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Nation on Film

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2009-02-05 20:30:00
Local Radio at 40: Documentary which looks back at 40 years of local radio. Kate Adie and Desmond Lynam are among those who recall the chaos and excitement of the early days.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2008-12-18 02:30:00
Kearton's Wildlife: Using his own remarkable footage, this documentary explores the work of Britain's first wildlife presenter and film-maker, Cherry Kearton.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2008-12-17 19:30:00
Kearton's Wildlife: Using his own remarkable footage, this documentary explores the work of Britain's first wildlife presenter and film-maker, Cherry Kearton.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2008-12-11 01:40:00
The Ramsden Collection: Documentary about a newly-discovered amateur film archive by husband and wife Betty and Cyril Ramsden that sheds new light on life in post-war Britain.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2008-12-10 19:30:00
The Ramsden Collection: Documentary about a newly-discovered amateur film archive by husband and wife Betty and Cyril Ramsden that sheds new light on life in post-war Britain.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2008-12-03 19:30:00
Flying with Cobham: David Jason narrates the story of 1920s trail-blazing pilot Alan Cobham and his mission to get the British public airborne, using rare footage of his crusade.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2008-11-26 19:30:00
Package Holidays: David Jason tells the story of how film was used to promote and record package-tour holidays in the 1960s, selling the sun, sea and sand to a new audience.

> Nation on Film on BBC Two at 2008-10-21 21:00:00
Flying with Cobham: The story of one trail-blazing pilot in the 1920s and his mission to get the British public airborne.

> Nation on Film on BBC Two at 2008-10-21 20:00:00
Flying with Cobham: The story of one trail-blazing pilot in the 1920s and his mission to get the British public airborne.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2008-09-28 20:00:00
Caribbean Cricket: In 1976 the West Indian Cricket team beat England, but behind the scenes there was controversy surrounding the comments of South African born England cricket captain Tony Greig.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2008-09-28 19:00:00
Caribbean Cricket: In 1976 the West Indian Cricket team beat England, but behind the scenes there was controversy surrounding the comments of South African born England cricket captain Tony Greig.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2008-03-16 20:30:00
Selling Cars: Part of the Mad Men season. How film sold the car, from sex to speed to safety, from the 1900s until the very first television car advert. Told with archive footage and interviews.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2008-02-10 01:30:00
Sir Bobby Remembers Munich: Sir Bobby Charlton gives his own personal account of the Munich air disaster, and talks about the team mates who died and the impact the disaster had on football.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2008-02-05 02:30:00
Sir Bobby Remembers Munich: Sir Bobby Charlton gives his own personal account of the Munich air disaster, and talks about the team mates who died and the impact the disaster had on football.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2008-02-04 22:30:00
Sir Bobby Remembers Munich: Sir Bobby Charlton gives his own personal account of the Munich air disaster, and talks about the team mates who died and the impact the disaster had on football.

> Nation on Film on BBC Two at 2007-12-30 14:40:00
The Ramsden Collection: The story of a newly-discovered amateur archive that sheds new light on life in post-war Britain. Sir David Jason narrates.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2007-12-13 22:00:00
Women's Football: An aspect of Britain's social history comes to life in this archive film of the Dick Kerr ladies' football team, based at a Preston munitions factory during World War One.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2007-11-13 19:35:00
3/6. Selling Cars: The story of how film sold the car before television changed everything, and the changes made by filmmakers over the years to sell their product. Narrated by Sir David Jason.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2007-08-29 01:00:00
Kearton's Wildlife: Part of 100 Years of Wildlife Films.The story of wildlife footage made by Cherry Kearton who travelled the world in the 1920s capturing images of wildlife never seen before.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2007-08-28 23:10:00
Caribbean Cricket: In 1976 the West Indian Cricket team beat England, but behind the scenes there was controversy surrounding the comments of South African born England cricket captain Tony Greig.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2007-06-23 03:40:00
In 1976 the West Indian Cricket team beat England, but behind the scenes there was controversy surrounding the comments of South African born England cricket captain Tony Greig.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2007-06-23 00:10:00
In 1976 the West Indian Cricket team beat England, but behind the scenes there was controversy surrounding the comments of South African born England cricket captain Tony Greig.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2007-06-21 21:50:00
In 1976 the West Indian Cricket team beat England, but behind the scenes there was controversy surrounding the comments of South African born England cricket captain Tony Greig.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2007-05-25 00:30:00
Caribbean Cricket: In 1976 the West Indian Cricket team beat England, but behind the scenes there was controversy surrounding the comments of South African born England cricket captain Tony Greig.

