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50 Years of the Today Programme

The history of the Radio 4 breakfast show, which was conceived by Robin Day as a kind of "morning miscellany" programme in and went on to gain huge popularity.
See page 124.
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A Day in the Death of Joe Egg

A film of dramatist Peter Nichols's critically acclaimed sixties black comedy about a couple, Bri and Sheila, who escape into a world of fantasy and make-believe as a way of coping with bringing up their 10-year-old daughter, who has cerebral palsy. Starring Eddie Izzard, Victoria Hamilton, Prunella Scales, John Warnaby and Robin Weaver. Out of the ordinary: page 13
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A Day In the Death of Joe Egg

Eddie Izzard heads the cast in Peter Nichols 's black comedy about a family coping with a disabled child. Also starring Victoria Hamilton ,
Prunella Scales , John Warnaby , Robin Weaver and Elizabeth Holmes-Gwillim . (S)(W)
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Charging for Alexander

A revealing documentary following historian Robin Lane Fox as he travels from Oxford's dreamy spires to Morocco's dusty plains to shadow Oliver Stone as historical adviser on the set of the director's latest movie, Alexander. Every don has his day: page 25
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Robin and the 7 Hoods

Comedy starring Frank Sinatra.
Chicago in the 1920s sees gangster Guy Gisborne making himself the underworld's new king. However, a small band of good-natured hoods, led by Robbo, are determined to cause him trouble. Film of the Day: page 45.
Director Gordon Douglas (1964, U)
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Scene: Solo

From 1971, Robin Knox-Johnston, winner of the Golden Globe solo sailing race, recounts the highs and lows of his 312-day voyage.
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BBC Proms 2002

The King's singers - tenor Paul Phoenix, counter-tenors Robin Tyson and David Hurley, baritones Gabriel Crouch and Philip Lawson, and bass Stephen Connolly - perform a unique blend of ancient and modem madrigals. Interspersed with songs from The Triumphs of Oriana - a 1601 collection in praise of Queen Elizabeth I - are seven new madrigals which have been specially commissioned from leading British composers and poets to mark the Queen's Golden Jubilee.
The concert is preceded by a film about the modern-day collaborations, and a conversation between Charles Hazlewood and some of those involved in the project.
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Clement Freud: in His Own Words

Time Shift explores the varied life and career of the MP, broadcaster, columnist and author. See panel (S)
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Brasil, Brasil

New series 1/3. A review of Brazilian music and history from the days of slavery and the birth of samba to the contemporary hip-hop and baile funk scenes. See page 126.






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