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Live-action fantasy adventure. based on the popular TV cartoon and comic books, starring Judith Hoag
Reporter April O'Neil's investigation of a crime spree in New York lands her in trouble.
Director Steve Barron (1990. PG)
♦ See Films: pages 43-79

Contributors

Unknown:
Judith Hoag
Director:
Steve Barron

First of a two-part dramatisation of Jules Verne 's classic adventure, starring Michael Caine , Patrick Dempsey
Bryan Brown America, 1867: Pierre Arronax has a disastrous encounter with a "monster" that is plaguing merchant ships. For cast and conclusion see tomorrow at 2.10pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Jules Verne
Unknown:
Michael Caine
Unknown:
Patrick Dempsey
Unknown:
Bryan Brown
Unknown:
Pierre Arronax

Comedy starring Terry "Hulk" Hogan

A former wrestler takes a job as bodyguard to an inventor's unruly offspring - even though he hates children.
(1992, PG)
See Films: pages 43-79 **

Contributors

Director:
Michael Gottlieb
Sean Armstrong:
Terry "Hulk" Hogan
Bert Wilson:
Sherman Hemsley
Alex Mason Sr:
Austin Pendleton
Alex Mason Jr:
Robert Gorman
Kate Mason:
Madeline Zima

Grant is in an emotional state.
For more cast see Tuesday 22

Contributors

Mark Fowler:
Todd Carty
Ruth Fowler:
Caroline Paterson
Mary Flaherty:
Melanie Clark Pullen
Conor Flaherty:
Sean Gleeson
Steve Owen:
Martin Kemp
Martin Fowler:
James Alexandrou
lan Beale:
Adam Woodyatt
Melanie Healy:
Tamzin Outhwaite
Alex Healy:
Richard Driscoll
Dot Cotton:
June Brown
Lilly Mattock:
Barbara Keogh
Jeff Healy:
Leslie Schofield
Lenny Wallace:
Desune Coleman
Huw Edwards:
Richard Elis
Terry Raymond:
Gavin Richards
Simon Raymond:
Andrew Lynford
Michael Rose:
Russell Floyd
Susan Rose:
Tilly Vosburgh
Saskia Duncan:
Deborah Sheridan-Taylor
Mick McFarlane:
Sylvester Williams
Josie McFarlane:
Joan Hooley
Irene Hills:
Roberta Taylor
Marcus Christie:
Stephen Churchett

with Nicholas Lyndhurst
The comic actor is trying to help 15 orphaned and abused chimpanzees to settle into a new home on an island in Lake Victoria, which is bordered by Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya. Not only will Lyndhurst have to cope with the mischievous creatures, but he will also have to brave the elements in the rainforest.
See today's choices.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)
See Factual: page

Contributors

Presenter:
Nicholas Lyndhurst
Director:
Ben Southwell
Executive Producer:
Mike Gunton

The long-running dance programme marks its 50th anniversary at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Ballroom dancers from around the world compete for the Marshall Amplification Trophy, with the UK team featuring world champions Marcus and Karen Hilton and veteran stars Donnie Burns and Gaynor Fairweather. Presented by Rosemarie Ford, with former Come Dancing hosts Terry Wogan, Peter West, David Jacobs and Angela Rippon. With music by the Andy Ross Orchestra.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Presenter:
Rosemarie Ford
Dancer:
Marcus Hilton
Dancer:
Karen Hilton
Dancer:
Donnie Burns
Dancer:
Gaynor Fairweather
Guest:
Terry Wogan
Guest:
Peter West
Guest:
David Jacobs
Guest:
Angela Rippon
Musicians:
The Andy Ross Orchestra
Director/Producer:
Simon Betts

Another chance to see this two-part instalment in the ongoing documentary series, which began in 1964 when a group of seven-year-olds aired their views on love, marriage, ambition and class. Featuring taxi driver Tony, who wanted to be a jockey, and Nick, who is now an academic in America.
(Concludes tomorrow at 12.20am)
See today's choices.
(Repeat)

Contributors

Director/Producer:
Michael Apted
Producer:
Claire Lewis

Comedy starring Dirk Bogarde

Passed over for a surgeon's post, Dr Simon Sparrow leaves St Swithin's hospital to practise elsewhere. But a series of mishaps leads him back to further confrontations with the fearsome Sir Lancelot Spratt.
(1957, U)
See Films: pages 43-79

Followed by Weather

Contributors

Director:
Ralph Thomas
Simon Sparrow:
Dirk Bogarde
Joy:
Muriel Pavlow
Benskin:
Donald Sinden
Sir Lancelot Spratt:
James Robertson-Justice
Nan:
Shirley Eaton
Dr Potter-Shine:
Derek Farr
Bingham:
Michael Medwin
Dr Hackett:
Lionel Jeffries
Eva's mother:
Freda Bamford

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