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New series Professor Christopher Frayl ing presents a seven-part series on the way history has been portrayed on the big screen. The West as America. The historical period of the American frontier has inspired more movies than any other era. Director Fred Zinnemann discusses
High Noon, seen as an allegory of the McCarthy era; Mario Van Peebles talks about Posse, his 1980s western that puts the black cowboy centre stage; and Jim Jarmusch discusses his new western starring Johnny Depp. Producer Louise Swan
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a topical discussion in Brixham, Devon, with guests, Tony Baldry MP, Minister of State at the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food; Tony Banks MP: Polly Toynbee , associate editor of the Independent, and historian Andrew Roberts.
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As the "Africa 95 " arts season showcases two ground-breaking exhibitions of African art - one at The Royal
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