3/5 Kenneth Tynan's passionate and entertaining campaign against theatre censorship.
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2/5 In May 1956, Kenneth Tynan writes an ecstatic review of John Osborne's Look Back in Anger.
1/5 Kenneth Tynan is barely 20 when he writes his first audacious reviews.
A charity event brings Daniel's story into the public eye.
Daniel's courage pays off after a year long volunteer programme.
As Daniel faces secondary school, he excels because of his extraordinary memory.
At four years old, Daniel suffered a life threatening epileptic seizure.
By Daniel Tammet. Daniel is almost unique among people with an autistic spectrum disorder.
5/5 The house is a kindergarten for Arab children in Israel. But terrorist attacks escalate.
4/5 Bashir is on trial for bombing a supermarket. Dalia inherits the house.
3/5 Bashir has been exiled to Ramallah, now occupied by Israel.
2/5 Dalia's parents choose to leave Bulgaria for the Promised Land.
1/5 Bashir was six when his family were expelled from their house in Ramla.
Welcome to the strange world of the 'aquamusical'.
There really is no escaping Barbra Streisand and the attractions of Yentl.
Men have an awkward relationship with musicals.
Drinking with Lemmy of Motorhead and the wonders of Yentl.
In the early years, as your tastes develop, it's all about Julie Andrews, isn' it?
The true story of Britain's most extraordinary double agent, as told by Ben Macintyre.