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    9.45
    : Kilroy
    Live topical discussion as Robert Kilroy Silk gets to the heart of the issues that matter .

    10.30
    : Can't Cook Won't Cook
    Hilarious cookery challenge, with the irreplaceable Ainsley Harriott.

    11.00
    : News
    Regional News and Weather

    11.05
    : The Really Useful Show
    Consumer show.

    11.45
    : Smillie's People
    Celebrity talk show as Carol Smilie interviews Dierdrie Rashid and Pierre Van Hoijdonk

    12.00
    : News
    Regional News and Weather

    12.05
    : The Alphabet Game
    Comedywordgame.

    12.30
    : Going for a Song
    Antiques panel game.

    12.55
    : The Weather Show
    How the weather affects our lives.

    13.00
    : One O'Clock News
    Weather

    13.30
    : Regional News; Weather

    13.40
    : Neighbours
    Detailsat5.35pm Stereo Subtitled ....

    14.05
    : Whose Child Is This?
    Drama, based on a true story, starring Susan Dey
    After childless couple Jan and Robby DeBoer adopt the baby of unmarried Cara Clausen , they learn that Cara has had a change of heart. So begins a prolonged legal wrangle as Cara and the natural father of baby Jessica attempt to win back custody of the child.
    (1993) Stereo . * See Films: pages 48-51 ***

    15.30
    : Playdays
    Poppy feels more grown up while Neil messes the bed.

    15.50
    : The Friday Zone
    Live. unpredictable children's entertainment, with presenters Josie D'Arby, Chris Jarvis, Peter Simon, Emma Lee, Steve Rock, Debra Stephenson and Dominic Wood.
    Including animation with The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest.

    16.55
    : Newsround Extra
    Chris Rogers reports on developments in the quest to discover brave new worlds.

    17.10
    : Blue Peter
    In this nostalgic episode Tim Vincent makes his final live appearance as a Blue Peter presenter where there won't be a dry eye in the house.

    A special Tim Vincent compilation 'Viva Tim Vincent' will be shown next Wednesday on BBC1

    17.35
    : Neighbours
    Libby might be falling in love with Darren, but can she trust him? Is it finally all over for Cheryl and Lou? Shown at 1.40pm

    18.00
    : Six O'Clock News
    With Martyn Lewis and Jill Dando. Weather Peter Cockroft

    18.30
    : Regional news magazine
    For details see Monday ....

    19.00
    : Big Break
    Snooker-based game show hosted by Jim Davidson. Tonight's contestants striving for the mystery star prize are assisted by snooker professionals
    Willie Thorne , Andy Hicks and Barry Pinches. The show's referee is John "Mr Trick Shot" Virgo.

    19.30
    : Top of the Pops
    The latest hits from the UK charts, plus exclusive live performances, pre-chart sounds, a classic from the archives and a look at the new videos.
    Repeated tomorrow Stereo
    TOP OF THE POPS - THE MAGAZINE: price £1.25, on sale now from newsagents

    20.30
    : Noel's Telly Years
    Noel Edmonds presents the nostalgia entertainment show that looks back on ,, the television, fads and fashions of year gone by with the aid of classic clips.
    Tonight 1982 is underthe spotlight the year when the Italian football team won the World Cup in Spain, the Falklands I
    War started when Argentina invaded the islands in a dispute over sovereignty or) 2 April and in Crossroads the famous Li motel rose phoenix-like from the ashes of a fire. Fifteen years later actress
    Diane Keen and-athlete David Moorcroft look back at the way things were and answer questions sport, showbiz, pofitics, pop and high street prices, with guest comedian Steve Nallon.

    21.00
    : Nine O'Clock News
    With Michael Buerk. Subtitled

    21.30
    : Under Siege
    Action adventure starring
    Steven Seagal
    Tommy Lee Jones
    Casey Ryback , a once heroic navy man now working as a cook on the battleship USS Missouri, is locked up after clashing with Commander Krill. Then terrorists take overthe ship and threaten to launch its nuclear missiles.
    Director Andrew Davis (1992, 15)
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      9.45
      : Kilroy
      Live topical discussion as Robert Kilroy Silk gets to the heart of the issues that matter .

