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Playdays The Tent Stop.
Sequel to The Three
Oliver Reed , Faye Dunaway
Michael York , Raquel Welch
Newly-invested Musketeer D'Artagnan is joined by his three colleagues in another swashbuckling adventure.
Director Richard Lester (1974) Subtitled. * See Films: pages 49-72 ***
The Tale of Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny.
Animated version of a Beatrix Potter classic.
The second and concluding part of the adventures of a family who are 15cm high. Pod IAN HOLM. Homily PENELOPE WILTON,
Arrietty REBECCA CALLARD , Spiller DANIEL NEWMAN. George PAUL CROSS. Mildeye TONY HAYGARTH , Mrs Driver SIAN PHILLIPS. Crampfuri DAVID RYALL. Uncle
Hendreary STANLEY GABOR. Aunty Lupy PAMELA CUNDELL, Eggletina VICTORIA DONOVAN
Part 1 yesterday 1.40pm Producer Grainne Marmion
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Helen Slater , Faye Dunaway
Peter O'Toole , Mia Farrow
When one of the planet Argo's power sources is accidentally sent into outer space, Supergirl is sent to retrieve it.
Director Jeannot Szwarc ( 1984) * See Films: pages 49-72 **
Some of the more dramatic highlights from 1995. Stereo Subtitled .........
Annalise's edginess is explained but can Kart confirm it? Business requires belt-tightening at the Stark house. Luke dislikes deceiving Libby. Shown at 1.10pm
For cast see Wednesday 20 December
With Andrew Harvey. Subtitled
Weather Peter Cockroft
(For details see Monday 18 December)
Qualification was tough, but this is the final, and there's no room for the niceties of tactics, as ten of the wortd's biggest and strongest men do battle for the right to call themselves the World's Strongest Man. Can Iceland's Magnus verMagnusson retain his title in this year's final? The last four years have produced extremely close finishes and this year's competition proves to be no exception. Presented by Juliet Morris and Paul Dickenson.
Nearly 2,000 years after a donkey carried Mary into
Bethlehem, this archetypal beast of burden remains the only means of transport for many in the developing world. Frequently forced to carry loads heavierthan themselves over long distances and in searing heat, many donkeys spend theirshort lives exhausted, hungry and sick.
John Craven reports from Morocco on the plight that faces the donkey. See today's choices. Producer Dick Coithurst
♦ See This Week: page 10
As cinema reaches its 1 00th birthday, the popular entertainment panel game devotes an entire show to the movies in a titanic "Hollywood or Bust" battle.
Filmfansand actors Bryan Mosley
(Coronation Street's Alf Roberts ) and Paul O'Grady (alias Lily Savage) take the spotlight to test their knowledge of all things cinematic against Denise Welch , who plays Marsha Stubbs in Soldier, Soldier, and Neighbours star Bruce Samazan , who plays
Mark Gottlieb in the Australian soap opera. Producer Graham B Owens ; Director John Rooney
Bill Beaumont and Ian Botham take charge of two more teams of sporting celebrities in another episode of British television's most enduring sports quiz. Askingthe questions is the indefatigable David Coleman.
With Michael Buerk.
Romantic drama that proves true love never dies, starring
Patrick Swayze , Demi Moore
Soon after swearing his undying love to girlfriend Molly Jensen, investment banker Sam Wheat is killed by a mugger. But Sam's troubled spirit refuses to leave Molly - he becomes her ghostly guardian. When he discovers Molly's life is in danger, he has to find a way to warn her.
Director Jerry Zucker (1990)
â™¦ See Films: pages 49-72 ****
Barry Norman presents an overview of the year's movie news and selects his ten favourites, as well as some of the less appealing offerings from 1995. See today's choices.
Stereo See Barry Norman: page 46
Faye Dunaway , Martin Balsam
Jack Crabb is a pioneer, adopted
Indian, drunk, con-artist and adventurer. At 121 years of age, he is all set to tell of his life and times and of the west as it really was. Most importantly, he tells of the climax of his adventures as the only white survivor at the infamous Battle of the Little
Bighorn where General Custer led his forces into a massacre.
Director Arthur Penn (1970)
# See Films: pages 49-72 ****