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Today's edition comes from Weymouth, Dorset, and includes summerfashion tips from Karen Foster , sun protection advice from Dr David Bull and alternative holiday ideas from comic entertainers Cannon and Ball. Presented by Ruth Langsford and Tony Morris.

Contributors

Unknown:
Karen Foster
Unknown:
Dr David Bull
Presented By:
Ruth Langsford
Presented By:
Tony Morris.

Further live tennis coverage, including action from the first round of the women's singles. As is the custom, last year's champion Martina Hingis begins proceedings on Centre Court. Introduced by Steve Rider

Contributors

Unknown:
Martina Hingis
Introduced By:
Steve Rider

When Matron goes away.the folk at Wrinkly Castle get into the party spirit. Can they clear up before she returns? MrWymi IAN ANGUSWILKIE. Matron
ANNETTE BADLAND. Billy JAMES YOUNG . Henry REGINALD MARSH
. Maude SHEILA LATIMER , Julie DAWN REID Written by Malcolm Lane
Repeat

Contributors

Unknown:
Mrwymi Ian Anguswilkie.
Unknown:
Annette Badland.
Unknown:
James Young
Unknown:
Reginald Marsh
Unknown:
Sheila Latimer
Written By:
Malcolm Lane

Last in the series about young achievers. Including a Beano readerwho made history, a 12-year-old designer of an amazing home forthefuture, and a girl who saved a baby from a blazing house. Presented by Toby Anstis and Diane-Louise Jordan.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am on BBC2

Contributors

Presented By:
Toby Anstis
Presented By:
Diane-Louise Jordan.

The current-affairs magazine, presented by Juliet Morris.
For many people finding the ideal partner is a decision that is far too important to leave to chance. Tonight's programme reports on how dating agencies are cashing in on lonely hearts by putting a big price tag on love, with companies charging over £1,000 for just a dozen introductions. Kaye Adams joins a couple on their first date to discover if the agencies can find the perfect match and goes undercover to expose the psychological techniques that persuade some vulnerable singles to part with their cash.
Plus John Walters meets a Scottish crofter who, in his concern that the number of crofters has fallen by two-thirds over the last 20 years, has called on Prince Charles to intervene and help to preserve the traditional way of life.
(Subtitled)

Contributors

Presenter:
Juliet Morris
Reporter:
Kaye Adams
Reporter:
John Walters
Series Producer:
Patrick Younge
Editor:
Dave Stanford

Live coverage from the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard in St Etienne as Scotland play their final, and potentially decisive, Group A match against Morocco (kickoff 8pm).

In each of their seven previous appearances in the World Cup finals, Scotland have failed to get beyond the first round, and their chances of greater success this time round were dented by a narrow opening-day defeat at the hands of reigning world champions Brazil. But confidence among coach Craig Brown's Scottish squad was still high for the remaining two group matches.

Morocco have graced the finals on three previous occasions, reaching the second round in 1986. The campaign ended with three first round defeats, but this time the
Africans began with an entertaining 2-2 draw versus Norway that helped erase memories of a lacklustre performance in the recent African Nations Cup.

Tonight's other deciding match in Group A sees Brazil facing Norway in Marseille. Plus the best of the action from this afternoon's concluding clashes in Group B, in which Italy played Austria and Chile faced Cameroon.

Introduced by Desmond Lynam, with analysis from Alan Hansen, Ally McCoist and David Ginola. Commentary from Barry Davies and David Pleat.

Contributors

Presenter:
Desmond Lynam
Analysis:
Alan Hansen
Analysis:
Ally McCoist
Analysis:
David Ginola
Commentary:
Barry Davies
Commentary:
David Pleat

Comedy horror, the first in a double bill of films starring Kevin Bacon
Also starring Fred Ward
The remote desert town of Perfection, Nevada, is the kind of place where nothing ever happens. But when sheep are being eaten in the field, cars fall into giant holes in the ground and people start to disappear, with only theirgrisly remains left behind, it becomes clearthat there is something sinister moving swiftly beneath the desert sand.
Director Ron Underwood
(1990.15) ♦ See Films: pp 51-60

Contributors

Unknown:
Kevin Bacon
Unknown:
Fred Ward
Director:
Ron Underwood
Valentine McKee:
Kevin Bacon
Earl Basset:
Fred Ward
Rhonda LeBeck:
Finn Carter
BurtGummer:
Michael Gross
HeatherGummer:
Reba McEntire
Melvin Plug:
Bobby Jacoby
Nancy:
Charlotte Stewart
Miguel:
Tony Genaro
Mindy:
Ariana Richards
Nestor:
Richard Marcus
WalterChang:
Victor Wong
Edgar:
Sunshine Parker
Old Fred:
Michael Dan Wagner
Jim:
Conrad Bachmann
Megan:
Bibi Besch
Howard:
John Goodwin

Comedy, the second in a double bill starring Kevin Bacon
Also starring Kyra Sedgwick When Ari and Sam meet it is a case of lust at first sight, but the pair soon discover that whenever they are together, their passionate encounters literally cause buildings to catch fire. What will happen when their ardour cools down and real-life responsibilities intrude?
Director Noah Stern (1991, 18)
+ See Films: pages 51-60 **
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Director:
Noah Stern
Ari:
Kevin Bacon
Sam:
Kyra Sedgwick
Liam:
Bruce Martyn Payne
Pia:
Kristin Dattilo
Dr Weiss:
Buckley Norris
Rivkah:
Deborah Falconer
Carlton:
David Pressman
Fireman:
Raymond O'Conner

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