In the last programme of the series, Hudson and Halls make up with the help of good food and Claire Rayner. With Dr Stefan Buczacki , Sally Ann
Voak, Janice King. Presented by Nerys Hughes.
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A behind-the-scenes look at the production of Batman Returns, featuring Michael Keaton ,
Danny DeVito , Michelle Pfeiffer and director Tim Burton.
(Michelle Pfeiffer appears in Sweet Liberty. Tuesday 9.30pm) * STEREO
Starring Mel Gibson
Tim is 24, a labourer and mentally retarded. Mary is 20 years his senior, a business woman and rather reserved. Though drawn to each other, their developing relationship faces many hurdles in this moving story by Colleen McCullough , author of The Thorn Birds.
Director/Producer Michael Pate ● FILMS: pages 39-45
Seagull Story. A bird's-eye view of the beaches and marinas of southern Britain and the concrete jungles of the Portuguese coast, as a young gull migrates to Morocco. (Postponed from 5 July)
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
The final round in this year's search for the best of the country's amateur chefs. The three competitors are a farmer from York, a teacher from Cheshire and an American living in a Scottish castle. Gastronome Sir Clement
Freud, and chef and co-owner of Langan's Brasserie, Richard Shepherd , join Loyd Grossman to decide who will win the title
Masterchef of Great Britain 1992.
Director/Producer Richard Bryan
Executive producer Bradley Adams
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In Quires and Places
Alan Titchmarsh continues his musical pilgrimage to meet those who are "in tune with heaven" through song.
Accompanied by the vocal group Angel Voices, he explores the hallowed world of the great British cathedrals.
This week, Alan's journey takes him to Wells and York, where he is joined by Joanna Trollope , author of The Choir and descendant of Victorian novelist Anthony Trollope. Director/Producer Bryan Izzard
A Knaves Acre production for BBCtv
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Final episode of the drama series set in a Scottish village in the 1950s, starring IanCarmichael
Day of judgement. Fate takes a hand in deciding Alec and Jenny's future. The past catches up with Umberto.
Episode written by Bill Craig Producer Aileen Forsyth Director David Blair
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Sir James Menzies:
Macrae of Balbuie:
Concluding the mini-series about passion and conflict on a remote Pacific island in the 1920s.
Kate's father arrives on Gannet Island determined to take her home. For a while it looks as if he will succeed, but a near disaster changes her mind.
Just as she seems to be finally accepted by the islanders, a moment of passion throws her future and that of the island into turmoil.
Director Rod Hardy
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Dr Kate Munro:
Another chance to see an episode from Dick Clement and Ian Le Frenais 's classic comedy starring Ronnie Barker No Peace for the Wicked
Fletcher shuns vocational training in favour of putting his feet up in the quiet of his cell.
Producer Sydney Lotterby
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The documentary series that examines contemporary moral and religious issues.
A Time to Live, a Time to Die When parents are told their child has a fatal illness they face a terrible dilemma - whether to do all they can to prolong life, or to call a halt to painful, intrusive and possibly harmful treatment. Who should make this decision: the parents, the doctors, or the child?
Presented by Joan Bakewell. Producer Mike Mitchell
Series producer Michael Waterhouse A Roger Bolton production for BBCtv
Comets a Second View
The Giotto spacecraft encountered Halley's Comet in 1986 and escaped. The same craft recently made close-range studies of the comet Grigg-Skellerup. Patrick Moore and Drjohn Mason are joined by Professor Susan McKenna-Lawlor to discuss the problems of comets. Producer Pieter Morpurgo
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