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Quincy Jones, Noel Clarke, Timbuktu cultural war crimes

John Wilson talks to music legend Quincy Jones ahead of his BBC Prom. Noel Clarke on the final instalment of his British crime film trilogy, Brotherhood.

John Wilson talks to music legend Quincy Jones ahead of his BBC Prom.

Bafta-winner Noel Clarke on the final instalment of his British crime film trilogy, Brotherhood.

Why the International Criminal Court has brought a landmark case against an Islamic militant who admits destroying cultural sites in the ancient city of Timbuktu.

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30 minutes

Chapters

  • Quincy Jones

    Duration: 11:54

  • The destruction of ancient sites in Timbuktu

    Duration: 05:48

  • Noel Clarke

    Duration: 09:35

  • Toots Thielemans

    Duration: 00:35

Quincy Jones

Quincy Jones
The Quincy Jones Prom will be performed at the Royal Albert Hall on Monday 22 August at 7.30pm.

Noel Clarke

Noel Clarke
Brotherhood directed by Noel Clarke is in cinemas from Friday 2 September, certificate 15.

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Presenter John Wilson
Interviewed Guest Quincy Jones
Interviewed Guest Noel Clarke

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