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Geology: Interpreting Sediments
Key moments from yesterday.
The first of a two-part film adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic melodramatic novel.
Starring Jean Gabin
Jean Gabin gives a magnificent performance as Jean Valjean, the ex-convict turned philanthropist whose youthful crimes continue to haunt him into respectable middle age as he is hounded throughout his life by the relentless Inspector Javert.
(A French film with English subtitles.)
(Part 2 tomorrow at 10.00am)
SEE FILMS pages 37-42
Cosette (aged 8):
John Wright writes puppet plays and also designs the puppets. This film looks at the creation of one puppet.
Written by Rudyard Kipling.
Today: The Cat that Walked By Itself. Rpt
Animated stories about a bee.
Live from the All England Club. This afternoon sees the ladies' quarter-finals, and it could prove the first real test for some of the top seeds.
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Further coverage of the ladies' quarter-finals. For details and VideoPlus numbers see previous page.
As coverage of Wimbledon is live, subsequent programmes may run late.
Delia Smith offers a new collection of summer recipes. A Vegetarian Summer
Tonight's programme features delicious summer meals for those who prefer not to eat meat or fish. Delia demonstrates frying-pan pizza with smoked mozzarella and sun-dried tomatoes, a lasagne made with succulent roasted vegetables, a spicy vegetarian pate, frijolemole, and an unusual salad of couscous and vegetables. There is also a visit to a goat farm in Devon where cheese is made using traditional methods.
Producer Caroline Hawkins
Executive producer Frances Whitaker A Hawkshead production for BBCtv
BBCBOOK: 140 recipes forthesummer, illustrated and including recipes from the series. £ 14.99 from bookshops.
SEE RECIPE page 16
Offbeat American science-fiction series.
The Last Gunfighter. Time-traveller Sam finds himself transported into the body of Tyler Means, the hero who cleaned up the town of Coffin, Arizona, by shooting the infamous Claggett brothers. But Tyler's claim to fame is challenged by a man from the past seeking revenge.
A series in which Ray Gosling talks to people of all ages and all types as he takes a serious look at the issues surrounding adultery.
Revenge. When Lady Sarah Moon found out that her baronet husband Sir Peter was having an affair with a woman in the local village, she took her revenge. She cut the arms off his Savile Row suits, threw two litres of white paint over his car, and distributed the contents of his wine cellar around the village. Lady
Moon's action hit the national headlines, and she has since become a chat show celebrity, dispensing wisdom to other victims of adultery, and set up a support group. But the affair has left Sarah Moon virtually penniless at the age of 55. Ray Gosling finds out how she is coming to terms with the havoc that adultery sometimes leaves in its wake.
Producer Steve Poole
A Forum production for BBCtv
In-depth analysis of the key issues in today's news, presented by Sue Cameron.
Michel Foucault : Beyond Good and Evil
Another chance to see the edition that explores the strange story of the life and death of cult French philosopher Michel Foucault , who died in 1984. Foucault questioned all that we take to be normal and natural in modern society by examining what lies beyond, in the realms of madness, sickness and perversion. But, as Ben Woolley reports, his interest in such themes was more than merely academic. Director David Stewart
A look at the planning that went into the introduction of wind power to the Shetland Islands.