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Comedy drama. When Clive gets stuck in the loft with an unexploded bomb, the only way out is through the ceiling. With Wayne Jackman , Ian Tregonning , Jo Warne and Rex Taylor.
Written by Wayne Jackman
Spying on Angels. In the hardest challenge yet for the customer service sleuth with a hidden camera, Dylan Winter goes undercover in a maternity unit. His report from Lincoln County Hospital reveals the long hours that pregnant women have to wait in the ante-natal clinic. Meanwhile, the hospital is doing its own survey of waiting times to find out if it is meeting the demands of the Patient's Charter.
Doctors and nurses tell Dylan that they know how to reduce waiting times. But will the hospital's management listen? Series producer David Dawson-Pick
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When Glasgow's Hunterian Museum bought some fossilised eggs for their collection, they were delighted to find that a few were unhatched. Tomorrow's World follows the story of the eggs and the secrets preserved inside them for millions of years. Plus a further report from behind the scenes of dinosaurs on display at London's Natural History Museum. With Howard Stableford, Carmen Pryce , Judith Hann and Kate Bellingham. Producer Saul Nasse ; Editor Dana Purvis
Comedy about a cantankerous grocer, starring Ronnie Barker
Arkwright finds himself preoccupied - not least by the persistant squeak in Granville's bicycle.
Written by Roy Clarke
Producer Sydney Lotterby
Nurse Gladys Emmanuel:
The romantic comedy starring Anton Rodgers Lesley Dunlop
Take Good Care of My Baby Alec and Zoe desperately search for a suitable nanny for Fleur. Could the solution be staring them in the face?
Episode written by Paul Minett and Brian Leveson Director Paul Harrison ; Producer Sharon Bloom A Cinema Venty production for BBCtv
Eight hundred miles off the west coast of Ireland a small aircraft was hit by lightning, leaving pilot Werner Soehlmann with no long-range radio, no navigational equipment and very little fuel. Michael Buerk introduces some more stories of real-life rescues including reconstruction of the difficult task a Nimrod from RAF Kinloss in Scotland had trying to find Soehlmann and his plane.
Also featured is the story of a mountain bike accident in an isolated area of the Sussex Downs at the Chalk Pit, Offham just outside of Lewes in East Sussex. Although two of Martin Back's companions were doctors, they had no medical equipment with them and Back was fighting for his life.
Juliet Morris provides the third of five reports on the London Helicopter Emergency Service. This week's film - and it is not a reconstruction but the actual events recorded as they happened - covers a call to the scene of a motorbike accident on one of London's busiest roads in the rush hour.
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Sequel to the original horror story, starring
Craig T Nelson
Time has passed since the Freeling family's horrific encounter and they are safely resettled. But not for long.
When the site of their old home is disturbed and an Indian burial ground is uncovered, strange things happen.
Director Brian Gibson (1986)
FILM REVIEWS pages 45-48
Carol Anne Freeling:
Police drama starring William Holden
"Bumper" Morgan is a tough LA cop with a reputation for unorthodox working methods. Increasingly, he finds himself at odds with his superiors and decides to quit - after one more case. Withjoe Santos , Eileen Brennan and Emile Meyer.
Director Robert Butler (1973)
FILM REVIEWS pages 45-48
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