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: Sotheby's and Christie's: a Crime among Gentlemen

A documentary special that investigates events that led to the biggest art scandal in history, in which world-famous auction houses, Sotheby's and Christie's, conspired to rig prices. For his part in the affair, former Sotheby's chief Alfred Taubman was subsequently jailed and fined $7.5 million in America. However, this programme asks whether full justice has been done.

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Taubman

: Nemesis

Choreographer Wayne MacGregor's combination of light, sound, digital art and animatronics accompanies Nemesis, a new work by the Sadlers Wells resident company Random Dance.

Contributors

Unknown: Wayne MacGregor

: Bollywood Dancing

Nasreen Munni Kabir's film recalls great choreography from Indian cinema. Two of its leading contemporary stars - Saroj Khan, whose latest project is the most expensive in Hindi screen history, and director Prabhu Deva - talk about their latest projects. Plus interviews with Bollywood icons.

Contributors

Unknown: Nasreen Munni Kabir
Unknown: Saroj Khan
Director: Prabhu Devo

: Maya Angelou Live at Hay

The celebrated poet, author, performer and activist makes a rare UK appearance at the literary festival. Presented by Benjamin Zephaniah.

Contributors

Presented By: Benjamin Zephaniah.

: Newsnight Review

Doctor and writer Margaret Reynolds, writer/broadcaster Paul Morley and author Ian Rankin join Mark Lawson to review the week's cultural events. Shown last Friday on BBC2.

Contributors

Reviewer: Margaret Reynolds
Reviewer: Paul Morley
Reviewer: Ian Rankin
Presenter: Mark Lawson

: As 8pm.

: As 9.10pm.

: As 7pm.









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