Children's drama series.
Champion is in danger when he is suspected of a killing.
Children's drama series.
With Andi Peters.
Cartoon set in a mystical forest.
More hilarious capers.
Sarah Greene and Phillip Schofield welcome in the new year with a special edition.
Trev Neal and Simon Hickson conduct an extensive "looking eye" investigation into television. Neighbours twins
Gayle and Gillian Blakeney drop inalongwithJudithHann from Tomorrow's World. Plus music from the Farm, Run the Risk with Shane Richie and Peter
Simon, cartoons, and George Takei , alias Star Trek 's Mr Sulu , beams up.
Director Steve Hocking Producer David Mercer
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Helping her master with a school gardening project, Lassie suffers a nasty accident.
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Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus; 1.00 News
1.05 Racing; 1.20 Cross-country
1.35 Racing; 1.50 Cross-country
2.10 Racing; 2.25 Cross-country
2.55 Rugby league
3.45 Football half-times
3.55 Rugby league; 4.35 Final Score
Live coverage of the first semi-final of the Regal Trophy (kick-off 3.00pm). Last year,
Leeds defeated Salford to book their place in the final, only to be whitewashed by Widnes, semi-finalists in three of the last four years. Commentary by Ray French .
The Durham Cross-Country international brings together many of the biggest names in the sport for the high calibre men's and women's races.
Commentary by Stuart Storey and Brendan Foster.
Bob Wilson and Gary Lineker look forward to one of the most exciting days in the domestic football calendar - the FA Cup third round. Also a review of the FA Premier League.
1.10 Challow Hurdle (2m 5f)
1.40 Ladbroke Racing Welfare Handicap Hurdle (2m ½f)
2.15 Mandarin H'cap Chase (3m 2½f) Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan and Richard Pitman.
Producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Dave Gordon
With Jennie Bond.
Weather Rob McElwee
Last show in the series where family couples compete to see who will reach the conveyor belt and its host of goodies. With Rosemarie Ford.
Noel Edmonds invites some more celebrities to join him for an evening of fun and games at Crinkley Bottom. Tonight's guests include jockey
Willie Carson , who is the unabashed winner of a "Gotcha Oscar" when he is persuaded to dress up as a cowhand to sing a song with Chas 'n' Dave. Record
Breakers' Roy Castle pays a visit and viewers have the chance to choose between
Andi Peters or Edd the Duck for the gunge tank.
Plus more outspoken children reveal all about their parents in Wait Till I Get You Home and the NTV hidden cameras reveal another unsuspecting viewer's habits.
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Paul Daniels presents some more magical illusions and introduces speciality acts from around the world. Tonight his guests are aerial acrobat Nyoka from Mexico, French comedy magician Philippe Socrate and Canadian Marty Feldman look-alike Denis Lacombe with his crazy conductor act. Plus visits from Carmen Silvera, Jim Bowen, John Inman, Ruth Madoc and Norman Collier.
Drama series set in Holby City Hospital's Accident and Emergency Department.
Duffy is surprised by the identity of the new consultant while Ash receives shocking news from Nikki; a bride-to-be has second thoughts when the groom and best man end up in casualty; and a little girl suffers the consequences of her parents' bitter divorce.
With Michael Buerk.
Weather Rob McElwee
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Comedy thriller starring
Robert De Niro
Sean Penn , Demi Moore Two small-time crooks are forced to join a prison break-out. Separated from their "leader", a condemned killer, they take refuge in a small border town where they are mistaken for priests who have come to see the miracle of the Weeping Virgin. This could just turn out to be the safest hide-out in the world.
Director Neil Jordan was responsible for The Crying Game and Mona Lisa ; the screenplay is by David Mamet , the writer of Glengarry Glen Ross and The Untouchables.
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Some say it's the best day of the football calendar - the FA Cup third round. Highlights from two of the best ties of the round and the goals from all the other significant games.
Commentary by Barry Davies and Tony Gubba. Analysis and comment from Alan Hansen and Gary Lineker. Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Series producerjohn Shrewsbury
Editor Brian Barwick (Match of the Day Live: Nottm Forest v Southampton is tomorrow at 3.00pm)
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Further coverage of the first round of the Embassy World Professional Darts from
Lakeside Country Club,
Frimley Green, Surrey. This evening's play features three more matches over the best of five sets. With commentary by Tony Green and Sid Waddell.
Introduced by Dougie Donnelly. Executive producer Keith Mackenzie