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A visitto Valencia in Spain. Repeat .....
Hoveton Hall in Norfolk. Repeat
Barry Norman reviews the latest film releases, including Last Man Standing, Multiplicity and Jane Eyre.
Shown lastMondayonBBCl Stereo Subtitled ....
/ Drama, opening a Saturday
Mat/nee double bill and the first of today's three films starring
At Peking, an assortment of characters boards a train which begins a journey of passion and danger through war-torn China.
Director Josefvon Sternberg (1932, PG)
Blackandwhite ♦See Films: pages 58-64
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Comedy western, concluding the Saturday Matinée double bill and the second ottoday three films starring Marlene Dietrich
Also featuring James Stewart
Mild-mannered lawman Tom Destry is mocked by the inhabitants of Bottle Neck when he tries to clean up the town. He soon comes up against Frenchy, a brassy showgirl and girlfriend of Kent, who runs a saloon and various forms of corruption.
Director George Marshall (1939) Black and white. 529 The third of today's films starring Marlene Dietrich is The Scarlet Empress, tonight at 12.25am on BBC2.
* See Films: pages 58-64 *****
Lily Belle Callahan:
Judge Hiram JSIade:
Another chance to see the pilot episode of the latest Star Trek series.
Caretaker. A group of freedom fighters called the Maquis takes up arms to combat a new treaty between Cardassia and the Federation.
Captain Kathryn Janewayof the Starship Voyager pursues a Maquis ship into the Badlands, onlyto be catapulted 70,000 light years into an uncharted quad rant of space.
Repeat Stereo Subtitled..... A new series of Star Trek: Voyager starts tomorrow at 6.45pm on BBC2.
* See Sci-Fi: page 50
More hit music from the Top of the Pops archive plus today's chart action and music from around the world.
Another chance to see the second episode of the drama about the controversial British adventurer.
All the World's Gold. Rhodes invites a young clerk to oversee his business interests while he takes his seat in the Cape parliament, but there are problems in Kimberley. However, tragedy only serves to strengthen
Rhodes's determination to acquire the Kimberley diamond mine.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1
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Presented by Jennie Bond. Subtitled
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The mood of the USA in the run up to the presidential election is the theme of two special editions of Correspondent.
In the first, presenter Charles Wheeler asks whyyoung people are proving reluctant to vote; black right-wing activist Star Parkertakes her controversial views on welfare and affirmative action back to the streets of south central Los Angeles; and Martin Bell visits a Marine Corps boot camp to find out what the cadets feel about their country's future foreign relations.
Part two next week. See today's choices. Editor Keith Bowers
Russell Davies casts a critical eye over the week's national press.
The explosion in global communications is changing the world at a bewildering rate. As money, goods, information and even people flow unimpeded across borders, the old idea of the nation state is gradually being destroyed.
Sketch columnist Simon Hoggart presents his own personal observations on these changes in the first of a two-part documentary and talks to people who are the forefront of the new global reality including Bill Gates, head of Microsoft, Japanese thinker Kenichi Ohmae and "futurologists" Alvin Toffler and Arthur C Clarke. Part two next week.
Is it possible that a person can have a traumatic sexual experience in childhood, lose all memory of it and, years later, recover that memory? Ofra Bikel's prize-winning film looks at the controversial phenomenon of repressed memory through the testimony of children, parents and psychotherapists. Last in the series. See today's choices. Producer Charles Schuerhoff; Series editor
Nick Fraser Stereo
John Schlesinger talks about the opera scene from Citizen Kane and David Puttnam
choses his favourite movie moment from The Killing Fields.
Producer Nick Freand Jones
Drama starring Jane Fonda
Robert De Niro
Iris King , widowed for less that a year, is battling to keep her life in order. Stanley Cox is a single man, capable and hard-working; but he has a secret - he cannot read or write.
Showing in widescreen.
Director Martin Ritt (1989, 15)
# See Films: pages 58-64 ***
The last of today's three films starring Marlene Dietrich
Historical drama. The story of an innocent German princess who became the notorious Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia.
Sophia Frederica, Catherine 11 MARLENE DIETRICH Director Josef von Sternberg (1934)
Black and White
♦See Films: pages 58-64 ***** ♦See Barry Norman : page 58
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Catherine as a child: