With Toby Anstis.
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In the fifth of six programmes, Tom Vernon rides to the rugged region of Cevennes, where humans are outnumbered by the sheep who provide the milk for the famous Roquefort cheese. There he attends the annual mushroom festival, meets meek wolves, a formerly ferocious wild boar, and discovers a creature that grows at an incredible rate.
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Jim Davidson presents the game show that combines snookerskill and general knowledge. Playingforthe mystery star prize tonight are seasoned professionals Stephen Hendry , Terry Griffiths , and Paul Davies. Refereed by snooker's "Mr Trick Shot" John Virgo.
DirectorCharles Garland; Producer John Burrowes
Romanced by debonair
Paul Tomlinson , successful psychologist
Tess Palmer succumbs to his charms.
However, one of her patients, Carla, has been unbalanced by just such a relationship, and just such a man - perhaps Paul himself. As coincidence leads to conjecture, Tess learns more than she cares to about Paul, the youngerwoman, and the recently deceased Mrs Tomlinson.
The three points of the lethal love triangle are JoBeth Williams , star of the first Poltergeist movies,
Pierce Brosnan - the new James Bond - and the heroine of horror hit Candyman, Virginia Madsen.
Director Jerry London (1991)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 61-66
Another toothsome invitation to share the dubious delights offered by the late-night low-life; this week:
Taste the Blood of Dracula
A Hammer horror starring Christopher Lee
Lord Courtley, a secret disciple of Dracula, is desperately seeking three of the priceless effects of the dreaded Count in an attempt to resurrect the vampire.
Film Reviews pages 61-66
Concluding the three-part mini-series about America's war on drugs, and the price one man had to pay.
Bitterness over the death of a comrade turns into open anger when Steinmetz and the DEA realise that the cover-up of Camarena's abduction extends into the highest ranks of the Mexican government.
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