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Today's guests are Wil Wheaton (Ensign Wesley Crusher of "Star Trek: the Next Generation"), snooker champion Steve Davis, and psychedelic band Jellyfish. Plus Ewoks, the Killer Tomatoes and spooks a go-go with Rentaghost, and a message from resident naturalist Ramblin' Ron Freethy.
With Ross King , Charlotte Hindle and Dianne Oxberry.

Contributors

Presenter:
Ross King
Presenter:
Charlotte Hindle
Presenter:
Dianne Oxberry
Guest:
Wil Wheaton
Guest:
Steve Davis
Musicians:
null Jellyfish
Naturalist:
Ron Freethy
Director:
Alan Yardley
Series Producer:
Martyn Day

Service
A service of remembrance and thanksgiving from
Glasgow Cathedral, in the presence of HM the Queen. With the Most Rev
John S Habgood , Archbishop of York. Introduced by Tom Fleming.
Producer Stuart Miller
Executive producer Andrew Barr 0 (can also be heard on RadMFM)

Contributors

Unknown:
John S Habgood
Introduced By:
Tom Fleming.
Producer:
Stuart Miller
Producer:
Andrew Barr

Introduced by Steve Rider.
Provisional Timetable
1.20 Horse trials
2.40 Snooker
3.40 Rugby union
4.40 Final Score
World Snooker
The semi-finals of the 1991 World Professional Championships from
Sheffield continue. The first to 16 frames guarantees a place in the final. Commentary by Ted Lowe , Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton.
Rugby Union Harlequins v Northampton
Live coverage from Twickenham of the second-half of the Pilkington Cup Final.
Northampton are making their first appearance in the final. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith and Bill Beaumont.
Horse Trials
Whitbread Championships from Badminton.
The top six in the world, led by Blyth Tait of New Zealand riding Messiah, tackle the cross-country phase. Virginia Leng returns on Master
Craftsman and Nicky Coe defends the title on Middle Road.
Commentary by Raymond Brooks-Ward , Michael Tucker , Lucinda Green and Lorna Clarke.
Producer Martin Hopkins Editor John Philips 0 SPORT: page 1

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Rider.
Commentary By:
Ted Lowe
Commentary By:
Jack Karnehm
Commentary By:
Nigel Starmer-Smith
Commentary By:
Bill Beaumont.
Unknown:
Blyth Tait
Unknown:
Virginia Leng
Unknown:
Nicky Coe
Commentary By:
Raymond Brooks-Ward
Commentary By:
Michael Tucker
Commentary By:
Lucinda Green
Commentary By:
Lorna Clarke.

More adventures with the Australian airborne medics.
Broken Airwaves. Kate feels taken for granted and resigns to compete in a rodeo.
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Dr Geoff Standish:
Robert Grubb
Dr Chris Randall:
Liz Burch
Kate Wellings:
Leonore Smith
Sam Patterson:
Peter O'Brien

Test your knowledge of showbiz as Gloria Hunniford welcomes Birds of a Feather actress Pauline Quirke and Daytime UK presenter Alan Titchmarsh , while
Kenny Everett is joined by actresses EastEnder June Brown and You Rang, M'Lords Su Pollard. Presented by Mike Smith. Producer Peter Hamilton
• TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown:
Gloria Hunniford
Unknown:
Pauline Quirke
Presenter:
Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown:
Kenny Everett
Unknown:
June Brown
Unknown:
Su Pollard.
Presented By:
Mike Smith.
Producer:
Peter Hamilton

The cas* add to their catalogue of quirky characters and impressive impressions in another half hour of fast stand-up comedy. Starring Shane Richie , Billy Pearce ,
George Marshall , Maddi Cryer and Annette Law.
Director/Producer Bill Wilson

Contributors

Unknown:
Shane Richie
Unknown:
Billy Pearce
Unknown:
George Marshall
Unknown:
Maddi Cryer
Unknown:
Annette Law.
Producer:
Bill Wilson

Les Dawson and 'friends' compete for some wonderful prizes, including the chance to win a fabulous holiday, in this fast, fun-filled family quiz. Director Sylvie Boden Producer Stanley Appel
• TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Director:
Sylvie Boden
Producer:
Stanley Appel

Regional Variations (2)

Eurovision Song Contest

1991

Grand Final: 1991

Duration: 3 hours, 15 minutes

on BBC One West

The thirty-sixth annual Eurovision Song Contest from Studio 15 di Cinecitta in Rome, Italy.This year's winner was Carola singing "Fangad av en stormvind" to give Sweden their third victory. Show more

Australian action film starring
Terence Donovan
Ed Devereaux
Bryan Brown
Following the hijack of a payroll wagon and the murder of a guard, Darcy's Security Services is alarmed by a tip-off of a further robbery.
Written and directed by Bruce Beresford 0 FILMS: pages 35-40

Contributors

Unknown:
Terence Donovan
Unknown:
Ed Devereaux
Unknown:
Bryan Brown
Directed By:
Bruce Beresford
Eric:
Terence Donovan
Dick Martin:
Ed Devereaux
Brian Jackson:
Bryan Brown
LeoBassett:
Tony Bonner
Robert Conway:
Lucky Grills
Sammy Ross:
Alan Cassell
Lionel Darcy:
Frank Wilson
Mindel:
Candy Raymond

To coincide with the network premiere of director Brian De Palma's feature film The Untouchables, this documentary talks to those involved in the dramatic re-creation of gangland Chicago in the 1920s. With actors Kevin Costner and Sean Connery,
Brian De Palma and screenplay writer David Mamet. Narrated by David Castell.
Feature: page 42

Contributors

Narrator:
David Castell
Interviewee:
Kevin Costner
Interviewee:
Sean Connery
Interviewee:
Brian de Palma
Interviewee:
David Mamet

BBC One London

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