Don Burke explores Australian gardens, and looks at the way people live "down under". In the last of the series, he finds a beer can cave garden, discovers the Turkish van cat and meets Belle the blind dog and her owner. Plus a visit to Ramsay Street in Melbourne, where Don meets the cast and crew of Neighbours as well as some of the street's real inhabitants.
Fantasy-comedy series. Nell foolishly entrusts Bronson with a valuable opal.
This week's show features dyke-leaping in Holland; aflight test fora record-breaking paper plane; life at sea with round-the-world yachtsman Mike Golding ; and a world record for dropping eggs from great heights. With Cheryl Baker and Kriss AkabUSi.
More entertainment from the topical magazine show that takes a quirky look at some ofthe week's events.
Tonight's edition features more lively fun and action in the studio with host
Dale Winton , and exclusive reports from around the country from Daley Thompson and Liza Tarbuck.
Executive producers Charlie Parsons and Sebastian Scott ; Editor Fiona Cotter Craig
Special edition to celebrate the 30th anniversary of what has become the world's longest running science magazine programme. Tonight, the team takes a fascinating trip back to the future from the year2025, with predictions and visions from scientists around the world. Presented by Howard
Stableford, Shahnaz Pakravan ,
Vivienne Parry , Monty Don , Richard Mabey and Rebecca Stephens. With guest appearancesfrom Professor
Stephen Hawking , Raymond Baxter , Michael Rodd and Maggie Philbin. See today's choices.
Producer David McNab ; Editor Edward Briffa
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The series which takes a behind-the-scenes look at how wildlife is filmed.
The Time Machine. Looks at the technique of timelapse filming, used to compress into seconds the hours or days that plants take to grow and bloom. David Attenborough 's Private Life of Plants used the technique with spectacular results, and tonight's programme follows one of the cameramen, Richard Kirby , as he attempts one of the most risky shots of the series. Presented by Simon King.
Director Lizzie Bewick ; Series producer Paul Appleby
Another chance to see some of the reconstructions of real-life rescue stories from last year's series.
Tonight: the race to free a lorry driver from his crashed cab; how a skier survived a night in freezing conditions by building snow hole, and practical tips on how to stay alive if your car gets stuck in snow; and another chance to watch the dramatic video of the rescue of a solo yachtsman in the Isles of Scilly. Presented by Michael Buerk.
Series producer Andrea Wills ; Executive producer Andy Batten-Foster
Safety information on Ceefax page
Prison drama based on a true story, concluding the short season of films starring
Clint Eastwood also starring
Patrick McGoohan Alcatraz - "the Rock" - is America's highest security prison where only the toughest convicts are sent, and from where no one can escape. But Frank Morris , habitual escapee, is determined that Alcatraz is just another set of bars and walls that will never hold him.
Director Don Siegel (1979) Subtitled ..... * FILM REVIEWS pages 47-54
Chester Doc Dalton:
Ray Milland , Susan Penhaligon
Sinisterly shadowed by cats,
Wilbur Gray tells the chilling story from his manuscript about a feline conspiracy to dominate the world.
Wilbur Gray PETER CUSHING, Frank Richards RAY MILLAND, Janet SUSAN PENHALIGON ,
Miss Malkin JOAN GREENWOOD , MichaelSIMON WILLIAMS ,
Wallace the lawyer ROLAND CULVER, Mrs Joan Blake ALEXANDRA STEWART Angela Blake CHLOE FRANKS,
Lucy KATRINA HOLDEN , Mr Blake DONALD PILON, Mrs Maitland RENEE GIRAUD, Valentine De'
Ath DONALD PLEASENCE , Edina Hamilton SAMANTHA
Director Denis Héroux(1977)
FILM REVIEWS pages 47-54
Miss Malkin Joan
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