Second World Wardrama, starring Jeff Chandler
When Captain Hawks takes charge of a small transport ship in the South
Pacific, his strong will threatens to cause more damage than the Japanese attacks. CaptJebedlah Hawks JEFF CHANDLER , Lt MacDougall GEORGE NADER , Commander Quigley LEX BARKER.
Nadine MacDougall JULIE ADAMS , Dr Bell KEITH ANDES, LtFraserRICHARDBOONE.KrugerWILLIAM REYNOLDS DirectorJoseph Pevney (1956) + See Films: pages 57-66 ***
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Third of the seven-part comedy series, featuring Bill and Ruby at the mysterious Dunster Castle in Somerset. Miss Duddehdge SUSIE BLAKE. Raggedy man/Joshua Fennel TREVOR PEACOCK, Mrs DearsJENNIFERPIERCEY,
Bill RUSSELL TOVEY, Ruby BROOKE KINSELLA, Ronnie KALLI CLARK STERNBERG. Dalston DICKON TOLSON
Written by Mickey Hutton and Danny Peacock
Comedy show, hosted by Ant McPartiin and Declan Donnelly. Today, dancer
Lionel Blairtransforms their lives into a West End musical. Guests include actor
Ken Morley (until recently, Coronation Street's Reg Holdsworth ) and TV presenters Jenny Hull and Peter Simon.
Last in the series. Stereo
The Mitchells are on the warpath as Grant threatens Ruth and Phil goes off to see his solicitor. This week's episodes written by David Joss Buckley and Lisselle Kayla; Producer Josephine Ward; Director David Richardson
In the return of the six-part series about sick animals,
Rolf Harris and the team swap cats and dogs for rhinos, giraffes and lions at Whipsnade Wild Animal
Park, where the vets and keepers must be prepared to deal with every ailment imaginable. See today's choices.
Series producer John Groom ; Executive producer
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Series about people who work at Heathrow airport.
The festive season resembles the nightmare before Christmas as Jean-Marie Lavillard deals with a string of emergencies. Meanwhile, passengers have just discovered that theirflight may not be leaving; and an aircraft has been mislaid somewhere between Kiev and London.
See today's choices.
Series producer Nick Catliff ; Executive producer
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Birth. Edina, Patsy and Saffy get locked in the living room and begin to remembertheirtime in the womb, reliving the experience of birth.
Written by Jennifer Saunders ; Director Bob Spiers
Producer Jon Plowman
Concluding the documentary series set in Professor Robert Winston 's fertility clinic in London.
The end is in sight for Tania and Ray, while, against all odds, Anna has had a second successful IVF attempt and her baby is due at the same time as Tania and Ray's twins. For Rebecca, however, an attempt at IVF hinges on a vital scan. Finally, there is an unexpected honour for Robert Winston. See today's choices.
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Tonight's programme of topical debate comes from Bristol. The panel includes Chief Secretary to the Treasury William Waldegrave and Labour's legal affairs spokesperson Paul Boateng. Director Laurence Vulliamy ; Series editor
Woody Allen , Diane Keaton
An insecure film critic, Allan Felix , constantly calls on the spirit of Humphrey Bogart for advice on how to treat women.
Director Herbert Ross (1972, 15")
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