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When ruthless television executive is passed over for promotion by her boss and lover, she cleverly schedules his demise and creates the perfect alibi.
But Lt Columbo is not so easily fooled. With Peter Falk, Trish Van De Vere, Patrick O'Neal, Lawrence Luckinbill and Ron Rifkin.
Trish van De
In the week of the first anniversary of Bill Clinton 's inauguration as President, Jill Dando presents the show from Washington DC. Desmond Lynam tries a fishing and golfing break in Connemara on the west coast of Ireland.
Paul Gogarty travels to Kenya to find out if it is now a safe place to visit, and Sankha Guha discovers on a trip to Slovenia that you can still holiday in the former Yugoslavia.
Producer Simon Shaw ; Editor Jane Lush
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When Kenneth Best was born in 1969 he was a healthy baby.
Then, at four months, he was given the three-in-one vaccine. For the vast majority of children, it's a completely safe protection; but in Kenneth's case something went catastrophically wrong.
When Kenneth's mother Margaret Best realised her son was brain-damaged, she began a 24-year struggle to find out how and why. This dramatised account re-creates her search for the truth and the equal efforts of the drug company to avoid investigation. Margaret Best herself appears between scenes and Anna Ford provides commentary.
After years of professional neglect and legal defeat, Margaret and Kenneth were finally vindicated in 1993. "I think the drug company wanted to use Kenneth's case as an example to others." says Margaret. "To say: 'Don't mess with us, because we'll step on you anyway, we're too big and you don't stand a chance.
Producer Joanne Reay
Director James Hawes
A new comedy series about a group of part-time soldiers in the Territorial Army.
Now that Hodge is besotted with Laura, Eric decides that he has to embark alone on a three-phase attack to find employment, a home and a woman. He lands a job in consumer marketing only to discover it involves having to wear a latex crocodile costume.
Worse still, after chatting up
TA newcomer Dawn, he agrees to perform with the crocodile in front of her class of 4-year-olds at the local primary school. As the Chinese proverb says, "Beware the Smoking Dragon".
In Roker Bridge the wind of fortune blows hot.... and cold.
Written by Tim Firth
Director Brian Farnham ; Producer Chris Griffin
Sex. What every parent should now about sex - and what every teenager would like them to know. Joanna (17) and James (15) tell some home truths, and Jaclyn (15) shows how difficult it is being a policeman's daughter - when she's out with friends he often drags her away in full uniform! Director Ed Harriman
Producer Val Corbett
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I Comedy drama that FILM continues the season of films dealingwith teenagers and the problems they encounter growing up, starring Emilio Estevez
Five strangers, seemingly with nothing in common, are thrown together one Saturday in high school detention. Before the day is over, they will break all the rules, bare their souls and find true friendship in the unlikeliest of places.
Director John Hughes (1985)
FILM REVIEWS pages 35-37
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