Cheery musical starring
Fred MacMurray and Tommy Steele . Philadelphia , 1916: an eccentric alligator-keeping millionaire, Anthony J Drexel Biddle , is outraged to find that his daughter is in love with a rival family's son. Review page 58.
Director Norman Tokar (1967, U)
Anthony J Drexel
1/4; series nine. Time to Settle Down. Complications arise after Lionel's former publisher Alistair proposes to Judith. Starring Judi Dench and Geoffrey Palmer. Writer Bob Larbey ; Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
As Good Friday traditionally heralds the start of the gardening year, Carol Klein visits Great Dixter's head gardener as he prepares for this weekend's opening. Plus, what customers look for in garden centres.
Producer Andy Vernon ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: in the April issue,
Joe Swift creates two garden border designs based around the UK's favourite climber, clematis. On sale 26 March, price E3.30
Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: p41; "Purple Sensation" plant: p42
11/13; series two. Adrift. Gwen investigates the disappearance of a local teenager. Episode 12 can be seen at 10.30pm on BBC3.
Writer Chris Chibnall ; Director Mark Everest Shown on Wednesday at 10pm on BBC3 Regular cast on Wednesday (HD)
Drama based on the true story of America's first hijacking terrorist, starring Sean Penn. 1970s America: office furniture salesman Samuel Bicke attributes his woes to the failed promises of Nixon's administration. The frustrated Bicke formulates a plan to hijack a plane and fly it into the White House. Review p58.
Director Nils Mueller (2004, 15)
Warren Beatty . California , 1968: George Roundy , a Beverly Hills hairdresser, is devoted to his clients but yearns for a business of his own. Review page 58.
Director Hal Ashby (1975, 18)
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