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Kevin Woodford hosts more lively Sunday morning debate. John Walters looks at the world of Sunday League football, and Anne Stirk offers some Twelfth Night recipes.
Executive producer Chris Loughlin COMMENTS: call [number removed]88 (national rate)

Contributors

Unknown:
John Walters
Unknown:
Anne Stirk
Producer:
Chris Loughlin

Mounty on the Bounty. First of a two-part story, which continues next week. When a body with a scar shaped like a map drops into their laps, Fraser and Ray embark on an adventure on the high seas.

Contributors

Benton Fraser:
Paul Gross
Det Raymond Kowalski:
Callum Keith Rennie
Lt Harding Welsh:
Beau Starr
Francesca Vecchio:
Ramona Milano
Insp Meg Thatcher:
Camilla Scott

Western starring John Wayne, Dean Martin
When the four sons of Katie Elder arrive in the Texas town of Clearwater for her funeral, they discover that their drunken father had gambled away the family ranch on the night he was killed, leaving their mother penniless. They decide to look into the killing, despite a warning from the sheriff.
Director Henry Hathaway (1965. U) Subtitled
See Films: pages 42-48 ****

Contributors

Director:
Henry Hathaway
John Elder:
John Wayne
Tom Elder:
Dean Martin
Bud Elder:
Michael Anderson Jr
Matt Elder:
Earl Holliman
Mary Gordon:
Martha Hyer
Curley:
George Kennedy
Dave Hastings:
Dennis Hopped
Morgan Hastings:
James Gregory
Sheriff Billy Wilson:
Paul Fi*

The nationwide search for Britain's best amateur cook returns for a ninth series. Loyd Grossman introduces three hopefuls from London, who prepare their culinary masterpieces under the judicial gaze of guests Jenny Agutter and Nick Nairn.
Digital widescreen Subtitled ...

Contributors

Introduces:
Loyd Grossman
Guest judge:
Jenny Agutter
Guest judge:
Nick Nairn

As people across the country prepare to celebrate 2,000 years of Christianity, Pam Rhodes and Chris Rogers look at some of the plans being laid to mark the new millennium, from the Millennium Dome in Greenwich, home of the zero meridian, to the new Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. Music includes Lord for the Years, Sing to God New Songs of Worship and a new video interpretation of the Lord's Prayer sung by Cliff Richard.
Producer John Forrest ; Editor Hugh Faupel Digital widescreen Subtitled .

Contributors

Unknown:
Pam Rhodes
Unknown:
Chris Rogers
Sung By:
Cliff Richard.
Producer:
John Forrest

Brushes at Dawn. Compo is disturbed to find he has a rival for Nora's affections.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer
Alan JW Bell Repeat Subtitled.

Contributors

Written By:
Roy Clarke
Compo:
Bill Owen
Clegg:
Peter Sallis
Foggy:
Brian Wilde
Nora:
Kathy Staff
Billy Chiselhurst:
John Jardine
Ivy:
Jane Freeman
Edie:
Thora Hird

Hugh Scully and the team are in the grounds of Westonbirt school, Gloucestershire, where finds include an illustrated letter from Beatrix Potter , a 17th-century gold posy ring found with a metal detector, and a painting by Frederick Herring Junior. Producer Michele Burgess
Executive producer Christopher Lewis
Digital widescreen Subtitled ...

Contributors

Unknown:
Hugh Scully
Unknown:
Beatrix Potter
Unknown:
Frederick Herring Junior.
Producer:
Michele Burgess
Producer:
Christopher Lewis

Film Premiere. Swashbuckling adventure starring Geena Davis, Matthew Modine
When her pirate father dies and leaves her a third of a treasure map, Morgan Adams sets sail to find the other two parts, which will lead to the buried riches from a Spanish galleon. (1995, PG) Digital widescreen Subtitled.
See Films: pages 42-48 **
See Barry Norman : page 39

Contributors

Director:
Renny Harlin
Morgan Adams:
Geena Davis
William Shaw:
Matthew Modine
Captain Dawg Brown:
Frank Langella
John Reed:
Maury Chaykin
Ainslee:
Patrick Malahide
Glasspoole:
Stan Shaw
Mr Blair:
Rex Linn
Snelgrave:
Paul Dillon
Bowen:
Chris Masterson
Scully:
Jimmie F Skaggs

A two-part adaptation of Andy McNab's best-selling book, starring
Sean Bean.
At the height of the Gulf War, an eight-man SAS patrol led by Sgt Andy McNab were sent deep into Iraqi territory on a top secret mission. But when their location was compromised, they were faced with a fight for survival that required every ounce of strength. Contains bad language and violence. Concludes tomorrow at 10pm. See today's choices.
Dramatised by Andy McNab and Troy Kennedy Martin
Digital widescreen
Andrew Duncan interviews Andy McNab: page 16

Contributors

Author:
Andy McNab
Dramatised by:
Andy McNab
Dramatised by:
Troy Kennedy Martin
Producer:
Ruth Caleb
Producer:
Anant Singh
Director:
Tom Clegg
Andy:
Sean Bean
Dinger:
Steve Nicholson
Sally:
Julia Booth
Stan:
Robert Hobbs
Jilly:
Alison Coles
Tony:
Rick Warden
Baz:
Ian Curtis
Chris:
Kevin Collins
Ray:
Jamie Bartlett
Mark:
Richard Graham
Graham:
Graham Hopkins
Cyril:
Barry Berk
Pete:
Ron Senior Jr
Shepherd boy:
Brent King
Iraqi colonel:
Robert Whitehead
Shepherd:
Arishaad Erreeff
Son in taxi:
George Coutsoudis
Father in taxi:
Maki Kossioris
Taxi driver:
Nissam Moalem

Action thriller starring
Michael Douglas
Robert Duvall
Barbara Hershey
When William Fosterfinds himself in a rush-hour freeway gridlock, the heat of the day and the frustration of his empty life finally make him snap. He abandons his car, determined to "go home" to his ex-wife and daughter- a journey in which the violent mayhem just keeps escalating.
Director Joel Schumacher (1992, 18)
♦ See Films: pp42-48 *****

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Douglas
Unknown:
Robert Duvall
Unknown:
Barbara Hershey
Unknown:
William Fosterfinds
Director:
Joel SchumacHer
D-Fens/William Foster:
Michael Douglas
Prendergast:
Robert Duvall
Beth:
Barbara Hershey
Sandra:
Rachel Ticotin
Mrs Prendergast:
Tuesday Weld
Surplus Store owner:
Frederic Forrest
D-Fens's mother:
Lois Smith

Erotic thriller starring
Annabella Sciorra
Jamey Sheridan
Juggling the lurid sexual revelations of one patient and the rapacious drives of another, psychiatrist Ann Heckerhas problems in her own love life. But when her new boyfriend is suspected of murder, she begins to wonder who she can trust.
Director Christopher Crowe (1992, 18)
♦ See Films: pages 42-48
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Annabella Sciorra
Unknown:
Jamey Sheridan
Unknown:
Ann Heckerhas
Director:
Christopher Crowe
Ann Hecker:
Annabella Sciorra
Doug McDowell:
Jamey Sheridan
Morgenstem:
Anthony Lapaglia
Sarah Green:
Jill Clayburgh
Leo Green:
Alan Alda

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