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Cultural analyst Homi Bhabha reports from America's second city on life and people, architecture and attitudes. 3: Showing Attitude. The continuing rituals of gangland violence with which Chicago has traditionally been identified. Producer Zareer Masani. Rptd Sun 6.15pm
The Second World War turned a generation of young men and women into reluctant travellers, posted overseas in the service of their country. They tasted new cultures, visited the world's wonders and came home changed by their wartime travels. Producer Mary Ward Lowery
Wendy Austin reports from Washington on America's role in the Anglo-Irish peace process and talks to some of the women involved. Short story: Fiona Shaw reads Eating Women Is Not
Recommended, the second of three stories by Eilis Ni Dhuibhne. For details see yesterday
Louisa Buck explores art on the Internet and examines how artists and galleries are making use of new technology. Plus a look at Jamaican panto and the newly restored gardens of William III at Hampton Court. Producer Abigail Appleton
Bill Torrance and Edi Stark present a 12-part series taking a reflective look at gardens and the people who love them. This week includes a visit to the Royal Horticultural Society's flower show at Hampton Court Palace. A Tern production. Rptd Sun 9.00pm # See This Week: page 7
Roy's read the riot act.
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From Winterboume Earls, Wiltshire, with Andrew Foster , Controller of the Audit
Commission, joumalist Anthony Howard , Glenda Jackson MP and Nicholas Soames MP
, Armed Forces Minister.
Producer Nick Utechin. Rptd tomorrow 1.10pm
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