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Winter 2013

Episode 5: Hitler, the Tiger and Me

Duration: 1 hour, 10 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One HDLatest broadcast: on BBC One HD

Documentary telling the story of Judith Kerr, creator of well-loved children's books including Mog and The Tiger Who Came to Tea. Now 90, she revisits her childhood home of Berlin. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Alan Yentob
Participant:
Judith Kerr
Participant:
Lauren Child
Participant:
Michael Morpurgo
Participant:
Michael Rosen
Producer:
Jill Nicholls
Director:
Jill Nicholls
Series Editor:
Alan Yentob

Woman's Hour

Nigeria; Introducing new siblings; Tom Kerridge

Duration: 58 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 FMLatest broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 FM

Available for over a year

Jenni Murray and guests discuss children and armed conflict in Nigeria. Plus introducing a new sibling to the family, and Tom Kerridge cooks the perfect Barnsley chop. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Jenni Murray
Interviewed Guest:
Lauren Child
Interviewed Guest:
Alison Pike
Interviewed Guest:
Janine Morna
Interviewed Guest:
Saudatu Mahdi
Interviewed Guest:
Tom Kerridge
Interviewed Guest:
Han‐Na Chang

Woman's Hour

Weekend Woman's Hour: Han-Na Chang; Tom Kerridge; Jeanette Winterson

Duration: 58 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 FMLatest broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 FM

Available for over a year

Han-Na Chang on her conducting debut at the Proms, chef Tom Kerridge cooks the perfect Barnsley chop, and Jeanette Winterson on the impact of Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Jane Garvey
Interviewed Guest:
Zlakha Ahmed
Interviewed Guest:
Sara Khan
Interviewed Guest:
Han‐Na Chang
Interviewed Guest:
Suzy Miller
Interviewed Guest:
Daisy Buchanan
Interviewed Guest:
Laura Bates
Interviewed Guest:
Rosamund Urwin
Interviewed Guest:
Jeanette Winterson
Interviewed Guest:
Lauren Child
Interviewed Guest:
Alison Pike
Interviewed Guest:
Tom Kerridge

Duration: 59 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two EnglandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two England

With readings by Hugh Bonneville, animation and contributions from celebrity fans, this film looks at the beloved character of Paddington and tells the story of his unassuming creator Michael Bond. Show more

Contributors

Executive Producer:
Richard Bright
Producer:
Eric Haynes
Interviewed Guest:
Jeremy Clarkson
Interviewed Guest:
Bernard Cribbins
Editor:
Gary Scott
Interviewed Guest:
Konnie Huq
Assistant Producer:
Louise Arthur
Interviewed Guest:
Heston Blumenthal
Production Manager:
Claire McCluskey
Interviewed Guest:
Valerie Singleton
Production Coordinator:
Susan Scott
Interviewed Guest:
Lauren Child
Animator:
Ross Hogg
Interviewed Guest:
Paul King
Interviewed Guest:
Stephen Fry
Interviewed Guest:
Simon Farnaby
Interviewed Guest:
Rosie Alison
Interviewed Guest:
Karen Jankel
Interviewed Guest:
Sue Bond
Interviewed Guest:
Brenda Bond
Interviewed Guest:
Tobago Cursoe
Interviewed Guest:
Peter Joseph
Interviewed Guest:
Barry Macey
Interviewed Guest:
Lucy Edwards
Director:
Eric Haynes

Secret Knowledge

The Private Life of a Dolls' House

Duration: 29 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC FourLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

Lauren Child explores the history of dolls' houses, speaks to craftspeople who create perfect miniatures and meets collectors willing to pay big money for tiny objects of desire. Show more

Front Row

Artist Grayson Perry, Baileys winner, Helen Dunmore's final poem, new Children's Laureate

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 FMLatest broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 FM

Available for over a year

Grayson Perry discusses his show, an interview with the Baileys prize-winner, Samantha Bond reads Helen Dunmore's final poem, plus the new Children's Laureate reveals her plans. Show more

Contributors

Interviewed Guest:
Grayson Perry
Interviewed Guest:
Samantha Bond
Interviewed Guest:
Lauren Child
Interviewed Guest:
Annabel Turpin
Interviewed Guest:
Jane Donald
Presenter:
John Wilson