With Sara Coburn.
Timetable on Monday
With Andrew Harvey and Sophie Raworth. Timetable on Monday
Two more contestants find out whether they are true to their star signs. With guest astrologer MarjorieOrr
Topical studio debate, with Robert Kilroy-Silk .
More real-I ife dramafrom Southampton general hospital
Cookery challenge, with Kevin Woodford.
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The consumer programme presented from Gardeners ' World Live in Birmingham. Publicist Max Clifford shows off his garden, Karen Foster looks at floral dresses, plus tips on transforming plastic patio furniture.
Regional News and Weather
Weekday elimination quiz, presented by Bob Monkhouse
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Toadie's attempts to be a DJ mean outwitting Lou. Ben decides he wants to get to know his biological father.
Continued coverage of the third round of the grass court tournament from Queen's Club
Peggy. Poppy and Why go on a caravan holiday. Repeat ......
Animated fun with the crazy animals
Cartoon mouse capers. Repeat ...............
Robot MrWymi and Billytry to outwit Sid and Alf, who sell Matron a defective burglaralarm.
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Last of a two-part story. Grady and Emily's new friend seems to know too much about the weird happenings in the swamp.
Another chance to see record-breaking action with KrissAkabusi, Cheryl Baker , Ron Reagan and Dan Roland. Today's edition features speed-skiing- powered by motorbike: and the cast of lifeguard drama Baywatch. Repeat
With Anna Ford and Jennie Bond.
Weather David Braine
Terry Wogan takes another light-hearted look at the world of sport with a collection of classic mishaps and disasters culled from the BBC archives. Jimmy Tarbuck offers some tales from the golf tees and comic duo
Parsons and Naylor look at the world of sports broadcasting. DirectorAnne Gilchrist; Producer
Live coverage of the Group B encounter from the Stade Municipal in Toulouse (kick-off at 8pm).
Cameroon reached the quarter-finals in 1990 and came close to knocking out England, but four years later they failed to live up to those standards and endured an embarrassing tournament, which included conceding six goals to Russia. Their squad for France is much changed from 1994 and this year they hope to lead the African challenge. They will need to beat Austria if they are to advance to the next stage as the group is made up of Italy and Chile, who met earlier in the day. A potential star in the making is their young striker Joseph-Desire Job. Born in France of Cameroon parents, Job turned down the chance to play for the French Under-21 side and made his debut for Cameroon in the friendly against England last November.
Austria topped Scotland's qualifying group, but a recent 3-0 friendly defeat by the American team is perhaps a better reflection of their ability. Goal scoring has proved their major problem - they rely heavily on 34-year-old Toni Polster who scored seven times in the qualifying rounds. Midfielder Andreas Herzog is another mainstay of the side and, like Polster, is a veteran of Austria's last World Cup campaign. This is Austria's first finals since and the odds on their winning overall are very slim.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen and David Ginola, featuring commentary by John Motson with David Pleat.
See France 98: page 24; and Group B preview: page 33
With Michael Buerk.
Weather David Braine
Another chance to see a classic half-hour of comedy starring Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones.
Featuringcomic sketches and characters, and the infamous head-to-head discussions.
This week's programme features a modern slant on the ten commandments, the advent of widescreen television and what special-effects men might do at a fertility clinic. There's also a series of stereotypical
German generals from warfilms -startingwith the Nazi General Who Is Always Being Fitted for a New Uniform -and this week's head-to-head is all about Griff's deep depression.
Director Dominic Brigstocke Producer Jon Magnusson
David Dimbleby invites a studio audience in Newcastle upon Tyneto put questions, arguments and criticisms to a panel of leading politicians and public figures, including
Jack Cunningham and Shadow Trade Secretary John Redwood.
Director Tim Jeffes ; Editor Simon Ford
Western starring Gary Cooper, Julie London, Lee J Cobb
Arizona 1874: the past catches up with reformed gunslinger Link Jones when he falls into the clutches of his former gang leader Dock Tobin. After years of trying to build a new life as a solid citizen, Link is forced to face up to life with his old gang. Showing in widescreen.
See Films: pages 59-68 ****
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