The third, six-part series of the comedy about
Harmony, the girl with a magic 50p coin. Harmony and Melody are living with Aunt Glenda on a canal barge. Dino, a cheeky tearabout hiding in the hold, finds the coin. Harmony VICTORIA SHALET. Glenda NERYS
HUGHES. Melody HEATHER-JAY JONES. Dino VICKY LEE TAYLOR. Uncle Ginger DONALD SUMPTER.
Grobbler IAN REDDINGTON. GusGARY MORELINE
Written by Steve Attridge Subtitled.....
Sporting quiz, with team captains Ally McCoist and John Parrott and Sue Barker putting the questions. This week's guests are Everton and Scotland footballer John Collins , rugby star Martin Offiah , England cricketer Mark Butcher and athlete Kelly Holmes.
Producer Kieron Collins
In the second of two reports on astronaut training, Craig Doyle takes a trip on a specially converted aircraft that freefalls to create zero gravity. Plus the robot destined to explore the radioactive heart of Chernobyl's nuclear reactor. Presented by Peter Snow and Philippa
Forrester, with Jez Nelson.
Producer Daniel Barry ; Editor Saul Nasse
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David Attenborough continues his series exploring the evolution and behaviour of birds.
Fishingfor a Living. Wateristhe richest source of food for birds. and they use incredible tools and techniques to catch prey.
Producer Nigel Marven ; Executive producer Mike Salisbury Repeated next Sunday
BBC PRODUCTS: book. same title. price £18.99. music from the series on a CD price £13.99, and triple video pack. price £29.99. available from retailers
Real-life tales of extraordinary good fortune, with the live midweek National Lottery draw as the centrepiece. With Carol Smillie. Series producer Gaby Koppel
Subtitled..... NOTE: previous winning numbers from lottery draws are available on Ceefax page 555 or by calling the Players' Lottery Helpline on
Secrets of the Cloud People The discovery in the Amazon jungle of a cliff tomb containing 200 mummies has given new credence to legends about a lost civilisation -the Cloud People. The tomb is nearto an ancient jungle city, found and filmed by explorer Gene Savoy, which includes a massive fortress.
Savoy, a real-life Indiana Jones, reveals startling evidence that links these mummies to the ancient civilisations of the Middle East. Last in the series.
Producer Jan Klimkowski ; Series editor
First in a six-part series following a group of young British people spending a winter working in the French ski resort of Val-d'lsere.
Downhill all the Way. As the new chaletgirls and boys, holiday reps and dishwashers arrive in the Alps, they have no idea of the conflict, crises and calamities lying ahead. Narrated by Top Gear's QuentinWillson. Director Christopher Hutchins
A series of films paying tribute to some of Britain's best-loved entertainers. Cliff Richard has been at the top of the pops for
40 years. His unique appeal as a singer and all-round entertainer remains for many people undiminished, and his achievements have been recognised with a knighthood.
Producer Nick Kenton : Executive producer TonyMoss Subtitled ....
The first in a British comedy double bill.
Starring Sid James
Kenneth Williams , Joan Sims When Sid and Bernie take their girlfriends on holiday, they think they're off to a nudist colony, but they couldn't be more wrong. Director Gerald Thomas (1969. PG)
♦ See Films: pages 69-76 ***
Concluding the British comedy double bill.
Starring Leigh Lawson
Elke Sommer , Denholm Elliott When a US Air Force plane laden with chemicals crashes into the sea and contaminates the world's water supply, every male on earth becomes impotent, with the exception of Percy.
Director Ralph Thomas (1974, 15)
♦ See Films: pages 69-76 *
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