Keith Duffy , Kate Heavenor and Vernon Kay host an interactive
Saturday morning of celebrities, music, chat and competitions. There's music from Cleopatra and Sid Owen , while British
Olympic athletes Jamie Baulch and Dwaine Chambers drop in to talk about their preparations for Sydney 2000. Plus Chicken Run film-makers Nick Park and Peter Lord are the FBi ViPs, and there's comedy with Kenan and Kel and Rugrats and action with X Men. Producers Gail Hendrie and Simon Parsons
Executive producer Claire Mundell
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12.20 Football Focus
In the last programme of the season, Ray Stubbs looks ahead to tomorrow's Euro 2000 final. After three weeks and 30 matches of fierce competition, who will be crowned champions of Europe?
12.55 Wimbledon 2000
Live action from the All England Lawn Tennis Club as the tournament reaches the end of the first week. Today's play should see the conclusion of the third-round matches in both the men's and ladies' singles competitions.
Commentary comes from John Barrett, John Alexander, Chris Bailey, Pat Cash, Mark Cox, Barry Davies, Jo Durie, Peter Fleming, Ann Jones, John Lloyd, David Mercer, Martina Navratilova, Jana Novotna, Simon Reed, Pam Shriver, Bill Threlfall and Virginia Wade, with reports from Garry Richardson and Craig Doyle. (S)
Executive editor Dave Gordon; Executive producer Martin Hopkins (W)
Andrew Duncan meets Sue Barker: p8
Dale Winton returns with a celebrity special to kick off a new series of the game show in which contestants have to guess a guest's mystery partner. Tonight Jane McDonald and Joe Pasquale try to discover Chris Eubank's partner, while Faye and Lee from Steps hunt for clues to Cheryl Baker's other half. See Choice.
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)
The detectives return for the first of four feature-length dramas, starring Warren Clarke and Colin Buchanan. A Sweeter Lazarus. Still recovering from a near-fatal shooting, Dalziel returns to work to discover that the only witness to the suspicious death of a serial murderer is Abbie Hallingsworth , a local brewery heiress who was presumed murdered 19 years ago.
Det Supt Andy Dalziel Warren Clarke
Written by Michael Jenner
Producer Andrew Rowley ; Director Stephen Whittaker (S) (W) Like the old-time coppers: page 18 Programme of the week: page 67
Followed by National Lottery Update
Det Insp Peter Pascoe:
Det Sgt Edgar Wield:
Asst Chief Con Rebecca Fenning:
WDC Shaznay Kendall:
Another chance to see Angus Deayton 's fourth excursion into the archives to uncover clips that today's stars would rather forget. Tonight's victims include Julian Clary ,
Robson Green, Celine Dion , Jonathan Ross , Denise Van
Outen, George Clooney and Ricky Martin.
Producer Samantha Peters ; Executive producer Caroline Wright
(R) (S) (W)
The sci-fi drama returns to continue its sixth series.
Tithonus. Paired with a new partner, Scully investigates a photographer with an uncanny knack of taking pictures of people moments before they die. See Choice.
Asst Director Skinner:
Agent Peyton Ritter:
Horror from David Seltzer , writer of The Omen, starring
Christopher McDonald , Rachael Leigh Cook and Maximilian Schell. After the mysterious suicide of his wife, Hugh Stanton travels to Italy with his daughter, where he meets a sinister priest who is implicated in his wife's death. Widescreen. Director William Bindley (1997, 15) (S) (W)
Films: pp 58-63 **
Followed by Weatherview
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