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After 25 years Holiday cuts down on its own vacation by returning for an extended series now, rather than in the new year. With the new brochures now published a year ahead, those getaway decisions are being made ever earlier.
The show's quarter-century will be celebrated in January when the original presenter Cliff Michelmore meets up with Jill Dando in Torremolinos, the very first resort featured in 1969. Also to come in the new series, guest reporters
Linda Robson and Pauline Quirke take to the road in America, and John Cole visits Spain and Austria.
Jill Dando, who introduces the first programme from the Seychelles, is joined this week by Eamonn Holmes , who travels to Minorca with a family on their first holiday abroad,
Kathy Tayier and her family on a trip to Dartmoor and Paul Gogarty on late availability holidays, and Sue Cook welcomes Sankha Guha
, a seasoned traveller on behalf of the Rough Guides. Producer Simon Shaw
Editor Jane Lush
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More stories in this new series following life in the Sheffield Children's Hospital.
Tonight a minor operation, but a major event for 6-year-old Abigail [text removed], who has her ears pinned back. Meanwhile, a teenage boy is rushed unconscious to the hospital after an accident at school.
Captains Ian Botham and Bill Beaumont are joined by Tranmere Rovers footballer
John Aldridge , athletics star Colin Jackson , windsurfer Penny Way and cricketer
Angus Fraser to compete for sporting honour.
David Coleman referees.
Executive producer Mike Adley
The powerful drama series starring Neil Pearson Connell's friend Kate is implicated in a sexual misconduct case. Meanwhile Clark's search for a missing royal tape brings him into closer contact with Angela Berridge.
Episode written by Rob Heyland
Producer Peter Noms ; Director Peter Smith
Chief Supt Graves:
Chief Constable Harmsworth:
ACC Jan Lewis:
The Portrait Now
After a major refurbishment, the National Portrait
Gallery In London is back in business this week as the Queen opens the new late-20th-century galleries and two major exhibitions of modern portraiture In the four months before the reopening, Omnibus filmed the private life of the gallery as it reassessed its role as a record of public and private faces.
The film looks at the gallery's traditions, discovers how portraits are commissioned, chosen, rejected and even improved upon, and invites visitors to give their opinions of the works on display.
Among those in the new exhibitions is John Mortimer , who sat for artist Tai-Shan
Schierenberg. "I don't like looking at myself at all, " says Mortimer. " shave in the dark without a mirror.... But I'm very proud of this portrait. It looks like how I feel."
Producer Patricia Wheatley Series editor Nigel Williams
Film noir starring Dick Powell
Raymond Chandler 's famous creation, private eye Philip Marlowe , faces one of his toughest cases when hired by a suspicious ex-convict to find his former girlfriend.
Director Edward Dmytryk (1945)
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