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The food and fun series.
Today's edition goes down on the farm. Cheryl Baker visits organic farmer
Helen Browning , and back in the studio she cooks farmer's filler and chocolate potatoes. Plus, the A-Z of vegetables.

Contributors

Unknown:
Cheryl Baker
Unknown:
Helen Browning

Special guests this morning include comedian Eric Idle , actress Helen Worth , who plays Coronation Street's Gail Platt , and author Paula Danziger with her top five friendship books.
There's music from East 17 and Barry Norman previews films for younger viewers. Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes is this week's Press Conference guest and there's cartoon action with Pirates of Dark Water and the Chipmunks. Shane Richie and Peter Simon present Run the Risk. Presented by Sarah Greene and Phillip Schofield. Editor Chris Bellinger
TELEPHONE: call this morning's studio guests on [number removed]. LETTERS: write to Going Live!
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Contributors

Unknown:
Eric Idle
Unknown:
Helen Worth
Unknown:
Gail Platt
Unknown:
Paula Danziger
Unknown:
Barry Norman
Unknown:
Sir Ranulph Fiennes
Unknown:
Shane Richie
Unknown:
Peter Simon
Presented By:
Sarah Greene
Presented By:
Phillip Schofield.
Editor:
Chris Bellinger

It's Grand National day, and for one of the great occasions in the sporting calendar Grandstand is introduced by Desmond Lynam from Aintree.
12.15 pm Prologue
Gauge the mood at Liverpool as the excitement increases, with the latest news of the runners and riders. What effect are the nation's once-a-year bets having on the market?

Contributors

Introduced By:
Desmond Lynam

In both England and Scotland it's semi-final weekend in the FA and Scottish Cup. A form guide assesses the fortunes of Arsenal, Spurs, Sheffield United and Sheffield
Wednesday, and of Aberdeen, Hibernian, Hearts and Rangers. Plus a review of the performances by England and Wales in midweek World Cup qualifying games. Presented by Bob Wilson.

Contributors

Presented By:
Bob Wilson.

A Grandstand guide to the race, first run in 1839 when it was won by the appropriately named Lottery. This is followed by advice on which horses to back in today's big race: Julian Wilson and the team of experts pinpoint the best runners with the help of jockeys, trainers and owners. Can Party Politics repeat last year's winning performance? A search for the most unlikely prospects for success. How realistic is the overseas challenge? Tracy Piggott reports on Ireland's hopes.

Contributors

Unknown:
Julian Wilson
Unknown:
Tracy Piggott

The 1993 Martell Grand
National (4m 4f).
Forty horses, all competing to win what is arguably the world's greatest steeplechase, face four-and-a-half gruelling miles and 30 fences including Becher's, Canal Turn,
Valentine's and the Chair.
This year's race is the first in National Hunt history to have prize money of over 1100,000 for the winning owner. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jim McGrath and JohnHanmer.

Contributors

Commentary By:
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary By:
Jim McGrath

Vidiprinter, classified football results and a full roundup of the day's sporting stories. TV presentation (racing) Keith Mackenzie Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon
Our guide to great summer of sport
SEE FEATURE page

Contributors

Unknown:
Keith MacKenzie
Producer:
Martin Hopkins
Editor:
Dave Gordon

In the last programme of the present series, Mike Smith is joined on the celebrity panel game by Jason Riddington, who appears to have survived the dramatic last episode of Casualty and teams up with comedian Jenny Eclair. Geoffrey Hughes from Keeping Up Appearances plays alongside Jilly Goolden, the wine-quaffing presenter from BBC2's Food and Drink.

Contributors

Presenter:
Mike Smith
Panellist:
Jason Riddington
Panellist:
Jenny Eclair
Panellist:
Geoffrey Hughes
Panellist:
Jilly Goolden
Director:
John Rooney
Producer:
Nick Vaughan-Barratt

Comedy series written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft.
Starring Paul Shane, Jeffrey Holland, Su Pollard

Mabel finds a purse in the street and Ralph decides to hold a ball for all the servants.

