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Pop fivesome Steps, heptathlete Denise Lewis and the BBC's Head of Drama
Series, Mal Young , chattoZoe Ball and Jamie Theakston this morning. In
ElectricCircus there's an interview with rock star Elton John while Michael Keaton talks about his latest film. Jack Frost.
Plus more comedy from Gez Foster ,
Ben Ward and Richard Webb , fun with Mr Blobby and the leprechauns, and cartoon adventures with Godzilla and Rugrats. Three more pop videos are reviewed in Hit, Miss or Maybe, and new computer games are rounded up in J:Drive. Executive producer Chris Bellinger
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Contributors

Unknown:
Denise Lewis
Unknown:
Mal Young
Unknown:
Jamie Theakston
Unknown:
Elton John
Talks:
Michael Keaton
Unknown:
Jack Frost.
Unknown:
Gez Foster
Unknown:
Ben Ward
Unknown:
Richard Webb
Unknown:
Mr Blobby
Producer:
Chris Bellinger
Editor:
Angela Sharp

Introduced by Steve Rider from Murrayfield, with Jonathan Davies and Gavin Hastings.
Steve Rider 's Questionnaire: page 21; and see Sport: page 40

12.20, 12.55 Football Focus
A look back at the past week's action in the FA Premiership plus a preview of this weekend's fixtures. With Gary Lineker.

12.40,1.10,1.40 Racing
Coverage of three races from Uttoxeter including Grand National trial at 1.45. Other featured races are at 12.45 and 1.15.
Commentary by Jim McGrath , Richard Pitman , Peter Scudamore , Clare Balding.

1.25,2.00,2.15,4.00,4.15,5.05 Rugby Union
Live coverage of the opening two internationals in this year's Five Nations championship.
Ireland v France
Reigning champions France begin the defence of their title at Lansdowne Road
(kickoff 2.15pm) against the team who finished bottom of the table in 1998. But
Ireland can take heart from their spirited performance in a narrow 18-16 defeat by the French in the Stade de France last year. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith and Philip Matthews. Subtitled
Followed by: Scotland v Wales
Both countries will be looking to improve on their 1998 Five Nations records when they begin their respective campaigns at Murrayfield (kickoff 4.15pm). Scotland conceded 120 points in their four matches last year, but Wales have been boosted by the arrival of much-respected coach Graham Henry. Commentary is by Bill McLaren and Eddie Butler. Subtitled

3.55 Football Half Times

5.00 Classified Football Results

5.50-6.10 Final Score
The day's results.

Executive producer Martin Hopkins ; Executive editor Dave Gordon
Digital widescreen
Videoplus codes for 12.15-6.10 .......
12.15-4.00 (notPDC) ....................
4.00-6.10 (notPDC)

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Riderfrom Murrayfield
Unknown:
Jonathan Davies
Unknown:
Gavin Hastings.
Unknown:
Steve Rider
Unknown:
Gary Lineker.
Commentary By:
Jim McGrath
Commentary By:
Richard Pitman
Commentary By:
Peter Scudamore
Commentary By:
Clare Balding.
Commentary By:
Nigel Starmer-Smith
Commentary By:
Philip Matthews.
Unknown:
Graham Henry.
Unknown:
Bill McLaren
Unknown:
Eddie Butler.
Producer:
Martin Hopkins
Editor:
Dave Gordon

Boyzone's Ronan Keating hosts the first of nine talent shows offering aspiring pop acts the chance of stardom, after two days of professional guidance. Tonight's contestants are Jodie Adamson and George Alexander. See today's choices.
Director/Producer Martin Scott
Digital widescreen * Ronan Keating : People, page 14

Contributors

Unknown:
Jodie Adamson
Unknown:
George Alexander.
Unknown:
Ronan Keating

More fun from the Great House hosted by Noel Edmonds.
Another viewer is caught by the NTV cameras, while a celebrity receives a Gotcha. Phibberthe frog and Waffle the squirrel chat to youngsters in My Little Friend, and there's more Sofa Soccer.
Director Patrick Cowap ; Producer Philip Kampff Digital widescreen Subtitled 231

Contributors

Unknown:
Noel Edmonds.
Director:
Patrick Cowap

Rock singer Meat Loaf provides the music as Dale Winton hosts the weekend lottery draw. Plus more reports on good causes benefiting from lottery funds. Director Richard Valentine
Producer Damon Pattison
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Unknown:
Dale Winton
Director:
Richard Valentine
Producer:
Damon Pattison

Sean's professionalism is tested to the limit. Eve is left to safeguard a baby and Penny comes to Josh's rescue.

