Herman grows convinced that a local TV contest is fixed.
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Animation. Doc plans an experiment. Repeat
Action with the teenage turtles.............
Whine, Whine, Whine. Lois and Clark both have important decisions to make abouttheirfuture. Repeat
Singer Tatyana Ali and boy band Next of Kin join Zoe Ball and Jamie Theakston in the studio this morning while chat-show host Vanessa Feltz appears in the Staff Room. In Electric Circus, there's a look at the new Disney computer animation, A Bug's Life, plus celebrity gossip.
There's more 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 get the critical treatment in Hit, Miss or Maybe, and the latest computergames are rounded up in J:Drive. Executive producer Chris Bellinger
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12.10pm News; Weather Subtitled .
Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus Gary Lineker looks back at last week's FA Cup fourth-round action and previews the weekend's FA Premiership programme, including tomorrow's Arsenal v Chelsea derby.
1.10, 1.40, 2. 10 Racing FromAyr, featuring races at 1.15, 1.45 and 2.15. Commentary comes from Jim McGrath , Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
1.25,2.35,3.35 Rugby Union Ulster v Colomiers
Live coverage of the European Cup final from Lansdowne Road, Dublin (kickoff
2.45pm). The Ulstermen, who are aiming to become the first Irish side to win the trophy, have upset all the odds to reach the final. After a memorable semi-final win over Stade Francais in Belfast, they now face another French side whose lineup includes international full-backJean-Luc Sadourny. Commentary comes from Jim Neilly and Fergus Slattery.
1.55,2.25,3.25,4.20 Athletics Action from the AAA's Indoor championships at the National Indoor Arena in Birmingham. Britain's top athletes will be aiming to secure a place in the team bound forthe World Indoor championships in Japan in March. Commentary by David Coleman , Steve Cram , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster and Stuart Storey.
4.40 Final Score The day's results.
Executive producerMartin Hopkins; EditorCarl Hicks Digital widescreen
Videoplus codes for 12.15-5.15
The Sausage in the Wardrobe. Attempts are made to rescue Maria and the Fallen
A compilation of highlights from the recent series of the family game show. Including another chance to see host Jim Davidson masquerading as Elton John , Rod Stewart and a Spice Girl. With Melanie Stace.
More fun from the Great House hosted by Noel Edmonds. NTV takes another viewer by surprise, while another celebrity receives a Gotcha. Atopgoalkee per plays Sofa Soccer, and more youngsters chat to Phibber the frog and Waffle the squirrel.
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Duran Duran and M People provide music as Dale Winton hosts the weekend show, which could turn a lucky lottery contestant into a millionaire.
Director Richard Valentine
Producer Damon Pattison
Digital widescreen Subtitled ...
r Human Traffic. Max and Charlie become concerned at the growing number of complaints from patients. But one woman has reason to be grateful for Sean Maddox 's diligence. See today's choices.
Written by Jeff Povey ; Series producer
Johnathan Young : Director Philippa Langdale HolbyCity continues on Tuesday at 8pm
Then National Lottery Update.
Third in the six-part drama about British holiday reps set in Cyprus.
Starring Michelle Collins
Carol agrees to organise a small wedding for two holiday-makers. See today's choices.
Written by Mike Bullen
Producer Kay Patrick ; Director Renny Rye
Digital widescreen Subtitled.....
I Bride and gloom: Wendy's wedding day brings a few shocks and surprises in Sunburn
8.55pm BBCl It seems that every person in the fictional resort of Limanaki has a relationship problem: either unrequited love (or lust), two-timing (or in the case of a handsome new rep three-timing), or simply due to a misunderstanding.
The main story revolves around a young couple who arrive in Cyprus with the intention of getting married with the minimum of fuss. No cake, no flowers, no church they tell Carol, who is trying to organise it. "We wanted a quiet wedding in a Penge registry office but our family had other plans," explains the woman, pathetically.
Then, as happens in all the best dramas, the family turns up. Before you can say "wedding bells", the whole event spirals out of control with accusations being thrown around like confetti.
Rerun of the comedy series.
Calendar. Aclient offers Kate the chance to meet her idol.
KateCAROLINEQUENTIN, Douglas CHRIS LANGHAM . Mel AMANDA HOLDEN , Craig DARREN BOYD. Tony CLIFF PARISI
Written by Chhs Langham and John Morton
Director John Stroud ; Producer Nick Symons Repeat
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With Nicholas Witchell. Weather
Gary Lineker introduces highlights from three of today's games in the FA Premiership, including resurgent Liverpool's game at Coventry City. Match commentary by John Motson ,
Barry Davies and Jon Champion , with studio analysis from Alan Hansen and Mark Lawrenson.
Producer Paul McNamara ; Editor Niall Sloane Repeated tomorrow at 6.40am
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Thriller starring Kim Darby, Tony Musante
Kansas City, 1931: an heiress faces the unwelcome affection of a psychopath when she is taken hostage by the notorious Grissom Gang.
Director Robert Aldrich (1971)
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Another compilation of amusing clips from the Carry On films.
Followed by Weather
Sue Barker introduces live coverage of the men's singles final atthe Australian Open in Melbourne. In last year's final, Czech Petr Korda beat Chile's
Marcelo Rios. Commentary by John Barrett. With Chris Bailey. Senior producer Mark Wilkin ; Executive producer Barbara Slater