Walking Bombs. Rash and his friends are attacked by Ming's mechanical army.
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I've Got You under My Skin. When criminal Woody Samms acquires the abilityto inhabit other people's bodies, he sets his sights on obtaining Clark Kent 's.
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12.20 Football Focus A preview of today's FA Cup fourth-round ties and a look back at the week's Premiership action and news. With Gary Lineker.
1.05, 1.40, 2.10 Racing FromHaydock Park, featuring races at 1.15,2.15 and, at 1.45, The Peter Marsh Steeplechase Handicap. Commentary by Jim McGrath. Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
1.25,1.55,2.25 Tennis Third-round action from the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam tournament of the year, at Melbourne Park. Pete Sampras is defending men's singles champion and teenager Martina Hingis is favourite to retain herwomen's singles title. Commentary by John Barrett.
3.15, 3.55 Indoor Bowls First-round action from the world singles championship. at Preston Guildhall. Commentary by David Rhys Jones and Jimmy Davidson.
3.45 Football Half-times
4.40 Final Score News and results.
Plus brief highlights of Scotland's rugby union international in Italy this afternoon. Producer Martin Hopkins ; Editor Dave Gordon Stereo Videoplus code for 12.15-5.15
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No Sale. Young Mr Grace decides that the store should open at8.30am so that people can shop on their way to work. Wntten by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft
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More family teams go through their paces in a series of comical challenges. The cast of Scottish musical Shehallion joins tonight's show, which has a Scottish flavour in honour of Burns Night tomorrow. With Melanie Stace.
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More fun and games with Noel Edmonds. In an item held over from last week's show there's a Gotcha for Samantha Janus, plus regularfeatures including NTV, My Little Friend and the Secret World of the Teenager. Director Richard Valentine ; Producer
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Guest presenter Gary Wilmot sings some of his favourite songs and looks at how Lottery money has been spent in Vauxhall, south London, where he grew up.
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Nurse Tina Seabrook tells her colleagues she has been mugged, and Elliot's stress worsens.
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Beginning a second six-part series of murder mysteries written by David Renwick. Starring Alan Davies, Caroline Quentin.
Jonathan and Maddy investigate the murder of a horror writer whose killer has disappeared.
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First of a six-part comedy series written by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran. Starring
Harriet Walter , Henry Goodman Amy's life is turned upside down when her ex-husband Spike comes back on the scene.
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Highlights of two of today's top FA Cup fourth-round matches. Commentary by John Motson, Barry Davies and Jon Champion. Introduced by Desmond Lynam, with Alan Hansen and Jimmy Hill. Producer Paul McNamara ; Editor Niall Sloane
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Tonight's edition features Junior Simpson , Matthew Hardy , the Nimmo Twins and Dylan Moran. Hosted by Ardal O'Hanlon. Director Duncan Cooper ; Producer
' Documentary drama followingthe progress of a batch of cocaine, from coca plant to dangerous drug.
Director Martin Donovan (1991.18)
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