Sweeping John Ford western starring Claudette Colbert. In pre-Revolutionary America, a newly married couple join other settlers on the frontier of the Mohawk Valley.
Review page 60. Director John Ford (1939, PG)
Gilbert 'Gil' Martin:
Magdelana 'Lana' Martin:
With the number of people submitting ideas for patents in the UK at an all-time high, The Money Programme's Libby Potter explores this enterprising trend.
Producer Charles Miller ; Editor Clive Edwards
6/6. The mystery behind a fatal plane crash in the Second World War is revealed.
Series producer Brendan Hughes 37 Explore high street history at www.open2.net/historydetectives/ Free Open University guide available by calling [number removed](landline calls cost max 8p per min) or via the above website
3/8. A new project on an estate in Bradford sees allotments created for the local residents.
Producer Robert Letts GARDENS ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE: the November issue is out now, priced E3.85
Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: page 47
5/10. Indignant that Queen Katherine's nephew has released the French king from his custody, Henry redoubles the pressure on Wolsey to facilitate his divorce.
Repeated tomorrow (HD) Programme guide at www.radiotimes.com/the-tudors
King Henry VIII:
Cardinal Thomas Wolsey:
Thomas Tallis Joe:
7/12; series five. Stephen Fry and guests cast light on the murky world of espionage. The next episode follows immediately on BBC4.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer Piers Fletcher Discover why we watch Q/ at www.radiotimes.com/gi-blog
New series 1/7. The eclectic music show returns for its 30th series, with previous guests Hard-Fi joined by original punk rocker Siouxsie Sioux and Richard Hawley , plus three Later.... debuts from Laura Marling , Soil and Kaki King.
Director Janet Fraser Cook ; Producer Alison Howe Jools' rules: page 39
Heart-warming sports drama based on a true story starring Dennis Quaid. Twelve years after his career is curtailed by a shoulder injury, a baseball player discovers he can pitch a ball faster than before. Review page 60.
Director John Lee Hancock (2002, U)
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