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Code of Honour An episode deemed by many, including some of the cast, to be un-PC. Tasha Yar's life is in peril when she is forced into a dangerous duel.
2.35 The Last Outpost. There is tension aboard the Enterprise when the crew believe they are being held captive.
** Star-studded Second
World War adventure. PoWs working on an archaeological dig plan the rescue of ten Greek islanders threatened with death following the killing of two Nazi officers. Review page 42.
Director George Pan Cosmatos
Major Otto Hecht:
Dottie Del Mar:
On what is hopefully a sun-kissed evening, with the sun slowly setting in the west, and some of the world's greatest golfers in action, Gary Lineker presents live coverage of the penultimate day at the Royal Liverpool Club at Hoylake.
Many fans will be hoping that a British talent is in contention for the trophy that has not been won by a home-grown player for seven years. Could amateur qualifier Warren Bladon produce a greater upset than Paul Lawrie 's 1999 win?
Commentary from Peter Alliss and Mark Jamesand reports from Hazel Irvine. Highlights at
11.05pm. See Sunday's choice. Digital viewers can access three screens offering a choice of player groups and daily highlights, plus a full leaderboard service and news section
Bawdy comedy starring Sidney James and Kenneth Williams. The Carry On team rewrite history with this account of Henry VIII 's marital problems. Henry weds Marie de Normandy but is appalled to discover her liking for garlic. Review page 42.
Director Gerald Thomas (1971, PG)
Sir Roger de Loggerley:
Lord Hampton of Wick:
New series 1/8. An affectionate look at the story of popular entertainment. Narrated by Stephen Fry.
The Double Acts. Great duos have been an integral part of mass popular culture for decades, but why do the public love them so much? And why have so many successful double acts ended up hating each other? Cannon and Ball are among those who shed light on famous comedy fall-outs, with further contributions from Mike Winters and David Baddiel , while Little and Large and Vic Reeves discuss their more successful partnerships in showbiz.
Producer Andy Humphries ; Series editor Anna Gien Nice to tee you - Paul Merton meets Bruce Forsyth : p20
Will China, Corby and coffee confuse David Mitchell , Bill Bailey , Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies as they pit their wits against erudite host Stephen Fry. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd
Postponed from 8 July
Poignant drama set in Dublin in the 1960s, starring Albert Finney as a poetry-loving bus conductor whose dream is to stage an Oscar Wilde play in the local village hall. Review page 42.
Director Suri Krishnamma (1994, 15)
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