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In the last in the series guests include Take That, who will be taking your calls, actress Lesley Joseph from Birds of a Feather, and Eternal. There's a special edition of the gungy game show Run the Risk with Shane Richie and Peter Simon , and Lenny Henry gives his top five tips on how to tell jokes. Plus Trev and Simon's Video Garden, and Ratz the computer cat in the Chip Shop. Presented by Emma Forbes , Andi Peters and John Barrowman.
Editor Chris Bellinger COMPETITION LINE: [number removed] (maximum cost of call 20p), for a copy of the rules send an sae to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Lesley Joseph
Unknown:
Shane Richie
Unknown:
Peter Simon
Unknown:
Lenny Henry
Presented By:
Emma Forbes
Presented By:
Andi Peters
Presented By:
John Barrowman.
Editor:
Chris Bellinger

Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus
Bob Wilson looks back at last weekend's FA Cup semi-finals and reflects on the midweek European club competitions. Plus a roundup of news and action from the latest matches in the race for the FA Premiership.
1.00 News
1.05, 2.05, 2.35, 4.00 World Snooker
The opening day of the World Championship from Sheffield.
Scotland's Stephen Hendry begins the defence of his title against Surinder Gill , 1985 champion Dennis Taylor faces Ronnie O'Sullivan , and Jimmy White takes on Billy Snaddon.
Commentary by Ted Lowe , Jack Karnehm and Clive Everton.
1.55, 2.25, 2.55, 3.25 Racing
From Newbury, featuring races at
2.00, 2.30, 3.00 and 3.30.
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
3.05 Squash
British Open championship. Featuring coverage of the men's and women's finals. Commentary by Tony Gubba.
3.35 Motor Racing
The start of the British Touring Car championship from Thruxton.
Commentary by Murray Walker.
3.55 Football Half-Times
4.40 Final Score
Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon
12.15-3.05
3.05-5.10
Desmond Lynam kicks off our summer sport guide
SEE FEATURE page 34

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Rider.
Unknown:
Bob Wilson
Unknown:
Stephen Hendry
Unknown:
Surinder Gill
Unknown:
Dennis Taylor
Unknown:
Ronnie O'Sullivan
Unknown:
Jimmy White
Unknown:
Billy Snaddon.
Commentary By:
Ted Lowe
Commentary By:
Jack Karnehm
Commentary By:
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary By:
Julian Wilson
Commentary By:
Jimmy Lindley.
Commentary By:
Tony Gubba.
Commentary By:
Murray Walker.
Producer:
Martin Hopkins
Editor:
Dave Gordon
Unknown:
Desmond Lynam

Regional Variations (2)

Only Fools and Horses

Miami Twice

Episode 2: Miami Twice: Oh to Be in England

Duration: 1 hour, 25 minutes

on BBC One West

Feature-length episode of the sitcom. Del and Rodney have to rely on American hospitality when someone pinches their camper-van. Show more

Tonight's show includes an awards ceremony to applaud
Britain's most parent-friendly places, with guest celebrities including Nanette Newman and Loyd Grossman. Plus the Dirty Nappy Award for the least friendly organisation. Call the hotline 081-752
(during the programme and for two hours afterwards) with your urgent problems or for information about tonight's programme. Presented by Esther Rantzen.
Director Stuart McDonald Editor Bryher Scudamore

Contributors

Unknown:
Nanette Newman
Unknown:
Loyd Grossman.
Presented By:
Esther Rantzen.
Director:
Stuart McDonald
Editor:
Bryher Scudamore

The best of the day's action from the FA Premiership including Wimbledon v Manchester United and Southampton v Blackburn. Plus all the action from the other games. Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking. Commentary by Barry Davies and Tony Gubba.
Series producer John Shrewsbury
Editor Brian Barwick
ALAN HANSEN page 10

Contributors

Introduced By:
Desmond Lynam
Unknown:
Alan Hansen
Unknown:
Trevor Brooking.
Commentary By:
Barry Davies
Commentary By:
Tony Gubba.
Producer:
John Shrewsbury
Editor:
Brian Barwick
Unknown:
Alan Hansen

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