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7.10 Open a Door
A story from Australia.
(Repeat)

7.15 Bump
Bump steps into a bucket.
(Repeat)

7.20 Secret Life of Toys
Toys that come to life.
(Repeat) (Stereo)

7.35 Raccoons
Animation.
(Repeat)

8.00 News
(Subtitled)
Regional News; Weather

8.10 The Thunderlizards
Animation.

8.20 Buried Treasure
Activity game show. First shown as an item in Fully Booked
(Stereo)

8.35 Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles
Animation.
(Repeat)

9.00 News
(Subtitled)
Regional News; Weather

9.05 Blue Peter
Romana D'Annunzio flies strapped to the top of a Tiger Moth plane.
(Shown last Friday on BBC1) (Stereo) (Subtitled)

9.30 Sweet Valley High
Drama about teenage twin sisters.
(Repeat) (Stereo)

9.55 Poddington Peas
Animation.
(Repeat)

Contributors

Presenter (Blue Peter):
Romana D'Annunzio

First of a Disney double bill.
Fourth and lastfilm in the Love Bug comedy series about a Volkswagen with extraordinary powers, starring
Cloris Leachman , Charles Martin Smith En route to Brazil, Herbie and its owners get caught up in a plot to steal Incan gold. DirectorVincent McEveety (1980, U) .... ♦See Films: pages 56-67

Contributors

Unknown:
Cloris Leachman
Unknown:
Charles Martin Smith

Animated adventure, second in today's Disney double bill, with animals taking the roles of the characters in the legend of Robin Hood - here a fearless fox who steals from the rich to feed the poor. Featuring the voices of... [see below]
(1973, U)
(Subtitled)
See Films: pages 56-67 ****

Contributors

Director:
Wolfgang Reitherman
Robin Hood (voice):
Brian Bedford
Little John (voice):
Phil Harris
Maid Marian (voice):
Monica Evans
Prince John (voice):
Peter Ustinov
Sir Hiss (voice):
null Terry-Thomas
Friar Tuck (voice):
Andy Devine
Allan-a-Dale (voice):
Roger Miller

Historical epic starring Kirk Douglas, Laurence Olivier

76 BC: born into slavery, the gladiator Spartacus longs for freedom and soon finds himself at the head of an army of slaves in revolt against the might of the Romans.
(1960, PG)
See Films: pages 56-67 *****
What do you mean you've never seen... page 53

Contributors

Director:
Stanley Kubrick
Spartacus:
Kirk Douglas
Marcus Crassus:
Laurence Olivier
Antoninus:
Tony Curtis
Varinia:
Jean Simmons
Gracchus:
Charles Laughton
Batiatus:
Peter Ustinov
Helena Glabrus:
Nina Foch
Tigranes:
Herbert Lom
Draba:
Woody Strode

The fourth Live and Kicking and Comic Relief annual awards ceremony introduced by Nick Hancock and Zoe Ball.
Guests include Jonathan Ross, Angus Deayton, Dale Winton, and England goalkeeper David Seaman, Jonathan Kerrigan (Sam Colloby in Casualty), Lisa Riley (Mandy Dingle in Emmerdale), and Tracey Shaw and Angela Griffin (Maxine and Fiona from Coronation Street).
During the past few weeks, children have been voting for their favourite personalities.
With music from Boyzone, OTT and the Spice Girls. Producer Angela Sharp

Contributors

Presenter:
Nick Hancock
Presenter:
Zoe Ball
Guest:
Jonathan Ross
Guest:
Angus Deayton
Guest:
Dale Winton
Guest:
David Seaman
Guest:
Jonathan Kerrigan
Guest:
Lisa Riley
Guest:
Tracey Shaw
Guest:
Angela Griffin
Singers:
null Boyzone
Singers:
null OTT
Singers:
The Spice Girls
Music:
Tony Royden
Producer:
Angela Sharp

Steve Wright presents the magazine programme about television, with guest Wendy Richard. Dale Winton pays tribute to his TV hero Frankie Howerd. Megan Henry from Belfast, and her dog, meet the stars of Ballykissangel. Plus an appearance by Rod Hull and Emu.

Contributors

Presenter:
Steve Wright
Guest:
Wendy Richard
Reporter:
Dale Winton
Reporter:
Megan Henry
Puppeteer:
Rod Hull
Producer:
Paul Reizin
Executive Producer:
Tony Moss

Tonight, a look at the Spice Girls and the girl power phenomenon they have inspired.
Sue Lawley heads an all-female team of reporters to find out if girl power is the feminism of the 1990s or just a marketing creation. There's a gathering of girls from around the country who want to be Spice Girls, and a look at the making of the group. Radio 1 DJ Jo Whiley checks out girl power from the Suffragettes to Spice; Anastasia Cooke reports on the growth industry in Spice bands and Denise Mahoney goes in search of five friends who live and breathe the Spice Girls' philosophy.
(Stereo)
Story Ideas: ring free on [number removed], fax [number removed], or write to Here and Now, [address removed]. E-mail: [email address removed]
Further Information: Ceefax page

Contributors

Presenter:
Sue Lawley
Reporter:
Jo Whiley
Reporter:
Anastasia Cooke
Reporter:
Denise Mahoney
Producer:
Dale Templar
Editor:
Dave Stanford

Film premiere. Comedy starring and directed by Martin Clunes

Put-upon toy demonstrator Neil Price is preparing to marry his sweetheart Hilary. On his stag night, he is drugged and flown to a remote Scottish island. He wakes up naked on a beach with three days to get back to London for his wedding but that's just the easy part.
(1993, 15) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
See Films: pages 56-67 ***

Contributors

Director:
Martin Clunes
Neil Price:
Martin Clunes
Gary:
Michael Praed
Inspector Lubbock:
John Forgeham
Carmen Sfennipeg:
Anna Chancellor
Mother:
Sylvia Syms
Hilary:
Sarah Winman
Graham:
Griff Rhys Jones
Tina:
Michele Winstanley
Jackie:
Kate Byers
Elderly man:
David Kossoff
Flora:
Virginia McKenna

Comedy. When Sid Boggle and Bernie Lugg decide to take their girlfriends on a holiday to Paradise Camp, they think they're off to a nudist colony.
(1969, PG)
See Films: pages 56-67 ***
Heroes of British comedy: p 52

Contributors

Director:
Gerald Thomas
Sid Boggle:
Sid James
Dr Soaper:
Kenneth Williams
Joan Fussey:
Joan Sims
Charlie Muggins:
Charles Hawtrey
Bernie Lugg:
Bernard Bresslaw
Peter Potter:
Terry Scott
Babs:
Barbara Windsor
Miss Haggerd:
Hattie Jacques
Joshua Fiddler:
Peter Butterworth

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