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As a new arrival at Moonacre Manor, Maria discovers that only she can fulfil a ghostly prophecy.
Based on Elizabeth Goudge's A Little White Horse, adapted by William Corlett
A look at the news and music of one year. 1987: The news: Terry Waite is kidnapped; there's a spending boom; the Herald of Free Enterprise capsizes; Michael Ryan brings tragedy to Hungerford;
Mrs Thatcher wins a third term; the hurricane and Black Monday make it an extraordinary October. The music: the Mission, Whitney Houston, Pet Shop Boys, Bananarama, New Order, U2 and the Proclaimers. Series producerSue Mallinson
Carla Lane's comedy series starring Michael Angelis Sue Johnston
Darwin has now met Eden, the girl with whom his father had a brief but stormy affair and who has threatened to get her revenge for being discarded.
Alex Torbet is Britain's equivalent of the Birdman of Alcatraz.
After a distinguished RAF career he murdered his wife and father-in-law in an uncontrollable fit of anger, and in 1979 was sentenced to life imprisonment.
In Saughton Prison, Edinburgh, Torbet became interested in the fish in the prison's aquaculture unit, attached to Stirling University, and was soon saving the university a huge amount of money thanks to his skill in breeding both fish and shellfish for their experiments.
He was particularly drawn to a species called tilapia, whose ability to provide high-protein food from a diet of rubbish gave it great potential as a source of food for poor countries. He developed a golden strain, attractive as well as nutritious, which is now helping to feed the Third World.
Due for release this year, Torbet was hoping to continue his work at Stirling, but the university had reservations about his joining their team. QED examines his life and work behind bars, and his hopes for the future. Narrator Robbie Coltrane.
Birdman of Alcatraz is shown at 11.30 pm.
A Sparta production for BBCtv
Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Highlights from tonight's FA Cup semi-final replays, if either or both of the ties at the weekend have been drawn. Also, action from the FA Premiership.
Britain's Gary Jacobs defends his European welterweight title against Italy's Alessandro Duran in his native Glasgow.
The Scot, nearing a long-awaited world title shot, takes on Duran, who made an unsuccessful challenge for Eamonn Loughran 's WBO welterweight title earlier this year.
Previewing the World Professional Championship, which starts at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre on Saturday. Stephen Hendry defends his title in the event which marks the return to the Crucible of the twice world champion Alex Higgins.
A review of the fourth Test between West Indies and England in Bridgetown,
Barbados, which ended today.
Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Brian Barwick
Drama based on a true story starring Burt Lancaster
In 1909 Robert Stroud begins a 12-year sentence for killing a man. He escapes execution when a guard dies in a struggle, but is placed in solitary. Stroud's life changes when a sick bird flies into his cell.
Director John Frankenheimer (1962)
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