The Super Six
Commentary from the Oval. The second phase of the tournament gets underway with the meeting of the runners-up from each group in the first round. Including at 2.15* News * Approximate times
A horse-racing comedy by Dave Sheasby. 5: Margaret struggles to keep her precious syndicate together. Is there a connection between
Mr Fatman 's virus and a mysterious offer to buy them out? with Tony Rohr , Tracy-Ann Oberman ,
James Taylor , Harry Myers. Angela Wynter , Fine Time Fontayne, Becky Hindley and Stephen Critchlow Director David Hunter
By Steve May. Rosewell College of Higher Education is in the throes of change. Terry has been gazumped for the job of Dean by nerdy Nigel, who now threatens to chase industrial sponsorship at any cost. with Alison Pettitt , Tessa Worsley and Craig Crosbie. Director Peter Kavanagh
Something to celebrate.
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By Paul Godfrey. Ten years ago this month, thousands of students gathered in Tiananmen Square to demand change. In this drama, the citizens of Beijing add their support as students stage a hunger strike. Unless the students agree to evacuate the square, the military will be drafted in. On June 4 1989, time runs out for the people in Tiananmen Square. with Der-Shin Hwang, Adrian Pang ,
David Cheung , Burt Kwouk , Tom Wu and Gary Tang Director Jeremy Mortimer
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