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Highlights from Minneapolis
In June, Radio 3 visited Minneapolis-St Paul in Minnesota for a live weekend of programmes reflecting the American Midwest state. John Drummond presents highlights from the weekend including at:
8.05 Dmitri Mitropoulos conducts the Minneapolis SO in Vaughan
Williams's Tallis
Fantasia (Mono: 1945)
8.25 Brendan Gill on the architectural highlights of Summit Avenue.
9.35 Alastair Cooke recalls his experiences in the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.
9.45 The Democratic
Tradition: John Tusa looks at the Democratic
Party's prospects in Minnesota, once a heartland state.
10.30 Table Talk
Christopher Cook goes in search of Betty Crocker.
10.50 John Adams 's
Harmonium performed by the Minnesota Chorale and Orchestra/Edo de Waart.


Unknown: John Drummond
Unknown: Dmitri Mitropoulos
Unknown: Brendan Gill
Unknown: Alastair Cooke
Unknown: Mayo Clinic
Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Christopher Cook
Unknown: Betty Crocker.
Unknown: John Adams

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BBC Radio 3, 30 December 1991 19.50

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