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Musical comedy starring
Dean Martin , Jerry Lewis
Homer Flagg has one ambition - to see New York. But on the way he is stranded near a nuclear testing area. Director Norman Taurog (1954)
FILM REVIEWS pages 31-34
Drama about a cricket team.
2: Rain doesn't stop play, but it dampens Lenny's enthusiasm.
Di Higgs. .....ANNIE HULLEY Barry Higgs. JEREMY BULLOCH Lenny Higgs. PHILLIPEARLEY Geoffrey Higgs. SAM FAIRBROTHER Written by Sid Waddell
Gita takes over the stall and Tricky Dicky has to pay for his interference. Kathy feels left outoflan'slife.
This week's episodes written by Deborah Cook Producer Barbara Emile Director Gwennan Sage
Andrew Marshall 's new comedy set in a fictitious hospital, starring Gary Olsen On the eve of the Founders'
Ball, Rex and Diana's relationship takes a turn for the worse, causing trouble for the whole team.
Director/Producer Richard Boden
Alligator Hole. In the Florida Everglades alligators preside over pools teeming with wildlife, and as the summer drought takes hold, the pools become ever more important. "Turtles, snakes and other alligators will travel miles to find an alligator hole," says producer Bernard Walton. "As the hole fills with animals, a feeding frenzy starts. Anything that moves, from tiny crickets to large fish, can be snapped up by the alligator. And with more alligators crowding together fights break out, occasionally leading to death."
David Attenborough explores the world of these living dinosaurs.
In the final investigation of the series about state responses to terrorism, Peter Taylor uncovers the story of how Army
Intelligence and M15 recruit and deploy agents within Northern Ireland's paramilitary groups.
The report focuses on two agents. One was for many years one of MI5's top operators in the province, feeding information to the security services that succeeded in saving lives.
In a first interview with an M15 agent, the film reveals the process of his recruitment and how he operated. He claims to have taken on the work not for money but for moral reasons, to help prevent terrorist killings.
He is still alive, whereas IRA man Gregory Burns is dead. His naked and hooded body, along with those of two other alleged British agents, was found last year dumped in South Armagh.
All three had been "executed" by the IRA. The programme has gained unique access to the records of their final "confessions" in a film that defines the secret battleground between the British state and terrorists, Loyalist and Republican, in Northern Ireland. ProducerStephen Walker
Executive producer Steve Hewlett
David Dimbleby takes over the chairmanship forthis new series, and his first panel includes the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Kenneth Clarke , Labour's employment spokesman, John Prescott , and Liberal Democrat leader, Paddy Ashdown.
"I see Question Time as the hustings," says Dimbleby.
"There are many people who are angry and disappointed with the performance of politicians of all parties, and the chairman'sjob is to make sure they get their point across and that the politiciansanswerthem." Producer Prue Keely
Editor Alexandra Henderson
A Brian Lapping production for BBCtv
In the first in a series of celebrity profiles recorded in the US last autumn, Jonathan Ross meets supermodel Cindy Crawford at New York's Rainbow Room to talk about life in the fast lane.
Producer Chris Cowey
Series producer Alan Marke
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