With Simeon Courtie , Kirsten O' Brien and Otis the Aardvark.
7.30 Oscar's Orchestra Animation.
Cartoon. Felix tries to outwit the professor and his henchman.
Animation. Bucky and his crew battle the Toad Menace.
Cartoon. Max and friends face the Forces Of Evil.
The series from 1987.
It's the end of the line for Imelda.
Imelda FLEUR TAYLOR, Mrs McClusky GWYNETH POWELL
, Ronnie Birtles TINA MAHON. Gonch JOHN MCMAHON
. Hollo BRADLEY SHEPPARD
Written by Margaret Simpson
Mrs McClusky Gwyneth
Ronnie Birtles Tina
Drama about a Californian town, seen through the eyes of 16-year-old twin sisters. Stereo ..
Today the music magazine meets pop duo Shampoo in Hong Kong and features US teen group Dog Eat Dog. Stereo .....................
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Adventure. Three teenage
BMX bikers discover a stash of stolen two-way radios. Unaware that the radios belong to bank robbers, they begin selling them to theirfnends.
This creates havoc with local police radio frequencies and sends the robbers in pursuit of the bike-riding youngsters.
Duane Whitey DAVID ARGUE, -Moustache" JOHN LEY , Judy NICOLE KIDMAN , Goose JAMES LUGTON
Director Brian Trenchard-Smith (1983. PG) ♦ See Films: pages 42-48 **
Introduced by Steve Riderfrom Silverstone.
12.35 Cricket Focus The latest news from the cricket circuit, on the day of the Benson and Hedges Cup final at Lord's between holders Lancashire and Northamptonshire. Highlights of the match can be seen at 8pm on BBC2.
12.55 Motor Racing Coverage from the qualifying session of the British Grand Prix from Silverstone. Commentary by Murray Walker , Jonathan Palmerand Tony Jardine. The race can be seen in tomorrow's
Sunday Grandstand, at 2pm on BBC2.
2.10 Motor Sport Action from rounds 13 and 14 of the Touring Car Championship, from Brands Hatch. Commentary by Murray Walker.
2.45 Show Jumping Coverage from the Royal International Horse Show, from Hickstead.Commentary by Michael Tucker and Stephen Hadley.
4.45 News Roundup
Producer Martin Hopkins ; Editor Dave Gordon
Jonathan Palmerand Tony
The Royal Navy takes the spotlight to host the annual military spectacular, at Earls Court, London. The Queen takes the salute forthe event, which features the Massed Bands of the Royal
Marines, the formidable field-gun race, the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery, a commando cliff assault and the Royal Signals Motorcycle Display Team.
Plus, over 300 Irish pipers, drummers and dancers, and from Hong Kong, lion dancers, dragon dancers on motorbikes and the Hong Kong Police Band. Commentary by Julian Tutt.
Producer Michael Begg Stereo ...........
Pets compete to win themselves and theirowners prizes. Host Dale Winton is joined by Terry Nutkins , vet Mary Nicoll , and tonight's guest, Liza Goddard with her dog Mina. Director/Producer David Taylor
Through a Glass, Darkly
Two mysterious characters from Superman's past cause problems. See today's choices.
Clark Kent/Superman DEAN CAIN, Lois Lane TERI
HATCHER. Jimmy Olsen JUSTIN WHALIN. Perry
White LANE SMITH, Ching JON TENNEY
Singer Gary Barlow performs his new single ForeverLove andstartsthe draw. Presented by Ulrika Jonsson.
Producer Mark Wells Stereo
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Release. A wedding ends in tragedy and a young boy learns to stand up to hisbullyingfather.
Episode written by David Richard Fox
Producer Corrine Hollingworth ; Director Indra Bhose
Rev Douglas Gilbert:
Oliver Parton (groom):
Sian Wood (bride):
With Michael Buerk.
Weather John Kettley Followed by National Lottery Update
The comedian delivers one-liners at the audience in a quickfire question and answer session.
With guest singer Madeline Bell. Director John Kilby ; Producer Phil Clarke
Tough prison drama of brutal retribution, starring
Sylvester Stallone r Donald Sutherland
Convict Frank Leone only bucked the prison system once. Nowthat single rebellious act is suddenly and severely punished when he finds himself at the mercy of a sadistic old adversary who runs a cruelly corrupt jail.
Director John Flynn (1989, 18)
* See Films: pages 42-48 **
The Nelson Mandela Concert from the Royal Albert Hall
Highlights of last Thursday's special concert, held to celebrate the state visit to Britain of Nelson Mandela and in aid of the Nation's Trust.
The event, staged in the presence of the Queen and President Mandela, features top South African and British performers. Amongthem are
Phil Collins and his new, 20-strong big band and the a cappella group Ladysmith Black Mambazo.
The show is compered by British dub poet Benjamin Zephaniah and rap-style poet Mzwakhe Mbuli.
Producers Michele Hockley and Edward Simons
Executive producer Harvey Goldsmith
Comedy fantasy starring
Glenn Close , Mandy Patinkin
Jan and Nick Cheyney uncovera message scrawled on their living room wall and discoverthat it was written by Maxie Malone , a young actress who died some 60 years earlier. With Jan's unknowing help, Maxie plans on making a bizarre comeback.
Director Paul Aaron (1985, PG)