Former Liverpool captain Emlyn Hughes recalls a great moment in his football career. (R) (S)
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David Frost interviews the newsmakers and reviews the papers with his guests. Plus
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Gary has to deal with a Nazi and a Resistance fighter, knowing his double has plans to usurp him.
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John Craven reports on the latest rural affairs. Plus weather for the week ahead at 11.55am. (S) E-MAIL: email@example.com
John Humphrys interviews top MPs and reports on the latest political issues. Including at 12.00 News. Editor David Jordan (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/otr
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Gaby Roslin hosts an EastEnders twist on the sports quiz, with captains Wendy Richard and Adam Woodyatt , and celebrity panellists former EastEnders star
Michelle Collins , and fans comedian Harry Hill , Blue Peter presenter
Katy Hill and Jeremy Spake from Airport. Shown last Tuesday (S)
Playback. Family connections and big business come into play when Lt Columbo is on the trail of a high-tech killer. (R) (S)
Mission Impossible. Janet refuses to let George out to save Grimsby from a catastrophe.
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Katy Hill hosts the live contest to find the UK's entry for this year's Eurovision Song Contest, held in Stockholm on 13 May.
Viewers can vote by calling one of the numbers below. Lines close ten minutes after the last song has finished, with calls costing a maximum of lOp.
Diane Louise Jordan introduces soul-pop duo Eternal and US singer Jessy Dixon at the Emmanuel
Centre, central London, as they celebrate the best in gospel music. The Kingdom Choir and Croydon Seventh Day Adventist Choir's songs include Blessed Assurance and i.ordlLift Your
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Tonight's first instalment from Walford is the winner of last week's telephone poll in which viewers selected their favourite EastEnders from five memorable episodes. An hour-long special is at 8pm. See Choice. (R) (S) Happy birthday, EastEnders: 15 years of Albert Square , plus how to vote for your favourite moment, page 20
Hugh Scully visits Douglas on the Isle of Man, where objects valued include a rare, enamelled bowl which was used as an ashtray, and a battered motorcycle.
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Monty Don samples life as a holiday rep in Crete. Series producer Fenia Vardanis
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In a special hour-long episode to mark the soap opera's 15th anniversary, a crisis leaves the residents of Albert Square in for a long night at the Queen Vic. Frank and Peggy make a startling announcement.
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In the penultimate episode of the drama series, the sudden death of Trudy's father leads her to make rash judgements which change life forever at Mackintosh Textiles. See Choice.
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Denise is not happy when Dave is accused of flirting.
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Gary Lineker introduces action from today's FA Cup quarter-finals, featuring Everton v Aston Villa, Chelsea v Gillingham and Tranmere Rovers v Newcastle United.
Commentary by John Motson , Jon Champion and Mark Pougatch , with analysis from Alan Hansen. (S)
Joan Bakewell introduces the first in a six-part run of the programme exploring beliefs that surround topical issues. TV or Not TV? David Burke argues that television presents complex issues in a simplistic fashion and isolates people. Lindsay Fallow of Tomorrow's World believes it benefits communal experience. Their views, and the future of television, are among themes discussed by guests
Jo Brand , George Monbiot , Toby Scott and the Rev Steve Chalke. Producer Rosie Dawson ; Executive producer David Coomes (S) (W)
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Romantic comedy starring Rosanna Arquette. Bored with her existence, Wendy Walters dreams of romance and glamour. Then her fantasies become reality, bringing passion and chaos. Director Michael Pattinson (1990. PG) (S) Films: pp 60-63 *