Spoof western sequel to The Daleface starring Bob Hope as junior Potter, the son of a hero of the old West, who follows in his father's footsteps to claim his inheritance. Review page 54.
Director Frank Tashlin (1952, U)
Carpetright founder Lord Harris of Peckham appears on today show, which also tackles viewers' Questions on claiming benefits.
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6/12; series two. Bishop Bill arrives to help lift the spirits of the islanders after their traumatic start to the summer. Elsewhere, the preparations get under way for the launch of Radio Scilly.
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r Badgers - Secrets of the Sett. Never far from controversy, the badger has remained until recently a creature about which we know relatively little. Shot by cameras concealed deep within a sett in the Devon countryside, this film, narrated by David Attenborough , offers a unique insight into the family life of what remains our best-loved wild animal.
Producer Andrew Cooper BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: February's issue includes an interview with Sir David Attenborough. On sale now, price E3.25 The Inside Story: page
Film exploring the bountiful wildlife inhabiting the Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Mevagissey in Cornwall, one of the UK's most popular botanical areas. Showing in the Wild strand. Producer Tom Hugh-Jones : Exec producer Vyv Simson
3/4. With their first performance at the school summer show under their belts, the choir must now convince singing expert Leonara Davies that they are good enough to perform at the Royal Albert Hall. Directors/Producers Harry Beney and Rob McCabe
3/6. Hot Chip return for their second visit to the studio to play tracks from their new album, Sheryl Crow performs songs from her sixth album, Detours, and Liza Minnelli joins Jools at the piano for a song and a chat. Plus the SugaRush Beat Company.
Director Janet Fraser Cook ; Producer Alison Howe Best performances: www.radiotimes.com/jools-holland
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