Stars in Their Eyes host Matthew Kelly joins Keith Duffy ,
Kate Heavenor and Vernon Kay for the interactive magazine show, alongside cast members from
CBBC comedy G Force. Girl band Madasun perform their new single Walking on Water, and there's a sneak preview of another young female combo, Girl Thing, in FBi Spy. Plus a recipe for tagliatelle from Steps singer Claire Richards , and animated action with Rugrats and X-Men. Producers Gail Hendrie and Simon Parsons Executive producer Claire Mundell
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11.45 LA 7 Comedy drama starring S
Club 7 and Linda Blair. Rachel secures a date with Sam forthe Prom. where the band fix up a singing spot.
Shown last Thursday (S)
Introduced from the Belfry by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus Ray Stubbs looks ahead to the last weekend of the Premiership season.
The scramble to qualify for
Europe has gone right to the wire, with Arsenal, Liverpool and Leeds United all still in the frame.
At the other end of the table, victory for Wimbledon at the Dell against Southampton may be the only hope of salvaging their top-flight status, while Bradford City face an even sterner test when Liverpool come to Valley Parade.
There's also a preview of Wednesday's Uefa Cup final between Arsenal and Galatasaray, live on BBClat 7.30pm, and of June's European Championship.
1.15 The Insider's Guide to the Olympics The monthly magazine takes a look at how the British team are readying themselves forthe Sydney triathlon. With Eddie Butler and Brian Moore.
1.30 Golf The Benson and Hedges International Open, celebrating its 30th year, has entered its third round.
Colin Montgomerie is joined by a strong field including Jose Maria Olazabal, Bernhard Langer , Seve Ballesteros and Darren Clarke , all bidding for a share of the£lm total prize money. Commentary by Peter Alliss , Alex Hay , Ken Brown , Dougie Donnelly ,
Mike Hughesdon , Beverley Clarke and Julian Tutt. (S)
5.00 News Roundup The day's results, and their consequences. Producer Sharon Lence
Editor Dave Gordon (W)
Continuing the game show series hosted by Gaby Roslin in which contestants have the chance to win their dream prize.
Tonight, two village cricket teams from East Sussex and Surrey try to outdo each other on the pitch to win a day's training at Lord's with England captain Nasser Hussain. Three fans of the sci-fi comedy Red Dwarf are tested on their knowledge of the show for a mystery prize, and a trio of young Rugrats aficionados are faced with a jack-in-the-box challenge, the winner of which gets the chance to voice-over a new Rugrats computer game. Director Jonathan Bullen ; Producers Claire Horton and Amanda Wilson
Jamie Theakston hosts the family pop quiz, with regular team captains Suggs and Noddy Holder. This week's guest panellists are Tommy Scott , singer with Liverpudlian band Space, soap star-turned pop pin-up
Adam Rickitt , ex-Ultravox frontman Midge Ure and vocalist Craig David , whose Fill Me In recently crashed into the singles chart at number one.
Director Joanna Ball ; Producer Robin Ashbrook (S) (W)
Jim Davidson hosts the game show in which snooker fans are teamed up with guest professionals in an against-the-clock bid to win top prizes. John Virgo acts as referee and resident trick-shot expert.
Director Duncan Cooper : Producer David Taylor (S)
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)
Live from the Globe Arena in Stockholm, Terry Wogan commentates on coverage of the 45th Eurovision Song Contest, the first of the new millennium. With Sweden hosting the event for the fourth time, Kattis Ahlstrom and Anders Lundin are the comperes for the evening, unveiling songs by acts from 24 countries - including non-starters the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Russia, Finland, Latvia, Romania and Switzerland.
The United Kingdom entry Don't Play That Song Again, sung by Nicki French, is third in the line-up. A full list of entrants, their songs, and the telephone numbers viewers can call to vote is on page 29. See Choice.
Executive producer Kevin Bishop (S in English)
It's rubbish, but what rubbish!: Terry Wogan's view of the competition, page 28
Subsequent programmes may run late
Followed by National Lottery Update
Terry Wogan and singer Nicki French hope Britannia rules the airwaves In The Eurovision Song Contest
SHOWS The Eurovision Song Contest 8.00pm BBC1
Don't Play That Song Again: not only is that what some viewers will be shouting at the less enjoyable compositions in this year's contest, but it's also the title of the UK's entry. This year's three-hour extravaganza of the glorious and the ghastly comes from Sweden, homeland of the most famous Eurovision group of all time, Abba. Once again it is enlivened by Terry Wogan's irreverent commentary, which some have criticised for being too flippant but without which Eurovision would be a lot less fun - and fun is undoubtedly the point of it. Most viewers don't even mind too much who wins, and when the voting and the flag-waving and the tears are all over, they can't remember the words to a single song - they're far more likely to remember the costumes. JR
Terry Wogan's view of the competition is on page 28.
The concluding episode of the two-part drama set in Bosnia-Herzegovina, first shown last November. As the civil war rages on, the British soldiers face the huge demands of their peacekeepingjob. By the time they return home, their lives will have changed in ways they could not have foreseen. Contains swearing and some violence.
Written by Leigh Jackson
Producer Nigel StafforoXlark ; Director Peter Kosminsky (R) (S) (W)
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