Gerry Anderson presents the last part of Christy Moore 's story. With contributions from Philip Chevron, Mary Coughlan , Donal Lunny and Moore himself and music from the last few years of Moore's career and his latest album, Graffiti Tongue. Producer John Leonard
A four-part biography of Lord
Attenborough in which his own account of his life is woven together with film excerpts and contributions from colleagues, actors, critics and friends. In the first programme, Attenborough takes listeners through the early years of his stardom from his first job to his acclaimed performance as the murderer Christie in 10 Rillington Place. Producer Susan Marling
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