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Comedy starring Clark Gable
A cynical old editor enrols on a journalism course so he can pursue the teacher after class.
Director George Seaton
SEE FILMS pages 52-57
Dr Hugo Pine:
The series which tries a range of activities. This week: coxing, laser clay pigeon shooting and find out why Steven Hickman is upside down, in a plane.
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Phoebe gets some bad news from Dorothy. And Doug has a surprising turnabout in his business affairs.
Twentieth Century Fox
When this Wildlife on One film was first shown in 1981,itit destroyed many of the myths about urban foxes. They turned out not to be the dirty, mangy vicious animals that most people believe: they don't feed exclusively from dustbins, and they don't kill cats.
But it also showed that there are indeed a lot of foxes in some of our cities - living on waste ground, under back garden sheds or in cellars, even dozing in the sun on your roof. Their activities filmed both by day and night, urban foxes are shown in a completely new light. Presented by David Attenborough. Producer Mike Beynon
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Pauline has to respond to Danny's offer, but Arthur is more concerned with his interview. Richard gains the upper hand in his dirty tricks campaign against Ian. And Clyde learns more about Gidea.
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Last episode of the comedy series by Bob Larbey, starring Dennis Waterman, Sam Kelly, Joan Sims.
When Ruth returns to the family home to discover Maggie, who has returned from her self-imposed exile, cuddling with Tony, she feels there is only one option left - divorce.
More stories of heroism and bravery, reconstructed with the emergency services, actors and the people involved in the original rescue.
Tonight: the story of a 9-year-old boy who spent five hours trapped in a tiny air bubble deep underground, a man whose life was saved by his briefcase after a bizarre train accident, and an extraordinary rescue in Bristol's city docks when a man in a wheelchair plunged into freezing water.
Introduced by Michael Buerk. Series producer Andy Batten-Foster
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SAFETY INFORMATION: Ceefax page 686.
Thriller, based on Frederick Forsyth 's novel, starring Edward Fox 1963: having failed in its attempt to murder General de Gaulle, the hard-line French
Secret Army Organisation decide to hire a top professional killer, code-named the "Jackal".
Director Fred Zinnemann
SEE FILMS pages 52-57
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