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Weather, regional and traffic:
Business: 7.12, 7.40, 8.12, 8.40 Sport: 7.23,7.50,8.23,8.50 Editor Bob Wheaton
Starring Phil Silvers Jim Dale
Bertram Oliphant West joins the French Foreign Legion.
With Peter Butterworth ,
Charles Hawtrey , Kenneth Williams , Anita Harris , Joan Sims ,
Bernard Bresslaw , Angela Douglas , John Bluthal and Peter Gilmore.
Director Gerald Thomas
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With Peter Sissons and Moira Stuart.
Weather Peter Cockroft
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Joy returns from England, but Trish is surprised to find she's all alone - or so she thinks.
Episode written by Lilie Ferrari
Series producer Corinne Hollingworth Directors Philip Casson and Chris Johnston
A Cinema Verity/J D y T production for BBCtv
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Lifesize. Animals the size of jumbo jets, insects as big as your fist - they all live in worlds very different from our own.
David Attenborough discovers that if you change size, you enter a whole new dimension.
Producer Melinda Barker
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Phillip Schofield presents highlights from the 20 highest-audience Christmas programmes of all time. Among the shows featured are Carry On Christmas and Coronation Street.
Morecambe and Wise sing There Is Nothing Like a Damewith a chorusline of newsreaders and presenters, Stanley Baxter delivers the Queen's Speech, and Den gives Angie an unwanted present on EastEnders. Producer Bill Wilson
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First showing on network television for this tense thriller starring Sam Neill, Nicole Kidman
It was supposed to be a simple cruise in the Pacific, a chance for John and Rae to escape and recover after the tragic death of their young son. It was going to be peaceful and calm.... but then the rescue of a stranger turns their yacht into a floating house of horror from which there is no escape.
Director Phillip Noyce
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What sort of a year has it been in the cinema? Husbands and Wives brought Woody Allen notoriety and a return to top form as a film-maker.
Clint Eastwood proved the western is still alive and kicking in Unforgiven. And the Walt
Disney studio delighted young and old alike with Beauty and the Beast. Cape Fearshocked, Strictly Ballroom delighted, with its frenzied blend of dance, drama and romance and A
League of Their Own scored a round of laughs. Will these, or JFK, make it into the final selection - and what of Howards End, The Last of the Mohicans, 1492 and Chaplin? Barry Norman chooses his
1992 favourites, and looks at the facts, figures and new developments of the year. Also, a report from America on the film scene there.
Director Michael Samuels Producer Bruce Thompson STEREO
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First showing on network television for this parody of American television, movies and music videos, starring
Weird Al Yankovic
When his uncle wins local TV station Channel 62 in a poker game, it falls to inexperienced George Newman to run it.
Blessed with a vivid imagination and off-the-wall ideas, he makes a surprise success of it - and attracts the unwelcome attention of an evil rival.
Director Jay Levey
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