War correspondent Janine di Giovanni discusses the photograph taken by Robert Capa that made him famous, as well as the women who loved him.
Five people select their favourite picture by Robert Capa, the father of photojournalism, and reflect on his life and work.
In the first essay, war correspondent Janine di Giovanni discusses the photograph of him which made Robert Capa famous, and the women who loved him throughout his career - from the actress Ingrid Bergman to fellow photojournalist Gerda Taro.
Producer: Brian McCluskey
A Whistledown production for BBC Radio 3
First broadcast in September 2013.
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