of the Sicilian Mafia In the first of three programmes this evening about the Italian Mafia, American writer Alexander Stille and Palermo photographer Letizia Battaglia investigate the body-strewn and bloody mayhem created by gangsters in Sicily. Showing as part of Storyville.
British journalist and writer
Tobias Jones celebrates the uniqueness and vitality of Italy, but also highlights the frustrations and characteristics of the country that both infuriate and charm. Along the way, he tells the story of Parmalat - the dairy company and owner of Parma football club, which turned out to house the biggest corporate fraud in history.
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