Osmo Vanska's final Proms appearance as chief conductor of the BBC
Scottish Symphony Orchestra as they tackle Sibelius's Tapiola, Mozart's Piano Concerto No 23, with soloist Stephen Hough, and Nielsen's Fourth Symphony (The Inextinguishable). Introduced by Charles Hazlewood.
Starting a rerun of the series examining Hitler's rise to power. By January 1933, Germany had voted for a Chancellor openly opposed to democracy.
11.20 A look at the Nazis' chaotic rule of Germany in the 1930s, and at ordinary Germans' support for the infamous Gestapo.
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