Adventures of the sci-fi hero.
5: The Palace of Terror. Flash Gordon rescues Dr. Zarkov.
5: Fatal Dive. Professor Jeff King faces his accusers.
American comedy series.
Hostage. Hildy and the deputies are held at gunpoint.
Elizabeth Lane , author of the Diary of a Housewife column, faces an unusual dilemma.
With Dennis Morgan and Sydney Greenstreet. Director Peter Godfrey
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When a young girl is murdered by a hold-up gang her cowboy fiance swears vengeance. Director Fritz Lang
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A ballet by John Cranko.
Performed by the National Ballet of Canada. * STEREO
A look back at the exciting final stages of this year's famous golfing tournament.
Documentary about the photographer Paul Strand. Director/Producer John Walker
Neil Simon 's classic comedy starring
Oscar Madison was a carefree, slob until he took pity on house-proud Felix Ungar. Director Gene Saks
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A Top Gear compilation of motoring highlights of the past year. Presented by Jeremy Clarkson , Chris Goffey and Quentin Willson. Producer Dennis Jarvis
Executive producer Dennis Adams
John Ford 's classic western tells the story of Ethan Edwards and his five-year search for the last surviving member of his family.
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A tale of love and magic.
First in a five-part series looking at global events on a human scale.
In the mid-1980s a famine of biblical proportions swept across much of Africa. Seven years on, many of the Sudanese who fled their villages still live in crude camps on the outskirts of Khartoum. Global Report tells the moving story of Fatma, a young mother who attempts to return to the life she loved before the drought. Producer Sarah Errington
Series Producer Peter Firstbrook (Part 2 tomorrowat 7.20pm)
Last in the series charting the history of motor-racing. 13: StateoftheArt. How
Formula 1 was transformed into a multi-million pound global business. Featuring interviews with racing drivers Nigel Mansell , James Hunt and Gerhard Berger , and team bosses Ron Dennis , Frank Williams and Ken Tyrrell. Producer Michael Schooley
Executive producer Ivan Rendatl A John Gau production for BBCtv STEREO
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Another chance to see Andrew
Birkin's award-winning trilogy about the author, J M Barrie. Starring Ian Holm Tim Pigott-Smith
1: We Set Out to Be Wrecked
The story of the close and touching relationship that existed between J M Barrie and the Llewelyn Davies family of five boys. His care for them continued after their parents' deaths. In his dedication to
Peter Pan , Barrie writes:
"I suppose I always knew that I made Peter by rubbing the five of you together."
Producer Louis Marks
Director Rodney Bennett (Part 2 tomorrow at 8.45pm)
Arthur Llewelyn Davies:
Sylvia Llewelyn Davies:
First showing on network television of this revealing documentary about John Lennon. More than 200 hours of previously unseen material released by Lennon's widow, Yoko Ono , traces his Liverpool childhood and his
Beatle years, culminating in his murder on 8 December 1980.
Director Andrew Solt ● STEREO
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First showing on network television of Wim Wenders ' film study of fashion designer Yoji Yamamoto. 0 FILMS: pages 41-67