Fast Forward to the Future; Predictions ITV, 9.00pm

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Fast Forward to the Future; Predictions ITV, 9.00pm


CAN anyone predict the future? Kirsty Young and Phillip Schofield host a one hour special where the powers of a team of top psychics are put to the test.

At the beginning of 1999, the Predictions team set a challenge to five of Britain's best known psychics and astrologers: If you're so good at predicting the future, take on the experts in the field of sport, politics and showbusiness and beat them at predicting the major events for 1999.

In the quest to see which group makes the best forecasters, a battle between the psychics and experts takes place over three rounds in the areas of sport, politics, world affairs and showbusiness.

Amongst the amazing predictions made in the sporting arena were clairvoyant Claire Petulengro correctly forecasting the fates of the British tennis stars Greg Rusedski and Tim Henman at Wimbledon 1999: Greg will go out with an injury and Tim will make itto the semi finals, despite admitting to knowing nothing about sport.

Astrologer Komilla Sutton made a fascinating prediction on the Kosovo War.

She said there would be no land war and that June 3 would be a key date. This was the actual date that the war ended.

Predictions also features a number of amazing live stunts and stage acts.

They found six couples who had just met and were head-over-heels in love, and convinced their love affairs will last well beyond the millennium.

But will they?

Predictions invited them to an interview with a team of relationship experts: Marjorie Orr, top relationship astrologer, clairvoyant Claire Petulengro and Dr Glen Wilson, psychologist and inventor of the "compatibility indicator test."

Will the astrologer prove a better judge than the trained counsellor?

Find out when the various couples rejoin Kirsty and Phillip live in the studio. Surely they won't all live happily ever after?

Night Fever Country Special

Ch5, 6.55pm

NEVER ones to ignore a trend, Suggs, Sarah Cawood and Will Mellor finally bow to the craze that has been sweeping Britain for some time now.

Yup, welcome to the OK Karaoke Corale, where the hillbilly boys take on the rootin' tootin' girls in a Country and Line dancing Night Fever special.

The audience is made up of 400 die-hard country fans from line-dancing clubs nation-wide, while Heartbeat's Tricia Penrose turns dixie chick as girls' captain tonight, and striding into town as captain of the cowboys is the one and only Junior Simpson. …

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