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The Culture Show Film Special


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Mark Kermode and Lauren Laverne present a celebration of movie locations across Britain, including rom com in Notting Hill and the backdrop for Brief Encounter's restrained romance, Carnforth railway station. Danny Boyle reveals how he created eerie, deserted London streets in 28 Days Later.... and Edward Woodward revisits the creepy landscape of cult horror classic The Wicker Man. Underworld perform their dance hit Born Slippy, which featured on the Trainspotting soundtrack. Producer Edward Morgan
Series producer Sam Starbuck The Simpsons: a Culture Show Special is on Wednesday at 7.30pm


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Producer: Edward Morgan
Producer: Sam Starbuck

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The Culture Show Film Special

BBC Two England, 21 July 2007 19.30

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