Swashbuckling adventure stamngTony Curtis, Janet Leigh
Myles, son of the disgraced Earl of Falworth, fights treachery in the court of Henry IV to redeem his family name and win the hand of Lady Anne.
Director Rudolph Mate (1954) .......... ♦See Films: pages 47-54
First of a five-part series that uses letters to the editor of The Times newspaper, from 1913 to 1919, to provide an insight into one of the most fateful periods in 20th-century history. Ulster So Near; the Balkans So Far (1913-1914). This first programme concentrates on the confusion and uncertainty leading up to the outbreak of war in 1914. Other issues of the day were the building of a Channel tunnel and the political situation in Ulster. Correspondents include dramatists George Bernard Shaw and John Galsworthy , and universal suffrage campaigner Emily Pankhurst.
Director Andrew Nelson ; Producers Stephen Hearst and Aubrey Singer B/W Stereo ...............
Rick Stein travels to Brittany, where
French chef Charles Fontaine prepares a seafood pie. Back in Cornwall, a friend shows him a secret spot to catch bass, while on the sands ofthe Camel Estuary he prepares a seafood salad. Director/Producer David Pritchard
Behind the closed doors of modern government are the forgotten remnants of Henry Vlll's great lost palace -
Whitehall. Simon Thurley explains how the palace was destroyed.
Elain Harwood enters the world of the Victorian lunatic asylum, visiting the Claybury hospital in Middlesex.
Finally, following Sunderland FC's promotion to the Premier League, a farewell to an old ground with an impressive history. With Kirsty Wark. Series producer Basil Comely; Executive producer
This week's edition is devoted to Paris.
Five Parisiennes - including fashion designer Sonia Rykiel - reveal their favourite restaurants. Plus, swapping your home for a summer pied-a-terre in the city, cheap accommodation and a look at the numerous secret gardens. Sophie Campbell heads out of town to the old royal haunt of Fontainebleau and samples the glamour of Deauville. Presented by Penny Junor .
Producers Anna Beattie and Helen Bullough
Editor Liz Warner
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Coinciding with South African president Nelson Mandela 's first state visit to Britain, this film charts the first year of democracy for three people from Kwazulu-Natal who, having completed a psychological counselling course in London, were determined to help heal the wounds suffered under apartheid. Thuli Myeni's main work is Aids education and counselling; half the people tested at the local hospital for HIV get a positive result. Meshack Madonsela, an inspector for black schools, wants to use his new skills to help teachers under pressure. And Bheki Ntombela returns to his job as a psychiatric nurse - under the same management that were in place before the election. Last in the series.
Series producer Bob Long
12.30 Acid Politics Rpt
1.30 The Cornflake Story
2.00 Perfect Pictures Essentials - improving photography.
4.00 So You Want to Work in Social
Care? How to Qualify Rpt 39831 4.30 So You Want to Work in Social Care?
Qualifications for Care
5.00 So You Want to Work in Social Care?
Continuing Professional Development in Social Work Rpt 77928 5.30 Health and Safety at Work
6.00 Scaling the Salt Barrier
6163015 6.25 16th-Century Venice and Antwerp Rpt 6142522 6.50 Ferrera Rpt
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