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7.35 Favourite Songs
Itsy Bitsy Spider joins a new school. Featuring the voice of Patti Labelle.
(Rpt) (Stereo)

8.00 News
(Subtitled)
Regional News; Weather

8.10 Peter Pan and the Pirates
Cartoon adventures with the boy who never grew up.
(Rpt) (Stereo)

Contributors

Voice (Favourite Songs):
Patti Labelle

Cinema version of the science-fiction TV cartoon series.

George Jetson finally gets promotion from Mr Spacely, but has to move the family to a remote asteroid.
(1990, U)
See Films: pages 47-56 ***

Contributors

Director:
William Hanna
Director:
Joseph Barbera

Disney fantasy starring Bobby Driscoll, James Baskett

When ten-year-old Johnny arrives at his grandmother's plantation with his mother, he learns that his parents plan to separate. He decides to run away, but is tricked into returning by Uncle Remus.
(1946, U)
See Films: pages 47-56

Contributors

Director:
Harve Foster
Director:
Wilfred Jackson
Johnny:
Bobby Driscoll
Uncle Remus, voice of Brer Fox:
James Baskett
Sally:
Ruth Warrick
Ginny:
Luana Patten
Grandmother:
Lucile Watson
Aunt Tempy:
Hattie McDaniel
Toby:
Glenn Leedy
John:
Erik Rolf

Musical starring Deborah Kerr, Yul Brynner

The arrival of Anna Leonowens at the court of Siam arouses lively curiosity. Her task is to teach English to the royal household, but the King is not used to having decisions questioned.
(1956, U)
See Films: pages 47-56 ****

Contributors

Director:
Walter Lang
Anna Leonowens:
Deborah Kerr
The King:
Yul Brynner
Tuptim:
Rita Moreno
Kralahome:
Martin Benson
Lady Thiang:
Terry Saunders
Louis Leonowens:
Rex Thompson
Lun Tha:
Carlos Rivas
Prince Chulalongkorn:
Patrick Adiarte
British ambassador:
Alan Mowbray

Sci-fi fantasy starring Hume Cronyn, Jessica Tandy

When an unscrupulous developer sends thugs to clear the last five tenants from a crumbling New York building, two tiny extraterrestrial visitors with magical powers are on hand to help the underdogs.
(1987, PG)
See Films: pages 47-56

Contributors

Director:
Matthew Robbins
Frank Rlley:
Hume Cronyn
Faye Riley:
Jessica Tandy
Harry Noble:
Frank McRae
Marisa:
Elizabeth Pena
Cartes:
Michael Carmine
Mason:
Dennis Boutsikaris
Sid:
Tom Aldredge
Muriel:
Jane Hoffman
Gus:
John Disanti
Kovacs:
John Pankow
DeWitt:
MacIntyre Dixon
Lacey:
Michael Greene
Mrs Thompson:
Doris Belack

Twenty years on the return of the comedy series written by Carla Lane, and starring
Nerys Hughes, Polly James

Beryl and Sandra are back together, bruised by what life has offered them and refusing to admit to middle age.
See today's choices.
(Stereo)
Whatever happened to the Liver Birds? page 18

Contributors

Writer:
Carla Lane
Director:
Angela de Chastelai Smith
Producer:
Philip Kampff
Sandra:
Nerys Hughes
Beryl:
Polly James
Mrs Hutchinson:
Mollie Sugden
Lucien:
Michael Angelis
Gwyn:
Lee Oakes
Rex:
Geoffrey Leesley
Instructor:
Beverley Hills
Removal man:
Jimmy Gallagher
Removal man:
Josh Moran

Comedy drama starring Richard Wilson, Prunella Scales

When the former Lord Chancellor finds himself in need of money he writes an explosive autobiography full of scandal and threatens to sell it to the tabloids.
See today's choices.
(Stereo)
Greatest of sleaze: page 6

Contributors

Writer/Director:
Guy Jenkin
Producer:
Jimmy Mulville
Bill Webster:
Richard Wilson
Shirley:
Prunella Scales
Ethel:
Patricia Hayes
Emma:
Emily Mortimer
Prime Minister:
James Fleet
Arthur:
Clive Russell
Derek:
Jeff Rawle
Oily:
Stephen Moyer
MI5 man:
Angus Deayton
Minister of Defence:
Martin Clunes
Editor:
Andy Hamilton
Janie:
Rosemary Martin
Dad:
Jimmy Gardner
Tim:
Brian Bovell
Dr Amy Clarke:
Lisa Palfrey
De Glanvllle:
Pete Sullivan
Peter Webster:
William Hoyland
Thug:
Marks Palding
Thug:
Andy Linden
MI5 woman:
Laura Davenport
Cornish policeman:
Rob Brydon
Secretary:
Rachel Smith
Director:
Briony Glassco
Old lady:
Helena McCarthy
London policeman:
Andrew Barrow
Antler man:
Mark Benton
Boy with bike:
William Arnold
Himself:
Lord Healey

Action comedy, starring Michael J Fox, James Woods

Volatile cop John Moss is after a killer; Hollywood star Nick Lang is chasing a gritty film role. When Moss is unwillingly "partnered" with Lang to aid the younger man's research into New York police work, he is supposed to keep the actor out of trouble, but a violent reality is never far away.
(1991, 15)
See Films: pages 47-56 ****

Contributors

Director:
John Badham
Nick Lang:
Michael J Fox
John Moss:
James Woods
Party Crasher:
Stephen Lang
Susan:
Annabella Sciorra
Captain Brix:
Delroy Lindo
Pooley:
Luis Guzman
China:
Mary Mara
Billy:
LL Cool J
Grainy:
John Capodice
Bonnie:
Christina Ricci
Witherspoon:
Conrad Roberts
Angie:
Penny Marshall
Lang's Girl Friday:
Kathy Najimy

Romantic drama starring Marianne Faithfull, Alain Delon

Although married for two years, Rebecca is still irresistibly attracted to her former lover Daniel. One morning Rebecca makes a fateful journey to the passionate clutches of Daniel.
(1968, 15) ***
See Films: pages 47-56

Contributors

Director:
Jack Cardiff
Rebecca:
Marianne Faithfull
Daniel:
Alain Delon
Raymond:
Roger Mutton
Rebecca's father:
Marius Goring
Catherine:
Catherine Jourdan
Jean:
Jean Leduc

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