It is one of the most famous names in British cinema, and now Ealing Studios is back with a remake of the classic, St Trinian's. The Money Programme's Libby Potter goes behind the scenes with stars Rupert Everett and Colin Firth, and follows the selling of the project at the Cannes film festival.
1/6. All aspects of colour in the garden are explored by Carol Klein. They include its use, development over the centuries and the ways planting have been influenced by innovators like Gertrude Jekyll and Christopher Lloyd. And she visits celebrated colour themed gardens like Sissinghurst and Great Dixter.
Producer David Leighton ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards
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Alan Titchmarsh 's garden jobs: page 36
He once pursued the sport of wildfowling but went on to become a world leader in the conservation movement. The son of Polar explorer Robert Scott , Peter was an acclaimed wildlife artist, sportsman and broadcaster. In the 1950s his wildlife programmes Look alerted millions to the dangers threatening wildlife. And his visits to Antarctica, so closely associated with his father, were to be a revelation. Producer Sarah Pitt : Executive producer David Parker
First shown on BBC4
9/13. Doves are dished up as David Mitchell , Andy Hamilton , John Sessions and Alan Davies deliberate on words starting with D for host Stephen Fry.
Director Ian Lorimer : Producer John Lloyd Stephen Fry 's big break: page 88
Hardeep Singh Kohli presents a round-table discussion of the week's cultural highlights.
Series producer Tanya Hudson
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