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I Comedy drama concluding the short season of films starring James Cagney
A one-time reporter and a courageous newspaperwoman battle against crooked bosses in a small town. With Grace George and Marjorie Main. Director William K Howard (1943)
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I Romantic comedy starring
Robert Montgomery A couple discover that a state boundary change has rendered their marriage void. With Gene Raymond. Director Alfred Hitchcock (1941).
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Thailand's Elephant Festival.
Jacques Cousteau reports on the benefits of the Turbosail system for ships.
With Chris Jarvis.
Profile of Indonesia.
Subtitled (news) Under Sail
The building of a special sail training vessel.
A visit to the Algarve.
MEPs debate the troubled succession to Jacques Delors.
A woman visits her sister in Australia after an absence of 20 years. With Joan Sydney.
Director Mark DeFriest (1988)
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Science fiction starring Lorne Greene.
A peace conference in outer space to end 1,000 years of war between mankind and the Cylons is threatened by a surprise Cylon attack.
Director Richard A Colia (1978)
Dying for a Donor
Baby George Jackson wasjust one month old when he died, still waiting for the donation of a heart that would save his life.
In this moving and enlightening film George's parents, Francis and Sharon Jackson , examine the British transplant system that they feel failed them and their son. They meet other parents, and talk to the experts, politicians and the medical ethical establishment that lays down the rules.
Francis and Sharon believe that it is vital for the policy on organ donation to be changed. They say that if organs were automatically available, unless the patient carried a card forbidding it, countless lives would be saved. Perhaps even baby George would have lived. Director/Producer Stewart Lansley Series producer Sue Davidson A Kilroy production for BBCtv
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In the last in the series, David Stafford looks at Ley lines and tries to sort fact from fiction, Caryn Franklin has an emotional encounter with the marine mammals of the Inner Hebrides, Richard Mabey reveals the techniques of map worming, and Ray Mears builds a better bivouac.
Producer Kathryn Moore
Series producer Colette Foster
Further live coverage from
It is estimated that more than 100,000 people will have voted in Britain's biggest design competition, the results of which are announced tonight.
So will the MZ motorbike ride off with more votes than the thermal flask? Will the Pet Shop Boys' CD box drum up more support than the Friends of the Earth's "Acid Rain" campaign? Will Barcelona's Olympic village or Woodlea School be top of the form in the architecture section?
Muriel Gray hosts the event while former winners describe what has happened to them since the last competition. And the Tokyo Design Network explain how they have identified bunka gijutsu, the quality that makes objects desirable.
Producer John Bush ; Executive producer
Followed by The Jupiter Collision Stereo
The guests on tonight's s show are the master of the slide guitar Chris Rea , and ex-Shakespears Sister Marcella Detroit. Hosted by Loudon Wainwright III. Director Maureen White
Three poets discuss the varied tradition of poetry in the Caribbean and its effect on British poetry.
A discussion about the role of ethical principles in medical decision-making.