Triple bill of profiles.
Condoleeza Rice. Gavin Esler charts the rise of the first woman in US history to become National Security Adviser.
8.00 Colin Powell. The Gulf War hero who became the first black Secretary of State.
8.30 George W Bush. Christopher Hitchens assesses the American President and his actions since 11 September.
Ralph Richardson and John Gielgud star in a television production of Harold Pinter's 1974 play, the first in a season by the playwright. Two men meet in Hampstead on a summer night and find they have a shared history.
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