Jonathon Morris hosts the film and video quiz which this week includes clips from Splitting Heirs and Sister Act.
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The first of a two-part Canadian drama based on a true story by Tracy Kennedy.
An unpredictable stallion, an unproven rider, an inexperienced trainer and a headstrong owner - not the usual ingredients for success in the equestrian world. But Dark Horse is no ordinary story.
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What's new in science, technology and medicine.
With the opening of the channel tunnel nearly a year away, ferry operators need to stay ahead of their underground opposition. To keep running on time, they are trying out a new system which will pinpoint their position on the darkest nights in the thickest fog. Also. why the Portuguese are punching their almond trees and how studying bees' memories could provide a way to monitor the health of astronauts in space. Producer Michael Mosley Editor Dana Purvis
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Drama series about the joys and pains of fostering, starring Ray Brooks, Sharon Duce
Will the Hollingsworths survive their newest foster child, the demure Felicity?
Episode written by Roger Davenport
Last in the series of documentaries uncovering human stories from the world of science, medicine and technology. Gallop to Freedom. David Attenborough tells the inspiring story of 12 horses, raised in European zoos and chosen to take part in a brave and uncertain return to the wild in central France. Belinda,
Ellen and 1 -year-old Malek are Przewalski's horses, whose ancestors roamed Europe in prehistoric times and were immortalised in the Lascaux cave paintings. Today the species is extinct in the wild and these three animals have grown up in the confines of Marwell Zoo in Hampshire. This beautiful and moving film records their release into the wild, an epic journey of danger and discovery that will change the horses'lives and could affect the future of their species. Producer Isabelle Rosin
Series editor Susan Spindler
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Introduced by Desmond Lynam. European Football. Highlights of the European Cup Winners' Cup final, staged at Wembley Stadium this evening.
Commentary by Barry Davies.
Waddle and Wright. On
Saturday Arsenal and Sheffield Wednesday meet in the FA Cup final at Wembley. It promises to be a highly entertaining encounter following Arsenal's close 2-1 win over the Yorkshire club in the Coca-Cola
Cup final last month.
Two of the teams' major stars, Chris Waddle and Ian Wright , had by their own standards quiet performances in that match, but this Saturday gives them another chance to display their enterprising skills. Tony Gubba and Clive Tyldesley meet the men who are potential match winners.
The Racefor the Title. Barry Davies looks back at the Premier League season which started amid criticism and confusion and finished with one of the most dramatic championship run-ins for many years.
Plus the chance to enter this year's Goal of the Season competition.
Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Brian Barwick
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