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Consumer advice, with Ruth Langsford ,
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Fourth of seven-part sci-fi drama series. No one knows what is wrong with Lloyd.
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Third in a six-part drama about doctors who stand in for GPs.
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Professor Winston ventures underwaterto see babies, only a few weeks old, swimming below the surface. A filming technique, called motion analysis, reveals the intricacies of how babies crawl, and medical imaging shows a tiny organ in the earthat gives a baby the balance it needs for its first steps. But children are not as innocent as we assume - an experiment shows that children as young as three can lie convincingly. Producer Andrew Thompson : Series producer Richard Dale Subtitled. * Competitions and offers, pl34
Tragi-comic drama starri ng Sean Connery
Jessie McMullen is a criminal, his son Vito was one, and now grandson Adam wants to be one.
Director Sidney Lumet (1989, 15)
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Romantic comedy featuring Burt Reynolds
Greg has been on a life-long quest forhis perfect woman. But a visit to the urologist brings him face to face with Dr Billie Parker and changes his life.
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