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Introduced by Steve Rider.
10.45 Cricket Live coverage from Lord's of the third day's play in the Second
Cornhill Insurance Test between England and South Africa. New England captain Alec Stewart will be looking to seize the initiative afterthe First Test ended in a draw, but his batsmen face formidable opposition in the shape of bowlers Allan Donald and Shaun Pollock. Commentary by Richie Benaud , Chris Broad , David Gower , Tony Lewis and Barry Richards. ♦ Jonathan Agnew : page 42
1.00pm News
1.10 Football
1.15 Olympic Magazine The last of Jon Ridgeon 's reports on Britain's preparations forthe Olympic Games in Sydney features the triple jump and archery.
1.30, 2.10, 2.40, 3.10 3.45 Tennis Coverage of the women's final in the 1998 Direct Line Insurance International championships, a traditional warm-up event for Wimbledon. Commentary by John Barrett and Virginia Wade.
1.50,2.25,2.55,3.30 Racing Coverage of the 2.00, 2.30, 3.00 and 3.35 races from Ascot. Commentary by Clare Balding , Willie Carson and Jim McGrath.
4.15 World Cup 98 Live
Belgium v Mexico
Live coverage of this Group E clash from Bordeaux (kickoff 4.30pm).
Belgium knocked out the Republic of Ireland in a qualifying playoff, with Luc Nilis proving their key player. This is
Mexico's llth appearance in the finals, buttheyhave reached the second round only three times, Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Alan Hansen and Martin O'Neill. Commentary by John Motson with Chris Waddle. Match of the Day is at
11.25pm.
Producers Martin Hopkins and Paul McNamara Editors Dave Gordon and Niall Sloane
Videoplus code for 10.45-6.30 ........
10.45-2.40(notPDC) ....................
2.40-6.30(notPDC)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Rider.
Unknown:
Alec Stewart
Unknown:
Allan Donald
Unknown:
Shaun Pollock.
Commentary By:
Richie Benaud
Commentary By:
Chris Broad
Commentary By:
David Gower
Commentary By:
Tony Lewis
Commentary By:
Barry Richards.
Unknown:
Jonathan Agnew
Unknown:
Jon Ridgeon
Commentary By:
John Barrett
Commentary By:
Virginia Wade.
Commentary By:
Clare Balding
Commentary By:
Willie Carson
Commentary By:
Jim McGrath.
Unknown:
Luc Nilis
Introduced By:
Desmond Lynam
Unknown:
Alan Hansen
Unknown:
Martin O'Neill.
Commentary By:
John Motson
Unknown:
Chris Waddle.
Producers:
Martin Hopkins
Producers:
Paul McNamara
Editors:
Dave Gordon
Editors:
Niall Sloane

Strange Bedfellows
Fraserand Kowalski are assigned as bodyguards to Kowalski's ex-wife. Seetoday'schoices.

Contributors

Unknown:
Fraserand Kowalski
Constable Benton Fraser:
Paul Gross
Det Stanley Raymond Kowalski:
Callum Keith Rennie
Lt Harding Welsh:
Beau Starr
Franceses Vecchio:
Ramona Milano
Inspector Meg Thatcher:
Cam I Lla Scott
DetJackHuey:
Tony Craig
Stella Kowalski:
Anne Marie Loder
FrankOrsini:
Winston Rekert

Anthea Turner and Patrick Kielty's guests are soulful pop duo the Lighthouse Family and chef Kevin Woodford. Plus the regular National Lottery draw.
NOTE: previous winning numbers are available on Ceefax page 555 or by calling the helpline on <number not given>

Contributors

Presenter:
Anthea Turner
Presenter:
Patrick Kielty
Chef:
Kevin Woodford
Producer:
Philip Kampff
Executive producer:
Tony Wolfe

Concluding the ten-part police drama.
Life and Death. Pete visits the troubled Terry, while the net closes on Hailey and Nikki's killer. A new series will be shown early next year. See today's choices.
Written by Tony Jordan : Producer John Yorke Director Ken Horn
Then National Lottery Update

