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: Travels with Pevsner: County Durham

with Lucinda Lambton
Lucinda Lambton looks at the landscape and architecture of County Durham.

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Presenter: Lucinda Lambton

: Moments of Genius: Life's Alphabet

Nutritionist and writer Amanda Ursell traces the history of Vitamins.

Contributors

Presenter: Amanda Ursell

: American Visions: Streamlines and Breadlines

The critic Robert Hughes examines American art from the Wall Street Crash of 1929 to the eve of the Second World War.

Contributors

Presenter/critic: Robert Hughes

: Everyman: A Matter of Life and Death

Rabbi Lionel Blue, known for the Thought for the Day programme on Radio 4, reflects on his first step into old age and gradually failing health.

Contributors

Presenter: Rabbi Lionel Blue

: Moments of Genius

Writer Amanda Ursell traces the history of vitamins. As 7.50pm.

Contributors

Presenter: Amanda Ursell

: Storyville: George Wallace - Settin' the Woods on Fire: Part 2

After the attempt on his life, which left him paralysed from the waist down, George Wallace showed remorse for his emotive policies and sought reconciliation with the black community.

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Subject: George Wallace

: American Visions

American art from the Wall Street Crash of 1929 to the eve of the Second
World War. As 8pm.

: Travels with Pevsner

The landscape and architecture of County Durham with Lucinda Lambton. As 7pm.

Contributors

Presenter: Lucinda Lambton

: The Middle Classes: Their Rise and Sprawl: Leaders of Society

A look at the middle-class establishment in its heyday, and how economic upheaval and war subsequently ushered in a new era of meritocracy.








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