A weekly programme which focuses on people and the situations which shape their lives.
Reporters, Angela Huth, Jeremy James, John Percival, Trevor Philpott, Desmond Wilcox
Lesbians: women who prefer to live their lives with other women, women who reject the company and love of men and reject the idea of children and family life. Lesbianism is not illegal. But for most of us it is unacceptable. There may be no need for parliamentary discussion about the behaviour of these women, but for women who love women, unqualified acceptance by our society still does not exist.
by Alun Owen.
With Keith Barron as Terry O'Neil, Alan Lake as Joey O'Neil, John Roden as Billy O'Neil, Pearl Hackney as Hettie Magee, Ilona Rodgers as Judy
The old fella has died and his three sons who have led very different lives return home for the funeral. Now there has to be a new head of the family and the row over which one of them it is going to be leads to more than just strong words.
1930's Academy Award Winner and the most famous anti-war film of all time All Quiet on the Western Front
Starring Lew Ayres, Louis Wolheim
One of the greatest war films ever produced, Erich Remarque's story of World War I's effect on the body and soul of a sensitive German youth.
From a story by:
Adapted for the screen by:
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