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: Match of the Day: African Cup of Nations

Coverage of a quarter-final clash between qualifiers from groups C and D.
Cameroon were expected to make it to the last eight from group C but got off to a lacklustre start with a 1-1 draw with Algeria. Group D favourites Nigeria, meanwhile, began their campaign with a poor performance in their 1-0 defeat to Morocco. Did the two African giants manage a comeback? Highlights are at 11.10pm on BBC2
A semi-final is on Wednesday at 7.15pm

: African Footballers' Wives

2/2. South Africa's answer to the Beckhams offer further insights into their celebrity lifestyles. Both parts are on Thursday lam BBC2

: Gazza

Paul Gascoigne 's journey through 2003, as he tackles alcoholism, depression and the fast-approaching end of his footballing career.


Unknown: Paul Gascoigne

: Nighty Night

5/6. Cath finally stands up to Jill and throws her out. (AD) Episode six is on Tuesday at 10.30pm

: Two Pints of Lager Musical Special

A pop-laden flashback to the night of Jonny and Janet's first kiss.

: Monkey Dust

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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