Kathy Tayler visits Finnish Lapland; Eamonn Holmes travels to the Bahamas; and Julia Butt takes a break in Brittany. With Anneka Rice.
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Fifth in a six-part children's drama set in 1900. Furious with his father, Willy has run away.
Written by Gillian Avery , dramatised by Julia Jones
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Live coverage from Anfield of the Uefa Cup quarter-final second leg.
Liverpool v Genoa
Graeme Souness's men have given their best Uefa Cup performances at home. scoring six against Kuusysi Lahti in the first round and coming back from a two-goal deficit to defeat Auxerre. And tonight they'll be hoping for a repeat performance of their four-goal win against Swarovski Tirol. Commentary by Barry Davies and Trevor Brooking. Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Jimmy Hill and Alan Hansen. TV presentation John Shrewsbury Editor Brian Barwick
0 As tonight's football coverage is live, subsequent programmes may run late.
Investigative science series.
Miracle Man. Could there be a miracle cure-all wonder drug? In a kitchen at the back of a trailer in the Arizona desert a Swiss bio-chemist has developed a herbal "cure-all" medicine, using traditional native American plants. He claims his miracle elixir has successfully treated diverse conditions from cancer and chronic fatigue to ulcers and baldness. And he says that he has the patients to prove it.
When documentary film-maker Henry Murray had a lump in his neck diagnosed as being a potentially malignant tumour, he decided to try alternative medicine rather than risk a dangerous six-hour operation. He spent a month in the desert trying the medicine for himself, helping in its manufacture and meeting people who believed they had been cured.
Series editor Simon Campbell-Jones A Goldsmith production for BBCtv
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Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Scotland's first world title fight for 12 years sees flyweight Pat Clinton fight for Mexican Isidro Perez 's WBO crown at Glasgow's Kelvin Hall. Clinton, the former British and European champion, will find the experienced and durable Perez a tough opponent. His record shows only five defeats in 54 fights, 40 of his wins coming inside the distance.
Highlights of one of the FA Cup quarter-final replays and a reprise of and reaction to Liverpool's Uefa Cup quarter-final second leg game against Genoa.
Plus a full round-up of all the latest sporting news and results.
Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Brian Barwick
Another chance to see the singer's concert recorded at
Birmingham's new Symphony Hall during her first major tour last year.
The Sri Lankan-born singer/ songwriter entered the charts in 1991 with a series of hits -
Promise Me, Holding On and Woman to Woman - and appeared with some of music's biggest names in the benefit concert for Kurdish refugees at Wembley last summer.
Once a backing vocalist for soul star Bobby Womack , Craven's successful new solo career has recently won her a 1992 Brit award as Best British
In tonight's programme, she performs tracks from her eponymous platinum-selling debut album.
Director John G Smith
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The ninth of 12 programmes.
John Murray looks at the role of carers in helping people to claim this April's new benefits for disabled people.
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