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Polyglot Printer of Antwerp
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Open Advice: There's a Degree in Me Somewhere
With Philippa Forrester and Toby Anstis. Phone in on [number removed]for a chance to play Maggot Moments.
A 13-part animation.
11: The animals cross into fields of delicious looking cabbages.
Fantasy adventure game with Michael Troughton and Tracy-Jane White.
A six-part drama series.
5: Julia finally gains control of Ben's mind.
Fast-moving music magazine.
Attack of the Alligators. An experiment to help feed the world goes horribly wrong.
Western starring I Randolph Scott
Gun salesman Steve Farrell is demonstrating the new rapid-fire Colt .45s when they are stolen by outlaw Jason Brett. Farrell sets out in pursuit.
Director Edwin LMarin
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The south east region's political review with Laurie Mayer. Plus reports from Tim Friend and Philippa Thomas.
The original 1971 performance of Benjamin Britten's television opera, commissioned by the BBC and shown to coincide with the Festival of Britten being held in London. With a libretto by Myfanwy Piper based on a short story by Henry James, it is the tale of Owen, pacifist outcast of a militaristic family, and his struggle with the "curse of the Wingraves".
The English Chamber Orchestra is conducted by the composer.
(A live performance of Britten's "War Requiem" can be seen tonight at 7.30pm)
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Featuring the men's downhill from Lillehammer in Norway. A chance for the world's best downhillers to race the mountain that will find next year's
Olympic champion. Introduced by David Vine.
Featuring Ireland v England Frances Wales
Highlights from yesterday's deciding matches in the Five Nations Championship.
Commentary by Bill McLaren and Nigel Starmer-Smith . Introduced by Chris Rea.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
The Ghosts of Ruby.This natural history story of the old wild west is set in Ruby,
Arizona, once a noisy goldmining town. In the early days, black widow spiders lurked in the toilets, but as the town grew the community of creatures such as cacomistles, killdeers, and killer-mice were largely evicted. Today, although the minerals have gone and Ruby is a ghost town, the wildlife has returned to re-enact conflicts of the past.
Narrated by Julian Pettifer. Producer Robin Brown
Series editor John Sparks
As the Clinton administration reviews America's healthcare system, Simon Gompertz reports from Washington on moves to curtail profits of drug companies that could affect some of Britain's largest household names.
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Editor Jane Ellison
Live from the Royal Albert
Hall, London, this performance of Benjamin Britten 's epic choral work forms the climax of the LSO's Festival of Britten held over recent weeks in London. The Requiem, which sets the Latin Mass for the Dead alongside the First World War poetry of Wilfred Owen , is conducted by Mstislav Rostropovich , a close friend and collaborator of the composer.
Soloists are the Bolshoi's star soprano, Makvala Kasrashvili , and British singers
Anthony Rolfe Johnson (tenor) and Bryn Terfel (baritone). The London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus join forces with the Choristers of St Paul's
Cathedral. Introduced by Michael Berkeley. Director Peter Maniura
During a time of profound change in national mood, novelist Robert Wilson hires a car and goes on the road with producer Mike MacCormack to some of the less well-off, less well-known parts of the United Kingdom. They follow no particular route and stop at random to talk to their fellow citizens in pubs, cafes, in their homes and on the streets. His approach is unplanned and spontaneous, and he takes the time to listen to his fellow citizens. The resulting film refreshingly captures the undiluted experience and changing mood of people all round the country and offers the rest of the nation an opportunity to see a part of itself it rarely sees.
Another showing for this BBC film from director Jack Gold , written by Nigel Williams , starring Ian Holm Sara Kestelman Leo McKern
1960s: a Cambridge don is coming to the end of his turbulent career. His last student arrives, bringing with him a disturbing threat. Dark secrets emerge that shake the foundations of both their lives.
This powerful story of love and betrayal is based on real-life characters.
Producer David M Thompson
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American comic Dave Thomas introduces his own creation, Johnny J Folsom , in the last programme of the series.