Cyrille Regis, Ian Wright , John Barnes and John Fashanu grace a celebration of the oft unsung contribution by black players to British football. (S) (W) Followed by the results of a BBCi poll: who did interactive viewers vote the top ten greatest black footballers?
The controversial German film director -who died on 8 September- is profiled. Her work won her the admiration of Hitler - at whose behest she made Triumph of the Will. But despite the acclaimed Olympiad - and, later, acclaimed photo essays - she never escaped the Nazi association. (S)
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