The third instalment of a six-part series tracing British art from 1066 to the modem day.
My Wife, My Horse and Myself Today, Andrew Graham-Dixon explores art that depicts the world of the British aristocrat of the 18th century.
A documentary, directed by DA Pennebaker, Nick Doob and Chris Hegedus, and facilitated by film-makers the Coen brothers, of a reunion of some of the greatest names in bluegrass music at the Ryman theatre in Nashville. The stars featured include Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss. John Hartford and Ralph Stanley.
This programme features emerging talent in South Africa. The setting is a groundbreaking music festival in Stellenbosch, and includes young performers, coming mainly from the townships, in operas and musical theatre.
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