Movies With A Message

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2006010120060104

1/3. In a series about political films, the Oscar-winning producer David Puttnam looks at the inspirational public information film Diary for Timothy made by the renowned film-maker Humphrey Jennings at the end of the Second World War.

2006010820060111

2/3. In a series about political films, the Oscar-winning film producer David Puttnam looks at I'm All Right, Jack, the movie starring Peter Sellers as the bolshie shop steward, which reflected the nation's anxieties about growing industrial conflict in the late 1950s.

2006011520060118

3/3. David Puttnam looks at Ken Loach's Hidden Agenda, which presented a disturbing picture of the UK in the 1970s and 1980s. [Rpt of Sun 10.45pm]

01012006010120060104

In a series about political films, the Oscar-winning producer David Puttnam looks at the inspirational public information film Diary for Timothy made by the renowned film-maker Humphrey Jennings at the end of the Second World War.

01012006010120060104

In a series about political films, the Oscar-winning producer David Puttnam looks at the inspirational public information film Diary for Timothy made by the renowned film-maker Humphrey Jennings at the end of the Second World War.

01022006010820060111

In a series about political films, the Oscar-winning film producer David Puttnam looks at I'm All Right, Jack, the movie starring Peter Sellers as the bolshie shop steward, which reflected the nation's anxieties about growing industrial conflict in the late 1950s.

01022006010820060111

In a series about political films, the Oscar-winning film producer David Puttnam looks at I'm All Right, Jack, the movie starring Peter Sellers as the bolshie shop steward, which reflected the nation's anxieties about growing industrial conflict in the late 1950s.

0103 LAST2006011520060118

David Puttnam looks at Ken Loach's Hidden Agenda, which presented a disturbing picture of the UK in the 1970s and 1980s.

0103 LAST2006011520060118

David Puttnam looks at Ken Loach's Hidden Agenda, which presented a disturbing picture of the UK in the 1970s and 1980s.