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Directed by the BAFTA award-winning Tom Roberts, Every Last Child is the dramatic story of five people caught up in the Polio crisis in Pakistan.
ABU DHABI - World Immunization Week 2015 launched yesterday with a special event featuring the documentary, Every Last Child, a film about polio in Pakistan.
To coincide with World Immunization Week (April 24 - 30), Image Nation is releasing the documentary Every Last Child in theatres in the UAE.
Sheridan Smith deserves every last smith deserves every last drop of the tsunami of praise that has drop of the tsunami of praise that has engulfed her during her sparkling engulfed her during her sparkling three-week turn's Cilla Black.
It was certainly what I did when I was trying to drag every last ounce of a playing career out of my fairly limited ability.
3 ( ANI ): Former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting has said that now that he has retired from one-day cricket, he wants to get every last bit of pleasure out of playing Tests for his country, no matter how short or long the tenure may be.
C4 will wring this until every last drop of entertainment has been squeezed out to limp to the 10th anniversary.
Movies for Junior Blues will be repeated every last Saturday of each calendar month.
Whether the ordinary people want every last playing field, park and bit of countryside built on is another matter.
The creators of Entrances To Hell are committed to finding every last one, so if you or any of your friends know of an unlisted entrance to Hell, let them know.
So much so that The Vicar of Dibley star is moving with hubby, Dudley comedian Lenny Henry, and teenage daughter Billie from London to Cornwall where she intends to spend her final years writing her memoirs and treasuring every last moment.
Thieves have stolen almost every last inch of lead from the roof of a Teesside church.
to sign autographs until every last light in the stadium was turned off, to every news conference or photo shoot, summer camp and speaking engagement.
AND I KNOW THAT THE PREFERENCE OF EVERY LAST ONE WOULD BE TO STAY AND BE SHOT-UP, RATHER THAN GO HOME WEARING THE STAIN OF LOSER
The ultimate showman, he extracted every last bid for every horse that came under his hammer, and I have little doubt that if a poll of bloodstock auctioneers were taken, he would be unique and make the top three in everyone's list.