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    I'd Do Anything

    I'd Do Anything

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    Watch as a group of Nancy hopefuls and Oliver wannabes vie for these important roles in the famed West End musical Oliver in the tradition of How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria and Any Dream Will Do. Comedian Graham Norton hosts.moreless
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    Sister Wendy

    Sister Wendy

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    Enjoy the musings and teachings of Sister Wendy Beckett, a nun and art enthusiast who has stirred up interest in the history of art -- even among those who avoid museums like the plague. This entertaining and enlightening collection of her programs spans the globe and the years as Sister Wendy shares her knowledge and passion for art and artists; her insight and whole-hearted enthusiasm are an alternative to the traditional study of art.moreless
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    British Academy of Film and Television Awards

    British Academy of Film and Television Awards

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    This annual awards ceremony, commonly referred to as the Baftas, celebrates the best of film and television with a special focus on British talent. The ceremony is often cited as Britain's equivalent to the Oscars. The BAFTAS were first awarded in 1947. The statue depicts a theatrical mask which was designed by American sculptor Mitzi Cunliffe and was commissioned by the Guild of Television Producers in 1955.moreless
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    Sister Wendy's Odyssey

    Sister Wendy's Odyssey

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    For her BBC1 television series, Sister Wendy Beckett temporarily left the seclusion of her caravan in the grounds of a Carmelite monastery to visit some of Britain's greatest art treasures. Encompassing her enthusiasm for paintings of all eras, from Van Dyck society portraits to Hockney nudes, her journey took her to stately homes, museums and galleries all over the country. In this book she visits Liverpool, Cambridge, Oxford, Wilton House, Birmingham and Edinburgh.moreless