September 1 2003
Sunday 7 September BBC1
6.00 Breakfast 9.00 Breakfast with Frost 10.00 The Heaven and Earth Show 11.00 TV Mail 11.30 Countryfile 12.00 BBC News 12.05 'Allo 'Allo 12.30 Keeping Up Appearances 1.00 FILM: The Wind in the Willows 2.25 EastEnders 4.20 Points of View 4.35 BBC News; Regional News; Weather 5.00 Songs of Praise Hymns include Ode To Canned Food (For Harvest Festival), Go Tell the Pope Where To Go Henry VIII, Dreary Durge Be Thy Name and Rich, White, Middle Class and Dull. 5.35 Fame Academy II I like the guy who thinks he’s in the Libertines. Deluded on so many levels... 6.35 Antiques Roadshow Posh twats hawk their tat, get told it’s worth thousands, show no emotion cos they’re so loaded anyway and then go home and put it the attic where it stays until they die. 7.20 Only Fools and Horses 8.40 Fame Academy II 9.00 FILM: Heat De Niro and Al Pacino team up with Val Kilmer0 (?!!) who proves that even sharing the screen with living legends doesn’t inspire him above his usual mediocre standard. 10.00 BBC News 10.15 FILM: Heat 12.00 FILM: A Prayer in the Dark 1.30 The Sky at Night 2.10 Joins BBC News 24
6.00 CBeebies: Fimbles 6.20 Bill and Ben 6.30 CBBC: Arthur 6.55 TazMania 7.15 Looney Tunes 7.30 Smile 10.30 Sunday Grandstand 10.35 Golf: Walker Cup 10.45 World Superbikes 11.50 Golf: Walker Cup 1.15 Burghley Horse Trials 2.25 World Superbikes 3.15 Golf: Walker Cup 5.30 Scrum V 6.30 Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em “Ooh Betty” says Sports Desk, crouching in the corner, giggling manically. 7.00 FILM: Henry VIII and his Six Wives Shagging, killing and generally flipping the bird to his Popeness, Henry sure knew how to party. 9.00 Towering Ambitions Oh christ its the 9th of November memorial TV (I refuse to conform to that 9/11 crap, although I seem to have just done that, damn). Note: Sports Desk made me write this by holding a loaded stapler to head. 10.00 FILM: Eye of the Beholder Directed by the same guy who did Pricilla: Queen of Desert, so it could be good. 11.40 Moto GP 12.40 FILM: The Human Jungle 2.00 BBC Learning Zone: Youth Nation: Open Up Your World 4.00 Languages: Buongiorno Italia 11-12 5.00 Make Your Mark
6.00 GMTV 9.25 Fingertips 9.45 The Big Bang 10.05 Art Attack 10.30 Fingertips 10.50 The Little Bang 11.00 The Apostles 11.30 My Favourite Hymns 12.30 Tongues of Fire 1.00 ITV News; Weather 1.10 Belonging 2.00 HTV News and Weather 2.05 Soccer Sunday 2.35 International Motor Sport 3.00 Hornblower 5.00 Grass Roots 5.30 HTV News 5.45 Jacob's Ladder 6.15 ITV News 6.35 You've Been Framed! 7.00 Coronation Street's Greatest Exits No.112, A “camel toe” is clearly visable as Tracy Shaw leaves the Rovers in a tight skirt. Camel toe...(snigger). 7.30 Coronation Street Sparks fly between Sarah, Todd and Peter as their threeway electic nipple clamps short circuit. 8.00 Heartbeat Is there more to Vernon's new chauffeur than meets the eye? Well he can change the radio station without using his hands. Hmm... 9.00 The Booze Cruise 11.00 ITV Weekend News 11.05 The South Bank Show 12.10 Faultlines 12.55 FILM: The Stars Fell on Henrietta 2.45 Trisha 3.40 World Sport
Film: Heat BBC1 9pm
6.05 The Hoobs 6.30 The Hoobs 6.55 Insektors 7.10 Bagpuss 7.25 Bug Alert! 7.50 Pelswick 8.15 Totally Spies! 8.40 Spider-Man 9.05 Taina 9.35 Smallville: Superman the Early Years 10.30 Cricket 12.45 Y Clwb 1.45 Cricket: Fifth Test: England v South Africa 6.35 Pobol y Cwm 8.30 Portreadau: Meirion MacIntyre Huws Huws 9.00 Dwy Ysgol... Dau Fyd? Documentary comparing a rural, mainly Welsh-speaking junior school and an urban school where the majority of pupils only speak English. Crikey, S4C is all about action-packed viewing tonight. Feel that adrenaline coursing through your veins... 10.05 Newyddion 10.20 The Games 11.55 The Games 1.00 Today at the Test 1.30 World Rally 1.55 FILM: Water Drops on Burning Rocks Drama about the love quadrangle that exists between a middle-aged businessman, his transsexual exlover, a young drifter and his girlfriend. Blimey, you only need a goat and you’ve got one of Sports Desk’s ‘special’ films.
6.00 Russell Grant's Postcards 6.05 WideWorld 6.30 Dappledown Farm 6.55 Tickle, Patch and Friends 7.25 Milkshake! 7.30 Make Way for Noddy 7.45 Make Way for Noddy 8.00 The Book of Pooh 8.30 Rolie Polie Olie 9.00 Babar 9.25 Redwall 9.55 Wishbone 10.30 Michaela's Wild Challenge 11.00 Don't Blame the Koalas 11.30 Braceface 12.00 Revelations 12.35 Flaunt Chart Show 1.05 five news update 1.15 Divine Designs 1.45 FILM: Columbo: The Most Dangerous Match 3.10 FILM: Big Jim McLain 4.55 At Home with the Eubanks 5.25 At Home with the Eubanks 5.55 five news 6.05 FILM: The Addams Family 8.00 Beckham Abroad - A Survival Guide 9.00 FILM: Ransom 11.20 World's Wildest Police Videos 12.20 NFL Kick-off Concert 1.00 Major League Baseball 4.05 Major League Baseball Replay
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