Animation. Noddy lifts Big Ears' spirits. (Repeat)
A special edition of the pre-school comedy. Stereo .........
Cartoon fantasy. Repeat Stereo Subtitled ..
Equinedrama. Repeat Subtitled ..
A spacecraft crashes. Repeat Stereo Subtitled..
Cartoon. Hadji falls for a beautiful girl he rescues from a mugging..............
The series from 1991.
Calley receives some good news.
Written by Kay Trainor Repeat Subtitled ...
Bands hoping to make it big in 1998, plus areportfrom New York on rap performer Usher, and Tona De Brett , who is voice coach to the stars. With Jamie Theakston and Jayne Middlemiss.
Double bill of cartoon fun from Springfield. MoaningUsa. Lisa is feeling uncharacteristically down in the dumps. Two Cars in Every Garage, Three Eyes on Every Fish. Homer's boss, MrBurns, stands for election as state governor.
Classic gangster movie, the first in a double bill offilms starring
Also starring Pat O'Brien Humphrey Bogart
"Rocky" and Jerry are two boys growing up together in the slums of New York. But they find themselves on opposite sides when one turns into a hardened criminal while the other becomes a priest.
Director Michael Curtiz (1938. PG)
Black and white Subtitled.......
♦ See Rims: pages 44-49
' Classic crime drama, the second of today's double bill starring
Ruthless gunman Cody Jarrett and his gang pull off a$300,000 train robbery, but commit murder in the process and take refuge in a remote mountain cabin.
Director Raoul Walsh (1949, 15)
Black and white ♦ See Films: pages 44-49 *****
Arthur Cody Jarrett:
Hank FallonjVic Pardo:
Giovanni Cotton Valetti:
Julian Tutt presents coverage from the Austrian resort of Innsbruck, as ski jumpers prepare for next month's Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan, while Hazel Irvine has the latest action from the men'sWorldCupcircuit. Stereo .
Coverage from three of the first-round clashes includes the match featuring fourth-seed Martin Adams.
In a special edition, the finance series looks into a controversial wildlife conservation project in southern Africa that aims to help poverty-stricken communities.
By ploughing the profits from big-game hunting back into poor areas, the dual aim is to arrest economic decline while also encouraging communities to protect rare animal species. Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
Michael Cockerell 's series of how-to guides explainingthe intricacies of top government jobs continues with a one-off programme reveali ng the tricks of a foreign secretary's trade.
Present incumbent Robin
Cook and sixformer occupants of the position talk candidly about the challenges of thejob while
Cockerell demonstrates howthe demands and scope of the office have changed overthe years.
As Cook felt his way into the job, he admitted after his first fortnight that he "was not sure whether I had been kidnapped and was being held hostage."
Producer Alison Cahn ; Editor Anne Tyerman
Drama, being shown to coincide with the release laterthis month of James
Cameron's Titanic. Starring Kenneth More
April 1912: on hermaiden voyage to New York, the liner
Titanic is crowded with the rich and fashionable, but disaster is looming for the huge vessel they all believe to be "unsinkable".
Director Roy Baker (1958, PG)
Black and white
♦ See Films: pages 44–49 ****
The first of tonight's two films beginning a new season of cult movies, introduced by Mark Cousins. (Darkness in Tallinn follows later at 12.15am.)
John Carpenter's chiller, starring Adrienne Barbeau, Hal Holbrook, Jamie Lee Curtis
Local legend tells of a ship lured on to the rocks of Antonio Bay being enveloped by a supernatural cloud as it sank; the myth says that when this mysterious mist returns, the murdered mariners will rise up seeking vengeance. A hundred years later, the town's late-night DJ broadcasts a fog warning - a prelude to two nights of terror. Showing in widescreen format. (1980,15)
See Films: pages 44-49 ***
A cult above the rest: page 43
Action from this evening's opening-round clashes atthe Lakeside Country Club, with matches featuring Ronnie Baxter , Marshal James and Richie Burnett. Introduced by Dougie Donnelly , Stereo .
Mark Cousins introduces the second of two cult films in the new Moviedrome season.
Darkness in Tallinn
Crime thriller. In 1991, independent Estonia awaits the return of$million in gold that has been secretly lying in a Parisian bank vault for nearly half a century.
Unfortunately for Toivo, a young electrician, the ruthless local Mafia have devised a daringand ingenious heist requiring his collaboration. In Estonian and Russian with English subtitles.
Director IlkkaJarvilaturi (1993, 15) Black and white and colour
♦ See Films: pages 44-49 **** ♦ A cult above the rest: page 43
Followed by Weatherview