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John Dunn presents a six-part series exploring great British achievements of the past century - stories of national pride and personal triumph against the odds.
5: To the Ends of the Earth.
This programme celebrates Shackleton, Scott, Ranulph Fiennes , Francis Chichester and Tracey Edwards.
* Roland White : Review, page 125
Courtney Pine presents a six-part series charting the development of jazz this century. In this last programme he gives his view of contemporary jazz, and plays the music of Weather Report, Stanley Clarke and Donald Byrd.
Producer John Sugar
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