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A feature-length version of the second series of the children's s comedy. Teenager Harmony and her annoying older sister Melody are back, and with the help of Uncle Ginger, Harmony retrieves her unpredictable magic 50p coin.
Producer Davina Belling ; More credits and cast on Wednesday 29 (S)


Davina Belling
Liz Smith
Mr Swingit:
Anton Rodgers
Tony Blackburn
Ben Aris
Shop Owner:
Gawn Grainger
Michael Culver

Crime comedy starring James Belushi. Tom Dooley is a crazy cop just one step away from nailing the drugs bust of his life. His only problem is that no one will work with him, except for a highly trained alsatian police dog. Director Rod Daniel (1989,15)
(S) Films: pp 51-80 **


James Belushi.
Tom Dooley
Rod Daniel

Spoof comedy starring Leslie Nielsen. Top secret agent
Dick Steele - codename WD-40 - must thwart an evil plot to rule the world by the wicked General Rancor.
Director Rick Friedberg (1996, PG) (S) (W) Films: pp 51-80 * *


Leslie Nielsen.
Dick Steele
Rick Friedberg
Dick Steele:
Leslie Nielsen
Veronique Ukrinsky:
Nicollette Sheridan
The Director:
Charles Duming
MissCheevus Marcia:
Gay Harden
Norman Coleman:
Barry Bostwick
John Ales
General Rancor:
Andy Griffith

Tidings of Comfort and Joy. A mysterious man appears carrying a sick young woman and tries to persuade the sceptical staff to accompany him on a mercy mission.
Written by Tony McHale ; For more cast : see Thursday 23 (S) (W)


Written By:
Tony McHale
Rebecca Wheatley
Gary Milton:
Ian Keith
Finbar Lynch
Mary Rannery:
Neili Conroy
Joe Peters:
Simon Quarterman
Steve Devem:
Ariyon Bakare
Martin Devem:
Steve Toussaint
Darleen Devem:
Martina Laird
Noel Grayson:
Damien Goodwin
Ruth Unswort:
Louise Breckon-Richards
Richard Carson:
Michael Atkinson

Jo Brand continues to surf the TV networks in search of the funniest ads on the box. This week's bag of goodies includes a French contortionist who's in a bit of a tangle, and from Switzerland, a BSE-free flamenco-dancing cow.
Director John L Spencer ; Producer Sue Fox (S)


John L Spencer
Sue Fox

Having completed 70 live dates around the UK, comedian Jack Dee 's 1997 tour culminated in a sell-out, six week run at the Gielgud theatre in London's West End. This programme captures all the hilarity of the last night.
Director Tom Poole ; Producer Dave Morley ; With tn-vision subtitles
Followed by Skiing Forecast


Jack Dee
Tom Poole
Dave Morley

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