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9.10 Bilko and the Beast. Colonel Hall has a plan to toughen up Bilko and his men.
9.35 The Physical Checkup. Bilko tries to prove he's fit enough to stay in the army. Black and white Repeat
Videoplus code for 9.10-9.35 Code for 9.35-10.00 ............................... Code for 9.10-10.00 (not PDC)

Drama based on true events, starring Donald Sinden
In 1911, a gang of Russian anarchists in London commits robbery and murder. A Scotland Yard inspector goes undercover to infiltrate the gang. Widescreen.
Directors Robert S Baker. Monty Berman (1960)
Black and white Subtitled.
* See Films: pp 54-61

Contributors

Unknown:
Donald Sinden
Directors:
Robert S Baker.
Directors:
Monty Berman

From Newbury, Clare Balding and Willie Carson present a four-race card to start the three-day meeting, with races at 2.40,
3.10, 3.40 and 4.10. Commentary by Jim McGrath , Jimmy Lindley , Graham Rock.
Producer Gerry Morrison Digital widescreen Including at 3.25 News and Regional News Subtitled Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Clare Balding
Unknown:
Willie Carson
Commentary By:
Jim McGrath
Commentary By:
Jimmy Lindley
Commentary By:
Graham Rock.
Producer:
Gerry Morrison

Coverage from the West Hants Club,
Bournemouth, of the quarter-finals in the Samsung Open, as some of the world's top clay-court specialists vie for a slice of the L250,000 prize money. Introduced by Sue Barker , with commentary by John Barrett , Mark Cox and Chris Bailey.
Producer Paul Davies Digital widescreen.

Contributors

Introduced By:
Sue Barker
Commentary By:
John Barrett
Commentary By:
Mark Cox
Commentary By:
Chris Bailey.
Producer:
Paul Davies

6.00 Lisa's First Word. Marge recounts how Lisa first spoke.
With the voice of Elizabeth Taylor. At 6.20 Mr Plow. Homer and Barney vie for the town's snow-plough business. With the voices of Linda Ronstadt , Adam West. Repeat
Videoplus code for 6.00-6.20 Code for 6.20-6.45 Code for 6.00-6.45 (not PDC) ....

Contributors

Unknown:
Elizabeth Taylor.
Unknown:
Mr Plow.
Unknown:
Linda Ronstadt
Unknown:
Adam West.

Continuing the series in which the Liverpool and England striker passes on football tips with boys and girls from the Brazilian Soccer School in Leeds.
Today he explains the art of beating opponents, ball control and heading for goal, then tells of his rise to World Cup fame. Executive producer Huw Marks Series producer Alan Hurndall
Repeated next Sunday BBC CAMPAIGN ADDRESS: [address removed] Helpline:[number removed]

Contributors

Producer:
Alan Hurndall

Concluding the series on the restoration of the gardens at the old Aberglasney mansion in Carmarthenshire. As the official opening approaches, children prepare to play their part in front of the VIP guest, while the chief archaeologist and head gardener are still uncovering new objects. Producer John Trefor ; Executive producer Richard Trayler-Smith First shown on BBC Wales Digital widescreen Subtitled...

Contributors

Producer:
John Trefor
Producer:
Richard Trayler-Smith

Terry Waite reflects on solitude in rural Suffolk, and the series' challenge volunteers learn more survival skills. Presenter Pete McCarthy investigates erosion,
Fiona Lawrenson goes bird-watching on the Welsh hills and Lindsay Cannon kayaks round the island of Rum. See today's choices. Series producer Patrick Flavelle
Digital widescreen E-mail: [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Terry Waite
Presenter:
Pete McCarthy
Unknown:
Fiona Lawrenson
Unknown:
Lindsay Cannon

Alan Titchmarsh helps a viewer in Cardiff to tackle some long-running horticultural problems. Pippa Greenwood checks out her plots of turf at
King's Heath, and learns how well her hanging baskets have retained moisture throughout summer, while Gay Search visits an exotic Leicestershire garden. Series producer Colette Foster Executive producer Tony Laryea
Digital widescreen Subtitled ........... BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: available from newsagents, price £2.30 * See Alan Titchmarsh : page 38

Contributors

Unknown:
Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown:
Pippa Greenwood
Unknown:
Alan Titchmarsh

Mark Lamarr hosts the ever-irreverent music quiz, with team captains Sean Hughes and Phill Jupitus joined by eighties star Nik Kershaw, comedian Jeff Green, Roisin Murphy of Moloko and Another Level's Dane Bowers.
Director Paul Wheeler; Producer Richard Wilson
Repeated next Sunday
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Unknown:
Mark Lamarr
Unknown:
Sean Hughes
Unknown:
Phill Jupitus
Unknown:
Nik Kershaw
Unknown:
Jeff Green
Unknown:
Roisin Murphy
Unknown:
Dane Bowers.
Director:
Paul Wheeler
Producer:
Richard Wilson

Another compilation of satirical sketches, starring
Rowan Atkinson , Mel Smith , Griff Rhys Jones and Pamela Stephenson. Directors Geoff Posner and Bill Wilson
Producers Sean Hardie and John Lloyd
Repeat Subtitled .......................

Contributors

Unknown:
Rowan Atkinson
Unknown:
Mel Smith
Unknown:
Griff Rhys
Unknown:
Pamela Stephenson.
Directors:
Geoff Posner
Directors:
Bill Wilson
Producers:
Sean Hardie

A six-part series of outrageous sketches and dance videos, starring Mark Tonderai , Crunski, Melissa Lloyd , Chris Pavlo and Jay Simpson. Plus an interview with Puff Daddy. Contains swearing and some nudity. Director Moody Shoaibi ; Producer
Mark Tonderai

Contributors

Unknown:
Mark Tonderai
Unknown:
Melissa Lloyd
Unknown:
Chris Pavlo
Unknown:
Jay Simpson.
Director:
Moody Shoaibi
Producer:
Mark Tonderai

Regional Variations (2)

Later... with Jools Holland

Series 12

Episode 3

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Jools is joined by the Fun Lovin' Criminals, The Afghan Whigs, Natalie Merchant, Mike Oldfield and Alvin Youngblood Hart.

Crime drama starring
Hardy Kruger
Stanley Baker
A Dutch artist begins a casual affairwith a British woman, but then she is found murdered. Director Joseph Losey (1959)
Black and white Subtitled ........
# See Rims: pp 54-61 ***
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown:
Hardy Kruger
Unknown:
Stanley Baker
Director:
Joseph Losey

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