      10.30
      : Can't Cook Won't Cook
      Hilarious cookery challenge, with the irreplaceable Ainsley Harriott.

      11.00
      : News
      Regional News and Weather

      11.05
      : The Really Useful Show
      Consumer show.

      11.45
      : Smillie's People
      Celebrity talk show as Carol Smilie interviews Dierdrie Rashid and Pierre Van Hoijdonk

      12.00
      : News
      Regional News and Weather

      12.05
      : The Alphabet Game
      Comedywordgame.

      12.30
      : Going for a Song
      Antiques panel game.

      12.55
      : The Weather Show
      How the weather affects our lives.

      13.00
      : One O'Clock News
      Weather

      13.30
      : Regional News; Weather

      13.40
      : Neighbours
      Detailsat5.35pm Stereo Subtitled ....

      14.05
      : Whose Child Is This?
      Drama, based on a true story, starring Susan Dey
      After childless couple Jan and Robby DeBoer adopt the baby of unmarried Cara Clausen , they learn that Cara has had a change of heart. So begins a prolonged legal wrangle as Cara and the natural father of baby Jessica attempt to win back custody of the child.
      (1993) Stereo . * See Films: pages 48-51 ***

      15.30
      : Playdays
      Poppy feels more grown up while Neil messes the bed.

      15.50
      : The Friday Zone
      Live. unpredictable children's entertainment, with presenters Josie D'Arby, Chris Jarvis, Peter Simon, Emma Lee, Steve Rock, Debra Stephenson and Dominic Wood.
      Including animation with The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest.

      16.55
      : Newsround Extra
      Chris Rogers reports on developments in the quest to discover brave new worlds.

      17.10
      : Blue Peter
      In this nostalgic episode Tim Vincent makes his final live appearance as a Blue Peter presenter where there won't be a dry eye in the house.

      A special Tim Vincent compilation 'Viva Tim Vincent' will be shown next Wednesday on BBC1

      17.35
      : Neighbours
      Libby might be falling in love with Darren, but can she trust him? Is it finally all over for Cheryl and Lou? Shown at 1.40pm

      18.00
      : Six O'Clock News
      With Martyn Lewis and Jill Dando. Weather Peter Cockroft

      18.30
      : Regional news magazine
      For details see Monday ....

      19.00
      : Big Break
      Snooker-based game show hosted by Jim Davidson. Tonight's contestants striving for the mystery star prize are assisted by snooker professionals
      Willie Thorne , Andy Hicks and Barry Pinches. The show's referee is John "Mr Trick Shot" Virgo.

      19.30
      : Top of the Pops
      The latest hits from the UK charts, plus exclusive live performances, pre-chart sounds, a classic from the archives and a look at the new videos.
      Repeated tomorrow Stereo
      TOP OF THE POPS - THE MAGAZINE: price £1.25, on sale now from newsagents

      20.30
      : Noel's Telly Years
      Noel Edmonds presents the nostalgia entertainment show that looks back on ,, the television, fads and fashions of year gone by with the aid of classic clips.
      Tonight 1982 is underthe spotlight the year when the Italian football team won the World Cup in Spain, the Falklands I
      War started when Argentina invaded the islands in a dispute over sovereignty or) 2 April and in Crossroads the famous Li motel rose phoenix-like from the ashes of a fire. Fifteen years later actress
      Diane Keen and-athlete David Moorcroft look back at the way things were and answer questions sport, showbiz, pofitics, pop and high street prices, with guest comedian Steve Nallon.

