James Fox gives us a tour around three of the world's most inspirational cities at three of their most exceptional years. In the last episode of the series tonight, he looks at the story of New York in 1951. A time when Jackson Pollock brought a new dynamism to American painting, and the dazzling jazz style known as bebop hit its stride. Jack Kerouac also defined the 'beat generation' with his book On the Road, and a young Marlon Brando took the cinema by storm. As Alicia Keyes would say 'New York... Concrete Jungle where dreams are made of'. As Tina Fey would say; "concrete bunghole where dreams are made up". We'll let you decide!