The former US secretary of state speaks frankly about her life and career. Topics covered in BBC4's exclusive interview include her take on the Bush administration and America's place in the world, her affinity with Condoleezza Rice and, bizarrely, Dame Judi Dench. New.
Werner Herzog takes the Galileo mission to Jupiter's moons as a starting point for a hypothetical investigation. Brad Dourif plays an alien refugee on Earth whose native planet has become uninhabitable. Herzog interweaves discussions with scientists and Nasa astronauts about colonising space beyond our solar system. Showing in the Storyville strand. New. Werner Herzog 's Aquirre, Wrath of God is showing tomorrow at 11.35pm
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