Stephanie Hughes introduces recitals from five of the country's best young woodwind players - Timothy Orpen, Katherine Bryan, Simon Cosgrove, Sarah Williamson and Laura Lucas - all with an eye on the one remaining place in Sunday's grand final. Continues 8.30pm.
Henry Kissinger, a top diplomat of the Nixon and Ford administrations, has been described as a war criminal by his critics, most notably the eminent journalist Christopher Hitchens. Eugene Jarecki's film examines claims that behind his smooth exterior, Kissinger was in truth a crude, power-hungry manipulator.
In 1950 Brazil lost the World Cup final in front of 175,000 fans, but a golden age made possible by two players - Pele and Garrincha - lay just around the corner. This film tells the story of two football legends.
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