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Hugh Scully from the Antiques Roadshow, singer and actress Dannii Minogue and comedian Frankie Howerd are in the studio this morning. There's cartoon fun with The Raccoons and the Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles, and while Darren Day presents another Clockwise quiz, Phillip Hodson deals with more Growing Pains.

With Sarah Greene and Phillip Schofield, featuring Trevor and Simon.

Contributors

Presenter:
Sarah Greene
Presenter:
Phillip Schofield
Comedians:
Trevor and Simon
Presenter (Clockwise):
Darren Day
Expert (Growing Pains):
Phillip Hodson
Guest:
Hugh Scully
Guest:
Dannii Minogue
Guest:
Frankie Howerd

With Desmond Lynam.

Provisional Timetable
12.20 Basketball; 12.50 News; 12.55 Racing; 2.15 Boxing; 2.25 Rugby union; 4.50 Final Score

Rugby Union Ireland v England
Digital international live from Lansdowne Road.
England attempt the Triple Crown.
Commentators: Nigel Starmer-Smith, Hugo MacNeill France v Wales
Highlights at 4.15pm.
Commentators: Bill McLaren, Eddie Butler

Basketball: Kingston v Maccabi Tel Aviv
European Champions Cup from Wembley Arena.
Commentators: Paul Dickenson, Bill Beswick

Racing
From Haydock Park.
1.00 Tattersalls Mares Only Novices Chase (2½m)
1.30 Timeform Chase (2½m)
2.00 Greenalls Gold Cup Handicap Chase (3½m).
Commentators: Peter O'Sullevan, Richard Pitman
From Newbury.
1.15 Philip Comes Nickel Alloys Novices Chase (2½m)
1.45 Philip Comes Saddle of Gold Hurdle (3m 120yds).
Commentators: Julian Wilson, John Hanmer

Boxing
Mason and Lewis prepare for the double title fight.

Contributors

Presenter:
Desmond Lynam
Commentary (Rugby Union:
Ireland v England): Nigel Starmer-Smith
Commentary (Rugby Union:
Ireland v England): Hugo MacNeill
Commentary (Rugby Union:
France v Wales): Bill McLaren
Commentary (Rugby Union:
France v Wales): Eddie Butler
Commentary (Basketball):
Paul Dickenson
Commentary (Basketball):
Bill Beswick
Commentary (Racing):
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary (Racing):
Richard Pitman
Commentary (Racing):
Julian Wilson
Commentary (Racing):
John Hanmer

Jimmy Savile makes some more dreams come true for people of all ages.

Requests: if you have an unusual request for yourself or as a pleasant surprise for a friend, write to Jimmy Savile at [address removed].
(Teletext subtitles: page 888)

Contributors

Presenter:
Jimmy Savile
Director:
Helen Gartell
Producer:
Roger Ordish

In the last show of the present series, Paul Daniels presents the biggest illusion he has ever attempted. His special guests are Paul Gascoigne, Peter Shilton and Jon Pertwee. Also appearing are adagio dancers Tom Lake and Kuniko Narai from America and the Trampoline Guys from Canada. Featuring Debbie McGee.
(Teletext Subtitles: page 888)

Contributors

Presenter:
Paul Daniels
Assistant:
Debbie McGee
Guest:
Paul Gascoigne
Guest:
Peter Shilton
Guest:
Jon Pertwee
Performer:
Tom Lake
Performer:
Kuniko Narai
Performers:
The Trampoline Guys
Director/Producer:
Geoff Miles

Starring John Nettles

Bergerac is summoned to a lonely castle in Brittany to meet the mysterious Hapgood who asks him to find out who is threatening his life.
(Teletext Subtitles: page 888)

Contributors

Writer:
John Fletcher
Producer:
George Gallaccio
Director:
Colm Villa
Jim Bergerac:
John Nettles
Charlie Hungerford:
Terence Alexander
Hapgood:
Christian Burgess
Salesman:
Mark Sproston
Madame Roussat:
Gay Hamilton
Perkins:
Peter Cellier
Shopkeeper:
John Webb
Grocer:
Pamela Ruddock

Comedy starring John Candy

When an ex-cop and an inept lawyer join forces as security guards they don't exactly strike fear into the hearts and bellies of LA's bad guys - especially as they are frequently unable to tell the cops from the crooks.

Films: page 35

Contributors

Director:
Mark L Lester
Frank Dooley:
John Candy
Norman Kane:
Eugene Levy
Maggie Cavanaugh:
Meg Ryan
Michael Carlino:
Robert Loggia
Clarence O'Connell:
Kenneth McMillan
Anthony Lazarus:
Brion James
Clyde Klepper:
Jonathan Banks
Sergeant Rizzo:
Don Stroud

Jasper Carrott issues an invitation to a special showing of his favourite television commercials from around the world. With some weird and wonderful examples of the adman's art, he demonstrates how, from Sydney to Stockholm, when it comes to the pursuit of customers, almost anything goes.

A Celador production for BBCtv

Contributors

Presenter:
Jasper Carrott
Director/Producer:
Paul Smith

Starring Rod Steiger, Geraldine Fitzgerald

Shot on location in New York City, director Sidney Lumet's compelling drama centres on the life of a Jewish pawnbroker. Sol Nazerman survived the Nazi death camps but watched his wife and family perish. His traumatic experiences have drained him of all emotional response and it seems that nothing and nobody can penetrate his self-absorption.

Films: page 38

Contributors

Director:
Sidney Lumet
Sol Nazerman:
Rod Steiger
Marilyn Birchfield:
Geraldine Fitzgerald
Rodriguez:
Brock Peters
Jesus Ortiz:
Jaime Sanchez
Ortiz's girl:
Thelma Oliver
Tessie:
Marketa Kimbrell
Mendel:
Baruch Lumet
Mr Smith:
Juano Hernandez
Ruth:
Linda Geiser
Bertha:
Mancy R Pollock
Tangee:
Raymond St Jacques
Buck:
John McCurry

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