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Expressive Arts

The Art

The Art of Things

Duration: 20 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Art for 11-14 year olds looking at inanimate objects as art works including the work of architect Edward Cullinan, typographer Stephen Male & sculptor Antony Gormley. KS3 Art.

FILM Romantic adventure starring Clark Gable Jane Hoyt arrives in Hong
Kong determined to rescue her photographer husband, who has vanished in China.
Director Edward Dmytryk ( 1955)
FILM REVIEWS pages 45-49

Contributors

Unknown:
Clark Gable
Unknown:
Jane Hoyt
Director:
Edward Dmytryk
Hank Lee:
Clark Gable
Jane Hoyt:
Susan Hayward
InspMerryweather:
Michael Rennie
LouisHoyt:
Gene Barry
Rene:
Alex D'Arcy

The Disposables
In Colombia, years of political and drug-related murders have created one of the most violent societies in the world.
Now a sinister new form of killing, called social cleansing, has begun. Beggars, thieves, homosexuals, prostitutes and street children - Colombia's "disposable people" -are preyed upon by death squads.
The murderers are usually hired by shopkeepers and businessmen who want to clean up the streets of what they consider unproductive human beings. In one instance, tramps were lured to a university campus and then slaughtered to provide body parts for medical students.
Emily Buchanan tracks down the victims and their killers.
Producer Giselle Portenier
EditorGlynn Jones

Contributors

Unknown:
Emily Buchanan
Producer:
Giselle Portenier
Producer:
Editorglynn Jones

This week: an alternative to meatballs - turkey polpettes in soured cream. Also,
Californian wines have lost out with British wine drinkers but a tasting reveals some good buys; and three top London chefs take on the challenge of cooking breakfast for a regiment of hungry soldiers during night manoeuvres on Salisbury Plain.
Studio director Linda Nash
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincte A Bazal production for BBCtv
MICHAEL BARRY page 18

Contributors

Director:
Linda Nash
Producers:
Alison Field
Producers:
Tim Hincte
Unknown:
Michael Barry

American science fiction series. Deliver Us from Evil. 19 March 1966: Sam is overjoyed to return to the life of Jimmy La Matta , a retarded teenager with a loving family.
Followed by The Day Today MiniNews A preview of tomorrow's 9pm bulletin.

Contributors

Unknown:
Jimmy La Matta

"My probation officer said she's glad I'm doing this instead of robbing and getting put away again," says Tony. He's a windscreen washer manning the lights just south of the Thames at Vauxhall Cross in London.
This programme observes the humour and aggression, the privations and rewards, of a year in the life of the "squeegies", who lie in wait of motorists at the traffic lights and clean their windscreens in the hope of a tip. Leah, who is 28, is "the Queen Bee of the crosses", but even she is not hardened to the rigours of the life. "If you're being nice and they're still rude it hurts you and makes it more difficult to have the will power to go on and ask other people," she says.
The film is also a frank picture of the street society that the squeegies live in, of which washing screens is just a part.
Director Paul Bernays
Series editor Paul Watson
Followed by Sarajevo - a Street under Siege

Contributors

Director:
Paul Bernays
Editor:
Paul Watson

A special programme from Scotland featuring a rare performance by the Scottish rock group, Cocteau Twins; a review of the new book of short stories by A L Kennedy; and veteran cellist Vedran Smailovic from Sarajevo. Presented by Sheena MacDonald.

Contributors

Unknown:
Vedran Smailovic
Presented By:
Sheena MacDonald.

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