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A roundup of the day's key action which has seen further alpine medals awarded in the women's combined event, freestyle aerial ski-ing, speed-skating and cross-country.
Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean "face the music and dance" as the competition reaches its climax, with live coverage of the free dance programme.
This routine has brought them the British and European titles en route to the Olympics, but competition is intense. After all, it was the skills of the competing Russian couples - Maia Usova and Alexander Zhulin , Oksana Gritschuk and Evgeni Platov - that, thanks to the complicated marking system, effectively cancelled each other out at the European event and let Torvill and Dean through to take gold.
Britain has only ever won six gold medals at Winter Olympic events. Alan Weeks and Barry Davies are the commentators as Torvill and Dean try to make it seven.
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Andrew Davies's adaptation of George Eliot's classic novel has received almost universal critical acclaim - and over seven million people have been watching each episode.
Tonight there's a second chance to see the conclusion, first screened last Wednesday on BBC2.
February 1832: the Lydgates' marriage grows increasingly bitter as the prospect of bankruptcy and losing their home becomes a stark possibility. But the return of Raffles, now a desperately sick man, sets off a train of events which shake Middlemarch society to its foundations and dramatically change the lives of everyone in the town.
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Tonight's films under review: The Pelican Brief, directed by Alan J Pakula and starring Julia Roberts as a law student who solves the mystery surrounding the murder of two Supreme Court Justices;
Philadelphia, directed by Jonathan Demme is the first big budget mainstream film to tackle the subject of Aids starring Tom Hanks as a lawyer who is fired when his law firm discovers he has Aids.
On location in New York the programme meets Gary Oldman filming Romeo Is Bleeding, and Steven Soderburgh 's Kafka is released.
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