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Last part of the daily story.
Into the Comics. Can the team catch Stoopdude?
n Murder mystery starring
Investigating a double murder, a magician is drawn into a world of illusion.
Director Tod Browning (1939)
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Zelma La Clair:
Stan and Ollie cause havoc at a saw mill. With Charlie Hall.
Director Lloyd French (1933)
And at 10.30am
The clowning colleagues join the Foreign Legion. With Charles Middleton.
Director James W Horne (B/w)
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Drama starring Anne Shirley
An ambitious young teacher arrives in a rural town to assume the duties of vice-principal.
Director Jack Hively (1940)
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Film about the rigours of life in the drought and famine-beset north-east of Brazil.
Last in the series about the pleasures of birdwatching.
Subtitled (news) Jumpcuts
How academics in Manchester set about unravelling an Egytian mummy in the first such scientific study in Britain since the turn of the century.
The story of the highly-skilled pilots who steer vessels in and out of the world's major ports.
Regional News; Weather
Western starring John Wayne.
A cattleman becomes a rival in love and business with a casino owner.
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Manchester is bidding to host the Olympic Games in the year 2000. What are the city's chances of winning? Tessa Sanderson , who won javelin gold at the Los Angeles
Olympics in 1984, gives her verdict. With Charles Lambert.
Producer David Barber
r Western starring
Dorothy Malone Walter Brennan
Jack Wright , a peaceful store owner, accidentally kills a bank robber and is regarded as a hero. But when the man's brother vows revenge, the townspeople abandon Jack and his wife Martha to their fate.
Director Alfred Werker (1955)
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American comedy series. Gil dives headlong into a weekend of DIY, but is soon ready to throw in the hammer.
Presented by journalist RoyGreenslade.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Last in the series investigating issues of particular significance to Britain's black community. TalkingBlues
The death of Joy Gardner after being restrained by police prior to deportation has sent shock waves through the black community. But this case is only one in a list of events which reinforce the view commonly held in the community that the police are racist. All Black commissioned a survey which reveals the depth of black distrust for the police. What must the police do to alter this perception?
Producers Bea Freeman , Lucy Pilkington Series producer Charles Bruce
Including reports on sampling quinces and medlars from the National Fruit Collection, native orchids that have been reintroduced into the wild and a designer garden in an old farmyard. With Geoff Hamilton , Pippa Greenwood and Nick Wray. Series producer Laurence Vulliamy Executive producerTony Laryea
A Catalyst TV production for BBCtv
BBC BOOK: Gardeners' Wortd Practical Gardening Course by Geoff Hamilton , £ 19.99, is available from bookshops.
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Last in this series of the comedy from 1986. Including a performance of Concerto for
String Quartet and Next-Door Neighbour, recorded at the Oddfellows Hall, Peckham. Producer John Kilby
In July Off the Wallpresented short series about a unique exhibition which took place on the Byker housing estate in Newcastle upon Tyne, as Constable, Warhol, Goya and Miro competed for space in a derelict grocer's store, a council house and the local pub. Tonight's compilation follows the experiment from start to finish as six Byker residents - the show's curators - embark on a whistle-stop tour of England's galleries, dealers and artists. From the Yorkshire
Sculpture Park near Wakefield to the Tate Gallery, they search for works to borrow and bring back to the estate. But what does it take to mount an exhibition of art worth a million, and how will the neighbours react when the amateur curators finally open their show? With Muriel Gray.
Series producer Keith Alexander
It was the end of an era for heavy metal legends Iron
Maiden when vocalist
Bruce Dickinson left to pursue a solo career. This programme features his final concert with the band and includes a performance by horror magician Simon Drake. The concert comes to a climax with a mixture of rock and blood-tingling illusion set in Dante's Inferno: the band have always been famous for their stage sets and special lighting. Iron Maiden were formed in the late 1970s, the brainchild of bass player Steve Harris. Dickinson subsequently replaced original vocalist Paul Dianno.
Bizarre cult comedy from Finland which tells the tale of the Leningrad Cowboys, billed as the worst band in the world, who despair of making the big time in the tundra. They are advised to try their luck in America where people will, apparently, swallow anything. Aki Kaurismaki 's off-the-wall road movie features a guest appearance by American director Jim Jarmusch. Leningrad Cowboys THEMSELVES
(1989) Stereo Subtitled
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