Everything worth seeing and doing in Fowey.
Has the right balance been struck between the commercial interests of the Channel Tunnel's operators and the safety of the travelling public?
Pathe News of this week in 1953. B/w
Musical starring Frank Sinatra.
Unable to pay his servants, a bankrupt spendthrift attempts to secure a wealthy marriage for his kitchen maid by passing her off as his daughter.
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Raymond Bernard 's three-part film version of Victor Hugo 's masterpiece, starring Harry Baur Charles Vanel
1: A Storm in a Soul.
Jean Valjean , conditionally released after penal servitude, makes his way up in the world and becomes a man of standing. But he is dogged by a persistent police inspector. A French film with English subtitles.
(Part 2 tomorrow at 10.35am)
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Drinks at the stately home of Chatsworth in Derbyshire.
American chef Jacques Pepin transforms traditional French cuisine into healthy meals.
The first of four films featuring pioneers of the folk song revival. The Watersons, a family from Yorkshire, perform traditional songs in their own unique way
Animation. Mr Benn sails a pirate ship.
The first of five explorations of the green parts of the city, with Chris Baines.
Wildlife has its own highways across the city, like disused railway lines, verges and canals.
Followed by Songs of Praise
From Chester Cathedral.
A Griffin production for BBCtv
A brief visit to Alnwick in Northumberland.
Followed by World Darts
Embassy World Professional
Darts from Surrey. Highlights of yesterday's matches.
3.50pm News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia. A Leslie Mitchell production for BBCtv
Jane Corbin debates national and international politics.
First of two documentaries featuring families and companies from the South West who have set up in France. Producer Phil Jones
Cult horror comedy.
Uncle Fester's Toupee. A visit by Madelyn, his midwestern pen pal, panics Uncle Fester.
American comedy series.
Hilary Gets a Job. Will saves a youth centre from demolition.
The start of a virtual reality adventure game show in which sporting champions face challengers testing their stamina and mental agility in worlds created by advanced computer technology. Tonight, Liverpool and Wimbledon footballers
John Barnes and John Fashanu battle against two members of the Dangerous Sports Club. They visit the virtual worlds of the Medieval Citadel and the futuristic Technotraz. With Craig Charles. Director Bob Wilde ; Producer Mark Wells A Broadsword production for BBCtv
First in a four-part series that traces the development of the English house and investigates the history of the rooms inside.
Do Come In. A safe retreat and personal territory, the modern house is also a place for entertaining, and putting on a show. Tony Rivers, architect and writer, reveals the public side of private dwellings - rooms designed for display. Director Russell England
Series producer David F Turnbull
The documentary science series returns.
Awakeningthe Frozen Addicts It began with a tragedy - young drug addicts in California started freezing like statues - but it led to a medical revolution giving hope to millions. In this sequel to Horizon's The Case of the Frozen Addict, two patients travel to Sweden for a daring operation to transplant foetal cells into the brain, in the hope of curing Parkinson's Disease. Producer Jon Palfreman
Series editor Jana Bennett
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In this series of comedy documentaries,
Sean Hughes travels all over the UK in search of a better life.
In London this week, he has a big night out with fellow comedian Bob Mortimer , dreams of playing football with Crystal Palace and sorts out his title music with Carter USM. Producer Katie Pearson
Another chance to see the dramatised version of John Healy 's autobiography, starring Mark Rylance
The story of an outsider's fight for survival, the film follows his life from vagrant alcoholic to chess player and author.
Mark Rylance won last year's
Radio Times Best New Television Actor award for his performance.
Screenplay by Frank Deasy Producer Ruth Baumgarten Director Gillies MacKinnon
With Jeremy Paxman.
Editor Charles Miller