27/10/2009

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Michael Caine talks about what is wrong with modern Britain and how Jack Nicholson saved his career. Caine's new film Harry Brown sees him playing a retired marine who has a score to settle.

Philip Roth's latest novel depicts an ageing actor who is worried about losing his touch. Alex Clarke reviews.

Into the Storm, the sequel to the BAFTA and Emmy award-winning The Gathering Storm, portrays Winston Churchill's political and personal life through WWII. It stars Brendan Gleeson as Churchill. Political novelist and former deputy chairman of the Conservative Party Michael Dobbs discusses the accuracy of the characters' portrayal and the purpose of political drama.

As the documentary series Wonderland returns to BBC TV with a programme about the British in bed - featuring interviews conducted in bed - Front Row compiles a list of great duvet moments in culture.

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Tue 27 Oct 2009 19:15

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