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: The Century of the Self

First in a four-part series showing on consecutive nights about the rise of the mass consumer society through the Freud family's fostering of the rise of the self.
Happiness Machines. This edition examines the relationship between the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, and his nephew, Edward Bernays, who invented public relations.

Contributors

Unknown: Sigmund Freud
Unknown: Edward Bernays

: BBC4 News and Weather

With George Alagiah.

Contributors

Unknown: George Alagiah.

: The Talk Show with Andrew Marr

Will Hutton and Ngaire Woods join Andrew Marr to discuss the issue of globalisation.

Contributors

Unknown: Will Hutton
Unknown: Ngaire Woods
Unknown: Andrew Marr

: Coolies: How Britain Reinvented Slavery

Over years ago, slavery was officially abolished in the British Empire.
But this film reveals that a form of slavery continued well into the 20th century - Indian indentured labour, where over a million Indians were recruited and sent all over the Empire to work in what amounted to slave conditions. Narrated by Sanjeev Bhaskar.

Contributors

Unknown: Sanjeev Bhaskar.

: The Chess Players

Drama set in 19th-century India about a king's struggle to hold on to one of the last remaining Kingdoms yet to fall into British hands. Directed by Satyajit Ray, and starring Amjad Khan and Richard Attenborough. In Hindi with English subtitles.

Contributors

Directed By: Satyajit Ray
Unknown: Amjad Khan
Unknown: Richard Attenborough.

: Four Minutes

A profile of one of Germany's greatest living artists, Sigmar Polke.

: The Talk Show

As 8.30pm.








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