Today: the Patch Stop. AFelgateproductionfor BBCtv
Animated drama series. An Action Time production for BBCtv
Today, the Aboriginal tale which explains why the emu cannot fly. Stereo
(Shown last Monday on BBC
First in a 13-part serial.
Written by Valerie Georgeson , from a story by Margaret stuan Barry Rpt
A Broadsword production for BBCtv
Animation about a dog who lives in a shoe.
Series three from 1980.
Episode written by Margaret Simpson
Today: young camels and babirusa pigs. With
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Life with a group of students.
The south east's political review, presented by Susannah Simons. With reports from Jonathan Beale and Tim Friend.
Action from the RAC Rally which started this morning in Birmingham.
UK Championship from the Guild Hall, Preston. With
Featuring Scotland v New
Zealand, and Leicester uBath. Introduced by Chris Rea.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston
A compilation of last week's record of life in Sarajevo.
Steve Lee rounds up the day's action in the RAC Rally.
Today, the first semi-final of the singles competition in the sheepdog trials and the start of the brace championship.
Introduced by Phil Drabble. Director Ian Russeli ; Producer Ian Smith
In the week of a unique initiative to boost Anglo-Indian trade, Steve Annett reports on the reforms that are transforming the world's biggest democracy and asks whether India can deliver an economy from which British companies can profit. Producer SubnivBabuta
Editor Jane Ellison
An evening of programmes to mark the 30th anniversary of the assassination of President
John F Kennedy on 22 November 1963. Together they aim to give a sense of why his death mattered to people.
8.20 Dear Jackie
More than two million people from around the world, shocked by the assassination of the president, wrote tojackie Kennedy. The letters, unread for 30 years, form a snapshot of the nation in mourning. A
Harvard student remembers the night John F Kennedy was elected; a salesman was inspired to run for local office; a schoolgirl describes her visit to the Oval
Office; a Dallas housewife recalls seeing the motorcade on that last fateful day. Producer Helen Bettinson
Executive producer Laurence Rees
How the world mourned with Mrs Kennedy
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8.50 JFK: a Personal
Memory by Gore Vidal In a specially recorded television talk, controversial author and screenwriter Gore
Vidal, who shared a stepfather withjacqueline Kennedy, reflects onJFK's presidency.
Producer Anthony Lee
The Mysterious Career of Lee Harvey Oswald
Was Lee Harvey
Oswald a mentally disturbed gunman acting alone, as the report of the Warren Commission suggested? Was he one of two gunmen, as the House Select Committee on Assassinations concluded? Or was he, as he claimed, an innocent fall guy?
This Timewatch investigative biography sifts through the mysteries of Oswald's life, from his troubled childhood and his
Marine service to his dramatic defection to the Soviet Union in 1959 and his return to the USA.
According to producer
William Cran , it aims "to enable the viewer to make the right decision about who was responsible for Kennedy's assassination", and presents newly unearthed evidence.
Editor Laurence Rees
Alex Cox introduces a feature film concluding this special evening of programmes.
The Parallax View
A political thriller starring
A journalist is among the witnesses to a political assassination in Seattle. Three years later he discovers that many of those who saw the killing have died suspiciously. The film is being shown in its original CinemaScope ratio.
DirectorAlan J Pakula (1974)
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