Call number: V-270


The Russian Revolution in Colour
Part. 1. Freedom and Hope
[History documentary about the Russian Revolution as the storming of the Winter Palace, the death of the Tsar and his family, the insurgency and the ensuing civil war are all shown in colour for the first time.]
Executive Producer Alan Clements
Produced and Directed by Ian Lilley

60 minutes, starts 2 minutes into tape
Five, 22 March 2005

AND

The Russian Revolution in Colour
Part. 2. Fear and Paranoia
[This concluding programme shows how the Kronstadt sailors' loyalty helped defend the revolution in its first few years and how their brutal defeat killed the last ray of hope for a more just society.]
Executive Producer Alan Clements
Produced and Directed by Ian Lilley

60 minutes
Five, 29 March 2005

AND
2 minutes of irrelevance

AND

Constantin Brancusi: The Monk of Modernism
[Known as the 'high priest of Modernism', Constantin Brancusi was a Romanian sculptor, whose work sent shockwaves through the art world in the 1920s.]
Series Producer Mark Bell
Directed and Edited by Louise Hooper

30 minutes
BBC4, 10 March 2004

Source: Five, 22 and 29 March 2005; BBC4 10 March 2004
System: Pal


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