In this swinging romp through 1960s London, the frenzied manager of mod-rockers the Small Faces (made up of Steve Marriott, Kenney Jones, Ian McLagan and Ronnie Lane) gets into trouble when he agrees to use the band to smuggle diamonds out of the country. Songs include the Small Faces' "I've Got Mine," "It's Too Late," "Come On Children" and "Don't Stop What You're Doing" and The Chantelles' "I Think of You" and "Please Don't Kiss Me."
How does a nation slip into war? Dateline-Saigon profiles the controversial reporting of five Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists -The New York Times' David Halberstam, the Associated Press' Malcolm Browne, Peter Arnett, and legendary photojournalist Horst Faas, and UPI's Neil Sheehan -- during the early years of the Vietnam War as President John F. Kennedy is secretly committing US troops to what is initially dismissed by some as 'a nice little war in a land of tigers and elephants.' 'When the government is telling the truth, reporters become a relatively unimportant conduit to what is happening,' Halberstam tells us. 'But when the government doesn't tell the truth, begins to twist the truth, hide the truth, then the journalist becomes involuntarily infinitely more important.'
Part of BFI collection "Portrait of a People."
Official entry to the first Metro Manila Film Festival in 1976 directed by Cesar Gallardo and starred Joseph Estrada, Pilar Pilapil, Mailyn Herrs, Garret Blake, J.C. Marshall, and Debbie Brinson
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Criminal investigations are detailed
Dateline Philippines is ANC's longest running newscast and focuses on news from the country's more than 7,000 islands gathered by ABS-CBN's 18 regional stations, the most extensive newsgathering group nationwide. Anchored by TJ Manotoc and Gigi Grande on weekdays and by Alvin Elchico, Stanley Palisada and Lia Andanar-Yu on weekends. It airs everyday from 12:00nn to 1:00pm. It talks about the day's top story and entertainment.
Community Dateline was a television show in Trinidad and Tobago. It ran for many years on Trinidad and Tobago Television Channel 2 and 13 at 11.00 am-12 noon on weekdays until Trinidad and Tobago Television was closed on January 15, 2005. The hosts were Allyson Hennessy together with Judy Alcantara,Majorie, Lisa Wickham and Wilbert Holder. It was a talk show and it had many segments discussing many things like carnival, youth, disabilities and other topics. Its replacement is the weekday 10.00am-12 noon with Allyson on the National Carnival Commission channel 4 unlike the former it is two hours long and there is only one host, Allyson Hennessy. Sometimes some segments are being replayed as well.
Date Line Pakistan is a live news show on PTV News, the state channel of Islamic Republic of Pakistan. It is a 1 hour 20 minute show starting at 5.30 pm PST.`It is aired from the Islamabad center PTV NEWS CHAGHI studios.
Dateline London is a weekly news discussion programme shown on both BBC News and BBC World News. The programme, presented by Gavin Esler, with Nik Gowing, Lyse Doucet and Maxine Mawhinney acting as relief presenters, features a roundtable panel of foreign and British journalists who discuss the week's top news stories from an international perspective. First presented by Charles Wheeler, and originally broadcast from the BBC's Westminster studios at Millbank and then BBC Television Centre, Dateline London now comes from the BBC News channel's studio at Broadcasting House. The programme is first shown on Saturdays at 12:30 on BBC News, and at 14:30 GMT on BBC World News. It is repeated on BBC News on Mondays at 02:30, and on BBC World News on Saturdays at 20:30 GMT and on Sundays at 01:30 and 08:30 GMT. Dateline London started in 1996 and is produced by Nick Guthrie of TV Talk.
For more than 25 years, Dateline has brought viewers investigations into some of biggest mysteries in America. This entry in the franchise takes a second look at some of the most mysterious cases of recent history.
Crimes and criminal investigations are examined.