Looking at Cezanne's the Lake ofAnnecy.
With Lindsay Tilney , sporting gunsmith.
Scotland Yard car park attendant Norman Pitkin dreams of becoming a policeman, and decides to prove his worth.
Director Robert Asher (1962)
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Western starring Gregory Peck
As the Apache nation goes on the warpath, tough disciplinarian Captain
Richard Lance selects six men for a vital mission.
Director Gordon Douglas (
Eamonn Holmes reports from the Spanish resort of Marbella.
Last in the series about personal taste in the home.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Subtitled (news) See Hear!
With signing and subtitles.
Profile of the Yorkshire town of Halifax.
Golf: the Masters 93 As a prelude to the US
Masters, which starts on Thursday on BBCl, highlights of last year's event.
Nostalgia quiz. Stereo 969,
Welsh-language soap with English subtitles.
A report on how local pubs are struggling to survive.
Plants for dry, sunny places; an inspirational roof garden; and the humble origins of the multi-hued polyanthus uncovered by naturalist Richard Mabey.
Adventure starring Charles Durning.
Near a remote Amazon settlement, an orphaned boy grows up in the jungle. One day a well-meaning priest brings him to a city orphanage where he recognises one of his mother's murderers. With a friend he plans to unmask him.
The five successful competitors from last week's semi-finals hope for a place in Sunday's Concerto Final.
Introduced by Sarah Greene. (Tomorrow the woodwind final)
The presenters of Food and Drink are in celebratory mood as they commemorate the 200th edition of the programme and last in the current series.
Michael Barry prepares two all-time favourite recipes which topped a special viewers' poll - salmon-en-croute and crafty chocolate cake. Jilly Goolden and Oz Clarke look again at some of the best wines they were the first to popularise: New Zealand and east European whites, Spanish and Chilean reds. And there's another chance to see the late
John Wilcock , the Sheffield lorry driver, accompany
Raymond Blanc to cook and eat with the great chef's mother. Studio director Linda Nash
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks A Bazal production for BBCtv
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Dr Ruth. 25 April 1985. To his acute embarrassment, Sam has become the controversial sex therapist Dr Ruth in the middle of a radio phone-in show.
Fay Presto - Illusions of Grandeur
Fay Presto is one of the most sought-after magicians in Britain. At society parties and high-powered functions, she astonishes the good and the great with her close-up magic: making a bottle pass through a table, pushing a cigarette through a pound coin. All in front of your very eyes.
But there are two tricks that Fay just can't grasp: to become a mainstream star and to be accepted as a woman. In the male-dominated world of the Magic Circle, her gender is a problem; and Fay has a past that nobody will let her forget. Director Sally George
Series editor Paul Watson
In scripting the lives of the rich and famous, biographers seem increasingly to be resorting to gossip. Tonight's programme, presented by Melvyn Bragg , asks whether it is a case of real lives or real lies.
Series editor Michael Poole
BrigitteBardot's career as a sex kitten was launched by Roger Vadim 's provocative tale of an uninhibited woman married to the wrong man. A French film with English subtitles.
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