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7.10 Teletubbies: Making Lanterns
Two boys make Chinese lanterns.
(Shown last Friday) (Stereo)

7.35 Postman Pat
Pat wakes up late.

7.50 Tom and Jerry Kids

8.15 Blue Peter
(Shown last Friday) (Stereo) (Subtitled)

8.40 Yogi's Treasure Hunt

9.05 Buried Treasure
Children's gameshow.
(Revised rpt)

9.25 Sweet Valley High
Drama set in a California town.
(Repeat) (Stereo)

9.50 William's Wish Wellingtons

9.55 Teletubbies: Colours: Green
It's a green day in Teletubbyland.
(Repeated tomorrow at 7.05am on BBC2)

Comedy starring Jodie Foster, Helen Hayes, David Niven

A con man tries to convince a rich widow he has found her long-lost granddaughter in order to plunder her estate.
(1977, U)
See Films: pages 48-56


Norman Tokar
Casey Brown:
Jodie Foster
Lady St Edmund:
Helen Hayes
David Niven
Harry Bundage:
Leo McKern

Adventure starring Helen Slater, Faye Dunaway, Peter O'Toole, Mia Farrow

When one of planet Argo's power sources is mistakenly sent into space, Supergirl tries to retrieve it. But it lands on Earth and falls into the hands of an evil witch.
See Films: pages 48-56 **


Jeannot Szwarc
Kara/Supergirl/Linda Lee:
Helen Slater
Faye Dunaway
Peter O'Toole
Mia Farrow
Brenda Vaccaro
Peter Cook

Comedians Gareth Hale and Norman Pace take up the challenge of attempting to compose the United Kingdom's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest, taking the best possible advice from some of the biggest names in music and entertainment including Rick Wakeman, Pearl Carr & Teddy Johnson (UK Entry 1959), Bruce Welch from The Shadows (UK entry 1975), Brotherhood of Man (UK entry 1975), Lynsey de Paul (UK entry 1977), Cheryl Baker (from Bucks Fizz, UK entry 1981), Katrina (of Katrina & the Waves, UK entry 1997), Johnny Logan (Irish entry 1980 and 1987), Don Black (songwriter), Bjorn Again (Abba tribute band) and former Eurovision presenter Katie Boyle.
See today's choices.
Hale and Pace's musical challenge: page 29


Nick Handel

Gary Lineker with the series which looks at World Cup history.

Gary seeks the secret of Germany's phenomenal success rate in the World Cup. He meets Gerd Muller, Golden Boot winner in 1970 with ten goals, his team-mate Uli Hoeness, and striker Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, who starred for the then West Germany in the eighties.
(Stereo) (Subtitled)


Gary Lineker
Gerd Muller
Uli Hoeness
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge
Lloyd Stanton
Series producer:
Drummond Challis

First in a six-part comedy series about a woman counsellor and her permanently-depressed business partner. Starring Caroline Quentin, Chris Langham, Amanda Holden

Kate and Douglas have to interview for a replacement secretary after Mel gets an offer of a better job. Hillary seems perfect in every way - but is she?
See today's choices.

Caroline on the couch: page 26


Chris Langham
John Morton
John Stroud
Nick Symons
Caroline Quentin
Chris Langham
Amanda Holden
Cuff Parisi
Darren Boyd
Sylvestra Le Touzel
Malcolm Browning
Glen Davies
Darren Tunstall

In the last episode of the current series, a tormented Father Peter has to decide where his future lies following a shattering event in the village. Will he choose to remain in Ballykissangel?

A fourth series of Ballykissangel is currently being filmed.
(See today's choices)
(For cast see Sunday)

After the shocking ending to last night's episode, what can you say? While viewers try to compose themselves, the inhabitants of Ballykissangel are also trying to pull themselves together - not least Peter. But then a nosey journalist turns up looking for dirt on Assumpta.
Life does go on as normal - well, as normal as it ever does in Ballykay - and Quigley carries on with his plans to open a Chinese restaurant in the village. But Niamh is appalled at the idea.
This is the final episode of the series (unexpectedly brought forward a week because of the storyline) but see next week's RT to find out what the future holds.

Comedy starring Danny DeVito, Gregory Hines

Dumped from his lucrative job as an advertising executive, Bill Rago signs on and is given a six-week teaching job at a nearby army post. Confident that the assignment will be a doddle after the cut and thrust of the media world, Rago resolves to take it easy. Then the rigours of army life kick in.
(1994, 12)
See Films: pages 48-56
Barry Norman on Danny DeVito: page 44


Penny Marshall
Bill Rago:
Danny Devito
Sergeant Cass:
Gregory Hines
Colonel James:
Cliff Robertson
Captain Murdoch:
James Remar
Donnie Benitez:
Lillo Brancatojr
Miranda Myers:
Stacey Dash
Jamaal Montgomery:
Kadeem Hardison
Jackson Leroy:
Richard T Jones
Roosevelt Hobbs:
Khalil Kain
Brian Davis:
Peter Simmons
Mel Melvin:
Greg Sporleder
Tommy Lee Haywood:
Mark Wahlberg
Private Oswald:
Ben Wright
Jack Markin:
Ed Begley Jr.
Bill's secretary:
Ann Cusack
Mrs Coleman:
Jennifer Lewis
Emily Rago:
Alanna Ubach
Isabella Hofmann

Comedy western starring James Garner, Lou Gossett

A pair of accomplished con men - one white, one black - succeed in exploiting the greed of gullible slave dealers in Missouri and Kansas. John Brown and his band of liberationists pose a threat to their profitable partnership, but help is soon at hand when Ginger, a pretty con artist with a heart of gold, joins forces with the racketeers. (1971, PG)
See Films: pages 48-56

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Paul Bogart
James Garner
Lou Gossett
Susan Clark
Brenda Sykes
Edward Asner
Andrew Duggan
Henry Jones
Mrs Claggart:
Neva Patterson
Mr Claggart:
Parley Baer
George Tyne
John Brown:
Royal Dano

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