17/03/2009

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Presented by Mark Lawson.

The veteran American actor Robert Wagner had a long Hollywood career before take a starring role in the television hit Hart to Hart. Wagner discusses his new memoir 'Pieces of my Heart', where he writes for the first time about the death of his wife, Natalie Wood. He also talks about the incredible power of the Hollywood publicist and Cary Grant teaching him 'to breathe'.

The Victoria and Albert Museum opens its new Theatre and Performance galleries. Mark pays a debut visit accompanied by Olivier Award-winning actor Alex Jennings and West End theatre producer Nica Burns.

The life-story of Tom Driberg was sometimes hard to believe: a tabloid gossip-columnist, an influential left-wing MP, a devout churchgoer and a sexual risk-taker. At one point, he employed quiz-show host William G. Stewart as his secretary. Stewart talks to Mark about Tom Driberg And Me, a documentary he has made exploring the secret life of his former employer. So along with his other occupations, was Driberg a KGB spy?

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Tue 17 Mar 2009 19:15

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