Flash and Zarkov escape the clutches of the King of the Rock Men.
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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 singer Robbie Williams, with his latest single, and for National Science Engineering and Technology Week Peter Snow will be taking viewers' calls on science matters. There's 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.
12.20 Football Focus Gary Lineker looks ahead to a busy Premiership weekend and reflects on the past week.
1.05,1.40,2.10 Racing From Chepstow, featuring races at 1.15 and 1.45, and at 2.15 The Sir Peter O'Sullevan Novices Hurdle, named after the BBC commentator who retired last year after more than 50 years behind the microphone. Commentary by Jim McGrath, Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
1.25 Olympic Magazine Latest news on preparations in Australia for Sydney in 2000, a feature on heptathlete Denise Lewis, and fencing action from Glasgow.
1.55,2.25 Rugby League
Castleford Tigers v Sheffield Eagles Live coverage of the Challenge Cup quarter-final tie at Wheldon Road with the winners just one round away from Wembley. Kick-off 2.30pm. Commentary by Ray French and Jonathan Davies.
4.05 Swimming Coverage from Ponds Forge, Sheffield, of the first European event in the Swimming World Cup series. Swimmers from 29 countries feature, alongside Britain's best, led by double European champion Paul Palmer.
Commentary by Hamilton Bland, Andy Jameson and Sharron Davies.
4.45 Final Score News and results.
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5.25 Regional News and Sport
Wedding bells are in the air for Mrs Slocombe, and the staff set about organising her reception. Written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft
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Jim Davidson and Melanie Stace introduce the first of two compilations featuring some of the best and funniest games and contestants from past series. Producer Jonathan Beazley
More fun and games with Noel Edmonds. Regularguests Bradley Walsh and Leslie Grantham are on hand again, Mr Blobby causes more mischief, and make-up artist Sebastian continues to deliver useless advice. Plus regularfeatures The Secret World of the Teenager, Panel Beaters, My Little Friend and NTV.
Director Richard Valentine ; Producer
Terry Wogan hosts tonight's show, which features the fourth entry in the Great British Song Contest, shown tomorrow at 4.20pm, hoping to represent the UK in the Eurovision Song Contest on 9 May. Plus music from Adam Garcia, star of the West End musical Saturday Night Fever.
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Action adventure starring Alec Baldwin
In thirties New York, playboy millionaire Lamont Cranston wages a brutal war on crime through his alter ego the Shadow - a superhero able to make himself invisible. It is a power he needs following the arrival of a vicious descendant of Genghis Khan with occult powers, intent on bloody world domination. (1994, 12)
See Films: pages 54-60
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Lamont Cranston/The Shadow:
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Highlights of two of today's top games in the FA Premiership, including the top-of-the-table clash between Manchester
United and Arsenal at Old Trafford. PIus today's other Premiership goals and talking points. Commentary by Barry Davies, Tony Gubba and Jon Champion. Introduced by Desmond Lynam, with Trevor Brooking and Mark Lawrenson.
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Mrs Merton , alias
Caroline Aherne , chats to Garry Bushell the Sun's TV critic.
Shown last Thursday
John Inverdale presents the first in the new series of the sports show. Tonight's studio guests include tennis star Ilie Nastase and former world heavyweight boxing champion Joe Frazier.
Shown last Monday (Stereo)
A rundown of the latest hits.
Partially deaf and part-wild Alice, is imprisoned by her stepfather in a filthy outhouse in 1938 rural Georgia. There she is discovered by a neighbour's children, and they decide to secretly nurture and educate her.
Director Diane Keaton (1991.15)
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