Yes Galen, There Is a Herman. Herman develops a friendship with a young boy.
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Animation . Norman makes a stink bomb. Repeat
More animated neonatal naughtiness. Repeat ...
Animation featuring the verdant giant and his cousin
Live action fun with the reptiles.
A sweepstake creates confusion among the family. Repeat .......................
Actress Denise Welch (Coronation Street's Natalie Barnes) and EastEnders-star-turned-singer Martine McCutcheon are among the guests dropping in to chat with Zoe Ball and Jamie Theakston.
In Electric Circus, Kate Sanderson looks at Easter film releases including An Ideal Husband and Mighty Joe Young. Plus more comedy from Ben Ward, Gez Foster, Richard Webb, and Mr Blobby.
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus Gary Lineker looks ahead to this week's Euro 2000 qualifiers includingtoday's England v Poland clash. ♦ See Alan Hansen : page 41
1.10,4.30Athletics Coverage ofthe World Cross-Country championships in Belfast. Britain's Paula Radcliffe competes in the women's long race at 1.15, while
John Mayock leads the home challenge in the men's 4km race at 4.30. Commentary by David Coleman and Brendan Foster.
1.50,2.20,3.25 Racing FromNewbury, featuring races at 2.00,2.30 and 3.30. Commentary by John Hanmer , Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore. Plus, at
2.10pm, a preview of the Dubai World Cup which is live tomorrow at 5.15 on BBC2.
2.15,2.40,3.40 Rugby League
Castleford Tigers v London Broncos
Coverage of this Challenge Cup semi-final from Headingley (kickoff 2.45pm).
Castleford disposed of Salford in the last round while London's 54-6 victory over
Whitehaven included five tries from Martin Offiah. Commentary by Ray French and Jonathan Davies. The second semi-final between Bradford Bulls and Leeds
Rhinos is tomorrow at 1.55pm on BBC2.
4.45 Final Score Results, plus reports on this afternoon's Euro 2000 qualifiers. TV presentation (athletics) Martin Webster EditorCarl Hicks Digital widescreen
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2.40-5.10(notPDC) ...................... ♦ Win tickets for the Five Nations match between Wales and England: page 42
The Flight of Fancy. Rene and the Resistance attempt to getthe airmen back home. Repeat
Aspiring stars Pippa Casey from Leicester and Noah from Harrow in north-west London compete in the final heat of the pop talent show hosted by Ronan Keating.
There's also a chance for viewers to vote for their favourite runner-up from the series, who will join the eight heat-winners in the final on Easter Monday.
Producer Martin Scott
Executive producer Adam Wood
Snooker game show hosted by Jim Davidson , with John Virgo. Tonight's guest professionals are Joe Johnson , DeneO'Kane and Lee Richardson.
Director Richard Valentine : Producer
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Terry Wogan delves into the BBC archives and comes up with another selection of amusing outtakes. Among those getting an unwelcome reminder of their howlers are the stars of Men Behaving Badly, EastEnders, and Ballykissangel.
Brian Conley hosts the lottery-draw show, plus a second chance for a luckless individual, and a problem solved by Julia Bradbury.
Paradise Lost. A riot breaks out after a local newspaper reveals that a convicted paedophile is now living on a nearby housing estate. See today's choices.
Written by Tony Jordan
Producer John Yorke : Director Tim Leandro Digital widescreen
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The celebrations to mark the 250th episode of the popular medical drama conclude with the viewers' favourite edition.
The programme was selected in a telephone vote involving a shortlist of six episodes. See today's choices.
Executive producer Richard Fell
With Peter Sissons. Weather
Period drama starring Demi Moore, Gary Oldman, Robert Duvall
A woman arrives in an early American colony to prepare a home for her husband, who is to join her later. When word arrives that he has been murdered by Indians, she finds her strong attraction to the local preacher impossible to resist, to the horror of the local Puritan community.
Director Roland Joffe (1995, 15)
Digital widescreen Subtitled. See Films: pages 52-61 **
Pearl [voice only]:
The comedian tackles comedy groupies, drugs in sport and the dangers of mobile phones. Shown last Wednesday
A rundown of the latest hits.
Fantasy drama starring Daryl Hannah
In prehistoric times, a Cro-Magnon girl, Ayla, becomes separated from her mother during an earthquake. But she is found by a tribe of Neanderthals who care for her as she grows up. (1986, 15)
See Films: pages 52-61 **
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