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Coverage of the second half of the traditional annual event, which features Viennese waltzes, polkas and marches by the Strauss family and Joseph Hellmesberger. Zubin Mehta conducts the Vienna
Philharmonic, who are joined by stars from the Bavarian State Opera Munich. Radio 3's coverage starts at 10.15am, while the entire show is repeated at 7pm on BBC4. Director Brian Large ; Producer
David Stevens See Radio Chioces: page

Contributors

Unknown:
Joseph Hellmesberger.
Unknown:
Zubin Mehta
Director:
Brian Large
Producer:
David Stevens

Classic Second World War adventure based on a true story about an allied group's daring escape from a German PoW camp, starring Steve McQueen, James Garner, Richard Attenborough and Charles Bronson. Review pages 63-97.
Director John Sturges (1963, PG) *****

Contributors

Director:
John Sturges
Hilts, The Cooler King:
Steve McQueen
Hendley, The Scrounger:
James Garner
Bartlett, Big X:
Richard Attenborough
Danny Velinski, Tunnel King:
Charles Bronson
Blythe, The Forger:
Donald Pleasence
Ramsey, The SBO:
James Donald
Sedgwick, Manufacturer:
James Cobum
Willie, Tunneler:
John Leyton
MacDonald, Intelligence:
Gordon Jackson
Ashley-Pitt, Dispersal:
David McCallum
Cavendish, Surveyor:
Nigel Stock
Von Luger, The Kommandant:
Hannes Messemer
Werner:
Robert Graf
Ives, The Mole:
Angus Lennie

World champion freediver Tanya Streeter visits the Bahamas in search of wild dolphins to fulfil a lifelong dream. She spends a week with Dr Denise Herzing , who has studied the creatures for more than 20 years, but her initial dives do not go well, prompting personal misgivings, guilt and long-held fears to resurface.

Contributors

Unknown:
Tanya Streeter
Unknown:
Dr Denise Herzing

Lavish period war adventure starring Heath Ledger ,
Wes Bentley and Kate Hudson. In 1888, Harry Feversham , a young officer in the British Army, resigns his commission instead of joining the war campaign in the Sudan. Branded a coward by his family and friends, Feversham sets out on a dangerous undercover mission to clear his name and win back his fiancee. Review pages 63-97
Director Shekhar Kapur (2002, 15)

Contributors

Unknown:
Heath Ledger
Unknown:
Wes Bentley
Unknown:
Kate Hudson.
Unknown:
Harry Feversham
Director:
Shekhar Kapur
Harry Feversham:
Heath Ledger
Jack Durrance:
Wes Bentley
Ethne Eustace:
Kate Hudson
Abou Fatma:
Djimon Hounsou
Trench:
Michael Sheen
Colonel Hamilton:
Alex Jennings
General Feversham:
Tim Pigott-Smtth
Castelton:
Kris Marshall
Willoughby:
Rupert Penry-Jones

Jack and Victor face the prospect of a gloomy
Hogmanay stuck in the lift at Osprey Heights, and console themselves by recalling New Years past. As the clock ticks down to 2007, Winston is also in a reminiscent mood, and takes refuge in memories of a legendary holiday season when Craigland really knew how to throw a party.

Fergus O'Brien 's documentary - a spin-off from the BBC series - follows the trials and triumphs of husband-and-wife entrepreneurs John and Ann Armstrong as they run their Coventry double glazing company. The pair display the ambition and drive to make their business a real success, but their sales team will require serious motivation if they are to make the dream a reality.
Signed on BBC1

Contributors

Unknown:
Fergus O'Brien
Unknown:
Ann Armstrong

r Gentleman detective Tom Lawrence , popularly known as the Falcon, takes a holiday in Hollywood
- and ends up trying to discover who killed the acting ex of a costume designer on the eve of her wedding to a hot-shot director. Review pages 63-97.
Director Gordon Douglas (1944, PG)) (BW)

Contributors

Unknown:
Tom Lawrence
Director:
Gordon Douglas
Tom Lawrence:
Tom Conway
The Falcon:
Tom Conway
Peggy Callahan:
Barbara Hale
Billie:
Veda Ann Borg
Roxanna:
Jean Brooks
Lilli D'Allio:
Rita Corday
Martin Dwyer:
John Abbott
Louie:
Sheldon Leonard
Alec Hoffman:
Konstantin Shayne
Inspector McBride:
Emory Pamell
Lt Higgins:
Frank Jenks
Ed Johnson:
Walter Soderling

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