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I Drama.A precocious young ballerina travels from the Midwest to New York seeking stardom. There she ends up in the chorus of a Broadway musical and is forced to choose between romance and a career as a performer.
Director Harry Winer (1985) Subtitled
FILM REVIEWS pages 55-66
This week the show comes from Britain's most popular tourist attraction - London.
Jill Dando explores the capital city while actress Margi Clarke checks out the Caribbean island of Nevis. Sue Cook takes up the challenge of a mountain-biking holiday in the Tuscan Hills in Italy, while Sheryl Simms puts theme parks to the test when she visits three of them with the Lacey family from Liverpool. Producer Simon Shaw ; Editor Jane Lush
It's FA Cup final day and Sheffield Wednesday are playing Arsenal: the whole hospital is glued to the television. Football-mad
Lisa [text removed] has to watch from her bed. Back in again is
Jonathan [text removed]. There's been a setback in the long, painful treatment of his club foot. While trouble is brewing among disgruntled domestic staff, on the ward
10-year-old Rebecca [text removed] faces a lifetime of injections. Doctors suspect she might have diabetes.
Executive producerSteve Hewlett Series producer Richard Bradley
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This week, Bill Beaumont 's team features golfer Peter Baker and cricketer
Mark Ramprakash. IanBotham's team is made up of footballer Gordon Strachan and judo world champion
Nicola Fairbrother. With referee
Executive producer Mike Adley
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A familiar if not particularly friendly face returns in this week's episode of the police drama, which has been getting excellent notices from the press.
It's the first of a two-part story written by the series creator J C Wilsher. It provides Complaints Investigation Bureau's Tony Clark with a chance to settle old scores with his former boss, Chief
Superintendent John Deakin , who is now working with Special Branch. In the first episode of this series Deakin was acquitted by a jury of criminal charges brought against him by Clark.
They are involved in the suspected execution by the IRA of a police informer, who it is said, was under pressure from Special Branch. The Home
Office's Angela Berridge adds her own mystique and Harry Naylor , now CID not CIB, is also called on to lend a hand.
The story, and the series, conclude next week.
Producer Peter Norris
Director Richard Standeven
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Looking Back at You
Sebastiao Salgado is one of the world's finest photo-journalists. For seven years he has been working on a huge project recording the lives of manual workers throughout the world. As an exhibition of that work opens in London, Omnibus explores, in his native Brazil and in Bangladesh and in his studio in Paris, the converging worlds of worker and photographer. ProducerAndrew Snell
Series editor Nigel Williams
I Tonight's Movie
Classic is the acclaimed Neil Simon comedy starring Jack Lemmon Walter Matthau
When poker buddy Felix Ungar is thrown out by his exasperated wife, carefree, divorced slobbish sports journalist Oscar Madison invites him to share in the squalor of his apartment.
However, upon arrival the neurotic, domesticated Felix proves to be a perfectionist housekeeper. Oscar is determined that one of them must go - and it won't be him.
Director Gene Saks (1968)
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