As the 90 Years of Remembrance season continues, poet laureate Andrew Motion honours Britain's last surviving serviceman of the First World War,
Harry Patch , with a specially composed new work. First shown on BBC West
New. Storyville documentary following an Iraqi student brought over from his war-torn country in the wake of the US invasion to intern at a Hollywood movie studio, and the consequences of the move. See panel.
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