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BBC One London

Film 98 with Barry Norman

Tonight a review of Breakdown starring Kurt Russell and Kathleen Quinlan; Peter Howitt's romantic comedy Sliding Doors, with Gwyneth Paltrow and John Hannah; and Scream 2, the sequel with the original cast reunited.
Plus Tom Brook talks to director Mimi Leder about her latest project Deep Impact.
(Repeated next Saturday on BBC2)
(Stereo) (Subtitled)
BBC One London

Film 98 with Barry Norman

Hollywood veteran Robert Duvall, who features in tonight's film which follows, joins Barry Norman to talk about writing, producing and directing The Apostle, a film in which he also stars. Other films under review include Deep Impact, starring Duvall as well; Blues Brothers 2000 with Dan Aykroyd and John Goodman; Star Kid starring Joseph Mazzello; and The James Gang, starring John Hannah.
(Repeated next Saturday on BBC2)
(Stereo)
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BBC Two England

Film 98 with Barry Norman

An interview with Robert Duvall , and reviews of Deep Impact and Blues Brothers 2000. Shown last MondayonBBCl Subtitled.
BBC One London

Four Wheelbarrows and a Wedding

A documentary charting a year in the life of the staff and owners of Sudely Castle in Gloucestershire. Narrated by Alan Titchmarsh. See Choice.
DirectorHilaryBell;ExecutiveproducerTessaRnch (S) (W)
BBC One London

Deep Impact

Science-fiction drama starring Robert Duvall , Tea Leoni and Morgan Freeman. A reporter believes that she has discovered a congressman's affair. But as it turns out,
"Ele" isn't a mistress, but something used to describe an event so cataclysmic that it could destroy the planet.
Director Mimi Leder (1998, 12) (S) Films; pp 49-79 ****
BBC One London

Deep Impact ****

Science-fiction drama. A reporter believes that she has discovered a congressman's affair. But as it turns out,
- "Ele" isn't a mistress, but something used to describe an event so cataclysmic that it could ultimately destroy the planet. Review page 54.
Director Mimi Leder (1998, 12) (S)
BBC One London

Deep Impact ****

Science-fiction drama. A reporter believes she has discovered a congressman's affair, but as it turns out, "Ele" isn't a mistress, but a term used to describe an event so cataclysmic it could destroy the planet. Widescreen. Review page 59.
Director Mimi Leder (1998.12)
BBC Three

Deep Impact

A huge comet is on a collision course with Earth in this sci-fi disaster movie. Tea
Leoni is the reporter who uncovers the story, while Robert Duvall plays the astronaut who leads the mission to intercept the natural missile.
BBC One London

Deep Impact

Science-fiction drama starring Robert Duvall , Tea Leoni and Morgan Freeman. A reporter believes that she has discovered a sex scandal in the US government. As it turns out, "Ele" isn't a mistress, but something used to describe an event so cataclysmic that it could destroy the planet. Widescreen. Review page 41.
Director Mimi Leder (1998, 12)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Of Life and Men

In 1940 two remarkable men boarded a sardine boat and set sail on a 4,000-mile voyage from
Monterey, California, to explore the Sea of Cortez.
Together they shared a gift of the gab, a keen eye for observation, a love of words and a reverence for all living things. One was Ed Ricketts , a talented young biologist, the other was Pulitzer Prize-winning writer John Steinbeck. Howard Stableford travels to
Ricketts's old lab on Cannery Row in California to find out about this extraordinary friendship and the deep impact it had on both men. ProducerJoanne Stevens
BBC Three

Deep Impact

Sci-fi drama, starring Tea Leoni, Morgan Freeman and Robert Duvall. A reporter believes she has discovered a congressman's affair, but as it turns out "Ele" is not a mistress but a term used to describe a cataclysmic event - in this case a comet on a collision course with Earth.
BBC One London

Deep Impact

Science-fiction drama. A reporter thinks she has uncovered a congressman's affair, but as it turns out, "Ele" isn't a mistress, but a term to describe an event so cataclysmic that it could destroy the planet. Review page 53.
Director Mimi Leder (1998, 12)
BBC One London

The Sky at Night

Deep Impact. Nasa's bid to send a probe into a comet to find out how they are formed. Comet Impact: Stardate is tomorrow 11.45am. Series producer Jane Fletcher Rptd next Saturday BBC2 Two worlds collide: page 37
Followed by Weatherview
BBC Two England

The Sky at Night

Deep Impact. Examining Nasa's bid to send a probe directly into a comet in an attempt to discover how they are formed.-
Shown last Sunday on BBCKS) A special edition on the comet project is on Wednesday at 8.30pm on BBC4
BBC One London

The Sky at Night

Fallout from Deep Impact
Patrick Moore explores the results of Nasa's bid to send a probe into a comet. See Wednesday's choice. Series producer Jane Fletcher Repeated on BBC4 on Wednesday at 8.30pm, and next Saturday on BBC2 Followed by Weatherview
BBC Four

The Sky at Night

Last week,
CNasa hoped to send a probe into a comet. What will happen if Deep
Impact hits its mark? Presented by Patrick Moore , with Chris Lintott.
Shown on Sunday on BBC1
BBC Four

The Sky at Night

In the wake of Deep Impact's mission to probe a comet earlier this month, another chance to see The Sky at Night's preview of the Nasa experiment. With Patrick Moore and Chris Lintott.
First shown on BBC1
BBC Four

The Sky at Night

In the wake of Deep Impact's mission to probe a comet this month, another chance to see a preview of the Nasa experiment. First shown on BBC1






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