Eddie Izzard , Eric Sykes , Joanna Lumley and Michael Palin grace a portrait of the one-time Goon. Family movies, memories and homes reveals the multifaceted character of the comedy legend. who died in 2002.
How has video become a key weapon for terrorists? Jason Burke shows how it is used to recruit, support and instruct followers and terrify enemies. He also looks at the ethical and practical choices faced by western broadcasters in deciding what to show. Contains images some may find disturbing. New.
Bob Dylan 's songs are often inspired by the lives of real people. These are the stories of three such individuals: songwriter Woody Guthrie , wronged boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter and iconoclastic comic Lenny Bruce. New. The season continues with Arena - No Direction Home tomorrow 9pm on BBC2 Documenting Dylan: page 14
Phill Jupitus on Dylan: page 40
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