Roots, the Herb. Harry has a natural remedyfor George's injured knee.
Repeat Stereo Subtitled.....
Animated feline fun.
Futuristic animation based on a comic-strip hero from 1936.
Aftera a plane crash, Jessie finds herself in a lost land of ice and snow
Today's guests include pop groups
Boyzone and the Spice Girls. This week's Electric Circus is presented by Toby Anstis , 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 and Rugrats. With Zoe Ball and Jamie Theakston. EditorChrisBellinger Stereo .................
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Introduced by Steve Riderfrom Wilderspool.
12.20 Football Focus Gary Lineker previews the weekend's FA Cup quarter-final action and reviews last week's
European Cup games involving Newcastle, Liverpool and Manchester United.
1.05,1.40,2.10 Racing From Chepstow, with races at 1.15, 1.45 and 2.15.
Commentary Peter O'Sullevan ,
Julian Wilson , Richard Pitman , Peter Scudamore.
1.25, 1.55, 2.25 Athletics Coverage from the World Indoor championships in Paris. Including action from last night's men's 60m final, the first round of the men's 4 x 400m relay, the women's 800m semi-finals, and the first round of the men's 60m hurdles featuring Britain's
Colin Jackson. Commentary David Coleman , Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson.
Coverage continues at 12 midnight.
2.40,3.55 Rugby League
Warrington Wolves v Salford Reds
Live coverage from Wilderspool of today's quarterfinal of the Challenge Cup, kickoff 3pm. it's been 23 years since Warrington last won the cup, and seven years since their lastfinal; whereas Salford have not been to Wembley since 1969. With commentary by Ray French , Steve Simms , Joe Lydon and Richard Duckenfield.
3.45 Football Half-Times
4.40 Final Score A roundup of today's key results and sporting news.
Producer Martin Hopkins ; Editor Dave Gordon Stereo
Videoplus code for 12.15-5.20 ...............
A chance to see another episode from the classic wartime comedy.
The Royal Train. When King George VI passes through Walmington by train, the platoon provide aguard of honour.
Written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft
Producer David Croft Postponed from 1 March
Lance Corporal Jones:
ARP Warden Hodges:
Brutal Youth. When elderly prison convict Connor Schenk escapes from jail, Jimmy Olsen suddenly develops a mysterious ageing problem and the Metropolis Bank is robbed. Lois and Clark find themselves in a race against time to uncover the causes of Olsen's rapid ageing- before it's too late.
Old Jimmy Olsen:
Young Connor Schenk:
Old Benny Rockland:
Noel Edmonds opens the doors of the Great House at Crinkley Bottom, for another evening of light-hearted entertainment. Tonight's celebrity guests include actress
Samantha Janus , pop singer Sean Maguire , and Wheel of Fortune's JennyPowell.
Meanwhile singer Paul Young receives this week's Gotcha award and performs his new single / Wish You Love. Plus the last chance to win a trip to New York. Producer Guy Freeman ; Executive producer
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Dale Winton presents the last of four acts hoping to become Britain's entry in thisyear's Eurovision Song Contest. Viewers will be able to vote fortheir favourite song in tomorrow's Great British Song Contest at 3.30pm.
Including an update of Comic Relief's Red Nose Day which kicks off on Friday at 7pm on BBC1. There's also music from singer Lisa Stansfield and more playful predictions from Mystic Meg.
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The second in an eight-part mystery series about a time-travelling detective.
Starring Michael French
Chloe Annett , Sue Johnston
Death in the Family. Slade and Holly travel back in time to investigate the murder of Holly's aunt, who was apparently poisoned in a restaurant. See today's choices.
Written by Anthony Horowitz
Producer Brian Eastman : Director Rick Stroud
* See Sci-fi: page 42
Followed by National Lottery Update
A Screen One drama, based on the true story of one of Scotland's most notorious criminals, starring
Billy Connolly Edinburgh 1788: the city is rocked by the news that Deacon Brodie - master cabinet maker and respected town councillor- has been found guilty of a string of crimes and sentenced to death. See today's choices.
Written by Simon Donald
Producer Greg Brenman ; Director Philip Saville
♦ Spotlight on Billy Connolly : page 9
Louis the apprentice:
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Bill Giles.
Featuring FA Cup highlights from the game between Derby and Middlesbrough, plus a review of the Premiership match between Arsenal and Nottingham Forest. Including all the goals and news from the day's other Premiership fixtures. Commentary John Motson , Tony Gubba and Jon Champion .
Introduced by Desmond Lynam , with Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking.
Series producer John Shrewsbury : Editor Niall Sloane Repeated tomorrow at 6.20am
MATCH OF THE DAY - THE MAGAZINE: price Â£1.00. See Alan Hansen : page 40
Coverage from the World Indoor championships in Paris of today's main events. Includingthe finals of the men's 200m and 1500m, the women's 200m and 3,000m, and the semi-finals of the women's 400m. Plus action from the men's 60m hurdles qualifying rounds, with Colin Jackson hoping for a place in tomorrow's final. Commentary David Coleman , Stuart Storey ,
Paul Dickenson and Linford Christie.
Introduced by Helen Rollason and Jonathan Edwards.
Producer Mark Wilkin ; Editor Peter Allden
Another chance to see the third part of a comedy series centred round a school. On the day of a staff meeting, Galfast High gets some unwanted media coverage. Shown last Thursday Partfourandcaston Thursday at9.35pm Stereo Subtitled ....
The latest hits from the UK charts.
Shown yesterday Stereo Subtitled.....
Ray Sharkey New York 1959: with limited outlets for his songs, songwriter
Vincent Vacarri recognises what the rock 'n' roll audience wants from a performer, and sets about moulding a young man into a singing sensation.
Director Taylor Hackford (1980, 15) .... * See Films: pages 56-59 ****