are joined by Donna McPhail and AN. Other for more Deayton-supervised jibes. I Beavls And Butthead (Channel 4) il.20pm—l 1.55pm. Is it cool or does it suck?
I Standing Room Only (BBCZ)
ll.iS-l 1.45pm. An end-of-season special from the football fanzine show. handing out their annual awards. the Plastic Parrots. and looking back at some of soccer's funnier moments.
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I The Coca-Cola Kid (Channel 4) ll.55pm—l.45am. A sardonic look at global corporate ethics from Dusan Makavejev. Eric Roberts plays a Coca- Cola executive sent to Australia to boost sales. To his amazement he discovers a place where Coke has failed to penetrate.
I Fine out: Imperiect Journey (BBC2)
8—9.30pm. Ryszard Kapuscinski and Haile
Gerima's film looks at the changing continent of Africa, and the new age of pluralism that is replacing the old post- colonial one-party states.
I Fair Game (BBCl) 9.lO—ll.05pm. A new feature—length drama set during the heady days of 1970 when Brazil were thrilling the world in Mexico. and Wilson was heading for surprise defeat in Britain. Massimo Bellinzoni plays wealthy Italian Marco. joining in a Pennines holiday with staid British couple Lena Heady and Julian Kerridge. See World Cup preview. I The Harder They Come (Channel 4) lO.30pm—12.25am. Jimmy Cliff is the country boy in the city (Kingston) experiencing plenty of grief in the corrupt reggae industry. It‘s a powerful and richly- textured slice ofJamaican life with a pulsating soundtrack.
I Scottish Passport (Scottish) 6.30—7pm. Bryan Burnett and Katie Wood offer more tips on trips home and abroad.
I Cadtael (Scottish) 8.30—l0pm. Derek Jacobi plays medieval sleuth Brother Cadfael who has trouble finding time to tend his herb garden what with all these murders going on.
I Days 0! Heaven (Channel 4) 9—10.45pm. Terence Malick‘s brooding black and white fable stars Richard Gere and Brooke Adams as a couple trying to make a living out of the land in Texas during the First World War. It’s a strange mix of love story and social history.
I love On a Branch Line (BBCl) 9.30-10.20pm. A new feelgood drama for Sunday nights. Michael Moloney stars as shy civil servant Jasper Pye. sent to investigate a research unit in a blissful Norfolk village. See preview.
I Don't Look oown (Scottish)
I l. lSpm—midnight. Janice Forsyth presents a topical look at the Scottish arts
- scene. with discussion and performances.
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I Babylon 5 (Channel 4) 6—7pm. The science-fiction series from the States tha' boasLs scriptwriters from Star Trek. state- of-the-art effects and aliens with amusing hairstyles.
I Only An Excuse? (BBC 1) 8.30—9pm. A World Cup special edition of the Comedy Unit's soccer spoof. although many of the targets have a familiar Caledonian tinge about them. See World Cup feature.
I Scottish Women (Scottish)
10.50—1 1.50pm. Kaye. Adams hosts another dose ofdistaff debate.
I An Evening With Gary Lineker (Scottish) 8.304—9pm. Arthur Smith and Chris England's Edinburgh Fringe and West End hit reaches TV in a version filmed on location in Ibiza. Martin Clunes. Clive Owen. Paul Merton. Caroline Quentin and Gary Lineker himself star in a tragi-comic tale of love. lust and the 4-4-2 system set on the fateful night of4 July 4 I990. World Cup semi- final time. See World Cup feature.
I Once Upon A Time In The North
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(BBCI) 8.30—9pm. Bernard Hill stars as weekend socialist Len in Tim Firth‘s slightly condescending sitcom about flat cap sorts.
I Faith, Hope. . . Calamity (Scottish) 7—7.30pm. More evocative memories of Scottish soccer disasters (interspersed with the occasional glorious triumph. in adversity). See World Cup feature.
I A Touch 01 Frost (Scottish) 8— 10pm. Repeated detective shenanigans with David Jason as the middle-aged sleuth. I Frasier (Channel 4) l()— 10.30pm. The Cheers spin-off continues. with neurotic psychiatrist Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer) still trying to get a grip.
I Naked City (Channel 4)
ll.()5—l 1.55pm. live music and assorted daft items hosted by Caitlin Moran and Johnny Vaughan.
I The Cook Report Update (Scottish) 8.30—9pm. Foot-in-the-door reportage with the impressively-girthed sanctimonious one. revisiting some previous investigations.
I Moving Story (Scottish) ‘)~l()pm. Warren Clarke leads the cast as not-so- smart Bamber in Jack Rosenthal's comic tale of removal. sorry. furniture men.
I Houghnecks (BBCI ) 9.3o~ 10.45pm. The first part of a new drama series. set mostly on a North Sea oil rig. Ricky Tomlinson stars as Cinders. no-nonsense cook and leader of a batch ofcontrasting characters who are introduced in a feature-length opening episode. See preview.
I Bagdad Cate (Scottish)
l().35-l 1.05pm. Scant laughs amid the burgers and the dust in this US comedy set in a desert diner. with Whoopi Goldberg cracking the smug one—liners as well as the eggs. '
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