Snooker's Dennis Taylor , cricketer Mark Butcher , football manager Neil Warnock and rugby's Lawrence Dallaglio join team captains
Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell. Hosted by Sue Barker.
Producers Gareth JM Edwards and Caroline Roberts-Cherry Followed by News Update
The aerial enforcers assist south London police, who are being run ragged by robbers on two wheels. They also monitor Iraq war protesters who are threatening to march on Parliament.
Director/Producer Alison Quirk
5/12. Will Jo Brand , Dara O'Briain , Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies be able to get a grip as Stephen Fry asks questions about "fingers and fumbs"?
Director Ian Lorimer : Producer Piers Fletcher Rptd next Wednesday plus an extended repeat tomorrow, both on BBC2
2/8; series three. Winner. Lee is insufferably smug when he wins £1,000 in a writing competition with an essay entitled Disability in the Workplace.
Writers Andrew Collins and Lee Mack ; Director Nick Wood
Producer Jamie Rix Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel at
10pm and repeated next Monday on BBC2
On the sofa this week are Pushing Daisies star
Anna Friel , comedian Jason Manford and singer Tom Jones , who also performs Give a Little Love. Director Mick Thomas ; Series producer Suzi Aplin
Repeated tomorrow Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Period comedy starring Will Ferrell and Christina Applegate. Ron Burgundy is the top newsreader at a San Diego TV station in the 1970s. But his position comes under threat with the arrival of ambitious reporter Veronica Corningstone. Male chauvinist Burgundy is torn between defending his job and his attraction to the glamorous newcomer. Film of the Day: page 44.
Director Adam McKay (2004, 12) Followed by Weatherview
Signed. Repeats are not indicated.
The City Uncovered with Evan Davis 3/3. The uncomfortable truth about world economics.
2.20 Horizon 1/12. Exploring how some people can eat what they like without putting on weight.
3.20 Commercial Breakdown 4/8. An Australian ad for socks and one for condoms from Belgium.
4.00 5/8. Including a secretary's revenge.
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