Keith Duffy, Kate Heavenor and Vernon Kay host an interactive Saturday morning of music, chat and competitions, with Kevin Kennedy (Coronation Street's Curly) joining them in the studio to perform his first single.
There's more music from S Club 7 and Richard Blackwood, while this week's FBi ViP is Shaun Williamson, EastEnders' Barry Evans, and Girl Thing feature on FBi Spy. Plus comedy with Keenan and Kel and Rugrats and action with X Men.
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Introduced by John Inverdale.
12.20 Football Focus Ray Stubbs looks ahead to England's final pre-tournamentgame - against Malta - before Euro 2000, and reflects on how England fared in its friendly games against Brazil and the Ukraine.
12.50 Athletics Focus
Roger Black looks at the British athletics team's Olympic preparations.
1.20 World Cup Rowing Live coverage of the World Cup
Regatta in Munich, Germany, which sees the season's first race for Britain's world champion coxless four team. Including coverage from the regatta of the action from the British men's eight and men's and women's coxless pairs. Commentary is by Garry Herbert and Martin Cross .
2.00 Touring Cars Coverage of the ninth and tenth rounds of this year's British Touring Car championship from Oulton Park. The commentators are Charlie
Cox and John Watson.
2.50 Tennis Coverage from Roland Garros of the French
Open, the highlight of the clay court season, which has always featured memorable action.
Since Andre Agassi 's win here last year, he has been the world's number one, appearing in every Grand Slam final and winning two of them.
Commentary is by John Barrett , Virginia Wade , Chris Bailey and David Mercer. (S) Producer Paul Davies
Editor Carl Hicks (W)
Gaby Roslin offers more contestants the chance to win prizes that money can't buy. This week's prizes include a trip to Russia's Star City, where cosmonauts are trained, to experience zero gravity weightlessness and having a painting displayed in the Queen Vic pub in EastEnders. Director Jonathan Bullen ; Producers Claire Horton and Amanda Wilson
The family pop music quiz show hosted by Jamie Theakston. This week regular team captains Suggs and Noddy Holder are joined byBoyzone's Mikey Graham , R'n'B singer Jamelia, Paul Carrack of Mike and the Mechanics and Shaun Ryder of The Happy Mondays.
Producer Robin Ashbrook (S) (W)
Today's guest professional players on the snooker game show are Dominic Dale , Tony Drago and Joe Swail. John Virgo referees and Jim Davidson hosts.
Director Duncan Cooper ; Producer David Taylor (R) (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 David Briggs (S) (W)
Death Becomes Her. Ruby O'Leary , an elderly woman, collapses and dies when the Christmas Street team raid an illegal bare knuckle fight. Then her body goes missing.
Written by Nick Saltrese ; Producer Ken Horn ; Director Martin Hutchings
Followed by National Lottery Update
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Boxing drama directed by and starring Sylvester Stallone , continuing the sequence of five films. It's now three years since Rocky Balboa won the world championship and he's successfully defended his title ten times. When ruthless new challenger Clubber Lang appears on the scene, Rocky is advised to retire.
(1982. PG ) (S) (W)
Films: pp 56-60 **
This programme looks back on Jim Davidson 's career in show business, which began with his winning the New
Faces talent show in 1976. He also raids the archives to reminisce about his past, helped by long-time friend and colleague Richard Digance.
Director Jonathan Glazier ; Producer Kevin Bishop (R) (S)
Psychological thriller, based on a true story, starring Helen Hunt and Jeff Fahey. Rookie cop Gina Pulasky volunteers to go undercover and befriend the prime suspect in the murder of a child.
Director David Anspaugh (1992.15) (S) Films: pp 56-60 ***
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