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Jill Dando searches the Venezuelan forest forthe capuchin monkey; Carol Smillie samples an inexpensive
Spanish holiday, joining 36-hour coach trip to the Costa Dorada;
Maureen Lipman takes a weekend shopping break in New York; and John Pitman enjoys a gastronomic weekend in Kinsale, Ireland. Last in the series.
Producers Alison Sharman and Paul Wooding
Editor Jane Lush Stereo
On Ian Botham 's team tonight are Ally McCoist , the Scotland strikerwho, with Rangers, has won seven league championships and a record eight Scottish League Cups, and Nellie Cooman , the Dutch athlete who was twice World indoor champion and current European indoor champion over 60 metres.
Bill Beaumont is joined by Richard Dunwoody , the current National Hunt Champion who, on Saturday, will be hopingto record his third victory in the Grand National, and Graham Thorpe , the Surrey batsman who was
England's leading run scorer in the Test series against Australia duringthe winter. With David Coleman.
Executive producer Mike Adley
Terry Wogan presents this compilation of the moments the BBC's stars would ratheryou didn't - a hand-picked assortment of classic out-takes.
Producer Tom Webber ; Director
JohnLSpencer Subtitled ......................
Sleeping It Off
DrJuanLegardaisa psychologist who runs a controversial detoxification programme in Seville, offering an alternative approach to beating addiction. QED follows the progress of two methadone addicts, from very different backgrounds and lifestyles, as they turn to DrLegarda for help. See today's choices.
Producers Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Andrew Palmer ; Series editor Lorraine Heggessey
* Dr Mark Porter : page 40
The third series of the historical comedy starring Rowan Atkinson
Nob and Nobility. As the Revolution sweeps across France, one man risks his life to save the endangered French nobility. The Scarlet Pimpernel is soon the darling of England, putting
Blackadder's nose truly out of joint.
Written by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton
Director Mandie Fletcher ; Producer John Lloyd
Born 100 years ago, Jean Renoir is considered by many the greatest of film directors. Omnibus presents a two-part investigation of Renoir's life and career, coinciding with a short season of his films on BBC2.
1: From La Belle Epoque to World War II. The son of Impressionist painter
Pierre-Auguste Renoir , Jean's career began in the silent era but his most acclaimed films date from the 1930s.
Hisfilms are said to reflect his father's love of nature and deep humanity, and have long been an inspiration to other directors as well as audiences.
Directors Bernardo Bertolucci , Peter Bogdanovich and Claude Chabrol are amongthose interviewed.
Director David Thompson ; Series editor
Nigel Williams. La Règle du leu will be shown next Saturday and Boudu Saved from Drowning next Sunday; Part 2 of Omnibus next Tuesday
Barry Norman : page 50
Val Kilmer , Gabe Jarret
Mitch Taylor and Chris Knight are advanced science students, recruited by Professor Jerry Hathaway to work on a secret project. But the two are horrified to discoverthat their assignment has sinister ramifications.
Director Martha Coolidge (1985)
FILM REVIEWS pages 53-56
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