After starting a fight at school, Scout learns it's a sin to kill a mockingbird and is taught to see things from another's perspective.
In summing up his defence, Atticus links Tom's case to the racial prejudices of the Alabama town.
The Finch family stands up to a lynch mob intent on taking Atticus' client, Tom Robinson.
The reclusive Boo Radley saves the Finch kids from Bob Ewell, teaching Scout to judge people by actions not reputation.
This ten-episode series follows six young writers over the course of a summer as they work towards earning a highly coveted full-time position at Rolling Stone magazine. For each of the aspiring writers, it's the opportunity of a lifetime, but only one of them will be offered the contributing editor contract.
Forty years after they were unleased on an unsuspecting world, Monty Python: Almost The Truth The Lawyer's Cut is the definitive history of the Flying Circus. This two-part documentary covers the comedy troupe from their birth to the present day, highlighting their childhood, schooling and university life, as well as their pre-Python work.
Having learnt the ropes with their first 10 episodes, the Hungry Beast team is back for a new season on ABC TV and on the web starting Wednesday 10th February 2010. This year - while all 19 Beasts will continue to create and present stories for both the TV and web - the task of hosting the show will fall to four members of the team: Dan Ilic, Kirsten Drysdale, Monique Schafter and Nick Hayden.
Tells the story behind Billy Wilder's classic film-noir comedy which starred Marilyn Monroe, Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon, Some Like it Hot. The sole survivor of this trio, Tony Curtis, opens up a wealth of anecdotes relating to the filming, there are also contributions from other cast members and archives of Lemmon discussing the film.
A new frontier is opening up, a place where money and size are often the defining factor in a magazine's influence. With corporate mergers accelerating, magazines often share corporate owners with other cross-over ventures. Facing new challenges from the Internet and increasingly segmented niches, many wonder how the great magazines can survive. This hour investigates the work of impassioned individual editors, writers and photographers creating magazines within these new market realities.
Discover which television comedies of the last 40 years most tickled the fancy of those surveyed in our nation-wide poll.
In 1946, film director Alfred Hitchcock cast Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant for a spy and love story set amongst Nazi survivors in South America, loosely based on the story of French spy/prostitute Marthe Richard. Excerpts from the film alternate with enlightening interviews to give a social and artistic context to this classic.
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