Girls' football, the land-speed record and blindfold driving are the subjects of today's attempts. With
Linford Christie , Sally Gray and Jez Edwards. (R) (S) WRITE TO: Linford's Record Breakers at BBC TV Centre, Wood Lane, London. W12 7RJ or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Will today's Queen Mother memorabilia be tomorrow's antiques? The team investigate the birthday bonanza and also offer advice on spotting fake designer sportswear.
Series producer Alison Gregory (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/watchdog
The behind-the-scenes look at London Zoo continues.
Hope the hippo has passport problems, while keepers
Rachel and Paul go cricket-hunting on the Sussex Downs - with the press in pursuit. And what does South London have to offer a clouded leopard? Andrew Lincoln narrates. Producer Sally Evans
Series producer Michael Houldey (S) (W) 21
The live culmination of the BBC's campaign to locate missing people and reunite lost objects with their owners. This special is presented by Nick Ross and Fiona Bruce, with help from Falklands hero Simon Weston, football frontman Bob Wilson and film director Lord Attenborough. The Search Update is tonight at 11.10.
See Choice. (S) (W)
Call the Hotline on [number removed] (charged at local rates) or the National Missing Persons Helpline on [number removed] (calls are free), or access the website [web address removed]
Polly Toynbee : page 17
Sequel to the hit 1984 action comedy, starring Eddie Murphy. When his friend Captain Bogomil is critically wounded by a Beverly Hills gang, streetwise detective Axel Foley travels from Detroit and teams up again with incompetent officers Rosewood and Taggart. Widescreen.
Director Tony Scott (1987, 15) (S) (W) Films: pp 60-68 **
Thriller starring Sherilyn Fenn. FBI agent Lauren Jacobs resigns her post after failing to prevent the assassination of a black US presidential candidate. Two years later, the case comes back to haunt Lauren when a former partner uncovers some disturbing new evidence. Widescreen. Director John Harrison (1996.15) (W)
Films: pp 60-68 **
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