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Bernie finds Cornell's diary.
Kids try to secrete celebrities in their homes.
Magazine show including Thumb Wrestling Federation and Hedz.
Justine is left in charge.
Ostriches Trevor and Honey become parents. (Revised rpt)
Daniel Radcliffe talks about his role in the The December Boys.
Shown last Tuesday on BBC1
A profile of the renowned film-maker, whose five-decade long career encompassed some of Hollywood's best-loved movies. A double bill of his films follows. Director Kevin Macdonald
Producer Paula Jalfon
★★★★★ Howard Hawks's sizzling Second World War drama starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall. Francehas fallen and Harry Morgan is earning his living on the island of Martinique. He prefers to remain neutral, but soon begins to question his own attitude of cynical detachment. Review page 39.
(1944. PG) (BW)
Howard Hawks western starring John Wayne.
Following a daring bullion robbery by Confederate soldiers, Colonel Cord McNally vows to find the two Yankee traitors who were responsible for the death of his best friend. Review page 39. (1970, PG)
11/9. Introducing the creatures that inhabit the ocean's depths. Concludes with Making Waves, an insight into the filming of the series. David Attenborough narrates. Producer Alastair Fothergill
Second World War adventure starring David McCallum.
In 1944, RAF pilot Quint Munroe discovers that Allied prisoners are being used as a human shield when he takes command of a squadron after his best friend is lost in action.
Review page 39. (1968, PG)
A culturally and historically revealing documentary following curator Jane Portal as she travels to
1 China to choose the warrior figures to include in the British Museum's new exhibition, The First Emperor:
China's Terracotta Army, which opened last week. The discovery of the terracotta warriors, which were buried alongside China's first emperor Oin
Shihuangdi in readiness for the afterlife, was one of the 20th century's most exciting archaeological finds. Presenter Dan Snow goes to China to explain the history of the army and put it into context, while the logistics of mounting the exhibition are also revealed. Director/Producer Deborah Perkin
Repeated on Tuesday at 7pm (HD) BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE: the September issue has an article by Dan Snow on the terracotta warriors, plus a 20-point history of China. Visit www.bbchistorymagazine.com for video footage of Dan Snow in the British Museum. Magazine, out now, priced E3.60
Beginning a weekend of catch-up episodes, this documentary examines the impact the series has had, offers cast interviews and goes behind the scenes.
Series producer Adam Page
1/23. Genesis. A professor in Mumbai travels to the US and uncovers research suggesting that certain humans are developing superpowers.
9.55 2/23. Don't Look Back. Mohinder is saved from attack by a woman.
10.40 3/23. One Giant Leap. Claire attempts to maintain a normal life.
11.20 4/23. Collision. Hiro exploits his powers to help Ando win in a casino.
12.05 AM 5/23. Hiros. The heroes face the consequences of their abilities.
12.50 6/23. Better Halves. Hiro and Ando's journey from Las Vegas to New York is delayed. The next episode is tomorrow at 10.45pm.
L Download the podcast of BBC 7's Saturday fan forum show at www.bbc.co.uk/heroes
Why watch Heroes?: page 49; Check out the programme guide at www.radiotimes.com/heroes
4/6; series three. Akie. Bruce Parry has to face his fears on the savanna in Tanzania.
Shown last Tuesday FOCUS MAGAZINE: featuring the autumn issue has an interview with Bruce Parry. Out now. priced E3.40
Crime drama starring John Payne as a man discharged from the army suffering from amnesia who is shocked to be
- told that he used to be a gangster. Review page 39.
Director Robert Florey (1949) (BW)