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BRAVO'S 'UNFINISHED STORIES' 1991 -- PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE FOR DEC. 15

BRAVO'S 'UNFINISHED STORIES' 1991 -- PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE FOR DEC. 15
 WOODBURY, N.Y., Dec. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Has the entertainment industry done enough to raise awareness about the AIDS crisis?
 In a special encore presentation, BRAVO explores this question in "Silent Screen: Hollywood and the AIDS Crisis" during "Unfinished Stories," a month-long fund-raising effort designed to benefit community-based AIDS caregiving organizations. Eric Bogosian, Pierce Brosnan, Geena Davis, Jodie Foster, Whoopi Goldberg, Rosanna Arquette, E.G. Marshall and Eli Wallach are among the stars who have taped informational segments for "Unfinished Stories."
 The telethon continues each Sunday in December (22 and 29) at 9 p.m. EST. Viewers should call 800-321-AIDS to pledge monies.
 The following programs highlight the evening:
 -- 9:10 p.m.: "Talkin' About AIDS" talks to teenagers about AIDS, using cartoons, rap, straight talk from peers and pros. Produced in 1989 for The Federal Centre for AIDS, Health and Welfare Canada by Atlantis Films. (Repeats: Dec. 22)
 -- 9:45 p.m.: "Suzi's Story," recipient of a Peabody Award, this one-hour documentary tells the story of Suzi Lovegrove during the last month of her life when she contracted AIDS and passed the disease onto her newborn son. To help combat fear of the disease, the Lovegroves let cameras into their homes to document her struggle. (Repeats: Dec. 22)
 -- 11:05 p.m.: "Silent Screen: Hollywood and the AIDS Crisis," a one-hour, original special on AIDS and the entertainment industry hosted by former L.A. Times critic Charles Champlin with interviews with Whoopi Goldberg, the late Colleen Dewhurst, Willem Dafoe, director Alan J. Pakula ("Presumed Innocent"), singer Melissa Manchester, and the late Brad Davis. Elizabeth Glaser, living with AIDS, and founder of the Pediatric AIDS Foundation, talks about raising awareness about the AIDS crisis. (Repeats: Dec. 29)
 -- 12:20 a.m.: "AIDS Show," series of songs, monologues and short scenes capturing the lives of those with those AIDS. Directed by Academy Award-winner Robert Epstein.
 All program repeats for the late evening. All times Eastern.
 Bravo is television's cultural network, with more than 7 million subscribers nationally.
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