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Arena is the BBC's multi award-winning arts strand. Founded in 1975, Arena continues to produce gold standard documentaries for the BBC and world service.
Documentary about the Tube, the world's oldest underground system, with its own unwritten rules of behaviour and protocol, and used by three million passengers every day.
An evocation of 1977 and of the spirit of Bob Marley's most significant album. It's a film about an artist and his world and the impact they had on each other.
Swedish TV producer Marie Nyrerod, broadcaster Melvyn Bragg and French film director Olivier Assayas talk about their meetings with Swedish film director Ingmar Bergman.
Documentary in which reclusive film director Ingmar Bergman talks about his career from his home on the desolate and mysterious Baltic island of Faro. He talks about the childhood that shaped him, of how the art of film was often a comfort to him, of love and death and of his worst demons.
Documentary. Ingmar Bergman, one of the world's most important and influential filmmakers, pays one final visit to Filmstaden, where many of his films were made.
Jazz singer and writer George Melly takes a nostalgic trip through front rooms and backstreets as he reminiscences about the influence of Dada and Surrealism on his early life.
A celebration of British cinema from the 1940s and 1950s. Extracts and stills showcase a wealth of forgotten and overlooked movies.
Documentary which goes behind the scenes at The Archers and follows the production team as they put together the 15,000th episode of the world's longest-running radio soap.
Meet the musicians who perform at Crewe's Limelight Club, where the spirit of rock is alive in the form of tribute acts to the likes of Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain.
Live performances by tribute bands such as Limehouse Lizzy, Are You Experienced, The Jamm and ABCD, at Crewe's Limelight Club.
Documentary about the American folk revival, the milieu from which the nascent Bob Dylan emerged in the early 1960s and whose crucible was the Newport folk festival.
Murray Lerner's documentary features Bob Dylan's performances at the Newport folk festival between 1963 and 1965 - the time when Dylan changed the music of the world.
A tribute to Liverpudlian comic Ken Dodd, in which he discusses his career and the influences of his comedy style. Features film clips of his early performances and footage of him on tour in more recent times.
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