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: BBC4 News and Weather

With George Alagiah.

Contributors

Unknown: George Alagiah.

: BBC Proms 2002

Charles Hazlewood introduces another in the series of traditional summer concerts from the Royal Albert Hall. The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra perform Hans Werner Henze's Fandango, Beethoven's Piano Concerto No 3 in C Minor with soloist Paul Lewis, and Symphony No 4 in F Minor by Ralph Vaughan Williams. The conductor's stand is taken by Paul Daniel.

Contributors

Introduces: Charles Hazlewood
Unknown: Hans Werner
Soloist: Paul Lewis
Unknown: Ralph Vaughan Williams.
Unknown: Paul Daniel.

: BBC Proms 2002

The King's singers - tenor Paul Phoenix, counter-tenors Robin Tyson and David Hurley, baritones Gabriel Crouch and Philip Lawson, and bass Stephen Connolly - perform a unique blend of ancient and modem madrigals. Interspersed with songs from The Triumphs of Oriana - a 1601 collection in praise of Queen Elizabeth I - are seven new madrigals which have been specially commissioned from leading British composers and poets to mark the Queen's Golden Jubilee.
The concert is preceded by a film about the modern-day collaborations, and a conversation between Charles Hazlewood and some of those involved in the project.

Contributors

Tenor: Paul Phoenix
Unknown: Robin Tyson
Baritones: David Hurley
Baritones: Gabriel Crouch
Baritones: Philip Lawson
Bass: Stephen Connolly
Unknown: Charles Hazlewood

: Jatinder Verma - Profile

Radio 4's Razia Iqbal profiles Jatinder Verma, who set up the Tara Arts theatre company 25 years ago in response to the murder of a Kenyan Asian in Southall, west London.

Contributors

Unknown: Razia Iqbal
Unknown: Jatinder Verma

: As 7.30pm.

: As 9.30pm.









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