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Zoe Ball and Jamie Theakston present a lively mix of music, fun and games. Their special guests are Dannii, and the Supernaturals performing their latest singles. Toby Anstis visits the children's extravaganza, the Big Bash, at Birmingham's NEC and there's a chance to win a VIP visit to the BBC Experience, an exhibition celebrating 75 years of BBC broadcasting. Zoe and guests will be reviewing new pop releases in Hit, Miss or Maybe and Mr Blobby has more tomfoolery in Blobby's Office Trolley.
There's comedy from the Men in Trousers and the Leprachauns cause mayhem. Plus the latest entertainment news in Electric Circus with Gail Porter.
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Zoe Ball
Jamie Theakston
Toby Anstis
Presenter (Electric Circus):
Gail Porter
Mr Blobby
Men in Trousers
null Dannii
null Supernaturals
Editor Chris Bellinger

Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus Gary Lineker previews today's Premiership action, including the match between Newcastle
United and Blackburn Rovers at St James'
Park. Plus a preview of this week's first play-off legs to decide Europe's lastfour qualifiers for the World Cupfinals.
1.00 News
1.05 Olympic Magazine Continuing the series looking at sports which feature in next year's Winter Olympics in Nagano,
Japan, and the 2000 Olympics in Sydney. Today's edition includes the Curling
Olympic Playdowns, and meets Dwain Chambers, a top young British sprinter, who is already being compared with Linford Christie.
1.25,1.55,2.25 Racing From Newbury, featuring races at 1.30, 2.00 and 2.30. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Willie Carson.
1.40,2.10 Cycling World championship action from San Sebastian in Spain of the men's individual time trial and the men's road race. Commentatary by Hugh Porter.
2.40 Snooker Action from Bournemouth of the first best-of-11-frames semi-final of the Grand Prix. Commentary byClive
Everton, Ray Edmonds and Dennis Taylor.
4.40 Final Score News and results.
Producer Martin Hopkins : Editor Dave Gordon Stereo Videopluscode for 12.15-5.15


Introduced By:
Steve Rider.
Gary Lineker
Linford Christie.
Commentary By:
Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary By:
Julian Wilson
Commentary By:
Willie Carson.
Hugh Porter.
Ray Edmonds
Dennis Taylor.
Martin Hopkins
Dave Gordon Stereo

German Week. The store stages a special week to promote the sale of German goods.
Written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft Producer David Croft


Written By:
Jeremy Lloyd
Written By:
David Croft
David Croft
Mr Lucas:
Trevor Bannister
Mrs Slocombe:
Mollie Sugden
Captain Peacock:
Frank Thornton
Mr Humphries:
John Inman
Miss Brahms:
Wendy Richard
Arthur Brough
Nicholas Smith
Larry Martyn
YoungMr Grace:
Harold Bennett
Miss Thorpe:
Moira Foot
German customers:
Ernst Ulman
German customers:
Joanna Lumley
Lady for the ladies:
Anita Richardson

Family teams go through their paces in a series of challenges as they strive to wi n an array of prizes. Guests tonight include Tap Dogs, an Australian tap dancing company, and two camels called Vera and Willow.
With Melanie Stace.
Director Richard Valentine
Producer Jonathan Beazley


Melanie Stace.
Richard Valentine
Jonathan Beazley

More fun and games from the Great House at Crinkley Bottom with Noel Edmonds. Tonight's guests Eternal sing one of their greatest hits and there's a Gotchafor Wheel of Fortune's
Director/Producer Guy Freeman


Crinkley Bottom
Noel Edmonds.

Charlie and Jack's past comes back to haunt them. Kate goes on a shopping spree and gets more than she bargained for, and domestic bliss is disrupted with the arrival of a hooded stranger.
See today's choices.
Episode written by Joe Broughton
Followed by National Lottery Update


Joe Broughton
Sally Haynes
Martin Hutchings
Charlie Fairhead:
Derek Thompson
Barbara Hayes:
Julia Watson
Josh Griffiths:
Ian Bleasdale
Liz Harker:
Sue Devaney
Kate Wilson:
Sorcha Cusack
Richard McCaig:
Gray O'Brien
Jack Hathaway:
Peter Birch
Sam Colloby:
Jonathan Kerrigan
George Woodman:
Rebecca Lacey
Mark Grace:
Paterson Joseph
Tina Seabrook:
Claire Goose
Elliot Matthews:
Peter Guinness
Sunny Sunderland:
Vincenzo Pellegrino
Amy Howard:
Rebecca Wheatley
Guy Chambers:
Ian Gelder
Sara Markland
Richard Brinkmann
Meena Kaul:
Meera Narasimhan
Kumar Kaul:
Ian Aspinall
Govina Kaul:
Adlyn Ross
Ian Blower
Christopher Chilton
Debbie Murphy:
Sarah Rice

Thriller starring Jennifer Grey, Peter Berg
Ambitious young lawyer Jack Hammett has just been made a partner and is heading for the big time. Kate Weldon, a new attorney at the firm, can't help but be impressed, especially when he invites her to assist him on a high profile murder case.
Director Duncan Gibbins (1993, 15)
* See Films: pages 60-70


Duncan Gibbins
Kate Weldon:
Jennifer Grey
Jack Hammett:
Peter Berg
Joanna Gaines:
Belinda Bauer
Alan Nugent:
Eugene Roche
Ellen Danvers:
Samantha Eggar
Pattie Henderson:
Justine Arlin
Darren Gaines:
David Hayward
Steve Dahlberg:
Thomas Kopache
Judge Helen McCoy:
Rosemary Forsyth
Marci Stevens:
Lynne Marta
Detective Haas:
Robert Do'Qui
Neville Gerson:
Bruce French

Highlights from the day's top Premiership games including the fixture at Anfield between
Liverpool and Derby County.
Commentary is by Barry Davies , John Motson and Jon Champion. Introduced by Desmond Lynam , with Alan Hansen and Mark Lawrenson.
Producer Paul McNamara
Editor Niall Sloane
Repeated tomorrow at 7.20am
BBC MATCH OF THE DAY MAGAZINE: available monthly.
* See Alan Hansen : page 54


Derby County.
Barry Davies
John Motson
Jon Champion.
Introduced By:
Desmond Lynam
Alan Hansen
Mark Lawrenson.
Paul McNamara
Niall Sloane
Alan Hansen

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