The first television agony column to allow members ot the public to become agony aunts for the day. Today, three generations of the Donbavand family from Leeds joins Suzie Hayman , agony columnist for Woman's Own, to talk about how they have coped with changing values when solving family problems. And footballer Justin Fashanu shares his own experiences of family rifts. Presenter Shyama Perera.
Ross King and Anna Walker continue their tour of UK towns and cities, meeting local
'characters' and searching out unusual outdoor activities and places of interest. Today they visit Bristol.
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Classic drama based on Dickens' novel, and starring Dirk Bogarde
As unrest in France builds towards bloody revolution, Sydney Carton becomes involved with a young woman and a French aristocrat in a deadly chain of events.
Director Ralph Thomas
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Marquis St Evremonde:
Documentary series in which children tell their real-life stories.
Asylum. A poignant film following three refugees who fled conflicts in Somalia,
Vietnam and Bosnia, and came to Britain in search of safety.
With Peter Sissons and Anna Ford.
Weather Michael Fish
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David Attenborough 's 12 favourite Wildlife on One programmes, which he has chosen from more than editions shown over the past 16 years of the series.
Inflight Movie. This film from 1987 takes viewers flying with the birds. It soars with the buzzards, flies through clouds with geese, and hedge hops with starlings. From this startling vantage point, it reveals just how a bird's design is shaped to the life it leads - in flight. And there are some surprising revelations - ducks and geese turn out to be among the fastest birds with swifts and swallows among the slowest; and slow-motion footage shows how starlings save energy in flight by breaking their wing beats with short periods of gliding. The filming techniques used led to the innovative and successful
Supersenseand Lifesenseseries. Narrated by David Attenborough. Producer John Downer
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Preparations continue for a rave in Albert Square but problems along the way mean even Nigel is roped in to help. An alternative gig in the Vic ignites an old flame for Pauline while Arthur confides his work worries to Christine.
Carla Lane 's newest family comedy series, starring Michael Angelis Sue Johnston
Although Terese has told
Harold she is leaving him, he still cannot forget the vision of the woman he saw in the street and again at the cemetery.
Then she arrives in his office.
Director/Producer Mike Stephens
In the last in the series, Bill Beaumont is joined by Ally McCoist , Rangers and Scotland striker, and Neil Fairbrother ,
Lancashire captain and England batsman. Ian Botham is teamed with Stuart Barnes , rugby star of Bath and England, and Tom McKean , Scotland's World Indoor 800m champion.
Presented by David Coleman. Executive producer Mike Adley
Extraordinary stories of heroism and bravery reconstructed by the emergency services, actors and those people involved in the rescues themselves.
Featured tonight are a father and son who nearly drown when their car lands upside down in a river, a helicopter that goes out of control leaving a mountain rescuer dangling helplessly on the end of a winch, and a young man in Edinburgh who is buried alive after a gas explosion. Plus a report from the frontline - this week, with the Belfast
Ambulance Service - as well as a chance to go on a free life-saving course in Cardiff, and first aid tips. With Michael Buerk and Juliet Morris. Executive producer Peter Salmon
Series producer Andy Batten-Foster
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Bafta award-winning British comedy from writer Willy Russell starring Michael Caine, Julie Walters.
Rita wants to be "educated"; all OU lecturer Frank wants is a quiet life and a bottle of Scotch.
Director Lewis Gilbert
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