7.35 Smurfs' Adventures
Animation. (Repeat) (Stereo)
8.00 News (Subtitled); Regional News; Weather
Animated adventures. (Repeat)
8.35 To Me...to You
Action quiz game. Shown last Friday (Stereo) (Subtitled)
9.00 News (Subtitled); Regional News; Weather
The cartoon superhero. (Stereo)
Art series. (Repeat) (Stereo)
Animated retelling set in the animal world of the classic Dickens tale. With the voices of Julian Lennon , Michael York , Kelly LeBrock and Sheena Easton.
Director Don Arioli
Disney comedy starring
Peter Ustinov , Helen Hayes
A A British aristocrat steals secret microfilm from a Chinese warlord.
Hnup Wan PETER USTINOV Hettie HELEN HAYES,
Lord Southmere DEREK NIMMO , Emily JOAN SIMS , Fan Choy BERNARD BRESSLAW , Superintendent Grubbs ROY KINNEAR , Harris DERYCKGUYLER
Director Robert Stevenson (1975) Subtitled. * See Films: pages 42-48
Hnup Wan Peter
Lord Southmere Derek
Fan Choy Bernard
Superintendent Grubbs Roy
Tim plays truant to avoid the rumours at school. Lou loses out on a business deal.
Repeated at 5.20pm Stereo Subtitled.
Followed by the Nation's Favourite
Children's Book Michael Palin talks about The Arabian Nights.
Michael Flatley stars in this made-for-TV version of his show. The ancient clans are troubled as a new dark power emerges to challenge the Lord of the Dance.
With Bernadette Flynn and Daire Nolan Director David Mallet
Repeat Stereo Subtitled ................
Comedy starring John Goodman
Peter O'Toole , John Hurt
When the British monarchy is tragically wiped out, the dregs of the royal line produce an unexpected heirto the throne: Las Vegas lounge singer Ralph Jones.
Director David S Ward (1991, PG)
♦ See Films: pages 42-48 **
Romance is in the air but will the wedding evertake place?
Narrated by Robert Lindsay , with the voices of Jim Broadbent ,
Charlotte Coleman , Noreen Kershaw , Rosemary Leach , Alun Lewis , Neil Morrissey , June Whitfield and Michael Williams.
Jenny Powell looks at clips from Disney's latest film Hercules as well as favourites like Winnie the Pooh, George of the Jungle and the live action
Dalmatians. Subtitled ................
Followed by the Nation's Favourite
Children's Book TerrenceHardiman talks about The Borrowers by Mary Norton.
Shown at 1.15pm Stereo Subtitled ..
With Jennie Bond. Weather
Action adventure starring Kevin Costner
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
Morgan Freeman Alan Rickman
After escaping from prison in the Holy Land, Robin of Locksley and his friend Azeem return to
England, where theydiscover Robin's father murdered and King Richard exiled. When they meet a band of thieves in the woods, they join forces to try to oustthe wicked Sheriff of Nottingham. The soundtrack features the Bryan Adams song (Everything I Do) I Do for You.
Director Kevin Reynolds (1991, PG)
♦ See Films: pages 42-48 ****
Robin of Locksley:
Sheriff of Nottingham:
A look back at highlights from last year's Vets' School series which followed the progress of a group of veterinary students as theyworked to become qualified vets. Now graduates, there's a chance to see how the vets fare in Vets in Practice, a ten-part series startingtomorrow at 8pm.
The first of five daily episodes this week. Ricky suffers a crisis of confidence on his big day, but Bianca has problems of her own. A surprise gift puts Phil in a tight spot, while Tiffany is getting into holiday mode with the help of Grant's credit card.
For cast see Tuesday
Concluding the two-part drama adapted by Lizzie Mickery r from Gillian White 's novel.
Starring Keeley Hawes
Joe Duttine , Nicholas Jones Ange finds she needs all her ingenuity to survive the pitfalls of being married to both her original husband Billy and, bigamously, to the wealthy industrialist Sir Fabian Ormerod.
Soon she realises it is time to end the lies. Seetoday'schoices. For cast see Sunday
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Suzanne Charlton
In the final programme of the series, Danny Baker recalls classic soccer action from season 1985-86, togetherwith the music and comedy of the period. The summer of saw English football at its lowest ebb following the traumatic events at Heysel Stadium, but player/manager Kenny Dalglish helped lift spirits at Anfield as Liverpool, together with their great rivals Everton, looked set to dominate the season.
Series producerChris Kelly
Executive producer Tony Moss
* See Alan Hansen : page 37
Concludingthe series of programmes examining some of rock music's classic albums.
Fleetwood Mac : Rumours
Released in 1977, Rumours has sold in excess of 25 million copies and is still the fourth largest-selling album ever. The LP was recorded when
Fleetwood Mac were on a musical high, but enduring a personal low. The two couples within the group- Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham and Christine and John McVie-were splitting up. The programme features interviews with the five band members and footage of the group playing live in concert. Director David Heffernan ; Executive producers Nick De Grunwald , Bous de Jong
Comedy thriller starring
Two misfit brothers seek notoriety by stealing the Crown Jewels and returning them a week later. Buttheircarefully thought-out plan almost inevitably goes wrong.
Director Michael Winner (1967) * See Films: pages 42-48 ***