Fantasy adventure, based on H
Rider Haggard's classic novel, starring Ursula Andress , John Richardson and Peter Cushing.
Explorer Leo Vincey is persuaded to look for a lost city in the African desert. Review page 61.
Director Robert Day (1965. U)
3/8; series two. Arran to Gretna. A trip along Scotland's south-west coast from Arran to Gretna, passing the sand dunes where Alfred Nobel created the world's largest explosives factory, the only place in the UK ever visited by Elvis, and the southerly point in Scotland where homage is paid to Britain's foghorns. Series prod Steve Evanson Exec prod Gill Tierney
2/3. Have You Got Rich? Andrew Verity investigates how rocketing house prices have made property an attractive investment. Travelling around the country he meets those who have cashed in on the boom, but also discovers that others are having problems moving up the property ladder. He asks whether property is still a good investment or if high prices are standing in the way of people owning their dream homes. Producer Anouk Curry ; Series producer Richard Bee
Signed repeat next week on BBC1
4/6. The Vivienne Vyle Show is nominated for an award and everyone on the team is quietly confident of success finally, all except Vivienne who would rather see her football team play. Strong language. Fern Britton Herself Lynn Faulds Wood Herself
Writers Jennifer Saunders and Dr Tanya Byron
Director Rupert Jones ; Producer Jo Sargent
Man at football:
Carol, floor manager:
3/12. Graham fills up his sofa with guests actor Josh Hartnett and singer/songwiter Rufus Wainwright.
Director Steve Smith ; Producer Jon Magnusson An extended uncut version of the show can be seen next Sunday
Recorded live at the Roundhouse in Camden, Macca performs a one-off gig inspired by the festival's theme of "new moments in music", that should feature songs from his album Memory Almost Full. Kaiser
Chiefs at the BBC Electric Proms tomorrow at 11.35pm. Also broadcast on Radio 2 at 8pm
Digital viewers can watch footage from Paul McCartney 's concert from 6.00am tomorrow
Exclusive Paul McCartney interview: page 18
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