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The Best Picture award is given to the wrong film!
The Best Picture award is given, at first, to the wrong film.
The Oscars ceremony ends in confusion.
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Moonlight wins best picture but only after La La Land is wrongly declared the winner
Moonlight wins Best Picture but everyone's talking about that magnificent blunder.
Bill Genovese investigates the murder of his sister Kitty, whose story shocked the US.
Moonlight wins best film, but only after La La Land was initially declared the winner
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Moonlight, the awards mix-up, the Iranian film, the gags - your reaction to Oscars 2017
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Bill Genovese investigates the murder of his sister Kitty, whose story shocked the US. (R)
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Are human cyborgs set to become a reality? Frank Swain investigates. (R)
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Dorothy Thornhill, the first elected female mayor in Britain, looks at how mayors are delivering change in the world’s cities. (R)