Second in a three-part dramatisation of Finlay J MacDonald's trilogy about Hebridean life in the early part of the last century. A marriage celebration is marred by memories of the Great War. In Gaelic with English subtitles.
A recording of last year's UK premiere of three works by the American composer Philip Glass, from the Barbican Hall in London. Marin Alsop conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra in a performance of Concerto Fantasy for Two Timpanists and Orchestra and Glass's second and third symphonies.
First in Bragg's three-part series, exploring the evolution of capitalism, assesses the 20th-century battle of ideologies that precipitated the Cold War. With Scott Lucas, Steven Lukes, Mary Fulbrook and Salman Sayyid.
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