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Love the Nineties


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Ends 1.40am.
Films, music, fashion and news from the past decade.
I Love 1996 Amita Dhiri , Milly from the year's hit TV drama This Life, presents a guide to the 12 months that saw "girl power" arrive at number one via the Spice Girls' Wannabe, the popularity of Lara Croft in computer game Tomb Raider and Channel 4's Girlie Show introducing a new breed of "ladette". Other highs and lows included must-have toy Buzz Lightyear and Gareth Southgate 's missed penalty.
DirectorRebeccaPapworth;ExecutiveproducerAlanBrown BBC MUSIC: I Love the Nineties CD is due for release on 24 October
10.00 Blade *** Fantasy action adventure based on the Marvel
Comics character. In a world where vampires and humans co-exist in harmony, only Blade can prevent a maverick vampire taking over the Earth. Widescreen. Review page 63.
Director Stephen Norrington (1998, 18)
11.55 Pontiac Moon ** Comedy drama starring Ted Danson.
Inspired by the Apollo XI Moon mission, a father and son embark on an epic journey. Widescreen. Review page 63. Director Peter Medak (1994.12)


Unknown: Amita Dhiri
Unknown: Lara Croft
Unknown: Gareth Southgate
Director: Stephen Norrington
Unknown: Ted Danson.
Director: Peter Medak
Blade: Wesley Snipes
Frost: Stephen Dorff
Whistler: Kris Kristofferson
Krieger: Kevin Patrick Walls
Karen: N'Bushe Wright
Quinn: Donal Logue

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