Keith Duffy, Kate Heavenor and Vernon Kay are joined this week by Chewin' the Fat comic duo Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill, while music comes from Kelle Bryan and ATFC. Plus the usual mix of games, chat and comedy, Rugrats, and action with the viewers' choice of the X Men or The Mask.
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12.20 Football Focus RayStubbs with a roundup the week's stories and a look ahead to this weekend's fixtures, which include the start of World Cup qualifiers.
1.20 Athletics Focus As the British team head off to Australia for the Olympics, Roger Black has the latest track and field news including a review of last
Monday's Gateshead Grand Prix.
1.50, 2.25, 2.50 Racing From Haydock Park. Clare Balding introduces the Leisure Sprint
Cup at 3.00, plus the 2.00 and 2 30 races. Commentary from Jim McGrath , Willie Carson and Angus Loughran.
2.10,2.40 Olympic News Michael Peschardtwith the latest news and reaction as the world's athletes arrive in Sydney for the start of the 27th Olympiad.
3.10 British Superblkes Action from Cadwell, where only three meetings in the championship remain. Commentators are
Barry Nutley and Roger Burnett.
3.45 Football Half-Times Updates.
4.00 Touring Cars The British Touring Car championship returns to Brands Hatch for the first time since the start of the season. Commentators are
Charlie Cox and John Watson.
4.45 Final Score A roundup of football results and news.
Producer Ken Burton : Editor Carl Hicks
Death of a Dynasty. A look back 65 million years as the cretaceous period draws to a close brought on by massive volcanic activity which is poisoning the earth. The episode details the struggles of a tyrannosaurus trying to rear her young amid baking fields of ash. Meanwhile, a giant comet approaches earth on a collision course that will transform the planet for ever. Last in the series.
Sehes producer Tim Haines ; Executive producer John Lynch (R) (S) (W) BBC MERCHANDISE: Walking with Dinosaurs - a Natural Historyby Tim Haines. hardback £19.99; video, £19.99; and DVD, f 24.99 WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/dinosaurs
Terry Wogan reveals the pitfalls of working as a presenter for the BBC with a selection of hilarious clips from the careers of well-known personalities, including Jeremy Clarkson , Ainsley Harriott and Trude Mostue.
Director Ben Kellett ; Producer Tom Webber (R) (S) (W) The good, the bad and the speechless: page 20
Des O'Connor and Suzi Perry take to the streets of Belfast, offering ordinary people the chance to compete for cash prizes. Plus the winning numbers in tonight's National Lottery and Thunderball Draws.
Director Ben Kellett ; Producer David Taylor (S) (W)
Carol Smillie and the team head to Portsmouth where Linda Barker and Anna Ryder Richardson give the mess rooms of the men and women on HMS Kenta makeover. See Choice.
A new series of Changing Rooms starts on Monday at 8.30pm.
Producer Paul Franklin ; Executive producer Linda Clifford (S)
Being There. In an episode originally shown in twoparts last March Tina flies to Australia in pursuit of Sean, only to find herself alone in the outback.
Written by Katharine Way
Producer Tim Bradley ; Director Robert Del Maestro (R) (S) W)
Followed by National Lottery Update
Thriller based on the novel by John Grisham , starring Susan Sarandon and Tommy Lee Jones. Young Mark
Sway attracts the interest of both the law and the Mafia when he witnesses the suicide of a mob defence laywer.
Director Joel Schumacher 11994.15) (S) (W) Films: pp 50-55 ****
Followed by Weathervlew
Clint Von Hooser:
Drama. 1964: the Carolina Military Institute, where the all-white tradition of harsh discipline and violent humiliation has festered for over a century, enlists its first black cadet. Director Franc Roddam (1983. 15) (S) Films: pp 50-55 ***
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