Herman goes diving with disastrous consequences.
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7.25 News and Weather
Animation. Norman fails to return from picking fruit. Repeat
More animated neonatal naughtiness. Repeat ...
Animation about an intergalactic adventurer. Planet Zenn-Lar is attacked..................
Zoe Ball and Jamie Theakston welcome
Welsh popsters Catatonia and Irish boy band Westlife, while chart quintet Steps take the Hot Seat to offer post-Easter weight-loss advice. Louise guest-presents Electric Circus, which includes Lenny Henrytalkingabouthisnewfilm The
Man, to be shown on Easter Monday at
8.30pm on BBC1. Ben Ward, Gez Foster and Richard Webb provide amusement with the Leprechauns and Mr Blobby.
Plus J:Drive, Hit, Miss or Maybe, Rugrats and adventures with Kenan andKel.
Executive producer Chris Bellinger
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Introduced from the towpath of the Thames by Steve Rider.
See Alan Hansen : page 54
12.20 Football Focus
Ray Stubbs previews the busy Premiership schedule unfolding over the Easter weekend.
From Haydock Park, featuring the 1.30, the 2.00 and the day's main event, the 2.30 Field Marshall Stakes. Commentary Jim McGrath, Willie Carson and Clare Balding.
1.40 Boat Race/Motorsport
The build-up to the annual University Boat Race starts, plus a preview of the British Touring Car championship, coverage of which starts at 2.05 pm in Grandstand on Monday.
2.10 Boat Race/Around the Grounds
More pre-race build-up, and the soccer team sheets rundown.
2.40 Boat Race
The boats take to the water for the 145th University Boat Race, contested by Oxford and Cambridge from Putney to Mortlake. The race is scheduled to begin at 3.30, with commentary from Barry Davies, Chris Baillieu, Jonny Searle and Garry Herbert. Subtitled
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Pulling Power: page 54
4.10 Football News
4.20 World Snooker
Draw For the first round of the World Professional championship, which starts in a fortnight.
4.40 Final Score Today's results.
5.15 News and Weather
5.25 Regional News and Sport
5.30 Davis Cup Tennis: Great Britain v USA
Doubles action from Birmingham's National Indoor Arena.
Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski: People, page 24
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TV presentation (boat race) Barbara Slater
Editor Carl Hicks
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An episode from the first series.
Dorien invites Tracey to a posh "do", and Sharon earns some real money for a change.
Brian Conley hosts the lottery-draw show, plus a second chance for a luckless individual, and a problem solved by Julia Bradbury. DirectorTrevor Hampton; Editor Ruth Wrigley Digital widescreen
Blue Legume. PCs
Jackson and Green try to locate a body in a house fitted with elaborate security devices. See today's choices.
Sgt Yvonne Mackey. .. LORRAINE ASHBOURNE
Written by Tony Hoare
Producer John Yorke ; Director Ken Horn
Then National Lottery Update
DS Ray Pickering:
PC Sue Chappel:
PC Colin Jitlada:
PC Steve Jackson:
PC Pete Redfem:
PC Richard Law:
Concluding the psychological thriller, based on a novel by Minette Walters.
Starring Dervla Kirwan, James Wilby, Paul Freeman.
Following the funeral, Jinx doubts if she really is the killer after all.
Contains strong language and some violent images.
See today's choices.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)
See Drama: page 14
Dr Alan Protheroe:
DI Arthur Maddox:
DS Susie Blake:
DC Gary Fraser:
With Michael Buerk. Weather PhilipAvery
Extended highlights of the match between Wimbledon and Manchester United at
Selhurst Park. Plus goals and key action from today's other Premiership matches, and the March Goal of the Month competition.
Commentary by John Motson , Jon Champion and Simon Brotherton. Introduced by Desmond Lynam with expert analysis from Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking.
Producer Paul McNamara : Editor Niall Sloane Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am
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In the last of this Holy Week series, the Rt. Rev. James Jones joins a West Yorkshire police squad and meets crime writer Frances Fyfield. He asks whether society's fears about crime are well-placed or merely an overreaction.
Last in the series from the veteran stand-up comedian. Shown last Wednesday
A rundown of the latest hits.
When Nikki Walkerfiles for divorce, herwomanising husband hires security guard
Will Griffith to spy on her, hoping to obtain incriminating evidence.
Director Jag Mundhra (1990, 18)
♦ See Films: pages 64-71 **
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