Australian drama series.
Hopscotch. A penniless wife is expecting a third baby when her husband runs away. The town's sympathy is aroused for the woman, but should it be?
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When Adam and Gemma decide to spend an evening together, they get more than they bargain for. Dorothy and Madge get a puncture on the way to the big table tennis tournament. Paul finds himself becoming jealous of Jim's do-it-yourself skills.
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The series in which well-known people reveal how they coped with losing their health.
Gary Mabbutt , captain of Tottenham Hotspur football team, was just 17 when he discovered he had diabetes, a potentially life-threatening condition that needs controlling with daily medication and an extremely strict dietary plan. Specialists advised the young Mabbutt to forget his dream of becoming a professional footballer - he had just signed for Bristol Rovers. Tonight, he tells Lynn Redgrave why he ignored their advice and resolved to be the first diabetic footballer to play for England. Director Stuart McDonald
Series editor Michael Latham
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Diabetic Association. 10 Queen Anne Street. London. W 1 M OBD.
Light-hearted drama series about a roguish antiques dealer, starring Ian McShane
Sugar and Spice. Lovejoy is astonished when a teenage girl brings him a collection of erotic drawings to sell. While trying to discover where she got them, he uncovers a blackmail plot.
Episode written by Steve Coombes and Dave Robinson
Producer Richard Everitt
Director Baz Taylor
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Anne Robinson presents a selection of viewers' opinions on BBCtv programmes. Producer Bernard Newnham ● STEREO
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Centre. London, W 1 2 7RJ; or you can telephone on 081 -[number removed]● RADIO TIMES LETTERS: page 108
A documentary series taking a comprehensive look at one of the world's most powerful and mysterious organisations.
Phoenix Rising. Tonight, an examination of the most controversial intelligence operation of the Vietnam War - the Phoenix programme. Created by the CIA, it was designed to eliminate the communist command and control structure in South
Vietnam. But was it targeted assassination or legitimate counter-insurgency warfare? The film returns CIA officers involved with Phoenix to
Vietnam to hear the story from the communist side, and to examine the claim by one case officer that Phoenix was "one of the most dishonourable chapters in US history". Executive producer George Carey Series producer Peter Molloy
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Highlights of the Nice Grand Prix, the last major international athletics meeting before the Olympic Games begin in ten days' time. Roger Black and Kriss Akabusi lead the list of British entries.
Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson.
Mel Brooks 's irreverent and tasteless western spoof extravaganza, starring Gene Wilder
While Sheriff Bart fights prejudice and corruption in the little town of Rock Ridge, others are amazed to discover the unbridled power of the western baked bean.
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