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: Shot in the Dark

Murder mystery.
A vicar investigates the death of an unpopular old skinflint. Director George Pearson (1933)
FILM REVIEWS pages 46-65

Contributors

Director: George Pearson

: Breakfast News

With signing.

: They Flew Alone

Biopic continuing the short season of films starring Anna Neagle. The tale of the marriage of flying aces Amy Johnson and Jim Mollinson. (1941)

Contributors

Director: Herbert Wilcox
Amy Johnson: Anna Neagle
Robert Newton: Jim Mollinson

: Fine Cut

Film-maker Melissa Llewelyn-Da vies's memories of working in Kenya. Rpt

Contributors

Unknown: Melissa Llewelyn-Da

: Made by Man

The organ builder.

: Lassie: Countdown

Canine adventure set near the Nasa base at Cape Kennedy.
Director Dick Moder (1975)

Contributors

Director: Dick Moder

: M*A*S*H

Hawkeye and BJ order a banned movie. Rpt

: Children's BBC: Brum

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC): Chris Jarvis

: A Day that Shook the World

The day the Battle of the Somme began.

: The First Noels

The Protestant Christmas.

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
Songs of Praise
Cliff Richard leads Christian relief agency the Tear Fund'sday of prayer.

Contributors

Unknown: Cliff Richard

: CountryFile

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
Radio Nuts
A look at the affection and obsessions inspired by radio.

: News and Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Audrey Hepburn: In Her Own Words

A tribute to the late actress.

: Delia Smith's Christmas

Today: parsnip roulade.

: Star Trek

Plato's Stepchildren
The Enterprises officers become the slaves of a race which rules by will-power.

: Glorious Gower

David Gower looks back on his illustrious cricketing career. With Tony Lewis.
ProducerCarl Hicks

Contributors

Unknown: David Gower
Unknown: Tony Lewis.
Unknown: Producercarl Hicks

: Personal Best

Scottish sprinter
Cameron Sharp was approaching the peak of his athletic career when a car crash left him unable to walk, barely able to talk. His slow, painful but determined fightback is the subject of this film.
Sharp was among the earliest patients to be treated at the first national head injuries unit in Scotland, now recognised worldwide for its work. His progress through physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and psychotherapy, to the point when after three months he forces himself to stand upright, is uplifting. Sharp uses his athletic training to push himself hard towards recovery.
"The film carries a message of hope," says producer and director Jackie Bird. "No matter how bad things may seem, if you have belief in yourself you can achieve great things."

Contributors

Unknown: Cameron Sharp
Director: Jackie Bird.

: The Travel Show

Holy Land Special
Paddy Haycocks explores
Jerusalem, Carol Smillie goes on the Galilee pilgrim trail and Matthew Collins works on a kibbutz. With Penny Junor. Executive producer Tony Moss Series producer Rachel Hebditch

Contributors

Unknown: Paddy Haycocks
Unknown: Carol Smillie
Unknown: Matthew Collins
Producer: Tony Moss
Producer: Rachel Hebditch

: Seinfield

American sitcom. George is rushed to hospital.

: Stark

The final episode in Ben Elton 's adventure comedy set in Australia about a motley group of eco-activists who uncover a plot to destroy the world - the Stark conspiracy. The Stark master-plan for the planet earth is now in its final countdown, with the would-be heroes of the hour in the conspirators' clutches. Can
Zimmerman lead the team to freedom and find Stark in time?
Producers David Parker , Michael Wearing and Timothy White ; Director Nadia Tass

Contributors

Unknown: Ben Elton
Producers: David Parker
Producers: Michael Wearing
Producers: Timothy White
Sly Morgan: Colin Friels
CD: Ben Elton
Zimmerman: Derrick O'Connor
Rachel: Jacqueline McKenzie
Christie: Deborra-Lee Furness
Walter: Bill Walus
Karen: Fiona Press
Ocker Tyron: Bill Hunter

: The House that Time Forgot

The story of number 7, Blyth Grove , Worksop - the only suburban semi owned by the National Trust.
(Postponed from 24 November)
Rewsedrpt
Followed by Christmas in Sarajevo

Contributors

Unknown: Blyth Grove

: Newsnight

Presented by Sue Cameron.

Contributors

Presented By: Sue Cameron.

: Weatherview

: Feelings

In tonight's drama about the experiences of disabled people, Kate Lazenby tells of the problems of endless battles with officialdom.

Contributors

Unknown: Kate Lazenby

: Gardens of Stone

Vietnam war drama starring
James Caan
Anjelica Huston Virginia, 1968: while war rages in Vietnam, Sergeant Clell Hazard, a decorated veteran, is assigned to a unit which conducts military burials. He takes new recruit Jackie Willow under his wing but the young soldier is set on serving in Vietnam.
Director Francis Coppola (1987)

Contributors

Unknown: James Caan
Unknown: Anjelica Huston
Unknown: Jackie Willow
Director: Francis Coppola
Sergeant Clell Hazard: James Caan
Samantha Davis: Anjelica Huston
Jackie Willow: Db Sweenev
Sergeant Major Nelson: James Earl Jones
Captain Homer Thomas: Dean Stockwell








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