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: Matthew Bourne - Profile

Matthew Bourne's notoriously theatrical brand of choreography has brought ballet a new audience, but has not always proved popular with the critics.
David Benedict meets Bourne at Sadler's Wells, north London, where he is producing Nutcracker!

Contributors

Subject: Matthew Bourne
Presenter: David Benedict

: Birmingham Royal Ballet Triple Bill

William Walton's centenary is celebrated in dance with three performances. Tombeaux is creator David Bintley's lament for his mentor Frederick Ashton; Fagade, by Ashton himself, draws on the nonsense poetry of Edith Sitwell; and Sanctum by Lila York completes the bill.

Contributors

Composer: William Walton
Creator: David Bintley
Dancer: Frederick Ashton
Poet: Edith Sitwell
Performer: Lila York

: Limbo

John Sayles's drama set in Alaska, starring Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio as a torch singer stranded on a remote island with her troubled teenage daughter and a former fisherman.

Contributors

Director/writer: John Sayles
Donna De Angelo: Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio

: Scene by Scene

Mark Cousins talks to independent film-maker John Sayles about his work including Passion Fish, which is on Tuesday at 9pm.

Contributors

Interviewer: Mark Cousins
Interviewee: John Sayles

: Rod the Mod

Documentary. Cameras follow rock superstar Rod Stewart during a visit to Europe with then-girlfriend Britt Ekland in 1976.

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Subject: Rod Stewart
Subject: Britt Ekland

: Sign o' the Times

Prince is captured at his peak in two 1987 concerts, in Rotterdam and Minneapolis.

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Singer: Prince








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