12: Doom ofthe Dictator. Flash finally defeats Emperor Ming.
12: Wave of Disaster. Dr Vulcan holds New York to ransom.
A profile of Fred Trueman.
John Thirlwell 's personal view of Legoland in Denmark.
A documentary about Egypt.
I Ronald Colman
1918: a soldier suffering from amnesia falls in love and marries. Life is blissfully happy. Then one day he disappears. Director Mervyn LeRoy
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How a schoolboy develops into a professional musician.
Twenty Years On: Craghead The story of a Durham mining town.
Snacks including deep-fried sesame prawn toast.
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Gravediggers from Cumbria and Cheshire reflect on their age-old craft which remains almost unchanged by 20th century automation. Producer Robin Anderson
Thriller starring Robert Ryan
An undercover agent is sent to Tokyo to infiltrate a crime syndicate run by Americans.
Director Samuel Fuller ● FILMS: pages 25-29
A two-part education special. 1: Why Don't the English Care About Education? Sir Claus
Moser recently appealed for a transformation in attitudes to education in this country. His concern is that we simply do not meet the needs of most young people or indeed of the country. In this programme he seeks answers to the cultural malaise that surrounds our attitudes.
Producer Marilyn Wheatcroft Editor John Kerry
A Television History Workshop production for BBCtv
The arrival of 1992 will see the end of most EC customs checks. Will this mean we have to buy meat from countries with an appalling animal welfare record? Writer and restaurateur Antonio Carluccio embarks on a gastronomic tour of central Europe by cooking goulash soup for Hungarian horse farmers.
With Paul Heiney , Michael Barry and Jill Goolden. Studio director Linda Nash
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks
A Bazal production for BBCtv Details on Ceefax page 616
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Offbeat American sci-fi adventure series starring Scott Bakula
Catch a Falling Star. 21 May 1979: Sam becomes an understudy in a Broadway play. STEREO
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The Christian Brothers controlled the education of hundreds of thousands of Catholic boys in Ireland over more than a century. The independent Irish film-maker Cathal Black , himself an "old boy" of their schools, shows with this provocative and unusual film the effect the Brothers have had on the Irish psyche. Set in the 1950s and shot in black and white, Our Boys uses archive footage, interviews and dramatic reconstruction to explore what Black sees as one of the root causes of sectarian division and social conflict in Irish life.
Screenplay Dermot Healy
Short films by new directors. Impulse. A bizarre romantic adventure begins when a bunch of red tulips materialises in the hands of a man in the street.
Directors David Charap. Eleanor Yule
With Jeremy Paxman.
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