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BBC Two England

Modern Times Harley Street

London's Harley Street isa medical marketplace offering everythingfrom plastic surgery to life-saving cures. More than 1,000 doctors are packed into the cramped elegance of private medicine's most exclusive address. But what is really on offerfor those who have the means to pay? See today's choices.
Producers Malcolm Hirst and Charles Stewart Series editor Stephen Lambert
* Dr Mark Porter : page 41
BBC One London

Omnibus: Ready When You Are, Mr Patel

Tonight's Omnibus follows the Indian character actor Harish Patel, best known to British audiences for his portrayal of Changez in the BBC's Buddha of Suburbia, on a typically hectic day around the studios of Bombay. Patel, who specialises in playing lovable villains - a major character type in the Indian film industry - may be working on as many as three or four films every day.

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BBC Two England

Close-Up

To celebrate the centenary of the cinema, a range of people select theirfavourite movie moment, beginning with composer John Barry who chooses the ballet scene from An American in Paris.
The next Close-Up is at 8.50pm
BBC Two England

Close-Up

Continuingthe series of key movie moments, David Puttnam discusses a scenefrom his film The Killing Fields. The next Close-Up is at 11.0Opm
Producer Nick Freand Jones
BBC One London

Chicago Hope

A powerful drama series about the professional and personal conflicts facing the medical elite of a top flight hospital.
Starring Mandy Patinkin
Adam Arkin , Hector Elizondo
Surgeon Arthur Thurmond stands accused of incompetence. The brilliant but tempestuous Jeffrey Geiger uses state-of-the-art facilities to separate Siamese twins. See today's choices.
♦Who's who In Chicago Hope: page 24
BBC Two England

Close-Up

Cult director Russ Meyer selects the final scene in Casablanca.
The next Close-Up is tomorrow at 11.25pm
BBC Two England

Close-Up

Anotherfavourite movie moment.
Tonight, Denis Healey chooses a scene from Les Diaboliques.
The next Close-Up is tomorrow at 7.55pm
BBC Two England

Close-Up

Continuingthe series of programmes celebratingthe centenary of the cinema, in which people select their favourite movie moment.
In the first of tonight's programmes, writer Carla Lane chooses a scene from
Madonna of the Seven Moons.
The next Close-Up is at 8.50pm Stereo .
BBC Two England

Close-Up

In the second of tonight's programmes in the series inviting people to pick their personal highlight from the movies, writer J G Ballard chooses a scene from
Sunset Boulevard and television executive Janet Street-Porter selects a cut from Beauty and the Beast.
The next Close-Up is on Wednesday at 9.50pm
BBC Two England

Close-Up

More favourite moments in the movies.
John Waters chooses a scene from The Wizard of Oz and Mary Whitehouse recalls Brief Encounter.
The next Close-Up is tomorrow at 6.45pm
BBC Two England

Close-Up

More favourite movie moments.
John Carpenter chooses a scene from Rio Bravo and Ken Russell picks the robot transformation in Metropolis.
Next Close-Up: tomorrow. 10.20pm
BBC Two England

Close-Up

Jonathan Ross chooses his favourite scene from Russ Meyer 's film Faster
Pussycat Kill Kill.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts Subtitled
BBC Two England

Close-Up

Continuing the series celebrating the centenary of the cinema, in which people select their favourite movie moments. Tonight, novelist Maeve Binchy chooses a scene from On the Waterfront and director Michael Mann picks the climax to White Heat.
BBC Two England

Close-Up

Continuing the series of programmes celebrating the centenary of the cinema, in which people select their favourite moment from the movies. Tonight, director Roger Corman chooses the Odessa Steps sequence from Battleship Potemkin.
The next Close-Up is tomorrow at 11,45pm
Producer Nick Freand Jones
BBC Two England

Close-Up

Continuing the series of favourite movie moments, director Mike Figgis chooses a scene from Jean-Luc Godard
'sfilm Weekend.
The next Close-Up is tomorrow at 9.50pm
BBC Two England

Close-Up

Continuing the series of favourite movie moments, director and actor Richard Attenborough chooses a scene from Chaplin's City Lights, and Teresa Gorman MP selects one from
The Producers.
The next Close-Up is at 11.50pm
BBC Two England

Close-Up

Director Alex Cox chooses his film highlight - a scene from King Kong. The next Close-Up is tomorrow at 11.45pm
BBC Two England

Close-Up

Producer Christine Vachon selects as herfavourite movie moment a scene from Night of the Hunter.
The next Close-Up is tomorrow 8.25pm
BBC Two England

Close-Up

Animator and double Academy
Award-winner Nick Park , who created the characters Wallace and Gromit, chooses hisfavourite momentfrom the Norman
Wisdom comedy Up in the World.
The next C/ose-Up isat8.25pm Stereo ...
BBC Two England

Close-Up

Writer Hanif Kureishi chooses his favourite scene from the Beatles' film
A Hard Day's Night.






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