This week S Club 7 join Keith Duffy , Kate Heavenor and Vernon Kay for the interactive magazine show, alongside
Eurovision hopeful Nicki French, representing Britain in Stockholm next week. Plus studio fun and games with impressionist
Alistair McGowan in Don't Drop the Gonk, entrepreneur Richard Branson faces the FBi ViP interrogation, and animated action with Rugrats and X-Men. Producers Gail Hendrie and Simon Parsons Executive producer Claire Mundell
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus RayStubbs rounds up the week's goals and looks ahead to the weekend's
1.20, 1.55, 2.25 Racing A triple bill from the first May meeting at Haydock Park, with races at
1.30, 2.00 and 2.30.
Richard Pitmand , Peter Scudamore and John Hanmer commentate.
1.40 Three-Day Eventing
Defending champion Ian Stark is attempting to win his fourth
Badminton title, but he will face stiff competition from a talented field drawn from 16 countries.
Commentary by Michael Tucker , Lorna Clarke , Lucinda Green and Clare Balding. Coverage of the Badminton Horse Trials continues on BBC2 at 3.50pm.
2.15, 2.40, 3.40 Rugby Union Toulouse v Munster
Live coverage of the first semi-final in this season's
European Cup (kick-off 3pm). Although Munster have been unbeatable at home this season, the trip to Bordeaux will be an altogether more testing mission for Mick Galwey 's men. With home advantage, Toulouse will be the favourites this afternoon, and will be aiming to continue the excellent French record in the competition. Nigel Starmer Smith and Phillip Matthews commentate.
2.20 Around the Grounds
3.30 Football Latest Updates from around Britain.
4.40 Final Score A roundup of the day's football news and results. Executive producer Martin Hopkins : Executive editor Dave Gordon (W) Sport: page 42
PM Jamie Theakston hosts the family pop music quiz, as Suggs and Noddy Holder are joined by Kelle Bryan , Kirsty MacColl , Queen's Roger Taylor and Lyndseyfrom B*Witched. Director Joanna Ball ; Producer Robin Ashbrook (S) (W)
Gaby Roslin delivers more prizes that money can't buy. This week four writers compete to land their own newspaper column, and two teenage fans of singer Stephen Gately get more than they bargained for.
Director Jonathan Bullen ; Producers Claire Horton and Amanda Wilson
Simon Mayo hosts the quiz show where 49 contestants compete to win a round-the-world trip. Plus the winning numbers in the Thunderball and National Lottery draws.
Director Ian Hamilton ; Producer Colman Hutchinson (S) (W)
Respect. The theft of Clive's car leads the team on a chase to catch a local gangster that could put the young policeman's life in danger. See Choice.
Episode written by Mark Davies Markham
Producer Ken Horn ; Director Kenny Glenaan (S) (W)
Followed by National Lottery Update
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Terry Wogan takes some of the gloss off the golden age of television as he reveals previously unseen clangers from the likes of Dick Emery , The Goodies and Fawlty Towers. Director Ben Kellett ; Producer Tom Webber
More Auntie's Bloomers can be seen at 10.05pm (S)
From her days as a blonde cockney sparrow in the Carry On films to her current reign at the Queen Vic,
Barbara Windsor has won the hearts of the nation. With the help of celebrity friends and colleagues, Dale Winton hosts an hour of glamour and nostalgia that pays tribute to one of show business's most popular stars. See Choice.
Executive producer Richard Woolfe ; Producer Jo Stewart (S)
Gary Lineker introduces Premiership highlights, including Arsenal v Chelsea. Studio analysis is by Trevor Brooking and Mark Lawrenson , with commentary from John Motson , Barry Davies and Jon Champion. Producer Paul McNamara : Executive editor Niall Sloane
Repeated tomorrow at 7.15am (S) Alan Hansen 's Premiership report card: page 42
AM Thriller, based on a true story. Sexy Elaine Miller sweeps into lonely divorcee Roger Paulson 's life via a lonely hearts ad. Then the mysterious phone calls begin and Roger starts to wonder about Elaine's true identity.
Director Robert iscove (1993.15) (S) Films: pp 54-59 **
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