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Musical comedy starring
Judy Garland who died 25 years ago today, with Mickey Rooney
Student playboy Danny always manages to find a pretty girl to pursue, even in a men-only college. Includes a classic Gershwin score.
With Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra.
Director Norman Taurog (1943)

Contributors

Unknown:
Judy Garland
Unknown:
Mickey Rooney
Unknown:
Tommy Dorsey
Director:
Norman Taurog
Ginger Gray:
Judy Garland
Danny Churchill Jr:
Mickey Rooney
Bud Livermore:
Gil Stratton
Henry Lathrop:
Roberte Strickland
Rags:
"rags' Ragland
Specialty:
June Allyson
Polly Williams:
Nancy Walker

Live coverage, including the second round of the men's singles. Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
Including at
2.00, 3.00 News and Weather Subtitled (news) and at
3.50 News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather

Contributors

Introduced By:
Desmond Lynam.

Includes features on the bees of Buckfast Abbey; the meaning of "map worming"; the key components of a wilderness survival kit; and the countryside "wrongs of way". Producer Kathryn Moore
Series producer Colette Foster

Contributors

Producer:
Kathryn Moore

Teenager Simon Willerton's suicide in 1990 brought to six the number of young prisoners who hanged themselves in British prisons in just over six months. It prompted a public debate over conditions in remand prisons and Armley in particular, where overcrowding had reached such a level that prison officers refused to admit any new inmates.
Simon faced a burglary charge over the theft of a hot-water bottle from an unoccupied flat. Less a hardened criminal than an immature, gawky teenager who never fitted in, Simon's tragic death inspired writer Vincent O'Connell and director Corin Campbell-Hill to tell his story.
Simon is played by Hull teenager, Paul Popplewell, whose credits include theatre versions of Grease and The Rocky Horror Show.
Producer Hilary Salmon

Contributors

Writer:
Vincent O'Connell
Director:
Corin Campbell-Hill
Producer:
Hilary Salmon
Simon:
Paul Popplewell
Annie:
Leanne Whalley
Marie:
Cheryl Godber
Toddy:
Nicky Evans
Gaz:
Jensen Marriott
Brenda:
June Watson
Stacy:
Lynda Rooke
Tom:
Richard Mayes
DC Harris:
Ray Ashcroft

The Shoes
A new pair of shoes, a stroll in the park, and a playful dog lead a woman to the verge of a nervous breakdown. With
Helen Lindsay and Janet Henfrey. Written, produced and directed by Nicholas Martin
Then Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Unknown:
Helen Lindsay
Unknown:
Janet Henfrey.
Directed By:
Nicholas Martin

Dutch-born architect Rem
Koolhaas is a neo-modernist who made his reputation with theoretical essays on the secret life of the city. These were Utopian visions that could never be built, but surprisingly he is now one of the hottest properties in architecture with commissions all over the world. To find out why, this Late Show special travels to Rotterdam, Amsterdam and Lille. In Lille, at one of Europe's major hubs where cross-channel traffic branches off to Paris or Brussels, Koolhaas has been appointed master architect for a massive new urban development, a project now under construction by a team of 20 architects under his leadership.

BBC Two England

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