A Visit from the Teacher. Eddie's teacher is worried about his pupil's home life.
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7.25 News and Weather
With Kirsten O'Brien and Otis the Aardvark Animation. Mr Plod falls off his ladder. Repeat .......................
Cartoon about a boy and hisorcafriend. Repeat
Cartoon comedy capers from the Evergreen Forest.
Animation about boy called Jamal and his teddy....
Cartoon adventures of seven telepathic super-powered heroes.
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The series from 1992.
Ray gets the wrong idea when Ms Janowitz asks him to help with the writers' week.
Written by Chris Ellis
Live action/animated sitcom about school life. Victor meets the girl of his dreams
This week the pop magazine is presented by Irish singer Kerri-Ann and includes the second question in the Spice Girls competition
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Introduced by Ray Stubbs.
10.45,1.40,2.55,3.25,4.00 Cricket: Fifth Test Coverage from Headingley of the third day's play in the Fifth and final
Comhill Test between England and South Africa. With the series level at 1-1 after
England's eight-wicket victory in the Fourth Test, both sides will be going all out for a win that would clinch the series.
The countries have previously met eight times at Headingley with England enjoying five wins to South Africa's one. Richie Benaud , David Gower ,
Geoffrey Boycott , Barry Richards , Chris Broad and Tony Lewis provide commentary. ♦ See Jonathan Agnew : page 37
1.05 Speedway Coverage of the British
Grand Prix from Coventry stadium. This is the fourth round of a six-race series and Sweden's Tony Rickardsson will be looking to stretch his lead in the riders' championship. Britain's Chris Louis lies fifth in the table and a win in this race would keep his title hopes alive. Commentary is by Barry Nutley and Simon Wigg.
2.40,3.10,3.40 Racing From Ascot, featuring races at 2.45, 3.15 and at 3.50. Commentary is provided by Jim McGrath , Willie Carson and Clare Balding.
4.40 News Roundup Including all the day's Football League results.
Executive producer Martin Hopkins : Editor Carl Hicks Videoplus code for 10.45-5.05
10.45-1.40 (not PDC)
5.15 Regional News and Sport
The staff face losing freedom of choice over holidays.
Written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft
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The comic game show hosted by Lily Savage. This week's celebrity guests are actors John Savident , Ian McKellen and Sherrie Hewson, chef Ainsley Harriott and TV presenters Janet Street-Porter and Fiona Phillips.
Director Geoff Miles; Producer Dean Jones
More contestants try to match up real-life couples in the game show presented by Dale Winton. Among the clues they are given is a short film tour round the mystery partners' homes. The big prize is a dream holiday.
Continuing the series featuring the gadget wielding crime-busters.
As an out-of-control military satellite hurtles towards Earth, the team heads for a mid-ocean tracking station in a bid to avert a global tragedy. See today's choices.
Tonight's show comes from the Opera House in Bournemouth where comic Bradley Walsh introduces soul superstars Simply Red (who perform the Hollies' 1974 hit The Air That I Breathe) and dance group Steps. Plus Amanda Reddington reports on how good causes have benefited from lottery cash.
Old rivalries flare on big match day.
A new series of Casualty begins in September.
Episode written by Andrew Holden; Producer Sally Haynes; Director Gwennan Sage
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Then National Lottery Update
Angus Deayton delves into the archives to find clips of stars before they made the big time.
The programme includes footage of Jeremy Paxman, John Wayne, Glenda Jackson and Ruby Wax.
Versatile comic Bob Monkhouse marks his recent 70th birthday with a look back at highlights from his varied career in standup, films and television.
Bob Monkhouse returns to BBC1 on Wednesday at 8.30pm to host the National Lottery Draw.
See today's choices.
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Michael Fish
Supernatural thriller starring Tim Matheson
A high-school teacher returns to his hometown where he witnessed his brother's murder 27 years earlier. He finds there are ghosts from that night who have an old score to settle.
Director Tom McLoughlin (1991,15)
â™¦ See Films: pages 44-49 *
Drama. A new girl arrives at an American college and causes such havoc among her fellow students that they decide to take action.
Director Uli Edel (1994, 15)
♦See Films: pages 44-49
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