I 1/3. Begininning the Hidden Lives
I strand, this documentary looks at the attitudes towards gay people during the inter-war years.
9.50 2/3. The experiences of gay men and women in the 1940s and 1950s.
Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
See page 50.
Dramatisation of Simon Garfield 's book, based on the diaries of four people during the postwar period.
Starring Richard Briers. The Hidden Lives strand continues with part three of It's Not Unusual tomorrow at 9pm
I Historical drama starring "Beat"
Takeshi. At a time of political uncertainty, passions are inflamed when a handsome young samurai joins Kyoto's famous
Shinsengumi militia. In Japanese with subtitles. Review page 40.
Director Nagisa Oshima (1999, 15)
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