Shining new light

Christian, Bruce
November 2007
Echo Magazine;11/15/2007, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p48
Entertainment Review
The article reviews television programming concerning the AIDS disease, including the documentary "Stephen Fry: HIV & Me," and the film "The Origins of AIDS," directed by Peter Chappell and Cathérine Peiz.


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