Note: repeats are not indicated.
From Here to Democracy?
Kirsty Wark visits the Central Asian republic of Kazakhstan to examine the ethnic division and strife caused by the break-up of the former Soviet Union.
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Rough Guide to Careers
Rough Guide to the Sea. From powerboat racing to life as a buyer in the swimwear industry, Steve Carson and Kuldip Dhadda look at jobs afloat. Series producer Margaret Enefer
Return of the series in which members of the public make programmes under their own editorial control.
The World's First Nuclear
Hostage. Mordechai Vanunu came to Britain six years ago with evidence to support his claim that Israel was secretly producing nuclear weapons.
Just before his revelations were published, he was kidnapped by Mossad agents, returned to Israel and sentenced in a secret trial to 18years' solitary confinement. Made by his brother Meir on behalf of the Campaign to Free Vanunu to mark the sixth anniversary of his controversial disclosures, this film tells the full story of an individual whose conscience led him to risk life and freedom for the sake of global security.
Producer Gerry Pomeroy
Executive producer Giles Oakley
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Concluding the Timewatch Special that recalls the time, 30 years ago, when the world went to the brink of nuclear war.
October 1962: the dramatic story of the US naval blockade, the shooting down of a US spy plane and the Soviet preparations for a nuclear response to a US invasion of Cuba is told by insiders from both the Kremlin and the White House and by Fidel Castro himself.
Second in a three-part drama serial by Leigh Jackson , starring Anton Lesser A body is discovered on Hampstead Heath.
Producer Fiona Finlay Director Roger Michell
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Det Sgt Sheaf:
Chocolate Cake Woman:
An atmospheric account in six episodes of the liberation and its effect on Italian civilians and the advancing American forces during the last months of the Second World War.
With Maria Michi , Gar Moore , Harriet White and Bill Tubbs.
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