What to see and do in Torbay.
A real-life drama played out on Dartmoor. Rita Webber, a widow, is forced to sell her family farmhouse. But then she makes some discoveries.
George Dean meets half-Indian Johnny Tiger at the Green Swamp
Indian Reservation and decides to coach him for a university scholarship.
Director Paul Wendkos
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Dr Leslie Frost:
Second in the three-part film version of the classic by Victor Hugo, starring Harry Baur Charles Vanel
2: The Thenardiers. On the run from Inspector Javert, Valjean begins a new life. In French with English subtitles.
(For cast see Monday. Part 3 tomorrow at 10.25am)
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The story of the 1 1 0-mile railway line constructed between 1898 and 1900 from
Skagway, Alaska, to White Horse in the Yukon.
Cookery with Jacques Pepin.
A concert by Alison Macmorland and Peta Webb , singers who have helped to revive the songs of Scotland and Ireland.
Owing to the use of herbicides, the meadows of Victorian times with their wild flowers, bees and butterflies are gone for ever. But we could have them back in our urban parks - if we stopped mowing the grass.
Followed by With Saintly Patience and Diligence of an Ant The intricacies and skills of the 17th-century Dutch artists known as the Fine Painters. A BV Culture production for BBCtv
Magazine for the deaf.
With signing and subtitles.
Followed by World Darts
Highlights of yesterday's matches in the Embassy World Professional Championships from the Lakeside Country
Club in Frimley Green, Surrey. With Dougie Donnelly.
Regional News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia.
John Diamond and guests in another session of in-depth topical analysis.
The first of five inside stories on how business is done in the most successful economy in Europe.
The Frankfurt Contenders Psion is a British company which began selling in Germany five years ago. This film follows the company's attempt to launch their latest pocket computer in a difficult market.
Producer Bernard Adams
Sci-fi adventure starring Lorne Greene.
Outer space: a peace conference to end 1,000 years of war is the target for a Cylon attack.
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The FX4 London Taxi. The story of the classic black cab, which has survived over 30 years, yet with a new Japanese engine seems set to drive on into the next century.
Narrated by Warren Clarke. Producer Michael Davies
Series producer Peter Grimsdale
There's a healthy, warming start to the New Year with an inexpensive Italian soup that's more of a stew, with beans and aromatic herbs; and a team of British Rail chefs take on the challenge of cooking on a French train between Paris and Brussels. With Chris Kelly ,
Michael Barry and Jill Goolden. Director Linda Nash
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks A Bazal production for BBCtv
RECIPES: on Ceefax page
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Tongue-in-cheek American comedy from the creators of the hit movies Airplane! and Naked Gun, starring Leslie Nielsen
A Substantial Gift. Two men lie dead in the office of Acme
Finance Credit Union. The receptionist claims Twice, a family man, tried a hold-up but the story is fishy, especially as Frank Drebin discovers she owes money to her orthodontist.
Det Frank Drebin:
Capt Ed Hocken:
Sally Decker KATHRYN:
Cutting Coal. When this history of the coal industry was filmed in 1984,169 pits were working. Now just 50 are left, while the axe hangs over another 30. The documentary tells of the dangerous conditions, insecurity and disputes that led up to coal nationalisation after the Second
World War, and charts how huge investment and increased production, followed by rapid cut-backs and closures, brought conflict in the 70s and 80s.
Music by Carl Davis , played by Grimethorpe Colliery Band Producer Ruth Jackson
Executive producer Peter Pagnamenta
With Jeremy Paxman.
Tonight's four matches complete the second round.