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I Biopic of the Hollywood star, starring Ray Danton George Raft incarnated the image of the gangster. In real life, too, he lived on the fringes between the real dangers of the underworld and the glitter of show business.
Director Joseph M Newman (1961)
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On 22 December 1989,
Romanian dictator Ceaucescu was overthrown.
Live coverage of the second day's play between England and South Africa, from
Highlights of the coming weekend's Open University programmes.
Third of five programmes using clips from the BBC
Archives. Today: problems with props. With
Comedy with Sarah Davison.
Written by Philip Hawthorn.
Writer (Model Millie):
Further live coverage from
2.00 and 3.00
News and Weather Subtitled (news) and at
3.50 News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather
Magenta Devine and Rajan Datar visit Guatemala and Belize and find out where to go to have a good time. Producer Bridget Boseley Series producer Sharon Ali
Jazz and blues singer Suzanne Bonnar travels to America to discover her family and musical roots.
Director Elly Taylor ; Series producer May Miller A Garfield Kennedy production for BBCtv
A summer series which focuses on Britain's magazines instead of newspapers. To begin, Tony Parsons of The Daily Telegraph looks at the teenage titles.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Greater love hath no man," said Liberal MP and future party leader
Jeremy Thorpe , "than that he should lay down his friends for his life." Thorpe was referring to Prime Minister Harold
Macmillan's "night of the long knives" in August 1962, when he sacked a third of his cabinet.
In this season of cabinet reshuffles, Michael Cockerell reopens the file on this unprecedented act of political butchery, mixing rare archive footage with recollections of some of those involved. Was it panic on the part of the unflappable Macmillan, acting to put down a plot to overthrow him? If so, who was behind it? Producer Michael Cockerell
Introduced by Geoff Hamilton. Liz Rigbey visits a lighthouse keeper's garden, Nick Wray meets a retired miner with a passion for pinks, and Bob Flowerdew looks at a valuable resource in the garden - water. Series producer Laurence Vulliamy
Executive producer Tony Laryea ; A Catalyst TV production for BBCtv
The crew finds an abandoned spaceship on an ocean bed, but all the crew are dead.
With Chris Barrie, Craig Charles, Danny John-Jules, Hattie Hayridge and Robert Llewellyn.
A Grant/Naylor production for BBCtv
Michael Moore continues to challenge viewers with a blend of contemporary affairs stories. Tonight's programme includes British reporter Louis Theroux taking a look into
President Bill Clinton 's past.
And an opinion poll reveals how many people believe they can tell the difference between a mouse and a baby rat.
Producers Michael Moore and Kathleen Glynn Executive producer Jeremy Gibson
Comedian Sean Hughes travels around the UK. This week he is in Manchester.
Producer Katie Pearson Rpt Stereo
Then Video Nation Shorts
Highlights of the second day's play between England and South Africa at Headingley.
The return of the series looking at the lives of six Manchester students who share a house. Director Stephen Dodd
Producer Spencer Campbell
Comedy musical. A village musician dreams of the big time in Kinshasa, Zaire. Stolen money entangles him in conflicting love affairs. In French with English subtitles. With Papa Wemba and Bibi Krubwa.
Directors Benoit Lamy ; Ngangura Mweze
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