Herman's Sorority Caper. Thefamilyhome is paid an unexpected visit by students.
With Kirsten O'Brien and Otis the Aardvark.
Presenter (Saturday Aardvark):
Cartoon about a boy and his orca friend.
Cartoon capers from the Evergreen Forest.
Comedy-drama set on an island. Repeat
Animation about a teddy that only comes alive for a boy called Jamal. Featuring the voice of rap starToneLoc
The series from 1992.
Where is Ted when Chrissy needs him?
Written by Sarah Daniels Repeat Subtitled .
Live action/animated sitcom about a student comic.
This week's edition of the pop magazine is introduced by teen star Billie Piper and includes an interview with Peter And re in New York
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Introduced from Loch Lomond by Steve Rider.
11.05 Cricket Focus
A preview of the Benson and Hedges Cup final between
Essex and Leicestershire, being played at Lord's today. Plus a look back at last week's Third Test between England and South
Africa and the NatWest Trophy matches.
11.30MotorSport Coverage of rounds 13 and 14 of the British Touring Car championships, from the Croft circuit in the North East. The Swede Rickard Rydell has a 33-point lead following another second place at Donington Park, while John Cleland 's victory enabled him to leapfrog into second spot. Commentary by Charlie Cox and John Watson.
12.30pm World Cup Football Focus A look ahead to tomorrow's final.
1.00 Golf Live coverage of the final day's pi ay from the Loch Lomond World
Invitational. The world's top players will be out in force to win the competition as a confidence-booster ahead of Thursday's Open championship at Royal Birkdale. Commentary by Peter Alliss , Alex Hay , Mike Hughesdon and Beverly Lewis.
4.40 Swimming Action from the Commonwealth Games Trials, from
Sheffield, to decide places on the English team for the Kuala Lumpurgames in September. Andy Jameson and Adrian Moorhouse are the commentators.
Executive producer Martin Hopkins : Editor Carl Hicks Videoplus code for 11.00-5.15 ........
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A Preview Of The
A Change Is as Good as a Rest. Staffing arrangements lead to fun and games. Written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft
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Terry Wogan relives amusing moments from World Cup matches past and present. Guests include Geoff Hurst.
Director Ben Kellett ; Producer Tom Webber
A two-part story of the high-tech crime-busters in a newten-part series.
Absent Friends. Theteam swings into action to search for Ros, who has mysteriously vanished. See today's choices.
Written by Colin Brake ; Producer
Brian Eastman ; Director Gwennan Sage
* Everybody's talking about ... Jaye Griffiths : page 13
Presented by Anthea Turner and Patrick Kielty. Tonight Philippa Forrester , Annabel Croft , Barry McGuigan and Stephen Billington challenge stars of the motor racing circuit. With music from the Mavericks and the regular National Lottery draw. Next Saturday BradleyWalsh presents the National Lottery Draw on the Road.
Producer Philip Kampff ; Executive producer TonyWolfe Subtitled ..............
Pat and Roy's whistle stop tour continues.
But it's a game of two halves for Barry and the lads.
Another episode and the World Cup final can be seen tomorrow at 7pm. See today's choices.
'Ere we go, 'ere we go, 'ere we go...Walford's finest take a trip to World Cup France in EastEnders
There are two extra episodes of the soap this week, demonstrating that World Cup football is just as important to the inhabitants of Walford as it is to the rest of the country.
For Huw, Lenny, Robbie and Barry, the dream weekend in Paris is fast turning into a nightmare and hits an all-time low when Barry reveals a problem with the tickets.
Can things get any worse for the lads? And will the romantic setting of Paris help Pat and Roy sort out their differences? There's another episode tomorrow.
The first episode from the last series of the hospital drama. Give My Love to Esme. Six newcomers to the casualty department find themselves thrown in at the deep end after an explosion in the city centre.
Episodewritten by Ginnie Hole ; Producer Sally Haynes ; Director Peter Barber-Reming Repeat
Jack Hath away:
With Michael Buerk. Weather
Then National Lottery Update
Award-winning hit comedy, starring
John Cleese , Jamie Lee Curtis
Kevin Kline , Michael Palin
Respectable British barrister Archie Leach finds his life turned upside down when he falls for beautiful American
Director Charges Crichton (1988, 15)
* See Films: pp 50-57 *****
Comedy starring Sidney James, Barbara Windsor, Kenneth Williams
In Georgian England all travellers are fair game to the roguish band of highwaymen led by Dick Turpin.
See Films: pages 50-57 ***
Dick Turpin/Rev Flasher:
Capt Desmond Fancey:
Sir Roger Daley:
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BBCljoinsthe news station.