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A brand new documentary strand comes to ITV1, bringing together powerful stories and a unique insight into various subjects from a range of individual sources. Perspectives encompasses single factual films from a variety of film-makers and, on occasion, presenters, who delve deeper into the stories they are passionate about.
|S01E01||Looking for Lowry||24/04/2011||Ian McKellen joins Noel Gallagher and a host of friends, acquaintances and admirers of acclaimed painter LS Lowry to explore the life and legacy of the popular artist.|
|S01E02||A Passion for the Pre-Raphaelites||01/05/2011||Theatre impresario Andrew Lloyd Webber reveals his passion for the Pre-Raphaelites as he looks at examples of work from this special and prolific group of artists.|
|S01E03||The Pitmen Painters||08/05/2011||Robson Green returns to his roots to tell the story of a group of 1930s pitmen who joined an art appreciation class and subsequently became celebrated artists.|
|S01E04||Hugh Laurie: Down by the River||15/05/2011||House star Hugh Laurie travels to New Orleans to explore the roots of the sounds that inspire his passion for music, as he records his own blues and jazz album.|
|S02E01||David Suchet - People I Have Shot||25/03/2012||David Suchet follows in the footsteps of his grandfather, the famous Fleet Street photographer Jimmy Jarche, in a quest to capture on camera how Britain has changed in the past century. Talented amateur photographer David is sent on assignments across Britain to experience what it is like to be a press photographer. He shoots similar subjects to those his grandfather found, a task that involves tracking down unknown Welsh mining villages and taking pictures of the miners and their families. He experiences what it is like to be a war photographer when he photographs a training exercise with the British Army and feels the pressure of the paparazzi as he takes pictures of David Cameron and the Queen. SUB|
|S02E02||Lenny Henry: Finding Shakespeare||01/04/2012||Lenny Henry tells how he fell in love with Shakespeare and how, once he broke through the language barrier, the experiences and emotions Shakespeare wrote about spoke to him.|
|S02E03||Sergeant on Spike - Father of British Comedy||08/04/2012||John Sergeant presents a personal film about his childhood hero and lifelong inspiration - Spike Milligan. With contributions from Michael Palin, Eddie Izzard and many more.|
|S02E04||David Walliams - The Genius of Dahl||22/04/2012||David Walliams explores the storytelling of Roald Dahl, one of the world's most successful children's authors. With contributions from Quentin Blake, Joanna Lumley and others.|
|S02E05||Griff Rhys Jones on Wind in the Willows||29/04/2012||Griff Rhys Jones explores the history of the book and the life of its author, Kenneth Grahame, and uncovers the sometimes dark and ultimately sad tale of the book's creation.|
|S03E01||David Suchet: The Mystery of Agatha Christie||18/03/2013||David Suchet finds out what gave Christie's stories worldwide appeal and why characters such as Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple captured the imagination of so many devotees.|
|S03E02||Warwick Davis - The Seven Dwarfs of Auschwitz||24/03/2013||Actor Warwick Davis explores the miraculous survival story of the Ovitz family - ten Jewish brothers and sisters from Romania, seven of whom were born with dwarfism. Their musical group The Lilliput Troupe toured Eastern Europe during the 1930s and 1940s, managing to elude Nazi persecution of Jews until 1944 when they were deported to the Auschwitz concentration camp. The family underwent horrific experiments but lived to see the liberation of Auschwitz, spending several months returning to their home on foot. Warwick heads to the small Transylvania village where the five sisters and two brothers were born, their incredible yet poignant story prompting him to reflect on his own experiences as a dwarf actor and entertainer.|
|S03E03||Sheila Hancock - The Brilliant Bronte Sisters||31/03/2013||Sheila Hancock sets out to discover what inspired the Bronte sisters to write such epic novels seemingly worlds apart from their own lives.|
|S03E04||Michael Portillo on Picasso||07/04/2013||Former minister Michael Portillo examines the life and work of Pablo Picasso and reveals how his love of Picasso's art was influenced by his own father, a Spanish republican exile.|
|S03E05||Paul O’Grady: Gypsy Rose Lee - the Queen of Burlesque||14/04/2013||Paul O'Grady reveals the effect that a legendary striptease artist had on him as he explores the life of the queen of American burlesque, Gypsy Rose Lee.|
|S03E06||Jonathan Ross: Alfred Hitchcock - Made in Britain||21/04/2013||Jonathan Ross examines the life and career of the most celebrated director in the history of cinema, Sir Alfred Hitchcock, in a quest for the British roots of his unique style.|
|S03E07||Hugh Laurie - Copper Bottom Blues||05/05/2013||Hugh Laurie makes a pilgrimage across America to explore the country's blues music, before playing a concert in homage to his musical hero, Professor Longhair.|