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Live coverage from the Olympic Stadium in Athens of the opening events in the championships. This morning's action includes the first appearance of Britain's Kelly Holmes in the first round of the women's 1500m. Meanwhile, Canada's defending champion Donovan Bailey is in the first round of the men's 100 metres, where Scotland's Ian Mackie heads the British challenge. Plus the opening heats of the women's 100m and the women's
400m. Commentary David Coleman ,
Stuart Storey. Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster , Christina Boxer , Dave Moorcroft. Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Producers Vivien Kent and Martin Webster
Editors Andrew Clement and Dave Gordon
Including at 7.25 News and Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Kelly Holmes
Unknown:
Donovan Bailey
Unknown:
Ian MacKie
Unknown:
David Coleman
Unknown:
Stuart Storey.
Unknown:
Paul Dickenson
Unknown:
Brendan Foster
Unknown:
Christina Boxer
Unknown:
Dave Moorcroft.
Introduced By:
Desmond Lynam.
Producers:
Vivien Kent
Producers:
Martin Webster
Editors:
Andrew Clement
Editors:
Dave Gordon

The first episode of the 20-part series from 1990. Mr Griffiths gets a surprise on his first day back.

(Repeat) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Mrs McClusky:
Gwyneth Powell
Mr Griffiths:
George A Cooper
Mr Hargreaves:
Kevin O'Shea
Mr MacKenzie:
Nicholas Donnelly
Robbie Wright:
John Alford
Mike Bentley:
Rene Zagger
Trevor Cleaver:
John Drummond
Writer:
Barry Purchese

This week's pop music magazine goes backstage at Top of the Pops with Boyzone. Plus Mark Owen on tour in Spain and American singer Meredith Brooks.
Presented by Jamie Theakston and Jayne Middlemiss.

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Contributors

With:
null Boyzone
With:
Mark Owen
With:
Meredith Brooks
Presenter:
Jamie Theakston
Presenter:
Jayne Middlemiss

Introduced by Desmond Lynam and Sue Barker.

12.20, 4.00 World Athletics Championships
Highlights of this morning's events and continued live coverage from the Olympic Stadium Athens. This afternoon's key events include at 4.00 the first round of the men's 400m hurdles, at 4.40 the second round of the women's 100m, and at 5.20 the second round of the men's 100m.

1.00 News

1.10 Cricket Focus
A preview of the Fifth Test between England and Australia at Trent Bridge, which starts on Thursday. Plus a review of the latest county action, including news of last week's NatWest Trophy quarter-finals.

1.35 Olympic Magazine
A look ahead to next year's Winter Olympics in Nagano and the Summer Games in Sydney in the year 2000. With Jon Ridgeon.

1.55 Motorcycling
Action from races 13 and 14 in the British Superbike Championship from Mallory Park. Commentary by Barry Nutley.

2.25 Racing
From Goodwood, featuring races at 2.45.3.20 and 3.50.
Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Willie Carson.

(Stereo)
Videoplus code for 12.15-6.00

Contributors

Introduced By:
Desmond Lynam
Introduced By:
Sue Barker.
Unknown:
Jon Ridgeon.
Commentary By:
Barry Nutley.
Commentary By:
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary By:
Julian Wilson
Commentary By:
Willie Carson.
Producer:
Martin Hopkins
Editor:
Dave Gordon

Simon Mayo returns with the first of a new series of shows, in which he surprises unsuspecting members of the audience and exposes their darkest secrets. Tonight's celebrity guests who lend a helping hand include Bullseye's JimBowenand Countdown's
Carol Vorderman.
Director John Gorman ; Producer
Barbara Lee

Contributors

Unknown:
Simon Mayo
Unknown:
Carol Vorderman.
Director:
John Gorman
Producer:
Barbara Lee

Bob Monkhouse returns as presenter, with guests Wet Wet Wet and Rowan Atkinson.

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Contributors

Presenter:
Bob Monkhouse
Guests:
Wet Wet Wet
Guest:
Rowan Atkinson
Producer:
Peter Estall

First in a two-part US drama based on a true story, starring RickSchroder
In North Carolina in 1985, Katie Eastburne and hertwo daughters are found brutally killed. Ayoung army sergeant is arrested fortheir murders and, as the victim of an over-zealous justice system, is wrongly sentenced to death. Concludes tomorrow at 9.10pm.

Contributors

Unknown:
Katie Eastburne
Billy Richardson:
Rick Schroder
Tim Hennis:
John Corbett
Jerry Beaver:
Tom Irwin
Steven Smithline:
Howard Hesseman
Marylou Hennis:
Rue McClanahan
Bob Hennis ::
Hal Holbrook

Action comedy starring
Michael J Fox
James Woods
Volatile cop John Moss is after a quirky killer; Hollywood star Nick Lang is chasing a gritty film role. When Moss is unwillingly
"partnered" with Langto aid the younger man's research into New York police work, he is supposed to keep the actor out of trouble. But brutality, bullets and bad guys are never far away.
Director John Badham (1991, 15)
Stereo Subtitled 288923 76
♦ See Films: pages 40―47 ★★★★ ◆ Ten things every Michael J Fox fan ought to know: page 37

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael J Fox
Unknown:
James Woods
Unknown:
John Moss
Unknown:
Nick Lang
Director:
John Badham
Unknown:
Michael J Fox
Nick Lang:
Michael J Fox
John Moss:
James Woods
Party Crasher:
Stephen Lang
Susan:
Annabella Sciorra
Captain Brix:
Delroy Lindo
Pooley:
Luis Guzman
China:
Mary Mara
Billy:
Ll Cool J
Grainy:
John Capodice
Bonnie:
Christina Ricci
Witherspoon:
Conrad Roberts
Angie:
Penny Marshall
LangsGirl Friday:
Kathy Najimy
Dead Guy:
John Costelloe

Horror. Quintus, a psychic dabbling in time travel through hypnosis, sends a prostitute back to the Middle Ages. However, she soon discovers that her previous incarnation was a woman about to be beheaded.
Director Roger Corman (1957,15)
Black and white
♦ See Films: pages 40-47

Contributors

Unknown:
Middle Ages.
Director:
Roger Corman
Helene, Diana:
Pamela Duncan
Pendragon:
Richard Garland
Livia:
Allison Hayes
Quintus:
Val Dufour
Smolkin:
Mel Welles
MegMaud:
Dorothy Neuman
Imp:
Billy Barty
Scroop:
Bruno Vesoto
Gobbo:
Aaron Saxon
Satan:
Richard Devon

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