Herman decides to take dancing lessons.
(Black and white) (Repeat)
Animation about boy called Jamal and his teddy....
Action with the teenage turtles
Wall of Sound. A criminal whose sonic weapon can halt even the Man of Steel holds Metropolis to ransom. Yet, even before the city quakes, agulfopens up between Lois and Clark.
Among the guests joining Zoe Ball and Jamie Theakston on the live entertainment show are Adam Rickett, who plays Nick Tilsley in Coronation Street, Mark Speight from Smart and Kele Le Roc , who performs her new single, Little Bit of Lovin'.
Plus Kate Sanderson presents Electric Circus, which looks at 911 recording the theme tune for Linford's Record Breakers.
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Presenter (Electric Circus):
Introduced by Steve Rider from Wentworth, and RayStubbs.
12.20, 2.10 Golf Live coverage of the World Match Play championship from Wentworth. TigerWoods heads a high-class field of 12 that also includes the Open and US Masters champion Mark O'Meara as well as defending champion and USPGA winner Vijay Singh.
Commentary by Peter Alliss , Alex Hay , Mike Hughesdon , Beverley Lewis and Dougie Donnelly.
12.30 Football Focus RayStubbs reviews the midweek international action as the home countries bid to qualify for Euro 2000 - England were in Luxembourg, Scotland entertained the Faroe Islands and Wales met Belarus.
Plus there's a preview of the afternoon's Premiership action, including the 159th Merseyside derby.
1.20 Snooker From the Guild Hall in Preston, coverage of the best-of-nine-frames, second-round matches in the Grand Prix-the first world-ranking tournament of the season. Last year's surprise winner Dominic Dale will be hoping to retain his title, but the favourite is new world number one, John Higgins. CommentaryClive Everton,
Ray Edmonds , Dennis Taylor and John Virgo.
4.45 Final Score The day's results. Executive producer Martin Hopkins Executive editor Dave Gordon
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The Execution. Rene is captured while attempting to blow up a railway line.
More family teams test their skills in a variety of light-hearted games -tonight including
Bhangra and break-dancing, sculpting with sugar and making beertankards on the potter's wheel. Hosted by Jim Davidson and assistant Melanie Stace.
Director Simon Staffurth
Producer Sue Andrew
The entertainment show returns with a host of new features, ideas and characters, including Sofa Soccer, a bizarrely competitive twist to
NTVandPhibbertheFrogjoins Waffle forthe My Little Friend spot. See today's choices. Director Penny Ewing; Producer
PhilipKampff Subtitled .......... ♦ Life of the party: This week; page 6
Bob Monkhouse presides over this week's lottery draw, with special guest Cher. Plus a report on some of the good causes that have benefited from lottery cash. Director Richard Valentine ; Producer
Tina tells Sam that she is concerned about Sean's behaviour and Max sees George treating a drug addict who happens to be his son. See today's choices.
Written by Simon Mirren
Norman Wisdom's Kind of Day: page
Then National Lottery Update
Heathrow-based docusoap series.
Animal health officer Stuart King has a close encounter with an angry rottweiler and the pressmen jostle to greet Tony Blair at the opening of Heath row's rail link. See today's choices.
Producer David Biddle ; Series producer
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Mulder and Scully investigate when several women in a rural community claim that they were seduced and left pregnant by a creature resembling Frankenstein's monster.
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Peter Cockroft
Featuring highlights from the 159th Merseyside derby between Everton and Liverpool at Goodison Park. Introduced by Ray Stubbs , with analysis from Alan Hansen and Mark Lawrenson
and commentary from Barry Davies , John Motson and Tony Gubba.
Producer Paul McNamara ; Editor Niall Sloane Repeated tomorrow at 7.20am
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♦ See Alan Hansen : page 58
Ally McCoist and Fred MacAulay chat to Jack Docherty and Moray Hunter , the writers behind The
Creatives, and Everton manager Walter Smith at Manchester's
Director Justin C Adams ; Producer
Last of the comic sketch series.
Shown last Wednesday Subtitled 900243 7
Comedy chat show.
Shown last Thursday
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Followed by Weather