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7.00 Poddington Peas
Animation.
(Repeat)

7.05 Teletubbies: Rocking Chair
Laa Laa sings a song.
(Shown yesterday at 9.50am) (Stereo)

7.30 The Busy World of Richard Scarry
Animated adventures.
(Repeat) (Stereo)

7.55 Casper Classics
Cartoon fun with the friendly ghost.
(Subtitled)

8.15 Mighty Max
Animation about an unwilling young superhero.
(Repeat)

8.40 The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest
Animation. The team travel to the Everglades in Florida.
(Repeat)

9.05 Sweet Valley High
Teenage life in a lively Californian town.
(Repeat)

9.30 The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends: The Story of Pigling Bland
(Repeat) (Stereo)

10.00 Teletubbies: Colours (Pink)
Tinky Winky tries to cook.
(Repeated tomorrow at 7.15am)

Coverage of the final of the World's Strongest Man competition from Las Vegas in Nevada, USA. The ten finalists comprise the eight who have qualified from the heats and two from the US Strongest Man competition, Iron Bear Collins and Mark Philippi. They face a massive increase in the difficulty of the events before the competition's winner is decided. From the opening event, the truck pull, onwards this year's final will be one of the toughest ever fought. Hosted by Philippa Forrester and Paul Dickenson.
Last in the series.

Contributors

Presenter:
Philippa Forrester
Presenter:
Paul Dickenson
Contestant:
Iron Bear Collins
Contestant:
Mark Philippi
Director:
Rick Gardner
Producer:
David Pickthall

A special edition of the show that explores real-life mysteries from around the world which defy logical explanation, using dramatic reconstructions.
Featuring a mystery from the Second World War in which a soldier was guided through a minefield by a man who couldn't have been there. Plus a look the power of prayer and interviews with the people who claim that it can save lives.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter:
Carol Vorderman
Director:
Andy Margetson
Series Producer:
Clare Pizey

Wildlife documentary film in which actor Martin Clunes follows the work of a team from the Born Free Foundation. They are attempting to release Nina, a 26-year-old three-ton elephant, back into the wild after a lifetime spent in the relative safety of a Tanzanian game sanctuary. This is a challenge which has never been successfully achieved with a fully-grown elephant before.

See today's choices.
See Factual: page 10

Contributors

Presenter:
Martin Clunes
Producer:
Michael Massey
Executive Producer:
Jane Lush

Film Premiere. Oscar-winning comedy drama, starring Tom Hanks, Gary Sinise, Robin Wright.

Slow-witted Forrest Gump is encouraged by his mother to realise his full potential. He attends college on a sports scholarship, meeting President Kennedy in the process, joins the army and is sent to Vietnam. As the years pass and his life changes, he maintains contact with his friend Jenny Curran.
(1994, 12)
See Films: pages 43-76
Tom Hanks: People, page 15

Contributors

Director:
Robert Zemeckis
Forrest Gump:
Tom Hanks
Lt Dan Taylor:
Gary Sinise
Jenny Curran:
Robin Wright
Mrs Gump:
Sally Field
Benjamin Buford 'Bubba' Blue:
Mykelti Willlamson
Nurse at park bench:
Rebecca Williams
Young Forrest:
Michael Conner Humphreys
Doctor:
Harold Herthum
Barber:
George Kelly
Principal:
Sam Anderson
Louise:
Margo Moorer

The first in a four-part series marking Ramadan, the Muslim month of fasting.

British boxing champion Chris Eubank talks frankly about the startling meeting with US boxer Mike Tyson that changed his life completely and made him decide to become a Muslim.
(Repeated tomorrow at 6.40am) (Stereo)

Contributors

Speaker:
Chris Eubank
Series Producer:
Greg Lanning

Film of Stevie Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham, Christine McVie, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood, the classic Fleetwood Mac lineup, reuniting 20 years after the release of the Rumours album to perform a string of their biggest hits including Rhiannon, Don't Stop and Everywhere.

Contributors

Singer:
Stevie Nicks
Singer/Guitarist:
Lindsey Buckingham
Singer:
Christine McVie
Guitarist:
John McVie
Drummer:
Mick Fleetwood

Comedy starring Sidney James, Kenneth Williams, Charles Hawtrey

The holiday-makers heading for the Mediterranean "paradise" of Elsbels have high hopes of sun, sand, sea - and sex (but not necessarily in that order).
(1972, PG)
See Films: pages 43-76 **

Followed by Weather

Contributors

Director:
Gerald Thomas
Vic Range:
Sidney James
Stuart Farquhar:
Kenneth Williams
Tuttle:
Charles Hawtrey
Pepe:
Peter Butterworth
Cora Range:
Joan Sims
Stanley Blunt:
Kenneth Connor
Sadie:
Barbara Windsor

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