Chariots Of Fire (1981)
Racist and snobbish undercurrents to British success at the 1924 Olympic Games in Paris.
Greystoke (1984)
The story of Tarzan, who grows up in the jungle and is later reintroduced to upper class English society.
My Life So Far (1999)
Family life on a posh rural estate after the First World War.
Rupture: Living With My Broken Brain (2011)
Former Bond girl Maryam d'Abo talks about her experience of brain aneurysm and meets other survivors.
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Acknowledging her anger Tara Thorne and Lesley Smith on telling missing stories in Compulsus

Investigating a death July Jung on student exploitation, suicide and Next Sohee

Anne Heche pronounced brain dead Actress suffered serious injuries after car crash last week

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