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On 12th April, 1961, 27-year-old Yuri Alexeyevich Gagarin became the first human to venture into space. His one orbit flight made him the most famous man in the world. He was declared Columbus of the Cosmos. Gagarin received the Hero of the Soviet Union medal, was promoted to full Colonel and was…read more

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"A tangled web." Irish migrant, Neil Gilmore marries Rosemary, who agrees to have five children, as Neil's forbear had. A doctor finds out that Neil is infertile and persuades Rosemary to have IVF. This is against Neil's religious beliefs. So he is not told. Rosemary gives birth to five boys…read more

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Tibor Vajda, a 20-year-old Jew escaped from a forced labor camp in October 1944 and joined a resistance group in Budapest. They fought the fascist Arrowcross bandits and freed Jewish men from the ghetto. Vajda's mother and younger brother Laszlo were hiding at a Christian business. They survived…read more

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Inspired by a true story, Countess Megan of Bondi is the fictional account of Megan, a young Australian girl who works at Athena Café, and Pal, a Hungarian immigrant boy. Pal waits for Megan outside the café one afternoon and presents her with a bouquet of flowers. A courtship soon…read more

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Solstice, June 2008. Matthew Bolger, Chicago student, is scuba diving in Lake Titicaca, Peru, searching for sunken Inca cities. He faints, goes into a coma and for months imagines himself living the colourful life of the 16th century Incas in Middle Earth until the High Priest wants to sacrifice…read more

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Summer Solstice. 21 June 2008. Matthew Bolger a l2 year old Chicago student goes to Lake Titicaca to see the sunken Inca cities at summer solstice. Matthew goes scuba diving unsupervised, faints and goes into coma. In his coma he lives in the Middle Earth among Incas. His Inca life lasts until the…read more

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Target Buenos Aires. A large Swiss pharmaceutical company is patenting a new drug against malaria only to find out that a similar application was also submitted. Yankee reunion in London. Kathleen Forest and Russel Clark reunited in London and they make the most of the occasion. Ray of Hope.…read more

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“A tangled web.” Irish migrant, Neil Gilmore marries Rosemary, who agrees to have five children, as Neil’s forbear had. A doctor finds out that Neil is infertile and persuades Rosemary to have IVF. This is against Neil’s religious beliefs. So he is not told. Rosemary gives birth to five boys after…read more

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Fearing for the lives of his family, Mihaly Borbely, a Christian reporter, former partisan, and anti-fascist living in Communist Hungary during the 1950s, confesses to a crime he did not commit. Borbely escapes execution and is sentenced to only six years in prison, but he soon learns that the…read more

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What is cheaper and more effective: guns or heroin? How does Detective Inspector Frank ‘Ironman’ Bourke find out who set up the international robbery and heroin smuggling operation? And what is the role and motivation of the officers of the Russian and American consulates? * * * There is a series…read more