Architectural historian Alec Clifton-Taylor continues his survey of English towns. At Chichester, the local stone was flint; the Romans used it for the city walls, and it is still being used today. (R)
(Richmond, North Yorkshire, tomorrow at 8.00am;
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George River Caribou. The
500,000 caribou in this area of Quebec face competition for their wilderness. (R)
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Johnny Weissmuller Maureen O'Sullivan
An expedition saves Boy from a savage tribe but it soon becomes clear that the expedition itself poses a threat to the peace of the jungle.
Director Richard Thorpe
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Margaret Rutherford Arthur Kennedy
An adaptation of Agatha Christie 's 4.50 from
Paddington in which Miss
Marple sees a woman being strangled on a passing train.
When she fails to convince the police that she has witnessed a murder she decides to investigate for herself. Joan Hickson , also known for her portrayal of Miss Marple, makes an appearance here in another guise.
Director George Pollock
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Highlights of the 1990 Embassy World Professional Darts Championship Final. Tony Gubba reviews the events of Lakeside Country Club, Frimley Green last
January, where Phil Taylor became the World Champion by defeating his mentor Eric Bristow in a memorable final; and Paul Lim became the first player to record a nine-dart checkout in a World Championship match.
Commentary by Sid Waddell and Tony Green. Producer Ron Gubba
(The 1991 World Professional Championship starts on Friday at 11.15pm)
post that mentions
An adventure with Nick Mercer and Stella Goodier. (R)
1990 has been a year of change, turmoil and surprise both at home and abroad.
With Jonathan Dimbleby.
Symphony No 9 in D Minor, Op 125, the 'Choral'
To end this series and the year, Roger Norrington conducts the London Classical
Players with the Schutz Choir and soloists
Elizabeth Lawrence ,
Amanda Halgrimson , David Thomas and Frederick Urrey.
Series recorded in University College School, Hampstead.
David Coleman looks back on a memorable year for British athletics, beginning with the Commonwealth Games last January in Auckland and culminating with unprecedented success for Britain at the European
Championships in Split. Roger Black , Kriss Akabusi , John Regis , Yvonne Murray and Peter Elliott look back on the year and ahead to the World Championships in Tokyo. Producer Peter Allden
A century ago, Charles Cruft , an itinerant dog food salesman, began what has become the world's most famous dog show. This programme traces the progress of dog showing from its origins in London pubs to the last Cruft's at Earls Court.
Narrated by Angela Rippon. Producer Marshall Lee
Executive producer Robin Courage
25 x 5: the Continuing
Adventures of the Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones's phenomenal career has taken them from being the bad boys of rock 'n' roll to becoming proteges of the establishment. The programme includes previously unseen performances from the Stones's own archive and is introduced and narrated by the band themselves.
Director Nigel Finch
Producer Andrew Sort (R) revised
(Rolling Stones In Concert at 10.55pm')
La Stupenda's Farewell
Live from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
World-famous Australian soprano Joan Sutherland chooses this New Year's Eve for her farewell to the opera stage at the end of a legendary career and joins Luciano Pavarotti and Marilyn Home in the party scene in Act 2.
Johann Strauss 's operetta is set in the Vienna of 1874. Text by Haffner and Genee translated by John Mortimer. Introduced by Sue Cook , who reviews Dame Joan's career during the intervals with the help of some surprise guests.
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Sir Arthur Streeb-Greebling (Peter Cook ) chooses his 12 gifts. With Ludovic Kennedy. 6: Geese a-Laying
A live concert recorded in Barcelona during the Stones's recent 'Urban Jungle' tour. Director Gavin Taylor
Producer Pino Sagliocco
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Starring Gene Wilder
When brain surgeon Frederick Frankenstein goes to
Transylvania to receive a family legacy, he dreams of reanimating the dead.
Director Mel Brooks
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Dr Frederick Frankenstein: