3/5 Millions of cars are sold in America by General Motors, the largest car company. CEO Rick Wagoner talks about America's love of cars, the environment, competition and costs. Can US business compete? Narrated by Matt Frei. Continues at the same time tomorrow
Lucy Porter and Richard Vranch , onetime pianist on Whose Line Is It Anyway?, guest on the baffling quiz. With quizmaster Marcus du Sautoy. and team captains Kathy Sykes and Michael Rosen.
The small town and state elections of the presidential race, examined by Rich Hall and his Fishing Show cohort Mike Wilmot. They interview front-runners and no-hopers, and recall forgotten events in American political history. Repeated tomorrow at 11.20pm on BBC2
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