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Che Lives!

Synopsis

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To mark last month's 80th anniversary of the birth of Latin American revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara, Radio 2 invites artists, musicians, actors, directors and authors to assess the legacy of the Argentinian whose status as a countercultural icon owes much to
Alberto Korda 's 1960 head-shot photo - allegedly the most reproduced picture in history. Featuring cultural theorist Germaine Greer , film directors Alan Parker , Wim Wenders , Walter Salles and Steven Soderbergh , actor Benicio del Toro (who plays Guevara in Soderbergh's new biopic), lyricist Tim Rice (Evita), comic Ricky Gervais and others. Producer Des Shaw

Contributors

Unknown: Alberto Korda
Unknown: Germaine Greer
Directors: Alan Parker
Directors: Wim Wenders
Directors: Walter Salles
Directors: Steven Soderbergh
Unknown: Benicio Del Toro
Unknown: Tim Rice
Unknown: Ricky Gervais
Producer: Des Shaw






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