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With Kirsten O'Brien and Otis the Aardvark. Animated feline fun.
Repeat
7.45Babar Elephant adventures.
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8.10 Albert the Fifth Musketeer Animated adventures. Repeat
8.35 The Flintstones Stone-Age cartoon. Repeat
9.00 Phantom Futuristic animation.
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9.20 The Incredible Hulk Animation.
9.45 Grange Hill The series from 1989. Georgina finds a mysterious note in her school book.
Written by David Angus Repeat Subtitled....
10.15 Sweet Valley High Teenage drama set in California. Stereo ..............
10.40 The O Zone Pop music news.
Featuring a look at music on the internet, plus interviews with Babybird and new Australian group Savage Garden. With
Jamie Theakston and Jayne Middlemiss. Repeated on Tuesday at 7.10pm on BBC2
CONTACT ADDRESSES FOR CHILDREN'S BBC: viewers can use the following details to interact
By post: Children's BBC, TO Box 4567, London W12 6AA Telephone: (0181) [number removed]; Fax: (0181) 576 E-mail: childrens@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown:
Kirsten O'Brien
Written By:
David Angus
Unknown:
Jamie Theakston
Unknown:
Jayne Middlemiss.

Comedy starring Pee-Wee Herman, Kris Kristofferson
Pee-Wee and his faithful talking pig Vance are joined on their wacky farm first by performers and animals, then by Mace Montana and his circus in a freak storm.
(1988, U)
Subtitled
See Films: pages 56-67 ***

Contributors

Director:
Randal Kleiser
Pee-Wee Herman:
null Himself
Mace Montana:
Kris Kristofferson
Winnie:
Penelope Ann Miller
Gina:
Valeria Golino
Midge Montana:
Susan Tyrrell
Mr Ryan:
Albert Henderson

Introduced by Steve Riderfrom Wentworth
12.35 Cricket Focus The latest news and action from the international scene and county circuit from Geoffrey Boycott.
1.00 News
1.05, 2.10 Tennis Coverage of the final of the Women's World Doubles Cup from Edinburgh. Commentary by John Barrett.
1.55, 2.25, 2.55, 3.50 Racing From
Haydock, featuring races at 2.00,2.30 and 3pm. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Willie Carson.
2.40,3.10,4.00 Golf Second-round action from the PGA championship at
Wentworth. Italian Costantino Rocca took this title last year-finishing two strokes ahead of Nick Faldo and Paul Lawrie.
Commentary by Peter Alliss , Alex Hay , Dave Marr , Beverly Lewis ,
Mike Hughesdon and Dougie Donnelly.
Coverage continues at 5pm on BBC2.
4.45 Football and News Roundup
Highlights of the Scottish FA Cup final between Falkirk and Kilmarnock, plus today's key results and sporting news. Producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Dave Gordon

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Riderfrom Wentworth
Unknown:
Geoffrey Boycott.
Commentary By:
John Barrett.
Commentary By:
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary By:
Julian Wilson
Commentary By:
Willie Carson.
Unknown:
Costantino Rocca
Unknown:
Nick Faldo
Unknown:
Paul Lawrie.
Commentary By:
Peter Alliss
Commentary By:
Alex Hay
Commentary By:
Dave Marr
Commentary By:
Beverly Lewis
Commentary By:
Mike Hughesdon
Commentary By:
Dougie Donnelly.
Producer:
Martin Hopkins
Editor:
Dave Gordon

Things that Go Bump in the Night The platoon spends the night in an apparently deserted house. Capt Mainwaring ARTHUR LOWE ,
Sgt Wilson JOHN LE MESURIER ,
Corp Jones CLIVE DUNN , Pte Frazer JOHN LAURIE ,
Pte Walker JAMES BECK , Pte Godfrey ARNOLD RIDLEY , Pte Pike IAN LAVENDER
Written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft Producer David Croft
Repeat Subtitled ..................

Contributors

Unknown:
Capt Mainwaring Arthur Lowe
Unknown:
Sgt Wilson John Le Mesurier
Unknown:
Corp Jones Clive Dunn
Unknown:
Pte Frazer John Laurie
Unknown:
Pte Walker James Beck
Unknown:
Pte Godfrey Arnold Ridley
Unknown:
Pte Pike Ian Lavender
Written By:
Jimmy Perry
Written By:
David Croft
Producer:
David Croft

In the last show in the series, Gaby Roslin meets three wi Id-west fanatics who compete to take part in a rodeo in America; three airport staff members hoping to win the flight of a lifetime; and three male dancers who audition tojoin male strippers the Dreamboys. Director Patricia Mordecai ; Producer
Barbara Lee

Contributors

Unknown:
Gaby Roslin
Director:
Patricia Mordecai
Producer:
Barbara Lee

Make Believe. Another chance to see an episode from the last series, in which Charlie returns to A&E, determined to clear his name of sexual harassment.
Written by Kate Lock ; Producer Rosalind Anderson ; Director Peter Barber-Fleming
Repeat Stereo

Contributors

Written By:
Kate Lock
Producer:
Rosalind Anderson
Director:
Peter Barber-Fleming
Charlie Fairhead:
Derek Thompson
Barbara Hayes:
Julia Watson
Kate Wilson:
Sorcha Cusack
Jude Kocarnik:
Lisa Coleman
Matt Hawley:
Jason Merrells
Josh Griffiths:
Ian Bleasdale
Liz Harker:
Sue Devaney
Richard McCaig:
Gray O'Brien
Gloria Hammond:
Ganiat Kasumu
Sam Colloby:
Jonathan Kerrigan
Jack Hathaway:
Peter Birch
David Sinclair:
Vas Blackwood
Lisa Jensen:
Linda Armstrong
Jayne Bazeley:
Lucy Cohu
Monica:
Soo Drouet
John:
Mark Powley

Highlights of tonight's historic friendly international between England and South Africa at Old Trafford. This is the first meeting between the two nations and the first England international to take place at the home of Manchester United since 1938.
Commentary by Jon Champion with Trevor Brooking. Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen and Jimmy Hill.
Series producer John Shrewsbury ; Editor
Niall Sloane

Contributors

Commentary By:
Jon Champion
Unknown:
Trevor Brooking.
Introduced By:
Desmond Lynam
Unknown:
Alan Hansen
Unknown:
Jimmy Hill.
Producer:
John Shrewsbury
Editor:
Niall Sloane

Last in the current series of the irreverent sports quiz, hosted by Nick Hancock , with David Gower , Lee Hurst , Gary Lineker , and RoryMcGrath, and guests Ron Atkinson and Zoe Ball.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer
Harry Thompson Shown last Wednesday

Contributors

Unknown:
Nick Hancock
Unknown:
David Gower
Unknown:
Lee Hurst
Unknown:
Gary Lineker
Unknown:
Ron Atkinson
Unknown:
Zoe Ball.
Director:
Ian Lorimer
Producer:
Harry Thompson

Musical biographical drama starring
Stephen Mackenna
Rod Culbertson
John Altman , Ray Ashcroft From the back streets of Liverpool to theirtriumph in America, this film charts the rise to fame of the Fab Four.
Director Richard Marquand (1979)
+ See Films: pages 56-67

Contributors

Unknown:
Stephen MacKenna
Unknown:
Rod Culbertson
Unknown:
John Altman
Unknown:
Ray Ashcroft
Director:
Richard Marquand

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