Starring Anna Neagle, Ray Milland
with Billie Burke, Roland Young
The romantic adventures of a young Irish girl in America, and featuring the famous song "Alice Blue Gown".
A weekly programme which focuses on people and the situations which shape their lives.
Balgay Approved School for Girls in Scotland is not a place of punishment. Few of the girls there are offenders in the criminal sense. They are taken away because their parents have lost control of them, or they need protection, or they are in moral danger. How much do we care about our own children? How often do we make sure they know we care? This second look inside Balgay spotlights the man who deals with sixty girls who feel themselves to be social outcasts, even enemies of society. But who is to blame for making them that way?
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by Emily Bronte
A second chance to see this dramatisation in four parts by Hugh Leonard
To revenge himself Heathcliff has married Isabella Linton. Cathy has died giving birth to a daughter; and Heathcliff has prayed that her soul will never leave him so long as he lives.
(Shown on Saturday)
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