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The Roundabout Stop. Rpt
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The team investigates a claim that jury members in a murder trial have been threatened. Rpt
Jacques Pepin prepares dishes from around the world.
With Toby Anstis.
Fun with the little penguin. (Rpt)
BBC Pingu Magazine: price 70p from newsagents.
Today's storytellers: Vicky Liconsh and Paul Bhattacharjee.
Puppet comedy drama.
(Part 7 next Monday) Stereo
The world of design and ways to appreciate it. This week: sports clothing, preserving our heritage and a look at popular footwear.
The secret of who stole the diary is discovered at last.
Episode written by Kevin Hood
Stephen is haunted by a ghost from the past. Michael's treachery lands Julie in deep water. Gaby starts a new career.
With Anna Ford and Jennie Bond. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish 8
Comedy with the stars of Crocodile Dundee, Paul Hogan, Linda Kozlowski
Street-smart thief Terry Dean's life of crime is ended by an instinctive, unselfish act - or so he thinks. Believing he died but has been returned to earth as a probationary angel, he devotes his dubious talents to good causes, even though it means bending one or two Commandments along the way. Charlton Heston appears in a cameo role as God. (1990)
With Michael Buerk. Subtitled
Weather Michael Fish
By the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, Gordon Brown. (Repeatedat 10.30pm on BBC2 and 1 0.40pm on ITV) Subtitled
In the past decade the Basque separatist group Eta has killed
800 people, almost as many as the Provisional IRA over the same period.
Peter Taylor 's third film In the series investigating state response to terrorism traces the rise and fall of Eta. It focuses on the experiences of a group of friends from Ordizia, a Basque village in northern Spain, who Joined Eta in the early 70s as part of the struggle against the dictator General Franco.
The survivors recall their reasons for joining Eta and describe their bombing campaigns. When Spain embraced democracy Tanke, Loli and Koldo abandoned the struggle. Yoyes was murdered by her former comrades when she accepted the government's offer of an amnesty, and Txato was assassinated by a right-wing hit squad, established with Spanish state funds.
The film includes a unique
Interview with Rafael Vera ,
Madrid's counter-terrorist chief, who says: "I will negotiate with Eta, but only for their surrender." Producer Charles Fumeaux
Executive producer Steve Hewlett
Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
From the Royal Albert Hall.
Henry Akinwande defends his European heavyweight title against Italy's Biagio Chianese. Akinwande extended his unbeaten record against
American Frankie Swindell in Sun City last month; the 28-year-old Londoner is looking for another victory before his projected meeting with British champion Herbie Hide in the new year. The Italian challenger weighed 18 stones for his last fight and should prove an awkward opponent for the 6ft 8ins Akinwande.
A roundup of the best of the latest action in the Premiership. Plus the news of the day. Producer Vivien Kent
Editor Brian Barwick
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