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This week Jill Dando learns to sail on a course in the small village of Tighnabruaich on the west coast of Scotland. Kathy Tayler tries a seriously "hot" experience when she visits Cancun, Mexico's most popular tourist destination.
Margi Clarke joins the cruise ship Canberra for a fox-trot around the fjords of Norway. Producer Simon Shaw ; Editor Jane Lush
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Sports presenter Desmond Lynam moves over to entertainment in dramatic fashion byjumpingfrom a helicopter, crashing through the roof of Television Centre and falling into the studio to present this new programme about how apparently impossible human accomplishments are achieved.
In the series, Lynam and co-presenter Jenny Hull explain such baffling technical feats as how an oil rig the size of Wembley Stadium and as high as the Eiffel Tower is positioned to within one inch of accuracy in the stormy North Sea. Plus, how investigators identified the suitcase which contained the Lockerbie bomb from among four million fragments scattered across 850 square miles. They also attempt to demystify some amazingf ilm and TV effects - for example, how babies who can't yet walk manage to dance in unison for a TV commercial.
Producer John Longley
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Anne Robinson presents viewers' letters, phone calls and faxes commenting on BBC programmes. Also, each week, the residents of a different town or city offer their opinions. This week the people of Middlesbrough air their thoughts on soaps and costume dramas. Producer Bernard Newnham
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A new comedy-drama series about a group of part-time soldiers in the Territorial Army. Lloydy 's Fish. At last Lloydy's secret job is revealed. He has started working for a millionaire snooker manager whose latest venture is breeding Koi Carp. Lloydy has to transport a fish worth thousands of pounds from Heathrow to Roker Bridge.
Unfortunately, disaster strikes and the fish meets an untimely death. Is that the end of Lloydy's carp couriering, or can Hodge save the day?
Written by Tim Firth
Director Brian Famham ; Producer Chris Griffin
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Help! The third programme in this series that looks at adolescent life from both sides of the battlefield shows how parents can cope with their worst nightmares.
Natasha had a baby at 14.
Talking about sex education she says: "We don't get taught that until the fourth year and I'm only in the third year." Her 15 year-old brother ends up in a secure unit but says: "I would rather be outside with my mates.... nicking cars, stuff like that."
Is divorce to blame when children go off the rails? In studio role play, parents hear the views of teenagers about broken marriages. Director Ed Harriman
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Youth crime drama starring
Martin Sheen , Sissy Spacek Kit and his teenage lover Holly are on the run after shooting her father. Pursued by the law, they travel through south
Dakota killing anyone who gets in their way.
Written and directed by Terrence Malick
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