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Philippa Forrester , Esther McVey.
The story of a doll's house.
7.30am Timeless Tales
Puss in Boots. Carlisle, a miller's son, becomes the owner of a very special cat.
8.00am News and Regional News; Weather
Golden Spinning Wheel The king's headstrong daughter is more interested in her golden spinning wheel than in her admirers.
Classic canine adventure.
Ranger Corey Stuart 's district is honoured by the White House.
9.00am News and Regional News; Weather
Defenders of the Earth
9.25am Why Don't You...?
... play the chocolate game and learn how to waterski.
9.50am Touche Turtle
10.05am Playdays The Why Bird Stop. • STEREO
Animated penguin fun.
International canoeists compete in the first men's heat of the Norwich
Union Trophy. Commentary by Michael Collie and John Gosling. A White Rabbit production for BBCtv
Oliver Tobias , Emma Samms A dashing prince and an orphaned boy become pawns in the evil schemes of the Caliph, Alquazar.
Director Kevin Connor
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Wazir Al Wuzara:
Daad El Shur:
12.55pm Regional News; Weather
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For the World of Golf trophy. In this special invitation match, Nick Faldo takes on a team of famous British sportsmen - Ian Botham , Nigel Mansell and Daley Thompson.
A TWI production for BBCtv
(Conclusion: tomorrow at 1.30pm)
Starring Peter Falk
Murder under Glass. The crumpled detective enters the world of haute cuisine to track down a murdering gourmet. • TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
With Andi Peters.
Final part of this enchanting children's serial.
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Peter, Susan and Lucy have met Asian, but Edmund is still the prisoner of the White Witch.
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Including Yvette Fielding painting a jumbo jet, John Leslie running the London Marathon and Diane-Louise Jordan climbing a frozen waterfall.
Dorothy makes a rather serious accusation against Adam and Madge finally gives Matt his marching orders.
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Chris Lowe with all the latest national and international news from correspondents at home and abroad.
Weather John Kettley
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Terry Wogan takes a retrospective look at some of the very special guests who appeared on his show in 1991, including actors Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone and Bruce Willis talking about the launch of their exclusive New York restaurant Planet Hollywood; Priscilla Presley and Leslie Nielsen talking about their film Naked Gun 2112: the Smell of Fear; Sally Field and Kevin Kline on their new film Soapdish; and tennis stars John McEnroe and Pat Cash on Wimbledon prospects and on their relationships with the press.
First showing on network television for this mythic adventure from the creator of Star Wars.
Joanne Whalley Warwick Davis
Ina world of warriors and witches, fearsome beasts and fantastic beauties, young and peaceable farmer
Willow Ufgood seems an unlikely hero. But he is destined to undertake a perilous journey to protect a baby princess and help conquer the evil Queen Bavmorda.
Splash and Cocoon director Ron Howard , who also starred in the cult American television series
Happy Days, joins producer
George Lucas to bring this epic fantasy to life. Heading the cast are Val Kilmer , who starred in The Doors, and Joanne Whalley (nowjoanne Whalley-Kilmer), who is currently starring in Shattered and recently appeared with her husband Val in the film
Kill Me Again.
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Chris Lowe with the national and international news.
Weather John Kettley
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A comedy by David Renwick. Starring Richard Wilson Annette Crosbie The man in the long black coat. "I'm no spring chicken it's true, I have to pop my teeth in to chew ..." Ex-Python Eric Idle wrote and sings the signature tune and now puts in a guest appearance as the man from the council's Health and Safety Department who has one foot in something else when he goes to inspect Victor's allotment manure.
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The year of 1991 began with the world waiting for Operation Desert Storm and ended with Yugoslavia in tatters. In the months in between, hardliners in the Soviet Union tried to overthrow Gorbachev, and Boris Yeltsin emerged as an unlikely saviour. At home the Birmingham Six and the Tottenham Three were released after police evidence was discredited, and new Prime Minister John Major had to wrestle with the NHS, Europe - and Mrs Thatcher. It was also the year of a Japanese cultural invasion and Pavarotti in Hyde Park. A retrospective look at the main events of 1991, as reported by the BBC's news and current affairs team.
Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby. Producers Rosalind Erskine and Elaine Thomas
Detective thriller starring
Frank Sinatra appears in his famous role of tough private eye Tony Rome. Diving for treasure off the Florida coast he comes across the naked body of a blonde woman whose feet have been encased in cement.
Before long the detective has a new client - a massive thug called Gronsky, who suspects that the corpse might be that of his missing girlfriend.
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