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: The Great War

The bloody
Battle of Verdun features in part 11 of the series.

: The Shortest Night

Nick Park 's Creature Comforts is among tonight's first selection of imaginative short films from around the world to celebrate the midsummer evening. There are also interviews with some of the films' directors. Introduced by Jonathan Ross. Ends 4am. www.bbc.co.uk/shortestnight
9.00 Part two premieres Claude Lelouch 's race through Paris in Rendezvous, with Hong Kong (HKG) at 9.55.
10.30 Lena Headey and Simon McBurney star in Inside Out at
10.35. Plus Sundance award-winner Terminal Bar at 11.00 and Interviews with my Next
Girlfriend at 11.25. 12 midnight Natural Selection at 12.15am and La Comtesse de Castiglione at 12.30 make up a strange double bill.
1.00am This Guy is Falling at
1.15, Bill Plympton 's Push Comes to Shove at 1.40 and Do You Have the Shine? at L50.
2.00 Losing the plot with Strange Invaders, then Rob of the Rovers at 2.10 and Habibti My Love at 2.20.

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Park
Introduced By: Jonathan Ross.
Unknown: Claude Lelouch
Unknown: Lena Headey
Unknown: Simon McBurney
Unknown: Bill Plympton

: From Mesmer with Love,

then Gasman at 3.10 and the Kenneth Branagh narrated The Periwig Maker at 3.25, end the evening








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