Endearing sci-fi adventure, starring
William Shatner , Leonard Nimoy and DeForest Kelley. The captain and crew of the untested starship Enterprise are caught up in a perilous quest. Review page 52. Director William Shatner (1989, PG)
Film Trivia: page 49
Charming comedy with Tom Hanks. At a fortune-telling booth, 12-year-old Josh wishes that he could be "big". The next morning he is astonished to find himself fully grown. But being a grown-up is not all it is cracked up to be. Review page 52. Director Penny Marshall (1988, PG)
Amiable comedy starring Adam Sandier , with cameos from Rob Schneider and Steve Buscemi. When his latest girlfriend dumps him because she says he is not a responsible adult, 32-year-old
Sonny Koufax tries to win her back by adopting the illegitimate five-year-old son of his friend Kevin, who's on a trip to China. Review page 54.
Director Dennis Dugan (1999,12)
Victims of the "war on terror" included BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner. While on assignment in Saudi Arabia, he and cameraman Simon Cumbers were shot by gunmen. Cumbers died but Gardner survived to tell Fiona Bruce about his experience.
Series producer Mike Lewis ; Editor Dave Stanford
Slapstick comedy starring Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller. Greg Focker wants to propose to girlfriend
Pam, and decides to ask permission from her father Jack, an ex-CIA agent. But Jack's overprotective nature spells trouble for his accident-prone, prospective son-in-law. Review page 54.
Director Jay Roach (2000,12) Film Highlights: page 47
Jack Byrnes Robert:
Martin Kemp, Matt Goss, Dave Davies, Phil Everly, Mark Knopfler's brother David and the Campbell brothers of UB40 contribute to a look at siblings who have fronted rock bands. From the Everlys to Oasis, these are the bands of brothers who became household names - often with a price to pay.
Oasis play their new hit at 10.45pm on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross
Andrew Neil , Michael Portillo and Mark Mardell on the election trail. BBO's coverage of Election Night starts on Thursday from 9.55pm. Meet the political editors: page 22; How the live broadcast works: page 25; The telegenic cabinet: page 26
Satirical courtroom drama starring James Garner and Kathleen Turner , with Gina Gershon and Mary-Louise Parker. Celebrity attorney Norman Keane crosses swords with talk-show host Brenda Whitlass. Review page 54.
Director Glenn Jordan (1998)
Followed by Weatherview
The Reclaimers 8/12. An Elizabethan fireplace is at stake. With enhanced commentary.
2.35 Jeremy Vine Meets.... 4/5. With Sheila Hancock - actress, author and wife of John Thaw.
3.05 How to Sleep Better Professor Robert Winston aims to help the nation learn whether it's sleep-deprived and if lifestyle affects the quality of rest.
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