The X-ray Story. Fred goes under treatment for a rare dinosaur disease.
More fun at 8.25am. Repeat
With Kirsten O'Brien and Otis the Aardvark.
7.30 Fireman Sam
Animation. Steele becomes a star.
7.40 Conan the Adventurer
Animated adventures. Wrath-Amon turns an entire village to stone.
8.05 Silver Surfer
The Surfer, trying to find Zenn-lar, travels into a strange dimension and meets a trappied warrior
8.25 The Flintstones: Little White Lie
Fred has to explain his poker winnings to Wilma.
8.55 Escape from Jupiter
Live sci-fi action series about the inhabitants of a space colony fleeing to Earth.
Comedy adventure. Roger is determined to win the pumpkin-growing competition.
9.45 The Journey of Allen: Starwalk
Strange Sci-fi series about a teenage alien on earth.
Allen takes his mannequin father shopping
10.10 Sweet Valley High: Lucky Streaks
Jessica attracts an unwanted admirer. Liz and Todd have a surprise meeting.
Presenter (Planet Saturday):
Live coverage of the annual procession from Horse Guards Parade in London, where the Queen takes the salute as First Battalion Coldstream Guards troop their Queen's Colour. Eric Robson describes the scene as the officers, guardsmen and musicians of the Household Division celebrate the sovereign's official birthday. Highlights are at 6.45pm on BBC2.
Producer David Pickthall
introduced by Steve Rider from Trent Bridge.
12.25 Cricket World Cup Live coverage continues of the penultimate match in the Su per Six stage. Today's game sees the Group A runners-up India take on New Zealand, with the result likely to determine who goes through to the semi-finals later this week. Commentary by Richie Benaud and Jonathan Agnew. Subtitled
2.20 Athletics Focus Roger Black continues his look forward to the World Championships in Seville later this year, and previews one of the highlights of the Grand Prix circuit, the Bisiett Games.
2.50 Cricket World Cup/Tennis Continued coverage from Trent Bridge of the Super Six game between New Zealand and India. Coverage continues on BBC2.
There's also live coverage of the semi-finals of the Stella Artois Championship from Queen's Club, where the world's top tennis stars traditionally partake in the Wimbledon warm-up tournament. Subtitled (cricket)
♦See you on court: page 24; Win Centre Court tickets to Wimbledon: page Digital widescreen
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Camp Dance. The staff at Cafe Rene escape from the camp. but nothing goes according to plan.
Written by David Croft and Jeremy Lloyd
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The penultimate programme in the snooker game-show series features an illustrious trio of guest professionals comprising former world champion Terry Griffiths , young star Ronnie O'Sullivan and seasoned veteran Jimmy White.
Presented by Jim Davidson , with John Virgo as resident trick-shot expert and referee. Director Richard Valentine ; Producer
Dale Winton hosts the light-hearted game show in which contestants attempt to match up real-life couples.
This week's guessing couples, Tiffany and Mark from Middlesex, and Ruth and Steve from Denbigh, north Wales, are given clues including Winton's guided tours of the mystery partners' homes. Secrets are revealed about the partners to be chosen, and contestants on the guessing side can kiss the four contenders. The big prize awaiting the winners is the holiday of a lifetime in Thailand. Director Simon Staffurth
Producer Jonathan Beazley
Simon Mayo hosts the new-look lottery show which combines a general-knowledge quiz with two cash draws.
In the Thunderball draw viewers have the chance to win cash prizes of up to a maximum L250,000 by matching up their lottery numbers with numbers on balls produced from two machines. In the quiz, meanwhile, contestants numbered from one to 49 are whittled down to just six after a series of questions and mathematical teasers. When a final winner emerges after further grilling, the Endgame sees them choose the answers to 49 questions from a large screen in the hope of winning a dream holiday.
If the last six digits of viewers' telephone numbers coincide with second-round contestants' personal numbers, they are entitled to register as contestants for next week's show by phoning the free hotline given in the show. The programme concludes with the big-money weekend lottery draw. Director Ian Hamilton
Series producer Colman Hutchinson
Digital widescreen + Not such a lottery: page 7
The detective drama returns for four new programmes, starring
On Beulah Height. When a eight-year-old girl's body is discovered at a local beauty spot, the murder brings back vivid memories for Dalziel. The investigation soon truns into a labyrinth of bizarre connections, with Pascoe's daughter's illness giving the detectives further cause for concern.
See today's choices.
Written by Michael Chaplin ; Producer Nick Pitt ; Director Maurice Phillips
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Then National Lottery Update
Detective Superintendent Andy Dalziel:
Detective Inspector Peter Pascoe:
Detective Sergeant Edgar Wield:
Detective Constable Shirley Novello:
Chief Constable Raymond:
Benny Lightfoot/Bobby Slater:
Mrs Elsie Coe:
Young Betsy Allgood:
From the team who made
Before They Were Famous, this one-off show celebrates gaffes made at award ceremonies.
Angus Deayton pays homage to the deeply embarrassing moments suffered by celebrities as they present or guest at award shows. Among the big names being humiliated are Mel Gibson , as he tries to read out a list of nominations, and Samantha Fox and Mick Fleetwood 's infamous hosting double act at the 1989 Brit Awards.
Deayton also recalls farcical routines by British dancing troupes, and grimace-inducing moments that showbiz stars including Laurence Olivier , Chris Evans , Spice Girls,
Victoria Wood and Vanessa
Redgrave would rather forget. Producer Samantha Peters
Executive producer Caroline Wright
With Peter Sissons.
Weather David Braine
Recorded over two nights at the Brixton
Academy in south London, this explosion of comedy, dance and music featured a host of stars performing in support of Jubilee 2000, the campaign advocating the cancellation of Third World debt by the end of this year.
The entertainment is interspersed with two reports filmed by award-winning directors which highlight issues surrounding world debt. See today's choices.
Director John L Spencer ; Producer
Jon Rowlands FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: phone [number removed] (calls cost 25p per minute and should not last longer than two minutes), or write to [address removed] , or on the website: www.bbc.co.uk/debt
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DrGaston Grimsdyke believes the physique of nurses is infinitely more worthy of study than the afflictions of patients, which is why his new job under his former professor, senior house surgeon
Sir Lancelot Spratt , inevitably results in chaos.
Director Ralph Thomas (1966. PG)
* See Films: pp 52-58 **
Dr Gaston Grimsdyke:
Sir Lancelot Spratt:
Nurse Bancroft SHIRLEY:
Dr Miles Grimsdyke:
A rundown of the latest hits, introduced by Jamie Theakston , including the week's number-one single.
Shown yesterday Followed by Weather
The continuous news channel.