The Picnic. Fred aims to impress during the annual lodge outing. Repeat.
With Kirsten O'Brien and Otis the Aardvark.
Animation. Various items of jewellery go missing, including
Animated adventures. Repeat
The Silver Surfer is captured by Lord Glenn and tried for crimes that have been committed against the universe.......................
The House Guest
Fred invites the Rubbles to spend a week at his cave. Repeat
Live sci-fi action series about the inhabitants of a space colony forced to flee to Earth on a derelict space station. Repeat .......................
Long Gone breaks his leg in an "accident" -an injury which disrupts
Roger and Kate's plans. Repeat.
Sci-fi series about a teenage alien on earth. Guardian. Allen spends a weekend alone at the house when Robbie visits her mother and Josh and Ken go on a camping trip
Live-action drama about life in a California town.
A Kiss Heard 'round the School
Todd finds out about Liz and Devon's shared kiss
Introduced by Steve Rider.
10.30,3.05,3.35 Cricket World Cup
Live coverage from Trent Bridge where the two countries who topped the first-round groups come face to face in the Super Six stage. Pre-tournament favourites South Africa were virtually ensured a top spot in Group A after opening their campaign with four straight wins, including a convincing victory over hosts England at the Oval. Pakistan made a similarly impressive start in Group B with a trio of wins at the expense of West Indies, Scotland and Australia.
Commentary comes from Richie Benaud and Jonathan Agnew. (Subtitled)
12.10pm News and Weather
Featuring three races from today's card at Haydock
Park, including the seven-furlong John of Gaunt Stakes which gets underway at
3.25. The other featured races are at 2.25 and 2.55. Commentary is provided by the team of John Hanmer, Jimmy Lindley and Richard Pitman.
A look ahead to today's Euro 2000 qualifying matches including England's crucial Group Five clash with Sweden at Wembley Stadium.
4.45 Athletics Focus
As the outdoor season gets into full swing, Roger Black looks ahead to next week's European Cup meetings and the first IAAF Golden League event in Oslo at the end of June. Executive producer Martin Hopkins Editor Carl Hicks Digital widescreen
Videoplus code for 10.30-5.15
10.30-2.15 (not PDC)
2.15-5.15 (not PDC)
The Gateau from the Chateau. The
Resistance, the Colonel, and Herr Flick are all plotting to kill von Klinkerhoffen. Written by David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
Dale Winton returns with the light-hearted game show in which contestants attempt to match up real-life couples. Among the clues they are given are
Winton's guided tours of the mystery partners' homes. The big prize awaiting the winners is the holiday of a lifetime. Director Simon Staffurth
Producer Jonathan Beazley
In the last programme of the series, Gaby Roslin offers three would-be astrologers from London the chance to win a personalised horoscope from astrologer Shelley von Strunckel. A trio of seventies enthusiasts compete for memorabilia of the decade and tickets to two West
End shows. Also tonight a group of children win a VIP trip to the Millennium Dome in south-east
London. With guest former
Coronation Street actor-turned-pop-star Adam Rickitt.
Director Jonathan Bullen ; Producer Rob Clark Digital widescreen
Shauna Lowry presides over the weekend Lottery draw and looks ahead to a new Lottery show - presented by Simon Mayo - which begins next Saturday.
Director Stuart McDonald : Producer Fiona Clark Digital widescreen
A research scientist loses funding for his work on a fertility drug. Desperate to prove that his treatment works, he steals some frozen human eggs and mixes them with a colleague's sperm, with amazing results.
Director Ivan Reitman (1994, PG)
Digital widescreen Subtitled . * See Films: pp 58-63 ***
Then National Lottery Update
Dr Alexander Hesse:
Dr Lany Arbogast:
Dr Diana Reddin:
With Fiona Bruce.
Weather Helen Young
Angus Deayton presents a selection of cringe-making clips of celebrities filmed long before they achieved fame.
Dustin Hoffman is featured praising a car, a 14-year-old Naomi Campbell is shown prancing about on The Keith Harris Show and Arnold
Schwarzenegger is glimpsed making an unlikely appearance on Magpie. Deayton also grits his teeth and includes his famous cereal advertisement. Director Stuart McDonald Producer Caroline Wright
Comedian Billy Connolly in a standup performance in his home town of Glasgow. The " Big Yin", who recently celebrated 30 years in show business, displays his unique brand of humour in a programme that contains swearing. Producer Andy Bates
Executive producer Kim Turberville
A final helping of comedy and chat with Frank Skinner.
Director Peter Orton ; Series producer John McHugh Shown last Thursday
Comedy thriller, being shown as a tribute to Oliver Reed, who died last month. Also starring Michael Crawford
Two misfit brothers seek notoriety by stealing the Crown Jewels and returning them a week later. But their carefully thought-out plan almost inevitably goes wrong.
Director Michael Winner (1967)
* See Films: pp 58-63 ***
A rundown of the latest hits.
Shown yesterday Followed by Weather
The continuous news channel.