One of the most important musical finds of our time was unearthed in Yorkshire in 2001. But was Mozart's adaptation of Handel's "Judas Maccabaeus" what it appeared - and, if so, why was it gathering dust in a public library? Stephen Fry narrates the extraordinary tale of the manuscript's journey from Vienna to Halifax. Music by the Halifax Choral Society and the North of England Chamber Orchestra, conducted by John Pryce Jones.
North of England Chamber
Francis Ford Coppola's psychological thriller starring Gene Hackman. Harry Caul is a wire-tapper and spy for hire. He is also obsessed by his work and privacy. After a job in San Francisco, he believes a couple are to be murdered - but becomes embroiled in a mystery even more complex than he anticipates. Review: pp 47-57 (Sun)
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