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Who Goes There. A girl insists her nightmares are real.
Episode written by Andrew Cornish
More cast Monday (S) (W)

Contributors

Written By:
Andrew Cornish
James West:
Grant Jones
Linda West:
Caroline Lintott
Christine Babbage:
Claire Benedict
Cathy Armstrong:
Catherine Breeze
Janet Armstrong:
Gwyneth Powell
Liz Kelly:
Victoria Carling
Sophie Kelly:
Ashlie Walker
Howard Slade:
Robert Perkins

Ends 5.35.
The Woody Woodpecker Show Another triple bill of avian amusement. (R) (S)
4.05 Rugrats Chuckie fears he is a clown. More at 4.40pm. (S)
4.15 The Basil Brush Show Basil befriends chickens living upstairs. Episode written by Dan Tetsell,
Danny Robbins,Ged Allen (R) (S) (W)
4.40 Rugrats Another instalment of infantile antics. (S)
4.55 Call the Shots Holly Willoughby meets actor Willem Dafoe in San Francisco in the last of the series. Repeated next Monday on BBC2
(S) (W)
5-20 Newsround (S) (W)
5.30 CBBC at the Fame Academy
The latest gossip. (S) (W)

Contributors

Written By:
Dan Tetsell
Written By:
Danny Robbins
Unknown:
Holly Willoughby
Unknown:
Willem Dafoe

Regional Variations (2)

Open All Hours

Series 2

Episode 3: Fig Biscuits and Inspirational Toilet Rolls

Duration: 29 minutes

on BBC One West

Classic comedy series about a miserly shopkeeper. Arkwright and Granville have to get shot of some fig rolls - plus some lavatory paper.

Contributors

Arkwright:
Ronnie Barker
Granville:
David Jason
Nurse Gladys Emmanuel:
Lynda Baron
Mrs Blewett:
Kathy Staff
Man in Car:
Howard Crossley
Delivery Man:
Mike Kelly
Writer:
Roy Clarke

On Phil and Kate's big day, Geoffis in the mood for trouble. A surprise guest makes an appearance at the reception. Episode written by James Payne Cast on Thursday
Repeated at 10pm on BBC3 Omnibus next Sunday (S) (W)

Contributors

Written By:
James Payne Cast

Space Virus. Thermoman picks up a virus in space.
Written by Paul Mayhew-Archer and Paul Mendelson
Director John Stroud ; Producers Jamie Rix and John Stroud (S) (W)

Contributors

Written By:
Paul Mayhew-Archer
Written By:
Paul Mendelson
Director:
John Stroud
Producers:
Jamie Rix
Producers:
John Stroud
George Sunday:
Ardal 0'Hanlon
Janet:
Emily Joyce
Piers:
Hugh Dennis
Arnie:
Lou Hirsch
Mrs Raven:
Geraldine McNulty
Ella:
Lill Roughley
Ollie:
Finlay Stroud
Tyler:
Philip Whitchurch
Stanley:
Tim Wylton
Mr Lawrence:
Tony Aitken
Newsreader:
Natasha Kaplinsky
Mr Skinner:
Michael Moylan

Regional Variations (2)

Only Fools and Horses

Series 3

Episode 5: May the Force Be with You

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Classic sitcom set in south London. A ripple of panic runs through the Nag's Head: Del's old school enemy Slater is back in town, hell bent on revenge and brandishing his police badge.

A new arrival at the agency impresses everyone. With guest appearances from ex-Wimbledon champion Pat Cash and London's mayor Ken Livingstone. Contains strong language.
Written and directed by Andy Hamilton ; Producer Sue Howells (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Pat Cash
Unknown:
Ken Livingstone.
Directed By:
Andy Hamilton
Producer:
Sue Howells
Trevor:
Neil Pearson
Sammy:
Paul Reynolds
Barry:
Abdul Salis
Heidrun:
Cosima Shaw
Ralph:
Michael Fenton Stevens
Theresa:
Rosalind Ayres
Meryl:
Claire Skinner
Scott:
Joe Absolom
Toby:
Matthew Thomas

Clinton Woods takes on US fighter
Glencoffe Johnson in this eliminator for the IBFtitle at Ponds Forge Arena in his home town of Sheffield. With John Inverdale. Producer Chris Lewis ; Editor Jim Bentley (W)
Followed by Weathervlew (W)

Contributors

Unknown:
Clinton Woods
Unknown:
Glencoffe Johnson
Unknown:
John Inverdale.
Producer:
Chris Lewis
Editor:
Jim Bentley

Science-fiction thriller starring
Charlie Sheen. Despite being sacked, a radio astronomer continues his investigations after hearing a strange signal, convinced that alien activity is taking place. Review page 54.
Director David Twohy (1996,12) (S)

Contributors

Unknown:
Charlie Sheen.
Director:
David Twohy

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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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