Last in the series of the entertaining topical magazine show. Tonight's edition features an exclusive story about the new film Batman Forever, more lively fun in the studio with host Dale Winton , and special reports from around the country from Daley Thompson and Liza Tarbuck.
Executive producers Charlie Parsons and Sebastian Scott ; Editor Fiona Cotter Craig
The first of two editions which take a look at the best of this year's stories, with news of what's happened since they were highlighted on the show. Featured items include how car accident victim Graeme Tennick has been changed by the operation to rebuild his face, made possible by engineering which allowed surgeons to rehearse theirmovements.
In March, Richard Mabey reported on the DNA technique that allowed the police to trace the origins of birds stolen from the wild. Since then the method has been used to secure the first everjail sentence for bird snatching. Plus there's a look at a collection of the year's best motoring contraptions, includingthe car which can overtake automatically. Presented byShahnaz Pakravan with Howard Stableford, Vivienne Parry , Rebecca Stephens , Monty Don and Richard Mabey.
Producer Andrew Thompson ; Editor Edward Briffa Furtherinformation on Ceefax page 623 or the Tomorrow's World Web Page on http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/bbctv/tworld ore-mail Tomorrow's World email@example.com
The series which takes a behind-the-scenes look at how wildlife is filmed.
Overexposed. A look at the problems of filming wildlife in the extreme cold. In the acclaimed Life in the Freezer series Stephen de Vere photographed Emporer penguins incubating their chicks in 120mph winds, and at minus 70°C. Presented by Simon King. Series producer Paul Appleby
Another chance to see some of the reconstructions of real-life rescue stories from previous series. Includingan ambulanceman with afear of heights who helped a crane driverwho collapsed 180 feet above London. Presented by Michael Buerk. See today's choices.
Series producer Andrea Wills ; Executive producer Andy Batten-Foster
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Wartime adventure starring
Lee Marvin. Ernest Borenine
Major Reisman's Second World
War mission to lead a covert operation behind enemy lines is a tough one.
Especially when his team is to be made up of 12 violent criminals.
Director Robert Aldrich (1967)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 49-57
Colonel Everett Dasher-Breed:
Major Max Arm bruster:
Captain Stuart Kinder:
Horror starring David Selby
When newlvweds Ouentin and Tracy Collins move into the ancestral Collingswood manor, Angelique, a witch hanged 200 years ago, returns to possess Quentin and make him commit terrible deeds.
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