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Presenting the pop magazine today are chart-toppers All Saints, who go behind the scenes at the new-look Top of the Pops and talk about the video for their new single. Plus interviews with the Wombles and US singer LeAnn Rimes.
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Contributors

Singer:
Leann Rimes.

Dougie Donnelly presents coverage of the second best-of-33-frames semi-final from the Crucible theatre, Sheffield.
Commentary by Ray Edmonds ,
Clive Everton. DennisTaylor and John Virgo.
Producer Graham Fry

Contributors

Unknown:
Dougie Donnelly
Commentary By:
Ray Edmonds
Commentary By:
Clive Everton.
Commentary By:
John Virgo.

Introduced by Steve Riderfrom Wembley , with Jonathan Davies.
12.20 Football Focus GaryLineker previews the penultimate weekend of the Premiership season.
1.00 News
1.05,1.35,2.05 Racing From Haydock, featuring races at 1.10, 1.40 and 2.10. Commentary by Jim McGrath , Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
1.20 World Snooker Latest news of the world championship semi-finals.
1.50, 2.20 Rugby League
Sheffield Eagles v Wigan Warriors
Live coverage of the Challenge Cup final from Wembley, kickoff 2.45pm. Sheffield, in their first final, have only existed since 1984 - in stark contrast to 16-times winners Wigan. Commentary
Richard Duckenfield , Ray French and Joe Lydon.
4.40 Final Score News and results.
TV presentation (rugby league) Malcolm Kemp Producer Martin Hopkins Stereo
Videopluscode for 12.15-5.15
12.15-2.20(notPDC) ....................
2.2O-5.15(notPDC) ......................

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Riderfrom Wembley
Unknown:
Jonathan Davies.
Commentary By:
Jim McGrath
Commentary By:
Richard Pitman
Commentary By:
Peter Scudamore.
Unknown:
Richard Duckenfield
Unknown:
Joe Lydon.
Unknown:
Malcolm Kemp
Producer:
Martin Hopkins Stereo

The snooker game show presented by Jim Davidson, with referee John Virgo. Tonight's guest players are Mark Davis, John Higgins and Gary Wilkinson. Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Geoff Miles Stereo Subtitled

Contributors

Presented By:
Jim Davidson
Referee:
John Virgo.
Unknown:
Mark Davis
Unknown:
John Higgins
Assisted by:
Gary Wilkinson
Director:
Richard Valentine

Gaby Roslin presents another edition of the dream-fulfilment show. This weekthree surfers vie for the chance to ride the waves in Bali. Plus three policemen compete for a role in an episode of The Bill.
Director Patricia Mordecai : Producer
Rob Clark

Contributors

Unknown:
Gaby Roslin
Director:
Patricia Mordecai
Producer:
Rob Clark

Anthea Turner and Patrick Kielty host the weekend lottery show.
Tonight's celebrity guests are TV presenters Shauna Lowry and Sally Gray, EastEnders star Dean Gaffney and singer Aled Jones. The guests team up with the Champions to play the Library Game and the winners face a sky-rocket ride. Plus the regular National Lottery draw.
NOTE: previous winning numbers are available on Ceefax page 555 or by calling the Helpline on

Contributors

Presenter:
Anthea Turner
Presenter:
Patrick Kielty
Guest:
Shauna Lowry
Guest:
Sally Gray
Guest:
Dean Gaffney
Guest:
Aled Jones
Producer:
Philip Kampff
Executive Producer:
Tony Wolfe

Fifth of a ten-part police drama.
Chief Inspector Barnard's new initiative to rid the streets of down-and-outs is filling the cells.
The Eurovision Song Contest is next Saturday and City Central returns on 16 May. See today's choices.
Episode written by Tony Jordan
Producer John Yorke : Director Keith Boak
See Lorraine Ashbourne's TV Dinner: page 30
Then National Lottery Update

Contributors

Writer:
Tony Jordan
Producer:
John Yorke
Director:
Keith Boak
Sgt Yvonne Mackey:
Lorraine Ashbourne
PC Terry Sydenham:
Paul Nicholls
PC Mary Sutcliffe:
Sarah Kirkman
PC Steve Jackson:
Stephen Lord
PC Sue Chappel:
Ashley Jensen
PC Colin Jitlada:
Ian Aspinall
DS Ray Pickering:
Ian Burfield
DI Tony Baynham:
Ray Stevenson
PC Pete Redfern:
Dave Hill
DS Jane McCormack:
Kate Gartside
Chief Insp Barnard:
Terence Harvey
PC Richard Law:
Michael Begley
PC Nick Green:
Sean McKenzie
Insp Mike Willis:
Andrew Readman
DC Danny Abbott:
John B Robbey
Sgt Paul Dobson:
Philip Martin Brown
Nikki Reed:
Christine Tremarco
Lucy Barnard:
Emily Hamilton
Lyric:
Ryan Pope
Norman:
John Biggins
Batty Brian Edwards:
Steve Huison
Ben:
Jan Linnick
Sam Reeves:
Daniel Betts
Andrew Reeves:
David Savile
Nigel Hughes:
Davyd Harries
Matthew:
Michael Gunn
Woody:
Guy Hargreaves
John Richards:
Martin Hainstock
Vivienne Heston:
Genevieve Walsh
Stanley Heston:
Jim Whelan
Emma:
Suranne Jones
Drunk man:
Gerry Kersey
Alice Richards:
Annette Bentley

By David Renwick.
Concluding the first series re-run of thrillers.
When a scientist is found dead inside a locked room - impaled by a 12th century samurai sword - Creek and Maddy head the investigation.
See today's choices.
(Repeat)
(Stereo)

Contributors

Writer:
David Renwick
Producer:
Susan Belbin
Director:
Sandy Johnson
Jonathan Creek:
Alan Davies
Maddy Magellan:
Caroline Quentin
Ingrid Strange:
Annette Crosbie
Elliott Strange:
Charles Kay
Cathy Strange:
Sara Markland
Jordan Strange:
Simon Daye
DI Masterson:
Selina Cadell
DC Spelling:
Barnaby Kay

Highlights of a crucial day in the FA Premiership, as both Bolton and Barnsley battle to avoid relegation to the first division. Bolton are at home to Crystal Palace, while Barnsley play Leicester City. Plus a chance to enter April's Goal of the Month competition. Commentary by Barry Davies, John Motson and Tony Gubba. Introduced by Desmond Lynam, with Alan Hansen and Mark Lawrenson.

(Repeated tomorrow at 6.15am)
BBC Match of the Day Magazine: available monthly.
See Alan Hansen : page 40

Contributors

Presenter:
Desmond Lynam
Commentary:
Barry Davies
Commentary:
John Motson
Commentary:
Tony Gubba
Analysis:
Alan Hansen
Analysis:
Mark Lawrenson
Producer:
Paul McNamara
Editor:
Niall Sloane

Guests include golfer Colin Montgomerie, Glasgow Rangers striker Ally McCoist, the Spurs and England defender Sol Campbell, and the former Olympic champion Sebastian Coe. With John Inverdale.
Shown last Monday (Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter:
John Inverdale
Guest:
Ally McCoist
Guest:
Sol Campbell
Guest:
Sebastian Coe

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