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As the Second World War entered its most decisive phase, Allied forces began a treacherous journey across mainland Europe. Here,
Robert Hall retraces the steps of these remarkable people on the 60th anniversary of the German surrender. B8Ct extra features available to digital vewers See also People's War tomorrow at 7pm


Robert Hall

Under the Weather. A weather presenter fakes a collapse on air.
Writer Rupert Smith


Rupert Smith
Dr Mac McGuire:
Christopher Timothy
Dr Helen Thompson:
Corrinne Wicks
Dr Benjamin Kwarme:
Ariyon Bakare
Dr Georgina Woodson:
Stirling Gallacher
Dr Greg Robinson:
Ben Jones
Faith Walker:
Eva Fontaine
Julia McGuire:
Diane Keen
Sarah Finch:
Andrea Green

7/8. Keith and Torsten's botched attempt to revert a bedsit-ridden three-storey house in Manchester back to a proper home has resulted in a precarious stairway and a hall that's more like a danger zone. Little wonder they crave a restorative visit from
Nick Knowles and the team. With Brigid Caiderhead. Series producer Moniza Uddin ; Executive producer Jane Lomas
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Nick Knowles
Brigid Caiderhead
Moniza Uddin
Jane Lomas

Rolf Harris follows the work of vets and nurses at
Harmsworth Hospital in north London, while reporter Jamie Darling is out and about with the RSPCA's inspectors and animal-collection officers.
Series producer Tony Moulsdale ; Exec producer Clare Sillery


Rolf Harris
Jamie Darling
Tony Moulsdale

3/3. The Dream That Died. With British and American armies poised to cross the Rhine in the west, victory seemed certain at last. On 16 April the Soviets began their final assault on the German capital; 14 days later Adolf Hitler was dead. But even before the victory celebrations were over, a new chill gripped the alliance as another dictator - Soviet leader Joseph Stalin - came into power, wiping out the dream of a new Europe based on the notions of liberty and democracy. Narrated by Sean Bean.
Producer Martina Hall ; Executive producer Laurence Rees BBC1 has regional reminiscences of the end of the War tomorrow at 7pm in People's War. while BBC4 is showing In the Footsteps of Churchill tonight at 10pm and Or Goebbels Speaks tomorrow at 9pm


Adolf Hitler
Joseph Stalin
Sean Bean.
Martina Hall
Laurence Rees

r Explosive action thriller starring John Travolta and Christian Slater. US Air Force pilot Vic Deakins makes off with a cargo of nuclear missiles, planning to hold the Pentagon to ransom. His co-pilot,
Riley Hale , with the help of park ranger Terry Carmichael , sets out to track him down. Review page 56.
Director John Woo (1996, 15)
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John Travolta
Christian Slater.
Vic Deakins
Riley Hale
Terry Carmichael
John Woo
Vic Deakins:
John Travolta
Riley Hale:
Christian Slater
Terry Carmichael:
Samantha Mathis
Colonel Max Wilkins:
Delroy Lindo
Bob Gunton
Giles Prentice:
Frank Whaley
Howie Lona
Lt Col Sam Rhodes:
Vondie Curtis-Hall
Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff:
Jack Thompson
Secretary of Defense Mason Baird:
Kurtwood Smith
Vvto Ruoinis

Signed programmes.
Grown-Up Gappers 8/8. An Essex mum approaching 40 takes a trip to Australia and New Zealand. (SD
1.15 Smart Spenders 4/6. How will 20-year-old spendthrift
Natasha cope with living on a tight budget?
1.45 Ray Mears's Bushcraft 3/5. Jungle Trek. Dramatic waterfalls and iridescent clouds of butterflies delight the survival expert in Venezuela.
2.45 Skint 5/8. Tom and Tara find their finances perilously low as they prepare for their fifth child.

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