Animation. Stereo Subtitled ..........
Animated adventures with Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk and The Fantastic Four.
The series from 1987.
Danny wants to put the school on the air. Danny Kendall LAMBETH. JONATHAN Mr Kennedy JEFFERY KISSOON. Fred Mainwaring SIMON VAUGHAN ,
Julie LISA YORK. Louise ALISON MCLAUGHLIN
Written by David Angus
Drama about a Californian town, as seen through the eyes of 16-year-old twin sisters.
Music magazine. Today's show features Ice-Tand Freak Power.
Shown last Thursday on BBC2
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US comedy senes about a family who "adopt" a tall hairy creature. Rpt Subtitled.
Comedy set in a house full of teenagers.
Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.00 Motor Racing Coverage of the qualifying session for the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona. Commentary by Murray Walker, Jonathan Palmer and Tony Jardine. The Grand Prix can be seen live tomorrow at 12.35pm on BBC2.
1.10 Football A look at preparations by England and Scotland forthe European
Championships, plus the announcement of the 2002 World Cup venue.
1.15 Cricket Focus A review of the week's quarter-final action in the Benson and Hedges Cup and the latest news from the county scene, plus a preview of the first Test between England and India at Edgbaston, starting on Thursday.
1.35,2.10 Motor Sport Rounds nine and ten of the British Touring Car Championship from Oulton Park. Commentary by Stephen Slater.
1.50, 2.25, 2.55 Racing From Lingfield, featuring races at 2.00, 2.30 and 3.00. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan, Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
2.40,3.10 Show Jumping Coverage from the Royal Gala Grand Prix at Hickstead. Commentary by Michael Tucker and Stephen Hadley.
3.55 Athletics Action from the opening day of the European Cup Final in Madrid. Coverage continues at 5.10 pm on BBC2.
5.00 News Round-Up
Producer Martin Hopkins; Editor Dave Gordon
Written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft
Captain Mainwaring decides to lift the morale of the troop by organising a platoon dance.
Jimmy Tarbuck hosts a golf-based game show in which celebrities win money for charity and for their contestant partners. Tonight, Norman Pace , Anna Walker and Trevor Brooking tackle the show's combination of golf and technology. Director John Rooney ; Producer John Burrowes
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Double Jeopardy. With the evil Lex Luthor on the loose and Lois acting strangely, Clark is finding married life a tough test of his superpowers. See today's choices. Clark Kent/Superman DEAN CAIN, Lois Lane TERI
HATCHER, Jimmy Olsen JUSTIN WHALIN. Perry
White LANE SMITH. Lex Luthor JOHN SHEA
Simon Mayo hosts the entertainment show in which confessions are extracted from the unsuspecting. Tonight, the team springs a surprise on the audience of Ready, Steady, Cook. Plus, what happened when a woman set fire to her mother's kitchen while makingtoast. Director John Gorman ; Producer Barbara Lee
This week, host Bob Monkhouse marks the centenary of cinema with a report on how lottery cash is supportingthe British film industry.
Producer Mark Wells Stereo. ................. NOTE: winning numbers from previous lottery draws are available on Ceefax page 750 or by callingthe Players' Lottery Helpline on 0645
Set in the world of high-tech crime, starring Craig McLachlan
Jaye Griffiths , Jesse Birdsall
Newton's Run. Theteamiscalledin to help when an attempt to steal a special dogfrom a research laboratory leads to the murder of an eminent scientist. See today's choices.
Written by Cal Clements Jr
ProducerBrian Eastman ; Director Brian Farnham
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Bill Giles .... Followed by National Lottery Update
Mystery thriller starring
Richard Dean Anderson
A designer breaks up with her boyfriend and buys an old apartment, hiring a handsome builderto renovate it. The pair begin a passionate affair, but then the killings start.
Director Peter Markle (1992, 18)
♦ See Films: pages 49-56
Road movie starring Peter Capaldi
An aspiring artist has 36 hours to get to his father's 60th birthday party in Glasgow to stand a chance of inheriting a stake in the family ice-cream fortune, but his car and a hitchhiker land him in trouble.
Director Stefan Schwartz (1992, 15)
See Films: pages 49-56
Animal rights activist:
Sci-fi thriller starring Mary Peach
Bryant Halliday , Ronald Allen
When brilliant scientist Professor
Paul Steiner 's controversial experiments with the projection of matter reach a crucial stage, he uses himself as a guinea pig - with disastrous results.
Director Ian Curteisf 1966) ♦ See Films: pages 49-56
Dr Pat Hill:
Prof Paul Steiner: