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Actress Samantha Bond explores the changing world of the secretary. With contributions from Baroness
Dean of Thornton-le-Fylde - formerly Trade Union leader of Sogat Brenda Dean - and Anneka Rice , top tips from the Secretary of the Year, and how male secretaries deal with office politics. Producer Gillian Gray
Film critic Mark Kermode presents a series in which eminent film-makers talk about their life's work.
In the final programme, Terry Gilliam, director of Brazil, The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, and Twelve Monkeys, talks about cartoons, Monty Python, and the madness of the studio system.
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