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Johnny learns that his parents plan to separate, he runs away to be with his father. But storyteller Uncle Remus tricks him into returning.
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Pop music magazine. This week's programme includes indie group Garbage, the ambient British band Audioweb and swing beat stars KCi and JoJo. Plus the usual features and a roundup of the latest pop news and views. With
Jayne Middlemiss and Jamie Theakston.
Producer Barry Ryan ; Executive producer
The last programme in the current series tackling issues of importance to disabled people speculates on the Government's imminent mental health policy. Will it really meet people's needs? Plus an investigation into whether new housing regulations will improve the situation for disabled people.
Editor Ian Macrae
Continuingthe series that offers practical advice on buying and caring for antiques. Tonight's programme features items on the history of Liberty style and the vintage and classic cars in the Monte Carlo Rally.
Art detective Phillip Mould offers insight into how he uncovers the identity of Old Masters, and Tim and Penny
Lake visit London's Lots Road auction to hunt for bargains. Presented by Francine Stock , with Tim Wonnacott.
David Dickinson and Madeline Marsh.
Series producer Jane Lomas ; Series editor Mark Hill
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Dr Johnson seeks Prince George's support for his new dictionary.
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The historical documentary series continues with nine grammar school boys recalling their schooldays and reflecting on how that system affected their lives. With former Chancellor of the Exchequer Kenneth Clarke, film director David Puttnam, author Barry Hines and biologist Steve Jones.
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The Scholte Affair
The series exploring popular culture returns with three films this week, starting with a look at Dutch artist Rob Scholte.
Critically acclaimed and commercially successful in the eighties, Scholte had his world shattered by a car bomb attack in 1994 in which he lost both his legs. The perpetrator's identity remains a mystery. This film tells the artist's remarkable story. Directorlan MacMillan; Series Editor
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