Animated fun, narrated by Neil Morrissey. Repeat. Stereo.
More adventures on Crab Island. Repeat.
Jonny gets caught up in a hurricane.
Shown yesterday. Subtitled.
Under hypnotic command Lois puts her life at risk to distract Superman.
Today's guests on the live entertainment show include Ireland's Olympic gold medallist swimmer Michelle Smith, with music from Bitty McLean and Sleeper. Trev and Simon embark on another Transmission Impossible, while Electric Circus features an interview with comic actor Eddie Murphy about his new film The Nutty Professor. Plus, Leprechaun fun and cartoon action with Spiderman and the Rugrats. With Zoe Ball and Jamie Theakston.
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Introduced by Steve Rider in London and Sue Barker at Longchamp in Paris.
12.20 Football Focus
Gary Lineker looks back at the action from the past week and previews a busy round of World Cup qualifying matches, including England v Poland and Wales v Holland, while Scotland play twice in five days in eastern Europe.
Coverage of the British Superbike championship's penultimate meeting of the season at Brands Hatch. Commentary by Barry Nutley.
1.30 Mountain Biking
Action from the World championships in Cairns, Australia, where Dutchman Bart Brentjens is hoping to defend his cross-country crown to add to his gold medal win in Atlanta.
1.50 Racing From Longchamp
Featuring the Prix du Cadran at 3.10, plus today's other races at 2.00 and 3.45. Commentary Peter O'Sullevan, Julian Wilson and Jim McGrath.
Further coverage from Longchamp including the Prix de I'Arc de Triomphe can be seen tomorrow from 1.15pm on BBC2.
From Chepstow, with races at 2.15, 2.50 and 3.25. Commentary by John Hanmer, Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
3.55 Football Half Times
4.00 Rugby Union
Highlights of Italy against Wales from Rome. Commentary by Hugh Llewelyn Davies and JJ Williams.
4.40 Final Score
Getting the Bird.
Walker arranges for Jones to get some black-market pigeons, but where did they come from?
The game show in which family couples take on unfamiliar tasks. Tonight's games include sheepdog trials with a difference. Hosted by Jim Davidson, with assistant Melanie Stace.
The comedy-action series about the adventures of a Canadian Mountie starring Paul Gross, David Marciano
A pathological liar reports to Fraser and Vecchio that his fiancee has been abducted by aliens. Initially sceptical, the two find corroborative evidence which leads them to uncover a secret military operation.
Constable Benton Fraser:
Detective Ray Vecchio:
Pop group Boyzone are tonight's guests, performing their new single Words. Presented by Bob Monkhouse.
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Written by Kate Lock
Continuing the drama series set in the A and E department of Holby City hospital.
A man who could never tell his wife the truth pays a high price.
With Peter Sissons.
Weather: Bill Giles.
Followed by National Lottery Update.
Drama based on a true story, starring Neil Patrick Harris and Kelli Williams.
Despite a bad-weather warning, young soldier Jim Stolpa is determined to travel 1,000 miles to attend his grandmother's funeral in Idaho. Days later, stranded in deep snow in the mountains with his wife and five-month-old son, Jim must make a decision to go for help or hang on for an unlikely rescue. (1993)
Comic sports quiz, with Nick Hancock.
Shown last Thursday.
Followed by The Nation's Favourite Poems.
In the first of this week's poetry readings, Olympic gold medallist Matthew Pinsent reads Four Little Tigers by Frank Jacobs. Stereo Viewers can vote for their favourite poem, from the last 50 years, on (0891) [number removed]. Calls cost less than 26p: lines are open until 12 noon on Thursday.
The results will be announced in BBC1's The Nation's 's Favourite Poems on Friday at 10.20pm.
The latest hits from the UK charts.
The Big Apple's in big trouble, as the indestructible psycho-fiend Jason Vorhees heads for New York City aboard a teen-filled "love boat", which he transforms into the ultimate voyage of the damned. (1989,18)
Colleen Van Deusen: