Nicknamed the 'Mozart of Modernism', Norman Foster is an artist, innovator and visionary. The internationally-renowned architect rose from working-class beginnings in Manchester through talent and dedication.
This documentary is the portrait of today's Westwood - the Woman, Artist, intellectual and activist. Vivienne Westwood is the English queen of fashion. She has been deconstructing and reinventing since 1970, driven by her hatred of convention. She is not a classical designer but a revolutionary. She has rekindled the spirit of the French Revolution with her corsets and bustles. Now Lady Westwood, she is still subversive and provocative today, just like the Punk movement she clothed in the '70s. We followed her for a year. "This is the whole point about designing clothes. It is made of thousands of decisions hundreds and hundreds in one collection. But it is made by all those thousands that you make in a lifetime as well," Westwood says. "If you are just starting to look at fashion it can look very very superficial. Especially if you are looking at fashion magazines or whatever, you just have to try to understand the world and then if you do then it gives you an anchor in life. And you can do fashion, even if you are bored by it. I used to be bored by it for about 15 years. I like it. I like it now, and I like it because I can make a story from it that to me inhabits a certain possible world."
For more than 70 years, Frank Lloyd Wright showed his countrymen new ways to build their homes and see the world around them. He created some of the most monumental, and some of the most intimate spaces in America. He designed everything: banks and resorts, office buildings and churches, a filling station and a synagogue, a beer garden and an art museum. From his first house to his final masterpiece, follow Frank Lloyd Wright's extraordinary career, his life, and 20th century American architecture.
Lisa and Darren dream of converting a coach house into a unique family home. Despite having no previous experience, Lisa plans to manage the entire project and build a kitchen from scratch. George Clarke is on hand to advise and support.
Clive and Jane dream of living in a Grade II listed windmill in Anglesey. Derelict since the 1920s, the windmill is situated on an island with picturesque views and fierce winds. But the build comes to a halt as personal tragedy strikes.