A daily menu of culinary creations from some of Britain's brightest chefs. Today: Clive Fretwell from Manoir Aux
Quat' Saisons and John Tovey from Miller Howe. Introduced by Ross King , who also takes a stroll around a wholesale market in search of exotic fruit and veg.
A Kershaw production for BBCtv
Jan Leeming traces the stories that hit the headlines - until the news moved on. This week: what happened to the early satellites like Telstar, the children who survived the Aberfan disaster, peace protestors at Greenham Common and Britain's first Eurovision
Song Contest winners. A Moore production for BBCtv
The series which tries a range of activities. This week:
Debbie Hodgson tries dual hang-gliding in Devon; Catrina Cameron dances in the street and Lyndsay Booth and Jacob Lowe try the Triathlon in Sussex.
There's a chance to have your say about sport in OpinionS, plus, Motiv8's new game,
Capturer Le Cone. With Lee
Fairhurst and Steven Hickman. OPINION8: telephone 0[number removed]INFO LINE: telephone 0[number removed](calls are charged at local rates).
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Cameron meets a mysterious woman. Todd's visit to his father is a shattering experience.
Birds of the Sun God
Nature's helicopters - the hummingbirds - are the stars of this Wildlife on One film, first shown in 1987. The smallest of birds, they perform amazing aerial athletics - they can hover motionless, fly backwards or upside down, and have the fastest wing beats of any bird.
They are, in David Attenborough 's words, "some of the most dazzlingly beautiful of all birds". The film also tells the story of their partnership with plants which has lasted three million years. The plants provide nectar - high-energy fuel for the hummingbirds - and the birds pollinate the flowers. Producer Paul Reddish
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First in the series of Paul A
Mendelson's comedy starring Anton Rodgers Lesley Dunlop
This Could Be the Start of Something Big. Alec comes back from his honeymoon raring to go - but does Zoe feel her husband is going too far?
Director John Kilby
Producer Sharon Bloom
A Cinema Verity production for BBCtv
Last in this series of reconstructed stories of heroism and bravery.
Tonight: a bizarre mid-air collision; how a man spent hours trapped by a huge tree stump; and flying paramedics rescue a fallen climber.
Series producer Andy Batten-Foster
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SAFETY INFORMATION: Ceefax page 686.
r Dramatic reconstruction of real-life scandalous events in colonial Kenya, with a star-studded cast including Charles Dance
Untouched by the realities of the Second World War, the British aristocrats in Happy
Valley lead a life of decadence, drugs and sexual intrigue.
Sir "Jock" Delves Broughton enters this highly charged atmosphere of alcohol and adultery with his beautiful young wife Diana and the stage is set for tragedy. Within days of her arrival, Diana meets Josslyn Hay and falls passionately in love, but her affair is destined to rock society and lead to murder.
Director Michael Radford (1988)
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Josslyn Hay, Earl ofErroll:
Sir Jock Delves Broughton:
Gwladys, Lady Delamer:
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