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Emma Ledden and Steve Wilson welcome the Byker Grove band Point Break and Australian pop duo Sister 2 Sister. There's a look at what happened on a viewer's date with Westlife, plus chances to win a holiday to Australia and a bumper pack of Star Wars paraphernalia.
Jamie Oliver demonstrates a recipe in the studio, and Alistair McGowan performs comic impressions. A1 star in part two of their own comedy, and there's more fun with The Simpsons, Rugrats and Kenan and Kel.

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Contributors

Presenter:
Emma Ledden
Presenter:
Steve Wilson
Guest:
Point Break
Guest:
Sister 2 Sister
Guest:
Jamie Oliver
Guest:
Alistair McGowan
Executive Producer:
Chris Bellinger
Editor:
Angela Sharp

Introduced by John Inverdale from Lansdowne Road in Dublin. See Choice.
12.20 Football Focus Ray Stubbs previews the weekend's Premiership programme.
1.20 Rugby Union Build-Up A look ahead to this afternoon's Six
Nations fixtures. (S)
1.50,2.55 Six Nations Rugby France v Italy
The final weekend of the inaugural Six Nations championship gets under way with live coverage from Stade de France, Paris (kickoff 2pm). France would appear favourites on paper, but few would bet against the ability of fly-half Diego Dominguezto inspire an Italian charge.
Commentary by Eddie Butler. (S)
1.50-3.50 (not PDC)
2.45 Around the Grounds Country-wide team news.
3.45 Football Half-Times Updates.
3.50,4.55 Six Nations Rugby Ireland v Wales
Live coverage from Dublin (kickoff 4pm). Ireland have performed well this season and remain undefeated at home, but Wales have an impressive recent record at Lansdowne Road. Can the Welsh salvage one last victory from a disappointing tournament? Commentary by Nigel Starmer -Smith and Jonathan Davies.
The final match Scotland v
England can be seen tomorrow at 1.40pm on BBC1. (S)
3.50-5.40 (not PDC)
4.45 Football Full Times Results.
5.40 Final Score News and results.
Executive producer Martin Hopkins
Editor Carl Hicks (W)

Contributors

Introduced By:
John Inverdale
Unknown:
Ray Stubbs
Unknown:
Diego Dominguezto
Commentary By:
Eddie Butler.
Commentary By:
Nigel Starmer
Unknown:
Jonathan Davies.
Producer:
Martin Hopkins
Editor:
Carl Hicks

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly host the game show that tests friendships to the limit, with two teams of five friends fighting it out for the chance to win a holiday.
Producer Martin Scott ; Series producer Marion Farrelly (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Declan Donnelly
Producer:
Martin Scott
Producer:
Marion Farrelly

Lulu and Terry Alderton introduce the action as two teams of neighbours -the Welsh Dragons and the British
Bulldogs - do battle to win a holiday for their street. Plus the Thunderball and National Lottery draws, and live music from rock singer Eagle-Eye Cherry.
Director Simon Staffurth ; Producer Mobashir Dar (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Terry Alderton
Director:
Simon Staffurth
Producer:
Mobashir Dar

The first episode of two-part story from February 1999.
Mother's Day. Sean's professional capabilities are stretched to breaking point as he makes life-or-death decisions.
Episode written by Christopher Reason
Producer Johnathan Young ; Director Julian Holmes (R) (S) (W)
Followed by National Lottery Update

Contributors

Written By:
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

The supernatural detective drama series starring Bob Mortimer and Vic Reeves.

When a teacher is reported to have been killed at the school where Jeannie's nephew is a pupil, Jeff and Jeannie go undercover to investigate.
See Choice.
(S) (W)
Emilia Fox's Questionnaire: page 10

Contributors

Writer/Producer:
Charlie Higson
Executive Producer:
Simon Wright
Jeff Randall:
Bob Mortimer
Marty Hopkirk:
Vic Reeves
Jeannie Hurst:
Emilia Fox
Wyvern:
Tom Baker
Captain Graves:
Peter Bowles
Wendy Gill:
Melissa Knatchbull
Daniel Gill:
Rory Jennings
Angus Gill:
William Chubb
Harriet Banks-Smith:
Phyllis Logan
Percy Banks-Smith:
Hugh Simon
Praetor:
Alex Brown
Delingpole:
Nick Le Moignan
Meades:
Ben Johnstone
Parker:
Martin Slav
Mr Dawkins:
Mark Straker
Walton:
Anthony Daniels
Waymark:
Andrew McGibbon
Purnell:
David Acton
Bushell:
Bobby Windebank
Catchpole:
Jay Barrymore

Gary Lineker introduces the best of the day's Premiership action, including Leeds United v Chelsea. John Motson and Jon Champion commentate, while studio analysis is provided by Alan Hansen and Mark Lawrenson. Producer Paul McNamara ; Executive editor Niall Sloane
Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am (S) Alan Hansen : page 43

Contributors

Introduces:
Gary Lineker
Unknown:
John Motson
Provided By:
Alan Hansen
Provided By:
Mark Lawrenson.
Producer:
Paul McNamara
Editor:
Niall Sloane
Unknown:
Alan Hansen

Cult road movie starring Peter Fonda , Dennis Hopper and Jack Nicholson. Two motorcyclists use the money they made from a drug deal to travel across the States to New Orleans for Mardi Gras. Among the characters they meet is an alcoholic lawyer who joins them on their odyssey.
Director Dennis Hopper (1969. 18) (S) Film of the week: page 55 *****

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Fonda
Unknown:
Dennis Hopper
Unknown:
Jack Nicholson.
Director:
Dennis Hopper
Wyatt:
Peter Fonda
Captain America:
Peter Fonda
Billy:
Dennis Hopper
George Hanson:
Jack Nicholson
Connection:
Phil Spector
Jesus:
Antonio Mendoza
Rancher:
Warren Finnerty

BBC One London

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

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