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Zarkov's latest weapon against Ming in the desolate Land of the Dead.
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Cartoon adventures with the kind-hearted cat.
Cartoon capers from the Evergreen Forest. (Repeat)
Zoe Ball and Jamie Theakston 's guests include former Brookside actress
Anna Friel. Plus music from Bryan Adams , and problem advice from Dr Aric Sigman.
There's mischief from the Leprechauns. comedy from Ben, Gez and Richard, plus Mr Blobby , Kenan and Kel, and cartoon action with the Rugrats and Spiderman.
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Introduced by Steve Rider at Wembley, with Jonathan Davies and Gavin Hastings.
12.20 Football Focus GaryLineker previews this weekend's FA Cup quarter-finals, and looks back at the week's main talking points.
1.05 Rugby Union France v Ireland
Live coverage of Ireland's first visit to the French side's new home, the Stade de France in Paris, kickoff 2pm.
Ireland haven't beaten France for 15 years, and they haven't managed a win in Paris since 1972. The home team will be odds-on favourites for their third Five
Nations win, after beating England 24-17 in France, and Scotland 51-16 at
Murrayfield, and there seems to be little the Irish can doto stopthe French completing the next stage of the Grand
Slam and retaining their Five Nations title.
Ireland losttheiropeninggame against
Scotland 16-17 and will almost certainly be fighting Wales for the wooden spoon. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith and Philip Matthews. Subtitled
4.00,4.55 Rugby Union Wales v Scotland
Live coverage of the Lloyds/TSB international at Wembley, kickoff 4pm.
Wales travel to theirtemporary home at
Wembley, duringthe redevelopment of Cardiff Arms Park, lookingfortheir 56th victory in 102 games against Scotland.
Smarting from theirrecord 60-26 hammering by England two weeks ago, Wales will be hoping for a more even contest and a repeat of last season's win at Murrayfield, which could see them move off the bottom of the Five Nations table. Commentary by Bill McLaren and Eddie Butler. Subtitled
4.45 Football Headlines
5.40-6.00 Final Score News and results.
TV presentation (rugby union) Gareth Mainwaring Editor Dave Gordon
Videopluscode for 12.15-6.00 ........
With Chris Lowe.
Weather Michael Fish
In the final programme of the current series, Jim Davidson and Melanie Stace choose some of theirfavourite games which have featured previously, and put new contestants through their paces in tasks such as leading an aerobics class, body painting, and traditional Irish dancingwith the cast of the musical Shehallion.
The series returns in the autumn.
Director Geoff Miles ; Producer
More fun and games from the Great House at Crinkley Bottom, with Noel Edmonds. Regular guests BradleyWalsh and Leslie Grantham drop in for another visit, Mr Blobby causes more mischief, make-up artist
Sebastian provides some more useless advice, and there's a Gotcha for Emmerda/e actress
Malandra Burrows. Plus regular features The Secret World of the Teenager, Panel Beaters, My Little Friend and NTV.
Director Richard Valentine ; Producer
Terry Wogan hoststonight's show, which features the third entry in the Great British Song Contest, hopingto represent the UK in the Eurovision Song Contest on 9 May. Plus music from singer Robbie Williams , an appearance from former lottery regular Mystic Meg , Simon London looks at how lottery money has been helpingthe world of music, and there is an interview with the youngest ever lotteryjackpot winner. ProducerPeterEstall
NOTE: the winning numbers from previous lottery draws are available on Ceefax page 555 or by calling the Players' Lottery Helpline on AUDIENCES: if you would like to join the studio audience for National Lottery Live, write to: Audience Services, BBC TV, London W127RJ.
Action comedy starring
When his boss is murdered, Detroit cop Axel Foley tracks down the suspects to a Californian theme park called
Wonder World, where he teams up once more with old friend Billy Rosewood to crack the case.
Director John Landis (1994, 15)
* See Films: pages 56-62 *
Then National Lottery Update
Uncle Dave Thornton:
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Isobel Lang
Highlights oftoday's FACup quarter-final action. Plus a roundup of goals from all the other Premiership matches.
Commentary by John Motson ,
Barry Davies , Jon Champion and TonyGubba. Introduced by Desmond Lynam , with Alan Hansen and Mark Lawrenson.
Producer Paul McNamara : EditorNiall Sloane Repeatedtomorrowat6.30am Seealso Match of the Day tomorrow at 9.55pm
BBC MATCH OF THE DAY MAGAZINE: available monthly.
* See Alan Hansen : page 49
Mrs Merton welcomes two more celebrities onto her comfy sofa. Shown last Thursday
A rundown of the latest hits.
In the early 1900s, an English anthropologist discovers a strange, frozen ape-man in China. But while it isbeing transported backto England on board the Trans-Siberian
Express, the creature defrosts and escapes from its crate, beginning ajourney of terror for all the passengers.
Prof Alexander Saxton. .. CHRISTOPHER LEE
Director Eugenio Martin
(1972,15) .......................... * See Rims: pages 56-62 ***
Followed by Weather
The continuous-news station.