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Sunday fun, with games Bandit Bites, Nev's Jambuster, Aquapigs, and Nev it Up, plus cartoons Arthur, Dennis the Menace, Krypto the Superdog and Mona the Vampire. Barney Harwood, Kirsten O'Brien, Rochelle Wiseman and Nev host.
[web address removed]

Contributors

Presenter:
Barney Harwood
Presenter:
Kirsten O'Brien
Presenter:
Rochelle Wiseman
Director:
Ian Trill
Producer:
Mo Clasby

An archival insight into the lifestyles of the rich and famous, including Elton John, Karl Lagerfeld, and the Cheshire ladies who lunch. With Nicki Chapman. Series producer Veronica Butt

Contributors

Unknown:
Elton John
Unknown:
Karl Lagerfeld
Unknown:
Nicki Chapman.
Producer:
Veronica Butt

*** Eerie mystery starring Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce.
Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson come up against a murderous crook known as the "Creeper" when they attempt to recover a stolen pearl. Review page 62. (1944, PG)(BW)

Contributors

Sherlock Holmes:
Basil Rathbone
Dr Watson:
Nigel Bruce
Director:
Roy William Neill

Presented by John Inverdale and Clare Balding.
1.35 Racing Coverage from Aintree of day two of the North West Masters series, featuring the £100,000 Becher Chase at 2.50, plus starts at 1.40 and 2.15. Also online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
3.05 Rugby League Highlights from Hull's KC Stadium of Great Britain's final Tri-Nations group game against Australia, ahead of next weekend's final.
3.50 Rugby Union Highlights from Twickenham of England's attempt to beat New Zealand for the first time in two years. Then
4.40 Premiership round-up, and
5.00 Highlights from Murrayfield of Scotland's clash with Samoa. Also online at [web address removed] (UK only)

Contributors

Presented By:
John Inverdale
Producer:
Richard Carr
Editor:
James Bentley

Return of the Eagle Owl. Foxes, cats and small dogs beware - the world's largest owl, a fearsome predator, has landed. Raptor expert Roy Dennis investigates. Producer Fergus Beeley Shown last Wednesday (AD)

Contributors

Unknown:
Roy Dennis
Producer:
Fergus Beeley

Franz Ferdinand, Oasis and Anastacia take the stage. Producer Sally Wood ; Executive producer Mark Cooper TOP OF THE POPS MAGAZINE: published fortnightly, price £2

Contributors

Unknown:
Franz Ferdinand
Producer:
Sally Wood
Producer:
Mark Cooper

New series 1/3. Charting historic attempts to break world speed records - on land, water and in the air. rhe Battle of Bonneville. In a death-defying duel slaved out over the six years from 1960, farm boy Art Arfons went head to head with Californian hot-rodder Craig Breedlove in a battle over the world land-speed record. Here, the two men recall smashing the 400, 500 and 600mph barriers as the record changed hands time and again. John Michie narrates.
Producer lain Scollay; Executive producer Hamish Barbour
First shown on BBC4 (AD)

Contributors

Unknown:
Art Arfons
Unknown:
Craig Breedlove
Unknown:
John Michie
Producer:
Hamish Barbour

4/6. Building for Eternity. Driven by their obsession with magic and the afterlife, the ancient Egyptians developed techniques to preserve their bodies, their possessions and the monumental tombs in which they were laid to rest. Dan visits the pyramids at Saqqara and Giza, the huge stone temple at Dendera and also examines the process of mummification.
Director/Producer Martin Mortimore

Contributors

Producer:
Martin Mortimore

Highlights of an all-London affair between Spurs and West Ham and Fulham's journey up to Middlesbrough plus a look back at yesterday's games. Adrian Chiles is joined by Graeme Le Saux and Tony Adams.
Editor Mark Demuth

Contributors

Unknown:
Adrian Chiles
Unknown:
Graeme Le Saux
Unknown:
Tony Adams.
Editor:
Mark Demuth

Action from Mianyang in China of the 13th World Amateur championships as Britain's five-man team face the world's elite. With Ron Mclntosh and Steve Bunce. Commentary: Jim Neilly and Richie Woodhall. Producer Chris Lewis ; Editor Jim Bentley

Contributors

Unknown:
Ron McLntosh
Unknown:
Steve Bunce
Unknown:
Jim Neilly
Unknown:
Richie Woodhall.
Producer:
Chris Lewis
Editor:
Jim Bentley

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