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This morning's special guests include Superman Dean Cain and Luke McAllister (Noah Huntley in Emmerdale). There's live music, pop videos, Star Driving Test, Run the Risk, Flashback Phone-In and cartoons.
Presented by Andi Peters, Emma Forbes, John Barrowman, Trev Neal and Simon Hickson.

Write to - Live and Kicking [address removed] or telephone [number removed](lines open from 8.30am)

Contributors

Presenter:
Andi Peters
Presenter:
Emma Forbes
Presenter:
John Barrowman
Presenter:
Trev Neal
Presenter:
Simon Hickson
Guest:
Dean Cain
Guest:
Luke McAllister
Editor:
Chris Bellinger

Introduced by Steve Rider.
11.45, 12.30pm Boat Race
The Oxford and Cambridge crews contest the 140th University Boat Race for the Beefeater Gin Trophy, along the 4¼-mile course from Putney to Mortlake, with the start timed for 12.30pm. Cambridge were the surprise winners last year following a run of 16 Oxford successes in the previous 17 races. As well as live coverage of the Boat Race, at 4.20 there will also be highlights of the Head of the River Race from Mortlake to Putney, contested by a huge number of crews including Olympic gold medallists Steve Redgrave and Jonny and Greg Searle. Commentary by Barry Davies, Chris Baillieu and Dan Topolski.

1.00 News

1.05 Football Focus
News, comment and action from the FA Premiership. With Bob Wilson.

1.25, 1.55, 2.25 Racing
From Newbury. Featuring races at 1.30,2.00 and 2.30.

1.40, 2.10 Figure Skating
The World Championships from Japan featuring the ladies' free programme in which Olympic champion Oksana Baiul of Ukraine defends her world crown.

2.40, 3.35 Rugby League
From Central Park, Wigan, live coverage of the Challenge Cup semi-final between St Helens and Leeds. Kick-off at 2.45pm.

3.25 Motor Racing
Murray Walker reports from Brazil on the eve of the start of the new Formula 1 Grand Prix season.

4.40 Final Score

Contributors

Presenter:
Steve Rider
Presenter:
Bob Wilson
Commentator:
Barry Davies
Commentator:
Chris Baillieu
Commentator:
Dan Topolski
Reporter:
Murray Walker
Producer:
Martin Hopkins
Editor:
Dave Gordon

Stephanie Beacham is the special guest in the last house party in the present series. Lionel Blair gets the Gotcha treatment and soccer star John Barnes attempts to Grab a Grand.
The series has enjoyed some notable achievements. Viewing figures have settled at around 12 million, beating all other
Saturday night competition, and the show's mascot, Mr Blobby , reached number one in the Christmas pop charts and has spawned a wealth of merchandise of questionable taste.
But producer
Jonathan Beazley says the show's popularity rests on the weekly features. "We have had some phenomenal Gotchas, notably Angela Rippon , David Gower and Sue Barker , and this year's new item, Big Pork Pie, has been really successful." A new series is planned for the autumn. Executive producer Michael Leggo

Contributors

Unknown:
Stephanie Beacham
Unknown:
Lionel Blair
Unknown:
John Barnes
Unknown:
Mr Blobby
Unknown:
Jonathan Beazley
Unknown:
Angela Rippon
Unknown:
David Gower
Unknown:
Sue Barker
Producer:
Michael Leggo

Snooker's youngest new champion Ronnie O'Sullivan attempts to withstand the challenge of Alan McManus and Joe Swail in the last show of the series. With referee John Virgo and host Jim Davidson. Director Charles Garland Producer John Burrowes

Contributors

Unknown:
Ronnie O'Sullivan
Unknown:
Alan McManus
Unknown:
Joe Swail
Unknown:
John Virgo
Unknown:
Jim Davidson.
Director:
Charles Garland
Producer:
John Burrowes

Anneka Rice and MP David
Mellor consider another moral conundrum posed by Terry Wogan with resident guest Frank Skinner. This week: what would you do if your best mate asked you to lie to the police on their behalf?
Two possible outcomes to the dilemma have been filmed and when the phone lines are thrown open, it is the majority response from the viewers at home that decides which will be transmitted. Join in the fun by phoning with your vote.
Telephone 0[number removed]for "yes", 0[number removed]for "no"; calls cost no more than lOp. Producer Kevin Lygo
Executive producer TrishKinane
An Action Time production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown:
Anneka Rice
Unknown:
Mp David
Unknown:
Terry Wogan
Unknown:
Frank Skinner.
Producer:
Kevin Lygo

Regional Variations (2)

Birds of a Feather

Series 4

Episode 4: Wipe That Smile off Your Tape

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

When Sharon joins a video dating agency, the results take everyone by surprise. Tracey has her own ideas for Sharon's love life.

Hard-hitting investigations and real-life humour from Esther Rantzen , Gavin Campbell ,
Adrian Mills , Kevin Devine and special guest, impressionist Janet Brown who presents viewers' newscuttings and gives her own comments on the week's news. Call the hotline
[number removed]with your urgent problems or for programme information. DirectorStuart McDonald
Editor BryherScudamore

Contributors

Unknown:
Esther Rantzen
Unknown:
Gavin Campbell
Unknown:
Adrian Mills
Unknown:
Kevin Devine
Unknown:
Janet Brown

Highlights of three of today's top matches from the FA Premiership including
Wimbledon v Leeds United.
Plus action, news and analysis from the other games in the League. There's also a chance to enter the March Goal of the Month competition.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Trevor Brooking. Commentators are
John Motson and Clive Tyldesley. Series producer John Shrewsbury Editor Brian Barwick

Contributors

Introduced By:
Desmond Lynam
Unknown:
Trevor Brooking.
Unknown:
John Motson
Unknown:
Clive Tyldesley.
Producer:
John Shrewsbury
Editor:
Brian Barwick

Thriller, directed by and starring
Clint Eastwood
A late-night California D has a very serious and persistent fan who calls him repeatedly to request Misty to be played. After they spend the night together, she begins to behave more and more strangely.
Murphy DONSIEGEL (1971)
FILM REVIEWS pages45 52

Contributors

Unknown:
Clint Eastwood
Dave Garland:
Clinteast Wood
Evelyn Draper:
Jessica Walter
Tobie Williams:
Donna Mills
Sgt McCallum:
John Larch
Al Monte:
James McEachin
Frank Dewan:
Jack Ging
Madge Brenner:
Irene Hervey
Birdie:
Clarice Taylor

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BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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