      21.00
      : Nine O'Clock News
      With Michael Buerk. Subtitled

      21.30
      : Under Siege
      Action adventure starring
      Steven Seagal
      Tommy Lee Jones
      Casey Ryback , a once heroic navy man now working as a cook on the battleship USS Missouri, is locked up after clashing with Commander Krill. Then terrorists take overthe ship and threaten to launch its nuclear missiles.
      Director Andrew Davis (1992, 15)
      1997
      "Prejudice is a great time saver. You can form opinions without having to get the facts"
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      7.35
      : Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
      The animated adventures of Peanuts. When Sally borrows a ruler she gets in real trouble.
      7.55
      : Eggs'n'Baker
      In the first of two programmes for Easter weekend, Cheryl Baker fills the studio with baby animals and live music from her own band Bucks Fizz. Her guest is Terry Nutkins from The Really Wild Roadshow and there are eggy games and a look at making pickles.
      0 IDEAS: write to Cheryl Baker at Eggs 'n' Baker. BBCtv. PO Box 27. Manchester M60 1SJ.
      Contributors
      Unknown: Cheryl Baker
      Unknown: Terry Nutkins
      Unknown: Cheryl Baker
      8.35
      : BraveStarr: The Haunted Shield
      More cartoon adventures in outer space. (R)
      9.00
      : Going Live!
      Actors Jonathon Morris and Dudley Moore 'go five' this morning. Music comes from pop group
      James and Roxette from Sweden, and cartoon fun from The Raccoons. There's a new series, The Attack of the Killer Tomatoes and Darren Day presents the Clockwise quiz. With
      Sarah Greene and Phillip Schofield , featuring Trevor and Simon.
      Contributors
      Unknown: Jonathon Morris
      Unknown: Dudley Moore
      Unknown: Sarah Greene
      Unknown: Phillip Schofield
      12.12
      : Weather
      12.15
      : Grandstand
      With Desmond Lynam. Provisional Timetable
      12.20 Boat race; Football; Rugby league; 12.55 News
      1.00 Boat race; 1.50 Swimming
      2.10 Racing; 2.25 Swimming
      2.40 Racing; 2.55 Rugby league
      3.40 Racing; 3.55 Rugby league
      4.30 Swimming; 4.50 Final Score
      Rowing
      137th Oxford v
      Cambridge University Boat Race from Putney, for the Beefeater Gin
      Trophy. Will Cambridge improve their record?
      They have won only once in the last 15 years. HRH the Princess Royal is there to see if the 'tide' changes. With Gerald Sinstadt and Chris Baillieu.

      Rugby League
      St Helens v Widnes
      Live coverage of all of the second semi-final of the Silk Cut Challenge Cup from Central Park, Wigan. Kick-off 3.00pm. With Ray
      French and Alex Murphy.

      Swimming
      Mycil World Cup from the Ponds Forge Pool in Sheffield. With Hamilton Bland and Andy Jameson.
      Racing
      From Haydock Park.
      2.15 Matthew Peacock Novices Hurdle (2Ĺim)
      2.45 Carlisle Handicap Chase (3m)
      3.45 Beamish Irish Stout
      Handicap Chase (2m) Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan and Richard Pitman.

      17.10
      : News and Weather
      17.20
      : Regional News and Sport

      17.25
      : Stay Tooned!
      It's s Criminal Isn 't It. Tony Robinson takes a look at the world of cartoon crime.
      Producer Nick Jones

      17.55
      : Jim'll Fix It
      Jimmy Savile makes some more dreams come true for people of all ages. Director Helen Gartell

      18.30
      : Little and Large
      This week, Syd Little and Eddie Large stay cool and hit the nail on the head as stars of rap Vanilla Ice and M C Hammer. Also, the boys discover that booking into a hotel is not so simple. Musical guests Zucchero and Paul Young. With Maddi Cryer and Billy Pearce.

      19.00
      : Fast Friends
      A brand new game show hosted by Les Dawson where anything can happen. Two captains will select teams from 40 'friends' and then play for a fabulous holiday by answering questions in an elimination contest, winning prizes on the way. See panel below. Director Sylvie Boden Producer Stanley Appel

      19.30
      : Police Rescue
      Starring
      Gary Sweet Sonia Todd
      A feature-length film to launch a new drama series about
      Australian police officers who daily risk their lives to save others. New recruit Georgia
      Rattray becomes involved in a search for an epileptic boy lost down in the sewers as flood waters begin to rise.
      (The series 'Police Rescue' begins on Wednesday 8.00pm) 0 DRAMA: page 6
      0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

      21.00
      : News and Sport
      With Michael Buerk.
      Weather John Kettley

      21.20
      : Canned Carrott
      Join Jasper Carrott for a 30-minute work-out as he exercises his wit taking a look at the games people play and visits the zoo to examine the dos and don'ts of being the Best Man. With Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis. Special guest Robert Powell.
      Winner with a capital W
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