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Juliet Morris and Dr Phil Hammond host a special 100th edition of the show which takes a sideways look at life's big questions. Caryn Franklin goes behind the scenes of a Bollywood movie, while stars of the Castaway series talk about their return to civilisation. Executive producer Chris Loughlin (W) COMMENTS: [number removed] (maximum cost8p) ore-mail email@example.com
John Craven and the team look at the fox hunting debate, the relevance of coastal defences and whether consumers understand the "red tractor" farming logo. Plus weather for the week ahead. (S) (W) E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Drama, based on a true story, starring Robert Loggia and Scott Bakula. Lost over the Pacific Ocean in a single-engined plane, pilot Jay Prochnow is tired and in deep trouble. With a storm approaching and his tiny plane rapidly running out of fuel, there seems little hope of survival. Director Roger Young (1993) (S) Films: pp 54-57 **
Catching up with the castaways as they look back over their experiences. (S)
Period adventure starring John Mills. In an attempt to escape Napoleon's oppressive rule, the Robinson family board a ship bound for the South Seas. But their journey is halted when they are shipwrecked on an island.
Director Ken Annakin (1960. U) (S)Films: pp 54-57 ****
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"Coronation Street" star Anne Kirkbride visits Salford. Here, she pays tribute to the city's famous son - the artist L.S. Lowry, looks behind the scenes of the new theatre and arts complex that bears his name and meets local lad and chart topping singing star Russell Watson who performs "Jerusalem" and "Panis Angelicus". Hymns include "To God be the Glory", and "For All the Saints". (S) (W)
First of three programmes that chronicle the passing of Compo.
Elegy for Fallen Wellies. An amateur concert party show has major repercussions when Nora Batty forsakes her wrinkled stockings for black tights.
WrittenbyRoyClarke;Director/ProducerAlanJWBell (R) (S)
Home Sweet Home. After a year in the Bahamas, Fiona Green returns to England and her old practice where she meets a starving 80-year-old tortoise. Meanwhile, Joe Inglis treats a homeless kitten. Next episode Wednesday at 7.30pm.
Director Mandi Startup: Series producer Amanda Reilly (S) (W)
Michael Aspel and the team of experts return to Cliveden in Buckinghamshire, where they value a ladies bureau, an "eccentrically large" barometer, an unusual "McMickey" Mouse and a silver cruet set worth £30,000.
Producer Michele Buigess ; Executive producer Christopher Lewis (S) (W)
Tommy Walsh and Charlie Dimmock return to Locklease, Bristol to revisit the easy to navigate garden they created for artist and wheelchair user Janet Marker.
Director John Thornicroft ; Executive producer Carol Haslam (R) (S)
Second episode of the eight-drama inspired by the Highland Novels of Compton MacKenzie. Archie and his father, Hector, go head-to-head as they battle for possession of a rare and valuable barrel of whisky. See Choice.
Written by Michael Chaplin
Producer Jeremy Gwilt ; Director Simon Massey (S) (W)
Second of the four-part Irish drama. Ernie is released from prison to return to the sheltered life he led before the Easter Rising, but tranquility is short lived when he's asked to work for Michael Collins. Contains bad language and violence.
Written by Ronan Bennett : Producers Robert Cooper and Malcolm Craddock Director John Strickland (S) (W)
Tonight's programme catches up with the castaways as they settle back into their lives and contemplate their experiences. What are their plans now? (5)
With Nicholas Witchell. Weather Isobel Lang. (S)(W)
Thriller based on John Grisham 's best-selling novel.
A small town is engulfed in conflicting emotions when a Mississippi factory worker shoots the racists who brutally assaulted his ten-year-old daughter.
Director Joel Schumacher (1996, 15) (S) (W) Films: pp 54-57 ****
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Drama. A man takes advantage of his job as a commercial airline pilot to keep three wives, none of whom suspects his betrayal.
Director Alan Metzger (1996) (S) Films: pp 54-57 **