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Christopher Lee presents the story of film director and screenwriter Billy Wilder 's long career. With contributions from Jack Lemmon , Walter Matthau , Juliet Mills, Nancy Olsen , Clive Revill ,
Mel Shavelson and Wilder himself.
Producer Neil Rosser
Russell Davies presents a series celebrating the work of Cole Porter.
5: Why Can't You Behave? A look at the men in Porter's life, his unusual attitude to sex and marriage and how this influenced his work. With
George Melly , Don Black and Steve Ross.
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