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Introduced by Sue Barker.

1.35 Rugby Union
Highlights of yesterday's Premiership One clash between Leicester and London Irish at Welford Road.

1.55 Rugby League: Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors
Live coverage (kickoff 2pm) from Headingley of this fourth-round tie in the Challenge Cup. Commentary from Jon Champion and Joe Lydon.

3.40 Snooker
Coverage of the first eight frames of the the Masters final from Wembley Conference Centre. Further coverage can be seen at 8pm.

5.10 Rugby League Draw
The draw for the fifth round of the Challenge Cup.

5.15 Athletics
Live coverage of the Grand Prix at Birmingham's National Indoor Arena.

(Digital widescreen)

Videoplus codes for 1.30-7.30
1.30-5.10 (not PDC)
5.10-7.30 (not PDC)


Sue Barker
Commentary (Rugby Union):
Nigel Starmer-Smith
Commentary (Rugby League):
Jon Champion
Commentary (Rugby League):
Joe Lydon
Commentary (Athletics):
David Coleman
Commentary (Athletics):
Steve Cram
Commentary (Athletics):
Paul Dickenson
Commentary (Athletics):
Brendan Foster
Commentary (Athletics):
Stuart Storey
Commentary (Athletics):
Christina Boxer
TV Presentation (Athletics):
Martin Webster
TV Presentation (Athletics):
Mark Wilkin
TV Presentation (Rugby League):
Malcolm Kemp

Live coverage of the concluding frames of the final of the 25th Masters tournament from Wembley Conference Centre. There have been 14 different winners since 1975 and in that time the greatest final was arguably last year's clash between Mark Williams and Stephen Hendry, which the Welshman won on a re-spotted black in the final frame.
Introduced by David Vine.


David Vine

Angus Deayton concludes his chronicle with a look at the state of the nation's comedy today.
Featuring Rik Mayall, Alexei Sayle, Eddie Izzard and Steve Coogan.


Angus Deayton
Rik Mayall
Alexei Sayle
Eddie Izzard
Steve Coogan
Series Producer:
Peter Higgins

The return of the irreverent music quiz. The guests are Simon Le Bon, Karen Poole of Alisha's Attic, singer Ian Dury and actress Kathy Burke.
(Shown last Friday) (Digital widescreen)


Simon Le Bon
Karen Poole
Ian Dury
Kathy Burke

(Repeats are not indicated)

Further Education
2.00 Working with Others

4.00 Suenos World Spanish 1-4
(with subtitles)

Business and Training
5.00 Computers Don't Bite: Business: Taking Financial Control

Open University
5.45 Personnel Selection
6.10 An A to Z of English
6.35-7.00am Child Development: Simple Beginnings?

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