Programme Index

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Girl group Precious, who will sing the UK's entry in the Eurovision Song Contest on 29 May, present this week's show which features an interview with pop band
S Club Seven - stars of the BBC comedy drama Miami 7....................................

Introduced by Steve Rider.
12.20 Football Focus Gary Lineker looks at the key FA Premiership issues on the penultimate weekend of the season.
1.15 Three-Day Eventing Coverage from the cross-country stage of the Badminton Horse Trials. A record 16 nations have entered the event which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Commentary by Michael Tucker , Lorna Clarke , Lucinda Green and Sharron Davies. Coverage continues at
5.30pm on BBC2.
2.35 Around the Grounds Pre-match team rundowns from the football grounds.
2.40, 3.50 Racing From Goodwood. Teams representing Europe and the Middle East compete in the Shergar Cup, the first-ever international team event. Europe's team is captained by Robert Sangster and Olivier Peslier , while the Middle East is led by Sheikh Mohammed and Frankie Dettori.
Featured races are at 2.55. 3.25, 3.55 and 4.25. Commentary by Jim McGrath , Willie Carson and Clare Balding.
3.45 Football Half-Times
4.40 Final Score A roundup of the day's results with FA Premiership news. Executive producer Martin Hopkins Editor Carl Hicks Digital widescreen
Videoplus code for 12.15―5.35 .....
12.15―2.40.....
2.40-5.35 (not PDC) .............................

Contributors

Introduced By:
Steve Rider.
Unknown:
Gary Lineker
Commentary By:
Michael Tucker
Commentary By:
Lorna Clarke
Commentary By:
Lucinda Green
Commentary By:
Sharron Davies.
Unknown:
Robert Sangster
Unknown:
Olivier Peslier
Unknown:
Frankie Dettori.
Commentary By:
Jim McGrath
Commentary By:
Willie Carson
Producer:
Martin Hopkins
Editor:
Carl Hicks

The Chamberlains from Comwall take on the McCabes from south London in the wacky game show hosted by Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer. Challenges feature trumpet playing and an archery display. EastEnders' actor Joe Absolom joins in the fun as referee Alice Beer keeps order.
(Digital widescreen)

Contributors

Presenter:
Vic Reeves
Presenter:
Bob Mortimer
Unknown:
Joe Absolom
Unknown:
Alice Beer
Director:
John L Spencer
Producer:
Lisa Clark

Jim Davidson hosts the snooker game show. With players Joe Johnson , Mark J Williams and Jimmy White , and John Virgo. Director Richard Valentine ; Producer
Geoff Miles Subtitled .........................

Contributors

Unknown:
Jim Davidson
Unknown:
Joe Johnson
Unknown:
Mark J Williams
Unknown:
Jimmy White
Unknown:
John Virgo.
Director:
Richard Valentine

Three contestants who share the names of Hollywood stars compete for the chance to sample the high life, while a trio of fearless fliers seek the opportunity to become a fully fledged pilot. Also on offer is a tour of the EastEnders set with Barbara Windsor , and a chance to design a Barbie dress.
Director Jonathan Bullen ; Producer Rob Clark Digital widescreen

Contributors

Unknown:
Barbara Windsor
Director:
Jonathan Bullen
Producer:
Rob Clark

Fair and Foul. The net starts to close in on Terry Sydenham 's killer when a new lead is found.
Written by Patrick Wilde ; Producer
John Yorke ; Director Martin Hutchings
Digital widescreen Then National Lottery Update

Contributors

Unknown:
Terry Sydenham
Written By:
Patrick Wilde
Producer:
John Yorke
Sgt Yvonne Mackay:
.Lorraine Ashbourne
Ch Insp Barnard:
Terence Harvey
DS Ray Pickering:
Ian Burfield
PC Mary Sutcliffe:
Sarah Kirkman
DI Tony Baynham:
Ray Stevenson
PC Steve Jackson:
Stephen Lord
PC Sue Chappel:
Ashley Jensen
DS Jane McCormack:
Kate Garside
PC Colin Jitlada:
Ian Aspinall
PC Pete Redfern:
Dave Hill
PC Judy Byrd:
Katie Blake
PC Nick Green:
Sean McKenzie
PC Richard Law:
Michael Begley
Sgt Dobson PHILIP:
Martin Brown
Connor Rice:
Andrew Lancel
Lee Mackey:
Damian Zuk
DSI Gagan:
Julia Ford
Kate:
Jennifer Luckraft
Gary Spencer:
Christopher Hargreaves
Mrs White:
Grace Mitchell

The Problem at Gallows Gate
(part 1). Adam Klaus 's sister sees a woman strangled in a remote country cottage.
Written by David Renwick ; Producer
Verity Lambert ; Director Keith Washington Repeat Subtitled......

Contributors

Unknown:
Adam Klaus
Written By:
David Renwick
Producer:
Verity Lambert
Director:
Keith Washington
Jonathan Creek:
Alan Davies
Madelaine Magellan:
Caroline Quentin
Adam Klaus:
Stuart Milligan
Kitty:
Jennifer Piercey
Hewie Harper:
Clarke Peters
Felicity Vale:
Annabel Mullion
Clare Sallinger:
Jessica Lloyd
Duncan Proctor:
Alistair Petrie
Neville Bruce:
Stephen Billington
Kiko:
Akemi Otani
Dl Barrison:
Stanley Townsend
Ben:
Andrew Barrow
Buster:
Calum MacPherson
Mrs Kilby:
Georgie Glen
Petra:
Amanda Holden

Regional Variations (2)

Birds of a Feather

Series 7

Episode 6: Rising Damp

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

With the husbands back inside, Sharon appears on cable television to campaign for Chris's release. Tracey meets a new man at a rugby club disco. Show more

Desmond Lynam introduces action from the penultimate weekend of the FA Premiership season as the battle to avoid relegation to Division One nears its climax. Commentary comes from Jon Champion ,
Barry Davies and Tony Gubba , with analysis from
Trevor Brooking and Mark Lawrenson. Producer Paul McNamara ; Editor Niall Sloane Repeated tomorrow at 7.20am
Digital widescreen Subtitled..... * See Alan Hansen : page 48

Contributors

Introduces:
Desmond Lynam
Unknown:
Jon Champion
Unknown:
Barry Davies
Unknown:
Tony Gubba
Unknown:
Trevor Brooking
Unknown:
Mark Lawrenson.
Producer:
Paul McNamara
Editor:
Niall Sloane
Unknown:
Alan Hansen

Drama directed by and starring Martin Sheen
also starring Charlie Sheen, Larry [Laurence] Fishburne

West Germany, 1965: rash behaviour following his father's death lands soldier Franklin Bean in trouble, especially when he's faced with a troubled and over-bearing sergeant.
(1991,15)
See Films: pp 50-56 ***

Contributors

Director:
Martin Sheen
Sergeant Otis V McKinney:
Martin Sheen
Franklin Bean Jr:
Charlie Sheen
Stokes:
Larry [Laurence) Fishburne
Spoonman (Bryce):
Blu Mankuma
Webb:
Michael Beach
Sweetbread (Crane):
Harry Stewart

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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