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Lucky Man. Mac helps a patient struggling to protect his pregnant wife from bad news. "Mac" McGuire Christopher Timothy
Episode written by Roland Moore
More cast on Friday

Contributors

Unknown:
McGuire Christopher Timothy
Written By:
Roland Moore
Kate McGuire:
Maggie Cronin
Helen Thompson:
Corrinne Wicks
Marc Eliot:
Tom Butcher
Jude Carlyle:
Natalie J Robb
Benjamin Kwarme:
Ariyon Bakare
Georgina Woodson:
Stirling Gallacher
Oliver Berg:
Laurence Penry-Jones

Ends 5.35.

Arthur
Binky has an odd collection for school.

4.10 The Mummy
Imhotep strikes a sinister deal.

4.35 CBBC Winner Stays On
A chance to select a favourite show. The winner's shown now and added to next week's selection along with two new alternatives.
To vote for (A) call [phone number removed]; for (B) [phone number removed]; for (C) [phone number removed]. Lines are open from 3.45-4.10pm; calls cost 10p. Please ask whoever pays the bill for permission.

(A) Last time's winner

(B) Cavegirl
Another adventure in the Stone Age.

(C) Super Duper Sumos
Fun with Booma and co.

5.00 Blue Peter
A smelly assignment awaits Matt Baker when he joins a wildlife project in the Serengeti.
Repeated with sign language tomorrow at 7am on BBC2
BBC BLUE PETER MAGAZINE: £1.85

5.25 Newsround

Contributors

Presenter (Blue Peter):
Matt Baker

Squirrels tightrope-walk along washing lines, otters raid fishing boats and pine martens operate a food dispenser. Plus pigs, cows, donkeys, ravens and a crow that could be one of the planet's smartest beasts. Which will prove the most intelligent of the lot? Narrated by Dawn French.
Homework helper: page 35

Contributors

Narrator:
Dawn French
Producer:
Mike Beynon

Regional Variations (2)

Only Fools and Horses

The Jolly Boys' Outing

Duration: 1 hour, 24 minutes

on BBC One West

1989 Christmas special of the classic sitcom set in south London. Del is organising the annual Jolly Boys' Outing to Margate, but Cassandra is against it. Show more

A fire engine crashes while answering a call and the police chase speeding motorcyclists. Plus a special glimpse of a camera designed to trap terrorists that is now being used to catch lawbreaking motorists. Jamie Theakston narrates the last of the series.

Contributors

Narrator:
Jamie Theakston
Director:
Paul Kittel
Executive Producer:
Charles Thompson

Eddie Murphy stars in the first of tonight's horror double bill, a comic tale from Scream director Wes Craven. Sleek vampire Maximillian arrives in New York in search of an NYPD detective who is unaware that she is half-vampire, and is to be his bride.
(Widescreen)
Review page 52.
(1995, 15)

Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Director:
Wes Craven
Maximillian:
Eddie Murphy
Rita:
Angela Bassett
Justice:
Allen Payne
Julius:
Kadeem Hardison
Silas:
John Witherspoon
Dr Zeko:
Zakes Mokae
Dewey:
Joanna Cassidy
Nikki:
Simbi Khali

** Offbeat horror, concluding this evening's double bill. A scientist pursues a terrifying beast that lives beneath a cemetery. His quest, however, is hindered by a cop determined to destroy the creature. Review page 52.
Director Craig Pryce (1993, 18)

Contributors

Director:
Craig Pryce
Hunter:
Stephen McHattie
Tracy:
Cynthia Belliveau
Ed:
Jaimz Woolvett
Jake:
Dennis O'Connor
Buckner:
Brion James
Jesse:
Neve Campbell
Gabe:
Christopher Bondy
Al:
Addison Bell

Programmes with sign language.
Ends 4.20.

A Life of Grime
Can a homeless man be helped? With enhanced commentary for the visually impaired.

2.10 Tabloid Tales
How Big Brother star Jade Goody went from being a victim of a vicious press to a tabloid darling.

2.50 Bailiffs
A motorist who didn't pay his parking fines is the target in the second of the series.

3.20 Changing Rooms
Colonial France collides with ancient Greece in Formby, Merseyside.

3.50 So What Do You Do All Day?
Lottery boss Dianne Thompson is the third subject.
(Shown last Thursday on BBC2)

Contributors

Subject (So What Do You Do All Day?):
Dianne Thompson

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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