Joanna Lumley On Broadway

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01You've Got to Be Carefully Taught20110711

01You've Got To Be Carefully Taught20110711

Recent Broadway star and Tony Award nominee, Joanna Lumley, takes a historical, theatrical and musical journey down America's "Street of Dreams".

In programme one, You've Got To Be Carefully Taught, Joanna examines how Broadway's shows have responded to and mirrored changes in American society; adapting and thriving during political and cultural upheaval. From its roots in the immigrant community, to the birth of the Civil Rights movement and the horror of 9/11, Broadway has played its part in changing attitudes and breaking boundaries.

Interviewees in the three-part series include Hal Prince, Oscar Hammerstein III, Jim Dale, Joel Grey and the award-winning directors Michael Mayer and Julie Taymor.

Joanna Lumley examines how Broadway's shows have responded to a changing America.

01You've Got To Be Carefully Taught2011071120140106

Recent Broadway star and Tony Award nominee, Joanna Lumley, takes a historical, theatrical and musical journey down America's "Street of Dreams".

In programme one, You've Got To Be Carefully Taught, Joanna examines how Broadway's shows have responded to and mirrored changes in American society; adapting and thriving during political and cultural upheaval. From its roots in the immigrant community, to the birth of the Civil Rights movement and the horror of 9/11, Broadway has played its part in changing attitudes and breaking boundaries.

Interviewees in the three-part series include Hal Prince, Oscar Hammerstein III, Jim Dale, Joel Grey and the award-winning directors Michael Mayer and Julie Taymor.

Recent Broadway star and Tony Award nominee, Joanna Lumley, takes a historical, theatrical and musical journey down America's "Street of Dreams".

In programme one, You've Got To Be Carefully Taught, Joanna examines how Broadway's shows have responded to and mirrored changes in American society; adapting and thriving during political and cultural upheaval.

From its roots in the immigrant community, to the birth of the Civil Rights movement and the horror of 9/11, Broadway has played its part in changing attitudes and breaking boundaries.

Joanna Lumley examines how Broadway's shows have responded to a changing America.

01You've Got To Be Carefully Taught2011071120140106

Recent Broadway star and Tony Award nominee, Joanna Lumley, takes a historical, theatrical and musical journey down America's "Street of Dreams".

In programme one, You've Got To Be Carefully Taught, Joanna examines how Broadway's shows have responded to and mirrored changes in American society; adapting and thriving during political and cultural upheaval. From its roots in the immigrant community, to the birth of the Civil Rights movement and the horror of 9/11, Broadway has played its part in changing attitudes and breaking boundaries.

Interviewees in the three-part series include Hal Prince, Oscar Hammerstein III, Jim Dale, Joel Grey and the award-winning directors Michael Mayer and Julie Taymor.

Recent Broadway star and Tony Award nominee, Joanna Lumley, takes a historical, theatrical and musical journey down America's "Street of Dreams".

In programme one, You've Got To Be Carefully Taught, Joanna examines how Broadway's shows have responded to and mirrored changes in American society; adapting and thriving during political and cultural upheaval.

From its roots in the immigrant community, to the birth of the Civil Rights movement and the horror of 9/11, Broadway has played its part in changing attitudes and breaking boundaries.

Interviewees in the three-part series include Hal Prince, Oscar Hammerstein III, Jim Dale, Joel Grey and the award-winning directors Michael Mayer and Julie Taymor.

Joanna Lumley examines how Broadway's shows have responded to a changing America.

02A Buck or a Pound20110718

02A Buck Or A Pound20110718

Recent Broadway star and Tony Award nominee, Joanna Lumley, presents this series taking a historical, theatrical and musical journey down America's iconic Broadway.

In programme two, A Buck or a Pound, Joanna looks at how over the years Broadway has married creativity with enviable business acumen to become a mainstay of the American tourist industry.

She follows the money-makers, from Ziegfeld and his Follies, to the dominant years of Rodgers and Hammerstein. Beyond this, Broadway re-established itself as the "Street of Dreams" through the hugely successful Lloyd Webber/Cameron Mackintosh "takeover" of the 80s and 90s and into the "jukebox musical" era of the noughties and to the present.

Joanna Lumley looks at how Broadway has become a mainstay of the US tourist industry.

02A Buck Or A Pound2011071820140113

Recent Broadway star and Tony Award nominee, Joanna Lumley, presents this series taking a historical, theatrical and musical journey down America's iconic Broadway.

In programme two, A Buck or a Pound, Joanna looks at how over the years Broadway has married creativity with enviable business acumen to become a mainstay of the American tourist industry.

She follows the money-makers, from Ziegfeld and his Follies, to the dominant years of Rodgers and Hammerstein. Beyond this, Broadway re-established itself as the "Street of Dreams" through the hugely successful Lloyd Webber/Cameron Mackintosh "takeover" of the 80s and 90s and into the "jukebox musical" era of the noughties and to the present.

She follows the money-makers, from Ziegfeld and his Follies, to the dominant years of Rodgers and Hammerstein.

Beyond this, Broadway re-established itself as the "Street of Dreams" through the hugely successful Lloyd Webber/Cameron Mackintosh "takeover" of the 80s and 90s and into the "jukebox musical" era of the noughties and to the present.

Joanna Lumley looks at how Broadway has become a mainstay of the US tourist industry.

02A Buck Or A Pound2011071820140113

Recent Broadway star and Tony Award nominee, Joanna Lumley, presents this series taking a historical, theatrical and musical journey down America's iconic Broadway.

In programme two, A Buck or a Pound, Joanna looks at how over the years Broadway has married creativity with enviable business acumen to become a mainstay of the American tourist industry.

She follows the money-makers, from Ziegfeld and his Follies, to the dominant years of Rodgers and Hammerstein. Beyond this, Broadway re-established itself as the "Street of Dreams" through the hugely successful Lloyd Webber/Cameron Mackintosh "takeover" of the 80s and 90s and into the "jukebox musical" era of the noughties and to the present.

Recent Broadway star and Tony Award nominee, Joanna Lumley, presents this series taking a historical, theatrical and musical journey down America's iconic Broadway.

In programme two, A Buck or a Pound, Joanna looks at how over the years Broadway has married creativity with enviable business acumen to become a mainstay of the American tourist industry.

She follows the money-makers, from Ziegfeld and his Follies, to the dominant years of Rodgers and Hammerstein.

Beyond this, Broadway re-established itself as the "Street of Dreams" through the hugely successful Lloyd Webber/Cameron Mackintosh "takeover" of the 80s and 90s and into the "jukebox musical" era of the noughties and to the present.

Joanna Lumley looks at how Broadway has become a mainstay of the US tourist industry.

03Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better20110725
03Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better20110725

03 LASTAnything You Can Do, I Can Do Better20110725

Recent Broadway star and Tony Award nominee, Joanna Lumley, presents this series taking a historical, theatrical and musical journey down America's iconic Broadway.

In the final programme of the series, Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better, Joanna looks at the great icons of Broadway and their paths to fame and fortune on the aptly named "Street of Dreams".

She reflects on the extraordinary journeys of George M Cohan, Irving Berlin and others, and examines the long running tussle between Broadway and Hollywood for the brightest talents.

And she gets some wry reflections on Broadway's version of the Oscars - the coveted Tony Awards.

Joanna Lumley looks at the great icons of Broadway and their paths to fame and fortune.

03 LASTAnything You Can Do, I Can Do Better20110725

Recent Broadway star and Tony Award nominee, Joanna Lumley, presents this series taking a historical, theatrical and musical journey down America's iconic Broadway.

In the final programme of the series, Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better, Joanna looks at the great icons of Broadway and their paths to fame and fortune on the aptly named "Street of Dreams".

She reflects on the extraordinary journeys of George M Cohan, Irving Berlin and others, and examines the long running tussle between Broadway and Hollywood for the brightest talents.

And she gets some wry reflections on Broadway's version of the Oscars - the coveted Tony Awards.

Joanna Lumley looks at the great icons of Broadway and their paths to fame and fortune.

03 LASTAnything You Can Do, I Can Do Better2011072520140120

03 LASTAnything You Can Do, I Can Do Better2011072520140120

Recent Broadway star and Tony Award nominee, Joanna Lumley, presents this series taking a historical, theatrical and musical journey down America's iconic Broadway.

In the final programme of the series, Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better, Joanna looks at the great icons of Broadway and their paths to fame and fortune on the aptly named "Street of Dreams".

She reflects on the extraordinary journeys of George M Cohan, Irving Berlin and others, and examines the long running tussle between Broadway and Hollywood for the brightest talents.

And she gets some wry reflections on Broadway's version of the Oscars - the coveted Tony Awards.

03 LASTAnything You Can Do, I Can Do Better2011072520140120

Recent Broadway star and Tony Award nominee, Joanna Lumley, presents this series taking a historical, theatrical and musical journey down America's iconic Broadway.

In the final programme of the series, Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better, Joanna looks at the great icons of Broadway and their paths to fame and fortune on the aptly named "Street of Dreams".

She reflects on the extraordinary journeys of George M Cohan, Irving Berlin and others, and examines the long running tussle between Broadway and Hollywood for the brightest talents.

And she gets some wry reflections on Broadway's version of the Oscars - the coveted Tony Awards.

03 LASTAnything You Can Do, I Can Do Better2011072520140120

Recent Broadway star and Tony Award nominee, Joanna Lumley, presents this series taking a historical, theatrical and musical journey down America's iconic Broadway.

In the final programme of the series, Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better, Joanna looks at the great icons of Broadway and their paths to fame and fortune on the aptly named "Street of Dreams".

She reflects on the extraordinary journeys of George M Cohan, Irving Berlin and others, and examines the long running tussle between Broadway and Hollywood for the brightest talents.

And she gets some wry reflections on Broadway's version of the Oscars - the coveted Tony Awards.

Recent Broadway star and Tony Award nominee, Joanna Lumley, presents this series taking a historical, theatrical and musical journey down America's iconic Broadway.

In the final programme of the series, Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better, Joanna looks at the great icons of Broadway and their paths to fame and fortune on the aptly named "Street of Dreams".

She reflects on the extraordinary journeys of George M Cohan, Irving Berlin and others, and examines the long running tussle between Broadway and Hollywood for the brightest talents.

And she gets some wry reflections on Broadway's version of the Oscars - the coveted Tony Awards.

Joanna Lumley looks at the great icons of Broadway and their paths to fame and fortune.