Comedy drama series about a chaotic family. Natalie has an invitation, while Wart has newts.
Natalie ELLIE BEAVEN , Serena HONEYSUCKLE WEEKS.
Arthur PETER KELLY , Mother ANNETTE EKBLOM.
Father PHILIP BIRD, Wart PETER KIN KELLY
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Yeti, Myths and Men
First in a six-part series of investigations by Chris Packham into legendary creatures which, according to science, do not exist. This week his quest takes him to the Himalayas and Sumatra. See today's choices. Producer Jenny Ash ; Series producer
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Second in a three-part series looking at what happened to inventions featured in Tomorrow's World. This week a revolution in airport safety and a ground-breaking treatment for epilespy, plus Raymond Baxter recalls 1984. Presented by Philippa Forrester and Maggie Philbin. Seetoday'schoices. Series producer Daniel Barry ; Executive producer Jessica Cecil BBC TOMORROW'S WORLD MAGAZINE: from newsagents.
A one-off programme in which
Carol Vorderman looks forward to possible future scientific miracles. Predictions of babies beinggrown in artificial wombs and criminals being controlled by injections are dramatised, and there are interviews with people who believe that being frozen after death will give them the chance of everlasti ng life. Director Andrew Margetson ; Series producer Clare Pizey
Tonight's guest is 16-year-old singing prodigy Billy Crawford , performing his debut single. Hosted by Bob Monkhouse.
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Spontaneous Human Combustion
The last programme
in the current series investigates a number of extraordinary cases of people bursting into flames.
Scientists and fire experts try to explain the phenomenon, and there's an experiment aimed at showing how it could happen. See today's choices.
Producer Jan Klimkowski ; Series editor
Michael Mosley ♦ See John Peel : page 9
Crime thriller starring
Dennis Peck is a Los Angeles police officer who knows his way around the law. He can launder money, run a scam and even, for the right money, arrange a murder. Newly-promoted internal affairs investigator Raymond Avilla doesn'ttrust him, and time is running out for Peck.
Director Mike Figgis (1990,18)
♦ See Films: pages 42-49 ***
Sergeant Raymond Avilla:
Sergeant Amy Wallace:
Lieutenant Sergeant Grieb:
1865: the routine of lighthouse life on an isolated island is brutally ended by a shipload of murderous wreckers. How can one man stand alone against the merciless Kongre and his bloodthirsty crew?
Director Kevin Billington (1971)
* See Films: pages 42-49 *
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