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Should white families be able to adopt black children?
Pathé News this week in 1954. A Griffin production for BBCtv
L Starring i
A jealous husband plots the perfect murder. With Sally Gray and Naunton Wayne. Director Edward Dmytryk (1949)
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Drama starring Bing Crosby
An alcoholic singer struggles to make a comeback. With
Grace Kelly and William Holden. Director George Seaton (1954)
The food of Hong j
The launch of Sputnik 1 in October 1957.
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Searching for wildlife on Exmoor.
On Challenged Wings j Profiles of five people who refuse to be limited by their disabilities.
Songs of Praise
Rob Andrew introduces highlights from
Twickenham where the stars of the future put their skills on display.
Commentary Nigel Starmer - j
Smith, Paul Dickenson. Producer Alan Gnffiths
Editor Philip Bernie
Sci-fi adventure as part of the Spaced Out season, starring Gil Gerard
The frozen body of Captain
"Buck" Rogers is picked up in the 25th century by a Draconian mothership and soon a revived Buck is on a mission to save the earth.
Director Daniel Haller (1979)
Colonel Wilma Deering:
Tonight's programme follows young Jason as he nears the end of his prison sentence. Producers John Holdsworth and Niall MacCormack
Assault on the Male
Scientists estimate sperm counts have fallen by half over the last 50 years. Testicular cancer and malformations of male organs have become increasingly common.
Biologists have found evidence of alarming abnormalities in fish, alligators and other wildlife which point to the animals becoming "feminised". From the swamps of Florida to a Boston laboratory where cancerous breast tissue revealed that chemicals were leaking from plastic containers and acting like female hormones on the cells, to Britain's reservoirs and medical clinics, Horizon tracks down the possible causes.
Since this programme was first shown, its alarming findings have been used in briefings of members of the US Congress and has led to environmental campaigns around the world. Producer Deborah Cadbury Editor Jana Bennett
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Art lover Sister
Wendy Beckett visits Antwerp, home to great artists: Bruegel,
Rubens and Van Eyck. She discovers a disturbing scene of violent anarchy, a gentle Venus and a tragic myth of betrayal and revenge.
Producer Randall Wright
Executive producer Nicholas Rossiter
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FILM Thriller starring
' Walter Matthau
Susan Blakely Colorado during the Second World War: a murder in the local PoW camp uncovers corruption and brutality.
Director Joseph Sargent (1990)
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Followed by Video Nation A daily look at people's everyday lives on video.
With Jeremy Paxman.
India Week India is at a very iteresting point at the noment. It is undergoingpolitical, social and cultural upheaval. I hope this series will provide a portrait of modern India as the country goes through dramatic cultural change," says producer Mary Sackville-West .
Each night this week the Late
Show focuses on a different aspect of India's culture and identity. This first programme investigates satellite television, which has taken India by storm, resulting in exploitation by international media conglomerates. It also includes an interview with Charles
Correa, the architect known as the "Richard Rogers of India". Series editor Michael Poole