Contributors

Written By:
Tony Jordan
Producer:
John Yorke
Director:
Ken Horn
Di Tony Baynham:
Ray Stevenson
DS Ray Pickering:
Ian Burfield
DS Jane McCormack:
Kate Gartside
Sgt Yvonne Mackey:
Xorraine Ashbourne
PC Terry Sydenham:
Paul Nicholls
PC Pete Redfern:
Dave Hill
PC Steve Jackson:
Stephen Lord
PC Sue Chappel:
Ashley Jensen
PC MarySutcliffe:
Sarah Kirkman
PC Colin Jitlada:
Ian Aspinall
Chief Insp Barnard:
Terence Harvey
PC Nick Green:
Sean McKenzie
PC Richard Law:
Michael Begley
DC Danny Abbott:
John Brobbey
Insp Mike Willis:
Andrew Readman
Kate:
Jennifer Luckraft
Norman:
John Biggins
NikkiReed:
Christine Tremarco
Lucy Barnard:
Emily Hamilton
Lyric:
Ryan Pope
Batty Brian Edwards:
Steve Huison
Sarah Sydenham:
Annie Hulley
Barry Wilson:
Bruce McGregor
David Weinstein:
Robert George
Sharon:
Michelle Brunty
Michael Millington:
Darren Brown
Sara:
Vickie Gates
Dave Riddell:
Stephen Casey
Garry Bond:
Steven Unsworth

Seventh of a ten-part nannying drama.
Starring Clare Wilkie Victoria Smurfit , Tabitha Wady
Going Hunting.
Matty, Lydia and their families attend a shooting party.
See today's choices.
Written by Lilie Ferrari
Producer Alison Davis
Director Martin Hutchings

Contributors

Unknown:
Clare Wilkie
Unknown:
Victoria Smurfit
Unknown:
Tabitha Wady
Written By:
Lilie Ferrari
Producer:
Alison Davis
Director:
Martin Hutchings
Lydia Weston:
Tabitha Wady
Matty Wickham:
Clare Wilkie
Hannah Randall:
Victoria Smurflt
Nanny Collins:
Rosemary Leach
Constance Lamson-Scribener:
Briony Glassco
Victoria St John:
Hermione Norris
Arnold St John:
Sean Murray
Tom St John:
Laurence Owen
Harriet St John:
Emily Canfor-Dumas
Hugh Lamson-Scribener:
Nicholas Irons
Ned Jones:
Jason O'Mara
Mrs McClusky:
Kate Williams
Pringle:
Amy Hodge
Isabel Hutchinson:
Sophie Walker
Captain Mason:
William Scott-Masson
Great-aunt Effle:
Rosalind Knight
Bowles:
Davyd Harries
Florrie Smith:
Sheree Murphy
Bertie Hutchinson:
Adam Hayes
Lord Percy Wilton:
Rupert Vansittart
Lady Annabelle Wilton:
Georgie Glen
Nanny Barlow:
June Watson
Lord Louis Wilton:
Rollo Weeks
Mrs Bronowski:
Etela Pardo
Fowler:
Peter Forbes
Lily:
Joanna Bacon
Dan Smythe:
Martino Lazzeri
Violet:
Louise Heaney
Mrs Weston:
Catherine Terris
MrWeston:
Roger Winslet
LadyWakeley:
Anna Wilson Jones
Sidney Chambers:
Mark Umbers
Marjory:
Lucy Maria Hopkins
Tobias Weston:
Scott Leadbeater

One Foot in the Grave

The Wisdom of the Witch

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC One London

Available for 8 months

The Meldrews have a tarot reading that prophesies disaster for Victor. Patrick and Pippa sell their home, but a house clearance crew are mistaken for their removal men. Show more

Contributors

Victor Meldrew:
Richard Wilson
Margaret Meldrew:
Annette Crosbie

Highlights of Japan v Croatia, Holland v South Korea and Belgium v Mexico, Introduced by Gary Lineker with Jimmy Hill , Mark Lawrenson and Martin O'Neill
. Commentary by Tony Gubba and Jon Champion.
Producer Lak Singh ; Editor Andrew Clement

Contributors

Introduced By:
Jimmy Hill
Unknown:
Mark Lawrenson
Unknown:
Martin O'Neill
Commentary By:
Tony Gubba
Producer:
Lak Singh
Editor:
Andrew Clement

Western starring
Lee Van Cleef
Stefanie Powers
Chris, ageing and married, wants to stay on the right side of the law. But hiswife is kidnapped. Director George McCowan
(1972. PG) ♦ See Films: pages 51-60 ***

Contributors

Unknown:
Lee van Cleef
Unknown:
Stefanie Powers
Director:
George McCowan

BBC One London

About BBC One

BBC One is a TV channel that started broadcasting on the 20th April 1964. It replaced BBC Television.

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