TV Misguidance

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Concept:
Graham Sadler

Contributors:
Kevan Davis
Graham Sadler

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21st November 2001
09.00
GB
[FILM] Pretty Commando All-action adventure spiced with humour in which a retired Special Forces colonel returns to action when a ruthless South American dictator finds himself lost in downtown Hollywood, he turns to streetwise hooker Vivian to help him back to upmarket Beverly Hills.
16.00
GB
Mutant Family Fortunes A deadly virus spreads throughout the city, causing infected families to play against each other in the big money gameshow hosted by Les Dennis.
17.00
GB
Candid Fall Guy Unsuspecting people are caught out in improbable situations set up by a stuntman turned bounty hunter. Starring: Lee Majors, Douglas Barr, Heather Thomas, Scott Baio
17.00
GB
Holly Shock Anna puts Max in a series exploring significant eras of British architecture.
19.00
GB
Wheel Of Flats Paul Hendy hosts the game show in which contestants must help a couple who have sold their tenement flat in Edinburgh and are seeking country living in Fife and a property for 70,000 pounds.
20.00
GB
[FILM] Ernest, Plunkett and Macleane Loveable but dimwitted Ernest finds himself on the wrong side of the law when serving time in prison, he and his bunkmates decide to pool their talents and embark on a crime spree. Starring: Robert Carlyle, Jonny Lee Miller
21.30
GS
Pop Force A look at how art lessons in a Devon primary school have been transformed by Abba, Nirvana, Deacon Blue, Diana Ross, Ocean Colour Scene and The Beautiful South.
22.00
GS
Big Home Documentary capturing a summer in the lives of three large families and talking to three women who just love creating a series of curved walls and raised beds.
23.00
GB
Shipwrecked House Of Rock Series in which a group of young people attempt to throw a 'Star Wars' themed party and flush out the mysterious author of some threatening letters sent to Biggie Smalls. With special guests Tupac Shakur, Sid Vicious, Roy Orbison, Keith Moon and Michael Hutchence
1:00 Work Essentials : Cliffs 2:00 Pages from Ceefax 3:00 Local News 4:00 Learning Zone : A-Level Bombs Revision (S) 5:00 Local News 5:35 Pornography 5:40 Pages from Ceefax (S) (T) 6:00 Nightscreen

20th November 2001
18.00
KD
Kitchen Trek Nick Hancock is joined by spoon-drones. Kate Mulgrew and Jeri Ryan star.
19.00
GS
Great Faking A ballet dancer has four weeks to break the pain barrier and be transformed into the artistic traditions of northern Europe.
22.35
GS
Lucille Ball: Queen Of Weather A revealing portrait of the woman who captivated America with her comedy weather pattern.
23.20
GS
It's A War Zone Thing This week, the girls pick their way through Saddam Hussein's occupation of Kuwait.

19th November 2001
20.30
GS
Shafted Friends Robert Kilroy Silk hosts the big-money elimination quiz with violent mood swings.
21.00
GS
University Dead Newcastle take on Salford for a place in the evolution of mankind.
23.20
GS
Ready Steady War Peter Taylor examines the rise of Islamic fundamentalist organisation Hezbollah, asking why the U.S. government has failed to to turn up in most curry dishes along with the tangiest spices.
0:30 Pages from Ceefax (S) 1:00 Ivor the Engine 2:00 Learning Zone : AS-Level Beds Revision 2:15 Pages from Ceefax (S) 3:00 Learning Zone : AS-Level Poetry Revision 4:00 Local News (T) 5:00 Learning Zone : A-Level Handbags Theory (S)

18th November 2001
17.05
GS
Stargate Extinct The team encounter an entire world suffering from amnesia whose leader returns to earth with the great auk, a flightless bird which died out in the mid-19th Century.
18.00
GS
Scrapheap Exclusive The Cat-alysts and the Mulewrights battle it out for the trophy by building a hydrofoil out of soap star-turned-singer Dannii Minogue.
19.30
GS
Affairs Street Joan is distraught to discover Diane's African chieftain, and Vernon spots a gap in the Duckworth's door.
0:50 The Clangers (R) (S) 1:00 Learning Zone : A-Level Segway Revision (T) 2:00 Local News (S) 2:40 Pages from Ceefax (T) 3:00 Sport : Underwater Beggar Football 3:30 Sport : Dinosaur Lifting Highlights 4:00 Open University : Advanced Sofas

17th November 2001
17.50
GS
[FILM] Madness Express A businessman throws caution to the wind after meeting a beautiful wagon train travelling across the Arizona desert.
20.10
GS
Who Wants To Be A Storm? Chris Tarrant hosts the ultimate devastation caused by tornadoes and extreme gales.
21.00
GS
Blue Peter Force Series exploring the havoc wreaked by Britain's longest-running children's television show.
1:00 Open University : Intermediate Money 2:00 Sport : World-Cup Tyre Shooting (R) 2:55 Pobol y Cwm 3:00 Pages from Ceefax 3:10 Pages from Ceefax (T) 4:00 Ivor the Engine (T) 4:10 Nightscreen (S) 4:30 Work Essentials : Air (T)

16th November 2001
14.00
KD
Food Cricket Veteran funnyman Norman Wisdom takes the Indian legend out of the game with some strong mushrooms.
16.15
KD
Art Alien Attack Miles shows how to turn an old crisp bag into a desk tidy using the crossfire of an interplanetary conflict. Sci-fi thriller, goes wrong.
19.30
GS
Top of the Monsters Studio performances, videos, interviews and enormous descendants of prehistoric bears.
20.00
KD
Fugitive Children in Need A round-up of national and international news, office rage and how Oxford police are cracking down on underprivileged children. Guests include chart-topping case of hiccups.
22.00
GS
In Search of Horrors Russian biologist Igor Revenko presents evidence supporting the continued existence in Siberia of Steps, Hear'Say, Claire Sweeney, Ricky Tomlinson, Geri Halliwell and Cliff Richard.
1:00 Nightscreen (T) 1:40 Local News (S) (T) 2:00 Open University : Advanced Birds (R) (S) (T) 2:05 Open University : Carpentry (T) 3:00 Work Essentials : Jumpers (S) (T) 4:00 Open University : Cars (T) 4:40 Weather

15th November 2001
16.15
KD
Countdown Werewolves Richard Whiteley and Carol Vorderman reach for the silver bullets and the crucifix as this devilish talker throws Nick and Amanda together again.
19.30
GS
Trauma Team Trash A boy with a suspected spinal injury is brought in by a stripping newsreader and weather girl.
21.00
GS
This Is Your Body Michael Aspel pays tribute to the missing bodies of murder victims.
0:10 Close 0:35 Local Weather (S) (T) 1:00 News 1:20 Sport : Hexagon Tossing Live from Croydon (S) (T) 1:30 Work Essentials : Chainsaws (R) (T) 2:00 Local News 3:00 Work Essentials : Politics (T) 4:00 Pages from Ceefax (T)

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