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: In the Footsteps of Churchill

3/8. Churchill became
First Lord of the Admiralty in 1911, but the disastrous Gallipoli campaign saw him forced from office. Presented by Professor Richard Holmes.
7.30 4/8 Political exile and depression hit Churchill, followed by a change in allegiance from the Liberals to Conservatives.
8.00 5/8Richard Holmes retraces Churchill's steps to London's East End and the stately home where he wooed a US ambassador to try to draw America into the war.
8.30 6/8 With the British military campaign in North Africa going badly, Churchill travelled to the frontline of the conflict. Continues on Wednesday at 8.30pm


Presented By: Professor Richard Holmes.
Unknown: Richard Holmes

: Paris Brothel

Storyville's explicit insight into the myth and reality of unigue licensed brothels that were a central part of French life until their closure in 1946.

: Une Liaison Pornographique

I **** In Paris, a 40-something woman and a younger man recount how they met through a lonely hearts ad, then began a passionate affair.
Nathalie Baye and Sergi Lopez star in Frederic Fonteyne 's beguiling romance. In French with English subtitles. Review paqe 56.


Unknown: Nathalie Baye
Unknown: Sergi Lopez
Unknown: Frederic Fonteyne

: Once upon a Time: Last Tango In Paris

Exploring the production and history of Bernardo Bertolucci 's film, the explicit sexuality of which provoked huge controversy when it was first released in 1972.


Unknown: Bernardo Bertolucci

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: Hot Spots - Colombia

war and cocaine blight Colombia. But how did its problems begin?

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