The 1929 election triumph of Ramsay MacDonald's Labour Party.
The training of air stewards and stewardesses. Narrated by Eleanor Bron.
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With Simon Parkin ,
Philippa Forrester and Esther McVey.
Defenders of the Earth Cartoon.
Cartoon narrated by Terry Wogan.
The grand final of the snooker contest from
Romantic comedy starring Janet Gaynor, Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
The Carletons are attractive and charming confidence tricksters, who attach themselves to a rich old lady.
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The South family swap their Aldershot home for one in California.
GA European Open from Walton Heath Golf Club.
With Steve Rider.
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A feisty female missionary joins forces with a recently demoted marshal who is promised reinstatement if he can bring to justice a ruthless band of murdering outlaws.
Director Stuart Millar
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Richard Littlejohn of The Sun looks back at the week.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Asians from all walks of life are risking the shame of ostracism from their own communities as they convert to Christianity and try to 'Asian-ise' it.
Series producer Charles Bruce Editor Narendhra Morar
A look at fascinating ferns to celebrate the centenary of the British Pteridological Society. Chris and Pauline Lloyd reach the summit of success in the transformation of their steeply sloping garden. Plus a look at the beauty of roadside verges. With Geoff Hamilton ,
Pippa Greenwood , Anne Swithinbank and Nigel Colborn.
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Ludovic Kennedy introduces the last of six dramas based on actual murder investigations. 6: Process of Elimination. An 11 -year-old boy is the victim of a sexually motivated killing. Police enquiries in the homosexual community lead nowhere, but the forensic scientists notice some tiny fibres on the body.
Directors/Producers Ian Duncan and Oliver Morse
Comedy sketch show with special guest star Mel Brooks and Dan Castellaneto.
Due Diligence. Director Buzz Slanger desperately needs a star for his new film.
You Call That a Dress. A daughter has a confrontation with her father at his funeral to say those things left unsaid. * PICTURE STORY: page 59
Last of a four-part series examining furniture.
Lamp. A look at the changing sources of light in our lives - from candles to lightbulbs, to tungsten-halogen designer lamps. The programme shows how, turned on and off at will, the lamp connects ancient symbolism with modern technology in a single object.
Producers Gina Newson , Jeremy Newson A Freelance Film Partners production for BBCtv
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With John Simpson.
The final programme is a trilogy of drama from the last three years of the Edinburgh Festival, opening with a television adaptation of a piece to be chosen from this year.
The Eyes of their Whites An abridgement for television of last year's premiere of the Market Theatre, Johannesburg's play which explores apartheid through the convulsed psyche of white South Africans. A series of powerful monologues and songs written and performed by Paul Slabolopsky and David Kramer.
The 1989 writing debut of actor Stuart Hepburn from the Traverse Theatre. Far from his rural homeland, Callum (Forbes Masson) is offered shelter by the streetwise Spud Valentine (Stuart McQuarrie ). High above the urban sprawl, they appear on the brink of a lasting friendship. As the night wears on, however, it emerges that Spud's confidence is bluff and his success is all part of a fantasy.