Second World War drama starring
Director Mark Robson (1944)
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Crime drama with George Raft. uireciuf cuwin L Marin (1946)
With Joan Crawford and William Powell.
Director Richard Boleslawski (1937)
With Germaine Greer.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Queen Anne and early
Made by Man
A look at the cartwright.
Today's programme in the documentary series for those thinking about retirement takes a look at campaigners, with guest
David Bellamy , Stereo FREE MAGAZINE: send a large sae (52p stamp) to [address removed]
Live coverage from the House of Commons, with Prime Minister's questions.
Ordinary women question a male guest of their choice. With Janet Street-Porter .
A growing number of women are having hysterectomies which they did not consent to, and which they did not need. Fiona Bruce reports.
I Producer Hilary Rosen
! Editor Mike Flood Page
(First snown on BBC South East)
Martial arts drama starring
A mysterious stranger arrives in the Wild West, and puts his martial arts skills to the test.
With Barry Sullivan , Albert Salmi , Wayne Maunder
Director Jerry Thorpe (1972)
Animation narrated by Orson Welles.
Current affairs programme for the south east.
Editor Mike Flood Page REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations below
A gastronomic journey through France, with Mireille Johnston. This week, Paris. Producer Clare Brigstocke
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Freedom of expression is the touchstone of all freedoms enshrined in the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights. Playwright Arthur Miller explains how, all over the world, violence is replacing imprisonment as the main method of silencing writers.
"East and west no longer stand eyeball to eyeball, threatening life on earth. Now the struggle is against the silencing of opinions, of inconvenient facts, of truth." (Repeatedat 12mldnight)
Including reports from the British Touring Car
Championship, and on the reputation of the Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost.
Ella Cotter 's biological clock is ticking loudly, but her husband Jamesie is "firing blanks". Written by Ian Pattison
Director/Producer Colin Gilbert
Michael Ignatieff returns to the land of his birth to report on nationalism in Canada. "Quebecois nationalism is the one I've really seen at first hand," he says. "When I lived in Canada, I thought I was beyond nationalism myself, but going back I reallse that my own sense of where I come from is a lot more important to me."
French-speaking Quebec nationalism is a major political force in Canada, but there are other less publicised minorities. Haitian immigrants may not be welcome in Quebec, and in the north, theCree people put their case for an internationally recognised Cree nation. Producer Colin Thomas
Tonight, a trip to Birmingham. Director John Hooper
Series producer Nicholas Rossiter
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
With Tracey MacLeod.
(Shownat8.20pm) Stereo Subtitled
Concluding the season of Australian dramas.
A disc jockey believes he has a happy marriage - until his wife makes a confession.
Director Paul Cox (1984)