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: Tourists of the Revolution

Nigel Nicolson and Oswald Mosley's son discuss their first favourable impressions of Nazism. (S)

: Tourists of the Revolution

Historian Christopher Hill and Barbara Castle discuss their initial views of Communism. (S) 9702867 Also at

: Tourists of the Revolution

A look at the troubled regimes of Ghana, Tanzania and Ethiopia. (S)

: Tourists of the Revolution

Nigel Nicolson and Oswald Mosley's son discuss their first favourable impressions of Nazism. (S)

: Tourists of the Revolution

Historian Christopher Hill and Barbara Castle discuss their initial views of Communism. (S) 9702867 Also at

: Tourists of the Revolution

A look at the troubled regimes of Ghana, Tanzania and Ethiopia. (S)

: Tourists of the Revolution

Nigel Nicolson and Oswald Mosley's son discuss their first favourable impressions of Nazism. (S)

: Tourists of the Revolution

Historian Christopher Hill and Barbara Castle discuss their initial views of Communism. (S) 9702867 Also at

: Tourists of the Revolution

Nigel Nicolson and Oswald Mosley's son discuss their first favourable impressions of Nazism. (S)

: Local Heroes

John Logie Baird, inventor of television, and the brothers who laid the first transatlantic cable. (S) 9744596

: Travels with My Tutu

Ballerina Deborah Bull tries her hand at the tango. (S) 9735848

: Masterclass

Film director Mike Figgis (Leaving Las Vegas) talks about his experiences in the UK and Hollywood. 5469374

: Omnibus

The life and work of Elizabeth Gaskell, author of Wives and Daughters. (S) 1484886

: Wives and Daughters

Andrew Davies's dramatisation of Gaskell's tale of two 19th-century families. Starring Francesca Annis, Michael Gambon. Molly is dismayed when her father remarries. (S) 8922969

: Wives and Daughters

Molly's beautiful step-sister arrives from France. (S)

: Torment

Bergman's first screenplay, about a schoolboy who falls for a young prostitute (Mai Zetterling). In Swedish with English subtitles. 3883138

: Ingmar Bergman In Conversation

Bergman describes the rituals of writing and his attitude to religion and death. 4084683

: FILM: Torment

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