Stereo) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Writer:
Jimmy Perry
Writer/Producer:
David Croft
Director:
Roy Gould
Alf Stokes:
Paul Shane
James Twelvetrees:
Jeffrey Holland
Ivy Teasdale:
Su Pollard
Lord Meldrum:
Donald Hewlett
The Honourable Teddy:
Michael Knowles
PC Wilson:
Bill Pertwee
Mrs Lipton:
Brenda Cowling
Lady Lavender:
Mavis Pugh
Poppy:
Susie Brann
Cissy:
Catherine Rabett
Henry:
Perry Benson
Mabel:
Barbara New
Sir Ralph Shawcross:
John Horsley
Lady Agatha Shawcross:
Angela Scoular
Bishop:
Frank Williams
Madge Cartwright:
Yvonne Marsh
Selfridge:
Hugh Lloyd
Rose:
Amanda Bellamy
Mr Perkins:
Norman Mitchell

Light-hearted lycanthropic comedy starring Michael J Fox
Everyone suffers growing pains - but Scott is in a class of his own. For this average high-school student finds that when puberty ends, his problems begin as he becomes a teenage werewolf.
Back to the Future star Michael
J Fox is the hairy hero of this highly-successful comedy in which teen dreams collide with unlikely reality
Director Rod Daniel
SEE FILMS pages 45-50

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael J Fox
Unknown:
J Fox
Director:
Rod Daniel
Scott Howard:
Michael) Fox
Harold Howard:
James Hampton
Boof:
Susan Ursitti
Stiles:
Jerry Levine
Lewis:
Matt Adler
Pamela:
Lorie Griffin
Mr Thorne:
Jim MacKrell
Mick:
Mark Arnold
Coach Finstock , ,:
Jay Tarses

More hard-hitting investigations and real-life humour from Esther Rantzen and her team - Gavin Campbell , Adrian Mills , Howard Leader and Kevin Devine.
Director Chris Fox
Editor Bryher Scudamore
WRITE TO: That's Life!. BBCtv, London
W 12 7TS, if you have a problem you would like the programme to investigate. Letters cannot be acknowledged.

Contributors

Unknown:
Esther Rantzen
Unknown:
Gavin Campbell
Unknown:
Adrian Mills
Unknown:
Kevin Devine.
Director:
Chris Fox
Editor:
Bryher Scudamore

Sheffield Wednesday v Sheffield United
Highlights of the first of this weekend's FA Cup semi-final meetings at Wembley. United won through on penalties after their quarter-final with Blackburn Rovers. They meet a Wednesday side who have beaten four First Division teams to reach this stage and who boast the skills of Chris
Waddle and the goal-scoring record of defender turned striker Paul Warhurst.
Commentary by Barry Davies. Plus the best of the action from today's Premier League games, a chance to enter the March Goal of the Month competition, and highlights from this afternoon's Grand
National from Aintree.
Introduced by Ray Stubbs. Series producer John Shrewsbury Editor Brian Barwick
(The second semi-final, Arsenal v Spurs, can be seen live tomorrow at 11.45am)

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul Warhurst.
Commentary By:
Barry Davies.
Introduced By:
Ray Stubbs.
Producer:
John Shrewsbury
Editor:
Brian Barwick

Sensual thriller starring Steven Bauer, Barbara Williams

Ray and his wife Mickey lead an affluent life. But one night their home is burgled by Scott Muller, a professional thief.
Among his takings are a picture of Mickey and her diaries. Scott becomes obsessed with her, and decides they must meet, whatever the cost.

See films: pages 46-50

Contributors

Director:
Douglas Day Stewart
Scott Muller:
Steven Bauer
Mickey Davis:
Barbara Williams
Ray Davis:
John Getz
Buddy Calamara:
David Caruso
Janie Pointer:
Christine Ebersole
Marty Morrison:
George Wendt
Sweeney:
Alan North
Nicole:
Romy Windsor

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