As a big-screen version of Serge Danot 's animated series hits cinemas, Time Shift recounts the history of Dougal, Brian and Ermentrude et al. It is the story of how English actor Eric Thompson revoiced and reinterpreted the original French version, won over children, adults and critics alike and created an enduring TV classic.
Professor David Reynolds traces Winston Churchill's postwar years. Voted from power by the British electorate, he refused to accept defeat. fought back to become prime minister again and wrote a history of the Second World War.
The prosecution focuses on the case of Elizabeth Ratiff , a good friend of defendant Michael Peterson who was found dead at the bottom of a staircase in Germany in 1985. Prosecutor Jim Hardin decides to exhume her body and presses for a fresh autopsy in North Carolina.
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