Paul Bumham and friends assess some memorable cartoons
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Action with the teenage turtles
Resurrection. Lois and Clark uncover a murder plot involving some supposedly dead crooks. Repeat
Zoe Ball and Jamie Theakston are joined this morning by actor Paul Nicholls and the star of the stage musical Doctor Dolittle, Phillip Schofield. There's also a chance to meet Steve Wilson and Liz Fraser, the new presenters of L&K Friday which returns on Friday at 4.30pm. Music is from boy band 911 and the cast of the musical Fame and, in Kate Sanderson's Electric Circus, actors Val Kilmer and Ralph Fiennes talk about their roles in the new film The Prince of Egypt.
There's also comedy from Ben Ward, Gez Foster and Richard Webb, Mr Blobby and the leprechauns, cartoon capers with Rugrats. a roundup of new pop releases in Hit, Miss and Maybe, and the latest computer games in J:Drive.
Executive producer Chris Bellinger
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus Gary Lineker previews this weekend's third-round FA Cup matches.
1.15,2.25,4.00 Athletics Coverage from the Great North cross-country races in Durham begins with the women's 5.2km race at 1.15. Other races featured are the men's 3km, which gets underway at 2.25, and the men's 9km at 4.00. Commentary by David Coleman and Brendan Foster.
1.40 Cricket the Ashes Highlights from
Sydney of the first day of the Fifth and final Test between Australia and England.
2.10,2.35,3.10 Racing The highlight of today's three-race card from Newbury is the Challow Hurdle race which starts at
2.45 and carries a prize fund of £25,000. Otherfeatured races are at 2.15 and 3.15.
Commentary by TonyO'Hehir,
Richard Pitman, Peter Scudamore, Clare Balding.
2.55,3.25 World Darts Action from the first day's play in the World Professional Darts championship at the Lakeside
Country Club in Frimley Green. Dutchman Raymond Barneveld , the number one seed, begins the defence of his title with a match against Welshman Sean Palfrey. Commentary comes from Tony Green.
3.50 Football Half-Times
4.40 Final Score An extended programme featuring the third-round of the FA Cup as football's minnows take on the Premiership clubs.
Executive producer Martin Hopkins : Executive editor Dave Gordon Digital widescreen
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Tonight's challenges include stretching bread while preparing an Indian delicacy and crockery throwing, while the grand finale features a dance medley from the City Ballet of London. Joining host Jim Davidson and his assistant Melanie Stace are guests including Nigel Havers , Rick Wakeman, Kirsten O'Brien and Big Break's John Virgo.
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City Ballet of
Noel Edmonds hosts more fun from the Great House. Another viewer is caught unawares by the NTV cameras, while an unwitting celebrity receives a Gotcha. Phibberthe frog and Waffle the squirrel chat to youngsters in My Little Friend, and anothertop goalkeeper comes underfire in Sofa Soccer.
Director Penny Ewing; Producer Philip Kampff Digital widescreen Subtitled ..
Dale Winton presides overthe first lottery draw of 1999 in the company of boy band Ultra, who perform their single Rescue Me. Director Tony Gregory ; Producer Peter Estall Digital widescreen Subtitled ...
Terry Wogan takes another dip into the archives and unearths more embarrassing moments from some of the BBC's most popular shows. Featuring outtakes from EastEnders, As Time Goes By, Ballykissangel, and Can't Cook Won't Cook.
Jim Carrey , Cameron Diaz
Clumsy and shy bank clerk
Stanley Ipkiss discovers an ancient mask which has the powerto transform him into a lime-green cartoon character in a zoot suit, whojust thrives when he is in the spotlight. As his alter ego, Ipkiss sets outto win the affection of the woman of his dreams, Tina Carlyle.
Director Charles Russell (1994. PG)
♦ See Films: pp 42-48 *****
Then National Lottery Update
Stanley Ipkiss/The Mask:
Lieutenant Mitch Kellaway:
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Peter Gibbs
Desmond Lynam introduces the pick of the action from today's
FACupthird-round matches and a roundup of all the other games.
This is the stage where
Premiership clubs enterthe tournament and rarely do they all survive. Top-flight clubs anxious to avoid an ignominous exit this year include Aston Villa , who meet struggling Hull City of the third division, and Leeds who meet non-league Rushden and Diamonds. Commentary comes from John Motson , Barry Davies and Jon Champion , with studio analysis from Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking.
Producer Paul McNamara ; Editor Niall Sloane Repeated tomorrow at 8.05am
Digital widescreen Subtitled . BBC MATCH OF THE DAY MAGAZINE: available monthly
* See Alan Hansen : page 33
Fantasy horror, starring
When scientist Peyton Westlake is hideously disfigured by a vicious gangster, he plots an ingenious revenge using his invention of synthetic skin.
Director Sam Raimi (1990, 18)
♦ See Films: pages 42-48 ****
Drama, based on a true crime story, starring
Ed Begley Jr
January 1988: a bizarre siege situation arises in Utah following the bombi ng of a government building. It is the culmination of events that began in 1979 when a religious fanatic was shot.
Director Charles Haid (1992)
♦ See Films: pages 42-48 *** Followed by Weather
Lieutenant Fred House: