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Ends 5.35.

Taz-Mania
Double bill. An elderly Bushlad tries to ensare Taz. Then, the mud people revolt and dethrone Bushlad.

4.05 Tom and Jerry Kids
Three cat-and-mouse capers.

4.30 The Basil Brush Show
Can the fox and his friends stop Anil losing his cafe to his slimy rival Orso?
More on Friday at 4.30pm.

4.55 The Agents
The seven winning talent-spotters join Carrie Grant for an award ceremony. Who will be crowned the best agent of 2003?

5.25 Newsround

Contributors

Writer (The Basil Brush Show):
Ged Allen
Presenter (The Agents):
Carrie Grant

Regional Variations (2)

Junior Mastermind

Series 1

Episode 3

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

John Humphrys poses questions about JK Rowling's Harry Potter novels, the history of the VW Beetle, Liverpool Football Club 1995-2004, and the Girls in Love series by Jacqueline Wilson.

The Mayor of Northolt. A faulty streetlight outside Stanley and Ella's bedroom compels George to stand for mayor. Writers Trevelyan Evans and Pete Sinclair ; Director John Stroud
Producers Jamie Rix and John Stroud

Contributors

Unknown:
Trevelyan Evans
Unknown:
Pete Sinclair
Director:
John Stroud
Producers:
Jamie Rix
Producers:
John Stroud

Action adventure, starring Harrison Ford and Karen Allen , that rattles along with wit, invention and the raw spirit of true escapade. Indiana Jones's exploits take him around the world in search of the legendary Ark of the Covenant, a religious artefact of unspeakable power wanted by the Nazis. With the help of an old flame, Indy takes on his enemies in a death-defying battle to the finish. Review page 45.
Director Steven Spielberg (1981, PG) Rim Highlights: page 38; Film Trivia: page 41

Contributors

Unknown:
Harrison Ford
Unknown:
Karen Allen
Director:
Steven Spielberg
Indiana Jones:
Harrison Ford
Marion Ravenwood:
Karen Allen
Belloq:
Paul Freeman
Toht:
Ronald Lacey
Sallah:
John Rhys-Davies
Brody:
Denholm Elliott
Dietrich:
Wolf Kahler
Gobler:
Anthony Higgins
Satipo:
Alfred Molina
Barranca:
Vic Tablian
Monkey man:
Vic Tablian
Colonel Musgrove:
Don Fellows
Major Eaton:
William Hootkins
Giant Sherpa:
Pat Roach
Big German mechanic:
Pat Roach
Imam:
Tutte Lemkow
Swordsman:
Teny Richards

What exactly happens when a crime-fighting programme such as Crimewatch UK gets involved in tracking down
Britain's most wanted? Nick Ross and Fiona Bruce explain the dynamics of the show which, over the last 20 years, has helped to catch criminals such as the M25 rapist and solved cases over 25 years old where the trail had gone cold. Producer Mark Scantlebury
Followed by National Lottery Update

Contributors

Unknown:
Nick Ross
Unknown:
Fiona Bruce
Producer:
Mark Scantlebury

Romantic drama starring Kirsten Dunst (a touching turn laced with charm) and Jay Hernandez. Carlos Nunez is a poor Latino teenager whose ambition to succeed has won him a scholarship to a prestigious LA high school. But his model status comes under threat when he and rich bad-girl Nicole Oakley embark on a relationship. Review page 45.
Director John Stockwell (2001, 12) Film Highlights: page 38
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown:
Kirsten Dunst
Unknown:
Jay Hernandez.
Unknown:
Carlos Nunez
Unknown:
Nicole Oakley
Director:
John Stockwell
Nicole Oakley:
Kirsten Dunst
Carlos Nunez:
Jay Hernandez
Tom Oakley:
Bruce Davison
Luis:
Herman Osorio
Eddie:
Miguel Castro
Victor:
Tommy de la Cruz
Hector:
Rolando Molina
Mrs Nunez:
Soledad St Hilaire
Courtney:
Oakley Lucindajenney
Maddy:
Taryn Manning

Signed programmes. Ends 3.10.
Underworld Rich List A double bill from BBC3's The Third Degree series spotlighting Britain's wealthiest villains.
1/3. Smugglers. Police and those involved in the crime world reveal how lucrative contraband deals have helped create a superstratum comprising Britain's top-earning smugglers.
2.10 2/3. Drug Barons. An insight into the activities and lifestyles of the dons of the drug trade is provided by law enforcement insiders and figures from the criminal netherworld.

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