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The People v Lois Lane. Thefirstofa two-part adventure. Lois finds herself injail charged with murder. Concludes next week. Repeat Stereo
Zoe Ball and Jamie Theakston present the usual mix of music, fun and games. Their special guests are boy band 911, Olympic gold medallist Sally Gunnell and leading US rap starCoolio. New pop releases are reviewed in Hit, Miss or Maybe and Mr Blobby is back with more tomfoolery in Blobby's Office Trolley. There's comedyfrom the Men in Trousers, the Leprechauns are in the studio and the show celebrates the BBC's
75th birthday. Plus entertainment news in Electric Circus with Dannii Minogue, cartoon fun in the Rugrats and US comedy Kenan and Kel, about the madcap adventures of two teenage boys. Editor Chris Bellinger
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus Gary Lineker looks back at last week's crucial World Cup qualifying matches involving England and Scotland, and previews today's action.
1.05 Athletics Coveragefrom Edinburgh of the Commonwealth Festival of Road
Running, including the women's 5,000 metres, in which Yvonne Murray of Scotland and Ireland's Sonia O'Sullivan are highlyfancied. Plus the men's 5,000 metres and the men's international mile.
Commentary by Christina Boxer , David Coleman and Brendan Foster.
2.00 Indoor Bowls The singles semi-finals from the indoor Open tournament in Preston. Contenders include current worldchampion
Hugh Duff , and formerworld champions Andy Thomson and Richard Corsie.
Commentators John Bell , Jimmy Davidson , Mal Hughes and David Rhys-Jones . Coverage of both bowls and snooker continues at 5.10pm on BBC2.
3.15, 3.55 Snooker The Grand Prixfrom Bournemouth reaches the third round.
Many ofthe sport's top names are assembled for this tournament, including last year's winner Mark Williams.
Commentary by Ray Edmonds , Clive Everton and Dennis Taylor.
3.45 Football Half-Times
4.45 Final Score News and results.
Producer Martin Hopkins : Editor Dave Gordon Stereo Videoplus code for 12.15-5.15
5.25-5.30pm Regional News and Sport
A transport strike prevents the Grace Brothers staff from getting home.
Producer David Croft Repeat Subtitled.
The first in a new run of 20 family entertainment shows hosted by Jim Davidson and his assistant
MelanieStace. Each week family teams are put through their paces in a series of comical challenges. Guests include chef Nancy Lam and Darren Day, star of the hit West End musical
Summer Holiday, who performs an excerpt from the showwith other cast members.
Director Richard Valentine ; Producer
Noel Edmonds returns for 22 new programmes from the Great
House at Crinkley Bottom. Tonight's musical guests are the Bee Gees. See today's choices. Director/Producer Guy Freeman
* Noel Edmonds : People, p 12, plus see Family on page 50
Dale Winton 's guests are actor Stephen Fry and Billy Joel , who performs his new song This Is the Time. Stereo Subtitled .
Always on My Mind
An elderly woman presents Jack with a I ifeor-death decision, and a man collapses after being given drugs by a girl. See today's choices.
Episode written by Shelagh Stephenson Producer Sally Haynes ; Director
AnthonyGarner Stereo Subtitled. * The experts' view: p 149, and Julia Watson 's My Kind of Day: p
Followed by National Lottery Update
Derek Sunny Sunderland:
Drama, based on a true story, starring Lindsay Wagner, Piper Laurie
A mother is initially pleased about her daughter's new boyfriend, but soon has cause to question his motives.
Director Peter Levin (1995) â™¦ See Rims: pages 68-79 **
Judge Edna Burton:
With Michael Buerk.
Weather David Lee
Highlights of two of the day's Premiershipgames, including the Merseyside derby between Everton and Liverpool. Plus the day's othergoals. Commentary by Jon Champion , John Motson andTonyGubba. Introduced by Desmond Lynam , with Alan Hansen and Mark Lawrenson.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.20am
See Match of the Day Live Strasbourg v Liverpool on Tuesday at 8pm
* See Alan Hansen : page 54
Shown last Thursday Stereo ..
Ten directors illustrate theirfavourite arias in a diverse series of vignettes.
Starring John Hurt , Sophie Ward , Theresa Russell , Jack Kyle , Marianne McLoughlin ,
Buck Henry , Beverly D'Angelo , Anita Morris , Elizabeth Hurley , Peter Birch , Julie Hagerty , Genevieve Page , Bridget Fonda , James Mathers , Linzi Drew , Andreas Wisniewski , AmyJohnson and Tilda Swinton.
Directors Nicolas Roeg , Charles Sturridge , Jean-Luc Godard , Julien Temple,
Bruce Beresford. Robert Altman , Franc Roddam, Ken Russell , Derek Jarman and Bill Bryden (1987,18) * See Films: pages 68-79 ***