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: The Samuel JohnsonPrize: the Contenders

Entries from the six authors nominated for this year's prize for non-fiction -
Jonathan Coe , Orhan Pamuk , Hilary Spurling , Suketu Mehta , Alexander Masters and Sarah Wise - are reviewed by Sue MacGregor. The winner will be announced live on Tuesday 14 June.

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Coe
Unknown: Orhan Pamuk
Unknown: Hilary Spurling
Unknown: Suketu Mehta
Unknown: Alexander Masters
Unknown: Sarah Wise
Reviewed By: Sue MacGregor.

: The World

With Nisha Pillai.
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Nisha Pillai.

: In the Footsteps of Churchill

8/8. Recalling Winston Churchill's meeting with Stalin and Roosevelt at Yalta to hammer out the blueprint for postwar Europe. And Richard Holmes visits the London house where
Churchill died in 1965.

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Holmes

: French Beauty

Director
Pascale Lamche explores the allure of French actresses, which has fascinated generations of moviegoers. Includes interviews with Brigitte Bardot ,
Jeanne Moreau , Catherine Deneuve , Sophie Marceau , Audrey Tautou and Juliette Binoche. Showing as part of the Storyville strand.

Contributors

Director: Pascale LamcHe
Unknown: Brigitte Bardot
Unknown: Jeanne Moreau
Unknown: Catherine Deneuve
Unknown: Sophie Marceau
Unknown: Audrey Tautou
Unknown: Juliette Binoche.

: Agnes Jaoui Introduction

The director talks about her film Le Gout des Autres, which follows.

: Le Gout des Autres

Astute French comedy of manners. An uncouth tycoon embarks on a cultural crash course when he becomes besotted with an amateur actress. Starring Anne Alvaro and Jean-Pierre Bacri. In French with English subtitles.

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Alvaro
Unknown: Jean-Pierre Bacri.

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