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Disney comedy. An alien cat with special powers crash-lands on Earth and attracts the unwanted attention of the army as well as a gang of crooks. Review page 49. Director Norman Tokar (1978, U) **
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Lara Crooks introduces the second and concluding part of a Swedish view on the lives of deaf people in the US. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 3am on BBC1
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Animated screen version of Richard Adams's bestselling novel, featuring the voices of John Hurt, Richard Briers, Ralph Richardson and Roy Kinnear. When Fiver, a young buck rabbit, has a frightening vision of destruction, a group steals away to find a safer home.
Widescreen. Review page 49.
Director Martin Rosen (1978, U)
Drama based on a true story.
When his wife dies, Keith Lussier is told that he can't keep the foster child they hoped to adopt. But he opts to fight for custody. Review page 49.
Director Alan Metzger (1998)
Saturday Matinée action drama. When a skier is hurt in a fall, ambitious
David Chappellet gains a place on the US Olympic team. Despite hostility from his father and emotional entanglements,
Chappellet is willing to gamble his life to attain his goal.
Widescreen. Review page 49.
Director Michael Ritchie (1969. PG)
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Live coverage from Hopton-on-Sea in Norfolk of the singles semi-finals. Eventual champion Paul Foster defeated fellow Scot Alex Marshall 7-6, 1-7, 7-5, 7-5 to book his place in the final at this stage last year. Commentary from David Rhys Jones and David Corkill.
Editor Gerard Lane
Jane Moore of The Sun reviews the week's press.
Director Charles Kitchen ; Producer Christine Ruth
The stories behind some of the greatest orchestral works of the 20th century are explored in this new four-part series. La Mer. Michael Berkeley reveals the infidelity and scandal lying beneath Claude Debussy 's vivid evocation of the sea, La Mer. With contributions from pianist
Jean-Yves Thibaudet and the Oscar-winning film composer Anne Dudley , with the voice of Robert Lindsay as Debussy.
Directors Andy King-Dabbs and Peter Maniura Behind the music: page 22
Third of a four-part series in which Laurence Llewelyn -Bowen explores the history of interior design in Britain.
A Touch of Class. Llewelyn-Bowen looks at the influence of classical Rome and Greece on decorating, examining how dado rails, pediments and plaster-ceiling decorations have become familiar aspects of contemporary British interior design. He also examines the influence of figures such as Josiah Wedgwood , Robert Adam and William Kent. Director Tim Robinson ; Series producer Mary Downes
Radio 1 DJs Mark and Lard introduce a tribute to British comedy favourites The Two Ronnies. Ends 10.40pm.
A Perfect Two Ronnies Show Celebrities including David Frost , Michael Palin , John Cleese , Bill Cotton , Leslie Ash , Rhona Cameron , Patricia Routledge and the League of Gentlemen choose their favourite Two Ronnies sketch.
Producer Ben Kellett
9.50 The Long and Short of It Barry Cryer chairs a discussion tracing the Two Ronnies story from conception to the present day. Accompanied by archive clips, the much-loved duo themselves - Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett - share their memories, along with many of the show's writers.
Director/Producer Ben Kellett ; Love the Two Ronnies - Director Kerry Brierley ; Executive producer Alan Brown BBC DVD: The Very Best of The TwoRonnies, price £12.99
The Hustler. In an episode first shown in 1974, Fletcher finds that honour among thieves is in very short supply.
Written by Dick Clement , Ian La Frenais ; Producer Sydney Lotterby BBC DVD: Porridge, complete first series, price £12.99
Highlights from Bamako in Mali of the opening game of the 2002 African Cup of Nations. The tournament hosts get the 17th biennial tournament under way with a Group A match against the unpredictable Liberians. Presented by Garth Crooks. Commentary by Steve Wilson.
Producer Emma Josling ; Editor Andrew Clement
The European Figure Skating championships end with the conclusion of the ladies' singles section. Introduced by Sue Barker. Barry Davies and Robin Cousins commentate. Producers Julie Griffiths and Belinda Rogerson
Highlights from Hopton-on-Sea,
Norfolk, of today's semi-final action. Coverage of the final is in Sunday Grandstand from 3pm. <w)
Classic film noir. Ole "Swede"
Anderson waits in a boarding-house room for his death at the hands of two hit men. It's left to insurance investigator Jim Reardon to uncover the dead man's story. Review page 49.
Director Robert Siodmak (1946. PG) (BW)
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