Andrzej Mularczyk 's
1989 Prix Italia winner. The story of an elderly Jew who returns to his homeland to discover that it's not the place of his memories.
With David Bannerman , Sue Broomfield , John Gabriel , Moir Leslie and Harold Kasket.
Music by Marcin Blazewicz. Translated by Joanna Krahelska-Bialecka . Director Henryk Rozen Executive producer
John Tydeman. Stereo
The fifth of six parts. Is the reunification of Germany reawakening old fears among neighbouring countries that suffered under the Reich? David Wheeler discusses the question with a Pole, a Frenchman, a Dutchman and an Austrian.
Producer Harry Schneider
The final part of an adaptation of Peter Turnbull 's novel.
Just as it appears that some progress has been made in the investigation, Donoghue receives a report of another murder. 'P Division' closes in ... Adapted by Stephen Mulrine
Director Hamish Wilson. Stereo
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