Louisa Buck makes her pick of the new art exhibitions, including the sculptures inspired by the Natural History Museum, and previews Diary of a Madman on Radio 4 on Sunday. Producer Mike Greenwood
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This week's panel includes:
Martin O'Neill , MP, Labour Party Defence
Spokesman; Sir Anthony Parsons , former British Ambassador to Iran; and the Rt Hon
William Waldegrave , MP, Secretary of State for Health.
From Bratton Clovelly in Devon. Chairman
Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Anna Carragher
Living History Ben Kingsley and Charlton Heston have an acting experience in common. Both have played real people -
Gandhi and, from a bit further back, Moses.
Nigel Andrews finds out how close actors get or want to get to the actual person - in voice, appearance or manner, talking also to
Rod Steiger (Napoleon), Alec Guinness (Hitler), and Dudley Moore (who turned down Mozart).
Producer Nicki Paxman. Stereo
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