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John FitzMaurice Mills looks at techniques used by artists through the ages.
Pathe News this week in 1953. A Griffin production for BBCtv
Comedy starring Bud Abbott
Chick and Mervyn have one ambition - to be mystery writers. But when the head of a New York radio station is murdered, the boys find themselves in a real-life drama.
Director Erie C Kenton (1942)
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Comedy drama starring Jane Wyman, James Stewart.
When Rip Smith gets word from a friend that the town of Grandview exactly reflects "national" opinions, he sees a way to prevent his opinion poll organisation from going broke.
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Bryan McNerney looks at breweries. Rpt
A 40 Minutes documentary on loneliness. Rpt
Highlights from Silverstone.
Across the Cactus Desert. A look at an extraordinary desert where the world's highest temperature was recorded.
Followed by Who's a Clever Boy? Talking birds show off their chattiness. Rpt
How a tanner mixes his ingredients. Rpt
Followed by Thora on the Straight and Narrow
Regional News; Weather
Brian Thompson makes a journey along the Nile. Rpt
Andrew Rawnsley , the Guardian's political columnist, hosts a visual quiz show based on events that have made the news in recent history.
A Mentorn Films production for BBCtv
News from the Hampton Court International Flower Show.
Courtroom drama, based on a true story, starring Gary Cooper Rod Steiger
General Billy Mitchell is a passionate campaigner for the creation of a separate airforce. But when he goes public with his criticism of the military establishment, he is brought to trial in a secret court martial.
Director Otto Preminger (1955) SEE FILMS pages 39-44
Series of films on British culture and identity. Takeaway Lives
On every high street in every town across the land, the Chinese takeaway is a cultural institution, preserving ancient values in a modern, alien, western world. Yet how much do we know about the people who live and work in them?
Behind the scenes, life is not always easy, especially for the young British Chinese torn between their loyalty to tradition and their need to forge lives of their own.
Directors Andy Francis and Mian Har Ng Producer Sunandan Walia
A Wangmo production for BBCtv
Six residents search for works of art to borrow for the Byker housing estate, Newcastle. They visit the Yorkshire
Sculpture Park, the world's largest David Hockney collection, and the National
Museum of Photography, Film and Television. Presented by Muriel Gray.
Director Peter Jamieson
Award-winning romance-with-music from Canada, starring
With husband Teddy captured by the Japanese at Singapore, Daisy Cooper 's stay in India is brought to a sudden end. She returns to Canada to begin a new life, and attracts the attentions of a handsome trombonist. However, she is determined to wait for her husband's return.
Director Anne Wheeler (1989)
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(The Wedding). A short dance film by French director
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
First of four nightly visits to the Byker housing estate in Newcastle, where residents have the opportunity of borrowing celebrated works of art for their homes.
The Blue Thread. This French documentary explores the life of colour through the ages, focusing on black and blue.
Producer Henry Colomer
This project offers hope for treating fatal genetic diseases, yet could provide new grounds for discrimination.