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Drama starring Van Heflin
Joanne Woodward. Raymond Burr
Returningto his home town afterthe civil war, Luke Fargo , a southernerwho fought on the Union side, is branded a traitor. Undaunted, the former hellraiser decides to rebuild thetown'schurch and make himselfthe parson, but he soon comes up against powerful opposition. May be shown in widescreen.
Luke FargoVAN HEFLIN. LissyJOANNEWOODWARD, Yancey Huggins RAYMOND BURR , Albert LoomisPHIL CAREY Georgina Decrais. ALLISON HAYES
Director George Sherman (1955) * See Films: pages 58-64 ***

Contributors

Unknown:
Van Heflin
Unknown:
Joanne Woodward.
Unknown:
Raymond Burr
Unknown:
Luke Fargo
Unknown:
Luke Fargovan Heflin.
Unknown:
Raymond Burr
Unknown:
Phil Carey
Unknown:
. Allison Hayes
Director:
George Sherman

Introduced by Sue Barker from Ascot.

1.45 Yachting
Highlights of the second round of races in the Ultra 30s series.
Commentary by Malcolm McKeag and Helen Rollason.

2.15,4.20 Racing
Coverage of the second day of this year's Ascot festival, including the Fillies' Mile at 3.50, featuring the unbeaten and impressive Red Camella, and other races at 2.35, 3.10 and 4.25.
Commentary by Jimmy Lindley, Jim McGrath and Peter O'Sullevan.

4.05,4.35 Athletics
Action from the IAAF World Half-Marathon championships from Palma, Majorca. In the women's race, Britain's Liz McColgan is looking to regain the title she won in 1992.
Commentary by David Moorcroft and Stuart Storey.

Contributors

Presenter:
Sue Barker
Commentary By:
Malcolm McKeag
Commentary By:
Helen Rollason.
Commentary By:
Jimmy Lindley
Commentary By:
Jim McGrath
Unknown:
Liz McColgan
Commentary By:
David Moorcroft
Commentary By:
Stuart Storey.
TV presentation (Racing):
Wendy Sheppard

Action from yesterday's League matches, including the second division clash between Richmond and Newcastle. Plus other news and a chance to win tickets for England's clash with Italy at Twickenham in November. Hosted by John Inverdale.
Editor Gerard Lane

Contributors

Unknown:
John Inverdale.
Editor:
Gerard Lane

The latest Star Trek series, starring Kate Mulgrew
The Starship Voyager encounters a quantum singularity - and a trapped ship. See today's choices.
Star Trek: the Next Generation, Wednesday at 6pm * See Sci-Fi: page 50

Contributors

Captain Kathryn Janeway:
Kate Mulgrew
Chakotay:
Robert Beltran
B'Elanna Torres:
Roxann Biggs-Dawson
Kes:
Jennifer Lien
Lt Tom Paris:
Robert Duncan McNeill
Doc Zimmerman:
Robert Picardo
Neelix:
Ethan Phillips
Tuvok:
Tim Russ
Henry Kim:
Garrett Wang
Carey:
Josh Clark
Seska:
Martha Hackett

The documentary series following the stories of African American migrants and their families over three generations. Sweet Home Chicago. This second programme examines the magnetic pull of Chicago and the North. Migrants' letters home promised a better life of freedom and dignity; the black-owned newspaper The Chicago Defender encouraged escape from the South, and black porters on the railway strove to help as many migrants as possible to make the journey.
Director Edmund Couthard ; Series producer
AnthonyGeffen Stereo Subtitled .........

Contributors

Director:
Edmund Couthard

The Koreans are coming. Electronics group LG is bringing 6,000 jobs to South
Wales in the largest inward investment deal in Britain's history. The Welsh factory is part of LG's plan to become one of the biggest companies in the world by the year 2005. Reporter Nils Blythe asks how a business culture so different from Britain's will find life in the valleys. Presented by Donald MacCormick.

Contributors

Presenter:
Donald MacCormick
Reporter:
Nils Blythe
Producer:
James Stephenson
Editor:
Diarmuid Jeffreys

The Making of Joaquin Cortes
A documentary that traces the rise of flamenco dancer Joaquin Cortes from his humble beginnings in a village outside Cordoba in Spain to his current celebrity status. The charismatic young man has enflamed the dance world with his energetic and exciting style.
Featuringfilm clips plus interviews with Cortes and his designer Giorgio Armani. Narrated by Tom Conti.
Director Margaret Williams ; Producer Rocky Oldham

Contributors

Unknown:
Joaquin Cortes
Unknown:
Joaquin Cortes
Designer:
Giorgio Armani.
Unknown:
Tom Conti.
Director:
Margaret Williams

The Way Out West season continues with this western. Wyoming during the 1890s: the bitter feud between homesteaders and rival cattlemen is growing stronger, when into the conflict rides Shane, a stranger with a mysterious past.
Director George Stevens(1953, PG)
See Films: pages 58-64 *****

Contributors

Shane:
Alan Ladd
Marion Starrett:
Jean Arthur
Joe Starrett:
Van Heflin
Joey Starrett:
Brandon de Wilde
Wilson:
Jack Palance
Chris:
Ben Johnson
Lewis:
Edgar Buchanan
Ryker:
Emile Meyer
Torrey:
Elisha Cook Jr
Mr Shipstead:
Douglas Spencer

Film premiere. Drama, continuing the Movienet season of contemporary cinema from Europe and beyond. Starring Enrico Lo Verso

On a rundown housing estate in Milan, a young Sicilian woman is charged with forcing her daughter Rosetta into prostitution. Her children are sent to a home in the north of Italy, but, due to bureaucratic ineptitude, they find themselves on a much longer journey south.
(In Italian with English subtitles)
(1992, 15)
See Films: pages 58-64 ****

Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Director:
Gianni Amelio
Antonio:
Enrico Lo Verso
Rosetta:
Valentina Scalici
Luciano:
Giuseppe Ieracitano
Marshal:
Renato Carpentieri
Antonio's sister:
Vitalba Andrea
Grignani:
Fabio Alessandrini

FETVCollectables
2.00 Channel Hopping, 5-8
Languages
4.00 Introducing Deutsch Plus; French Experience II, land 2
Business and Work
5.00 Making Time Working for Yourself Repeat 37130
5.30 Business Matters The Cheque Is in the Post Repeat
Open University
6.00 History of Maths The Liberation of Algebra Repeat 2793837
6.25 Wrapping Up the Themes Repeat
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