The World as seen through European Eyes
Each week Europa takes some of the stories that have interested viewers across a continent. Stories that show how Europe is looking at itself - and at the rest of the world.
Introduced by Derek Hart.
Art in Revolution
Probably the most important and certainly the most neglected of the great early 20th-century art movements took place during the first 10 years of the Russian Revolution. This week an exhibition showing the full extent of that explosion of imagination opens at the Hayward Gallery. Review uses material from the exhibition and also rare early films, reconstructions of theatre sets, fashion designs and graphics to re-create those stormy years in Russian art.
George Martin, one of the best of British record makers, has just built the most up-to-date recording studio in the country. He gives Review a demonstration of the range of electronic and other sounds he can now produce.
Director (Art in Revolution):
Director (George Martin):
by Thomas Hardy
A second chance to see this dramatisation in six parts by Harry Green
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