See today's choices.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)

Then National Lottery Update

Contributors

Writer:
Christopher Reason
Producer:
Johnathan Young
Director:
Julian Holmes
Charlie Fairhead:
Derek Thompson
Josh Griffiths:
Ian Bleasdale
Sam Colloby:
Jonathan Kerrigan
George Woodman:
Rebecca Lacey
Eve Montgomery:
Barbara Marten
Tina Seabrook:
Claire Goose
Penny Hutchens:
Donna Alexander
Max Gallagher:
Robert Gwilym
Sean Maddox:
Gerald Kyd
Sunny Sunderland:
Vincenzo Pellegrino
Marius Lupescu:
Patrick Romer
Ruth Reynolds:
June Watson
Marie Davies:
Mary Jo Randle
Angela Reynolds:
Lisa Harkus
Gareth Mullins:
Barnaby Kay
June Mullins:
Carole Nimmons
Paula:
Joanne Sergent
Geoff Mullins:
John Pennington
Agnes Spencer:
Sheila Burrell
Sue:
Sue Cleaver
Kieran:
Thomas Shrimpton
Yvonne:
Corinne Martin
PC Carter:
Simon Armstrong

Fourth in the six-part drama series set in Cyprus, starring Michelle Collins
Yiannis's wife puts Nicki in an awkward spot. Julie's parents arrive.
See today's choices.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Writer:
Mike Bullen
Director:
Renny Rye
Producer:
Kay Patrick
Nicki Matthews:
Michelle Collins
Alan Brooks:
George Layton
Yiannis:
Peter Polycarpou
Carol Simpson:
Sharon Small
Laura Hutchings:
Rebecca Callard
Greg Patterson:
James Buller
Julie Hill:
Colette Brown
Maria:
Natalie Robb
Tassos:
V. Zenios
Elena:
Zeta Graff
Mrs Hill:
Mona Hammond
Mr Hill:
Stefan Kalipha
Mrs Armitage:
Caroline Blakiston
Susan Armitage:
Annabelle Apsion
Ryan Eastwood:
John Pickard
Kim Eastwood:
Louise Germaine
Mr Searle:
Philip McGough
Justin Searle:
Luke Strain
Mrs White:
Elaine Claxton
Ellie White:
Jessica Payne

Rerun of the comedy series. Speech. Kate has problems with herword-processor.
Kate CAROLINE QUENTIN , Douglas CHRIS LANGHAM . Mel AMANDA HOLDEN. Craig DARREN BOYD. TonyCLIFFPARISI
Written by Chris Langham. John Morton Director John Stroud : Producer Nick Symons Repeat
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Unknown:
Kate Caroline Quentin
Unknown:
Chris Langham
Unknown:
Amanda Holden.
Unknown:
Craig Darren Boyd.
Written By:
Chris Langham.
Written By:
John Morton
Director:
John Stroud
Producer:
Nick Symons

Highlights of three of today's games in the FA Premiership including revitalised Blackburn's visit to Aston Villa. Commentary comes from John Motson , Barry Davies and Jon Champion while Trevor Brooking and Alan Hansen provide studio analysis. Introduced by Desmond Lynam. Producer Paul McNamara : Editor Niall Sloane Repeated tomorrow at 7.15am
Digital widescreen Subtitled . BBC MATCH OF THE DAY MAGAZINE: monthly * See Alan Hansen : page 40

Contributors

Unknown:
John Motson
Unknown:
Barry Davies
Unknown:
Trevor Brooking
Unknown:
Alan Hansen
Introduced By:
Desmond Lynam.
Producer:
Paul McNamara
Editor:
Niall Sloane
Unknown:
Alan Hansen

Comedy starring
Dudley Moore
Eddie Murphy
An engineer's attempts to perfect a missile guidance system have dramatic repercussions. Wylie Cooper
DUDLEY MOORE , Landry EDDIE MURPHY , Laura KATE CAPSHAW , Loparino GEORGE DZUNDZA , Claire Lewis HELEN SHAVER , Brank MARKARNOTT
Director WillardHuyck(1984, 18)
* See Films: pages 50-56 **

Contributors

Unknown:
Dudley Moore
Unknown:
Eddie Murphy
Unknown:
Dudley Moore
Unknown:
Eddie Murphy
Unknown:
Kate Capshaw
Unknown:
Loparino George Dzundza
Unknown:
Claire Lewis
Unknown:
Helen Shaver

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