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: Time Shift

Three films in the strand. Ends 9pm.

19.00 NOTTING HILL RIOTS: Examining the west London riots of August 1958, which were the catalyst for black activism in Britain and inspired the annual carnival.

19.50 WEST INDIANS: Jack Gold's documentary from 1963 which focuses on the troubles of Afro-Caribbean people in Britain at the time.

20.00 A MAN FROM THE SUN: A play from 1956 which presented West Indian immigrants in a sympathetic light for the first time on British television.

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Director (West Indians): Jack Gold

: A One and a Two

1999 drama directed by Edward Yang and set in Taiwan. When his wife's mother becomes seriously ill and his children suffer growing pains, a partner in a computer firm hits a mid-life crisis. In Mandarin and English with subtitles.

Contributors

Directed By: Edward Yang

: Robert Wyatt: Free Will and Testament

Originally a singer with Soft Machine, Wyatt has created a vast body of work over the past 30 years. Here he performs six new songs and discusses his life and work.

Contributors

Singer: Robert Wyatt

: Johnny Owen: the Long Journey

The father of a Welsh boxer, who died as a result of a 1980 fight, travels to Mexico to meet the pugilist who delivered the killer blow.

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Subject: Johnny Owen

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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