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: Proms 2002

Fandango by Hans Werner Henze , Piano concerto No 3 in C minor by Beethoven -with pianist
Paul Lewis - and Symphony No 4 in F minor by Vaughan Williams are performed by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Paul Daniel. (W)

Contributors

Piano: Hans Werner Henze
Pianist: Paul Lewis
Unknown: Vaughan Williams
Conducted By: Paul Daniel.

: The Closet

Gerard Depardieu and Daniel Auteuil star in Francis Veber 's farce. An executive spreads rumours about his sexuality. In French with English subtitles. (W) Film Trivia: page 65

Contributors

Unknown: Gerard Depardieu
Unknown: Daniel Auteuil
Unknown: Francis Veber

: Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm

Mockumentary in which the Seinfeld co-creator tries to resurrect his stand-up career with a special concert filmed for HBO. (S)

: Quentin Tarantino talks to Klrsty Wark

In the week that Kill Bill: Volume 1 is released, the director is captured in conversation. (S)(w)

: The Mark Steel Lectures

Lord Byron is the first of Steel's subjects in a series that takes an irreverent look at world-changing people. (S) (W)

: Bembeya Jazz at Womad

The west African dance greats, in the first of a double bill from the festival. (W)

: Ojos de Brujo atWomad

The Spanish mavericks who have kicked flamenco on to modern dancefloors. (W)








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