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Today's Saturday Romance is a film biography of the famous star of the silent screen, starring Anthony Dexter Eleanor Parker
Newly arrived in America, young Italian dancer
Rudy Valentino lands a minor role in a silent movie and falls for the leading lady.
Director Lewis Allen (1951)
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Further live coverage of the fifth Test from Edgbaston.
Action from the European
Swimming Championships at Sheffield.
The Stones at Builth
Wales's unique cultural extravaganza of theatre, music, literature and politics ends today. This film explores the eclectic world of the Eisteddfod and examines what makes it the most important event in the nation's calendar.
Producer Christina Macaulay
Executive producer Hilary Boulding
Who Calls the Shots? Difficult and controversial decisions are being made every day in the National Health Service.
Earlier this year, the children's ward at Amersham Hospital, Buckinghamshire was closed. In this programme, the people involved in and affected by the decision voice their opinions.
Producer Rissa de la Paz
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de la Paz
With Moira Stuart.
Weather Suzanne Charlton
Silences Emmanuel , better known as Manu Dibango , was born in the Cameroon, West Africa. Like many young Africans in the 1940s and 50s, he went to study in France. Unlike most, he stayed and pursued a career as a musician. In Paris 40 years on, Dibango is the most revered of Africa's musical exiles. His style is a fusion of avant-garde jazz and the makossa dance rhythms of the Cameroon.
In this film, Dibango returns to Africa to look into the history of France and its former colonies.
Director Beatrice Soule
Series editors Nigel Finch and Anthony Wall
Second of three plays by Billy Roche set in the small town of Wexford in Ireland.
A Handful of Stars
Jimmy Brady and his buddy
Tony frequent the Boker Poker Club, last outpost for chancers, gamblers and misfits. When
Jimmy's romance combusts, he goes on the rampage, forcing the men to take sides.
Producer Emma Burge Director Stuart Burge
An Initial production for BBCtv
The Bad Sax Guide
At 13, Polly is a bright and articulate girl who leads a normal teenage life but develops an extreme terror of school. Confused, she searches for a sympathetic environment in which she can learn. Her diary offers an insight into the life of a teenager impatient with adolescence and is a sensitive record of her desperate attempts to adjust. Producer Emma Read
Series producer Bob Long
Thriller starring William Petersen, Brian Cox
An ex-FBI investigator has to solve a series of brutal murders by a killer dubbed the "Tooth Fairy". He enlists the help of Dr Hannibal Lecktor - a brilliant psychotherapist with a taste for human flesh.
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Dr Hannibal Lecktor:
Comedy series by David Lynch and Mark Frost. Today, an actor, a gaggle of ducks and a Mayan quartet create havoc.