Cartoon capers. Repeat Subtitled.....
Animation about an evil
Arabian official. Repeat
Animation. The team's computer is corrupted by strange images.
Shown yesterday in The Friday Zone Subtitled.
Seconds. A clone causes chaos for Clark as he tries to rescue Lois.
Today's guests include actor Jesse Spencer, alias Billy Kennedy in Neighbours, and pop group East 17. Dannii Minogue presents this week's Electric Circus, Trev Neal and Simon Hickson embark on another Transmission Impossible, and more teenage problems are solved in Clarissa Explains It All. Plus cartoon action with Spiderman. With Zoe Ball and Jamie Theakston.
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus Gary Lineker reviews last week's action and previews this weekend's Premiership games.
1.05, 1.40,2.05 Racing From Ascot, featuring races at 1.10,1.45 and 2.20.
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
Plus the 2.10 race from Leopardstown.
1.20 Skiing Coverage of the men's World Cup downhill from Chamonix in France. Commentary by Julian Tutt.
1.55,3.15 Table Tennis The quarter-finals of the English Open at the Kettering Arena, Northamptonshire. Commentary by Tony Gubba and Donald Parker.
2.30 Olympic Magazine Jon Ridgeon introduces the first of four occasional features profiling sports and sporting personalities in the run-up to next year's
Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan, and the Millennium Games in Sydney. Today, a look at curling, in which Britain has high hopes of winning a medal at the winter games.
3.50 Football Half-Times
4.00 Darts Coverage of the first semi-final of the World Darts championship, from the Lakeside Country Club in FrimleyGreen,
Surrey. Commentary by TonyGreen. Darts coverage continues at 5.45pm on BBC2.
4.40 Final Score A roundup of today's key results and sporting news.
Producer Martin Hopkins ; Editor Dave Gordon Stereo
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More animated antics.
When Bart's TV hero, Krusty the Clown, is charged with armed robbery, he turns detective to prove his innocence.
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Repeated tomorrow at 1.05pm on BBC2
5.45pm BBC1 Bart, the all-American white-trash boy, turns supersleuth when his hero Krusty the Clown is arrested for an armed robbery in a convenience store. What makes matters worse is that it is his own father, Homer, who positively identifies the clown as the thief. Bart, with Lisa's help, sets out to prove that his idol could not have committed the felony. Lisa deduces Krusty's innocence and Bart announces on live television that the real villain is Sideshow Bob (voiced by Frasier's Kelsey Grammer). Neat sideswipes about the argument raging on both sides of the Atlantic over the content of children's telly are the meat in this classy, unclassifiable entertainment.
Continuing a new series of comedy action about the adventures of a Canadian mountie.
White Men Can't Jump to Conclusions.
Ray is pleased with himself after arresting a young basketball player for a gangland shooting. But why does Fraser want to bail him out?
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Constable Benton Fraser:
Detective Ray Vecchio:
Noel Edmonds returns with more light-hearted entertainment from
Crinkley Bottom, and surprises another guest with this week's Gotcha award.
Producer Guy Freeman ; Executive producer
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Guests on tonight's show include Asian pop band Bally Sagoo. With Dale Winton. Producer Peter Estall
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Tall Tales. Charlie and Baz are concerned when nanny
Margaret arrives in Casualty with theirbaby son Louis.
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Written by David Joss Buckley
Producer Rosalind Anderson ; Director
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Suzanne Charlton.
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Blossom Meadow, California. As an angry colony of African killer bees heads their way, the local inhabitants load up their cars and flee to the hills. All except for lawyer Chad Ingram and his family, who are trapped in their home - surrounded by the deadly swarm.
Director Rockne SO'Bannon (1995)
# See Films: pages 56-61 **
Action from today's FA Premiership matches, including highlights of the match between Aston Villa and Newcastle United at Villa Park.
Commentary John Motson, Barry Davies and Jon Champion.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam, with Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking.
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A blend of stand-up comedy, sketches and interviews.
Shown last Thursday
Stereo Subtitled ..
Spy comedy starring
John Travolta , Kelly Preston
Back in the days before glasnost, the KGB have an unusual secret weapon hidden in the heart of the Soviet Union: in an exact replica of a "Smalltown, USA", they are raising prospective spies as Americans.
However, their conception of the States is woefully behind the times.
TravisJOHN TRAVOLTA. Bonnie KELLY PRESTON.
Wendell ARYE GROSS. Jill DEBORAH FOREMAN , Yuri
JAMES KEACH. Cameron CHARLES MARTIN SMITH
Director Dave Thomas (1989, 15) * See Films: pages 56-61 * *