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Pop magazine, featuring US singer/actress Brandy, and Mancunian popster Kavana.
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Sports drama. Cody and Chris have one dream -to race the bike they built themselves on the professional circuit. But all their hopes are shattered when the bike is destroyed, and their friendship is tested even further when Cody is made an offer he can't refuse. Director Rocky Lang (1989, 15) Subtitled . * See Films: pages 42-51 ★★

Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.35 Cricket Focus News roundup, plus a preview of the Fifth Test between England and South Africa at Headingley, coverage of which starts on Thursday at 10.50am.
1.00 News
1.10 Motorsport Highlights of rounds 15 and 16 in the British Touring Car championship from Snetterton, Norfolk. Commentary by Charlie Cox and John Watson. The next two rounds from Thruxton are tomorrow at 12.25pm on BBC2.
2.10 Racing Coverage of the 2.45,3.20 and 3.50 races on the last day of Glorious Goodwood, with commentary from Clare Balding , Willie Carson and Jim McGrath.
4.05 Athletics Action from the IAAF World
Junior championships in Annecy, France. SprinterChristian Malcolm, discus-thrower Emeka Udechuku and shot-putter
Carl Myerscough are among Britain's brightest medal hopes. Paul Dickenson and Stuart Storey are in the commentary box. Coverage continues tomorrow at 12 noon on BBC2.
4.55 News Roundup
Executive producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Carl Hicks ....

Contributors

Introduced By:
Sue Barker.
Commentary By:
Charlie Cox
Commentary By:
John Watson.
Unknown:
Clare Balding
Unknown:
Willie Carson
Unknown:
Jim McGrath.
Unknown:
Emeka Udechuku
Unknown:
Carl Myerscough
Unknown:
Paul Dickenson
Unknown:
Stuart Storey
Producer:
Martin Hopkins
Editor:
Carl Hicks

Cold Comfort. The staff are less than enthusiastic about the management's proposals to respond to government pleas to conserve fuel.
Written by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft
Repeat Subtitled ............................

Contributors

Written By:
Jeremy Lloyd
Written By:
David Croft

The game show hosted by Lily Savage. This week's celebrity guests are TV presenter Gaby Roslin , EastEnders actress
June Brown , comedians Rhona Cameron and Mark Little , comic actor Brian Murphy and Gray O'Brien of Casualty.
Director Geoff Miles ; Producer Dean Jones

Contributors

Presenter:
Gaby Roslin
Unknown:
June Brown
Unknown:
Rhona Cameron
Unknown:
Mark Little
Unknown:
Brian Murphy
Unknown:
Gray O'Brien
Director:
Geoff Miles

Dale Winton presents the game show in which contestants have to match up real-life couples.
Amongthe clues is a short film tour of the mystery partners' homes, including some encounters with unusual pets. Director John Gorman ; Producer
Jonathan Beazley

Contributors

Unknown:
Dale Winton
Director:
John Gorman
Producer:
Jonathan Beazley

Regional Variations (2)

Bugs

Series 4

The Two Becketts

Duration: 50 minutes

on BBC One West

An international crime lord awaiting trial is desperate to stop two key witnesses testifying against him. Beckett's father, Matt tries to help him but is he on the level?

The series of summer specials hosted by comedian
Bradley Walsh , who tonight pays a a visit to Great Yarmouth's Marina
Piazza. Music comes from chart-toppers Boyzone and Italian star Nek. Plus the weekly report on the good causes lottery cash has benefited. Director Richard Valentine
Producer Peter Estall

Contributors

Unknown:
Bradley Walsh
Director:
Richard Valentine
Producer:
Peter Estall

Mark steps in when a locum proves incapable of performing life-saving surgery.
Episode written by Carolyn Sally Jones
(Repeat)

Then National Lottery Update

Contributors

Writer:
Carolyn Sally Jones
Producer:
Sally Haynes
Director:
Gary Love
Josh Griffiths:
Ian Bleasdale
Richard McCaig:
Gray O'Brien
Sam Colloby:
Jonathan Kerrigan
George Woodman:
Rebecca Lacey
Mark Grace:
Paterson Joseph
Tina Seabrook:
Claire Goose
Elliot Matthews:
Peter Guinness
Sunny Sunderland:
Vincenzo Pellegrino
Amy Howard:
Rebecca Wheatley
Penny Hutchens:
Donna Alexander
Paul:
Joseph May
Eve Montgomery:
Barbara Marten
Dr Archie Whitlock:
TP McKenna
Steve Meachem:
John Forgeham
Matthew Malin:
Dan Johnston

Thriller starring
Nicollette Sheridan
William Devane
Medical researcher Dr Marissa
Blumenthal is horrified to find that a killer disease is caused by a virus supposedly wiped out 20 years ago. As the death toll rises, she starts to investigate.
Dr Marissa Blumenthal. NICOLLETTE SHERIDAN
Director Armand Mastroianni (1995)
♦ See Films: pages 42-51

Contributors

Unknown:
Nicollette Sheridan
Unknown:
William Devane
Unknown:
Dr Marissa Blumenthal.
Unknown:
Nicollette Sheridan
Director:
Armand Mastroianni
Dr Ralph Harbuck:
William Devane
Dr Reginald Holloway:
William Atherton
TadShockley:
Stephen Caffrey
Cyrill Dubcheck:
Dakin Matthews
DrJackClayman:
Barry Corbin

Futuristic adventure, the first of two science-fiction films showing tonight. Starring Emilio Estevez, Rene Russo, Mick Jagger, Anthony Hopkins
A racetrack crash apparently kills ace driver Alex Furlong. However, he wakes up in New York in 2009, his body housing the mind of a dying man.
(1992, 15) **
See Films: pages 42-51

Contributors

Director:
Geoff Murphy
Alex Furlong:
Emilio Estevez
Julie Redlund:
Rene Russo
Vacendak:
Mick Jagger
McCandless:
Anthony Hopkins
Michelette:
Jonathan Banks

Adventure, concluding the sci-fi double bill. Starring Alex Cord, Marlette Hartley
After more than 150 years in suspended animation, scientist Dylan Hunt wakes up in the year 2133 to find a mutant master race planning to take over the world. (1973) **
See Films: pages 42-51

Contributors

Dylan Hunt:
Alex Cord
[Actor]:
Mariette Hartley
Director:
John Llewellyn Moxey

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