Come Back, Little Googie. Grandpa foolishly tries turning Eddie's friend into a rabbit.
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Animation narrated by John Alderton.
And the Wind
Cries.... Wendigo. The Hulk shoulders the blame for a beast's bad behaviour.
Action with the teenage turtles....
The new boss of Intergang is seeking to control the Daily Planet. With Dean Cain and Teri Hatcher. (Repeat)
Zoe Ball and Jamie Theakston welcome chart-topping rock band Babylon Zoo and entrepreneur Richard Branson. Nicole Kidman talks about her new movie Practical Magic in Electric Circus. There's comedy from Gez Foster, Ben Ward and Richard Webb , fun with Mr Blobby and the leprechauns, and cartoon adventures with Godzilla and Rugrats. New pop videos getthe critical treatment in Hit, Miss or Maybe, and the latest computergames are rounded up in J:Drive.
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Editor Angela Sharp
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1.35,2.05,2.40 Racing From Haydock
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1.55Skiing Men's downhill action from Kitzbuhel, Austria, in which the home country's skiers are expected to dominate despite failingto gain top-three places in this race last year. Commentary Julian Tutt.
2.25 Around the Grounds Pre-match team rundowns from football grounds.
2.55 Indoor Bowls Semi-final action from
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In the last show of this run, four familyteams playfavourite games selected from the series by host Jim Davidson and assistant Melanie Stace.
Guests are entertainers Joe Brown and Joe Pasquale ,
Ground Force gardener Charlie Dimmock , EastEnders actress Wendy Richard and dance troupe the Roly Polys.
Director Simon Staffurth ; Producer Sue Andrew Digitalwidescreen
Hosted by Noel Edmonds.
Another viewer is caught by the NTV cameras, while a celebrity receives a Gotcha. Phibberthe frog and Waffle the squirrel chat to youngsters in My Little Friend, and another Premiership goalkeeper plays Sofa Soccer.
Director Patrick Cowap ; Producer Philip Kampff Digital widescreen
Hosted by Dale Winton , with music from the re-formed US rock band Blondie and percussive group Stomp.
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Drama looms when Holby's football team play their big game.
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Second in the six-part comedy-drama series set in Cyprus, starring Michelle Collins
Laura has to look after a family of appalling holidaymakers, while Carol conspires to reunite Nicki with Yiannis. See today's choices.
Written by Mike Bullen ; Director Kay Patrick Executive producer Antony Wood
Continuing the rerun of the first series of the comedy starring Caroline Quentin, Chris Langham
At a wedding, the bride's old flame is looking for a place to stay.
With Nicholas Witchell. Weather
Desmond Lynam introduces highlights from today's FA Cup fourth-round fixtures, including Portsmouth v Leeds United and Blackburn Rovers' clash with Sunderland. Commentary is by John Motson , Tony Gubba and Jon Champion , while Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking tackle the main talking points in the studio. Plus a roundup of othergames. Producer Paul McNamara ; Editor Niall Sloane Repeated tomorrow at 7.20am
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Erotic thriller starring
A wealthy socialite creates a subterfuge to lure a builder into her world of lust and deceit.
Director Felix Enriquez Alcala (1995)
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