P257 ORACLE 257 Sun 2 Dec GRA 2000:01  Sunday  1O3      HIGHWAY 18.40 Sir Harry Secombe visits the beautiful Vale of Evesham, famous for its horticulture. As Advent gets undep{ay, poetess Pam Ayres reads "The Gardening Man" and pianist Yuki Matsuzawa plays a piece by the composer Clementi, who lived and died locally. CORONATION STREET SPECIAL 19.15 This historic first episode is 30 9jars old. The gritty Northern soap wjnt on to become Britain's best loved TV show. See a young Ken Barlow having women problems and witness Ena Sharplis dola out a vicious tongue-lashing. morj > TV Plus Guide 250 Films on ITV 258 BUYING A HOUSE ? See p281 ITV Today ITV Films TV Guide What's On
P257 ORACLE 257 Sun 2 Dec GRA 2000:11  Sunday  3W3       SPITTING IMAGE 22.25 The Spitting Image team has been busy all week thinking of how to be nasty to John Major now that Thatcher has retired. He certainly can't count on a honeymoon period. THE SOUTH BANK SHOW 22.55 Cameron Mackintosh: a look at the producer behind such musicals as "Cats" "Les Miserables", "The Phantom Of The Opera" and "Miss Saigon". His acclaimed shows have challenged the suprbmacy in musicals long claimed by Broadway. But Mackintosh's early career, beforj he hit the big time in London's 'jst End, is also examined. Highway/Special Coronation St > TV Plus Guide 250 Films on ITV 258 ITV Today ITV Films TV Guide What's On
P257 ORACLE 257 Sun 2 Dec GRA 2000:10  Sunday  2O3      21.05  COME HOME CHARLIE AND FACE THEM Charlie, played by Tom Radcliffe, is a humble bank clerk in the deprjssed North Wales of the 1930s. In last week's first episode viewjps saw him torn between the tamptations of his landlord's daughter, Ida, and the sexual delights of a cafe owner. Tonight he draws irrjsistably closbr to Delphine, the exotic (for North Wales!) cafe owner. There's also the little matter of a planned robbery to be sorted out. And Charlie still pines for Ida. Spitting Image/South Bank Show > TV Plus Guide 250 Films on ITV 258 Sam Brady TV column: weekends p251 ITV Today ITV Films TV Guide What's On