Picks and Pans Review: This Week

UPDATED 12/05/1994 at 01:00 AM EST Originally published 12/05/1994 at 01:00 AM EST

>TUBE: It's British classics week, with new productions of Wuthering Heights and The Return of the Native; Lisa Hartman Black is a trouble-plagued mother in Someone Else's Child

SCREEN: The Pagemaster promotes reading, but in an unwitty way; Star Trek Generations doesn't really deliver two live crews

SONG: Even without their Day-Glo, TLC shine; Mary J. Blige's Life is a happy one; Aaron Tippin can't quite fill Garth's or Clint's boots

PAGES: Neal Gabler gives Walter Winchell a juicy bio; British reporter Caroline Graham exposes Camilla: The King's Mistress; John Denver delivers a once-over-lightly memoir

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