|03||Poland - Flower Power||19991110|
Ten years after the fall of communism in eastern Europe, five east Europeans tell their stories. 3: `Poland - Flower Power'. Rafal Kiepuszewski tells the story of the Poles' love affair with flowers - a love affair which defied Communism, created the country's first entrepreneurs and has now spawned a new fashion in balcony gardens.
|04||Czech Republic - Sexual Legacies||19991111|
Ten years after the fall of communism in Eastern Europe, five East Europeans tell their stories. 4: `Czech Republic - Sexual Legacies'. Before 1989 Czechoslovakia was known for being the most sexually liberated country in the Soviet bloc. Today Prague has become the sex capital of eastern Europe. Olga Szantova asks whether Czech sexual liberalism has gone too far.
|05||Romania - Kitchen Dramas||19991112|
Ten years after the fall of Communism in Eastern Europe, five East Europeans tell their stories. 5: `Romania - Kitchen Dramas'. Romania's dictator Nicolae Ceausescu either destroyed the gracious villas and art deco blocks that had made Bucharest famous as the PARIS of the Balkans, or he forced the owners to take in tenants of his choosing. Now former owners are fighting to reclaim and restore their property. Petru Clej tells the story of his family's house.
|199D||01||Hungary - Sporting Passions||19991108|
Ten years after the fall of communism in eastern Europe, five east Europeans tell their different stories.
1: `Hungary - Sporting Passions'.
Laszlo Szkodati charts the fortunes of Hungarian football through the story of one of its most famous clubs - MTK Budapest.