8.00am - Breakfast with Blackwell
News and topical debate. With guest host Phil Hanby covering
for Blackwell, who forgot to set his alarm clock. (S)
10.00am - Cash in the Attic
Playboy Micky Chinn stumbles across £5.3m in his attic.
How will he choose to spend it?
11.00am - Time Team
Tony Robinson digs a huge trench underneath the York Street
Stand, thus leaving it in breach of Football League regulations, after
being convinced by a Midland-based millionaire that the decrepit stand
conceals a Bronze Age settlement.
12.00pm - Working Lunch
Adrian Chiles investigates the collapse of Enron, which had nothing
to do them them cooking the books and everything to do with their
continual failure to publish the minutes of board meetings in a
1.00pm - SNC Exclusive!
Rob Singleton introduces all the latest Lincolnshire celebrity gossip,
including shocking footage of Ron Coley squirting a SNC camera crew
with a syringe full of BATEMANS (S, W, R)
2.00pm - Grandstand
Duncan Browne hosts live coverage of the Boston Borough Council
sifting through folders 52 thru 58 of Lavaflow's planning application
and deciding on whether it should be approved or not. (Subsequent
programmes may be delayed if extra-time is played)
- FILM: Back to the Futcher III
Academy Award winning Peter Crouch stars as towering ex-Boston centre-back
Ben Futcher, who simply cannot fit into Doc Brown's DeLorean. In
this action packed sequel, Ben tries tying himself to the roof rack.
Starring Paul Ellender as Biff and Colin Woodcock as Mr Strickland.
5.00pm - Neighbours
Boston Town move into their new ground and are greeted
with a friendly burst of machine gun fire from welcoming Wyberton
5.30pm - Who Not To Buy
BBC show returns for another series as two middle-class soccer moms
take metrosexual icon Jim Rodwell shopping on the PFA website (S)
7.00pm - Casualty
Dr Fox acts quickly to save the nose of a Lincoln City footballer
rushed into the unit. Meanwhile, Dr Keef enters a spiral of self-hate
after he is unable to save the life of his patient's play-off hopes.
8.00pm - Cribs
Craig Singleton gets a sneak peak inside Simon Rusk's penthouse
flat, plays polo with sinister Boston chairman Jon Sotnick at his
enormous mansion, and takes a tour of Scott Dalton's park bench.
8.30pm - Life on Pluto
Time travel drama. Pat Malkinson awakes to find himself living in
the 1950s, and, more horribly, he owns a football club (S, W)
9.00pm - Lost
A plane carrying Doncaster Rovers FC crash lands on a remote cabbage
field in South Lincolnshire. The survivors find themselves being
picked off one by one by the mysterious 'Others' led by a mad Scottish
man. Can the Doncaster players blow the hatch to the shaft and hide
from the yapping menace?
10.00pm - Lost
Episode two. Second part of tonight's double bill. The Doncaster
players blow the hatch and find the entire 2002 Rushden squad hiding
in quarantine. Paul, Dave and Nick build a raft and decide to take
their chances in the North Sea.
11.00pm - Big Brother's Little Brother
The latest from the Staffsmart Arena with Gee Evans. It's
eviction night at the ground as several young scholars nervously
await the verdict from Steve, complete with customary boot-up-the-arse
12.45pm - Sky at Night
Patrick Moore speaks with Prof Gordon Spaznozki from Arizona
Stae University, who believes his team of researchers has discovered
a Lee Canoville punt orbiting Neptune. (S, W)
03.00am - CLOSEDOWN
End of BUFC programming, with KMG Liquidators