Alexandre Dumas 's classic story starring Robert
% Donat and Elissa Landi.
When ship's mate
Edmond Dantes becomes
, innocently involved in Napoleon's escape from Elba, he is sentenced to life imprisonment in the terrible Chateau d'lf.
Years later, he sees his chance for escape.
Director Rowland V Lee
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I Lean's retelling of a famous Victorian I Glasgow murder trial.
I Madeleine Smith 's secret romance with a . Frenchman proves to be more than she bargained for when he is found poisoned. Starring Ann Todd and Leslie Banks.
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Colour and inspiration in the grounds of the Royal i Hospital, Chelsea.
Introduced by Alan Titchmarsh , Anne Gregg : and Stefan Buczacki. 4
A billionaire discovers he is being lampooned in an off-Broadway show and ends up in the cast.
Starring Marilyn Monroe and Yves Montand with a guest appearance from
Wilfrid Hyde White , who died recently. , Director George Cukor 0 FILMS: pages 29-35
England v West Indies
Live coverage from
Lord's of the last of the three One-Day
Internationals. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Television presentation Alan Gnffiths
Executive producer ' Keith Mackenzie
Normski's guests tonight include Brooklyn-based jazz rappers Gang Starr. Spike Lee and Jazzie B talk about the secrets of their empires. 1 Series producer Sharon Ali
I An Activate production for BBCtv
American animation. Who's
Miss Lidia's Makeover victim this week? Is life so bad for the Art School Girls? Aeon Flux takes on the enemy and the continuing mystery of Invisible Hands.
A Colossal Pictures production for BBCtv and MTV
In the last week of May, the whole of India prays for the onset of the monsoon. Without its life-giving rains, the nation would become a land of dry i wells and deserts. Writer
Alexander Frater awaits the 'burst' at the southernmost tip of India, then travels with it on its dramatic journey north, witnessing the monsoon's towering influence on every aspect of Indian life. The astonishing village of Cherrapunji lies at the end of the monsoon's trail. An old
British hill station containing a graveyard of British suicides, it is listed in the Guinness
Book of Records as the wettest place on earth. And it is here that the monsoon stages its operatic climax. See panel. Director David Wallace
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One of the world's best-loved singers, Jose Carreras celebrates his return to the UK concert platform with his closest colleagues from the opera world, including stars like Katia Ricciarelli ,
Agnes Baltsa and Ruggero Raimondi. The concert at London's
Drury Lane Theatre is in aid of Carreras's International
Leukaemia Foundation. Director Chns Hunt
Producer Maureen Murray
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Coverage of today's final round of the PGA
Championship from the West Course at Wentworth, which carries a first prize of £83,330. Commentary by Peter Alliss , Bruce Critchley , Alex Hay , Clive Clark and Mike Hughesdon. Introduced by Steve Rider.
Highlights of the last of the three One-Day Internationals from Lord's. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Arts: Victorian Ways of Death Funerary memorials, mourning paraphernalia and coffin design.