**** Tense Cold War thriller - the first cinematic outing for
Tom Clancy 's hero Jack Ryan - starring
Sean Connery , Alec Baldwin and Sam Neill. 1984: the trial voyage of new Soviet submarine Red October does not go as expected. Equipped with an experimental propulsion system that makes it virtually impossible to track, and captained by the enigmatic Marko Ramius , the heavily armed vessel heads for America. Is Ramius about to launch an undetectable, pre-emptive nuclear strike? With Scott Glenn and Joss Ackland.
Continuing the drama revealing the dark side of the NHS. 4/6. Hurley's wish to hit hospital targets endangers the lives of a pregnant mother and her baby. With Rob suspended for speaking out, should Polly intervene and possibly risk her career? Starring
Max Beesley , Neve Mcintosh , Patrick Baladi and Keith Allen. Contains strong material. Repeated next
Wednesday on BBC2.
Continuing the series that goes behind the scenes in the world of celebrity photography. 2/3. Victoria Beckham is pursued through the Swiss ski resort of Verbier, Madonna's tracked down in the English countryside and there's a front-page exclusive from the beaches of Barbados.
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