Psychological drama starring James Mason , Barbara Rush and Walter Matthau. A teacher becomes addicted to a drug that's being used to treat his arthritis. Review page 88. Director Nicholas Ray (1956, 12A)
2/2. As race day looms, Griff soon realises that teaching Rory and Dara to sail is going to be a lot more difficult than he first thought. Rory stages a mutiny with unexpected results for the yacht's crew, while Dara finds out that steering the 20,000-tonne HMS Ark Royal is a lot easier than Griff's 50ft yacht. Can the Rolling Stones do their best to reunite the team so they can win the race? See choice, page 192. Shown on Wednesday 2 January at 9pm
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Snow Leopard: beyond the Myth. In 2004, a team from the Planet Earth series filmed the first ever intimate images of a wild snow leopard in the mountains of northern Pakistan. For Nisar Malik , the Pakistani journalist who led the expedition, the shoot marked a turning point in his life; compelled to return, he and cameraman Mark Smith spent two years documenting the snow leopard's daily life, finally lifting the veil on this, the most elusive of all the cats. Narrated by Richard Attenborough. Producers Vanessa Berlowitz , Jeff Wilson ; Series editor Tim Martin BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: January's issue has a feature on snow leopards, on sale 20 December, price E3.25
1/3. Sussex vicar Pete Owen Jones sets out to explore the physical elements of three great religions - Zen Buddhism, Hinduism and ascetic Christianity - starting at the famous Shaolin Temple in China's Henan Province, where he is tutored in Buddhist kung fu techniques - an experience he finds both mentally challenging and physically exhausting.
Verity Sharp meets the distinctive four-piece
Icelandic band in their native country and on their visit to the UK for the Electric Proms. She talks to them about their unique sound and their critically acclaimed film released last November.
Classic film noir starring Humphrey Bogart. Given a chance to save his career, a talented but down-at-heel Hollywood scriptwriter baulks at the cheap novel he's been asked to adapt. Deliberating in a bar, he meets a girl who offers to help him. Review page 89.
Director Nicholas Ray (1950, PG) (BW)
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