> Nation on Film on BBC Two at 2007-04-02 18:30:00
The Ramsden Collection: The story of a newly-discovered amateur archive that sheds new light on life in post-war Britain. Sir David Jason narrates.

> Nation on Film on BBC Two at 2007-03-19 19:30:00
Selling Cars: An exploration of the way early 20th century film makers used sex appeal, the might of manufacturing and lifestyle change to encourage us to buy their product.

> Nation on Film on BBC Two at 2007-03-12 19:30:00
Women's Football: Sir David Jason tells the story of how the rise and fall of women's football was captured on film.

> Nation on Film on BBC Two at 2007-03-05 19:30:00
Flying with Cobham: The story of one trail-blazing pilot in the 1920s and his mission to get the British public airborne.

> Nation on Film on BBC Two at 2007-02-26 19:30:00
Kearton's Wildlife: Sir David Jason tells the story of how a farmer's son from Yorkshire became a pioneer of wildlife film-making and star of the silver screen.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-12-13 02:30:00
6/6. The Ramsden Collection: For 20 years, husband and wife Betty and Cyril Ramsden recorded the world around them, capturing middle-class life in the north of England.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-12-11 23:25:00
6/6. The Ramsden Collection: For 20 years, husband and wife Betty and Cyril Ramsden recorded the world around them, capturing middle-class life in the north of England.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-12-09 01:20:00
6/6. The Ramsden Collection: For 20 years, husband and wife Betty and Cyril Ramsden recorded the world around them, capturing middle-class life in the north of England.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-12-08 20:30:00
6/6. The Ramsden Collection: For 20 years, husband and wife Betty and Cyril Ramsden recorded the world around them, capturing middle-class life in the north of England.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-12-06 02:00:00
5/6. Flying with Cobham: The story of one trail-blazing pilot in the 1920s and his mission to get the British public airborne. Alan Cobham sought every available means to achieve his goal.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-12-05 22:30:00
5/6. Flying with Cobham: The story of one trail-blazing pilot in the 1920s and his mission to get the British public airborne. Alan Cobham sought every available means to achieve his goal.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-12-02 01:25:00
5/6. Flying with Cobham: The story of one trail-blazing pilot in the 1920s and his mission to get the British public airborne. Alan Cobham sought every available means to achieve his goal.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-12-01 20:30:00
5/6. Flying with Cobham: The story of one trail-blazing pilot in the 1920s and his mission to get the British public airborne. Alan Cobham sought every available means to achieve his goal.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-11-29 01:05:00
4/6. Package Holidays: With archive footage, David Jason narrates the story of how film was used both to promote and record package holidays in the 1960s.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-11-25 01:20:00
4/6. Package Holidays: With archive footage, David Jason narrates the story of how film was used both to promote and record package holidays in the 1960s.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-11-24 20:30:00
4/6. Package Holidays: With archive footage, David Jason narrates the story of how film was used both to promote and record package holidays in the 1960s.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-11-22 01:05:00
3/6. Selling Cars: The story of how film sold the car before television changed everything, and the changes made by filmmakers over the years to sell their product. Narrated by Sir David Jason.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-11-18 01:20:00
3/6. Selling Cars: The story of how film sold the car before television changed everything, and the changes made by filmmakers over the years to sell their product. Narrated by Sir David Jason.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-11-17 20:30:00
3/6. Selling Cars: The story of how film sold the car before television changed everything, and the changes made by filmmakers over the years to sell their product. Narrated by Sir David Jason.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-11-15 02:55:00
2/6. Women's Football: The story of how the rise and fall of women's football was captured on film, how a group of World War One munitions workers from Preston became international celebrities.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-11-14 23:55:00
2/6. Women's Football: The story of how the rise and fall of women's football was captured on film, how a group of World War One munitions workers from Preston became international celebrities.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-11-11 02:20:00
2/6. Women's Football: The story of how the rise and fall of women's football was captured on film, how a group of World War One munitions workers from Preston became international celebrities.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-11-10 20:30:00
2/6. Women's Football: The story of how the rise and fall of women's football was captured on film, how a group of World War One munitions workers from Preston became international celebrities.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-11-08 02:35:00
1/6. Kearton's Wildlife: Using his own remarkable footage, this documentary explores the work of Britain's first wildlife presenter and filmmaker, Cherry Kearton.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-11-04 02:55:00
1/6. Kearton's Wildlife: Using his own remarkable footage, this documentary explores the work of Britain's first wildlife presenter and filmmaker, Cherry Kearton.

> Nation on Film on BBC Four at 2006-11-03 20:30:00
1/6. Kearton's Wildlife: Using his own remarkable footage, this documentary explores the work of Britain's first wildlife presenter and filmmaker, Cherry Kearton.

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