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: John Wyndham: the Invisible Man of Science Fiction

Drama documentary exploring
Wyndham's private life. The author's private photo collection and his only
TV interview feature alongside clips from the movie and TV dramatisations of his most popular work.

: Random Quest

Sci-fi drama based on John Wyndham 's short story concerning a disillusioned research physicist who wakes up in a parallel world with an alternate life.
Samuel West stars.


Unknown: John Wyndham
Unknown: Samuel West

: Walk on Water

Thriller starring Lior Ashkenazi. Eyal, a Mossad agent, pretends to be a tourist guide and befriends German siblings
Axel and Pia in order to trace their Nazi grandfather who may or may not still be alive. But the longer that Eyal is with the liberal siblings, the more his own prejudices are confronted. In Hebrew with English subtitles. Review page 35. Director Eytan Fox (2004, 15)


Unknown: Lior Ashkenazi.
Director: Eytan Fox

: Lonesome Dove

4/4. The Outfit continue their cattle drive into buffalo territory, where Gus is wounded by Indians - forcing Call to leave the safety of the Montana ranch and attempt a rescue.

: John Wyndham

the Invisible Man of Science
Fiction As 7pm

: As 12.15am

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