All Change. The penultimate episode of the six-part series tracing the history of British art from 1066 to the modern day looks at how Victorian artists rejected modernity and were nostalgic for an idealised past. Featured works include Rain, Steam and Speed by Turner and The Travelling Companions by Augustus Egg. With Andrew Graham-Dixon .
Third in a season of films from celebrated documentary film-makers DA Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus. As Bill Clinton waged a campaign to become American president in 1992, this film follows the Democrat's election trail, focusing on communications director George Stephanopoulos and campaign strategist
James Carville as they attempt to sell the nation a new leader.
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