The Babysitters. Fred and Barney's evening of babysitting proves chaotic.
More at 8.55am. Repeat................
With Kirsten O'Brien and Otis the Aardvark.
7.30 Wiggly Park
EW teaches Nifty about frogs.
7.35 Fireman Sam
Animated fun with the firefighter.
7.50 Conan the Adventurer
A vulture-like bird with icy breath attacks New York City.
8.30 Funky Phantom
More fun with the mystery-solving ghost.
8.55 The Flintstones: Arthur Quarry's Dance Class.
9.20 Return to Jupiter
The crew of the Icarus discover the ship is contaminated.
9.45 Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
10.10 The Journey of Allen Strange
Josh and Allen discover a ghost.
10.35 Sweet Valley High
Todd and Liz plan a romantic weekend together
11.00 The Pop Zone
Girl trio Fierce host the music show
Presenter ("Children's BBC Presents Planet Saturday"):
Viva Lost Wages. Will and Carlton visit
Las Vegas. Repeat
Jeremy Clarkson and Philippa Forrester present the show in which home-made robots are put to the test.
Introduced by Steve Rider.
1220 Athletics Focus Roger Black reflects on the past week's action including last night's Grand Prix in Stockholm.
LOO Rallying Highlights from the New Zealand rally in Auckland with world championship leader Tommi Makinen the pre-race favourite. Commentary from Tiff Needell and Mark James.
L30 Swimming Further action from the European championships in Istanbul with Britain expected to feature strongly in the medals table. Final day coverage tomorrow at 2.45pm on BBC2.
2.05,2.40,3.10,3.40 Racing A four-race card from Goodwood, including the group two Nassau Stakes at 3.20pm. Other featured starts are at 2.15, 2.45 and
3.50. Commentary is by Jim McGrath , Willie Carson and Clare Balding.
2.25,2.55,3.30,4.00 Golf Live coverage from Wentworth of the penultimate round of the Senior Masters which carries a first prize of £25,000. Commentary is from Peter Alliss , Howard Clark , Mike Hughesdon , Beverly Lewis and Denis Hutchinson. Coverage of the final round can be seen tomorrow at 4.30pm on BBC2.
5.05 News Roundup The day's results. Producer Sharon Lence
Editor Michael Cole Digital widescreen
Videoplus code for 12.15-5.10
12.15-2.05 (not POC) ................................
2.05-5.10 (not PDC) .................................
No Dogs Allowed. The entertainments manager must look after a large dog. Written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft
Repeat Subtitled ...................................
More junior snooker players are paired with young contestants in the game show based on the series Big Break. Presented by Jim Davidson , with referee John Virgo. Last in the series.
Director Duncan Cooper Producer David Taylor Digital widescreen
In the last show of the series,
Lily Savage invites contestants from Worthing, Wigan, Plymouth and Scarborough to compete for the star prize of a holiday in Goa. Help is at hand from a celebrity panel which tonight comprises Donald Sinden , Liz Dawn , Dale Winton , Sian Lloyd , Nadia Sawalha and Norman Pace. Director Geoff Miles ; Producer Dean Jones Digital widescreen
Dale Winton hosts another edition of the light-hearted game show in which contestants attempt to match up partners in real-life relationships. Tonight's guessing couples are Julie and Andrew from Bolton and Michelle and Stephen from Liverpool. The star prize is a holiday in Kenya. Director Simon Staffurth
Producer Helen Tumbridge
Simon Mayo hosts the lottery show which combines a general-knowledge quiz with the Thunderball draw and the regular weekend lottery. Director Ian Hamilton
Series producer Colman Hutchinson
Digital widescreen Subtitled ...... * Simon Mayo 's questionnaire: p21
An episode of the detective drama starring Warren Clarke Colin Buchanan
The Wood Beyond. While Dalziel and Wield investigate an animal rights raid on a pharmaceutical company, Pascoe's mind is on the death of his grandmother.
Dramatised by Ed Whitmore from the book by Reginald Hill ; Producer Lars Macfarlane Director Edward Bennett
Repeat Subtitled ......................
Then National Lottery Update
Det Supt Andrew Dalziel:
Det Insp Peter Pascoe:
Det Sgt Edgar Wield:
Amanda Cap Marvell:
Angus Deayton takes another dip into the archive to find clips of the stars that they would rather forget. Among those getting an embarrassing reminder of their pre-fame days are Samantha Janus , shown performing in the Eurovision Song Contest, and Robson Green , who is featured aged 19 discussing his career prospects while working as a shipbuilder's apprentice. Other stars whose blushes aren't spared by Deayton are Kim Basinger ,
Michael Caine and Leslie Ash.
Producer Samantha Peters
Executive producer Caroline Wright
With Peter Sissons.
Weather Sally Cummings
Mike Myers showing to tie-in with the release of the new Austin
Powers movie. Also starring Dana Carvey , Rob Lowe
Teenager Wayne and his best friend Garth find their integrity compromised when their amateur cable TV show is taken up by a television executive.
Director Penelope Spheeris (1992, PG)
Digital widescreen Subtitled.... ♦ See Films: pp 52-58 **** ♦ Andrew Duncan interviews
Mike Myers : page 14
Daphne Zuniga -
A homicidal woman with multiple personalities escapes from a mental institution and assumes the characteristics of her unsuspecting victims. Director Tex Fuller (1991, 18)
* See Rims: pp 52-58 **
Shown yesterday Subtitled ....
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The continuous-news channel.