How is music used in film? Belle &
Sebastian frontman Stuart Murdoch discusses his work on Secretary. Pius Philip Glass on fusing sight and sound and Alan Parker on directing musical films. With Stuart Maconie. Stuart Maconie 's DVD reviews: p44
Like hundreds of boys, John Caldicott spent his youth in the Foundling Hospital after he was given up by his mother. Now he wants to learn the identity of his father - kept from him by his mother, Daisy. Will a DNA test provide an answer or a surprising twist?
The rise and fall of the theatre critic - who brought swearing to the BBC and nudity to the West End - is traced by Time Shift.
Presented by New Yorker critic John Lahr, it features rare contributions from Tynan's daughters.
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