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: The Munsters: Lily's Star Boarder

Herman becomes jealous of the new lodger. (Black and White) (Repeat) (Subtitled)

: Fireman Sam

Animation. Uncle Sam, Sarah and James learn the connection between camping, a frog and an oily rag. (Repeat)

: Little Monsters

More animated neonatal naughtiness. (Repeat)

: Conan the Adventurer

Animated adventures from a bygone era. (Repeat)

: Silver Surfer

The Surfer, regaining memory, vows to stop Galactus.

: The Flintstones: Impractical Joker

Barney decides to teach prankster Fred a lesson. (Repeat)

: Live and Kicking

In their last appearance as hosts, Zoe Ball and Jamie Theakston themselves take the Hot Seat, and welcome Boyzone and Adam Rickitt from Coronation Street.
Electric Circus, with Angela Griffin, features Backstreet Boys and entertainment news, and previews the summer's show-business events.
Ben Ward, Gez Foster and Richard Webb provide amusement with the Leprechauns and Mr Blobby. Plus the J:Drive computer-games rundown, new singles in Hit, Miss or Maybe, cartoon fun with Rugrats and adventures with Kenan and Kel.
Last in the series, which returns in the autumn.
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BBC LIVE AND KICKING MAGAZINE: from retailers.
Playing with the grown-ups: This Week, page 7; and Family: page 37

Contributors

Host: Zoe Ball
Host: Jamie Theakston
Unknown: Boyzone
Unknown: Adam Rickitt
Unknown: Angela Griffin
Unknown: Backstreet Boys
Unknown: Ben Ward
Unknown: Gez Foster
Unknown: Richard Webb
Executive Producer: Chris Bellinger
Editor: Angela Sharp

: News; Weather

Subtitled

: Grandstand

Introduced by Ray Stubbs.
12.20 Football Focus A look back at the FA Cup semi-finals and a preview of the weekend's Premiership fixtures.
1.25 Marathon Preview On the eve of the London Marathon, a look at the course and some of the 3,000-plus competitors. Coverage starts at 8.45am tomorrow.
1.35 Olympic Magazine A celebration of British success at badminton, a report on the Olympic futures scheme and an update on preparations for Sydney 2000.
1.50,2.25,2.50,3.25 Racing From
Newbury, live coverage of a four-race card, featuring the 2.00, 2.30, 3.30 and, at
3.00, the Greenham Stakes - a trial for next month's 2,000 Guineas.
Commentary by Jim McGrath , Willie Carson and Clare Balding.
2.10,3.10,3.55 World Snooker From the Crucible in Sheffield, the opening frames in the World Professional championship, as 16 qualifiers compete with the top 16 players in the world. Last year's champion John Higgins is favourite to retain the title.
2.40 Around the Grounds Pre-match team rundowns from the football grounds.
3.45 Football Half Times
4.40 Final Score Today's results. Executive producer Martin Hopkins EditorCarl Hicks Digital widescreen
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Contributors

Introduced By: Ray Stubbs.
Commentary By: Jim McGrath
Commentary By: Willie Carson
Unknown: John Higgins

: Families at War

Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer present the game show, in which two opposing family teams carry out unusual challenges. This week featuring the Simpson family from Glasgow and the Shilling family from Kent. They are joined by top pop band Steps, who perform their version of the Bee Gees' song Tragedy. Alice Beer oversees the action.
(Digital Widescreen)
(Subtitled)

Contributors

Presenter: Vic Reeves
Presenter: Bob Mortimer
Co-presenter: Alice Beer
Singers: Steps
Director: John L. Spencer
Producer: Lisa Clark

: Big Break

Snooker game show hosted by Jim Davidson, with John "Trick Shot" Virgo.
Today's guests include Peter Ebdon, Stephen Hendry and Mark King.

Contributors

Presenter: Jim Davidson
Co-presenter: John Virgo
Guest: Peter Ebdon
Guest: Stephen Hendry
Guest: Mark King
Director: Richard Valentine
Producer: Geoff Miles

: Whatever You Want

Gaby Roslin is joined by three tea ladies who compete for the chance to visit a tea plantation, while some children are given the opportunity to eat sardine-flavoured chocolate. Plus sixties' singing star Engelbert Humperdinck gives one woman the surprise of a lifetime.
(Digital Widescreen)
(Subtitled)

Contributors

Presenter: Gaby Roslin
Guest: Engelbert Humperdinck
Director: Jonathan Bullen
Producer: Rob Clark

: The National Lottery - We've Got Your Number

Brian Conley hosts the lottery-draw show. With Julia Bradbury.
(Digital Widescreen)

Contributors

Presenter: Brian Conley
Unknown: Julia Bradbury
Director: Trevor Hampton
Editor: Ruth Wrigley

