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A series featuring a variety of musical works.
May 17, 2003
Interviews with the subjects of photographer Helmut Newton.
May 2, 2003
Profiling photographer Ansel Adams, best known for his black-and-white photos of American landscapes.
April 24, 2003
Following the evolving work of painter Gershon Iskowitz.
A profile of Canadian painter John Angel.
April 17, 2003
A look at the life of painter Avigdor Arikha includes his childhood experience in a concentration camp and his adult life in Paris, where he became friends with playwright Samuel Beckett and photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson.
April 3, 2003
Exploring Mount Rushmore and the man behind its creation, Gutzon Borglum.
March 27, 2003
A look at the life and career of author Virginia Woolf.
March 21, 2003
Exploring the question of who wrote Shakespeare's plays. Suspects include Christopher Marlowe, an Elizabethan playwright.
February 27, 2003
Profiling the work of sculptor Christo Javacheff, known for wrapping large structures in fabric.
February 20, 2003
Profiled: composer-conductor Igor Stravinsky.
February 13, 2003
A look at the life and career of author-composer Paul Bowles.
February 6, 2003
Profiling Swiss-born sculptor Alberto Giacometti.
January 30, 2003
Profiling eccentric painter Jackson Pollock. Included: archival footage of the artist at work and interviews with his wife.
January 23, 2003
Brushing up on Spanish painter Francisco de Goya.
January 16, 2003
Canadian photographer Arnaud Maggs is profiled.
January 3, 2003
Excerpts from experimental films are accompanied by interviews with the filmmakers. Included: Cathy Daley's “Little Black Dress” and Charles Officer's “When Morning Comes.”
November 22, 2002
A look at Marilyn Monroe's efforts to be taken seriously as an actress, including her lessons from Lee Strasberg and her work starting her own production company.
November 8, 2002
Profiling British portraitist Anthony Van Dyck.
October 27, 2002
The Berlin Philharmonic performs works by Beethoven, Liszt, Wagner and Mussorgsky. Conducted by Daniel Barenboim and Herbert von Karajan.
October 24, 2002
An interpretation of some of the well-known songs of Rough Trade's Carole Pope and Kevan Staples on stage at Toronto's Buddies in Bad Times Theater. Also: Pope and Staples talk about their music.
October 20, 2002
Presentations of Bach at an Austrian Benedictine monastery. Also: Mozart performances by the Vienna Court Music Ensemble and the Vienna Boys Choir.
October 18, 2002
Tracing the career of jazz pianist Oscar Peterson, beginning with his roots in Montreal.
October 4, 2002
Spotlighted: Sam C. Phillips' Sun Records
September 27, 2002
Examining the work of obscure folk-rock singer Nick Drake, who died at the age of 26.
September 13, 2002
An autobiographical story of sexual and cultural identity.
“Letters from Home.”
A vignette on coming of age and cultural identity.
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