Former top model
Celia Hammond talks about how she gave up her career to rescue stray animals.
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FILM War drama, starring Charles Laughton
A mild-mannered schoolmaster fights for his freedom under
Nazi occupation. With Maureen O'Hara and George Sanders. Director Jean Renoir
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Gangster movie, starring
An ex-convict heads for the mountains to plan a a new job. But he's shocked to find his gang have brought along a woman. With Ida Lupino. Director Raoul Walsh
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A look at the Shamrock V, the largest single-masted vessel in the world.
Twenty Years On: Big Deal
Group. Four lads who hoped to be the new Beatles.
In the last of the series, Ken Hom visits a Hong Kong fishing village, and cooks steamed fish with garlic, spring onions and ginger, and sweetcorn soup with crab meat.
Yesterday's match highlights. * STEREO
3.00pm News; Weather
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
(For details see 21.55pm)
In The Shadow of Breast Cancer
Why is there still uncertainty about the way breast cancer should be treated?
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The adventures of the new
USS Enterprise and its crew. Starring Patrick Stewart The Hunted. On a visit to the planet Angosia a violent escaped prisoner is captured. But is he really what he seems? ● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
The history of hip hop, and the development of rap music from African oral tradition to the streets of the Bronx, from the Sugarhill Gang and Grand
Master Flash to De La Soul and Monie Love. Interviews filmed in London, New York and Los Angeles include Run DMC, Ice Cube, Young MC, De La Soul, Neneh Cherry, NWA andjazzie B. Hosted by Antoine de Caunes , and presented by Dance Energy's Normski.
Director/Producer Sharon Ali
A Rapido TV production for BBCtv
A Late Show special, profiling the work of Hungarian architect Imre Makovecz.
His buildings are made entirely from wood and other natural materials, drawing inspiration from the trees, birds and hills of eastern Europe. (Revised rpt) ● STEREO
Nearly 130 years after Fyodor Dostoevsky left St Petersburg on his first journey to western Europe, his great-grandson Dmitri, a tram driver from
Leningrad (once again called St Petersburg), embarked on a similar trip - to acquire a second-hand Mercedes diesel.
Director/Producer Paul Pawlikowski Series editor Nigel Williams
The first showing on network television of this science comedy. Starring
Fired from his job in laser research when he accidentally kills his assistant, Arthur Weiss finds employment with a sinister corporation that is developing a powerful new weapon. Only when he has invented a small but lethal laser-gun does he begin to question the nature of his work.
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Martha Weiss Chung:
Tonight's top news stories, with Jeremy Paxman.
Embassy World Championship. Eamonn Holmes introduces the quarter-finals from the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green.
Commentary by Tony Green and Sid Waddell .
An examination of current personal and emotional issues. Editor Charles Miller