Four programmes in which the BBC's Paris correspondent Kevin Connolly examines French attitudes towards food. 2: The Bread War. A despatch from the key battleground in the modern French food debate. roducer Tony Grant
Seated Sunday 6.15pm
Three programmes looking at the fascination France holds for British and American writers.
2: A Moveable Feast. Peter Lennon looks at some of the writers who have fallen in love with Paris during the 20th century. Producer Sara Davies
Andrew Jefford visits some of the grid's steepest vineyards in the MOsel, samples the region's famous Ice wine, and finds out what the Germans are doing to rebuild the reputation of their wine industry.
Producer Lucinda Montefiore repeated Sunday 8.00pm
Leo Tolstoy 's epic novel, dramatised in ten parts by Marcy Kahan and Mike Walker. Part 6. with Sean Baker , Sam Collings.
Rachel Atkins. David Brooks and Christopher Wright Music by Neil Brand. Director Janet Whitaker Repeated from Sunday 28 December 2.30pm
Old Prince Bolkonsky:
Hayley puts her foot in it. Written by Mary Cutler
Director David Ian Neville
Editor Vanessa Whitbum
Repeated Monday 1.40pm For cast list see Boxing Day
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Chris Serle presents extracts from the past week's BBC radio and television. Producer Chris Eldon Lee Repeated Sunday 3.30pm
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Adventures in Motion Pictures - a Short History of Dance
When Adam Cooper and his fellow male dancers interpreted Swan Lake for the late 20th century, audiences knew the ballet would never be the same again. The company, Adventures in Motion Pictures, led by Matthew Bourne , is currently staging Cinderella, and has worked on dance for ten years. Repeated from Saturday 27 December
The last of Steward Permutt 's bittersweet comedies presenting the views of the world of four very different women. Dora.
Lesley Joseph re-creates her stage role as Dora, a "person of restricted growth" whose performances are under threat. Repeat
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