Gripping adventure starring Alan Ladd. While en route to South Africa, Duncan meets Judie, who is looking for her missing father, and soon finds himself embroiled in the mystery. Review page 38. (1954, U)
Action from Crystal Palace as the world's elite athletes finalise their preparations ahead of August's world championships in Berlin. Jamaican sprint sensation and triple Olympic champion Usain Bolt , who recently ran the fourth fastest 200m time in history at Lausanne despite a strong headwind, switches to the 100m for the first time at this venue, while Russian pole vault star Yelena Isinbayeva comes to London with six previous Grand Prix wins under her belt.
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Toby Buckland, Carol Klein and Joe Swift provide tips on seasonal planting and how to make the most of your own garden space, in the second of the week's programmes from Tatton Park, Cheshire. Including a detailed look at the horticultural highlights of this year's show and the stories behind them.
5/7. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May seek petrolhead heaven in three Â£1,500 rear-wheel drive coupes and find themselves entered in a French ice race. Also, Richard tries to speed up holiday flights by inventing the sport of airport vehicle racing, Jeremy walks with dinosaurs in the new BMW Z4 and actress Sienna Miller is the Star in the Reasonably Priced Car.
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Stephen Fry is at the helm as the show that explores the world of fascinating facts examines the flotsam and jetsam of nautical minutiae.
The motley crew comprises Charlie Higson, Andy Hamilton, Rob Brydon and Alan Davies. Director Ian Lorimer
Producers John Lloyd and Piers Fletcher
Documentary that explores the Canadian musician's awe-inspiring body of work since the 1960s, gaining unprecedented access to one of the world's most enduring artists. With contributions from Stephen Stills , David Crosby , Nils Lofgren , James Taylor and Graham Nash.
Director/Producer Ben Whalley First shown on BBC4
1/22; series three. An old flame of Allison's turns up out of the blue, but does not realise he is dead until it is pointed out to him, at which point he decides to remain in her house - much to Joe's chagrin. Stars Patricia Arguette.
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