Analysis of the main stories.
Today: a visit to the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway.
On day two of the Conference John Smith , Leader of the Labour Party, makes his keynote speech.
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Quiz with Henry Kelly , Stereo
Comedy starring Dudley Moore
When playwright Jason Carmichael strikes up a partnership with fellow writer Phoebe Craddock , they have some success and some failures. But romantically, it's a failure.
Director Arthur Hiller (1983)
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Allison St James:
With Toby Anstis.
The crew of the starship
I Dispensable face the ultimate nightmare of Second Officer
Two as their new captain.
The Tracy Brothers explore Britain's music scene. This week: South Wales, with a look at the U2 Zooropa Tour.
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Mary is still a mystery - where has she come from?
This week's episodes written by Diane WhiUey
Doug panics when Jill threatens to tell Pam of their affair. Philip is devasted by Julie's ultimatum.
With Peter Sissons and Anna Ford. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish.
Last episode in the series.
Helen's twins are due and she is determined that Laura should drive her to hospital.
Written by Richard Fegen and Andrew Norriss
Producer Mike Stephens
Arthur's attempts to console Christine get him into trouble, Sanjay's hopes of a windfall are dashed and Nigel has some visitors from the past. Episode written by Barrie Shore (For cast see Thursday)
Series following the life of a Newlyn fisherman. Skipper Roger Nowell tows his brother's damaged ship into port, revelling in the situation: "I just love having brother on the end of a piece of rope and he hates it!" The tow rope breaks and his brother is left drifting towards the rocks.
Executive producerSteve Hewlett Series producer Jeremy Mills
The high-seas adventures of skipper Roger Nowell
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Bill and Rona'sfirstjobis disrupted by Mother Nature.
Written by Andrew Marshall
Director/Producer Richard Boden
By the Conservative Party.
With Martyn Lewis. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
Crimewatch reconstructs a major police investigation. Presented by Sue Cook. Double Identity. A supermarket manager is forced to rob his own store while his family is held hostage. Police took a calculated risk when a man they arrested gave information about the gang.
Later, they discovered that all was not what it seemed.
Producer Linda Cleeve
Executive producer Anne Morrison
BBC 1's long-running arts series returns for a new 26-week run with a film about the award-winning Chinese author JungChang. Her personal account of three generations caught in the upheaval of 20th-century
Chinese history has become one of the best-selling non-fiction books of recent years. Chang's grandmother, born in Imperial China in 1909, was sold as a concubine to a Manchurian warlord. The author's mother joined her idealistic young husband on the Long March only to be locked up in later years for "bourgeois crimes".
JungChang herself grew up
In the Cultural Revolution but left China in 1978 and came to Britain on a scholarship; she has remained here ever since. Mischa Scorer's film uses archive footage, interviews with JungChang and her mother De Hong and readings from Wild Swans to tell this extraordinary story. Series editor Nigel Williams
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This vintage comedy opens an new season of Movie Classics.
It stars Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe
Chicago 1929: when two musicians witness the St Valentine's Day massacre, they nearly become victims. Their only escape is a jazz band heading for Florida. But it's an all-girl orchestra.
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