'Leary looks forward to the weekend's FA Premiership matches and reflects on the past week.
1.00 News
1.05 Athletics The International Road
Races from Portsmouth. Coverage of both the men's and women's events as some of the world's finest middle and longdistance runners compete overfive kilometres. Last year's men's race produced a domestic winnerin Rob Denmark. Commentary by Stuart Storey and Brendan Foster.
1.55, 2.30, 3.05 Racing From Ascot, with races at 2.00,2.35 and 3. 1 0. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson ,
Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
2.10, 2.45 Motor Sport Highlights from the openingtwo rounds of this season's British Touring Car Championship at
Donington Park. Scotland's defending champion John Cleland will be lookingfor a repeat of the opening race victory he enjoyed at Donington 12 months ago. Commentary by Murray Walker.
3.20,4.00 Hockey Action from the women's Challenge Match between
Great Britain and the Netherlands from the National Hockey Stadium, Milton Keynes. Great Britain continue their preparations forthis summer's Olympics in Atlanta as they seekto improve on the bronze medal they won four years ago in Barcelona. The Dutch have also qualified for Atlanta. Commentary by Barry Davies , Sandra Lister and Cathy Harris.
3.50 Football Half-Times
4.40 Final Score
Plus, news duringthe day of the second round of golf US Masters in Augusta. TV presentation (hockey) Barbara Slater ; Producer
Martin Hopkins


Introduced By: Dougie Donnelly.
Unknown: David O'Leary
Unknown: Rob Denmark.
Commentary By: Stuart Storey
Commentary By: Brendan Foster.
Commentary By: Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary By: Julian Wilson
Commentary By: Richard Pitman
Commentary By: Peter Scudamore.
Unknown: John Cleland
Commentary By: Murray Walker.
Unknown: Milton Keynes.
Commentary By: Barry Davies
Commentary By: Sandra Lister
Commentary By: Cathy Harris.
Unknown: Barbara Slater
Producer: Martin Hopkins

: Stay Tooned!

Tony Robinson looks at work by animator Robert McKimson , including Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and Foghorn Leghorn. Producer Nick Freand Jones


Unknown: Tony Robinson
Unknown: Robert McKimson
Producer: Nick Freand Jones

: Big Break

Snooker game show. Tonight's edition features Steve Davis, Lee Richardson and Mark Johnston-Allen. With host Jim Davidson and referee John Virgo.
CONTESTANTS: if you would like to take part, write, enclosing a large sae, to [address removed]


Snooker player: Steve Davis
Snooker player: Lee Richardson
Snooker player: Mark Johnston-Allen
Presenter: Jim Davidson
Referee: John Virgo
Director: Babara Jones
Producer: John Burrowes

: The New Adventures of Superman

Super Mann. Three German soldiers, placed in suspended animation during the Second
World War, revive and plan to take over Metropolis. See today's choices. Clark Kent/Superman DEAN CAIN, Lois Lane TERI
White LANE SMITH, Steve Law SEAN KANAN. Hank

: Confessions

Simon Mayo hosts the entertainment show in which he extracts confessions from the studio audience. Simon's team will also be roamingthe country in search of unusual admissions. Tonight, mysterious crop circles are explained and a man who took advantage when he was mistaken for a priest. With guest presenter Ted Robbins.
Director John Gorman ; Producer Barbara Lee


Unknown: Simon Mayo
Presenter: Ted Robbins.
Director: John Gorman
Producer: Barbara Lee

: The National Lottery Live

Tonight's guest is entertainer Gary Wilmot. Hosted by Anthea Turner.
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


Unknown: Gary Wilmot.
Unknown: Anthea Turner.
Producer: Mark Wells Stereo

: Bugs: ...Must Come Down

Concluding this two-part story in the action series.
Starring Craig McLachlan, Jaye Griffiths, Jesse Birdsall
As the Bugs team battles against satellite saboteurs, Ed performs a space walk, and Ros learns to use one of the most powerful weapons on earth.
See today's choices.


Writer: Colin Brake
Producer: Brian Eastman
Director: Brian Farnham
Ed: Craig McLachlan
Ros: Jaye Griffiths
Beckett: Jesse Birdsall
Zito: Simon Dormandy
Vomholt: Lesley Vickerage
Colonel Stone: Sean Arnold
Joy: Su-Lin Looi
Chuku: David Yip
Haikudu: Anthony Chinn
Jean Daniel: Gareth Marks
Amanda: Emma Richler
Stokes: Fintan McKeown
Mission Control: Rupert Baker
Kituma TV: Paul Courtenay-Hyu
Kituma Aide: Shirley Chantrell
GNC reception: Regina Freedman

: News and Sport

With Michael Buerk.
Weather Peter Cockroft Followed by National Lottery Update


Unknown: Michael Buerk.
Unknown: Peter Cockroft

: Avalanche

Thriller starring
David Hasselhoff
Michael Gross
Tension between divorced writer Brian
Kemp and his two children is heightened when the trio are trapped in his remote Alaskan cabin underan avalanche, triggered by smuggler Duncan Snyder crashing his plane. Snyder could yet be the death of them all.
Director Paul Shapiro (1994)
♦ See FUms: pages 52-57


Unknown: David Hasselhoff
Unknown: Duncan Snyder
Director: Paul Shapiro
Snyder: David Hasselhoff
Brian Kemp: Michael Gross
Deirdre: Deanna Milligan
Max: Myles Ferguson
Hunter: Ben Cardinal
Whitney: Don Davis
Major: George Josef

: Match of the Day

FA Premiership highlights, including Southampton v Manchester United, plus the day's other goals and action. Commentary by Clive Tyldesley and John Motson. Introduced by Ray Stubbs , with Trevor Brooking. Senes producer John Shrewsbury ; Editor


Commentary By: Clive Tyldesley
Commentary By: John Motson.
Introduced By: Ray Stubbs
Unknown: Trevor Brooking.
Producer: John Shrewsbury

: They Think It's All Over

The light-hearted sports quiz umpired by Nick Hancock. Captains Gary Lineker and David Gowerare assisted by comedians Rory McGrath and Lee Hurst. Shown last Tuesday Stereo Subtitled .


Unknown: Nick Hancock.
Unknown: Gary Lineker
Unknown: David Gowerare
Unknown: Rory McGrath
Unknown: Lee Hurst.

: Legend of the Werewolf

Horror starring
Peter Cushing , Ron Moody
Reared by wolves, then raised by a a travelling showman, a young man named Etoile arrives in 19th-century Paris. He works at a zoo where he falls for regular visitor, Christine. But love leads to jealousy, and soon a series of grisly murders is puzzling Inspector
Gerard and coroner Paul Cataflanque.
Director Freddie Francis (1974, 18) ......
See Films: pages 52-57 **


Unknown: Peter Cushing
Unknown: Paul Cataflanque.
Director: Freddie Francis
Paul Cataflanque: Peter Cushing
Zoo keeper: Ron Moody
Maestro Pamponi: Hugh Griffith
Etoile: David Rintoul
Max Gerard: Stefan Gryff
Christine: Lynn Dalby
Photographer: Roy Castle

: Weather

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