: City Central: Northern Soul

By Jeff Povey.
A southerner calls with a warning that a police officer will be killed by 5pm.
See today's choices.
(Digital Widescreen)
Then National Lottery Update

City Central
8.15pm BBC1 It looks like the resident squad at Christmas Street won't be intact for much longer. What with Steve having passed his psychological tests for the Armed Response Unit and Mary's announcement that she's been accepted for CID, the
dysfunctional family unit appears to be falling apart. As this episode opens with a telephoned death threat to an unnamed policeman, it's a very jumpy set of coppers that take to the streets of Manchester.
There's an unselfconscious stylishness to this whole series that allows you to relax into each episode knowing you're going to be delivered a quality product. Tonight's instalment is no exception, with greedy pig Nick's diet underpinning a plot that should have you bolt upright on your sofa.

Contributors

Writer: Jeff Povey
Producer: John Yorke
Director: Kenny Glenaan
PC Pete Redfern: Dave Hill
DI Tony Baynham: Ray Stevenson
OS Ray Pickering: Ian Burfield
DS Jane McCormack: Kate Gartsioe
Ch Insp Barnard: Terence Harvey
PC Richard Law: Michael Begley
PC Colin Jitlada: Ian Aspinall
PC Mary Sutcliffe: Sarah Kirkman
PC Steve Jackson: Stephen Lord
PC Sue Chappel: Ashley Jensen
Sgt Yvonne Mackey: Lorraine Ashbourne
PC Judy Byrd: Katie Blake
PC Nick Green: Sean McKenzie
Kate: Jennifer Luckcraft
Lee Mackey: Damian Zuk
Lucy Barnard: Emily Hamilton
Maggie Baynham: Jayne Charlton McKenzie
Simon Mackey: Ciaran Griffiths
Norman: John Biggins
Benny/Southerner: Trevor Byfield
Charlie the Chimp: Roy North
Dave Crane: Mark Lewis
Eddie Burren: Laurie Ventry
Handsome George: Mark Arden
Leslie Troon: Maureen Beattie
Veronica Robinson: Kate Layden

: Jonathan Creek: Time Waits for Norman

By David Renwick.
Creek and Maddy face the intriguing case of a man who appears to have defied the laws of time.
(Repeat)

Contributors

Writer: David Renwick
Producer: Verity Lambert
Director: Sandy Johnson
Jonathan Creek: Alan Davies
Madelaine Magellan: Caroline Quentin
Stephen Claithorne: Peter Davison
Lorna Claithorne: Pippa Haywood
Adam Klaus: Stuart Milligan
Emma Lazarus: Meg Davies
Tom Terici: Mark Craven
Hal Drucker: Gavan O'Herlihy
Tessa: Frank Lepark
Bridget: Martina Laird
Gary Lobo: Jimmi Harkishin
Nathan: Justin Alexis

: Birds of a Feather: Relative Strangers

While Darryl and Chris try to adjust to normal life, Tracey plays the dutiful wife, Sharon acts the gooseberry and Dorien gets a big shock.
Episode written by Geoff Rowley
(Repeat)

Contributors

Writer: Geoff Rowley
Director: Baz Taylor
Producer: Tony Charles
Sharon: Pauline Quirke
Tracey: Linda Robson
Dorien: Lesley Joseph
Chris: David Cardy
Darryl: Douglas McFerran

: News and Sport

With Nicholas Witchell.
Weather David Braine

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Witchell.
Unknown: David Braine

: Match of the Day

As the Premiership enters its final month, today's programme features all the goals and the best of the day's action, including Manchester United's game against Sheffield
Wednesday at Old Trafford.
Commentary by Barry Davies , Jon Champion and Mark Pougatch. Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Trevor Brooking and Mark Lawrenson. Producer Paul McNamara ; Editor Niall Sloane Repeated tomorrow at 6.50am
Match of the Day Live: Real Mallorca Chelsea is on Thursday at 7.45pm
Digital widescreen Subtitled . BBC MATCH OF THE DAY MAGAZINE: available monthly
* See Alan Hansen : page 48

Contributors

Commentary By: Barry Davies
Commentary By: Jon Champion
Commentary By: Mark Pougatch.
Introduced By: Desmond Lynam
Unknown: Trevor Brooking
Unknown: Mark Lawrenson.
Producer: Paul McNamara
Unknown: Alan Hansen

: The Frank Skinner Show

The first of a new series starring comedian Frank Skinner.
Shown last Thursday Subtitled..

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Skinner.

: Snooker

Highlights of the openingday's play at the Crucible in Sheffield, with Dougie Donnelly

Contributors

Unknown: Dougie Donnelly

: Top of the Pops

A rundown of the latest hits.
Shown yesterday
Followed by Weather

: BBC News 24









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