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Forty Minutes, Female Circumcision
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produced by Louise Panton, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1983), 44 mins
This BAFTA-nominated film led to the practice of female genital mutilation being banned in Britain. It is however still widely practised in Africa and here medical staff, practitioners and victims in Khartoum talk about the operation and its side effects.
produced by Louise Panton, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1983), 44 mins
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Forty Minutes, Gigolo
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produced by Robyn Wallis, fl. 1974-1984, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1984), 40 mins
This documentary, produced by Robyn Wallis, features all different types of gigolos.
produced by Robyn Wallis, fl. 1974-1984, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1984), 40 mins
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Forty Minutes, The Englishwoman's Wardrobe
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presented by Angela Huth, 1938-; produced by Ruth Jackson, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1986), 39 mins
Angela Huth reports about why English women dress as they do - and asks Mrs. Thatcher about her underwear.
presented by Angela Huth, 1938-; produced by Ruth Jackson, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1986), 39 mins
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Forty Minutes, Desirable Dwellings
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produced by Ian Keill, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1988), 41 mins
This documentary, produced by Ian Keill, features Lucinda Lambton as she tours five architecturally magnificent houses in Britain.
produced by Ian Keill, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1988), 41 mins
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Forty Minutes, Our Darren
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directed by Catrine Clay, fl. 1982-2014; presented by Jane Asher, 1946-; produced by Catrine Clay, fl. 1982-2014, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1989), 40 mins
This documentary, produced by Catrine Clay, is about Darren Lillywhite, who became a paraplegic after a car accident.
directed by Catrine Clay, fl. 1982-2014; presented by Jane Asher, 1946-; produced by Catrine Clay, fl. 1982-2014, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1989), 40 mins
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Forty Minutes, Ghost Train
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produced by Edward Mirzoeff, 1936-, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1989), 40 mins
This documentary, produced by Edward Mirzoeff, features people who have witnessed ghosts and other supernatural phenomena talk about their experiences.
produced by Edward Mirzoeff, 1936-, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1989), 40 mins
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Forty Minutes, Bullies
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produced by Christopher Terrill, 1952-, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1989), 41 mins
An investigation into the serious problem of bullying in Britain's schools, including accounts from victims and complaints that the issue is ignored by schools.
produced by Christopher Terrill, 1952-, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1989), 41 mins
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Forty Minutes, Catwalk
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directed by Patrick Uden, 1946-; produced by Louella Hammer, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1989), 39 mins
This documentary, directed by Patrick Uden, features model Celia Hammond and her obsession with the care of stray cats.
directed by Patrick Uden, 1946-; produced by Louella Hammer, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1989), 39 mins
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Forty Minutes, London Lighthouse
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directed by Sam Organ; produced by Sam Organ, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1989), 40 mins
An insight into the first few months of Britain's first purpose-built AIDS hospice, London Lighthouse. The building is striking; the approach to nursing is radical. The project could provide a model for health care in the future.
directed by Sam Organ; produced by Sam Organ, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1989), 40 mins
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Forty Minutes, Danger Men
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produced by Harry Weisbloom, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1990), 40 mins
Ten of the most dangerous men in Britain's prison system have been brought together in an experimental unit at Hull Jail. A new softly-softly regime is being tested on them.
produced by Harry Weisbloom, British Broadcasting Corporation, in Forty Minutes (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 1990), 40 mins
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