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Materials which have provided brushes for the oil painter.
Experience the sights and sounds of Chicago, America's second city. Rpt
I Romantic drama starring
A wealthy married banker selfishly strings his mistress along as he leads a life of glamour and excitement.
Director Robert Stevenson (b/w
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Biographical drama starring Edward Arnold, Cary Grant.
Financier Jim Fisk rises from obscurity to become a giant of Wall Street. His lavish lifestyle leads him into a relationship with a beautiful showgirl - the beginning of his downfall.
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Visiting the "last manor house to be built in England", in Gloucestershire. Rpt
Victorian Masterpiece. How one of the most extraordinary buildings in the world was created. Rpt
The Pampas. An expedition to the home of Argentina's national bird, the hornero.
Followed by Jumpcuts
A preview of the weekend's OU programmes.
In this Horizon film
Dr Ann Kendall sets out to test the idea that the Inca fields and canals in the Peruvian Andes could be made to flourish again.
Followed by James Cameron : Once Upon a Time
The respected journalist visits past haunts, including Berlin and Venice. Rpt
Regional News; Weather
Further coverage from the meeting at Goodwood.
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And, from Pond's Forge Pool, Sheffield, the European
Swimming Championships, which return to Great Britain for the first time since 1938.
Commentary by Hamilton Bland and Lindsey Fraser. With Helen Rollason.
Swimming producer Alastair Scott
The European Show Jumping Championships from Gijon,
Spain. In this, the second day of competition, the team medals are to be decided. The Dutch team will be keen to defend the title they won in La Baule two years ago but the British team, runners-up then, will be equally determined. Commentary Stephen Hadley , Michael Tucker.
Jealous and hurt, Gil competes with his own father when 10-year-old Kevin begins to spend more time with Grandpa Frank.
Presented by John Diamond.
A Granada production for BBCtv
A series of programmes investigating issues of particular significance to the black community in Britain. Sons and Lovers
"I think why men tend to go round having children all over the place, is basically an ego thing." Wilma is an unmarried single black mother of four children. Her views are shared by many of the African-Caribbean single mothers that make up half of all black families. A
Black explores the clash of attitudes over macho men and absent fathers in Britain's
African-Caribbean community. Producer Bob Mullan
Series producer Charles Bruce
Including reports on fruit and vegetables growing on the north-west coast of Scotland, in no soil; those perennially changing plant names; and a visit to a tropical paradise in Somerset. With Geoff Hamilton , Nick Wray and Alan Titchmarsh.
Series producer Laurence Vulliamy Executive producer Tony Laryea
A Catalyst TV production for BBCtv
Alas the last Alas.... of the series. But never mind the second series begins next week. Director/Producer Martin Shardlow
Is there more to a door, bridge or staircase than meets the eye?
The Door. Place of paranoia and promise, focusing our fascination with what lies beyond. A club bouncer, a woman forced by burglars to turn her flat into a fortress, an artist, a priest and a psychologist are among those taking part. Film clips include Hitchcock's Spellbound and Orson Welles's Citizen Kane. Fritz Lang's Secret beyond the Door is screened at 11.20pm. Director/Producer Mark Kidel
A Third Eye production for BBCtv
Tony Hawks and Jo Brand head a panel of comedians answering questions from the studio audience and viewers at home. Jimmy Mulville is in the chair. Director John F D Northover Producer Dan Patterson
A Hat Trick production for BBCtv
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With Francine Stock.
Thriller starring Joan Bennett
Celia marries Mark after a whirlwind romance in Mexico, but when they return to his ancestral home she makes a chilling discovery.
Director Fritz Lang (1948)
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